What'll Win The National? 1964

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    Full title reads: "What'll Win The National?"

    Pathe takes a look at what horses might do well in the forthcoming Grand National.

    GV Race horses in the paddock at Aintree. SV Team Spirit being paraded.

    GV Large string of horses on the downs at Middleham, Yorkshire where Captain Neville Crump trains. GV Ditto with Crump standing with back to camera in foreground. GV String of horses cantering past camera led by "Dormant" and "Victory Day". SV In Crump's stable yard showing "Spring Bok" in rub down. CU ditto. GV String of horses that are trained by Fulke Walwyn at Lambourn, Berkshire. CU Walwyn up on "Mandarin". GV Pan. "Plumber's Plain" going past camera. GV Pan. String of horses which includes "Mill House" but these are being led by "Team Spirit". SV In the stable yard of Mr Tom Taaffe showing "Loving Record". CU Jockey Toss Taaffe and his father looking at Loving Record. LV Loving Record being washed down. CU Tom Taaffe and Loving Record. SV Trainer TW Dreaper holding the reins of "Willow King" with Jockey Liam McLoughlin in the saddle. CU Dreaper. GV "Willow King" cantering towards and past camera. SV "Blunt's Cross" being led in after exercise at the stable of Fonsie O'Brien. CU Blunt's Cross with trainer O'Brien. SV Another O'Brien entry "Bazier" eating oats from bucket. CU Bazier. SV Trainer D L Moore with on the left "Flying Wild" and "Gale Force X" Flying Wild is the Gray. The horses move off and canter away. CU Mr Moore. SV Flying Wild and Gale Force X.

    GV Horses milling round at the start at Aintree. CU Pathe News Cameraman. Tracking shot horses going along the National Course. The words "Coming Soon" Zoom out and then fade and the words "To This Theatre" Zoom out and fade to be replaced by the words "The Grand National" which fade and are replaced by the words "Don't Miss It!"

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    01:16:44:00 / 01:18:41:00
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