The Grand National

The Worlds Greatest Steeplechase



The Grand National or the worlds greatest steeplechase as it is often referred to as is a horse race run over steeplechase fences at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool..

The distance run in this race is 4 miles 4 furlongs and is the longest race run in the UK today.

This race is a unique test or horse and rider and the 30 fences that are jumped are a real test of bravery. Unlike most racecourses in the uk the fences are varied in height, width and depth and also the landing side on many of the fences is lower than the take off side and therefore do not offer a view of the landing to the horse.

There are 16 fences and 14 of then are jumped twice, the exceptions being the water and The Chair jumps. This make a total of 30 jumps to be made.

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Full List of Runners & Form

Cloudy Lane 9 11-10 D. McCain Jnr.

A well fancied favourite in last years race who looked well in on the handicap, although he ran well enough never looked as if he was going to win the race. He will be asked to carry almost a stone more weight this year and there is nothing to say that he should be good enough to win with top weight. All that detracts from his form which is good enough in chases. A recent winner of the Peter Marsh chase at Haydock so although not having as good a season as last year he is running well enough. A good horse who has plenty to find from a big weight and it would be a good performance if he made the frame.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Chelsea Harbour 9 11-8 T. Mullins.

Third in the Hennessey Gold Cup in Leopardstown shows that this horse has some ability. He had a run in the Irish national in 2007 and finished 10th. He ran well in last years race to finish in 9th. He has to carry more weight this year and has had a hard season with 9 runs so far. He is well exposed and I can see nothing to suggest that he should get much closer this year.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Soft to Heavy.

Snowy Morning 9 11-8 W.P.Mullins

The Irish stable of Willie Mullins is in great form at the moment and has just had a great run of winners at The Cheltenham Festival. Trained with this race in mind after running really well and finishing third in last years race. Set to carry more weight this year and therefore he will have to improve again on last years effort but he is only 9 years old and could well have enough improvement to win this year. A strong candidate from a stable in form.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Yielding to Heavy.

Knowhere 11 11-7 N.A..Twiston-Davies

Tried for the last two years in this race but unfortunately unseated his rider on both occasions. Put in a better performance at the track in the Old Roan chase beating the smart Exotic Dancer over 2m 4f. The horse is well thought of and he has run in the last two Cheltenham Gold cups finishing 6th to Denman in 2007 and 10 to Kauto Star this year. He has won over 3m2f but looks as if he is best over a shorter distance. As stated he has unseated on his two tries at this race but also pulled up when tried at 3m 5f and he has plenty of weight here.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Soft.

Comply or Die 10 11-6 D. Pipe

Last years winner who has hit a bit of a blind spot in form this season. With his three runs this season and all at Cheltenham,started with a lack lustre effort without his blinkers on. He followed this with another disappointing run but came back to a little form in the William Hill Trophy finishing 7th but looking a little tired at the end of the race. A great horse who won with great merit last year but looks to have a bit to do this year with 11lbs more weight. However Aintree horses run much better here and it may just be that he will sparkle in the race again. Duel winners are rare and you have to go back to the great Red Rum in 1974 for the last time back to back wins were achieved. It would be foolish to write him off and he could well make the frame even given this is a particularly open competitive race this year.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Heavy.

Ollie Magern 11 11-6 N.A. Twiston-Davies

A really good chaser this who has run well in the big races in the past. A duel winner in the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby, and also a winner of the Feltham at Kempton. Not a prolific winner by any means but a horse that runs well in big races and often finds himself at the mercy of the handicapper and so he does again today with plenty of weight to be carried. He has previously run in Gold Cups and King George's and is perhaps just off top class. He has plenty of ability but this race may be a year or two too late for him and also given the weight, he has it all to do today. Best chance would come if it turns out on the fast side of good.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Soft.

Stan 10 11-6 Miss Venetia Williams.

A nice two and a half mile chaser this who is plenty high enough in the weights given he has never won at a distance greater than 2m 5f. Stan has plenty on his plate today and would be a surprise winner.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Heavy.

Black Apalachi 10 11-5 D.T.Hughes.

The best of the Irish raiders and proved that he handles the course earlier in the season winning the Becher Chase over the National fences. This must have been a relief to his connections as he fell at the second fence in last years race, however many horses fall early on in the race due to the pace and not due to the difficult course. Comes here in good form with a win in the Bobbyjo chase in February last time out.
Wins have come on ground ranging from soft to heavy.

