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ENGLISH RACING.

Ttul TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS. (By Cable.—Press Association —Copyright.* .. ,- . . „ LONDON. April 29. At Newmarket the following was tho result of the TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, of 100 soys each. For threc-ycax-cld colts and f.lhes; colts Oat, Cilice Set 9lb. The Ifo-.vley ia.lc. Sir John Thursbr'e b c Kerinymorc. by Jean o Gaunt—Croceum, Bst .. 1 Lord Londonderry's eh c Corcvra, by Polv-rce:us—Pc-arraain. «»-.♦ ' * .2 J. B. Joels br c Black" Jester, by Pol----melus—Abauidity. Oat .8 (Winner bred by owner, and trained by Y. C. Archer.) Kennymore led throughout, but Corc.yTa' v/a a gaining rap.dty at tho ;>n-l«b, ar.d -*s5 only beaten by v ehort h'.ael. The T'f.r-rch did not strut, but being reserved fcr ".he Derby. His Maje&ty Kinsr' George -.v.tr.ei.-.d the race, ;i.r>d thora vraa much v.Uen hu uiiy, Symbolism, by Symington from Amnhcra, won the Will- .j'ham" PU'-v. a five furious race tor tws-year-old 51':ies. liecr.ysioro only started tv.-ice a* a * wo " year-old. At his first attempt he tu:i third taCorcyra and Stonaway in tho Middle P-ri Plate, in wh.ch Black "Jester was unplaced. Keucymoie then won tho Dev.-hurst Pla'.i--. <^ : seven f'jiloi'ge, banting Corcyra. Carrickier?as ar.d fo'-ir others. All through th,* winter nuu spring he ha* bean one of th* lcadiis-r favourite i-or this ycarV. classics owir.g to the doubt 3 about The Tctrarch's running. Corcyra started in six races last season, winning i° ur cf them, the Middle Park Plat.-, liedc-r Produce Stakes, the Wvnvard Pi:;'.e. and the P.OUSO Plate at Daacastc. Lord Lcndondorry's colt was alto ono of the iar.cieti one* for classic honours. Black Jcdtc-r. wh-- con"•■•.(■d eight race.-? a£ a twc-ycar-old. wot. ty° o« them," tho Richmond Slakes, i-rrd tue Mclestorub Stakes, both run at Gocawooc. south Canterbury jockey club's AUTUMN VF.ETiXG. The South Canlcvb'.iry Jccbcy C.uo s Autumn Meeting m* brought to -■ conclusion reaterday. Tho racing was mt-eresUng ->" though, and scverr.l of the finishes were c lc--e. Tha attendance wax goco. -ud mo weather «ac lino until after thewhen a good B hower o£ ram fed. Ine was very fair, although a tnflc heavy. IcUlisator investments amounted t.> *» c-ainst f 13,155 or. the con«p=uamg da;.- .last vSk, making a total lor the .Meeting >l i-Ji,-]73 10a, as a S ain:t £2.>,017 latt year. lv--WAI-ITI HURDLE HANDICAP. o£ 110 soya; second 15 sot*, and tmrd 10 ws from stake. One :m:c- md v. ■■• 7. D. Rutherford's b g Mi*, by Con-c.ucror-Ekaterini PaMcropoulo, aged. l(tet Gib .. ■■ •■ (H " 9°^l 1 H. Elworthy'6 gr ni ilargo, .iscd ~.k. n -\\j .. (Stan, hciel) - 0. F°*S. KuthciJord's b g Wreckage, sgctf. 4 Merrie Vwlct'o.v W"\« 0 « J >;.« Ribston PiFPht Ost fflb (Mcintosh), - mi. U owcr Ost bib (J. Kaanh.ll £ 31b (C. McChcsnoy), .0 bamthiel (L. Mc Severiioy), and 10 Iris L'Jy '-V. (G. l'eudiag) also started.' . , . (Winner trained or I. bmnn.; K'Pa "i"d Margo wero in iront racing to the *S«t hurdle, which the former hit vsry hard. Going pas', tho stand Mai-jo and IUU wore ,tir. in front, but.et tne tlmd burdlA Salathiel. who was go.ng wel , fell, and Kilts rail elf. SUigo *- a » out .v ««« ,:„ fu-'on-»« fr'-.m heme, and with Milo led Wo In a good fini.h Milo he d hh own and "won by a. length, whi.e AVrcjckago WaS a similar distance away third. Iw Lily fourth, followed by Goldsceksr and Ribetono Pippin. Merrie \ alet ran oil 8. the «««d to last hurdle. Time, 2mm 0 . I'AKEORA HANDICAP, of 100 soys; second 15 *>V 7, and third 10 soys from stake. Five furlongs. , i W Ef-e-rlev'* or g Speedorneier. oy Bezonian—"Podomoter, 3yra. lilb it. E. Jones) 1 5. E. Longlety'a .b c Twelfth Nigh I, 3yrs r»{ 81b •• . • tJ. Campbell) 2 1 T" H White's b f Afton Loch, riyra, ' i M ls i b .. .. .A. U. Wilson) 3 7 Var-Ti-io Os'v fJ. Beard:, 'J Carolus «(■ Tib (X O'Brien), -V Free 7at 111!) Ot- Buddicomb), 8 Sk-perina Tet lib (A. Lloyu). and 6 C-sv Corner 7st fW. Robinson) also .started. (Winner bred by J. B. R-cicl iintl trained by C. Christie.) A poor start was effected. Free and Cosy Corner losing several lengths. Mbiullus and Spoed4m«te.r led to the turn into the straight, by which time Free and Ccsy Corner had* drawn ■ within striking distance. Tw-eHth Night came fast in the straight, but could not catch Speedometer, who won by a, length and a half, with Afton Loch a eimilar"distant* awuy third, just, in front of Carolus, Free, and Cosy Corner. Time, lmin 3 2-sth s*o. SEADOtVN WELTER, of 100 soys; second 15 6ore, and third 10 soya from stake. Sev-cu furlongs. il, D. Rutherford's b pr Sunbeam, by Sant Ilaiio —Mona, aged, Set :21b

