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7-9 April 2011
The John Smith's Grand National Meeting at Aintree racecourse offers three superb days of racing action. In 2010, Don't Push It, with Tony McCoy onboard took victory by four lengths.
Keith Prowse has a sole licence to use the on-site Paddock Lodge hospitality facility that was once home to the original racecourse owners. The venue benefits from great views of the finish line, while being directly adjacent to the general admission entrance, which provides a fantastic atmosphere. With a total capacity of 200, the lodge is an intimate facility that's hired in tables of 12 & is the highest specification hospitality package available at the race meet.
Hospitality at the Paddock Lodge Facility also includes reserved seating within the Earl of Derby Stand, coffee & pastries on arrival followed by a Champagne & canapé reception. An a la carte menu with a selection of fine wines is served at lunch, followed by afternoon tea & a complimentary bar (including Champagne) served all day.