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Why Results of the Grand National Matter

Looking at Grand National results today may help you decide who to back in the race next year. There are only a small number of events that take place over the famous Aintree fences, so finding a horse that adapts to this unique test is really important. Full Grand National results help you identify those types.

It’s true that the race isn’t quite so much of a lottery as it once was, though. Many fences have been modified, rightly so in the interests of equine safety, to make it fairer for all participants. The fact remains, however, when you look at Grand National full race results there are still some hard luck stories.

Not even the best online betting sites can predict what will happen if a horse falls in front of another when jumping the special spruce-covered fences like Becher’s Brook and The Canal Turn. You should also see that Grand National results and prices are pretty competitive. Hot favourites are a rarity here, simply because of the sheer volume of runners.

Grand National full results give you a complete picture of what happened, especially those that detail both horses who cross the line and those that fail to finish. A clear round is a major achievement for both the racehorse and its rider. We applaud all those listed in Aintree Grand National results who complete this most demanding of courses.

Grand National Results 2024

The Grand National 2023 results aren’t in just yet because the race hasn’t been run but it soon will be. When the time comes, check back here and find full Grand National results from the latest edition of the world’s most famous steeplechase. For now, there is plenty of related content on SportsLens in the run-up to this event.

For example, see and learn about all of the potential Grand National runners this year in our expert guide with the latest entries included. The winner in subsequent Grand National results 2024 can only come from amongst those horses listed. Unlike other early closing races, there is no stage at which others can be supplemented here.

Take a look at the latest Grand National odds and discover which horses are fancies in the Aintree Racecourse showpiece this year. Some of those who ran well and hit the frame last year are prominent once again in the market. This illustrates nicely why results of the Grand National are important for shaping future events.

You can even pick up some Grand National tips from our experts, who have all the angles covered. Whether you want advice on the best each way and place terms, or outsiders to follow, SportsLens tipsters have it covered. With a bit of luck, when you check back over the Grand National 2024 results, they may have helped you back the winner!

Grand National Results 2023

Lucinda Russell saddled One For Arthur to glory in the Aintree showpiece six years ago and repeated the dose with Corach Rambler proving he was the best-handicapped horse in the race. A massive 10lb well-in on his official rating, Grand National 2023 results showed him storming clear from the final fence past the Elbow and idling up the long run-in ahead of staying on Irish raider Vanillier, who passed any number of horses to take second.

The front two pulled clear of Cheltenham’s National Hunt Chase winner Gaillard Du Mesnil with last year’s hero Noble Yeats running a mighty race to be fourth off 19lb higher in the weights. Grand National results 2023 also say minor honours went to The Big Dog, third in the Welsh equivalent over Christmas, in fifth ahead of a couple of fellow Irish runners Born By The Sea and Roi Mage in sixth and seventh.

Mister Coffey, who made most of the running, was next for Nicky Henderson in eighth. Some 17 horses competed the course, according to Grand National 2023 results including the Coral Gold Cup winner Le Milos (tenth), dual Premier Handicap hero Our Power (12th) and Thyestes Chase scorer Carefully Selected (14th).

2023 Grand National Results Table

Position Colours Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st Corach Rambler silks Corach Rambler Derek Fox Lucinda Russell 2¼ lengths 8/1F
2nd Vanillier silks Vanillier Sean Flanagan Gavin Cromwell 4¾ lengths 20/1
3rd Joe and Marie Donnelly silks Gaillard Du Mensil Paul Townend Willie Mullins 1½ lengths 10/1
4th Robert Waley Cohen silks Noble Yeats Sean Bowen Emmet Mullins neck 10/1
5th The Big Dog silks The Big Dog Aidan Coleman Peter Fahey 1¼ lengths 12/1
6th Born By The Sea silks Born By The Sea Phillip Enright Paul John Gilligan 3¾ lengths 50/1
7th Roi Mage silks Roi Mage Felix De Giles Patrick Griffin 12 lengths 33/1
8th Lady Bamford silks Mister Coffey Nico de Boinville Nicky Henderson 2¾ lengths 33/1
9th JP McManus red cap A Wave Of The Sea Shane Fitzgerald Joseph O’Brien 7 lengths 66/1
10th Le Milos silks Le Milos Harry Skelton Dan Skelton 19 lengths 12/1
11th Walters Plant Hire Potter Group silks Our Power Sam Twiston-Davies Sam Thomas 3¼ lengths 25/1
12th JP McManus star cap Enjoy D’Allen Simon Torrens Ciaran Murphy 7 lengths 50/1
13th T F F Nixon silks Fortescue Hugh Nugent Henry Daly 20 lengths 100/1
14th M A Masterson silks Carefully Selected Michael O’Sullivan Willie Mullins ½ a lengths 50/1
15th T G Leslie silks Minella Trump Theo Gillard Donald McCain 20 lengths 50/1
16th Roddy Owen silks Francky Du Berlais Ben Jones Peter Bowen ¾ of a length 125/1
17th Robcour silks Ain’t That A Shame Rachael Blackmore Henry De Bromhead last to finish 10/1

