Grand National Aftermath: Field Largest in History of Race--Crowd Surpasses All Previous Figures., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-22


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GRAND NATIONAL AFTERMATH Field Largest in History of Race Crowd Surpasses All Previous Figures Shaun Spadali winner last Friday of the Grand National Steeplechase the most famous jninpins race in the world is a tenyearold bay gelding ot pure Irish breeding and owned by Thomas McAlpiue of Drogheda He has been engaged in cross country racing since 1915 and a frequent winner Heis by Kaster Pride Bazinalka BazinalkaThe The Bore which finished second is an American bred horse ten years old by Ormoudale Bettie Bramble by Bramble He was bred by Henry T Oxnard the wellknown Airginia breeder The Bore fell during the running of the big race and his owner and rider H Brown broke his collar bone He remounted however and pluckily brought the Americanbred horse iu second secondAll All White the third horse was bred and owned by Lord AVavertree who raced formerly as J Hall Walker a famous breeder and owner He is a nevenyearold son of AVhite Kagle Colonia F B Bees who rode Shaun Spadah in the race is the lending amateur rider of England and a young AVelshnian who bus come to the front in the last two years yearsThirtysix Thirtysix horses ran a record for the race and the only horse lo complete the punishing coursu perfectly was the winner winnerThe The crowd that witnessed the race was far above all previous records and included King George Queen Mary the Prince of AVaies and many other notables

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