This was run on Thursday 2nd June 1808 and 10 ran from an initial entry of 38. The winner won by 1/2 a length and a first prize of £1,260, (The equivalent of £105,900 in today's terms based on Bank of England inflation calculator). The winner was bred by Sir Hedworth Williamson, trained by John Lonsdale at Tupgill, Middleham and ridden by Frank Collinson. The winner was a chestnut horse by St George out of Arethusa.


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Pos. Horse Jockey Trainer Owner
1 PAN Frank Collinson John Lonsdale Sir Hedworth Williamson
2 VANDYKE William Clift   Duke of Grafton
3 CHESTER Frank Buckle   Lord Grosvenor
4 RUBENS Sam Chifney   HRH Prince of Wales
Also CLINKER Tom Goodisson   Mr Sitwell
Also SCORPION Wheatley   3rd Earl of Egremont
Also BRIGHTON LASS S.Barnard   3rd Earl of Egremont
Also NO CONJUROR Sam Arnull   Lord Stawell
Also TRISTRAM William Arnull   Mr Ladbroke


John Arnull   Mr Mellish
9/4 Vandyke      
100/30 Rubens      
5/1 Clinker      
6/1 Scorpion      
9/1 No Conjuror      
20/1 Chester      
25/1 Pan      
100/1 Bradbury      
100/1 Tristram      
100/1 Brighton Lass      
  Over-Round 106%