Red Rum
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Red Rum – The Legendary Three Time Grand National Winner

He is the greatest Grand National winner of all time but what is the full story behind the legendary Red Rum and his trainer Ginger McCain?
Foinavon lands in the lead.
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Foinavon

On April 8, 1967, the unfancied 100/1 shot 'Foinavon' shocked the Nation with an epic win at Aintree. Defying the odds, Foinavon plodded to victory in the Grand National after all the other runners fell! Even after being gifted a massive…

Many Clouds

The 2015 Grand National winner, Many Clouds is heading back to Aintree to retain his crown in a bid to become the first horse since Red Rum to win back-to-back Grand Nationals. Defying all the stats and trends that usually ear mark a…

Pineau De Re

At 11-years-old, the 2014 Crabbies Grand National was the first time Pineau De Re had received an entry and with his place fully secured it looked like it was full steam ahead for the horse whose odds just kept dropping! Trained by Dr…

Night In Milan

When Night In Milan won the Grimthorpe Chase at Doncaster back in March 2014 nobody really thought he would make the line-up for the 2014 Crabbies Grand National despite the fact that he'd been given an entry. That was primarily because he…
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Auroras Encore

Trained by Sue Smith, Auroras Encore is her second confirmed runner for the 2013 Grand National which is fantastic news

Dont Push It – 2010 Grand National Winner

Don't Push It is a smart novice chaser, who in the 2006-07 season lost by just three quarters of a length to Denman in the Jim Brown Memorial Chase at Cheltenham. He proved a frustrating bet for punters following his promising beginnings,…
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Mon Mome – 2009 Grand National Winner

Mon Mome (Our Kid) became the first 100-1 shot to win the Grand National since Foinavon's lucky win at the Aintree course in 1967, when a loose horse caused a pile up at a fence and left Foinavon with a clear run to the finishing line. In…

Comply Or Die – 2008 Grand National Winner

Comply or Die is the thoroughbred racehorse which won the 2008 Grand National and finished second in the 2009 race. On 5th April 2008 The 7-1 joint favourite Comply Or Die won four lengths ahead of King Johns Castle (20-1), ridden by Paul Carberry,…