Grand National Ladies Day: A day for the Ladies at the Grand National!

Ladies attending the Friday will be dressed to the nines and there will be some dazzling fashion on show. Ladies Day Grand National 2022 is set to be the most well attended day of the meeting and there is even a ‘Style award’ for the best-dressed lady in attendance.

Ladies Day Grand National 2022

The 2022 Grand National is almost upon us. The big race is on the 9th of April but before this, there are two action-packed days of racing. The second day of the meeting has become known as Grand National Ladies Day. It’s a fantastic day where the great action on the track meets the glitz and glam off it.

With up to 45,000 fans in attendance, ladies’ day Grand National 2022 looks set to be a fantastic day both on and off the track.

Grand National Ladies Day: Dress Code

The entire meeting is centered around fun and unlike meetings like Royal Ascot, there isn’t a dress code for Ladies Day Grand National 2022. The idea is to come dressed in style, outfits can be colorful and it’s a great occasion to dress up.

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Grand National Ladies Day: Tickets

Ladies Day Grand National will be one of the hottest tickets in town and tickets could still be available for certain parts of the course. Tickets are priced at a range of prices with tickets starting from £53.

Ladies Day Grand National: An action-packed day of racing

As well as being a superbly attended day of racing Ladies Day Grand National 2022 will see seven races take place.

The action starts at 13:40 with the Grade 3 Alder Hey Handicap Hurdle and will conclude at 17:15 with the Grade 2 Weatherbys Champion Standard Open.

The racing highlight of the day has to be The Doom Bar Sefton Novice Hurdle which is the only Grade 1 of the day. It is run over a distance of just over three miles and looks set to be another top-class renewal.

Ladies Day Grand National: Sefton Novices Hurdle

To crown off what is bound to be a superb Grand National Ladies Day is the only Grade 1 of the day which is the Sefton Novice Hurdle. The Sefton will see the winner take home £100,000 and it has proved to be a great breeding ground for future top-class horses.

Last year’s winner was Ahoy Senior who this year followed up at the Cheltenham Festival by narrowly coming second in the Brown Advisory Plate. Previous winners such as Champ and Santini have competed at the very top.

The market for the race is due to be loaded with top classes from both the UK and Ireland and the crowd in attendance for Grand National Ladies Day will be hoping to cheer in a winner.