1921 Grand National

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1921 Grand National
Grand National
Location Aintree Racecourse
Date 18 March 1921
Winning horse Shaun Spadah
Starting price 100/9
Jockey Fred Rees
Trainer George Poole
Owner Malcolm McAlpine
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External video
Silent highlights of the 1921 Grand National (British Pathé)

The 1921 Grand National was the 80th renewal of the world-famous Grand National horse race that took place at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool, England, on 18 March 1921.

The race was won by Shaun Spadah, a 100/9 bet ridden by Fred Rees and trained by George Poole for owner Malcolm McAlpine. The winner was the only horse to complete the course without falling.[1]

In second place was The Bore, who remounted after falling at the second-last fence, having raced alongside the winner since Turkey Buzzard fell at Becher's Brook on the second circuit. All White and Turkey Buzzard were also remounted to finish third and fourth respectively. No other horses completed the race.[1] Thirty-five horses ran and all returned safely to the stables.

Finishing Order[edit]

Position Name Jockey Age Handicap (st-lb) SP Distance
01 Shaun Spadah Dick Rees 10 11-7 1011.1111111111 100/9 A distance
02 The Bore Harry Brown 10 11-8 1009 9/1 F
03 All White Bob Chadwick 7 10-13 1033 33/1
04 Turkey Buzzard Tuppy Bennet 8 12-2 1011.1111111111 100/9 Last to complete

Non-finishers[edit]

Fence Name Jockey Age Handicap (st-lb) SP Fate
05 Eamon Beag M Connors 8 10-4 1010 10/1 Fell
16 Loch Allen John Kelly 10 11-0 1100 100/1 Fell
? Clonree Tom Hulme 7 12-0 1033 33/1
? Old Tay Bridge Ernest Piggott 7 11-8 1012.5 100/8
? General Saxham Willie Smith 8 11-4 1066 66/1
? Garryvoe Ivor Anthony 7 11-2 1011.1111111111 100/9
? Glencorrig Henry Bletsoe 7 10-13 1050 50/1
? Daydawn Jack Anthony 8 10-13 1014.2857142857 100/7
? Prince Clifton Lewis Rees 8 10-13 1066 66/1
? White Surrey Tony Escott 9 10-12 1033 33/1
? Rather Dark A Gregson 7 10-12 1033 33/1
? Bobbydazzler A Stubbs 7 10-12 1100 100/1
? Short Knock M Halpin 12 10-10 1100 100/1
? Halston Mr Frith 9 10-9 1050 50/1
? Hill Of Camas Capt J C Delmege 13 10-7 1100 100/1
? Wavebeam Mr S C Lloyd 10 10-7 1100 100/1
? Picture Saint N Hayes 9 10-5 1100 100/1
? Ballysax George Goswell 7 10-5 1100 100/1
? Bonnie Charlie Mr M C Blair 13 10-4 1100 100/1
? Blazers William Watkinson 7 10-4 1030 30/1
? Rufus XXI Captain Doyle 10 10-0 1100 100/1
? Cupid's Dart James Hogan Jnr 7 9-12 1100 100/1
? Long Lough Robert Trudgill 9 9-12 1100 100/1
? White Cockade H Wicks 8 9-10 1100 100/1
? Forewarned Roger Burford 6 9-10 1050 50/1
? Glenefly Tommy Willmot 7 9-7 1100 100/1
? Prosperitz W Daly 7 9-7 1100 100/1
? Charlbury B Ellis 13 9-7 1100 100/1
? Hackam G Clancy 6 9-7 1066 66/1
? Redstart V Major A W H James 13 9-7 1100 100/1
? Any Time Frank Wootton 10 10-6 1050 50/1

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Grand National". The Times (42673). London. 19 March 1921. p. 5. 
  2. ^ http://www.greyhoundderby.com/GN1921.htm
  3. ^ The Grand National 1839-1930 by David Hoadley Munroe
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 27 December 2013. Retrieved 2015-05-27.