Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Tiger Roll wins Grand National in tight finish

Tiger Roll wins Grand National in tight finish

Watch above as we bring you the highlights of The Randox Health Grand National 2018. "All the way round I couldn't believe how he was going".

"This one is for Pat Smullen".

"It's unbelievable for Davy Russell".

Afterwards he told ITV: I've won this race a thousand times in my head, in my dreams as a child.

"He'd better keep him now!"

"It's been an unbelievable training performance from Gordon to turn him from a Triumph Hurdle victor into a National victor".

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This year Elliott holds a big lead heading into the final weeks and his General Principle narrowly outpointed the Mullins-trained Isleofhopendreams in the Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse on Easter Monday.

"It's a credit to Gordon and his team and the owners", he said.

Saint Are, mewanehile, fell at The Chair, got up and ran loose, then fell at the first fence at the second circuit.

"I'm really proud of him, he jumped fantastic and he's one for next year".

Bless The Wing, another Elliott-trained horse, finished third with Anibale Fly fourth, completing an Irish clean sweep of the places.

Tiger Roll is owned by Irish businessman Michael O'Leary, chief-executive of Ryanair.

The other Scottish runner, Captain Redbeard, trained by Stuart Coltherd near Selkirk, unseated his rider at the seventh.

Bryony Frost was the pick of the three women jockeys in the world's most famous steeplechase - she was fifth aboard Milansbar.

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