She guided Minella Times to victory earlier this evening.
Rachael Blackmore made yet more history this evening.
The Tipperary native became the first ever female rider to win the Randox Grand National.
She guided the JP McManus owned, Henry De Bromhead trained, Minella Times to victory at Aintree after going off at a starting price of 11-to-1.
🏆 History in the Grand National@rachaelblackmor becomes the first female rider to win the £750,000 Randox Grand National aboard Minella Times @AintreeRaces— Racing TV (@RacingTV) April 10, 2021
A 1-2 for @HenrydeBromhead too 👏 pic.twitter.com/RRIsIdKFjA
De Bromhead enjoyed a one-two to keep his incredible season going.
His Balco Des Flos was second.
Here's the Waterford trainer after the win: