1000 GUINEAS 1936
The 123rd winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Friday 1st May 1936 over the Rowley Mile, was Tide-Way (100/30), a brown filly by Fairway out of Drift, owned by the 17th Earl of Derby. The winner won by 1 1/2 lengths in 1 minute 39.20 secs, with a neck back to the third. A field of 22 runners contested the race which was worth £7500 (Equivalent to £489,800 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
TIDE-WAY Dick Perryman Colledge Leader 17th Earl of Derby 100/30
FEOLA Freddie Fox Lord Derby 28/1
FERRYBRIDGE Gordon Richards Mr R F Watson 11/4
TRAFFIC LIGHT R Dick Lord Astor 8/1
FAIR COP J Sirett Lord Astor 33/1
VEUVE CLIQUOT Eph Smith Sir Jack Jarvis 7/1
CHIBERTA J Marshall Major Barclay 28/1
TRELISSIA R A Jones Sir W Burbidge 33/1
MAIDEN FAIR C Dickens Mr Frank Butters 20/1
CROSSPATCH T Lowrey Major Courtauld 33/1
BARROWBY GEM P Beasley Sir F Eley 100/6
FAIR RANEE Steve Donoghue Vicomte de Fontarce 33/1
EMPIRE GLORY A Wragg Lord Glanely 33/1
CONSTELLATE Harry Wragg Sir H Cunliffe-Owen 33/1
BIRMANIA W Sibbritt   M Guthmann 20/1
SILVER BIRCH Doug Smith   Mr E Harmsworth 25/1
GOLLYWOG Brownie Carslake   Mr J B Joel 28/1
HER SISTER Charlie Smirke   HH Aga Khan 33/1
EXPECTATION W Rickaby   Major McCalmont 100/6
LOVELY ROSA Tommy Weston   Sir Abe Bailey 33/1
OSWAY M Beary   Miss Dorothy Paget 33/1
COSY G Bezant   Mr J de Rothschild 33/1
      Over Round 143%