Sean Curran is a racehorse trainer, who initially began his career as a national hunt jockey, which included a small period in and around Grand National favourites, and that included having three rides in the race himself.
Curran began his training career in 2006 and had some early success at a decent level. He won the Kent Grand National and Scottish Grand National with Iris De Balme, and they both came before the summer of 2008, so it was an impressive, quick start from Curran.
He’s not really been able to replicate that so far but has continued to have success on a fairly regular basis and also flirt with the higher end of racing from time to time. Although Curran had three rides in the Grand National during his career as a jockey, he had to wait a long time for his first runner in the race as a trainer.
This came in 2022, and the horse was Domaine De L’Isle, though it didn’t end how Curran would have hoped for. His horse unseated jockey Harry Bannister at the 15th fence to end his chances of getting involved.
Sean Curran Grand National Wins
Sean Curran has never trained a horse that has won the Grand National.
None of their entries have ever finished the race.
|2022||Domaine De L'Isle||Fence 15 - Unseated Rider||-||Harry Bannister|
Famous Horses Trained by Sean Curran
Here are some of the most famous horses trained by Sean Curran.
Iris De Balme