Sport: Scoreboard: Apr. 6, 1962

» Over the historic Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree, England (first run in 1839), a 28-1 outsider, Kilmore, galloped home a winner by ten lengths, collecting $56,666, the biggest purse ever, for English Owner Nat Cohen. The twelve-year-old bay gelding, oldest horse to win in 39 years, slogged over a course made treacherous by rain, snow and hail that dumped 15 of the 32-horse starting field, was followed by Wyndburgh (starting odds 45-1), Mr. What (22-1) and Guy Navaree (100-1). The favorite, last year's winner Nicolaus Silver (8-1), lumbered home seventh.

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