The famous race at the Grand National, Red Rum bet cashed in by a family from 1974 bet slip.
At the Grand National event, date back to 43 years ago when Red Rum won the 1974’s Grand National and made the race in history, family members of a horse race winning bet had been cashed in after they discovered the unclaimed betting slip of William Hill bookies .
According to BBC Scotland, Bob homes who found the evidence of the £1 betting slip while he was going through his late father-in-law’s paperwork. With the shop code in the slip, William Hill found that the bet was 11-1 to win Red Rum, that means a payout of £12 were entitled.
However, William Hill decided to add inflation that makes the money from being £130. The money has been donated to Water Aid. Read more at the BBC Scotland.