Grand National Results 2023 Non-Finishers

There were 22 non-finishers in the 2023 Grand National from the field of 39 that jumped off. This summary below shows that four fell, 11 unseated their riders and seven were pulled up as follows:

  • Cloudy Glen – Unseated Rider, 1st
  • Diol Ker – Unseated Rider, 1st
  • Recite A Prayer – Unseated Rider, 1st
  • Galvin – Unseated Rider, 1st
  • Hill Sixteen – Fell, 1st (fatally injured)
  • Fury Road – Fell, 2nd
  • The Big Breakaway – Fell, 2nd
  • Darasso – Unseated Rider, 2nd
  • Longhouse Poet – Unseated Rider, 8th (Canal Turn)
  • Lifetime Ambition – Unseated Rider, 9th (Valentine’s Brook)
  • Cape Gentleman – Pulled Up, before 14th
  • Gabbys Cross Unseated Rider, 15th (The Chair)
  • Sam Brown – Fell, 15th (The Chair)
  • Dunboyne – Pulled Up, after 16th (start of second circuit)
  • Any Second Now – Pulled Up, omitted 17th
  • Velvet Elvis – Pulled Up, omitted 17th
  • Delta Work – Unseated Rider, 21st
  • Eva’s Oskar – Unseated Rider, 21st
  • Mr Incredible – Unseated Rider, 24th (Canal Turn)
  • Back On The Lash – Pulled Up, after 26th
  • Coko Beach – Pulled Up, after 3 out
  • Capodanno – Pulled Up, before last

Grand National 2022 Results

A fairy-tale farewell from the saddle saw Sam Waley-Cohen become the first amateur jockey for 32 years win the world’s most famous steeplechase aboard 50/1 outsider Noble Yeats. This horse, owned by his father Robert and trained in Ireland by Emmet Mullins having his first runner in the race, was also a trends buster. You have to go back to 1940 for the last seven-year-old to win the Grand National.

Off a much lower weight than Bobbyjo Chase scorer Any Second Now, Noble Yeats surged clear on the long run-in past the famous elbow and looked value for more than the 2 1/4 lengths winning margin. 2022 Grand National results show the the front two pulling well clear of Cheltenham Festival Cross Country Chase winner Delta Work back in third.

This Irish 1-2-3 saw the Emerald Isle dominate yet again with Santini a distant best of the British in fourth, ahead of Fiddlerontheroof. Longhouse Poet, a well-punted Irish raider, rounded off the first six in the Grand National 2022 results with most bookies paying that many places. Three horses fell with two brought down, while 11 pulled-up and nine unseated the rider.

2022 Grand National Results Table

Position Colours Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st Robert Waley Cohen Noble Yeats Sam Waley-Cohen Emmet Mullins 2¼ lengths 50/1
2nd JP McManus Any Second Now Mark Walsh Ted Walsh 20 lengths 15/2F
3rd Gigginstown House Stud Delta Work Jack Kennedy Gordon Elliott 1¼ lengths 10/1
4th Kelvin-Hughes Santini Nick Scholfield Polly Gundry 8 lengths 33/1
5th Taylor Burley and ODwyer Fiddlerontheroof Brendan Powell Jr Colin Tizzard 2¼ lengths 12/1
6th Mulryan Longhouse Poet Darragh O’Keeffe Martin Brassil 19 lengths 12/1
7th S Mangan Freewheelin Dylan Ricky Doyle Dermot McLoughlin 13 lengths 50/1
8th Gigginstown House Stud red cap Coko Beach Jonjo O’Neill Gordon Elliott 9½ lengths 50/1
9th McNeill family Escaria Ten Adrian Heskin Gordon Elliott 18 lengths 25/1
10th Romain De Senam Phillip Armson David Pipe 8½ lengths 125/1
11th Gigginstown House Stud yellow cap Samcro Sean Bowen Gordon Elliott 18 lengths 80/1
12th Mrs Caroline Watson Commodore Charlie Deutsch Venetia Williams 12 lengths 33/1
13th Simon Munir and Isaac Souede quartered cap Class Conti Sam Twiston-Davies Willie Mullins 33 lengths 100/1
14th Darren and Annaley Yates Blaklion Harry Skelton Dan Skelton 99 lengths 50/1
15th Taylor and ODwyer Lostintranslation Harry Cobden Collin Tizzard last to finish 50/1

