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THE 2016 AINTREE GRAND NATIONAL RACE VIDEO


This years Grand National race was won by the Mouse Morris trained Rule The World (33/1), ridden by David Mullins. Remarkably,
this was the first time Rule The World had raced over fences, and also a first ride in the Grand National for the 19-year old jockey.
And second place went to The Last Samurai (8/1), followed by Vice Canvas (100/1) in third, and fourth went to Gigamboa (28/1).
Watch the 2016 Grand National race video on Youtube

The most successful Grand National horse was the Donald McCain trained Red Rum, who won the race an incredible three times:
1973, 1974 and 1977. And Red Rum came second in the Grand National in1975 and 1976. Donald McCain also enjoyed further
success by winning the 2004 Grand National with Amberleigh House. Excluding Red Rum, no other horse has won the Grand National more than once. And his son, Donald Jnr, also found success as a trainer by winning the National with Ballabriggs in 2011.

In 2009, Mon Mome, trained by Venetia Williams, became the longest priced winner of the National in 42 years, winning at 100/1 by
12 lengths.


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