Grand National 2016: Full result, finishers and fallers - where did your horse finish?

Rule The World
Grand National winner Rule The World was ridden by 19-year-old David Mullins

Rule the World, ridden by David Mullins, won the 2016 Grand National at Aintree, with The Last Samuri second and Vics Canvas third.

Gilgamboa came in fourth with Goonyella completing the top five.

Find out how your horse fared in the world's biggest steeplechase.

Place, horse, odds, jockey

1. Rule The World 33-1 (David Mullins)

2. The Last Samuri 8-1 (David Bass)

3. Vics Canvas 100-1 (Robert Dunne)

4. Gilgamboa 28-1 (Robbie Power)

5. Goonyella 12-1 (Jonathan Burke)

6. Ucello Conti 25-1 (Daryl Jacob)

7. Vieux Lion Rouge 66-1 (James Reveley)

8. Morning Assembly 16-1 (Davy Russell)

9. Shutthefrontdoor 12-1 (Barry Geraghty)

10. Unioniste 28-1 (Nick Scholfield)

11. Le Reve 50-1 (Harry Skelton)

12. Buywise 33-1 (Paul Moloney)

13. Pendra 50-1 (Aidan Coleman)

14. Triolo D'Alene 50-1 (Jeremiah McGrath)

15. Just a Par 40-1 (Sean Bowen)

16. Many Clouds 8-1 (Leighton Aspell)

Non-finishers:

Fence 1: Hadrian's Approach (unseated)

Fence 2: First Lieutenant (fell), Holywell (fell)

Fence 8: The Romford Pele (unseated)

Fence 12: Rocky Creek (pulled up)

Fence 14: Silviniaco Conti (pulled up)

Fence 15: Sir Des Champs (pulled up), On His Own (fell)

Fence 18: Gallant Oscar (unseated)

Fence 19: Ballynagour (unseated)

Fence 21: Wonderful Charm (pulled up), The Druids Nephew (pulled up), Black Thunder (pulled up) Soll (pulled up), Home Farm (pulled up)

Fence 22: Onenightinvienna (unseated), Katenko (fell), Boston Bob (pulled up), Aachen (pulled up)

Fence 26: Double Ross (pulled up)

Fence 27: Kruzhlinin (pulled up)

Fence 29: Ballycasey (unseated)

Fence 30: Saint Are (pulled up)

Non-runner: O'Faolains Boy (lame)

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