GRAND NATIONAL: HORSE SENSE: YESTERDAY'S BIG-RACE JOCKEYS EXPLAIN WHERE YOUR MONEY WENT

1st LORD GYLLENE 14-1

TONY DOBBIN: 'We were nearly put out of it when we were hampered at the water but otherwise I didn't have a problem'

2nd SUNY BAY 8-1

JAMIE OSBORNE: 'My horse made a mistake four out but the petrol was just beginning to run out anyway'

3rd CAMELOT KNIGHT 100-1

CARL LLEWELLYN: 'My fellow was outpaced early. In fact at the Canal Turn first time I had only five behind me'

4th BUCKBOARD BOUNCE 40-1

PAUL CARBERRY: 'A good few horses fell in front of me, but every time I managed to miss them'

5th Master Oats 25-1

NORMAN WILLIAMSON: 'He got very tired with that weight but ran a super race'

6th Avro Anson 12-1

PETER NIVEN: 'Great spin. I was happy enough going out on the second circuit but I soon knew I wasn't going to win'

7th Killeshin 33-1

SEAN CURRAN: 'They were always going too quickly for me. I went round the inner to save as much ground as possible'

8th Dakyns Boy 100-1

TIMMY MURPHY: 'The ground was a bit too quick for him'

9th Nahthen Lad 14-1

JASON TITLEY: 'He gave me a good spin and I would ride him round here every day'

10th Valiant Warrior 50-1

RUSS GARRITTY: 'He 'emptied' on me after the last. I would hope he will come back next year and go a lot closer'

11th Antonin 14-1

CONOR O'DWYER: 'I was always in trouble. My horse likes to dictate but I couldn't lay up with the pace'

12th Northern Hide 66-1

PAUL HOLLEY: 'I had a great ride. He travelled well but started fading from the Canal Turn second time round'

13th Turning Trix 25-1

JOHN KAVANAGH: 'It was a ride of a lifetime. We were hampered by Full Of Oats when he fell at the first'

14th Pink Gin 100-1

CHRIS BONNER: 'He was outpaced all the way but we both enjoyed every minute of it'

15th New Co 40-1

DAVID CASEY: 'Brilliant. He got very tired on this ground which was too fast and he's a bit small for these fences'

16th General Wolfe 16-1

LORCAN WYER: 'If it had been soft ground perhaps the others wouldn't have got away from me'

17th Evangelica 33-1

ROBBIE SUPPLE: 'I had a good ride early on but she didn't really get the trip'

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