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Grand National Saturday, 8 April, 2000, 18:15 GMT 19:15 UK
The Grand National in pictures
The Grand National ended in victory for the father-son team of Ruby and Ted Walsh, who respectively rode and trained Irish chaser Papillon. Despite safety fears, all 40 horses survived the race.

Victorious, Ruby Walsh and Papillon are escorted to the winner's enclosure

Micko's Dream was one of five horses to fall at the first

Despite serious safety concerns, all the horses that raced survived unhurt

Riderless horses hampered Papillon on the way to victory

Mely Moss (left) had a real ding-dong battle with Papillon at the finish

Walsh crosses the finish after Papillon finds an extra gear

Unseated jockeys walk back as the Grand National ends for another year

Ruby and Ted Walsh accept the Grand National trophy
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