The racing at Aintree Racecourse begins with the opening day on Thursday April 6 and ends with Grand National Day on Saturday April 8.
Seven races will be held every day starting at 1.40pm BST. The all important Grand National race will be at 5.15pm on the final day.
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The Grand National at Aintree promises three days of exhilarating horse races
Day one: Liverpool Day on Thursday April 6
13.40 – Manifesto Novices' Chase
14.15 – Anniversary 4-Y-O Novices' Hurdle
14.50 – Betfred Bowl
15.25 – Doom Bar Aintree Hurdle
16.05 – Crabbie's Fox Hunters Chase
16.40 – Red Rum Chase
17.15 – Mares Standard Open
The Grand National starts every day at 1.40pm GMT and is aired on ITV
Day two: Ladies’ Day on Friday April 7
13.40 – Alder Hey Handicap Hurdle
14.15 – Aintree Top Novices' Hurdle
14.50 – Mildmay Novices' Chase
15.25 – Melling Chase
16.05 – Crabbie's Topham Chase
16.40 – Sefton Novices' Hurdle
17.15 – Champion Open Flat Race
The Grand National race is the biggest and most important race of the whole event
Day three: Grand National Day on Saturday April 8
13.40 – Aintree Handicap Hurdle
14.25 – Mersey Novices' Hurdle
15.00 – Maghull Novices' Chase
15.40 – Liverpool Hurdle
16.20 – Betfred Handicap Chase
17.15 – Grand National
18.10 – Conditional Handicap Hurdle
Rule The World wins the 2016 Grand National
Sat, April 9, 2016
Express Sport brings you all the best pictures as Rule The World wins the 2016 Crabbie's Grand National
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David Mullins riding Rule the World celebrates after winning The Grand National
What are the odds for the Grand National?
Vieux Lion Rouge, ridden byTom Scudamore, is the favourite to win at 10/1, according to the latest odds from Betfair.
Close behind are Blaklion with jockey Noel Fehily and Definitly Red with jockey Danny Cook, both at odds of 14/1.
The horses and their riders will do two laps of the four-mile track with 16 challenging fences in the way.
Seven races are held each day for a total of 21 throughout the Grand National
Where to watch the Aintree Grand National?
The ITV coverage will also stream on the ITV Hub and on ITV.com/Racing. The ITV Racing mobile app on iOS and Android will also follow the coverage.