1000 GUINEAS 1922
The 109th winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Friday 28th April 1922 over the Rowley Mile, was Silver Urn (12/1), a chestnut filly by Juggernaut out of Queen Silver, owned by Mr B W Parr. The winner won by 2 lengths in 1 minute 41 secs, with 3/4 length back to the third. A field of 20 runners contested the race which was worth £5,050 (Equivalent to £226,800 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
SILVER URN Brownie Carslake Atty Persse Mr B W Parr 12/1
SOUBRIQUET Vic Smyth Sir E Hulton 100/12
GOLDEN CORN Steve Donoghue Mr Field 7/4
WIDOW BIRD J Evans Sir Abe Bailey 33/1
CATSPAW C Elliott Sir G Bullonge 33/1
FORDINGBRIDGE E Gardner Lord Derby 33/1
INDULGENCE Alfred Whalley Lord Durham 100/12
LADY CALFIELD J Brennan Mr Gladden 33/1
IDUMEA Freddie Fox Mr J P Hornung 33/1
WINSOME W Lister Sir E Hulton 33/1
STUPIDITY F Lane Mr Jack B Joel 33/1
ADULATION F Bullock Mr Jack B Joel 33/1
CHALCEDONY H Jelliss Lord Londonderry 33/1
NAPOULE M Beary Sir W Nelson 33/1
LATTICE N Spear Lord Rosebery 20/1
ANADYOMENE G Hulme   Mr A de Rothschild 33/1
THE BASILISK H Gray   Mr J A de Rothschild 33/1
MYSIA G Archibald   M E D St Alary 33/1
ENCORE Harry Wragg   Lord Sefton 33/1
LEIGHTON TOR Joe Childs   Mr W M G Singer 9/2
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