Grand National Results 2022 Non-Finishers

There were 25 non-finishers, according to Grand National 2022 results – the same as the year before. Here is the full list:

  • Enjoy D’Allen, Unseated Rider, 1st
  • Mount Ida, Unseated Rider, 1st
  • Eclair Surf, Fell, 3rd
  • Anibale Fly, Brought Down, 3rd
  • Deise Aba, Pulled Up, before 8th (Canal Turn)
  • Death Duty, Unseated Rider, 8th (Canal Turn)
  • De Rasher Counter, Unseated Rider, 8th (Canal Turn)
  • Run Wild Fred, Fell, 8th (Canal Turn)
  • Minella Times, Brought Down, 9th (Valentine’s Brook)
  • School Boy Hours, Pulled Up, after 9th (Valentine’s Brook)
  • Agusta Gold, Fell, 10th
  • Discorama, Pulled Up, before 13th
  • Burrows Saint, Unseated Rider, 15th (The Chair)
  • Domaine De L’Isle, Unseated Rider, 15th (The Chair)
  • Kildisart, Unseated Rider, 15th (The Chair)
  • Snow Leopardess, Pulled Up, after 16th (Water Jump)
  • Cloth Cap, Pulled Up, before 21st
  • Dingo Dollar, Unseated Rider, 22nd (Becher’s Brook)
  • Mighty Thunder, Pulled Up, 24th (Canal Turn)
  • Poker Party, Pulled Up, after 25th (Valentine’s Brook)
  • Good Boy Bobby, Pulled Up, before 27th (Open Ditch)
  • Fortescue, Unseated Rider, 27th (Open Ditch)
  • Top Ville Ben, Pulled Up, before 28th
  • Brahma Bull, Pulled Up, after 28th
  • Two For Gold, Pulled Up, before 29th

Grand National 2021 Results

Minella Times Grand National results

With the Grand National 2021 results available below, we have everything in detail for you. This gives you the complete picture. The Grand National results 2021 full list tells you how many horses completed the race and in what order. There is also a list of non-finishers that follows.

Here at SportsLens, the level of detail on offer is very high. Most sites give you the Grand National 2021 top 6 results and that’s it. This is because the majority of bookies only pay out on each way bets placed on horses up to sixth, Fewer outlets take things a step further. You may get Grand National results 2021 of the top 10 finishers. It has been common in recent years for at least a quarter of the field to get around Aintree after all.

We know that horse racing fans of all ages and abilities love this race, though. It’s not enough just to show Grand National 2021 results on the top 6 for them. If a maximum field of 40 run, why cover just over an eighth of the field? Even Grand National 2021 results for the top 10 gives you a quarter of the potential picture, so we went even further.

There are full results for the Grand National 2021 right here, so you know exactly how many horses finished the race and also how many didn’t. There are other details in our results table too, such the distance between the horses listed in the order they finished and the one behind them. We’ve also included the starting price (SP) they were returned at by horse racing betting sites on the day. Any good Grand National 2021 results list would do the same.

Grand National 2021 Results Table

Position Colours Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st JP McManus star cap Minella Times Rachael Blackmore Henry De Bromhead 6½ lengths 11/1
2nd Racehorseclub Com Balko Des Flos Aidan Coleman Henry De Bromhead 1¾ lengths 100/1
3rd JP McManus Any Second Now Mark Walsh Ted Walsh 19 lengths 15/2
4th Susannah Ricci Burrows Saint Patrick Mullins Willie Mullins 2 lengths 9/1
5th Gigginstown House Stud blue cap Farclas Jack Kennedy Denise Foster 7½ lengths 16/1
6th Darren and Annaley Yates Blaklion Harry Skelton Dan Skelton 8½ lengths 50/1
7th Andrew Gemmell Discorama Bryan Cooper Paul Nolan 1½ lengths 16/1
8th Robert Waley Cohen Jett Sam Waley-Cohen Jessica Harrington 1 length 80/1
9th Syndicates Racing Cabaret Queen Sean O’Keeffe Willie Mullins 10 lengths 80/1
10th Gigginstown House Stud yellow cap Shattered Love Kevin Sexton Denise Foster 3 lengths 33/1
11th Gigginstown House Stud white cap Alpha Des Obeaux Jody McGarvey Denise Foster 14 lengths 80/1
12th Foxtrot Racing Hogan’s Height Gavin Sheehan Jamie Snowden 47 lengths 100/1
13th Slaneyville Syndicate Acapella Bourgeois Danny Mullins Willie Mullins ½ a length 20/1
14th Sub Lieutenant Tabitha Worsley Georgie Howell 6½ lengths 50/1
15th Simon Munir and Isaac Souede Class Conti Brian Hayes Willie Mullins Last to finish 66/1

