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Saturday, 5 April 2014

BY FLORA LYIMO~BREAKING NEWS (FARASI ) PINEAU DE RE AMBAYO ILIKUWA 25/1 TO BET ON' YAJINYAKULIA USHINDI WA THE 2014 GRAND NATIONAL LEO ' ONA MASHINDANO YA FARASI HIZI'' HUFANYIKA KILA MWAKA IN UINGEREZA''


Leighton Aspell is congratulated by Tony McCoy (right) and Richard Johnson (left) moments after the end of the race
Leighton Aspell is congratulated by Tony McCoy (right) and Richard Johnson (left) moments after the end of the race'
Leighton Aspell celebrates by kissing the trophy after riding Pineau De Re to victory
Leighton Aspell celebrates by kissing the trophy after riding Pineau De Re to victory''


Leighton Aspell celebrates on Pineau De Re after winning the 2014 Grand National. Second was Balthazar King, followed by Double Seven - ridden by Tony McCoy
Leighton Aspell celebrates on Pineau De Re after winning the 2014 Grand National. Second was Balthazar King, followed by Double Seven - ridden by Tony McCoy
Pineau De Re has won the 2014 Grand National by five lengths.
The 25-1 bet was followed by late favourite Balthazar King, who moments before the race began was at 16-1. Double Seven, ridden by Tony McCoy, came in third.
The British Horse Racing Authority confirmed all horses are riders have come home safe and sound - with 18 out of 40 finishing the race.
Winning jockey, Leighton Aspell, came out of retirement to run the National and has clinched the £1million prize.
He told Channel 4: 'From the Canal Turn the second time we had plenty of daylight. It's a wonderful day. I've been watching the National since I was a young boy. You secretly crave a bit of success. To get a ride in the National is a great thing and to get one with a live chance is even better.'
Leighton Aspell leads Pineau De Re across the final fence and on towards victory in the 167th Grand National at Aintree
Leighton Aspell leads Pineau De Re across the final fence and on towards victory in the 167th Grand National at Aintree'
The jockey celebrated with trainer and former GP Dr Richard Newland (right)  - who only has 12 horses in his stable
The jockey celebrated with trainer and former GP Dr Richard Newland (right) - who only has 12 horses in his stable'
spell celebrates by kissing the trophy after riding Pineau De Re to victory
Support: Leighton Aspell celebrates with his family after being presented with the Grand National trophy at Aintree
Support: Leighton Aspell celebrates with his family after being presented with the Grand National trophy at Aintree'
The 40 horses and riders line up at the start of the 167th Grand National - finally setting off after a false start
The 40 horses and riders line up at the start of the 167th Grand National - finally setting off after a false start'
And they're off: The field get underway as thousands of spectators seated behind them wait in anticipation
And they're off: The field get underway as thousands of spectators seated behind them wait in anticipation'
The horses fire over an early fence in the race. The going at the course was good-to-soft and good in places before the runners set off
The horses fire over an early fence in the race. The going at the course was good-to-soft and good in places before the runners set off'
One of the pre-race favourites Teaforthree, ridden by Nick Scholfield, falls at The Chair. Early suggestions indicate no horses died during the race
Mbuta Nanga,Jamni huu mchezo ni hatariii''One of the pre-race favourites Teaforthree, ridden by Nick Scholfield, falls at The Chair. Early suggestions indicate no horses died during the race''
A dramatic shot shows Nick Scholfield falling from Teaforthree. 18 out of the 40 horses running finished the course
Mbuta Nanga'Ona anavyodondoka chini apo jamanii'Nick Scholfield falling from Teaforthree. 18 out of the 40 horses running finished the course''
He added: 'I was very conscious that I didn't want to be in front too soon over four and a half miles. He's a small horse, so he finds jumping hard enough.
'When I got a bit of daylight I knew I'd be fine because that was my only worry, a lack of daylight. Once he was in daylight he really enjoyed that part of the race.'
Pineau De Re was trained by former GP Richard Newland - who has only 12 horses in his stable. Mr Newland, speaking to BBC Sport horse racing correspondent Cornelius Lysaght, said: 'Fantastic. We will do this every year I think!
