Who won the Welsh Grand National? – 3.10 Chepstow full Result

SECRET REPRIEVE landed a gamble to win the Welsh Grand National.

Evan Williams' stayer was backed into the 5-2 jolly and made the most of his light-weight to saunter home.

Jockey Adam Wedge had to do it the hard way as his girth ripped in the home straight.

But it was a second win in a row in the big race for the Welsh after waiting an agonising 54 years before Potters Corner triumph last season.

Secret Reprieve got into a tussle with eventual runner-up The Two Amigos a long way from home but was always doing enough.

Wedge managed to steer him home to win by three lengths with Yala Enki back in third.

Wedge said: "The girth came undone, but thank god we've got the over girth and everything stayed in place!

"All credit to the horse, he's a real warrior."

After taking two crunching falls earlier on the card, Wedge was just about in one piece for the feature.

He added: "It's a mans sport at the end of the day and you've got the grit your teeth and get on with it.

"I've got a boss that's got great belief in me.

"Since I moved down to Evan's 11 years ago this is the one race he's always wanted to win.

"It's a home race for him, and means a hell of a lot to him and to me to do it for him."

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