The 1932 Grand National was the 91st renewal of the world-famous Grand National horse race that took place at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool, England, on 18 March 1932.
The race was won by Forbra at odds of 50/1. The seven-year-old was ridden by jockey Tim Hamey and trained by Tom Rimell.
Egremont finished in second place, Shaun Goilin was third and Near East fourth. Thirty-six horses ran and all returned safely to the stables.
Edward, Prince of Wales was in attendance at Aintree for the showpiece steeplechase.