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06 Apr 2013 14:35 GMT | Humanitarian crises, Sport
The 2013 Grand National has split the field with question marks over safety of a course that has resulted in four horses' deaths in two years.
Al Jazeera's Richard Nicholson reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
The death of two horses provoked outrage from animal rights groups but there's another reason why people should be angry
Another death at the Aintree course overshadows Sprinter Sacre's latest win a day before the Grand National.
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