Hundreds of horse racing fans have vowed to boycott the Grand National after seeing a horse die after falling on his neck.

Irish horse Up For Review was one of three fatalities at the three-day event at Aintree last week.

70,000 spectators and millions more TV viewers saw the Willie Mullins-trained horse convulse in pain after falling at the first fence.

Aintree officials and the British Horseracing Authority say they’ll review the safety of the 30-jump course.

Louise spoke to Aideen Yourell from the Irish Council Against Blood Sports to ask if horses are meant to be raced.