RACING IN ENGLAND.
THE JUBILEE STAKES,
fl'iie following race, the result of which was not cabled out at tho time, was run at Kempton Park on May 10;
J VOILETB STAKES, a handicap c! ii.OOOjrs, hy subscription of logs each H dccbrtd, II left in a farther subscription of ilOgn, and an additional »Qb!«rlpt'on of 20ga for starters; the second to receive SCO s»vs and the third 100 sots out of the stokes. For three-year-olds and upwards. Winners after January 24 of a race value 500 sovs, 7lli, iwioo of 500 gave or once of 1,000 sovs 14lb ostra; thowlnmrnf the Two Thousand Guineas or One Thousand Guineas to carry Bst Tib, Inclu-gii-s of penalties, if handicapped below that weight. The new mil* course. «:neral Byrne’s oh o Amphijn, by Speculum or Rosebery- Suicide, 8 yrg, Cat 81b .. .. 1 Lord Cholinondeley’s hr n Screecbowl, by Wisdom
- N. isey, 8 yrs, ost 121b Ur J O’Neil's eh hj Too Rrj eted, by King of Trumps—Accepted, B yrs, Bst 81b ..
Amphion ran six times last year, winning the Croydon Two-Year-Old Stakes of 2C2 sevs ; Bibury Champagne Stakes of 347 sovs; and Great Kingston Two-Year-Old Stakes of 470 sovs at Sandown Park. He is not entered for any more big stakes so far. Screecbowl last year won fopr races out of fourteen attempts, tho wina being in the Lady wood Plato of 200 sovs at Four Oaks Park ; Ormonde Plato of 303 sovs at Chester; Klvaston Nursery Handicap of |§4 sovs at Derby; and Eglinton Nursery Handicap of 271 sovs at Manchester. Bcreechowl has no further important engagements as yet, Tho Rejected ran in Ireland unsuccessfully as a two-year-old ; at throe years won the Charlton Welter Handicap of 29G sovs at Goodwood, and tho Stand Handicap of 167 sovs at Newmarket; while last year he was successful In the Prince of Wales’s Plate of 400 sovs at Newmarket, Salford Borough Handicap of 1,000 sovs at Manchester, and Moulton Handicap-of 142 sovs at Newmarket. Like the two other placed horses, he has no present valuable engagoments. Among the nominations for tho Jubilee Stakes were Friar’a Balsam (9.1), Goldseeker (8 1), Reve d’Or (S), Orbit (7-13), and Gay Hampton (0.11). THE MANCHESTER CUP. The following is the result of the race run on Thursday last for the MANCHESTER CEP, ol 2,000 sovs. added to a handicap sweepetukes of 25 sovs each; second horse 300 sovs, third 50 sovs from the stakes. Hue mile and three-quarters. Lord Lurgan’s b hj Cotillon, by Hagioscope— MM.ille, 4 yrs 1 Mr N. E. Tidy’s br 0 Indian Prince, by Thunngian Pilnec—Mrs Skelton, 3 yre 2 Lord Lorpe Cotillon ran second to Tissaphornes in the Great Metropolitan Stakes in April last. Indian Prince ran third to Kingscote and Melauion in the Epsom Grand Prize on the 6lh inst.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Evening Star, Issue 7935, 17 June 1889
RACING IN ENGLAND. Evening Star, Issue 7935, 17 June 1889
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