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By cable we learn t'hat the following was tho result of the race run at York on Thursday for the GREAT YORKSHIRE STAKES, of 800 sov°, with a sweep«takes of IB sovs each added. For threc-ve-ar-ohh. Colts Bst 12ir>, fillies Sit 81b, with penalties and allowances. One mile and threeqnartorp. ¥! nominations. Mr 0, Perkins's ch c Chitabob, by Robert the Devil —Jflrtny, Bst 121b .'. .. ..1 Lord Zetland's be Iltizon, by Spr'njrficld-Pinta, • Bstl2lb •.. : .. -. '' •• •• 2 Mr E. Lazelle's b c Nunthorpe, by Speculum or Oamballo-Matilda 3 Chitabob was one of the crack two-year-olds of last season, he actually beating Donovan in the Whitsuntide Plate, of 4,400 80vs, at Manchester, besides winning other races. He was consequently much fancied for the Derby, but went wrong before that race and was scratahed. He is engaged in the St. Leger, to be run on the 11th of next month, and may stretch the neck of the Duke of Portland's great colt in that race.

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RAGING IN ENGLAND., Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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RAGING IN ENGLAND. Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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