One of the ways to watch the Grand National is by watching the known Grand National TV channel, ITV. This is the best place for those in the UK to watch the race. Some people are wondering how the horses are treated before and after the race.
Many animal rights activists are concerned on how the horses at the Grand National race are treated. We have done some research and we can guarantee that the horses are treated with a lot of care and concern. One of the trainers of Many Clouds, has been discussing how the horses are taken care of. They are given first rate care. He mentioned how he takes care of the horses just like he would take care of any human being.
The preparation of the race is crazy but taking care of the horses is the main priority. Their welfare is number one, above all anything else. When the horses are at the Grand National Race, they have been taken care of way before this time. These horses receive exceptional care every day. The trainers and workers love these horses and want them to be happy and above all, healthy. There are no horses that have been mistreated in any way. There are over 60,000 people who work daily to take care of 14,000 horses across the UK. Each horse is treated and cared for the same. If the horse is a winner or a loser, they are exactly the same. Every horse has a team that takes care of them. They have unconditional love for their horses and show it every day. They have the top vets, massage therapist, and dentists as well that take care of the horses on a daily basis.