2000 GUINEAS 1941
The 133rd winner of the 'New 2000 Guineas Stakes', held on Wednesday 30th April 1941 over the Bunbury Mile of the July Course, was Lambert Simnel (10/1), a bay colt by Fair Trial out of Simnel, owned by the 2nd Duke of Westminster. The winner won by 2 lengths in 1 minute 42.60 secs, with a length and a half back to the third. A field of 19 runners contested the race which was worth £7500 (Equivalent to £385,600 in 2017)
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
LAMBERT SIMNEL Charlie Elliott Fred Templeman 2nd Duke of Westminster 10/1
MOROGORO Harry Wragg HH Maharani Sahab of Kolhapur 100/30
SUN CASTLE P T Beasley Lord Portal 100/7
SUN RAY K Mullins 33/1
OWEN TUDOR Gordon Richards 11/4
MR SAWYER G Bridgland 33/1
USENGE Eph Smith 33/1
DEVONIAN Dick Perryman 20/1
SELIM HASSAN M Beary 4/1
SOLLUM Cliff Richards 33/1
STARWORT J Taylor 25/1
KING'S JESTER A Richardson 33/1
ANNATOM A Wragg 25/1
BURNING ROW R A Jones 33/1
CAMPERDOWN Tommy Lowery 33/1
CHANDA R Lacey 20/1
SUNNY ISLAND J Carey 33/1
FAIRY PRINCE F Lane 33/1
ORTHODOX Doug Smith 10/1
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