The Grand National, attended by King George V, is won by Sergeant Murphy.
Item title reads - The World's Greatest Race. The race for "Grand National" first run in 1837 - is 4 miles 836 yards over 30 obstacles (the rest of the title is obscured by the timecode). Aintree, Liverpool.
M/S as the horses are led down the paddock, people watch them go. M/S of the Prince of Wales chatting to another man. L/S of the horses and their jockeys walking towards the starting line. L/S as they race and jump over the fences. M/S of the spectators watching from the stand, M/S as the horses jump another fence. M/S of King George V watching through binoculars, he chats to another man. Another jumps and several horses fall but get up again. M/S as they pass the winning post.
Intertitle - 'Sergeant Murphy, a gallant winner!'
C/U of Sergeant Murphy with a blanket on.