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Randox Grand National Prize Money | How Much Winner Earn, Jockey’s Share & Trainers Purse?

Grand National Prize Money

Randox Grand National, which is well known as “Grand National” due to sponsorship is listed as biggest horse race in UK. The 175th edition of Grand National horse race is announced and according to details it will take place on 15th April 2023. As per reports the venue for the Grand National is announced, Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool, England where it will be held. Grand National prize money based on standings reported.

StandingsPrize Money Shares
Runner-up £211k
3rd Place£100k
4th Place£65k
5th Place£40k
6th Place£30k
7th Place£20k
8th Place£15k
9th Place£10k
10th Place£5k
Total Prize Money£1m
How Much Winner Earn from Grand National Prize Money?

As per reports the official prize money for the Grand National in 2023 will be £1m. Which is equally distributed among first 10 position holders in the competition. Noble Yeats is the current defending champion, the horse is trained by Emmet Mullins and ride by jockey Sam Waley-Cohen. The winner in 2023 Grand National will earn share of £561k.

  • The runner-up in the Grand National, will earn share from the purse upto (£211k).
  • Third place holder awarded with prize money share of (£100k).
  • Fourth place holder in the race awarded with prize money of (£65k).
  • Lowest prize money which will be awarded in the competition will be for 10th place holder which is upto (£5k).

It’s one of the most lucrative horse race in Great Britain which competes with top level races in Europe. A report revealed that prize fund for the Grand National back in year 2014, maximum £700k and years before that in late 90’s the purse reported (£160k) for the overall event.

Most of the prize money goes to the owner and trainer of the horse and some share to the jockey who controlled the horse during the race. Some of the top UK and US media outlets reported that top jockey’s in the world charge 10% of the prize money. Saudi Cup and Dubai World Cup is current world richest horse race in the world.