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Last Updated:  Thursday, 27 March, 2003, 17:21 GMT
Grand National quiz
What was Red Rum's starting price when he won his third Grand National in 1977?
  A: 25-1
  B: 9-1
  C: 33-1
Why was the race moved from Aintree to Gatwick in 1916?
  A: The First World War
  B: Most of the entries came from the south
  C: The Aintree course was flooded
In what year did the first televised National take place?
  A: 1955
  B: 1960
  C: 1965
How many greys have won the National?
  A: None
  B: One
  C: Two
What was special about the jockey who won the 1919 race on board Poethlyn?
  A: He only had one arm
  B: He was Lester Piggott's grandfather
  C: He was the first black champion
Which horse was the first to win the race in under nine minutes?
  A: Mr Frisk
  B: Party Politics
  C: Miinehoma
Which horse was the last favourite to win the National?
  A: Earth Summit
  B: Different Class
  C: Grittar
Which horse has competed in the Grand National a record eight times?
  A: Red Rum
  B: Frigate
  C: Manifesto
Why was the 1997 race postponed from Saturday to Monday?
  A: Bomb scare
  B: Bad weather
  C: Travel delays
In which year were Tipperary Tim and Billy Barton the only finishers of the race?
  A: 1920
  B: 1925
  C: 1928

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