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Aintree Grand National Irish Trained Horses 2017

Irish trained horses have a tremendous record in recent runnings of the Grand National, with six winners of the race since 2000 trained in the Emerald Isle. As such, punters are often keen to back the Irish horses given the country's strong connections with National Hunt racing and the belief that any horses heading across the Irish Sea to Aintree must be making the trip for a reason and therefore stands a good chance of winning.

Traditionally, Irish horses usually make up around a quarter of the Grand National's forty runners, however, very few are outsiders, so backing 'an Irish trained winner' with any bookmaker who offers this market is usually a good way to have several well fancied horses carrying your money in the race and is a popular bet. The most popular and successful Irish trainer at the moment is the great Willie Mullins who trained Hedgehunter to National success in 2005 and his runners should always be followed closely.

Irish Trained Grand National Runners for 2017

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Past Irish Trained Winners of the Grand National

YearWinnerOddsTrainer
2016Rule The World33/1Mouse Morris
2007Silver Birch33/1Gordon Elliott
2006Numbersixvalverde11/1Martin Brassil
2005Hedgehunter7/1FWillieMullins
2003Monty's Pass16/1Jimmy Mangan
2000Papillon10/1Ted Walsh
1999Bobbyjo10/1Tommy Carberry
1975L'Escargot13/2Dan Moore
1958Mr What18/1Tom Taaffe
1955Quare Times100/9Vincent O'Brien
1954Royal Tan8/1Vincent O'Brien
1953Early Mist20/1Vincent O'Brien
1947Caughoo100/1H McDowell
1939Workman100/8Jack Ruttle
1920Troytown6/1Algy Anthony
1900Ambush II4/1Algy Anthony