1000 GUINEAS 1932

The 119th winner of the 1000 Guineas, held on Friday 29th April 1932 over the Rowley Mile, was Kandy (33/1), a bay filly by Alcantaraz out of Kiao-Tchau, owned by Evremond de Saint-Alary. The winner won by a length in 1 minute 44 secs, with a further length back to the third. A field of 19 runners contested the race which was worth £5,050 (Equivalent to £316,600 in 2017). She was trained in France by Frank Carter, but sent to England to be based at Clarehaven, Newmarket, stables run by Victor Gilpin.


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
KANDY Charlie Elliott Frank Carter (France) (Victor Gilpin) Evremond de Saint-Alary 33/1
THORNDEAN R A Jones Mr S Tattersall 20/1
SAFE RETURN Gordon Richards Lord Woolavington 100/6
PENNYCROSS R Dick Lord Astor 8/1
ZARETTE R Perryman Mr A Berry 33/1
CONCORDIA Harry Wragg Mr A Cox 13/8
SOLVITA Brownie Carslake Mr T Davidson 20/1
GLUDECCA Tommy Weston Lord Derby 100/8
PHILOMENE H Jelliss Mr E Esmond 33/1
ADA DEAR F Rickaby Lord Glanely 20/1
SARUM Freddie Fox Sir C Hyde 33/1
BECTI M Beary HH Aga Khan 6/1
UDAIPUR Steve Donoghue HH Aga Khan 20/1
PYRENE A Wragg Lt-Colonel G Loder 20/1
FORTUNATE LADY Eph Smith Major M Lyons 33/1
PARTH'S LOVE H Beasley Mr A K Macomber 20/1
DULCE Joe Childs Mr S Vinete 33/1
GOLDEN POMONA T Lowrey Lady Yale 20/1
DIAMALT C Richards   Mrs V Sainsbury 33/1
      Over Round 133%