1000 GUINEAS 1848
The 35th winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Thursday 25th April 1848 over the Ditch Mile, was Canezou (5/1), a chestnut filly by Melbourne out of Madame Pelerine, owned by Lord Stanley. The winner won by 1/2 a length, with a neck back to the third. A field of 9 runners contested the race which was worth £1,450 (Equivalent to £138,800 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
CANEZOU Frank Butler John Scott Lord Stanley 5/1
VEXATION J Marson Sir Joseph Hawley 5/1
PRAIRIE BIRD Sly Mr Bouverie 7/4
MISS ORBELL Templeman Sir R W Bulkeley 33/1
TIPPET Bartholomew Lord Exeter 33/1
UNNAMED BAY FILLY BY THE NOB S Rogers Mr Combe 33/1
LOLA MONTEZ Nat Flatman Colonel Peel 5/2
ATTRACTION Jem Robinson Mr Quinn 33/1
ALPHEIA S Mann Lord Stradbroke 100/8
Only horses priced at 100/8 or better were recorded, all others have been allocated 33/1. Over Round 116%