Hear the Echo 8 11-5 M.F.Morris

A very impressive winner of the Irish National last season and comes here to take his chance today. A horse that has never run outside his native Ireland before and looks to have plenty to do in this race. At 11st 5lbs he is high enough in the weights and has fallen or unseated his rider 5 times in his career so this must be a worry, added to this he has lost a bit of form this season. A good horse with plenty of stamina, if he takes to Aintree and has a clear round than he could be good enough for this race but do the negatives outweigh the positives?
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Preists Leap 9 11-5 Thomas Gerard O'Leary

A mud lark who would relish a sodden Aintree. With all the weather forecasts reading dry and with Aintree planing to water he will not get the ground he needs today. Although not a prolific winner (4 from 30 starts) he is still very much an unknown quantity. Has shown improvement when wearing blinkers and the best indication of his form might be a move in the betting market.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Soft to Heavy.

My Will : 9 11-1 Paul Nichols

A nice bay gelding who comes here on the back of a good run in the Gold cup. Finishing 5th that day. My Will is a consistent sort who has made the frame on 23 times in his 32 runs however despite that he has not won a race since November 2006 when he won a grade 3 chase at Cheltenham. The main reason for this is probably his consistency in running well in good class, well contested races. A highlight was his second to the smart Exotic Dancer at this meeting last season where he had Our Vic and State of Play in behind.
Acts on most goings and has won on ground ranging from good to heavy.

Eurotrek 13 11-3 P.F.Nicholls

A really nice horse this who is very lightly raced and has had Training problems which means that he has never been able to fulfil his true potential. A winner of the Becher Chase here in 2006 and also a winner of the Totesport classic Chase over 3m 5f. He was pulled up in last years race and has not run since. He is 13 and although stats are there to be broken a 13 year old horse has not won since Sergent Murphy in 1923.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Soft.

State of Play 9 11-2 Evan Williams

A good chaster this trained in South Wales from a trainer who is becoming more and more respected as time goes on. A former winner of the Hennessy at Newbury this horse has the talent to win this race. A winner at Aintree, although not over the National fences shows a liking for the course. He ran a good race when taking the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby in November and had one more race in December before being put away for this race. Therefore he comes here fresh and his connections are very aware that he needs to be fresh to run well. (N.B In the last 10 years all winner ran within 44 days of his last run) If he puts his best foot forward he could well make the frame and would be by no means a surprise winner
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Gd/Sft.

Big Fella Thanks 7 11-1 P. F. Nicholls

A good consistent horse who has only been out of the frame once in his career when unseating his rider at Kempton earlier this year. He has only run 9 times and is only 7 years old. 7 year olds do not win The Grand National and the last one was Bogscar back in 1940. He has done very little wrong in his career so far and looks to be a really good chaster in the making but this may be a year or two too early. He also will carry plenty of weight for a horse this young. All that said stats are to be broken and he does come from the best stable in the country, that of Paul Nicholls, but I would pass on this horse this year.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Soft to Heavy.

Mon Mome 9 11-0 Miss Venetia Williams.

A good young long distance chaser who could be one worth another look at a big price. 10th in Last years race this horse jumped cleverly throughout the race and although he never looked like getting in the frame he finished the race well enough. Finished last of the eight finishes in this years Midlands National but gave almost a stone to every other horse that finished so this can be overlooked. Made a mistake early on in the Welsh National this season and never then really got back on terms with the other runners. This horse deserves a big race win and would enjoy a bit of cut in the ground but should act on a sound surface. Still only 9 years old and is not a very big horse but to me looks the type of horse for this race. Sure to give you a run for your money and could well make the frame and who knows?
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Sft to Heavy.

Silver Birch 12 11-0 Gordon Elliott

Brilliant long distance chaser this a previous winner of the Welsh National in 2004 and winner of this race in 2007. Took over a year off after that race and is a horse that is difficult to keep sound. Has run well in Hunters since his return in February and has had a blow out over hurdles since. At 12 years old we will see no improvement in this horse but if he runs back to his 2007 form he will not have to improve and will be there or thereabouts. He has been given a good racing weight for a previous winner and is not without a chance.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Butler's Cabin 9 10-13 Jonjo O'Neil.

