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Randox Grand National

Tiger Roll was the Aintree Grand National 2018 Winner, with Pleasant Company in second and Bless the Wings in third. The Grand National 2018 race results are as follows:

 

  • 1st - Tiger Roll (Davy Russell) 10-1
  • 2nd - Pleasant Company (David Mullins) 25-1
  • 3rd - Bless the Wings (Jack Kennedy) 40-1
  • 4th - Anibale Fly (Barry Geraghty) 10-1
  • 5th - Milansbar (Bryony Frost) 25-1
  • 6th - Road to Riches (Sean Flanagan) 33-1
  • 7th - Gas Line Boy (Robert Dunne) 25-1
  • 8th - Valseur Lido (Keith Donoghue) 66-1
  • 9th - Vieux Lion Rouge (Tom Scudamore) 25-1
  • 10th - Raz De Maree (Robbie Power) 20-1
  • 11th – Seeyouatmidnight (Brian Hughes) 11-1
  • 12th - Baie Des Iles (Ms Katie Walsh) 16-1

 

The Grand National race is always unpredictable. High stakes and even higher fences, along with 40 horses thundering along the course, means that even the bookies' favourites often don’t complete the course. Horses might pull up, fall, or unseat their riders, meaning there’s everything to play for.

 

In 2018 over half of the horses competing didn’t complete the race. See below for the Grand National 2018 runners:

 

  • Royal Encore (R. McLernon) 28-1 - Non-Runner
  • Walk in the Mill (S. Waley Cohen) 66-1 - Non-Runner
  • Blaklion (Sam Twiston-Davies) 14-1 - Brought down 1st Fence
  • Perfect Candidate (Alain Cawley) 50-1 - Fell 1st Fence
  • I Just Know 14-1 (Danny Cook) - Fell 6th Fence
  • Houblon Des Obeaux (Charlie Deutsch) 25-1 - Fell 6th Fence
  • Virgilio (Harry Skelton) 50-1 - Fell 6th Fence
  • Captain Redbeard (Sam Coltheard) 20-1 - Unseated Rider 7th Fence
  • Lord Windermere (A E Lynch) 50-1 - Unseated Rider 8th Fence
  • Buywise (Adam Wedge) 50-1 - Unseated Rider 8th Fence
  • Final Nudge (Gavin Sheehan) 33-1 - Unseated Rider 8th Fence
  • Chase the Spud (Paddy Brennan) 25-1 - Pulled Up 15th Fence
  • Alpha Des Obeaux (Rachael Blackmore) 33-1 - Fell 15th Fence
  • Saint Are (Ciaran Gethings) 50-1 - Brought down 15th Fence
  • Delusionsofgrandeur (Henry Brooke) 50-1 - Pulled Up 17th Fence
  • Maggio (Brendan Powell) 66-1 - Pulled Up 18th Fence
  • The Dutchman (Harry Cobden) 20-1 - Unseated Rider 23rd Fence
  • Thunder and Roses (JJ Slevin) 33-1 - Pulled Up 26th Fence
  • The Last Samuri (David Bass) 16-1 - Pulled Up 26th Fence
  • Tenor Nivernais (Tom O’Brien) 66-1 - Pulled Up 26th Fence
  • Ucello Conti (Daryl Jacob) 16-1 - Unseated Rider 27th Fence
  • Total Recall (Paul Townend) 7-1 - Pulled Up 29th Fence
  • Warriors Talem(Sean Bowen) 33-1 - Pulled Up 29th Fence
  • Pendra (Aidan Coleman) 80-1 - Pulled Up 29th Fence
  • Double Ross (Jamie Bargary) 66-1 - Pulled Up 29th Fence
  • Carlingford Lough (Mark Walsh) 33-1 - Pulled Up before finish line
  • Children’s List (Jonathan Burke) 66-1 - Pulled Up before finish line

About the grand national race

Grand National Colours

Grand National colours and silks have more significance than helping race-goers and viewers to pick their runner. 

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Grand National Fences

The Grand National fences are arguably the most famous horse racing steeplechases in the world. Dating back to 1829.

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Previous Grand National Winners

Discover all of the Grand National winners since 1950 including their age, weight, trainer, jockey and starting prices.

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WINNERS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS

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