1000 GUINEAS 1929
The 116th winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Friday 3rd May 1929 over the Rowley Mile, was Taj Mah (33/1), a grey filly by Lemberg out of Taj Mahal, owned by Simon Guthmann. The winner won by 3/4 length in 1 minute 40.4 secs, with a short head back to the third. A field of 19 runners contested the race which was worth £5,050 (Equivalent to £291,900 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
TAJ MAH Wally Sibbritt Juan Torterolo Simon Guthmann 33/1
SISTER ANNE Joe Childs Lt-Colonel G Loder 5/2
ELLANVALE E C Elliott Sir G Bullough 20/1
POINT DUTY H Jelliss Lord Astor 9/1
BUCTOUCHE R Perryman Lord Beaverbrook 20/1
DRIFT Tommy Weston Lord Derby 25/1
HIPPONA Steve Donoghue Mr G Drummond 20/1
NECKLACE II G Garner Mr E Eamond 20/1
GRAND IDOL Gordon Richards Lord Glanely 50/1
STORY TELLER F Lane Mrs E Harmsworth 50/1
BELLE MERE J Leach Sir J B Jardine 100/7
MY QUEEN Fred Winter Mr Solly Joel 50/1
ARABELLA C Ray Lt-Colonel G Loder 20/1
BUXOM MARY Graves Mr E L Ralli 50/1
MORNING MIST James   Mrs C Rich 25/1
VANSTANDEN Harry Wragg   Sir L Richardson 50/1
SADDLE TOR M Beary   Mr Washington Singer 33/1
QUEEN SCOTIA H Beasley   Mr D Sullivan 100/6
ALMONDALE Bobby Jones   Mr S Tattersall 5/2
      Over Round 128%