The race was run on Friday March 27th, 1914.
Sunloch was the winner at odds of 100/6. The winner carried 9 stone 7 pounds and the race was run in a time of 9 minutes 58 seconds. The winning distance was 8 lengths. The winning jockey was Tom Tyler.
1913 winner Covercoat was the race favourite at 7/1 but did not place.
Full race result:
|1||Sunloch||Bill Smith||8||9st 7lb||100/6|
|2||Trianon III||Charles Hawkins||9||11st 9lb||100/8|
|3||Lutteur III||Alec Carter||10||12st 6lb||10/1|
|4||Rory O’Moore||Percy Whitaker||13||11st 8lb||20/1|
|–||Covertcoat||Percy Woodland||8||12st 7lb||7/1|
|–||Couvrefeu III||Jack Anthony||10||11st 7lb||20/1|
Also ran: Great Cross, Bahadur, Ballyhackle, Another Delight, Bloodstone, Jacobus, Regent, Ilston, Thowl Pin, All Gold II, Dutch Pennant, Blow Pipe, Fetlar’s Pride, Diplomatist II
Race time: 9m 58.8s
1914 Aintree Grand National Race Card
Seen here is the race card for the 1914 Aintree Grand National. While not the most notable of winners, at over 100 years old this souvenir programme is scarce and very collectable. In clean, sound condition it should attain a premium price tag.