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Grand National winning-jockey Sam Waley-Cohen pauses retirement for one more race

Sam Waley-Cohen is one of 16 jockeys in Doncaster's Ubettabelieveit Leger Legends. Kieren Fallon, Sam Thomas, and Megan Nicholls also appear.

Sam Waley-Cohen admits the Grand National victory has finally sunk in.

The rider, who retired after winning on Noble Yeats in April, returns to Ubettabelieveit Leger Legends at Doncaster.

Grand National winning-jockey Sam Waley-Cohen pauses retirement for one more race

Six-time Flat champion Kieren Fallon and 2008 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Sam Thomas are among Waley’s opponents. Cohen’s

Tomorrow’s mile-long race is very different from Aintree’s 30 jumps. Waley-Cohen has had time to think about his biggest accomplishment since he won on Noble Yeats, which belonged to his father.

“It was a whirlwind at the time, so the summer calm has been nice,” the 40-year-old said.

“I’ve been thinking about what to do after racing at Portman Healthcare.”

Richard Waley-Cohen will ride Richard Hannon’s Sandy Paradise for a minute at Town Moor. The successful amateur has kept fit since putting away his saddle.

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