He was the guy, who when he won in 2009, Clare Balding told him that he could afford to get his bad teeth fixed now..
'Jockey Liam Treadwell, who rode 100-1 shot Mon Mome to win the 2009 Grand National at Aintree, has died aged 34.
Treadwell returned to the saddle after retiring from professional riding in February 2018.
Tributes have poured in from the racing world, with the rider described as being "polite, funny, kind and brave".
Police attended Treadwell's Shropshire home after his death, which they are treating as unexplained but said there was no third-party involvement'.
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