Grand National 2023 LIVE RESULTS: Rachael Blackmore suffers nasty crash, confirmed runners and drivers & Templegate tips

THIS YEAR’S Grand National, with all its excitement, surprises, twists and turns, looks set to be one for the ages – and it all starts later TODAY.

Rachael Blackmore’s horse Ain’t That A Shame has been retired and is now a Delta Work co-favourite.

Can she win it for the second time in three years after taking over the world at the Minella Times in 2021?

However, one horse, Escaria Ten, dropped out due to lameness.

Sun Racing will guide you every step of the way with the biggest and best live blog – and don’t forget to check out our free bet offers and Templegate tips.


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  • Blackmore has another nasty fall

    Rachael Blackmore had a nasty fall on Cool Survivor in the 3pm

    Thankfully, both rider and horse seem to be doing well.

    Dark Raven also crashed in this race.

  • Aintree – 15.00 – result

    1. Irish point
    2. Kateira
    3. Hermes Allen
  • Aintree – 3pm

    As they head towards the end, Irish Point leads.

    Hermes Allen is in third place.

    Kateira is in second place.

  • Aintree – 3pm

    You Wear It Well leads from Authorized Speed.

    Hermes Allen is in third place.

    Three more fences are still pending.

  • Aintree – 3pm

    Your Wear It Well leads from Hermes Allen.

    As they approach the seventh fence.

    Dark Raven falls and is out of the race.

  • Aintree – 3pm

    Short-lived joy for Stoney Man, who now sits in the back.

    Except for the horse behind, they are all fairly close together.

    You Wear It Well leads from Hermes Allen.

  • Aintree – 15.00

    We are in the third race of the day.

    Stony Man takes the lead from the off.

    You Wear It Well then moves forward.

    Authorized Speed ​​also makes a good start.

  • Aintree – 15.00

    Here are the odds for the next race from Betway.

    Dark Raven 10-3

    Hermes Allen 7-2

    Irish point 13-2

    They carry it well 13-2

    Let’s be clear about that 17-2

    Springwell Bay 9-1

    Authorized Speed ​​12-1

    Kateira 12-1

    Cool Survivor 16-1

    Crambo 16-1

    Blow your bunch 25-1

    Uncle Bert 66-1

    Hallwood 80-1

    Stony Man 150-1

  • Aintree – 14.25 – result

    1. West Balboa
    2. Throbbing Poet
    3. mill green
    4. Good time Jonny
  • Aintree – 14.25

    Three more jumps and they start picking up the pace.

    West Balbao leads ahead of Outlaw Peter.

    It looks like it’s going to win this one.

  • Aintree – 14.25

    Glimpse of Gala now leads on the back straight.

    Outlaw Peter is in second place.

    Au Fleuron is putting pressure on the lead.

    Good Time Jonny is trying to move forward.

  • Aintree – 14.25

    Penultimate is the winner of last year’s Party Business race.

    In the direction of flight number seven, Outlaw Peter is still leading.

    The jockeys seem to be keeping their horses well in step as the field is tightly grouped.

  • Aintree – 14.25

    Outlaw Peter performs from Glimpse Of Gala.

    It’s a tight pile at the top, so taking the fences well is important.

    Outlaw Peter extends his lead over Glimpse of Gala by a length.

  • Aintree – 14.25

    We are in the second race of the day.

    A much bigger field in this one with lots of rides.

    There are no false starts here, which is always a positive sight.

    Henry’s Friend seemed very interested in going there.

  • Aidan is off to a successful start

    Aidan Coleman showed why he was so popular in that first race.

    Dominate the field in the final stages to romp home.

    Could it be the conditions to race with the favorites today looking at the first race could be the way forward.

    Photo credit: Reuters
  • Aintree 14.25

    Here are the entries and odds for the next race at Aintree:

    Good time Jonny 5-1

    West Balboa 6-1

    Mexico 15-2

    A waistline 8-1

    Party business 8-1

    Mill Green 12-1

    Lawless Peter 12-1

    Au Flueron 14-1

    Gatsby Gray 14-1

    Henry’s friend 16-1

    Vina Ardanza 16-1

    Bardenstown Young 20-1

    Moon Chaser 22-1

    Erne River 25-1

    Starzov 28-1

    Look at Gala 33-1

    Itchy Feet 33-1

    Throbbing Poet 33-1

    Regarding Ruth 50-1

    Dolphin Square 66-1

    Gaelic Coast 66-1

    Dallas Des Pictons 100-1

    All odds are brought to you by Grosvenor Casinos.

  • Jonbon shows good form

    Heavy favorite Jonbon showed his metal with Aidan Coleman, initially chasing Marvel De Cerisy.

    After taking the lead, it opened a gap and won the race quite comfortably.

    No pressure on the horse when cantering across the line.

  • Aintree 13.45 – result

    1. Jonbon
    2. Marvel De Cerisy
    3. fusain

    Calico falls at the last fence but luckily both horse and rider are unproblematic for both.

  • Aintree 13.45

    Jonbon now extends a lead as they head towards the home stretch.

    It’s Calico who’s trying to apply pressure now.

    Two fences remain, but Jonbon opens.

  • Aintree 13.45

    All horses close the gap while the field all makes the jump.

    Marvel De Cerisy gives Jonbon a chance to close the gap a little further.

    As they take fence number seven, the three horses open a lead on Fusain.

  • Aintree 13.45

    Marvel De Cerisy leads with Jonbon in second place.

    Calico is in third place, four lengths behind the favorite.

    Rachael Blackmore has a good lead at this point.

  • Aintree 13.45 – Race underway

    With the small field, Jonbon is considered dead proof of that.

    Calico and Marvel De Cerisy will want to have a say in that.

    The first race of the day is over.

  • 1.45pm Aintree

    Here are the participants and odds for the first race of the day:

    • Jonbon (Aidan Coleman) 2-9
    • Marvel De Cerisy (Rachael Blackmore) 7-1
    • Calico (Harry Skelton) 12-1
    • Fusain (Brian Hughes) 22-1

    Can Rachael Blackmore get her day off to a perfect start against the coveted Jonbon, we’ll have to wait and see, but not for too long.

  • May the fourth be with you

    Heading into the first race of the day, there’s news that we’ve got a couple of non-runners in the race.

    Both Banbridge and Notlongtillmay will sit out this time.

    That means the race will only have four runners.

  • Can’t beat a little bully

    Players are hoping to finish the final day of the Grand National event with the bookmakers today.

    Let’s hope today isn’t “Let’s see what you could have won”.

    The goal of all players across the country will be to be safely on top at the end of the day.

    Photo credit: Reuters


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