Sport: Grand National, Apr. 2, 1934

Sorley Boy, Southern Hero and two more went down at the first fence. At Becher's Brook for the first time in history, no one fell. Southern Hue, an outsider, was in front. Past the grandstand on the first time around, Gregalach, the Irish gelding who won in 1929, was leading, with Delaneige second, Forbra, 50-to-1 winner in 1932, a close third and Golden Miller, going easily, just behind. The field narrowed in the straightaway and made for the Canal Turn, the horses tiring now and their riders, in bright silks, holding them in for...

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