Mike Tindell, Zara Phillips and friends celebrate Monbeg Dude's third placing in the Grand National 2015

Grand National 2015: Mike Tindall wins more than £100,000 as Monbeg Dude comes third

The former rugby player was seen celebrating wildly with wife Zara Phillips

Animal rights campaigners criticise 'exploitative' racing industry over death of Seedling at Aintree

The horse fell at the second-to-last hurdle in the first race of Grand National day

AP McCoy congratulates Leighton Aspell on his Grand National victory

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Horses line-up for the start of the Grand National

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Eventual winner Many Clouds leaps over the Water Jump

Grand National 2015: Many Clouds and Leighton Aspell's victory in pictures

Aspell secures a second straight Grand National victory

Many Clouds and Leighton Aspell win the Grand National

Grand National 2015 results: Many Clouds wins in thrilling finish as its Groundhog Day for disbelieving Leighton Aspell

Many Clouds beat Saint Are into second with Monbeg Dude third while AP McCoy was only able to finish fifth on Shutthefrontdoor

Many Clouds and Leighton Aspell win the 2015 Grand National
Tony McCoy and Don Cossack on their way to victory in the Melling Chase on Friday

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