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ENGLISH RACING STATISTICS.

Mr J. Gubbins, owner of Galtee More, heads the list of winning owners in England for the past season. He had two winners, who accounted for eight races, valued at £22,739. Of this amount the " triple-crowned hero " earned all but £102, the latter sum being the winnings of his stable companion, Holy Cross. Mr Leopold de Rothschild won 32 races, worth in the aggregate £17,484, and the Prince of Wales is third on the list with £15,770, to which sum Persimmon was the chief contributor. Then follow Lord Rosebery (£15,574) and M. R. Lebaudy (£13,680). Galtee More, the hero of the past racing season in England, was not far short of winning twice as much money in stakes as the next best performer, for while his share of prize money totalled £22,037, Persimmon, who was second, Avon the Prince of Wales', £12,665. Velasquez was third, with £9,107 ; and there was a further great drop to Goletta (fourth), there being £5,796 opposite her name ; while Orzilwon £5,036. Other important winners were Chon China, £3,613; and Green Lawn, £3,310.

Among the winning trainers R. Marsh, who last year ran a good second to the then all-conquering Rothschild stable, has this time come out at the head of the list, with a total of £33,531, contributed by 26 winners of 39 races. The chief instrument in obtaining this happy result was the Prince of Wales' Persimmon, whose Eclipse Stake and Ascot Gold Cup victories brought in together £12,665. Second on the list is S. Darling, with a total of £29,237—0f which Galtel Nore is responsible for £22,627 — the result of his successes in the Two Thousand Guineas, Newmarket Stakes, the Derby, the Prince of Wales Stakes at Ascot, the Sandringham Cup at Sandown Park, the St. Leger, and the Sandown Park Great Foal Stakes. Walters, jun., comes third with £15,306; T. Jennings, jun., fourth, with £14,947; J. Porter next, with £13,543; and A. Hayhoe sixth, with £12,299. In addition to these, five other trainers eacli won more than £10,000, viz. : Jarvis, £11,878: Huggins, £11,868; Golding, £10,463 ; H. Enoch, £10,417 ; and R. Sherwood, £10,080.

The appended table shows the relative positions of the leading jockeys on the list of winning riders on the Flat in England during 1597 :—

Position. Jockey. 1 .. M. Cannon 2 .. Sain Loatcs 3 .. C. Wood .. 4 .. V. Allsopp 5 .. 0. Madden (i .. F. Kiiilay .. 7 .. F. Rickaby 8 .. T. J. Calder !) „ W. Bradford 10 .. N. Robinson 11 .. S. Chandley 12 .. J. Fagan .. 13 .. J. Watts .. 11 .. Tom Loates Mounts. Wins. .. 022 .. 145 ..687 .. 130 .. 552 .. 122 .. 743 .. 9U ..587 .. 80 .. 508 .. 70 .. M9 .. (i8 .. 468 ;., Gfi .. 401 .. (II .. Utt .. 59 ..377 .. 50 .. :«3 .. 49 .. 217 .. 4fJ .. 280 .. SI

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ENGLISH RACING STATISTICS., Auckland Star, Volume XXIX, Issue 15, 19 January 1898

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ENGLISH RACING STATISTICS. Auckland Star, Volume XXIX, Issue 15, 19 January 1898

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