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Randox Grand National 2021 Runners & Results

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Rachael Blackmore rewrote the history books yet again to become the first female jockey to win the Randox Grand National as she and Minella Times gave owner JP McManus a second win in the iconic race.

Minella Times had been backed into 11-1 for the world’s greatest steeplechase after Blackmore rode six winners at last month’s Cheltenham Festival to win the leading jockey award.

Grand National Results 2021

  • 1st – Minella Times (Rachael Blackmore) 11/1
  • 2nd – Balko Des Flos (Aidan Coleman) 100/1
  • 3rd – Any Second Now (Mark Walsh) 15/2
  • 4th – Burrows Saint (Mr P W Mullins) 9/1
  • 5th – Farclas (Jack Kennedy) 16/1
  • 6th – Blaklion (Harry Skelton) 50/1
  • 7th – Discorama (B J Cooper) 16/1
  • 8th – Jett (Mr Sam Waley-Cohen) 80/1
  • 9th – Cabaret Queen (Sean O'Keeffe) 80/1
  • 10th – Shattered Love (Kevin Sexton) 33/1
  • 11th – Alpha Des Obeaux (Jody McGarvey) 80/1
  • 12th – Hogan's Height (Gavin Sheehan) 100/1
  • 13th – Acapella Bourgeois (Danny Mullins) 20/1
  • 14th - Sub Lieutenant (Tabitha Worsley) 50/1
  • 15th – Class Conti (Brian Hayes) 66/1


Part of the excitement of the Randox Grand National is the unexpected twists and turns of the event. The high fences and fast pace means that inevitably some horses pull up and can’t continue, and some jockeys are unhorsed and do not finish the race. There’s everything to play for in this unpredictable race, where the favourite to win could fall at the first hurdle!

  • FELL 1ST Lake View Lad 

  • UR 4TH Magic of Light 

  • UR 11TH Minellacelebration 

  • FELL 12TH Double Shuffle  

  • PU 13TH Anibale Fly 

  • FELL 15TH Canelo 

  • FELL 15TH Ami Desbois

  • PU 17TH Mister Malarky 

  • PU 17TH Takingrisks

  • PU 19TH Ballyoptic 

  • FELL 18TH Vieux Lion Rouge 

  • UR 20TH Yala Enki 

  • PU 21ST Ok Corral 

  • PU 21ST Lord du Mesnil 

  • PU 22nd Bristol de Mai

  • PU 22ND Potters Corner 

  • PU 23RD The Long Mile 

  • PU 26TH Talkischeap 

  • UR 27th Chris's Dream 

  • PU 28TH Cloth Cap 

  • PU 29TH Definitly Red 

  • PU 29TH Tout Est Permis 

  • PU 29TH Kimberlite Candy

  • PU 29TH Milan Native 

  • PU 29TH Give Me A Copper

About the Grand National Race

Grand National Fences

The Grand National fences are arguably the most famous horse racing steeplechases in the world. Dating back to 1829, racing over fences at Aintree Racecourse has evolved over the years, proving to be one of the most challenging tests, over distance, for runners and riders.

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Event History

The history of the Randox Grand National Festival can be traced back to the early 1800's.

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Grand National Classics

The Randox Grand National is a contest like no other.

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