Horses Grand National 2016: Rule The World (D J Mullins) wins at 33-1 Winners List

Horses Grand National 2016: Rule The World (D J Mullins) wins at 33-1 Winners List :- This year will be like 1998 and 2001 again if the rain keeps going. The race has been moved back a hour from its standard time with an end goal to permit more punters to watch it live – particularly, the a large number of games fans who are generally confined somewhere around 3pm and 5pm at football games. The begin time is 5.15pm.


The race will be demonstrated live on Channel 4, with scope fronted by Clare Balding, with radio scope on BBC Five Live. In 2015, 8.9m viewers watched the race on the channel.

Alongside those watching at home a 70,000 in number group will be at Aintree racecourse to support the steeds from the primary wall to the last furlong.

The Grand National is interested in seven-year-olds and upwards which have been put to begin with, second, third or fourth in a pursuit of three miles or increasingly and which have an a rating of 120 or all the more as indicated by the British Horseracing Authority.

Grand National 2016 Winners

Vics Canvas was third at 100-1 and Gilgamboa (28-1) fourth.

1. Rule the World (D J Mullins) 33-1

2. The Last Samuri (D Bass) 8-1 Jtfav

3. Vics Canvas (R T Dunne) 100-1

4. Gilgamboa (R M Power) 28-1

5. Goonyella (J Burke) 12-1

Grand National 2016 Circuit


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169: This will be the 169th edition of the race

1839: Year the race was first staged

4: Miles to be covered by the horses – plus two furlongs and 74 yards

30: Fences to be cleared

40: Horses that are expected to start

£500m: Amount Britain bets on race day

600m: Worldwide TV viewers

£1m: Prize money on offer

150,000: Spectators who visit Aintree over the three-day Festival

80: Horses to have died in the race since it was first run

1: Jockey to have died as a result of injuries sustained in the race (Joe Wynne in 1862)

100/1: Five horses have won at odds of 100/1 – Mon Mome (2009), Foinavon (1967), Caughoo (1947), Gregalach (1929) and Tipperary Tim (1928)

Grand National 2016 Runners

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This is not really astonishing as the game has turned out to be perpetually proficient and the prize cash, now over £1 million under the sponsorship of Crabbie’s, has risen so significantly that couple of mentors or proprietors will depend potential victors to racers still saw in a few quarters as to be unpracticed or part-clocks.

There’s a deferral before the begin, as Nico de Boinville bounces off Different Gravey and brings another circumference, after the first snapped. Substantial most loved Thistlecrack is holding up quietly…