One Thousand Guineas

One Thousand Guineas
racing

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also spelled  1,000 Guineas 

      one of the five English Classic horse races, run over a straight mile (1.6 km) on the Rowley Mile course at the Newmarket (Suffolk) spring meeting. The race was first run in 1814. It is for three-year-old fillies and is run on the Friday following the Wednesday running of the Two Thousand Guineas, which is open to three-year-old colts and fillies. The most remarkable One Thousand Guineas winner was Scepter in 1902, the winner also of the Two Thousand Guineas, the Oaks, and the Saint Leger, running fourth in the Derby.

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