A horse from the mighty O'Neil, J.P.McMannus stable and could well be the choice of A.P.McCoy. Ran well in the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir when 5th at Cheltenham and that may have put his spot on for today's race. A previous winner of The National Hunt Chase Challenge Cup over 4miles + at Cheltenham (March 07) therefore the distance should not be a problem today. He has a good racing weight for this race and looks well supported in the betting marked (Always a good sign from this stable). Has run well with amateur riders in the past. Likes top of the ground so any drying up of the course will help. This horse looks sure to make the frame and with a good round looks a likely winner.
Wins have come on ground ranging from G/F to G/S.

Offshore Account.9 10-13 C.F.Swan

Well here is a real dark horse from Ireland. A really smart novice chaster who had to take the whole of 2008 off. Very much an unknown quantity because since his comeback he has only run in a hurdle race where he ran well enough to show his well being. Only raced once in this country before when he was U/R in a chase at Haydock that was a very well contested race won by Kauto Star and has the likes of Exotic Dancer and Beef or Salmon in the race. He was loosing touch with the runners at the time he unseated his rider so we have little to go on. This horse must have something about him and runs off a good weight. A move in the betting market from his now 33/1 (30/03/09) would increase the confidence. Could just be anything!
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Parsons Legacy 11 10-12 P.J.Hobbs.

A nice enough horse this. Previously 3rd in the Scottish National in 2007. Runs well when fresh and often starts the season with a win. He has been off the track now for 113 days and while the stats say this is not ideal (see State of Play) it is clear it is what this horse needs to put his best foot forward. He comes from the very good Philip Hobbs stable and must be respected, that said he has a bit to find to win this but is running off a good racing weight.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Sft/Hy.

Reveillez 10 10-12 JonJo O'Neil

A very impressive winner of the Chase at this course in 2007and followed up by a good second to Hotweld at Sandown over 3m 5f + a few weeks later. Took the whole of 2008 off and has been a shadow of his former self since his return in two races this year. Unless ridden by retained jockey A.P.McCoy then I think he can be overlooked.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Fm to Gd / Soft

Fundamentalist 11 10-11 N.A. Twiston-Davies

A nice enough chaser this but he is well exposed and would have something to do to get in the shake up here. He fell at the 3rd last year which is too early in the race to make any real judgement. He has won two veterans chases this year so he is in good enough form but would have to show much improvement to be in the shake up here and it is not very likely at 11 years old.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Gd/Soft

Golden Flight 10 10-11 N.J.Henderson.

Recent French import into the form yard of Nicky Henderson. Only 12th in his only race in this country at Cheltenham in the William Hill Trophy over 3 miles and half a furlong. Loves soft ground and has it all to do here. Very much an unknown and would be a surprise winner.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Soft to Heavy

L'Ami 10 10-11 E. Bolger

Fell at the second in this race last year and 10th in 2007, this 10 year old is becoming a regular at this. A good chaser who has also run twice in the Cheltenham Gold Cup finishing 4th in 2006 and 7th a year later. The horse went off the boil last season and has been run in cross country chases this season with renewed vigour. 4th and then 2nd at Cheltenham in November and December was followed by a win in Punchestown over three miles he then returned to Cheltenham for the festival cross country and again finished second to the smart Garde Champetre. I have never really fancied this horse as a National type but this season he looks the type to jump the fences. In previous years he was asked to carry more weight than he has to this year so if he is to win, this could be his year. If chosen by A.P.McCoy his odds will tumble. He would not be a surprise winner for me but still has something to find. Just one note on the downside he has a poor run/win ratio with only 4 win from 46 runs
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Soft to Sft/Heavy

Battlecry 8 10-10 N.A Twiston-Davies

Nice enough chaser this who was third at the 2008 festival in the Royal and Sun Alliance chase and followed that up with a good second in the Mildmay Novices a month later here. Although 8 year olds have won this race they are not very prolific as the race seems to need the experience that they lack. He has only run in 13 chases and is only a winner of one of them. He has a nice racing weight but I am not sure that will make up for his lack of experience. He comes from a twice National winning stable who's last win was with 8year old the very good Bindaree (who had run 23 times and won 7) so they should know a good Aintree horse when they see one. With all that said this horse is not without a chance.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Gd/Sft.

Cornish Sett 10 10-10 P.F.Nicholls

Lovely chaser this to have as your second/third sting from the best stable in the country. 12th in this race last year. Had a good run in the Welsh National where he was second improving on his 8th the season before. He is racing off a good weight and is better this year than last year so an improvement in position should be forthcoming. He is another who will like the ground and has good sound place claims.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Soft.

