Grand National - what the beaten jockeys said

Randox Health Grand National - what the beaten jockeys said:
Daryl Jacob, on Ucello Conti (UR 27th), said: "We were going well until we got squeezed."

Barry Geragthy, on Anibale Fly, who finished third, said: "I had a ball."

David Bass, on The Last Samuri (PU 26th), said: "He didn't travel as well on the ground."

Sam Twiston-Davies, rider of Blaklion (BD 1st): "He jumped the fence well, but he got brought down."
Robbie Power, partnering Raz De Maree (finished 10), said: "He jumped like a buck, but the ground just wasn't soft enough for him."
Bryony Frost, who finished fifth aboard Milansbar, commented: "He has run a brilliant race. It's a great event to be a part of and you can be so proud of your horses and what you've asked them to do. Down by Valentines the second time round, he just started to come underneath me a bit and I had to give him a minute as it's a long way home. We went a lovely, evening gallop and he rode him in his own space - I hope he sleeps as well as I will tonight! Milansbar was incredible, wasn't he? Our scariest moment was at the first. I was thinking that he jumps so well, that he might just over jump, and he was right down on his nose. Then we got in his rhythm and he was in my hands the whole way. He missed one before the Canal Turn. He was fifth and that is an amazing feat."
Katie Walsh, rider of Baie Des Iles [finished 12th), commented: "She ran well but we got badly hampered at Valentines. She's got time on her side."
Paddy Brennan, partnering Chase The Spud (PU 15th), said: "He was never happy and didn't take to it at all."
Keith Donoghue, rider of Valseur Lido (finished 8th), commented: "He ran a brilliant race and just got tired. I had a great spin and he jumped well."
Brendan Powell, rider of Maggio (PU 18th), said: "He ran well for a circuit and then his jumping let him down towards the back."
Rachael Blackmore, partnering Alpha Des Obeaux (Fell 15th), said: "He was travelling nicely but fell."
Andrew Lynch, partnering Lord Windermere (UR 8th), said: "I was brought down at the Canal Turn. I still had a long way to go, but he was going well to that point."
J J Slevin, rider of Thunder And Roses (PU 26th) "It was a great ride, he just got very tired and was pulled-up."
Sean Flanagan, aboard sixth home Road To Riches (finished sixth), said: "He jumped great, got into a bit trouble at The Chair, but he stayed on well."
Tom Bellamy, rider of Double Ross (PU 30th), said: "It was grand, he pulled up before the last as he probably just doesn't get four miles."
Sean Bowen, aboard Warriors Tale (PU 29th), said: "We pulled-up in the end, but he jumped brilliantly and maybe wants better ground."
Sam Coltherd, rider of Captain Redbeard (UR 7th), commented: "It was grand, he just got in tight and I came out the side door - he might go for the Scottish National."
Tom O'Brien, rider of Tenor Nivernais (PU 26th), said: "It was brilliant, had a great spin around and enjoyed every second of it."
Adam Wedge, aboard Buywise (UR 8th), commented: "I was just unfortunate to get brought down at the Canal Turn as it was early on, but he was jumping well."
Ciaran Gethings, rider of Saint Are (BD 15th), said: "He went OK, but we were brought down."
Gavin Sheehan, aboard Final Nudge (UR 8th), commented: "He jumped OK, but we unseated early on."
Paul Townend, rider of Total Recall (PU 29th), said: "There were too many mistakes on the first circuit- we'll try again next year."
Alain Cawley, partnering Perfect Candidate (Fell 1st), said: "We fell at the first."
James Bowen, rider of Shantou Flyer (PU 26th), commented: "It was a pretty good spin and he jumped for fun early on, but he just got tired; it was very enjoyable."
Mark Walsh, rider of Carlingford Lough (PU run-in), said: "He ran well but got tired."
Henry Brooke, rider of Delusionofgrandeur (PU 17th), commented: "He didn't really travel.
Vieux Lion Rouge, ridden by Tom Scudamore (9th), said: "We had a great spin, but he got tired."
Brian Hughes, rider of Seeyouatmidnight (11th), commented: "He ran really well. He jumped really well throughout and he was really enjoying himself - he just got tired late on and considering he's run once this season, it was a great effort."
Robbie Dunne, jockey of Gas Line Boy (7th), said: "It was another great run over the fences."
Harry Cobden, rider of The Dutchman (UR 23rd), said: "He was running well and was really taking to the fences before he went at Foinavon."
Danny Cook, rider of I Just Know (Fell 6th), said: "He was jumping well, but fell at Becher's."
Harry Skelton, jockey of Virgilio (Fell 6th), said: "He was going OK but fell at Becher's."
Aidan Coleman, rider of Pendra (PU 29th), said: "He gave me a good spin but got tired."
Jonathan Burke, partnering Childrens List (PU run-in), said: "He jumped like he had been going round there all his life. He just got tired."