Which horse won the Grand National in 2016?

Which horse won the Grand National in 2016?

The 2016 National was won by 33/1 shot Rule The World, ridden by David Mullins and trained by Mouse Morris. In second place was the 8/1 joint-favourite The Last Samuri. Sixteen of the 39 runners completed the race, held on the softest going since the 2001 race.

Who came 3rd in Grand National 2022?

Delta Work
Delta Work (10/1) was third with Santini (33/1) in fourth.

Has a 12 year old won the Grand National?

Discover all of the Grand National winners since 1950 listed below; including their age, weight, trainer, jockey and starting prices….Past Grand National Winners.

Year 2004
Horse Amberleigh House
Age 12
Wgt 10-10
Trainer D McCain

Has a jockey died at the Grand National?

However, since the first Grand National in 1839, only one jockey has lost their life. On March 12, 1862, O’Connell’s rider Joseph Wynne suffered fatal injuries when another horse, Playmate, caused a pile up when it fell at the Chair – a formidable obstacle at a height of 5’3” and preceded by a 6′ open ditch.

Who won the Grand National in 2015?

Many Clouds
2015 Grand National/Winners

Who won the Grand National in 2012?

France2012 Grand National / Winner

Who won the 2016 Grand National at Aintree?

“The Grand National 2016 winner, full result, and fallers: Rule the World wins at Aintree for David Mullins and Mouse Morris”. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 10 April 2016. ^ Riley, Stuart (28 October 2015). “Balding to return as Grand National host”. Racing Post. Archived from the original on 8 April 2016. Retrieved 10 April 2016.

How many horses ran in the 2014 Aintree steeplechase?

The showpiece steeplechase, which concluded a three-day meeting (one of only four held at Aintree throughout the year), took place on 5 April 2014. The maximum permitted field of 40 runners competed for a share of a record £1 million prize fund, which makes the National the most valuable jump race in Europe.

Who is going to take out the Grand National?

Pineau De Re, the 11-year-old for trainer, Dr Richard Newland and Leighton Aspell is going to take out the Crabbie’s Grand National! Pineau De Re wins, Balthazar King second, Double Seven third.

How many horses are in the Grand National 2014?

The following day, Aintree announced that 115 horses had been entered for consideration in the 2014 Grand National, an increase of 31 on the previous year and the highest number of initial entries since 2009. Handicap weights were announced by the British Horseracing Authority in London on 11 February.