Grand National Charity Bets



For last years Grand National we offered a number of horse racing trainers and personalities a charity bet on the race.

We raised a total of £875 for the Injured Jockeys Fund.

Why the Injured Jockeys Fund?


The Injured Jockeys Fund was set up in 1964 following the falls of Tim Brookshaw, and then Paddy Farrell in the 1964 Grand National. To find out more about the Injured Jockeys fund, the great work they do and to donate yourself please visit here

2016 Charity Bets

The 2016 Charity Bets are listed below. Check out our Grand National Runners page for a full list of horses set to run in the 2017 race.

All of the following went for Many Clouds Oliver Sherwood £50 win, Kim Bailey £50 win, Philip Hobbs £50 win, The Daily Express £50 win, Warwick Racecourse £50 win

David Pipe and Julie Collier from Sky Sports and igamingbusiness.com picked Silviniaco Conti £50 win

Jonjo ONeill had £25 win, Guardian.com had £25 each-way and UnrealityTV.co.uk have had £50 win on Shutthefrontdoor

Jonjo ONeill also had £25 win on Holywell

Gloucestershireecho.co.uk selected The Last Samuri £25 each-way

Simon Peach Press Association Football Writer £50 win, Wetherbyracing.co.uk£50 win, Chris Cook of The Guardian £25

Sandown Racecourse £25 each way Unioniste

Ed Malyon £50 win Ballynagour

Thoroughbreddailynews.com had £25 each way Soll

The Daily Mail £50 win Morning Assembly

Huge thanks to everyone who took part.

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