Della Andrews cannot believe her luck.

The 47-year-old, from Kennington, entered a competition to win a share of a horse in Saturday’s Grand National – and won.

Now, the BT Business customer options worker will be at Aintree cheering on her charge, Nozic, which is trained by champion Paul Nicholls.

The 66-1 shot has been trained specifically for this race, and will be ridden by last year’s successful jockey, Liam Treadwell, who won the race aboard 100-1 shot Mon Mome 12 months ago.

Andrews, one of ten lucky winners, was over the moon at hearing of her success, and cannot wait for the big day.

“I’ve always watched the Grand National, but to actually own a share of a horse in the race, how amazing is that,” she said.

“I am looking forward to a truly fabulous day – the question now is what to wear.”

She added: “I have been to Royal Ascot for the past 20 years and was lucky enough to go to the Cheltenham Gold Cup last year, but this tops it all.

“Everyone in the office where I work is backing the horse – as will I – and it’s such a crazy race that anything could happen, so you never know your luck.”

Andrews will get the full VIP experience, including champagne and lunch with the other owners and trainers, as well as pre and post-race analysis from trainer and jockey.

Best of all, any race winnings will be split and go directly into the pockets of the owners.

Nicholls said: “We have trained Nozic specifically for this so he is primed for the race.

“This is a great opportunity to give members of the public a chance to experience the thrills of racehorse ownership and I hope they can take home a share of the prize money.”