1907 Grand National

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1907 Grand National
Grand National
Location Aintree Racecourse
Date 22 March 1907
Winning horse Eremon
SP 8/1
Jockey Alf Newey
Trainer Tom Coulthwaite
Owner Stanley Howard
Conditions Good
1906
1908

The 1907 Grand National was the 69th renewal of the world-famous Grand National horse race that took place at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool, England, on 22 March 1907.[1]

The race was won by Eremon, an 8/1 bet ridden by jockey Alf Newey and trained by Tom Coulthwaite.

Tom West finished in second place, Patlander was third and Ravenscliffe fourth.

Twenty-three horses ran and all but one returned safely to the stables. Kilts was fatally injured in a fall at the first fence.

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