Grand National 2014: Where did your horse finish?

Pineau De Re won the 167th Grand National by five lengths from Balthazar King, with joint favourite Double Seven in third. Find out how your horse fared in the world's biggest steeplechase.

Place, horse, odds, jockey

1. Pineau De Re 25-1 (Leighton Aspell)

2. Balthazar King 14-1 (Richard Johnson)

3. Double Seven 10-1 J/F (AP McCoy)

4. Alvarado 33-1 (Paul Moloney)

5. Rocky Creek 16-1 (Noel Fehily)

6. Chance Du Roy 33-1 (Tom O'Brien)

7. Monbeg Dude 16-1 (Paul Carberry)

8. Raz De Maree 50-1 (Davy Condon)

9. Swing Bill 66-1 (Conor O'Farrell)

10. Kruzhlinin 100-1 (Wilson Renwick)

11. Buckers Bridge 66-1 (AE Lynch)

12. The Package 14-1 (Tom Scudamore)

13. Vesper Bell 40-1 (Katie Walsh)

14. Across The Bay 50-1 (Henry Brooke)

15. Mr Moonshine 20-1 (Ryan Mania)

16. Prince De Beauchene 20-1 (Paul Townend)

17. Hunt Ball 50-1 (Andrew Tinkler)

18. Hawkes Point 50-1 (Ryan Mahon)

Non-finishers:

Fence 1: Twirling Magnet (fell)

Fence 2: Burton Port (unseated)

Fence 3: Big Shu (fell)

Fence 6 (Becher's Brook): Last Time D'Albain (unseated)

Fence 8 (Canal Turn): Tidal Bay and Our Father (unseated), Golan Way (fell)

Fence 9 (Valentine's Brook): Long Run and Mountainous (fell), The Rainbow Hunter (unseated)

Fence 15 (The Chair): Teaforthree unseated

Fence 20: Shakalakaboomboom (pulled up)

Fence 21: Quito De La Roque (pulled up)

Fence 22 (Becher's Brook): Tricolo D'Alene (pulled up), One In A Milan (fell)

Fence 25 (Valentine's Brook): Colbert Station (pulled up)

Fence 26: Vintage Star (pulled up) Rose of the Moon (fell)

Fence 27: Lion Na Bernai (pulled up)

Fence 28: Wayward Prince (fell)

Fence 29: Walkon (pulled up)

Did not start: Battle Group

Distances: 5, 1¼, 10, 2½, sh, 3, 16, sh, 4½, 2½, 18, 6, 2, 7, 37, 33, 1

Time: 9m 09.90s