Grand National Aka The World's Greatest… 1922

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    The 1922 Grand National at Aintree race course, Liverpool, Merseyside.

    Full title reads: "THE WORLDS GREATEST RACE - The race for the 'Grand National'- first run in 1837 - is 4 miles 836 yards over 30 obstacles and is worth £5000 to the winner."

    Various shots of horses and jockeys on Aintree race course being led past the crowd. L/S of horse at start line preparing to start. L/S of race beginning, horses and riders disappear into distance heading for the first fence. L/S of horse jumping fence, three horses and riders fall. M/S of crowd watching the winner approach the line. M/S of trainer smiling and stroking winning horse.

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    British Pathé
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    01:00:01:00 / 01:02:32:00
    G 862
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    G 0862
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