These are the Grand National 2021 results showing 15 finishers. That means three-eighths of the 40 runners completed the course. The Grand National 2021 final results show a typical mix of fancied runners and outsiders in the frame. There’s nothing unusual in that.

Both 100/1 and 50/1 shots made it into Grand National results 2021 top 6 finishers. There were also three prominent betting contenders at odds of 11/1 and shorter as well. Ultimately, results of the Grand National 2021 tell us that Minella Times triumphed on a historic day for the sport.

Red Letter Day for Blackmore and De Bromhead

Rachael Blackmore became the first female jockey to win the race. She gave owner JP McManus his second victory in the Aintree showpiece and led home a Henry De Bromhead stable 1-2 with Balko Des Flos the runner-up. The 2021 Grand National results also clearly show the front two were some way clear of the third.

Each of the first five horses home here were trained in Ireland. In fact, only one British runner, Blaklion who came sixth, was among the first dozen. Just three finishers were UK-based horses, painting a picture of Irish dominance which reflected the Cheltenham results from the Festival the previous month.

Grand National Results 2021 Non-Finishers

In order to be considered Grand National 2021 results in full, we also need to tell you about the horses that didn’t get round. On this occasion, 25 or fifth-eighths of the 40-runner field didn’t complete. See a list of non-finishers completing our full Grand National results 2021 below:

  • Lake View Lad, Fell, 1st
  • Magic of Light, Unseated Rider, 4th
  • Minellacelebration, Unseated Rider, 11th (Open Ditch)
  • Double Shuffle, Fell, 12th
  • Anibale Fly, Pulled Up, 13th
  • Canelo, Fell, Fell, 15th (The Chair)
  • Ami Desbois, Fell, 15th (The Chair)
  • Mister Malarky, Pulled Up, 17th
  • Takingrisks, Pulled Up 17th
  • Vieux Lion Rouge, Fell, 18th
  • Ballyoptic, Pulled Up, 19th (Open Ditch)
  • Yala Enki, Unseated Rider, 20th
  • Ok Corral, Pulled Up, 21st
  • Lord Du Mesnil, Pulled Up, 21st
  • Bristol De Mai, Pulled Up, 22nd (Becher’s Brook)
  • Potters Corner, Pulled Up, 22nd (Becher’s Brook)
  • The Long Mile, Pulled Up, 23rd (Foinavon)
  • Talkischeap, Pulled Up, 26th
  • Chris’s Dream, Unseated Rider, 27th (Open Ditch)
  • Cloth Cap, Pulled Up, 28th
  • Definitly Red, Pulled Up, 29th
  • Tout Est Permis, Pulled Up, 29th
  • Kimberlite Candy, Pulled Up, 29th
  • Milan Native, Pulled Up, 29th
  • Give Me A Copper, Pulled Up, 29th

Grand National Results 2020

There is a gap in full results of the Grand National from this particular year. The race didn’t happen due to the coronavirus pandemic. That means there are no Grand National results from 2020 for us to bring you. In the past, there had been postponements like in 1997 and a void race in 1993 but, outside of the two World Wars, an abandonment was unprecedented.

Grand National 2019 Results

Tiger Roll Grand National results

The most significant thing about Grand National results in 2019 is a repeat winner. Tiger Roll became the first horse since Red Rum to win back-to-back renewals of the big race. He led home a 1-2-3 for Ireland and gave trainer Gordon Elliott his third victory in the world’s most famous steeplechase.

Grand National 2019 results make relatively better reading for the British too. The home team had four horses in the first eight, although none were closer than fourth place. Two 66/1 shots were in the top seven, but Tiger Roll justified favouritism in spades. As past horse racing results show, he was the shortest-priced Grand National winner in a century.

