The Grand National - the biggest event on the horse racing calendar - will take place at Aintree on Saturday.
The meet started on Thursday with ladies day on Friday and then on Saturday it is time for The Randox Health Grand National Steeple Chase.
It will take place on Saturday April 14 at 5:15 pm as 40 horses compete over the 30 fences for more than four miles.
The race at Aintree in North Liverpool is watched by over 60 million people each year and for the second time ITV will show the race in 2018.
Aintree is the most famous horse racing track in the world and the steeplechase has been run at that location since it was first formed back in 1839.
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When is Ladies Day 2018?
Ladies Day 2018 will take place on the second day of the Grand national which this year is Friday 13 April.
It's being branded as #FabulousFriday and as always there will be magnificent dresses and hats everywhere.
In the Red Rum Garden, the fashion ambassadors will be searching for the winner of the Style Award; a coveted prize awarded with a big car prize.
How to get to Aintree
To get to Aintree via train, it will take one change, a short walk and about 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Leaving from Manchester Piccadilly, Oxford Road and Victoria, you need to head first to Liverpool Lime Street.
Once you are there, take a short walk to Liverpool Central where you can catch a train to Aintree.
A return ticket for the day will cost around £12.60.
By coach and bus
Coaches from Manchester coach station to Liverpool One bus station take roughly 1 hour 25 minutes and will cost you around £10 for a return ticket.
Coaches run at least once every hour throughout the day.
Upon arriving in Liverpool, you can reach Aintree by bus on services: 300, 311, 345, 350 and 351 which will be travelling to and from the racecourse regularly.
Parking is available at Aintree for a fee, but spaces are limited and must be booked in advance by calling 0844 5793001.
It's far better to leave the car at home if you can, so you can enjoy a Pimms or two, but if you are driving, the full address for your sat nav is: Aintree Racecourse, Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Liverpool, L9 5AS.