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Royal Naval Writers Association

Formed in 1887 - The Oldest Military Association

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Royal Naval Writers’ Association

The World’s Oldest Military Association – Est. 1887

Grand National 2022 Winners

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77 Horses were drawn by The RNWA President, Secretary & his wife Lyn on Tuesday 5th April and Alphabetically matched to the ‘Declared Runners’ at that time and the 77 selected advised accordingly prior to the event.

5.15pm Saturday 9th April 2022 – The Grand National had a maximum field of 40, therefore unfortunately there were 37 who had ‘non-runners’ on the day

Below is the final list of the Winning Owners and the position their horse(s) achieved or what happened to them during the race i.e. Fell or Pulled-Up    

 1st = £250 / 2nd = £75 / 3rd = £50 / 4th = £25 / 5th to 15th Past the Post = £10

Winners

All the above cash winning owners have been contacted, either by telephone, email or by letter.

    Owners have until Friday 7th October 2022 to claim their cash prize, or it will be absorbed by the RNWA.

Les Heyhoe BCAv
RNWA Secretary
10.04.2022

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