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How much is up for grabs and what will the winner earn from the UK’s biggest horse race

Bynewsmagzines

Apr 14, 2023
How much is up for grabs and what will the winner earn from the UK's biggest horse race


The biggest horse racing event in the UK takes place this weekend as the Grand National rolls into Aintree.

This race always provides drama and excitement, with 50-1 outsider Noble Yeats claiming an astonishing victory last year.

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Noble Yeats pulled off a stunning winning that bagged his trainer and owner a lot of money

And the best of the best will be back this weekend looking to write themselves into folklore.

But it’s not just glory at stake as someone is going to walk away with a lucrative sum should their horse be victorious.

How much is on offer for winning the 2023 Grand National?

40 horses are set to line up at this year’s Grand National and they are competing for a prize pot worth £1million.

However, that enormous sum is split between the top ten, with the winner walking away with £561,300 of which the trainer and owner claim the majority.

The winning jockey only gets eight percent of that £561,300 plus their standard fee of £164.74.

Second place takes £211,100, and then it gradually works its way down to tenth place, where they receive £1,000.

This makes the Grand National one of the most lucrative races in the UK and the winners are remembered forever.

Hundreds of millions of fans will tune in across the world

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Hundreds of millions of fans will tune in across the world


2023 Grand National prize pot split

First place – £561,300

Second place – £211,100

Third place – £105,500

Fourth place – £52,700

Fifth place – £26,500

Sixth place – £13,200

Seventh place – £6,800

Eighth place – £3,600

Ninth place – £2,000

Tenth place – £1,000

Grand National 2023: How to follow

The Grand National will take place on Saturday, April 15.

The day’s races leading up to the event start at 1:45pm, with the main event scheduled to get underway at 5:15pm.

talkSPORT will have full coverage of the race.

Rupert Bell and Lizzie Kelly will provide live commentary from Aintree from 5pm.

To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream.

You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.

ITV 1 and Racing TV will also show all the action and drama live on free-to-air television.

Rachael Blackmore will be looking to win her 2021 crown back on Ain’t That A Shame

Rachael Blackmore will be looking to win her 2021 crown back on Ain’t That A Shame

Grand National 2023: Runners and riders

Here is the confirmed field for the race and you can see all odds here on talkSPORT BET.

  • 1. Any Second Now Mark Walsh
  • 2. Noble Yeats Sean Bowen
  • 3. Galvin Davy Russell
  • 4. Fury Road Jonjo O’Neill Jr
  • 5. The Big Dog Aidan Coleman
  • 6. Capodanno Danny Mullins
  • 7. Delta Work Keith Donoghue
  • 8. Sam Brown Johnny Burke
  • 9. Lifetime Ambition Sean O’Keeffe
  • 10. Carefully Selected Michael O’Sullivan
  • 11. Coko Beach Harry Cobden
  • 12. Longhouse Poet JJ Slevin
  • 13. Gaillard Du Mesnil Paul Townend
  • 14. Darasso Luke Dempsey
  • 15. Le Milos Harry Skelton
  • 16. Escaria Ten Adrian Heskin
  • 17. The Big Breakaway Brendan Powell
  • 18. Cape Gentleman Jody McGarvey
  • 19. Roi Mage Felix de Giles
  • 20. Diol Ker Kieren Buckley
  • 21. A Wave Of The Sea Shane Fitzgerald
  • 22. Minella Trump Theo Gillard
  • 23. Vanillier Sean Flanagan
  • 24. Velvet Elvis Darragh O’Keeffe
  • 25. Ain’t That A Shame Rachael Blackmore
  • 26. Corach Rambler Derek Fox
  • 27. Enjoy D’Allen Simon Torrens
  • 28. Mr Incredible Brian Hayes
  • 29. Mister Coffey Nico de Boinville
  • 30. Cloudy Glen Charlie Deutsch
  • 31. Hill Sixteen Ryan Mania
  • 32. Gabbys Cross Peter Carberry
  • 33. Recite A Prayer Jack Foley
  • 34. Eva’s Oskar Alan Johns
  • 35. Our Power Sam Twiston-Davies
  • 36. Dunboyne Jack Tudor
  • 37. Francky Du Berlais Ben Jones
  • 38. Fortescue Hugh Nugent
  • 39. Back On The Lash Adam Wedge
  • 40. Born By The Sea Phillip Enright

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