Grand National 2014 finishing order: Where did your horse finish?

A complete run-down of the finishers in the 167th Grand National

Saturday 05 April 2014 18:13
Pineau De Re wins the 2014 Grand National
Pineau De Re wins the 2014 Grand National

2014 Crabbie's Grand National - where they finished:

1st PINEAU DE RE 25-1

2nd Balthazar King 14-1 5 Lengths

3rd Double Seven 10-1JF 1 1/4 Lengths

4th Alvarado 33-1 10 Lengths

5th Rocky Creek 16-1 2 1/2 Lengths

6th Chance Du Roy 33-1 Short Head

7th Monbeg Dude 16-1 3 Lengths

8th Raz De Maree 50-1 16 Lengths

9th Swing Bill 66-1 Short Head

10th Kruzhlinin 100-1 4 1/2 Lengths

11th Buckers Bridge 66-1 2 1/2 Lengths

12th The Package 14-1 18 Lengths

13th Vesper Bell 40-1 6 Lengths

14th Across The Bay 50-1 2 Lengths

15th Mr. Moonshine 20-1 7 Lengths

16th Prince De Beauchene 20-1 37 Lengths

17th Hunt Ball 50-1 33 Lengths

18th Hawkes Point 50-1 1 Length

Read More: Pineau De Re romps home to victory


Fence One: Twirling Magnet (fell)

Fence Two: Burton Port (unseated)

Fence Three: Big Shu (fell)

Fence Six: (Becher's Brook): Last Time D'Albain (unseated)

Fence Eight: Tidal Bay (unseated), Our Father (unseated), Golan Way (fell)

Fence Nine: Long Run (fell), The Rainbow Hunter (unseated), Mountainous (fell)

Fence 15: (The Chair): Teaforthree (fell)

Fence 20: Shakalakaboomboom (pulled up)

Fence 21: Quito De La Roque (pulled up)

Fence 22: One In A Milan (fell), Triolo D'Alene (pulled up)

Fence 25: Colbert Station (pulled up)

Fence 26: Rose Of The Moon (fell), Vintage Star (pulled up)

Fence 27: Lion Na Bearnai (pulled up)

Fence 28: Wayward Prince (fell)

Fence 29: Walkon (pulled up)

Refused to race: Battle Group

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