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RACING IN ENGLAND.

(By Electric Telegraph-^Copybight.) [Per Press Association,]

THE ASCOT CUP,

LONDON, Junk 20. The following is the result of the raoo run yesterday for the

ASCOT 00(A) CVV, of 1,300 govs, with a sweepstakes cl SO sovh cadi added. Three-year-olds, 7st 71b ; four, (Ml; five, six, and Hit Jib j marc* and allowed alb. About tw 3 miles and alialf. Mr Warrcn'a de la Hue's ch hj Traylon, by Roßtlcss • —Miss Mabel, 4 yrs, Qit 1 Lord Falmouth's b in Rada, by Speculum—Nellie Macgrcgor, 4 yrs, Bst 111b .. ..2 Lord Lurgan's b hj Cotillon, by Hagioscope - Mabille, 4 yrs, 9st .. .. a ..3

Trayles last year Won the Trial Plate, of 19G sovs, and the Isonomy Plate, of 196 sovs, at Manchester. His only other engagement was in the Cesarewitch Stakes, for which he was weighted at 7st 121b, and started first favorite at 9 to 2, in a field of twenty-three, and finished third, behind the French mare Tenebreuse and Mr Lambert's Mill Stream.

Rada won last year the Triennial Stakes, of 642 sovs, at Ascot j the Goodwood Cup, of 390 sovs; the Breeders' St. Leger, of 1,024 sovs, at Derby, in a field of fourteen; and the Doncaster Stakes, of 910 sovs.

Cotillou ran second in April last in the Great Metropolitan Stakes, won by Tissaphernes, and won the Manchester Cup, of 2,000 sovs, on the 13th inst.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Issue 7940, 22 June 1889

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Issue 7940, 22 June 1889

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