i.H. ' Donovan) 1 1. C. Mache!l'» blk g Mcddito, Syrs, 7st 12(b .. ' .. .. /J. Campbell) 2 2. R. Miiler.'s b g Cannonade-, 4vrs, Het 41b (A. H. Wilson) 3 5 John Bunyan Ost 31b (J. Beard), 4 Briar Patch 8?t lib (P. E. Jews), 6 Anha-ea Sst lib (J. Rise), 7 Grcßbrv Tat 10lb Woods), and S SaJtornart 7st 71b (W. Robinson) also started. (Winner trained by F. T. Smith.) Gregory lost several Icnjths at the, start, aael Sart-omart at, onco went to tho front, and at tho end of a. couple of furlonßS was leading by three lengths from Briar Patch, Sunbeam, ar.d Moddit-c. Sunbeam drew level with Sartomart, and coming away niocly, won by v, length and a half from Aloddite, who just dofcatcd Cannonade; Briar Patch wan fourth and John Banyan fifth. Time. Imin 30 4-sth sec. TEMTJKA HANDICAP, of SO 6 0v 3 ; e*coud 10 aova, and third 5 soya from stake. Six furlongs. 7. A. P. Gawno'a eh f Miss Finland, by 3yre, Tet Sib (F. Trilford) 1 2. A. MeAulay's b g Hops, ,Iyrs, Sst 3lb (J. Campbell) 2 3. 1. J. Morcllc'G b m PrtUv Jan«, svrs, Sst Hb .- .. (W. Robinson) S 4 , Be,!o 03t Eracrsoni, 1 Judith But, 01b (L. Ifagerty), 3 Agritato 7st 21b (A. Lloyd), 5 Bridegroom 7st lib 'A. H. Wilcon 1 ! and 6 Don Charl 7*t (R. Buddicomb) ai3o atarted.

