Serious incidents cause a delay in the Grand National

Animal protests at Aintree Racecourse (Liverpool) have caused a delay in the start of the Grand National. various activists They have managed to invade the track and place themselves in the obstacles that mark the most famous race in the world, preventing it from starting.

The Police have had to make arrests, also outside the ring where more protesters dressed in pink Animal Rising T-shirts chained themselves to the fences.

Yesterday, the police already proceeded to make three arrests for threatening to conspire against the race. A 33-year-old woman was arrested in the Manchester metropolitan area and two others (a 25-year-old woman and a man) outside the racecourse.

In the days before the Grand National, animal rights activists had already announced their intention to protest against the deaths and serious injuries of horses that have occurred throughout history. of a test that was born in 1839.

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