2000 GUINEAS 1827
The 19th winner of the 2000 Guineas, held on Tuesday 1st May 1827 on the Rowley Mile, was Turcoman (5/1), a bay colt by Selim out of Pope Joan, owned by the 4th Duke of Grafton, who won by 2 lengths. A field of 5 runners contested the race which was worth 1600 Guineas (Equivalent to £152,700 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
TURCOMAN Frank Buckle Robert Robson 4th Duke of Grafton 5/1
CHRYSALIS Lord Jersey 7/4
GRAMPUS Mr Charles Wyndham 11/8
LATIMER 4th Duke of Grafton 25/1
UNNAMED BAY COLT BY WHISKER Mr Chifney 25/1
Note that only horses priced at 5/1 or better were recorded, all others have been allocated 25/1 Over Round 102%
Note: The image above is shown courtesy of the Sporting Gazette and Agricultural Journal 1879.

The newspaper extract below is shown courtesy of the British Library Online and Bell's Life and the Sporting Chronicle.