1000 GUINEAS 1893
The 80th winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Friday 5th May 1893 over the Rowley Mile, was Siffleuse (100/1), a chestnut filly by Saraband out of Assay, owned by Sir John Blundell Maple. The winner won by a head in 1 minute 53 secs, with a length and a half back to the third. A field of 11 runners contested the race which was worth £3,750 (Equivalent to £438,800 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
SIFFLEUSE Tommy Loates Percy Peck Sir John Blundell Maple 100/1
DAME PRESIDENT Jimmy Woodburn Sir John Blundell Maple 100/30
TRESSURE A White Lord Rosebery 100/14
SILENE Morny Cannon Mr Douglas Baird 6/1
EVERMORE F Rickaby Mr R H Combe 4/1
THE PRIZE John Watts Duke of Portland 100/15
BONNE SORTE E Watkins M E Deschamp 33/1
DARTAWAY Bradford Mr Noel Fenwick 33/1
SIMOOM R Chaloner Lord Cadogan 100/1
HALMA G Chaloner Captain Machell 100/1
MEDORA F Webb Mr H Milner 9/1
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