Bobbyjo & Paul Carberry 1999

Bobbyjo & Paul Carberry Grand National winners in trained by his father, Tommy, who won in 1975 on L'Escargot.

Seagram & Nigel Hawke 1991

Trained by Toby Balding.

Red Alligator & Brian Fletcher 1968

Grand National winners Red Alligator & Brian Fletcher in Fletcher is one of the most winning-est GN jockeys having won it with Red Rum in 1973 & Red was obviously a lucky colour for him.

Numbersixvalverde & Niall Madden 2006

2006 Irish-trained Grand National winner Numbersixvalverde & Niall 'Slippers' Madden, son of 'Boots' Madden. (Slippers has a younger brother Tom 'Socks' Madden).

Mr Frisk (on the left) & Marcus Armytage 1990

Frisk, the 1990 Grand National winner and current record holder for fastest time 8 minutes and 47 seconds”

Hedgehunter & Ruby Walsh 2005

A full analysis of the Aintree 2005 Grand National, won by Hedgehunter at an SP of Get a synopsis of the whole field, finishers and non-finishers.

Rag Trade & John Burke 1976

Rag Trade & John Burke 1976

L'Escargot & Tommy Carberry 1975

Dual Cheltenham Gold Cup winner L'Escargot jumping Bechers Brook on his way to winning the Grand National in

Glory day: Mr What is paraded through his hometown in Ireland after winning the 1958 Grand National

National treasure finds its natural home as George Freeman MP stumps up for 1958 trophy

A fortnight ago this column included an item about the auction of the owner’s gold trophy for the 1958 Grand National, won by the Arthur Freeman ridden Mr What, which had been saved from the melting pot.

Sundew & Fred Winter 1957

Sundew & Fred Winter - Grand National winners in 1957

Bindaree & Jim Culloty 2002

Nigel-Twiston Davies trained Bindaree & Jim Culloty win the Grand National in 2002

Esha Ness & John White 1993 (Void race)

Esha Ness & John White 1993 (Void race)

Rubstic & Maurice Barnes 1979

The only Scottish trained winner of the Grand National. Rubstic & Maurice Barnes in 1979