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TURFIANA.

[BY CHEVAL]

, The weights for the forthcoming Hawke's | Bay racei came to hand yesterday (1 burs- : day), too late for review this week. In the race for the Ascot Gold Vase ' (writes my London correspondent), Lord Bradford's Chippendale, who won the Cesarewitch in 1879, and this same race in 1880, was opposed by Mr Lefevre's Tristan, a much improved four-year-old by Hermit J out of Thrift, who ran Foxhall to a bind in the Cambridgeshire last autumn, and subsequently won the Jockey Club Cup. Plungers laid 3 to 1 on Tristan freely, and the odds were never in doubt, for he won easily by halt-a-dozen lengths. The Canterbury Tatter-alls have issued a list of defaulters pested at that institution, A copy may be seen at the office of the Auckland Racing Club.

Says "Sir Launcelot": "We were treated to a look at several twn.year-olds in the saddling paddock on the occasion of the Hunt Club Steeplechases. Vanguard was not out, but Cheviot was accompanied by Grip, Lis, and the two newly named yearlings, "Barnaby" by Korari—Awatea, and "Uudcis" by Albany—No Name. The son of Idalia was in clothing, but from what I saw of him, I should say he was particularly forward. Messrs Mason and Vallance had Turquoise down, but the son of Tubal Cain was very much in the rough, and of the others parading the paddock I was the most pleased with Mr G. Bate's (illy Minerva, who is a full sister to Chan, cetlor. Her contemporary and stable companion The Jilt, who is a full sister to Fleur-de-Lys, is also very promising, and in these two young ladies the white jacket aud blue cap will, if good looks go for anything, have two very formidable representatives during the season now soon to coaimenec." Mr Walters has at last decided on naming his young stock. The Hippo-campus-Slander filly has been named Hippodamia, aud the Hippocampus—Yattuiiua lilly, Hippporiua. Musketeer and Fusilecr are the names of the promising colts by Musket out of Yatterina, and their half-brother out of Fanny Fisher has been christened Torpedo, The two sons of "Xattendon and Peeress have the appropriate handles of Herculaneum and F itz Hercules. Tho aggregate value of the stakes run for this "year at Ascot exceeded £25,000, shewing the splendid average of £9-7 for each race. 'J he principal winner was Lord Bradford, 5,98550v5., of which Quicklime contributed 2,52550vs ; Retreat, I.7Go.sovs ; and Battlefield, 1,700-:ovs. Mr J. H. Houldswortb, with his two sisters, Rozelle and Ad.iana, secured 3,490<0vs ; aodM. Lefevte, 3,718-Ovs. with Tristan, the winner this year of seven races off the reel. The Bouse memoiial this year was won by Lord Bradford's Retreat, beating Wolsely, Carlyle, and six others. Betting : 13 to Sum Ketreat, 100 to 7 agst Wolsely, aud 2ssio 1 agst Carlyle. I ami indebted to my London correipondent for reports of the following races at the recent Ascot meeting : — Tub ascot Stakes (handicap) of 25 soys each, 15 ft, and 5 if declared, with 500 added for the winner, and 109 for second, and third received 50 soys trom the stakes; winners extra. About two miles, lord Bradford's b h Retreat, by Hermit— Quick March, 6 yra. Bst 71b (F. Archer) .. 1 liu_B of Beaufort's eh c _Taugh-a-Ballagh, 3 yr3 Git 211> (te. M_rtln) .. .. _ ..2 Mr VV. S. Or*w.urf_'s eh h Edelweiss, 5 yrs, 7st9b(C. Wood) ..__..____ 3 Also ran, Reveller, Exeter, Fortissimo, Spring Tide, and Isabel. Betting: sto 2 a^.t Retreat, 4to 1 Edelweiss, 9 to 2 Exeter, 100 to 15 Fortissimo, 7 to 1 Spring Tide, 100 to 12 Faugh-a-Bal-lagh, 20 to 1 any other. Ketreat made short work of his opponent?, and won easily by three lengths. 'ins Royal Hunt Cup, value 500 soys, added to a Handicap Speepstakcs of 20 soys each, h ft; winners extra ; second received 150 soys. New Mile, 00 sabs, Mr Gorwd'a bcS weetbiread, by Brown Bread -P^ffar.3yr-i,63tilb (Wcoabarn) .. .. 1 Sir J. 1.. A. tley's b c Edensor, 1 yrs. 7st SID (Woston) _ ..2 Mr w. Gilberts eh 0, by 8 .c Saw—Peine da Comr, 3 yrs, 7at 21b (Luke) .. .. -3 Also ran : Fernandez, Limestone, Valentine, Toastmaster, Goggles, Buchanan, 1 Brag, Sybil, Prudhounme, Ishm .el, Kdelwei s, Panique, MardeD, Fenelon, Silver B-11, Wbipper-m, and Whin Elossom. Betting : sto 1 each against Ishmael and Sweetbread, 10 to 1 each against Goggles and Siiver Bell; 11 to 1 against Toastmast ;r, 100 to S each against Valentine aod Brag, 100 to 6 against Edelweiss, IS to 1 against the Peine de Cceur colt, 20 to 1 each against Harden, Fenelon, and Prudhomme, 40 to 1 against Edensor, and 50 to 1 against Limestone, The story of the race dots not take long to tell: As they came over the roid Sweetbread assumed the command from Peine de Cceur colt and Edensor, at the head of the others being Mardenand Whin Blossom, Of these the favourite c .me .Mding away np the hill, and without having been fairly stretched won very easily by three lengths.

