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The following nominations for the four principal handicaps of the New Zealand Exhibition race meeting were received by Mr Sydney James on Saturday night : NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION CUP, of 1,600 sovs, with a sweepstakes of 10 sovs each; the second horse to receive 300 govs; the third 200 sova from the stakes. Ono mile and three quarteri. Mr W. Bobbett's b m Lady Norah, 6 yra Mr W. Bobbett's oh r. Quadrant, 3 yra Mr J. D. Ormond's brl Water Baby, 3 yra Major F. N. George's ch f Fieaole,'S yra Mr C. Bcresford's ch hj Leopold, 4 yra Mr C. Beresford's blk c Corunna, 8 yrs Mr C. Bareaford'a oh o Fabulous, 3 yra Mr H. Goodman's br hj Silvermark, 5 yra Mr If. Goodman's oh g Blizzard, 3 yra Mr G. 11. Clifford's blk t Cynisca, 3 yrs Mr G. H. Clifford's b I Alsace, 8 yts Mr G H. Clifford's br g Chudleigh, 4 yre Mr G. H. Clifford's br g St. Malo, 4 yra Mr G. P. Donnelly's ch m Pearl, aged Mr G. P. Djnnelly's g m Kotuku, 4 yrs Mr G. G. Stead's b hj Maxim, IS yrs Mr G. G. Stead's b hj Gipay King, 6 yrs Mr G. G. Stead's go Scots Grey, 8 yra Mr R. Ray's br hj Son-of-a-Gun, 4 yra Mr R. Kay's b hj Wakatipu, 0 yra Motsrs R. and R. Dnder's br hj Cuirassier, 4 yra Hon. W. Robinson's b hj Chain Shot, 4 yra Hon. \V. Kobinßon's br m Engagement, f: yrs Hon. W. Kobineon's br c Merrie England, S yrs Hon. W. Robinson's b hj Exchange, 4 yrs Mr If. Horsford's b f Musk Deer, .1 yia i Mr H. Horsford's br f Cypriote, 8 yrs Mr T. M'Clatohifc's br hj Lorraine, 6 yrs Mr J. Jones's blk hj British Lion, aged Mr J. Kennedy's b hj Recluso, i yrs Hon. G. M'Lean's hj hj St. Clair, 6 yrs Hou. G. M'Lean's b c Don Pedro, 3 yra Hon. G. M'Lean's br hj St. James, 4 yrs Mr S. H. Gollan'a ch hj Jet d'Eau, 4 yrs Mr S. H. Gollan'a blk o Renata, 3 yra Mr S. H. Gollan's bo Tirailleur, 3 yrs Mr W. C. Webb's ch g Springston, 6 yra Mr W. C. Webb's br m Enchantress, 4 yra Mr VV. C. Webb's ch g Peerswiok, 3 yra Mr C. Turnbull's ch hj Wolverine, 4 yrs Mr J. Stephenson's b hj Occident, 4 yrs Mr J. Stephenson's b g Francotte, 4 yra Mr J. Stephenson's ch hj Stonebenge, 4 yra Mr J. Paul's b g Foxton, 4 yis Mr G. Ellis's br ra Lady Florin, 5 yra Mr D. O'Brien's b hj Vandal, 4 yrs Mr D. O'Brien's b or br c Dunkeld, 3 yra Mr D. O'Brien's b c Helmsman, 3 yrs Mr H. Hammond's blk hj Sultan, 5 yra Mr U. Hammond's br o Catamount, 3 yrs Mr M. Sherwin's br g Lisbon, 4 yra Mr F. B. Gentry's oh g Wanganui, 3 yra Mr H. Redwood's oh in Masthead, 4 yra Mr W. Robertson's ch m Leorina, 5 yra MrM. Somen ille'a b m Hilda, 4 yra Mr \V. Somerville'a b f Cissy, A yra Messrs M. and C. Hobbs's b g Quibble, aged Mr B. Brown's ch hj Gipsy Prince, 4 yrs Mr W. C. Webb's Enchanter, 3 yrs CARNIVAL HANDICAP, of 200 sova, with ft sweepstakes of 8 sovs each; the second heme to receive 20 sovs, and the third 10 sova from the stakes Six furlongs. Quadrant Water Baby Tit Fiesolo Corunna Fusee Silvermark Blizzard Apres Moi Golden Crest Alsace Purseetring Pearl Kotuku Culraßsler Loo Musk Deer Recluse Cyclone St. Clair Don Pedro Renata Jot d'Eau Ruby Enchantress Wolveriuo Occident Francottc Stonehenge Mon Loup Jealousy Lady Florin Dunkeld Catamount Leinstor Alolnoua Wanganui La Rose Leorina TV k sum Cissy Murat Wildrake Crossbow Seacliff Bulvidcre Allana First Lord Quickstep. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP, of GOO bovp, with a sweepstakes of 6 sovs each; the second horso to rec.'ive 109 sovs and third DO sova from the stakes. One mile and a-half. Lady Norah Quadrant Water Baby FU.sole Leopold Corunna Fabulous Silver Mark Blizzard Aprtss Moi Cynisca Alsace Chudleigh St. Malo Pearl Kotuku Maxim Gipsy King Scots Grey Son-ofa-Qun Wakatipu Cuirassier Chain allot Engagement Menie England Exchange Musk Deer Cypriote Lorraine British Ll«n Von Tcmpiky It cluec Laurel St. Cl'iir St Jamei Don Pedro Renata Jet d'Eau Tirailleur Springston Enchantress Wolverine Occident Francotte Stonelvnge Mon Loup Foxton Lady Florin Vandal Dunkeld Ilelinsman Sultan Catamount Steelbons Alcinnus I.isl) >n Wanganui Masthead Leorina Hilda Cissy Quibble Gipsy Prince Enchanter ST. ANDREW'S HANDICAP, of -100 sovi. with a. s-weepsrnkeg ot 6 hovs each ; the Kecond bone to receiveßo sovs and third 40 sovs from the stakef. Ono mile and a-quarter. Lady Norah Quadrant Water Baby Tit Fieao'e Leopold Corunna Fabulous Silvermark Uliz/.inl Apifj Moi Enchanter Cyni-c» Alsace Chudleigh St. Main Purgcstring Pearl Kotuku M.ixlin Gipsy King Stioislirey Sniant Kou-of-a-Gua Wakatipu Cuirassier Chain Shot Engagement Merrie England Exchange Musk Deer Cypriote Lurralnit British Lion Von Teinpskr Heolmw (lyoloin: Laurel ' S(. Olair St. JaniPß Don I'edrn Jetd'Eui Tirailleur Itenatu Xprlngslou Enonaiitrcsa I'eerswink Wolverine < iccidfiit Francntte Stouebenga Mon Loup Foxton Ijidy Florin Vandal Dunkelil IJeluwman Sultan Catamount Lelnater" Alcinous Lisbon Wanganui Leorina Hilda Cissy Murat Quibiila WildraU* Gipsy Prince jjlllana First Lord Tlio total entries are :—New Zealand Exhibition Cup, f)9; Carnival Handicap, 49; President's Handicap, 64; St. Andrew's Handicap, 72 ; grand total, 244. C.J.U. METROPOLITAN MEETING. The following acceptances have been received : NEW ZEALAND CUP, of 1,000 aova. Two miles, st lb it Ik Chain Shot.. ~ 9 0 Jet d'Eau .. ..7 8 Cuirassier .. ..0 0 Soots Grey.. ..7 2 Dudu .. ..9 0 Dunkeld .. ..7 2 Rocluse .. .. 812 Lady Florin .. 7 • Sultan .. .. 812 Engagement .. 7 0 Son-of-a-Gun ..8 5 St. James .. ..7 0 Springston.. ..8 0 Renata .. ..6 12 Silver Mark ..8 0 Strephon .. ..0 7 Wolverine .. .. 713 Catamount „ 6 7 Whi«per .. .. 712 Helmsman .. fl -7 British Lion .. 7 10 Fabulous .. ..17 Occident .. ..7 9 Wanganui .. ..8 7 Masthead .. ..7 0 Tirailleur .. ..6 8 Merrie England ..7 8 Quadrant .. ..6 8 Corunna .. ..7 8 Alsaca .. ..8 4 St. Clair ..7 7 Don Pedro ..6 6 Vandal ..70 Alpine Rosa ..60 Lady Norah ..7 6 Wakatipu .. • 6 Lorraine .. 7 fi Twenty-two nominations have been received for the Canterbury Cup, fifteen further payments for the Derby, twelve for I the Oaks, and twenty-eight for the Welcome Stakes. RACING IN ENGLAND.

