Lucinda Russell became the fourth woman to train the victor of the Grand National at Aintree - and the third in nine editions - when her eight-year-old One For Arthur saluted in the 170th running of the event on Sunday morning (AEDT).
The last amateur to ride the victor of the world's most famous steeplechase was Marcus Armytage aboard Mr Frisk in 1990.
One For Arthur was trained near Kinross by Lucinda Russell, and beat out Cause Of Causes which finished second, and Saint Are which placed third.
It was too much to ask in the 20 degrees heat, and four fences from home the running was taken up by Blaklion, who had started as the 8-1 favourite. It's been an absolutely wonderful day.
"They're the ones that look after all these horses and do all the hard work for all of us". Whilst Deborah added "We always hoped he'd be a national horse in the making.Our dream was to get him here but to actually win, well I'm lost for words". Those numbers have won a total of eight Grand Nationals over the period, four each, with Neptune Collonges being the latest horse to win with either number (4).
"I suppose facing into the second-last I thought we had a chance, but when the eventual victor loomed up on the run to the last I kind of felt he had plenty of horse left", he added.
Krone, then 29, did not wish to make anything of her landmark win: "I don't think the question has to be genderised".
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She said: "We had a few drinks with the owners, left Aintree, drove home and went to bed - not really very exciting".
Winning jockey Derek Fox, who returned from a broken collarbone and wrist before the race, said: "I can't believe it".
"I kind of had an idea going out that we'd be far enough back", said the jockey.
Fox, who like last year's victor David Mullins was having his first ride in the race, nearly missed this glorious moment. He just jumped so well and never missed a fence.
"He came there with his chance at two out and I would just say he has been outstayed".
"That knocked the stuffing out of us and I had to pull him up". I hadn't had many rides back. "It's the best feeling I've ever had in my whole life and it's unbelievable".
"I'm just delighted for Derek - he's a big part of our set up". He's only 24. He didn't get flustered - he's got a great attitude.