As the complete Grand National results from 2019 reveal below, almost half the field completed the course. This was an excellent advert for the race. Only three horses fell, two were brought down and another two unseated their rider. That leaves 14 pulled up by their jockeys. The table lists all 19 finishers in this running:

2019 Grand National Results Table

Position Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st Tiger Roll Davy Russell Gordon Elliott 2¾ lengths 4/1F
2nd Magic Of Light Paddy Kennedy Jessica Harrington 2¼ lengths 66/1
3rd Rathvinden Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11 lengths 8/1
4th Walk In The Mill James Best Robert Walford ½ a length 25/1
5th Anibale Fly Mark Walsh Tony Martin 9 lengths 10/1
6th One For Arthur Derek Fox Lucinda Russell 2¼ lengths 25/1
7th Regal Encore Jonathan Burke Anthony Honeyball ½ a length 66/1
8th Singlefarmpayment Paddy Brennan Tom George 3 lengths 50/1
9th Outlander James Bowen Richard Spencer 2 lengths 66/1
10th Valseur Lido Rachael Blackmore Henry De Bromhead head 66/1
11th Livelovelaugh David Mullins Willie Mullins 1¼ lengths 25/1
12th A Toi Phil Denis O’Regan Gordon Elliott 1¼ lengths 50/1
13th Bless The Wings Robbie Dunne Gordon Elliott 3¼ lengths 50/1
14th Ultragold Tom O’Brien Colin Tizzard 3¼ lengths 50/1
15th Vieux Lion Rouge Tom Scudamore David Pipe 11 lengths 50/1
16th Captain Redbeard Sam Coltherd Stuart Coltherd 7 lengths 66/1
17th Folsom Blue Luke Dempsey Gordon Elliott 16 lengths 66/1
18th Valtor Daryl Jacob Nicky Henderson 41 lengths 66/1
19th Don Poli Patrick Mullins Phil Kirby Last to finish 66/1

2018 Grand National Results

Tiger Roll is twice a winner in Grand National results

Tiger Roll completed a memorable Cheltenham Cross Country and Aintree Grand National double in 2018 by the narrowest of margins. He just held on down the long run-in from the final fence to the finish line at the track, which was infamously the undoing of Crisp against Red Rum 45 years earlier. Tiger Roll prevailed by a diminishing head from the rallying Pleasant Company as Grand National results from 2018 show.

Irish horses once again filled the major places, this time with a 1-2-3-4. A narrow margin of a neck separated third from fourth too. Only two British horses finished in the first eight, meanwhile, and all 12 finishers were returned by bookmakers at double figure prices. That shows you how difficult predicting Grand National 2018 results was for punters.

The favourite pulled up, one of 13 to do so. There were also six fallers, five horses who unseated their riders and two brought down. Due to two late non-runners, Grand National results 2018 include a field of just 38 rather than the usual 40. These horses were withdrawn after the stage where reserves could’ve replaced them.

Grand National 2018 Results Table

Position Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st Tiger Roll Davy Russell Gordon Elliott head 10/1
2nd Pleasant Company David Mullins Willie Mullins 11 lengths 66/1
3rd Bless The Wings Jack Kennedy Gordon Elliott neck 40/1
4th Anibale Fly Barry Geraghty Tony Martin 21 lengths 10/1
5th Milansbar Bryony Frost Neil King 12 lengths 25/1
6th Road To Riches Sean Flanagan Noel Meade 7 lengths 33/1
7th Gas Line Boy Robbie Dunne Ian Williams 4 lengths 25/1
8th Valseur Lido Keith Donoghue Henry De Bromhead ¾ of a length 66/1
9th Vieux Lion Rouge Tom Scudamore David Pipe ¾ of a length 25/1
10th Raz De Maree Robbie Power Gavin Cromwell 29 lengths 20/1
11th Seeyouatmidnight Brian Hughes Sandy Thomson 2¾ lengths 11/1
12th Baie Des Iles Katie Walsh Ross O’Sullivan Last to finish 16/1

Grand National Results 2017

One For Arthur Grand National results

A Scottish success in the Aintree showpiece saw One For Arthur triumph for the Perthshire stable of Lucinda Russell. He ran out a comfortable winner over the Cheltenham Cross Country winner Cause Of Causes. Saint Are took third at the end of the long run-in, relegating favourite Blaklion into fourth. As Grand National 2017 results show, almost half of the field completed the course.

Unlike more recent years, there wasn’t a tide of Irish raiders mopping up the prize money. Only three horses from the Emerald Isle were in the first half of the finishers – the second, seventh and ninth – and just four got round. Grand National results 2017 include four fallers and as many unseating their rider. The rest of the field pulled up.

