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Pineau De Re wins Grand National

Published 05/04/2014

Runners and riders start The Crabbie's Grand National Steeple Chase during Grand National Day of the Crabbie's Grand National 2014 Festival at Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool
Runners and riders start The Crabbie's Grand National Steeple Chase during Grand National Day of the Crabbie's Grand National 2014 Festival at Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool

Pineau De Re has won the 2014 Grand National at Aintree

The horse - priced by bookies at 25-1 - finished ahead of 14-1 Balthazar King.

Double Seven, ridden by Northern Ireland's Tony McCoy, finished in third place after being listed as favourite for the race earlier today.

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