The following Epsom Oaks 1937 clip is a 2 minute 16 secs clip from British Pathe

The 159th winner of the Oaks, held on Friday 4th June 1937, was the 3/1 favourite Exhibitionist, a bay filly by Solario out of Lady Wembley, owned by Sir Victor Sassoon. A field of 13 contested the race and the winners time was 2 minutes 36.8 secs. The winner won £7,133 (Equivalent to £462,200 in 2017).


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
EXHIBITIONIST Steve Donoghue Joseph Lawson Sir Victor Sassoon 3/1
SWEET CONTENT Wally Sibbritt Digby Mr F Dessiel 33/1
SCULPTURE Bobby Jones Lawson Lord Astor 20/1
BLACK LASHES Michael Beary Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort M Widener 9/2
FIRST FLIGHT Sam Wragg Ossie Bell Lord Londonderry 8/1
BURLINGTON LASS F Herbert Swift Mr Wilmot 33/1
NAISEBOROUGH Eph Smith Jack Jarvis Sir W Burbidge 100/6
SUNBEAT Gordon Richards Lawson Lord Astor 100/7
FIELDFARE Harry Wragg Gilpin Lt-Colonel Giles Loder 8/1
SPRAY Pat Beasley Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort Major Cayser 6/1
SELIMA Richard Perryman H Cottrill Lord Derby 100/6
SOL SPERANZA M Wing Ireland Mr D Sullivan 25/1
ROCKFOIL T Lowrey Ossie Bell Lord Londonderry 33/1
      Over Round 118%
For further information on this Classic race 'The Oaks Stakes' by Michael Church provides a comprehensive history of the great race. It is a limited edition volume, limited to 650 copies, and is available from Amazon ISBN 1910498289