2000 GUINEAS 1935

The 127th winner of the 2000 Guineas, held on Wednesday 1st May 1935 over the Rowley Mile, was Bahram (7/2), a bay colt by Blandford out of Friar's Daughter, owned by HH Aga Khan III. The winner won by a length and a hlaf in 1 minute 41.40 secs, with 2 lengths back to the third. A field of 16 runners contested the race which was worth £7500 (Equivalent to £492,800 in 2017)


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
BAHRAM Freddie Fox Frank Butters HH Aga Khan III 7/2
THEFT Gordon Richards HH Aga Khan 11/2
SEA BEQUEST Eph Smith Mr C W Gordon 100/7
PLYMOUTH SOUND R Dick Lord Astor 50/1
ROBIN GOODFELLOW Tommy Weston Sir Abe Bailey 100/7
POWERFUL PRINCE W Nevett Sir A Butt 50/1
BOBSLEIGH R Perryman Lord Derby 7/4
SCREAMER G Nicoll Lord Glanely 33/1
APOLLO H Beasley Mr F Horlock 50/1
FAIRBAIRN Charlie Smirke Lt-Colonel Giles Loder 50/1
CONSEQUENTIAL R A Jones Sir C McLeod 33/1
DESERT CLOUD Harry Wragg Miss Dorothy Paget 20/1
MARMADUKE JINKS Edgar Britt Mrs C Buchanan 50/1
BOULENOR H Jelliss Major J Walker 50/1
AUF WIEDERSEHEN F Lane Mr T Walls 50/1
BUCKLEIGH A Wragg Lord Glanely 8/1
Note: The images opposite are shown courtesy of the issuing cigarette card companies. Over Round 123%
Shown below is an extract from Lord Derby's and his stud manager Major Jack Paine's Studbook.