1987 Grand National Results

Maori Venture won the 1987 Grand National in a time of nine minutes 19.3 seconds which was then the third fastest time on record. A maximum field of 40 competitors saw 22 cross the finish line, very sadly a popular grey horse Dark Ivy, who was…

1986 Grand National Results

The 1986 Grand National was won by West Tip in a time of 9 minutes and 33 seconds. The 9 year old West Tip, was owned by Mr P Laff, trained by M Oliver and ridden by Richard Dunwoody. The turf on the day was ‘good to soft’ and ‘Tippy’…

1985 Grand National Results

The 1985 Grand National was won by 11 year old Last Suspect in a time of 9 minutes and 42.7 seconds. The horse was owned by Anne, Duchess of Westminster, trained by Capt. TA Forster and ridden by Hywel Davies. A shock winner at a price…

1984 Grand National Results

In 1984 Hallo Dandy won the Seagram sponsored Grand National in a time of nine minutes and 21.4 seconds. The field was limited for the first time to a maximum of 40 runners, of which 23 completed the course, setting the record for most finishers…

1983 Grand National Results

The 1983 Grand National was won by Corbiere in a time of nine minutes and 47.4 seconds. His trainer Jenny Pitman has the distinction of being the first woman ever to train a Grand National winner. He was owned by Mr S Burrough and ridden by…

1982 Grand National Results

Grittar won the 1982 Grand National in a time of 9 minutes and 12.6 seconds winning a prize of £52,507 for his owner. Nine year old Grittar was owned and trained by Frank H Gilman and ridden by amateur jockey Dick Saunders. Saunders would become…
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1981 Grand National Results

The 1981 Grand National was won by the gelding Aldaniti, in a time of 9 minutes, 47.2 seconds, the going on race day was ‘Good‘. Aldaniti was owned by S.N. Embiricos who won a prize of £50,324, he was trained by Josh Gifford and paired…

1980 Grand National Results

Ben Nevis won the 1980 Grand National in a time of 10 minutes and 17.4 seconds. The 12 year old was owned by Mr R C Stewart, trained by Capt. T Forster and ridden by amateur American jockey Mr C Fenwick. 30 competitors started the race but only…