Fleet Street 10 10-10 N.J.Henderson

A lightly raced 10 year old with only 19 runs. He has had problems but thanks to the perseverance of his connections he comes here in good form with 9 races this year (4 This season). He is something of an unknown really and we can't know how good he really is but on his form he seems below this class at this distance. Although he has won over 3 miles he has looked better over a shorter trip.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Gd/Sft

Musica Bella 9 10-10 F-M Cottin

French raider who loves soft ground comes here with some good wins but all at distances below three miles which suggests that he may not stay this gruelling trip. An unknown quantity in this race and would be a surprise winner.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Soft to Heavy

Can't Buy Time 7 10-9 JonJo O'Neill

C Consistent horse this but a 7 year old and they have a poor record in this race. He has not done much in his racing so far but on the other hand he has not done much wrong either. If the stable jockey A.P.McCoy picks to ride this one (I think unlikely) then that would be the best thing in his favour. Best watched this year for future Nationals.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Gd/Sft

Darkness 10 10-9 C.R.Egerton

A lightly raced chaser this who has had problems in the past. He was pulled up in The 2006 Scottish National and then took over a year off before returning with a good run at Haydock earlier this season. He then ran in the Welsh National and did not run any sort of race, but then came back to form by winning a chase in Newbury in good style. His recent wins have all come in relatively small fields and his disappointments have been in large fields over longer distances which suggests he should not like this race, however he is still unexposed and is probably better that his current handicap mark. This means that he has a good weight in this race and could be one of the dark horses although I am bound to say that this does not look the type of race for this horse.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Soft.

Irish Invader 8 10-9 W.P.Mullins

Another Irish raider from the powerful Willie Mullins yard. A young consistent horse who although he has won over three miles looks better at the shorter distances. There is a theory that two and a half mile horses get the four and a half mile trip as they have the speed for the race and are able to take a breather in the race. There is nothing in recent National winning form to suggest this and this distance looks too far for this horse. It would be foolish to say he has no chance as a trainer as good as Willie Mullins would not run a horse with no chance but others in the race have much more appeal.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Rambling Minster 11 10-9 K.G.Reveley

A nice bay gelding who seems to be running into form at the right time. A good win in a 3 mile 2 furlong chase at Cheltenham in January was followed up a month later with a win in the Blue Square Gold Cup Chase at Haydock with some good horses in behind (Miko De Beauchene 3rd, Nenuphar Collonges 6th and Character Building 9th). Pulled up in the Scottish National last year on G/F ground. A good horse and not without a chance here today.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Southern Vic 10 10-9 T.M.Walsh

Another Irish raider with good consistent form. He has done all his racing in Ireland with the exception of a run in the Becher chase over this course in November. He unseated his rider at the Canal Turn that day when running well so it is a bit difficult to fully assess that form. He is another who looks like the national type of horse and any strong support should be noted. A good horse with a good chance of being there at the business end of the race.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Yielding to Heavy.

Kilbeggan Blade 10 10-7 T.R.George.

A real proper long distance chaser this bay gelding. A winner of 8 of his 31 runs and not one of them a distance below 3 miles and including 2 wins over 3m6f and 1 over 3m5f. He looks like the right type of horse for this race and he is spot on in the weights. I think this horse is one of the more forgotten contenders and his connections look to have made a good jockey booking in Graham Lee who won the National on Amberleigh House in 2004. He pulled up in last years Scottish national but it would seem that the firm ground did not suit him. He comes to this race in good form and has been running in chases and also hurdles this season which is something common now. Looks like one of the leading contenders to me and should get in the frame and could well be the winner. Any move in the market should not be ignored.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Brooklyn Brownie 10 10-5 J.M.Jefferson

Comes here today on the back of a good second in The Grand Sefton Chase over these fences in November, however The National is quite a different race from that 2mile 5 furlong race. Brooklyn Brownie is a horse that has some good form, he has never fallen and is a good cleaver jumper. He would have to improve on what we have seen so far but not impossible.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm to Gd/Sft.

