Grand National 2016: Results, finishers and fallers in full

A breakdown of where all 39 horses finished in the 2016 Grand national at Aintree

Jack de Menezes
Saturday 09 April 2016 18:17
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Rule The World runs in the pack on his way to Grand National victory
Rule The World runs in the pack on his way to Grand National victory

The 2016 Grand National saw just 16 horses finish the course in an attritional race that resulted in Rule The World triumphing, although it was confirmed that all 39 runners were unharmed from the race.

Here, we recount where all the non-finishers came unstuck.

Fence 1 – Hadrian’s Approach (unseated)

2 – First Lieutenant (fell)

Holywell (fell)

3 – No fallers

4 – No fallers

5 – No fallers

6 – No fallers

7 – No fallers

8 – The Romford Pele (unseated)

9 – No fallers

10 – No fallers

11 – No fallers

12 – Rocky Creek (pulled up)

13 – No fallers

14 – Silviniaco Conti (pulled up)

15 – On His Own (fell)

Sir Des Champs (fell)

16 – No fallers

17 – No fallers

18 – Gallant Oscar (unseated)

19 – Ballynagour (unseated)

20 – No fallers

21 – Wonderful Charm (pulled up)

The Druid’s Nephew (pulled up)

Black Thunder (pulled up)

Soll (pulled up)

Home Farm (pulled up)

22 – Boston Bob (pulled up)

Onenightinvienna (unseated)

Aachen (pulled up)

Katenko (fell)

23 – No fallers

24 – No fallers

25 – No fallers

26 – Double Ross (pulled up)

27 – Kruzhlinin (pulled up)

28 – No fallers

29 – Ballycasey (unseated)

30 – Saint Are (pulled up)

Results

1 Rule The World (33-1)

2. The Last Samuri (8-1JF)

3 Vic's Canvas (100-1)

4 Gilgamboa (28-1)

5 Goonyella (12-1)

6 Ucello Conti

7 Vieux Lion Rouge

8 Morning Assembly

9 Shutthefrontdoor

10 Unioniste

11 Le Reve

12 Buywise

13 Pendra

14 Triolo D'Alene

15 Just A Par

16 Many Clouds

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