Scottish Grand National, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-27


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SCOTTISH GRAND NATIONAL NATIONALSergeant Sergeant Murphy the Irish steeplechaser which ran fourth in the Grand National in Stephen Sanfords colors changed hands after the race and won the Scottish Grand National Steeplechase at Eglinton April 9 for Sir Percy Maclcie and was ridden by Captain Bennett BennettIn In the field were several Grand National starters among them Drifter which was second at Liverpool The Turk II Mask On Dunadry and Dunstanburgh DunstanburghSergeant Sergeant Murphy carried 1C1 pounds and vas at 8 to 1 in the betting and won in a hard drive by a spare length from Mythical 153 J Mahoney 6 to 1 and Dunstanburgh 155 II Watkins 20 to 1 Five horses fell There were fifteen starters and among the fallen was Mabu the Australian gelding which had L B Rees up It was Rees which rode Music Hall to win the Grand National He got a nasty fall in the Scotch race

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