2000 GUINEAS 1810
The 2nd winner of the 2000 Guineas, held on Tuesday 8th May 1810 over the Rowley Mile course, was Hephestion (5/1), a bay colt by Alexander out of Olivia, owned by the 2nd Earl Grosvenor. A field of 9 runners contested the race which was won easily by the winner and worth 1450 Guineas (Equivalent to £113,200 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
HEPHESTION Frank Buckle Robert Robson 2nd Earl Robert Grosvenor 5/1
THE DANDY Lord Kinnaird 7/1
BROTHER TO SIR DAVID Lord Stawell 50/1
JUVENAL Duke of Grafton 6/1
THE WITCH OF ENDOR Mr Dundas 50/1
ECCLESTON Lord Grosvenor 50/1
ANTHONIO Mr Howorth 4/6
ST PATRICK Mr Elwes 50/1
CRISPIN Mr Payne 50/1
Note that only horses priced at 7/1 or better were recorded, all others have been allocatde 50/1 Over Round 102%
Note: The above photographic image is shown because it was produced in 1802, the painter died in 1835, and it is therefore in the public domain.