Popular Sussex jockey Leighton Aspell has made regulars at his local pub very happy, by romping home in the Grand National on board Pineau de Re.
The 25-1 shot was well-backed by friends at the White Horse Inn in Pulborough, close to where the 37 year old lives.
A homecoming celebration is now planned for Aspell, who lives in nearby Storrington with his family.
Today though, showing true dedication, he's due to run in three races at Market Rasen.
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