Here you can view all the past Grand National winners dating back to 1960. Can you spot a few household favourites? Red Rum in 73, 74 and 77 and who could forget Bob Champion’s classic ride on Aldaniti in 1981.

To read more about each Grand National winner just click on the horses name below.

Grand National Winners 1960 ~ 2015
2015 ? ? ? ?
2014 Pineau De Re Leighton Aspell Dr R. Newland 25/1
2013 Auroras Encore Ryan Mania Sue Smith 66/1
2012 Neptune Collonges Daryl Jacob Paul Nicholls 33/1
2011 Ballabriggs Jason Maguire Donald McCain Jnr 14/1
2010 Don’t Push It A.P. McCoy Jonjo O’Neill 25/1
2009 Mon Mome Liam Treadwell Venetia Williams 100/1
2008 Comply or Die Timmy Murphy David Pipe 7/1
2007 Silver Birch Robbie Power Gordon Elliott 33/1
2006 Numbersixvalverde Niall Madden Martin Brassil 11/1
2005 Hedgehunter Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 7/1 f
2004 Amberleigh House Graham Lee Donald McCain 16/1
2003 Monty’s Pass B.Geraghty Jimmy Mangan 16/1
2002 Bindaree Jim Culloty N.Twiston-Davies 20/1
2001 Red Marauder Richard Guest Norman Mason 33/1
2000 Papillon Ruby Walsh Ted Walsh 10/1
1999 Bobbyjo Paul Carberry T. Carberry 10/1
1998 Earth Summit Carl Llewellyn N Twiston-Davies 7/1 f
1997 Lord Gyllene Tony Dobbin S.Brookshaw 14/1
1996 Rough Quest Mick Fitzgerald Terry Casey 7/1 f
1995 Royal Athlete Jason Titley Jenny Pitman 14/1
1994 Miinnehoma R. Dunwoody Martin Pipe 16/1
1992 Party Politics Carl Llewellyn Nick Gaselee 14/1
1991 Seagram Nigel Hawke David Barons 12/1
1990 Mr Frisk M. Armytage Kim Bailey 16/1
1989 Little Polveir Jimmy Frost Toby Balding 28/1
1988 Rhyme n Reason Brendan Powell David Elsworth 10/1
1987 Maori Venture Steve Knight Andrew Turnell 28/1
1986 West Tip R. Dunwoody Michael Oliver 15/2
1985 Last Suspect Hywel Davies Tim Forster 50/1
1984 Hallo Dandy Neale Doughty Gordon Richards 13/1
1983 Corbiere Ben de Haan Jenny Pitman 13/1
1982 Grittar Dick Saunders Frank Gilman 7/1 f
1981 Aldaniti Bob Champion Josh Gifford 10/1
1980 Ben Nevis C.Fenwick Tim Forster 40/1
1979 Rubstic Maurice Barnes J. Leadbetter 25/1
1978 Lucius Bob Davies G.Richards 14/1
1977 Red Rum Tommy Stack Donald McCain 9/1
1976 Rag Trade John Burke Fred Rimmell 14/1
1975 L’Escargot T. Carberry Dan Moore 13/2
1974 Red Rum Brian Fletcher Donald McCain 11/1
1973 Red Rum Brian Fletcher Donald McCain 9/1 f
1972 Well To Do G. Thorner Tim Forster 14/1
1971 Specify John Cook John Sutcliffe 28/1
1970 Gay Trip Pat Taaffe Fred Rimmell 15/1
1969 Highland Wedding Eddie Harty Toby Balding 100/9
1968 Red Alligator Brian Fletcher Denys Smith 100/7
1967 Foinavon J. Buckingham John Kempton 100/1
1966 Anglo Tim Norman Fred Winter 50/1
1965 Jay Trump Tommy Smith Fred Winter 100/6
1964 Team Spirit G. Robinson Fulke Walwyn 18/1
1963 Ayala Pat Buckley Keith Piggott 66/1
1962 Kilmore Fred Winter Ryan Price 28/1
1961 Nicolaus Silver Bobby Beasley Fred Rimmel 28/1
1960 Merryman II Gerry Scott Neville Crump 13/2

The public love affair for the Grand National is directly tied in to the nail-biting excitement of the race. Visually the spectacle is awe inspiring, as 40 horses charge up on the first fence the nervous anticipation of the crowd waiting to see if their horse makes it safely over is palpable even to those watching on TV. As the runners approach the fearsome Brecher’s Brook the excitement builds again. Twice around the course and the remaining horses are heading towards the ‘Elbow’ and the history books.

The Grand National has lots of famous winners in its history. Last years winner Auroras Encore (66/1) is clearly the example of how the race can still spring a surprise or two, although there have been bigger priced winners in recent years, like Mon Mome in 2009 the majority for winners come home at double digit odds. The reason why Mon Mome had odds of 100/1 was primarily due to him being a Frence bred horse. Throughout the entire history of the Grand National, there had only been three previous winners that were French. Remember you can read more about each Grand National winner by clicking on the horses name.