'We are so lucky to have such a lovely horse. It's a dream come true - a dream that we've have for about 30 years.'
Speaking on the news that no horses were injured during the race, a PETA spokesman said: 'While it's a relief that no horses died at Aintree today, the mere fact that this is a cause for celebration says everything that anyone should need to know about the Grand National and the horse-racing industry. 
Double Seven, number 14, leads the way across The Chair with Wayward Prince ridden by Jack Doyle. Pineau De Re can be seen making jumping the fence mid centre
Double Seven, number 14, leads the way across The Chair with Wayward Prince ridden by Jack Doyle. Pineau De Re can be seen making jumping the fence mid centre'
Sam Waley-Cohen falls from Long Run
Mbuta Nanga'Yowomiii''Alafu hata zingine zikipita zinakukanyaga na hata hazinahabariii'''
Sam Waley-Cohen falls from Long Run
Mbuta Nanga''Yewomiii''Sam Waley-Cohen protects his head as he falls from Long Run. Other riders continue to gallop past in dramatic scenes''
Down and out: Jamie Moore comes off Mountainous and Sam Waley-Cohen falls from Long Run. The pair take cover after they both tumbled at Valentines hurdle
Mbuta Nanga!!Down and out: Jamie Moore comes off Mountainous and Sam Waley-Cohen falls from Long Run. The pair take cover after they both tumbled at Valentines hurdle
Seconds later Jamie Moore on Mountainous tumbles next to Sam Waley-Cohen at Valentine's fence
Seconds later Jamie Moore on Mountainous tumbles next to Sam Waley-Cohen at Valentine's fence''
Quito De La Roque (pictured centre) ridden by Brian O'Connell briefly stumbles at the Water Jump
Quito De La Roque (pictured centre) ridden by Brian O'Connell briefly stumbles at the Water Jump'
Trailing: Pineau De Re, in the white helmet, white shirt and green stripe, catches up with the leaders during a crucial point in the race
I love Hapa pakuvuka hizi geti zao za mitego'Trailing: Pineau De Re, in the white helmet, white shirt and green stripe, catches up with the leaders during a crucial point in the race''
The 40 jockeys - 39 male and 1 female - pose for a photograph before mounting their horses
The 40 jockeys - 39 male and 1 female - pose for a photograph before mounting their horses'Hawa ndio waliokimbizana na Farasi zao 'zikiwa zina wenyewe''na watu kupigia mnada''Leo wacheza kamari wameliwaje''mbuta nanga'' 
'Hundreds of horses are killed on British racetracks every year – and for nothing more than a bet. And then there are the unseen victims, the thousands of foals bred for racing who don't make the grade and are either dumped at rescue charities, shot at stables or sold for meat.'
Now in its 167th year, the maximum of 40 horses started the race shortly after 4.15 this afternoon. The going at the course was good-to-soft and good in places.
Unfortunately, race goers - including Colleen Rooney, Gloria Hunniford and Sir Cliff Richards -  weren't lucky with the weather this afternoon and were hit with heavy showers.
Bookmakers predict over half the adult population will place a bet on the National, which this year has a prize fund of £1million, this year - with about £250million spent.
The enormous crowds eagerly awaiting the start of the 167th Grand National at Aintree Racecourse today
Enormous crowds eagerly awaiting the start of the 167th Grand National at Aintree Racecourse today - which will kick off at 4.15
Scores of racing fans pack into the Liverpool racecourse this afternoon. 40 horses will run in the race - which takes place over four-and-a-half miles
Scores of racing fans pack into the Liverpool racecourse this afternoon. 40 horses will run in the race - which takes place over four-and-a-half miles''
Crowds of people gather to watch the runners in the Silver Cross Stayers' Hurdle this afternoon
Crowds of people gather to watch the runners in the Silver Cross Stayers' Hurdle this afternoon' Ona Farasi na Mbio zao 'jamani huwa naona kama zinaumizwaa''
Hurdles: A view down one of the straights at Aintree with most of the horses and jockeys still up and running
Hurdles: A view down one of the straights at Aintree with most of the horses and jockeys still up and running'

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