AP McCoy completed the full set of Grand Nationals as he rode Synchronised to victory in the rescheduled Welsh National at Chepstow on Saturday.
Synchronised had been the long-term favourite but was displaced on the day by Maktu, who went off at 9-2.
Maktu took close station to Giles Cross, who made most of the running.
But Matku faded with three to go and Synchronised jumped past Giles Cross - who stayed for second - at the second last to win by almost three lengths.
Synchronised's victory, at 5-1, means McCoy adds the Welsh National to his victories in the Grand National and the Scottish and Irish versions to complete a career clean sweep.
The champion jockey finally ended his Grand National hoodoo when triumphing on Don't Push It in 2010, while he won the Irish National on Butler's Cabin in 2007 and the Scottish equivalent on Belmont King 10 years earlier.
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