Grand National sponsor Randox Health to display famous horse racing trophy and give away tickets to the event


The Randox Grand National Festival is one of the biggest weekends on the horse racing calendar – particularly here in its North West home.

The 2022 event will take place from April 7-9, welcoming thousands of spectators to Aintree Racecourse once again. On the final day of the festival, all eyes at the racecourse and beyond will be on the big Grand National race itself to see who crosses the finish line first and takes the top trophy.

To celebrate the Randox Grand National making a full return in front of racegoers this year, Randox Health is inviting horse racing fans to visit one of its North West clinics on April 7, when the 2022 trophy will be on display to the public all day. There will also be a chance to win sought-after tickets to this year’s Randox Ladies Day (April 8) and Randox Grand National Day (April 9).

To be in with a chance of winning, the clinic is encouraging people to visit its Tithebarn Street clinic in Liverpool after 10am on April 7 and take a photo with the trophy, tag Randox Health on social media, and be entered into a competition to win tickets to the Friday and Saturday races.

The winners of the tickets will be drawn at 3pm on April 7. Randox Health’s competition terms and conditions apply.

Clinic visitors will also be able to purchase exclusive Randox branded coats and hoodies, as the health and toxicology company marks its 40th year.



Those who visit the trophy and take a picture with it could be in with the chance of winning Grand National tickets

For anyone who can’t make it to the clinic on the day, there’s still a chance to catch a close up glimpse of the trophy digitally thanks to an augmented reality activation. The Randox Grand National trophy was designed in-house, signifying the genetics testing that Randox Health carries out across the country and how this helped play a part in the Covid-19 pandemic.

With clinics across the UK and Ireland, Randox offers a range of healthcare and genetics testing packages which can provide people with more insight about their current health status and how they could make some further beneficial lifestyle choices.

Jessica Quayle, manager at the Tithebarn Street clinic, said: “We’re proud sponsors of the Grand National because in the North West it’s known as ‘the people’s race’, and Randox Health is committed to helping people of Liverpool to live healthier for longer.

“Since the outbreak of Covid-19, we’ve seen a dramatic change in people’s behaviors towards looking after themselves and their health. At our clinic on Tithebarn Street we provide a range of specialized tests that enable you to take more control of your health by promoting preventative healthcare.”



Randox Health offer a range of health and genetics testing that can help determine possible health issues
Randox Health offer a range of health and genetics testing that can help determine possible health issues

Randox Health will continue to celebrate its Grand National links throughout April by offering a discount on health checks. Jessica added: “When you look as closely at the body as we do, we see more, know more and can therefore do more to help you understand exactly what is going on. That means your results deliver a more complete understanding of your health: your heart, kidneys, thyroid, liver, bones and more.

“Clients are then empowered to make positive changes to manage their health for the future. We also have an exclusive offer throughout April – Grand National month – with 10 per cent off all health tests when you use the code ‘Health22’ at checkout. There has never been a better time for the people of Liverpool to invest in their health.”

Find out more about Randox Health and its Grand National celebrations click here.

the promoter of the competition is Randox Health. Terms and conditions apply.




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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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