The Windsor Castle Stake 3, for 3 yr olds; 5 furlongs; value, £590. Mr leigh's Rookery beat Segniophone, Saikr Priuce, aud 3 others.

Betting G to 4 on Rookery. The Alexandra Plats, of 1000 _ovs, added to a Sweepstakes of 25 soys each, 15 ft; weight lor age ; penalties and a'lowanc-s; second received 200

soys, and the third saved stake. About

three miles. 21 subs. Dnfceot Hamilton's bo Klddler, by Preak-co-)—M'i-,12, iyrs, 9_t iWatte) .. .. 1 Mr J. 1.. ICeeao'd b 0 Keshan, I yrs, 9jt sib (T.Caiinon) 2 Dukß of deanfort's bl or br c Petronel, 5 yrs, 93t lllb (B-. Archer) 3 MrC. Blant.a's Hx.t.r, 6 yrs, Sit 7ib (Rosslter) .. .. _ .. .. o

Betting at the start: 9 to 4 on Foxhall, 11 to 2 against Fiddler, 7 to 1 against Exeter, 100 to S against Petronel.

Won easily by 6 lensjths. Time, sm, 3Ssec. Value, £1105.

The Wokingham Stakes (handicap), f mile ; value, £835.

Mr Gardene's Wokingham (5 yrs.7st 21b) beat King Humbert, Edensor and 11 others. Betting 10 to 1 each against Wokingham and Edensor, and 22 to 1 against King Humbert.

The Hardw_cke Stakes ; weight for age; distance, 1 mile and J; value, £2778. Mr Lefevre's Tristan beat Sweetbread, Poulet, Retreat, and Sachem. Betting 13 to S on Tristan.

The St. James's Palace Stakes, for three-year-olds. Distance, 1 mile ; value, £I,7oo.—Lord Bradford's Battlefield, by Springfield, out of Quick March, beat Gareth, Sachem, and five others. —Betting : 7 to 1 against Sachem, 4 to 1 Battlefield and Gareth.

The Nineteenth New Biennial, for three and four-year-olds. Distance, 1 mile ; value, £560.—M. Lefevre's Tristan, by Hermit, beat Golden Eye, Isbmael, Suipetar, and Thebais.—Betting: 3 to 1 on Tristan.

The New Stakes, for two-year-olds. Distance, 5 furlongs; value, £1,340.— Mr Houldsworth's Adriana. by Adventurer— Morgtana, beat Rookery, Sarchedon, and five others.—Betting : 11 to 8 on Rookery, and 3 to 1 against Adriana,

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TURFIANA., Auckland Star, Volume XV, Issue 3739, 4 August 1882

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