Who’s running in the Grand National 2021?

2021 Confirmed Grand National Runners

  • #1. #1 MINELLA TIMES. Official Rating: 146 / Form: 20-122 / Weight: 10-3 / Age: 8 / Jockey: Rachael Blackmore / Trainer: H De Bromhead.
  • #2. #2 BALKO DES FLOS.
  • #3. #3 ANY SECOND NOW.
  • #4. #4 BURROWS SAINT.
  • #5. #5 FARCLAS.
  • #6. BLAKLION.
  • #7. DISCORAMA.
  • #8. JETT.

Will there be Grand National 2021?

The 2021 Grand National is due to be held in its usual April slot, with the festival starting on Thursday April 8 and running until Saturday April 10, with the main race on the Saturday. Friday (April 9) will be Ladies’ Day as usual, following on from the traditional Liverpool’s Day on the Thursday.

What date is the grand national 2021?

April 10, 2021, 9:15 AM PDT 2021 Grand National/Date

Who rode Minella times?

Rachael Blackmore Rachael Blackmore made history at Aintree as she became the first female jockey to win the Grand National on Minella Times. The Irish rider, 31, was top jockey at the Cheltenham Festival – where she won the Champion Hurdle – and crowned a fabulous season with an historic triumph in the world’s greatest steeplechase.

Who won the last Grand National?

Tiger Roll Past Grand National Winners

Year Horse Jockey
2019 Tiger Roll Davy Russell
2018 Tiger Roll Davy Russell
2017 One For Arthur Derek Fox
2016 Rule The World David Mullins

Is the Grand National 2021 Cancelled?

The event takes place on Sunday 11th April 2021. The race was cancelled last year due to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK, but the runners and riders will be determined to make the most of a return to action in 2021.

Is the Grand National Virtual this year 2021?

When is The Virtual Grand National 2021? The Virtual Grand National takes place on Saturday 10th April 2021. Last year it was the only version of The Grand National that actually ran due to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year it will serve as a prelude to the main, real-world event.

Will Aintree races go ahead 2021?

2021 Grand National at Aintree to go ahead as planned, Jockey Club confirms. The Randox Grand National will go ahead as planned on Saturday after the BHA and the Jockey Club confirmed the meeting would not be postponed following the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday.

Who owns the Grand National winning horse?

Leading owners: Trevor Hemmings – 3 wins (Hedgehunter, 2005; Ballabriggs, 2011, Many Clouds, 2015) Gigginstown House Stud – 3 wins (Rule The World, 2016; Tiger Roll, 2018, 2019)

Who trains Rachael Blackmore?

Henry de Bromhead The six-year-old, trained by Henry de Bromhead, quickly stamped his authority on the two-mile contest after taking the lead at the second-last fence. The 6-5 favourite drew clear of his five rivals in the hands of Rachael Blackmore to score by four and three-quarter lengths from Andy Dufresne.

What price was the Grand National winner?

The winner of this year’s much-anticipated Grand National is set to take home £375,000 in prize money. Aintree’s showpiece event returns to the famous course after last year’s race was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Who came 2nd in the Grand National?

Grand National 2019 Results & Runners

  • 1st – Tiger Roll (Davy Russel) 4-1 Fav.
  • 2nd – Magic of Light (Paddy Kennedy) 66-1.
  • 3rd – Rathvinden (Ruby Walsh) 8-1.
  • 4th – Walk in the Mill (James Best) 25-1.
  • 5th – Anibale Fly (Mark Walsh) 10-1.
  • 6th – One For Arthur (Derek Fox) 25-1.
  • 7th – Regal Encore (Jonathan Burke) 66-1.

Who won the 1983 Grand National?

Corbiere 1983 Grand National

Grand National
Location Aintree Racecourse
Winning horse Corbiere
Starting price 13/1
Jockey Ben de Haan

Who won the Grand National 3 times?

Red Rum It’s been over 40 years since Red Rum recorded the first of the three victories in the Grand National that earned him pride of place in the record books, and immortalised him as one of the greatest steeplechasers in the world. He still remains the only horse to have won the Grand National three times.

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