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1956 grand nationalの例文

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  • That was at the 1956 Grand National,
  • The running of the 1956 Grand National witnessed one of the chase's most bizarre incidents.
  • Gallagher's sudden demise was compared to Devon Loch's fall at the winning post in the 1956 Grand National.
  • After this performance Gallagher's campaign was compared to Devon Loch's fall at the winning post in the 1956 Grand National.
  • The "'1956 Grand National "'was the 110th renewal of the world-famous Grand National horse race that took place at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool, England, on 24 March 1956.
  • Another notable Welsh jockey was Dick Francis, who was British jump racing Champion Jockey in the 1953 54 season and was famous for riding Devon Loch when the horse slipped close to the winning post when leading 1956 Grand National.
  • Famous for her love of thoroughbreds and a moderately successful owner, she had one famous near miss at the 1956 Grand National when her horse, Devon Loch, mysteriously fell while well ahead of the field just yards ( meters ) from the finish line.
  • Famous for her love of thoroughbreds and a somewhat successful owner, she had one famous near miss at the 1956 Grand National when her horse, Devon Loch, mysteriously fell while well ahead of the field just yards ( meters ) from the finish line.
  • Three jockeys who led over the last fence in the National but lost the race on the run-in ended up as television commentators : David Dick luckily won the 1956 Grand National on E . S . B . when Devon Loch collapsed and he also holds the record for the number of clear rounds  nine times.