Himalayan Trail 10 10-6 P.J.H.Wills

A lightly raced 10 year old who is a former very impressive winner of the Midlands National last season. He was sold after that race and looks to have taken some time to settle down since. His form has been in and out since his move but he did show some of his old form in the Becher chase over these fences in November when finishing 5th. Since then he has run some lacklustre races but he has had this race in mind since he was bought from the Sue Smith yard. It could just be that this course and race will suit him and bring out the best in him but you would have to take a chance that he can shake off his most recent runs where he was below par. He does have a good racing weight in this race.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Arteea 10 10-5 D.E.Pipe.

Now trained by David Pipe from Michael Hourigans stable. Has only tried 3+ miles twice in career and looked wanting. Much better over a shorter distance and looks to have little chance even from a low weight.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Yielding to Heavy

Cerium 8 10-5 Paul Murphy

Only won over 2m3f previously and looks out of his depth here. Would be a surprise if he made the frame.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy

Idle Talk 10 10-5 D. McCain Jnr.

A decent novice chaser who has not quite lived up to expectations. He unseated his rider in 2007 but ran well enough for a long way before weakening and finishing 14th last year. Running of a lower weight this year he could improve on that running and looks like one of the better outsiders at the bottom of the weights.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Soft

Kelami 11 10-5 Mrs L.Williams

Pulled up in 2007 and unseated his rider in 2008. Has not won since October 2006 in a French three horse race. He was well thought of in his earlier days buy he has had 52 runs with only 4 wins and I can't see him getting in the frame.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Soft

Zabenz 12 10-5 P.Hobbs

Last win was back in 2005. Has not run since April 2007 shortly after his run in that years National where he was pulled up. Nothing to suggest he should make the frame.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Firm to Soft

Maljimar 9 10-4 Nick Williams.

Had not run in distance races until last month when tried at 3m1f at the festival and was second to Wichita Lineman. He looked the winner that day but seemed to idle in front suggesting he might get further. Off this low weight if he gets the full trip he looks likely to run well and could be one of the horses to make the frame. Even though he is not sure to stay he looks one of the better of the low weights.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Gd/Fm / Gd/Soft

Companero 9 10-3 J.Howard Johnson

Extremely lightly raced 9 year old but in his 7 races he has never been out of the frame. Only three chase runs and he has won two of them. He should be too inexperienced to run into a place here but he is so unexposed that it is difficult to weigh up his chances therefore there would be a lot to take on trust..
Wins have come on ground ranging from Yielding to Heavy

Pomme Tiepy 6 10-3 W.P.Mullins.

6 Years old. Last six year old to win the race was in 1915. Despite reasonable form he looks to have little chance.
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

Niche Market 8 10-3 R.H.Buckler

Young horse who looks like he could turn out to be a good long distance chaser. Only 1 win in his 13 race career but has come close on other occasions. Could well be on the upgrade and better than his handicap mark shows today but has not yet gone and done enough to warrant any confidence. If he continues to improve could be one for the future.
Win was on good/soft.

Mattock Ranger 9 10-3 Noel Meade

A winner of the Cork Grand National last November over 3m 6f. Poor recent form with 4 pulled up's in last 5 runnings means that he must be overlooked today
Wins have come on ground ranging from Good to Heavy.

That should be all the runners but I will update the night before the race.

More Stats for you.

The Grand National has some of the most unique fences anywhere in the country and horses must be able to jump really well. With that in mind here is a list of runners that have never fallen in their career: -

Comply or Die (last years winner)
State of play
Silver Birch (Winner 2007)
Parson's legacy
Fleet Street
Can't Buy Time
Rambling Minster
Killbeggan Blade
Brooklyn Brownie
Himalayan Trail

Horses with the highest run to win ratio

Companero (71%)
Darkness (47%)
Golden Flight (42%)
Eurotrek (41%)
Cloudy Lane (40%)
Cerium (36%)
Snowy Morning (35%)
Comply or Die (34%)

2009 Grand National

Full result

Note (Where horse has pulled up it is noted as pulled up before i.e. Eurotrek was pulled up before the 17th fence).

