1864 Grand National

The 1864 Grand National was the 26th renewal of the Grand National horse race that took place at Aintree near Liverpool, England, on 9 March 1864.[1] The winning mare was a full sister to the 1863 winner Emblem.

1864 Grand National
Grand National
LocationAintree
Date9 March 1864
Winning horseEmblematic
Starting price10/1
JockeyEngland George Stevens
TrainerEdwin Weever
OwnerLord Coventry
ConditionsSoft (good to soft in places)
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Finishing OrderEdit

Position Name Jockey Handicap (st-lb) SP Distance
01 Emblematic George Stevens 10-6 10-1
02 Arbury Ben Land 11-12 40-1 3 lengths
03 Chester Walter White 10-0 40-1
04 Thomastown J. Murphy 12-0 33-1
05 Ocean Witch Bill Reeves 10-2 20-1 Last to Complete

Non-finishersEdit

Fence Name Jockey Handicap (st-lb) SP Fate
Reporter G. Dixon 12-2 40-1 Fell
Sir William C. Davison 11-10 100-1
Jerusalem George Ede 11-10 9-2 Pulled Up
Harry J. Cassidy 11-10 50-1 Fell
Bantam George Holman 11-8 5-1 Pulled Up
Wee Nell James Knott 11-6 12-1 Pulled Up
Leonidas Charles Boyce 11-4 100-1 Pulled Up
Serious Case George Waddington 11-3 11-1 Fell
Romeo F. Martin 11-0 33-1 Fell
Little Bab Patrick Igoe 11-0 100-1
Portland Alec Goodman 10-12 12-1 Fell
Santanella D. Meaney 10-12 100-1 Fell
Bell's Life E. Griffiths 10-12 30-1 Fell
Ireley M. Blake 10-10 40-1 Knocked Over
National Petition J. Monaghan 10-8 100-1
Real Jam David Hughes 10-8 11-1
Brian Borhoime J. Poinons 10-4 100-1 Pulled Up
Martha John Land 10-0 33-1 Fell
Miss Maria John Holman 10-0 100-1
Silk And Satin William? Jarvis 10-0 100-1

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 27 December 2013. Retrieved 27 May 2015.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Aintree Grand National 1864".
  3. ^ The Grand National 1839-1930 by David Hoadley Munroe
  4. ^ "Heroes and heroines of the Grand National". 1907.
  5. ^ "1864".