Carl Llewellyn: ''Brad told me after three out it had to be one of us. And it was me. I'm a bit of a jammy git - Tom Jenks should have ridden him.''
2. Suny Bay 11-1
Graham Bradley: ''He gave me a great ride. His ears are like antennae - he tells me when he wants to be short and when he wants to be long.''
3. Samlee 8-1
Richard Dunwoody: ''He was one paced and made mistakes; all he did was keep plodding on.''
4. St Mellion Fairway 20-1
Andrew Thornton: ''Woody was a real legend. We agreed to stay together until we jumped the last, but then he did me half a length for third place.''
5. Gimme Five 25-1
Ken Whelan: ''The ground was too soft and I was pushing all the way.''
6. Killeshin 20-1
Sean Curran: ''He was staying on when we were hampered and I came off. But for that we might have finished fourth. I remounted to finish.''
Pashto (fell, dead) 100-1, John Kavanagh: ''We were too tight approaching it, he hit it half-way up and turned over.'' Banjo 14-1, Diwali Dancer 100-1, What A Hand 66-1, Challenger Du Luc 12-1.
Fabricator (fell) 150-1.
Do Rightly (fell, dead) 100-1
Celtic Abbey (fell) 33-1, Norman Williamson: ''He didn't get high enough.'' Griffins Bar (fell, dead) 200-1.
Court Melody (fell) 25-1, Timmy Murphy: ''The race went very quickly for me.'' Choisty (fell) 40-1.
Dun Belle (unseated rider) 18-1, Tommy Treacy: "She slipped into the fence and hit it. I went out the side."
Nahthen Lad (pulled up) 13-1. General Crack (unseated rider) 40-1. Damas (refused) 200-1.
Pond House (pulled up) 66-1; Maple Dancer (pulled up) 200-1.
Joe White (pulled up) 100-1, Tim McCarthy: ''We were nearly brought down at the first when Banjo fell.''
Hillwalk (150-1), Into The Red (50-1), Radical Choice (66-1), Go Universal (66- 1) all pulled up
Brave Highlander (unseated rider) 25-1, Philip Hide: ''I was going well but he made an awkward jump.''
Ciel De Brion (fell) 16-1, Thierry Doumen: ''He was getting tired and couldn't put in a big enough jump. It's been the thrill of a lifetime.'' Scotton Banks (unseated rider) 33-1, Lorcan Wyer: ''He went well for a long way but wasn't enjoying the ground.''
Him Of Praise (refused) 8-1, Charlie Swan: ''He got a fright at the first ditch and jumped a bit big after that. He was running lazily - he had his ears pricked for the half mile or so until we parted company.''
Rough Quest (pulled up) 11-1, Mick Fitzgerald: ''I thought when we jumped Becher's second time we were going to win. But he ran out of stamina on this ground.''Reuse content