Where did my horse finish in the Grand National?

Did you back the winner Noble Yeats?


After another thrilling race at Aintree on Saturday, we’ve got another Grand National winner in Noble Yeats to add to the history books. But did you back the 50-1 shot?

You lucky punters had a field day today thanks to Paddy paying six places for the Grand National. So don’t worry if you didn’t get the winner, you could still pocket some cash if your runner placed.


While our busy bodies behind the scenes process all the successful bets, you can work our just how much money is set to drop into your account by working out your winnings using the Paddy Power Bet Calculator.

Still don’t know if your horse finished in the top six? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the results of the Grand National.

Grand National 2022 Result

1 – Noble Yeats (50/1)
2 – Any Second Now (15/2)
3 – Delta Work (10/1)
4 – Santini (33/1)
5 – Fiddlerontheroof (12/1)
6 – Longhouse Poet (12/1)
7 – Freewheelin Dylan
8 – Coko Beach
9 – Escaria Ten
10 – Romain De Senam
11 – Samcro
12 – Commodore
13 – Class Conti
14 – Blaklion
15 – Lostintranslation

Fell – Eclair Surf, Domaine De L’Isle, Death Duty, Agusta Gold, Enjoy D’allen, Kildisart, De Rasher Counter, Mount Ida, Burrows Saint, Run Wild Fred, Minella Times

Pulled Up – Poker Party, Deise Aba, Snow Leopardess, Cloth Cap, Mighty Thunder, Top Ville Ben, Discorama, Good Boy Bobby, Two For gold, Brahma Bull, School Boy Hours

Unseated Rider – Fortescue, Dingo Dollar

Brought Down – Anibale Fly

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While the Grand National may be the biggest horse race of the year, there’s still plenty of quality action to come before the curtain comes down on the National Hunt season. The Easter Festival at Fairyhouse takes place next week, Sandown hosts the Jumps Finale before the brightest and best in the game attempt to plunder big prizes at the Punchestown Festival.

If the Flat is more your sort of thing then the first Classics of the season – the 2000 Guineas and 1000 Guineas at Newmarket – are almost upon us before the Epsom Oaks and Derby in June.

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