1000 GUINEAS 1941

The 128th winner of the 'New 1000 Guineas Stakes', held on Thursday 1st May 1941 over the Bunbury Mile of the July Course, was Dancing Time (100/8), a bay filly by Colombo out of Show Girl, owned by the 1st Baron Glanely. The winner won by a length in 1 minute 41 secs, with 2 lengths back to the third. A field of 13 runners contested the race which was worth £7500 (Equivalent to £385,600 in 2017)


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
DANCING TIME Dick Perryman Joseph Lawson 1st Baron Glanely 100/8
BEAUSITE Harry Wragg   Mrs A James 7/1
KEYSTONE Gordon Richards   Mr Peter Beatty 11/2
MISS STEADFAST Tommy Lowery 33/1
FRENCH KIN Cliff Richards 100/6
SHRIMP SAUCE Charlie Elliott 100/7
RUBINA J Kirby 33/1
NORMA M Beary 8/1
SAMANGA R A Jones 20/1
TURKANA P Evans 3/1
MERCY Eph Smith 5/2
THELA P Gomey 33/1
BOOKLET P Beasley 100/8

In the Official 3-Y-O Free Handicap Derby winner Owen Tudor was rated 4lbs higher than St Leger winner Sun Castle, 7lbs higher than Oaks winner Commotion, 8lbs higher than 2000 Guineas winner Lambert Simnel and 11lbs higher than 1000 Guineas winner Dancing Time. Based on their entire career performances, this site rates Owen Tudor 9lbs higher than Sun Castle, 13lbs higher than Commotion, 14lbs higher than Lambert Simnel, and 15lbs higher than Dancing Time.

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