(Winner trained by S. Trilford.) Aftor one fa-leo start a beautiful send-off i was «fi"octcd, sna Misa Finland a?nurr>ed th» ! icad and lea into the straight, with Hops iv second place. At the- distanoo Hops apI peared to have tho imiic in saie keeping, but in a good finish Miss Finland held her own, and won by three-c.uaiters of a len?th. wi;:h Pretty Jane a length away third and Agitato a bad further away. Timo imin 17 3-sth ccc. AUTUMN HANDICAP, of 200 soys: KC ond 20 .soys,, and third 15 soys ironi «take One. mile. 1. Rekl _ and Elworihy's eh tr Rcval, by imiand—Lady Synione, Syrs, Sit Tib « m r „j- - ,-. <J ' Cam Pbell) 1 -. G. D. Greenwoods a s Canute, Ivrs Sit 0 1. J. aloroilo's br •; Peerless, 3?e j > est 3 oL ao Oet 31b (F. E. jlnco^Sm* (R. Buddieomb) also started. (Winner trained by S. Trilford) Some delay was caused at the post tlirou-h the vagarie* of Eeval, buf event irulv a start, was effected. Ifcral being of ?hoMote ao tno harrier went. up. He a ; Ol , c , °_ n£ Cd th - ■*«■•»«'* ne U «3t- attendanu'beW Obsono and John 13 v .yaa. but a! <h* f-'fr furlong post Canute ran into Mccnd'pW Royal came into the straight with a iisc'ri Icaa. and eventually won comfortably by""--length 3nd a quarter from Canute, vho'r-ol a head in front of the ia=t-r-r,iEhir.,-r Peering John Buuyan was n head airtv fourth followed by Cuomo. Timo, In: in "iSa"c HACK HAND!CAP, of. CO ;, U v. ; Vcor.d " soys, and third 3 iov.* from stake. Ri V o furlcriiSJ. 1. Poffand Going's br rr Master Hamilton. by Grand Cross—Mi&s Hamilton. ivrT &t £lh .- <T. E. 2 - P. Power's b g Firmhcid, Syrs. S.*t Sib' (W. Scobic, 2 t. D. Moraghan'a b g Don Chari iyr;, '&* Sib .. .. (J. Caa;nb-:!'l 3 6 C.-aier Athol 7&t llib <J. Rsvi, 7 Quir'*. Itad 7st Sib (Y. Woods). 5 Marveiite Tsf, W. Beard), 0 Lady Lnnd.'borouph 7st 7!b (F. Trilford) S Icarion 7st 7To (R. LodgM. *3 Glenrov 7st "lb (A. H. Wilson) also started. (Winner trained ty T. Cotton, sen.) I-ar.ou was first away, closely attended by i'*!b-r Hanifltor. and thi.« ruir carried on the- iv tha stnu-ht. where Mseter liarnilte,!! die" away, and Don_Chari. Glcnroy. i:nd Firrahold moved up. Tho trio tire*nearly level with Mister Hamilton, who Itsttd long enough to v.-v- by from Firmhold. who was a similar distance in advance of I>,i, Churl. Glenrov war* half a length n-«- fourth, 'time, lmin 4 3-stn tec. BEACOXSFIELL HACi\ WELTER, cf 100 boys; sicon:? 15 60v> and third 10 soys fenm stun.- Sir farloisrrs. 1 W. Gardiner's b g Jehu Barleycorn, by Sarto— Brisa, 3yr?. 7st llMp CX. Robinson) 1 S. E Baxto'e b g Trireme, -tyrs. 7s;. 7!b '.J. Beard) 2 1. A B. Armour's be "United Service. 3ys S«t - H ' " so=> " 5 Forest Belle fist 51b (W. S«bi«). < M v Glcve o- Sib. 7 Andrea 7-t ..o- i V. h •,;,,. pLriec', a.:d 3.Trilby 7it Tib (J. Cumpbelp. , nlii fctsrtcei. T , : OV-ncer bred by Sir Geo. .ucl.ean aid txsincd by J. McKenjlr>--; 1

Andrs» ~« first oat of th* barrier, w-.th John nest e=d Trireme in thud po3itior. John Barleycorn was in front at t>-t entrance to ths straight »cd yon comfortably b- half a length, a head separating second "end third. Tlcif.'lasis 17 4-sth we. FABEWKLL HANDICAP, of 120 soys; t3cond 15 s, aad third 10 sors from stake. Sis furionfrc. 2. C. llaciioli's b g Tcviotdalo. by Achiiios —Straii:sps\-, jvrs, Tsl Clb (J. Campbell) 1 i. Mra J. Ellii'a b h Syrs, Tβt Clb iD. Kinc) 2 3. P. Eoiin&llaa's b s Morton. 4yrs. Sp: oib ;F. ?.. Semi) J 5 Marie! £=t 3lb ''-T. Beard) -cd 1 Fender Ttt 1-ib also started. (VTin-er bred by I. G. Duncan sr.d tr*incd by \V. HcDoTiaid. i "O3 first ciTray, but. Fender soon rrtc?-i to '.fit-- front, cr.d with llerton carried on the ruDrsirs >o t!;? straight, vvbero Tsviotdii" oT! tho iiiiide acil won by a L-tu'th. vi'b Morjritl fciil: o length in front of .\u r'on. Tivii?. liuin l?»vc.

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ENGLISH RACING., Press, Volume L, Issue 14956, 1 May 1914

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