There was no joy for Bingley trainer Sue Smith as her horse Vintage Clouds fell at the first fence in yesterday's Grand National.

Ridden by jockey Danny Cook, the grey was fancied to do well in the big Aintree race at odds of around 12-1.

But he pitched on landing after jumping the obstacle at the head of the 40-runner field.

Thankfully, Vintage Clouds was not injured and Smith - who won the Grand National with 66-1 shot Auroras Encore six years ago - is expected to run him in the Scottish National at Ayr next weekend.

However, Up for Review had to be put down after being brought down at the first fence, becoming the first fatality in the race since 2012.

Tiger Roll raced into the history books as he became the first horse since Red Rum to win back-to-back Nationals.

2019 Randox Health Grand National - where they finished:

1st TIGER ROLL 10-1

2nd Magic Of Light 66-1 2 3/4 lengths

3rd Rathvinden 8-1 2 1/4 lengths

4th Walk In The Mill 25-1 11 lengths

5th Anibale Fly

6th One For Arthur

7th Regal Encore

8th Singlefarmpayment

9th Outlander

10th Valseur Lido

11th Livelovelaugh

12th A Toi Phil

13th Bless The Wings

14th Ultragold

15th Vieux Lion Rouge

16th Captain Redbeard

17th Folsom Blue

18th Valtor

19th Don Poli


Vintage Clouds, fell 1st

Up For Review, brought down 1st

Monbeg Notorious, pulled up 11th

Rock The Kasbah, fell 19th

General Principle, fell 19th

Jury Duty, fell 19th

Blow By Blow, pulled up 19th

Minella Rocco, pulled up 21st

Step Back pulled up 25th

Ballyoptic, fell 26th

Pleasant Company, unseated rider 27th

Lake View Lad, pulled up 27th

Warriors Tale, pulled up 28th

Noble Endeavor, pulled up 28th

Ramses De Teillee, pulled up 28th

Just A Par, pulled up 28th

Go Conquer, pulled up 29th

Mala Beach, pulled up 29th

Dounikos, pulled up 29th

Tea For Two, pulled up 29th

Joe Farrell, pulled up 29th