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The owner of a horse that was put down after falling at a fence in the Grand National at Aintree has said he will not enter horses in the race again.

Incident at Grand National

Peter Nelson, who lives at Helperby, near Boroughbridge, in North Yorkshire, owned According to Pete, who fell at Becher’s Brook on the second circuit.

The horse suffered a fractured leg and was put down at the scene.

Mr Nelson said horse racing would always carry risks but that he would not enter the National again.

Mr Nelson, who has a village garage and paper shop, said: “It’s terrible. He was a family pet, part of the family.

“Everybody’s absolutely upset. We’ve had loads of people knocking on the door.

“We’ve had loads of telephone calls and flowers given and bottles of wine.

“But all of that doesn’t bring him back, does it?”

‘Broken shoulder’

Mr Nelson said…

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