1000 GUINEAS 1933

The 120th winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Friday 28th May 1933 over the Rowley Mile, was Brown Betty (8/1), a brown filly by Friar Marcus out of Garpal, owned by Mr William Woodward. The winner won by 1/2 a length in 1 minute 41 secs, with 3/4 length back to the third. A field of 22 runners contested the race which was worth £5,050 (Equivalent to £324,700 in 2017)


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
BROWN BETTY Joe Childs Cecil Boyd-Rochfort Mr William Woodward 8/1
FUR TOR R A Jones Mr Washington Singer 100/6
MYROBELLA Gordon Richards Lord Lonsdale 5/1
GERRARD'S CROSS J Brennan Lord Astor 33/1
BETTY R Dick Lord Astor 100/30
ST KILDA E Roberts Mr P Cazalet 33/1
DONA SOL S Wragg Sir C Chubb 33/1
TYPHONIC Steve Donoghue Major Courtauld 100/6
SUPERVISOR W Sherry Mr F Darling 33/1
SANTA BARBARA Tommy Weston Lord Derby 33/1
SUNNY ANNA J Marshall Mr J Dewar 33/1
BIPEARL E C Elliott Mr E Esmond 6/1
ECLAIR Joe Canty Mr M Field 100/6
OLIFA R Perryman Lord Howard de Walden 20/1
UNA M Beary HH Aga Khan 4/1
PARSAN F Lane HH Aga Khan 33/1
SHELA-NA-GIG P Beasley Major McCalmont 33/1
COIN OF THE REALM Harry Wragg   Lord Rosebery 100/8
LADY'S LACE J Taylor   Colonel Story 33/1
CHATELAINE Freddie Fox   Mr T Smith 25/1
SICKLE MOON C Richards   Mr R Watson 33/1
WEATHERGLASS Brownie Carslake   Duke of Westminster 33/1
      Over Round 153%