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Grand National 2018: Full result, finishers and fallers – where did your horse finish?

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    Davy Russell (left) claimed his first Grand National win on Saturday

    Tiger Roll, ridden by Davy Russell, won the 2018 Grand National ahead of Pleasant Company after a photo finish at Aintree.

    Bless The Wings beat Anibale Fly to finish third, with Milansbar and Road To Riches completing the top six.

    Saint Are was taken for assessment and treatment but all other horses and jockeys returned safely.

    Find out how your horse fared in the world’s biggest steeplechase.

    Place, horse, odds, jockey

    1. Tiger Roll 10-1 (Davy Russell)

    2. Pleasant Company 25-1 (David Mullins)

    3. Bless the Wings 40-1 (Jack Kennedy)

    4. Anibale Fly 10-1 (Barry Geraghty)

    5. Milansbar 25-1 (Bryony Frost)

    6. Road to Riches 33-1 (Sean Flanagan)

    7. Gas Line Boy 25-1 (Robert Dunne)

    8. Valseur Lido 66-1 (Keith Donoghue)

    9. Vieux Lion Rouge 25-1 (Tom Scudamore)

    10. Raz De Maree 20-1 (Robbie Power)

    11. Seeyouatmidnight 11-1 (Brian Hughes)

    12. Baie Des Iles 16-1 (Ms Katie Walsh)

    Non-finishers:

    Carlingford Lough 33-1 (Mark Walsh) and Childrens List 66-1 (Jonathan Burke) pulled up before the finish line

    29th fence

    Total Recall 7-1 (Paul Townend) – pulled up

    Warriors Tale 33-1 (Sean Bowen) – pulled up

    Pendra 80-1 (Aidan Coleman) – pulled up

    Double Ross 66-1 (Jamie Bargary) – pulled up

    27th fence

    Ucello Conti 16-1 (Daryl Jacob) – unseated rider

    26th fence

    Thunder And Roses 33-1 (J J Slevin) – pulled up

    The Last Samuri 16-1 (David Bass) – pulled up

    Tenor Nivernais 66-1 (Tom O’Brien) – pulled up

    Shantou Flyer 20-1 (James Bowen) – pulled up

    23rd fence

    The Dutchman 20-1 (Harry Cobden) – unseated rider

    18th fence

    Maggio 66-1 (Brendan Powell) – pulled up

    17th fence

    Delusionofgrandeur 50-1 (Henry Brooke) – pulled up

    15th fence

    Chase The Spud 25-1 (Paddy Brennan) – pulled up

    Alpha Des Obeaux 33-1 (Rachael Blackmore) – fell

    Saint Are 50-1 (Ciaran Gethings) – brought down

    8th fence

    Lord Windermere 50-1 (A E Lynch) – unseated rider

    Buywise 50-1 (Adam Wedge) – unseated rider

    Final Nudge 33-1 (Gavin Sheehan) – unseated rider

    7th fence

    Captain Redbeard 20-1 (Sam Coltherd) – unseated rider

    6th fence

    I Just Know 14-1 (Danny Cook) – fell

    Houblon Des Obeaux 25-1 (Charlie Deutsch) – fell

    Virgilio 50-1 (Harry Skelton) – fell

    1st fence

    Blaklion 14-1 (Sam Twiston-Davies) – brought down

    Perfect Candidate 50-1 (Alain Cawley) – fell

    Non-runners:

    Royal Encore and Walk In The Mill

    View the original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/horse-racing/43768373

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/horse-racing/43768373

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