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RACING IN ENGLAND.

THE DERBY,

[By Electric Teikoraph.—Copyrioht.l Vy.U i'RfcSH V:.-OCIATJGN.]

LONDON, June 5 The following is the result of the race, run at Epsom to-day, lor the

fcLUISY STAKEi.ftswi.oputakeßcfo.'snvscach. For thrcc-vcir-olds. Colts, Ont; fli'ij, Ssi Mb. Second horse 300 nova, third 150 sovs frt.ru the Duke of Portland's b c Djnovar, by Galopin—

Moweriim, Bst .. •• •• Mr J. GMtou's br e Miguel, by Fernandez-Cream

Cheese, 9it .. •• •',.<■;.,•" Mr Dounlns Balrd's br c El Dorado, by b.crlmgI'ftluifloiver, 9st

Donovan's performances have been given 8* recently in our columns that there is no •eoasion to recapitulate them ; suffico it to ■ay that he has now won fully L 40.000 in stakes, though only a thrce-year-old._ Mii?ucl ran twice last season, winning tbc Rutland Plate, of 350 sovs, at the Newmarket Fiat October meeting, and running unplaced in the Middle Park Plate won by Donovau. , El Dorado ran eight times last year, and was successful on four occasions—namely, in the British Dominion Stakes, of 975 sovs, at Sandown Park ; Prince of Wales Stakes, •f 2,600 sovs, at Goodwood (in which Donovan finished third out of four starters); eieanvell Stakes, of G77 sovs, at Newmarket Second October meeting; and Prendergast Stakes, of 047 sovs, at the same meeting.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Issue 7926, 6 June 1889

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Issue 7926, 6 June 1889

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