Grand National 2017 Results Table

Position Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st One For Arthur Derek Fox Lucinda Russell 4½ lengths 14/1
2nd Cause Of Causes Mr Jamie Codd Gordon Elliott 3¾ lengths 16/1
3rd Saint Are Davy Russell Tom George neck 25/1
4th Blaklion Noel Fehily Nigel Twiston-Davies 8 lengths 8/1F
5th Gas Line Boy Robbie Dunne Ian Williams 10 lengths 50/1
6th Vieux Lion Rouge Tom Scudamore David Pipe 1 length 12/1
7th Lord Windermere Leighton Aspell Jim Culloty neck 33/1
8th Regal Encore Robbie Power Anthony Honeyball head 33/1
9th Pleasant Company Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 14 lengths 11/1
10th Houblon Des Obeaux Charlie Deutsch Venetia Williams 2¾ lengths 50/1
11th Ballynagour David Noonan David Pipe 1¼ lengths 66/1
12th Le Mercurey Sean Bowen Paul Nicholls 3½ lengths 501
13th Goodtoknow Jake Greenall Kerry Lee 3½ lengths 66/1
14th Just A Par Harry Cobden Paul Nicholls 6 lengths 33/1
15th La Vaticane Richie McLernon David Pipe 7 lengths 80/1
16th The Last Samuri David Bass Kim Bailey 6 lengths 16/1
17th Tenor Nivernais Aidan Coleman Venetia Williams 7 lengths 40/1
18th Roi Des Francs Jack Kennedy Gordon Elliott 11 lengths 50/1
19th Wonderful Charm Katie Walsh Paul Nicholls Last to finish 28/1

Grand National 2016 Results

Rule The World Grand National results

Nobody really thought a maiden over fences could win the Grand National but that’s exactly what Rule The World did for owners Gigginstown House Stud and trainer Mouse Morris. Winless in 13 unlucky attempts at steeplechases, he won the world’s most famous race of this type. According to Grand National results from 2016, Ireland had five of the first six horses home.

Some 16 runners completed the Aintree marathon this time around. Ten of those were British trained. Six horses unseated their riders and another five fell, while a dozen pulled up. Grand National results for 2016 reveal one non-runner, so a field of 39 contested the race. The usual table of all finishers is here below:

Grand National 2016 Results Table

Position Horse Jockey Trainer Distance SP
1st Rule The World David Mullins Mouse Morris 6 lengths 33/1
2nd The Last Samuri David Bass Kim Bailey 8 lengths 8/1JF
3rd Vics Canvas Robbie Dunne Dermot McLoughlin 2 lengths 100/1
4th Gilgamboa Robbie Power Enda Bolger 19 lengths 28/1
5th Goonyella Jonathan Burke Jim Dreaper 1¾ lengths 12/1
6th Ucello Conti Daryl Jacob Gordon Elliott 11 lengths 25/1
7th Vieux Lion Rouge James Reveley David Pipe 14 lengths 66/1
8th Morning Assembly Davy Russell Pat Fahy ½ a length 16/1
9th Shutthefrontdoor Barry Geraghty Jonjo O’Neill 9 lengths 12/1
10th Unioniste Nick Scholfield Paul Nicholls 5 lengths 28/1
11th Le Reve Harry Skelton Lucy Wadham 7 lengths 50/1
12th Buywise Paul Moloney Evan Williams 30 lengths 33/1
13th Pendra Aidan Coleman Charlie Longsdon 14 lengths 50/1
14th Triolo D’Alene Jeremiah McGrath Nicky Henderson 20 lengths 50/1
15th Just A Par Sean Bowen Paul Nicholls 1 length 40/1
16th Many Clouds Leighton Aspell Oliver Sherwood Last to finish 8/1JF

List of Recent Grand National Winners

  • 2022 – Noble Yeats
  • 2021 – Minella Times
  • 2020 – No race
  • 2019 – Tiger Roll
  • 2018 – Tiger Roll
  • 2017 – One For Arthur
  • 2016 – Rule The World
  • 2015 – Many Clouds
  • 2014 – Pineau De Re
  • 2013 – Auroras Encore
  • 2012 – Neptune Collonges
  • 2011 – Ballabriggs
  • 2010 – Don’t Push It
  • 2009 – Mon Mome
  • 2008 – Comply Or Die
  • 2007 – Silver Birch
  • 2006 – Numbersixvalverde
  • 2005 – Hedgehunter

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