BACING IN ENGLAND.
EPSOM SUMMER MEETING. London, June 7. The Oaks Stakes, of 50 so ys each, hit for three-year old fillies," Bst 101 b each. One mile and a half.— 2l6 subscribers. , -Lord Falmouth's b"f Jannetite, by Ijord Olifden—Cheyisaunce... ........... 1 Lord Lons'dale's eh f Pilgrimage, by The Palmer— Lady Aiidley ... .'. .... 2 Count F. de Eagrange's eh f 01ementine, ; by Mortemer— Regalia •„- --- ---» 3 Eight horses ran. Jannette last year won every race, she started for, viz. : At Ascot, the Triennial Stakes ; at Goodwood, the Richmond Stakes j; at Dohcaster, the Wentworth Produce Stakes; at JiTewmarket First October toeeting^ the Bucfieaham. Produce Stakes; at Newmarket Second October, the Clearwell Stakes and the Bretby Stakes ; at Newmarket Houghton Meeting, the Criterion Stakes. This season she ran second in ' the One Thousand Guineas to Pilgrimage, upon whom she has now turned the tables. Pilgrimage last year won every race but one that she started for. Her performances were as follows :— At Newma.rlcet Firjst October Meeting she won the Two year-old Stakes at New market Second October the Two-ylaKbld Platij' and rah third for the Middle Park Plate ; at Newmarket Houghton Meating'shewonthe Dewhurst Plate, and the Post Sweepstakes for two-year-olds. This season she has won at Newmarket Spring Meeting the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes and the One Thousand Guineas Stakes Clementine last year won the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, but ran nine times unsuccessfully. This season she ran third' in the One thousand Guineas Stakes to Pilgrimage and' Janette.
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BACING IN ENGLAND., Bruce Herald, Volume XI, Issue 1017, 11 June 1878
BACING IN ENGLAND. Bruce Herald, Volume XI, Issue 1017, 11 June 1878
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