It’s known as the Sport of Kings and Wayne and Coleen Rooney hope to rub shoulders in winners’ enclosures with horse-racing’s royalty.
The couple have spent part of their fortune on two racehorses as Christmas treats.
Coleen is a regular visitor to the Grand National and Wayne is also a fan, so they’ve now splashed £100,000 on two colts.
They will be kept at United team-mate Michael Owen’s stables, where top trainer Tom Dascombe will be tasked with turning them into winners.
Wayne, 26, has named one Tomway after his dad – full name Thomas Wayne Rooney – but it is not yet known what Coleen, 25, has called hers.