2009 Grand National Winner

Mon Mome (FR) SP 100/1

   9   11-0    Miss Venetia Williams    Liam Treadwell   

2009 Grand National Second

Comply Or Die (IRE) SP 14/1

   10   11-6b    D E Pipe    Timmy Murphy   

2009 Grand National Third

My Will (FR) SP 8/1

   9   11-4    P F Nicholls    R Walsh   

2009 Grand National Fourth

State Of Play SP 14/1

   9   11-2    Evan Williams    Paul Moloney   


Cerium (FR) SP 100/1    8   10-5    Paul Murphy    Keith Mercer   


Big Fella Thanks SP 14/1    7   11-1    P F Nicholls    Christian Williams   


Butler's Cabin (FR) SP 7/1F    9   10-13p    Jonjo O'Neill    A P McCoy   


Southern Vic (IRE) SP 33/1    10   10-9    T M Walsh    N P Madden   


Snowy Morning (IRE) SP 33/1    9   11-8t    W P Mullins    Andrew J McNamara   


Arteea (IRE) SP 200/1    10   10-5    D E Pipe    J W Farrelly   


Irish Invader (IRE) SP 16/1    8   10-9    W P Mullins    P Townend   


Idle Talk (IRE) SP 66/1    10   10-5p    D McCain Jnr    Brian Harding   


Darkness SP 16/1    10   10-9p    C R Egerton    Wayne Hutchinson   


Preists Leap (IRE) SP 100/1    9   11-5b    Thomas Gerard O'Leary    P T Enright   


Offshore Account (IRE) SP 20/1    9   10-13    C F Swan    D J Casey   


Battlecry SP 33/1    8   10-10    N A Twiston-Davies    Tom Scudamore   


Cornish Sett (IRE) SP 33/1    10   10-10b    P F Nicholls    Nick Scholfield   

1st Fence

Golden Flight (FR) SP 66/1    10   10-11    N J Henderson    B J Geraghty    F
Himalayan Trail SP 28/1    10   10-6t    James Joseph Mangan    P W Flood    F

2nd Fence

Brooklyn Brownie (IRE) SP 22/1    10   10-6    J M Jefferson    Phil Kinsella    F
Ollie Magern SP 66/1    11   11-6    N A Twiston-Davies    Mr S Waley-Cohen    F

3rd Fence

Reveillez SP 100/1    10   10-12tp    Jonjo O'Neill    M P Walsh    BD
Chelsea Harbour (IRE) SP 40/1    9   11-8    Thomas Mullins    E Mullins    F

4th Fence

All Jumped

5th Fence

All Jumped

6th Fence

All Jumped

7th Fence

Stan (NZ) SP 50/1    10   11-6    Miss Venetia Williams    A Coleman    F

8th Fence

All Jumped

9th Fence

All Jumped

10th Fence

All Jumped

11th Fence

All Jumped

12th Fence

All Jumped Musica Bella (FR) SP 66/1    9   10-10t    F-M Cottin    P A Carberry    F

13th Fence

All Jumped

14th Fencw

All Jumped

15th Fence

Cloudy Lane SP 50/1    9   11-10    D McCain Jnr    Jason Maguire    UR

16th Fence

Zabenz (NZ) SP 100/1    12   10-5b    P J Hobbs    T J O'Brien    F

17th Fence

Eurotrek (IRE) SP 80/1    13   11-3    P F Nicholls    Sam Thomas    PU

18th Fence

Fleet Street SP 100/1    10   10-10    N J Henderson    Andrew Tinkler    UR
Can't Buy Time (IRE) SP 33/1    7   10-9    Jonjo O'Neill    Noel Fehily    F

19th Fence

Rambling Minster SP 8/1    11   10-9    K G Reveley    James Reveley    PU

20th Fence

All Jumped

21st Fence

Kilbeggan Blade SP 20/1    10   10-7    T R George    G Lee    PU
Fundamentalist (IRE) SP 100/1    11   10-11t    N A Twiston-Davies    David England    PU

22nd Fence

Parsons Legacy (IRE) SP 20/1    11   10-12    P J Hobbs    Richard Johnson    F
Kelami (FR) SP 200/1    11   10-5    Mrs L Williamson    Derek Laverty    PU
Silver Birch (IRE) SP 40/1    12   11-0t    Gordon Elliott    R M Power    F
Black Apalachi (IRE) SP 11/1    10   11-5p    D T Hughes    Denis O'Regan    UR

23rd Fence

All Jumped

24th Fence

All Jumped

25th Fence

Knowhere (IRE) SP 50/1    11   11-7    N A Twiston-Davies    P J Brennan    PU

26th Fence

All Jumped

27th Fence

All Jumped

28th Fence

All Jumped

29th Fence

All Jumped

30th Fence

L'Ami (FR) SP 16/1    10   10-11    E Bolger    Robert Thornton    PU

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