1000 GUINEAS 1943

The 130th winner of the 'New 1000 Guineas Stakes', held on Wednesday 26th May 1943 over the Bunbury Mile of the July Course, was Herringbone (15/2), a bay filly by King Salmon out of Schiaparelli, owned by the 17th Earl of Derby. The winner won by a neck in 1 minute 41 secs, with a length and a half back to the third. A field of 12 runners contested the race which was worth £7500 (Equivalent to £324,800 in 2017)


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
HERRINGBONE Harry Wragg Walter Earl 17th Earl of Derby 15/2
RIBBON Eph Smith Lord Rosebery 6/4
CINCTURE W Nevett Lord Durham 100/7
OPEN WARFARE Doug Smith 9/1
NOONTIDE T Carey 25/1
TIDWORTH Cliff Richards 8/1
SAMOVAR M Beary 100/7
BELL AGNES P Beasley 100/1
SHINING LIGHT Charlie Elliott 7/1
CAPITAL ENTRY Arthur Wragg 100/6
WHY HURRY Gordon Richards 100/7
MOLLY MAUREEN J Simpson 40/1
      Over Round 119%