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The final ten winners and their pre-race starting prizes as Minella Times and Rachael Blackmore look to retain their crown this weekend


The 2022 Grand National will take center stage this weekend as Minella Times and Rachael Blackmore look to retain their crown.

Blackmore led Minella Times to a thrilling win at Aintree last season as elite action returned after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tiger Roll won the 2018 Grand National

Punters will scramble to pick their winners for this Saturday’s race while raffles will also be held across the country.

Many will be eager to back the favorites and others may consider more outside bets in hopes of winning big.

Winner’s odds from past years don’t help much in deciding who to choose.

Pre-race favorite Tiger Roll took victory in 2019, but underdog 66/1 Auroras Encore took glory in 2013.

In the last 20 Grand Nationals, only four favorites have converted their support into victory.

And over the past few years, we’ve seen plenty of distant odds claim victory with Rule The World and Neptune Collonges both ranked low on the list.

Here are the last ten winners of the famous old-school race and their starting price…

The final ten winners and their pre-race starting prizes as Minella Times and Rachael Blackmore look to retain their crown this weekend

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Blackmore won the Grand National with a shot of 11/1 Minella Times last year

Minella Times – 2021 – 1/11

Rachael Blackmore (jockey), Henry de Bromhead (trainer), JP McManus (owner)

Tiger roll – 2019 – 4/1 F

Davy Russell, Gigginstown House Stud Gordon Elliott

Tiger roll – 2018 – 10/1

Davy Russell, Gigginstown House Stud Gordon Elliott

One for Arthur – 2017 – 14/1

Derek Fox, Lucinda Russell, Deborah Thomson and Belinda McClung

Rule the world – 2016 – 33/1

David Mullins, Mouse Morris, Gigginstown House Stud

Many clouds – 2015 – 25/1

Leighton Aspell, Oliver Sherwood, Trevor Hemmings

Pineau De Re – 2014 – 25/1

Leighton Aspell, Richard Newland, John Provan

Aurora Encore – 2013 – 66/1

Ryan Mania, Sue Smith, Douglas Pryde, Jim Beaumont and David P van der Hoeven

Neptune Collonges – 2012 – 33/1

Daryl Jacob, Paul Nicholls, John Hales

Ballabriggs – 2011 – 14/1

Jason Maguire, Donald McCain Jr, Trevor Hemmings


The final ten winners and their pre-race starting prizes as Minella Times and Rachael Blackmore look to retain their crown this weekend

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A total of 40 runners will start the famous race, which will be screened to millions of people around the world

Superstar Blackmore will aim for more glory at the 2022 Grand National this weekend as she reunites with defending champion Minella Times.

Blackmore has had a stellar few years, his crowning achievement being victory in the showpiece race at Aintree last year.

She became the first female jockey to win the Grand National after guiding Minella Times to a brilliant victory for Henry de Bromhead and JP McManus.

The runners and runners for the 2022 Grand National have yet to be announced.

But it has been confirmed that Blackmore will once again ride Minella Times in Aintree. Minella Times, who will have the highest weight, is currently again priced at 14/1 for glory.

“Rachael will edit Minella Times. He’s back to show me all the right signs at home,” De Bromhead said.

“He loved it last year, but obviously he’s increased a lot in the ratings, so it’s not going to be easy for him.”

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