|1936 Grand National|
|Date||27 March 1936|
|Jockey||Mr. Fulke Walwyn|
|Trainer||Maj. Noel Furlong|
|Owner||Maj. Noel Furlong|
|Highlights of the 1936 Grand National (British Pathé)|
Reynoldstown, a 10/1 shot owned and trained by Major Noel Furlong and ridden by amateur jockey Fulke Walwyn, won the race for the second year in a row after being left clear by Davy Jones running out at the last fence.
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