THE GOODWOOD MEETING. LONDON, ArrtcsT 3, The following is the result of the

GOODWOOD STAKES, of 25 sovs each, 15 ft, with 300 ad Jed ; Becond horse to receive 50 govs of the stakes. Two milos and a-half. bor bo Injrram, by laonomy—Pirate Queen 1 Mr H. T. Birclay's br o Tissaphernes, by Xenophon—Twitter .. .. .. ..2 Mr G. Lambert's ch ni Millstream, by WisdomMill Race .. .. .. .. „ 3

Our Wellington correspondent wires : " Corunna will accept for the Melbourne and Caulfield Cups, and the probability is that he will be sent over to Australia."

The second annual draughts matoh between the employes of Fergusson ami Mitchell and the ' Daily Times' and «Witness ' Company was played in the rooms of the Dunedin Draughts Club on Satnrday, and resulted in a win this time for the newspaper men. The scores were: • Daily Times,' 18 wins; Fergusson and Mitchell, 12 wins. Eight games were drawn. This week's ' Referee' is an especially, nteresting number to sportsmen, as it contains carefully-prepared statistics showing horses' winnings during the past season, winning owners, winning sires, earnings 'of the 'totalisators worked by the principal racing clubs, and 'some totajisator curiosities. Of course Mr P. Butler last season headed the list of winners with L.3,678, of which Manton earned L 3.213; Mr " Beresford" comes next with L 2,310, Leopold having won close on LI,OOO and Corunna L 837 ; Mr E. Cutts is third with L 1.618; Mr Stead fourth with L 1.670; Messrs Hearn and Kennedy fifth with L 1.264. Then come Mr "Burke" with LI ,228; Messrs Stephenson and Hazlett with L 1.095; Mr H. Goodman with L 1.094; Mr "Hammond." with Ll,OJ>2; Mr Panetti with L 1,086 ; Mr "Somerville" with L 1.046 ; and Hobbs Bros. L1.04J). Cynisoa won for her owner L 1,262: Cuirassier L 1,180; Dudu LI, 167 (all but 1,67 going to Mr Cutts or Messrs Clifford and Hunter); Recluse L 1.126 ; Sultan L1,0?2. Oddfellow is at the head of the jumpers with L 674.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7977, 5 August 1889

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