BRIDGET ANDREWS landed her first success at the Cheltenham Festival when driving Mohaayed home in the Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle.
The 3lb-claiming conditional rider was embraced by her partner Harry Skelton, who rode stablemate Spiritofthegames into sixth place, when the horses pulled up after the line.
Mohaayed was a 33-1 outsider with Remiluc (50-1) taking second, Whiskey Sour Whiskey Sour (7-1) taking third and Chesterfield (16-1) in fourth.
Sternrubin and Tigris River took the 24-runner field along until the serious end of the ultra-competitive contest and it was hard to call the winner at the final flight.
A delighted Andrews said: "It's unbelievable. He's given me a dream ride. He galloped all the way to the line.
Wins also for Surrey Storm, Saracens Mavericks and team bath
photo Dan Vernon
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