Grand National faller Teaforthree victorious on return
Welsh-trained Teaforthree has won in its first race since falling as favourite in the 2014 Grand National at Aintree.
The horse trained by Rebecca Curtis won the Hunters Chase at Bangor on Dee.
Teaforthree, the 2-1 favourite, was ridden home by Irishman JJ Codd.
The bay gelding was 9-1 favourite to become the first Welsh-trained winner of the Grand National since 1905, but took a tumble in a race won by 25-1 outsider Pineau De Re.