Only 14 of the 40 horses finished the gruelling four-and-a-half mile Grand National.
Timmy Murphy is thrown from Torduff Express
Monty's Pass stormed to a convincing win in the world-famous steeplechase at Aintree.
Supreme Glory finished second, ahead of Amberleigh House and Gunner Welburn.
But where did your horse finish, and what happened to the other 26 riders?
The Bunny Boiler over-jumps and unships jockey John Cullen.
Bramblehill Duke does not clear the fence and both jockey and horse fall.
Wonder Weasel fractionally misjudges and is unlucky to fall.
ALL THE FINISHERS
1st Monty's Pass
2nd Supreme Glory
3rd Amberleigh House
4th Gunner Welburn
7th Carbury Cross
8th Blowing Wind
13th Royal Predica
14th Southern Star
FENCE SIX (Becher's Brook)
Fadalko and jockey Seamus Durack jump too early, hitting the fence hard. Durack is unseated but the horse gets back up.
FENCE SEVEN (Foinavon)
FENCE EIGHT (Canal Turn)
Jockey Daniel Howard is unseated when Polar Champ hesitates before jumping.
FENCE NINE (Valentine's)
2001 Grand National winner Richard Guest withdraws Chives from the race after the horse breaks a blood vessel.
Conor O'Dwyer and Youlneverwalkalone - one of the pre-race favourites - pull up.
Tony McCoy calls it a day with Iris Bleu - another pre-National favourite.
FENCE 15 (The Chair)
Katarino hits the fence hard and falls heavily, throwing Mick Fitzgerald from the horse.
Ballinclay King and jockey Davy Russell pull up.
AND THE REST...
Gingembre, Shotgun Willy, Chives, Iris Bleu, Ballinclay King, Youlneverwalkalone,
Good Shuil, Red Ark, Empereur River
Fadalko, Ad Hoc, The Bunny Boiler, Katarino, Red Striker, Polar Champ, Mantles Prince, Torduff Express
You're Agoodun, Maximize, Goguenard, Wonder Weasel, Burlu, Robbo, Killusty,
Several horses get tangled up. You're Agoodun and Maximise fall independently, with Ad Hoc losing jockey Paul Carberry.
Robbo is caught up in the confusion and both horse and jockey Alan Dempsey unluckily fall.
Goguenard also falls badly and is the National's only fatality, while Noel Fehily pulls up Good Shuil at this point.
FENCE 22 (Becher's Brook)
Burlu falls horribly and jockey Gerry Supple suffers a broken leg as he lands.
Killusty jumps too high at Becher's Brook and both horse and jockey Tony Dobbin lose their balance and fall.
Cregg House refuses to jump, while Shotgun Willy and Empereur River are both pulled up by their jockeys before the fence.
FENCE 23 (Foinavon)
FENCE 24 (Canal Turn)
Gingembre's Grand National comes to an end as jockey Andrew Thornton pulls him out of the race just before the Canal Turn.
FENCE 25 (Valentine's)
Kenny Johnson pulls up the Richard Guest-trained Red Ark at this point, while Mantles Prince unseats jockey Ollie McPhail.
With just one more fence to go, Torduff Express drops back into the ditch, unseating jockey Timmy Murphy.
Larry McGrath is also thrown off Red Striker.