- Place of birth: Ireland
- Weight: 11-10
- Career wins: 10
- Foaled: 21 April 2007
- Colour: Brown
- Breeder: Aidan Aherne
- Trainer: Oliver Sherwood
It was not until 2014 when he emerged as the winner of major events. The Hennessy Gold Cup was the title that put Many Clouds on the path of glory. He quickly managed to build on this and enjoy a brilliant 2015 season, which still ranks as his best. After winning the Cotswold chase, Many Clouds went on to win the ultimate horse racing event in the world, Grand National.
His successes as one of the best horse for Grand National-led to the British Jump Racing Horse of the Year title in 2015. Many Clouds still remains as the youngest horse to win the Grand National in the last decade. After having picked up total earnings of close to ?780,000, Many Clouds still has to go a long way but he is one of the top 5 horses for Grand National 2021.
Obviously, one of the major titles missing from the trophy cabinet of Many Clouds is the Cheltenham Gold Cup title. Even without this victory, one can safely assume that Many Clouds will be one of the top horses at Grand National 2021.
His form in 2015 was a major factor behind Many Clouds being one of the top horse names Grand National 2016 witnessed. It is not the case for 2021 as The Last Samuri is seen as the title favourite according to the Grand National horse guide.