2000 GUINEAS 1814
The 6th winner of the 2000 Guineas, held on Tuesday 26th April 1814 over the Rowley Mile course, was Olive (5/1), a bay colt by Sir Oliver out of Scotina, owned by Mr Wyndham. A field of 14 runners contested the race which was worth 1450 Guineas (Equivalent to £97,400 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
OLIVE Bill Arnull R Dixon Boyce Mr Charles Wyndham 5/1
UNNAMED COLT BY HAPHAZARD Mr Prince 7/4
UNNAMED BROTHER TO SAGANA Mr Lake 25/1
MULATTO General Lev. Grosvenor 25/1
SPECTRE Major Wilson 25/1
UNNAMED BROTHER TO THUNDERBOLT Sir Charles Bunbury 25/1
RAMROD Duke of Grafton 25/1
MEDORA Duke of Rutland 7/1
MAGICIAN Lord Foley 25/1
PORTER Mr Villiers 25/1
UNNAMED BROTHER TO BURLEIGH Mr Vansittart 25/1
CRABSTICK Mr Glover 25/1
TALLEYRAND Mr Wilson 25/1
LIBERATOR Mr Dundas 25/1
Note that only horses priced at 7/1 or better were recorded, all others have been allocated 25/1 Over Round 108%
Note: The images above are shown courtesy of the Sporting Gazette and Agricultural Journal 1879