Foinavon: The Story of the Grand National’s Biggest Upset

SO MANY stories surrounding the Grand National have gone down in racing folklore. But none have been more dramatic as that of Foinavon, the 100-1 winner in 1967. Until now the way the oddly-blinkered horse tiptoed his way around the carnage at the 23rd fence before, almost apologetically, hopping over the obstacle is one of …[Read More]