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This years' Aintree Grand National saw the first female jockey to win, Rachel Blackmore, riding Minella Times (11/1) trained by Henry De Broomhead. Second place went to Balko Des Flos (100/1), and Any Second Now (15/2) was third, with Burrows Saint (9/1) fourth and Farclas (16/1) in fifth.
The most successful Grand National racehorse was the Donald McCain trained Red Rum, which won the race an incredible three times: 1973, 1974 and 1977. And Red Rum came second in the Grand National in 1975 and 1976. Donald McCain also enjoyed further success by winning the 2004 Grand National with Amberleigh House. Excluding Red Rum, the only other horse to have won the Grand National more than once was the Gordon Elliot trained Tiger Roll which won in 2018 and 2019.
In 2009, Mon Mome, trained by Venetia Williams, became the longest priced winner of the Grand National in 42 years, winning at 100/1 by 12 lengths.
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