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THE CESAREWITCH STAKES. The following is the result of the race run at Newmarket for the

CES\REWITCII STAKES HANDICAP, a swecpstako 0125 sovs each, with 600 sovs added. Two miles and a quarter and 28 yards. Mr E. C Godtroy's b m I'rimroso Day, by Sir Bevys-Bonny Spec, 4 yrs .. ■■„.:• * Mr A. Taylor's br hj Ingram, by Isonomy—Pirate Queen,4yrs.. •• •• , ■■ ~.•• - Duke of Westminster's oh f Mercy, by Barcaldine —CWmence, 3 yrs •• •• •• A Primrose Day ran only three times last year, and was not once successful. Ingram won the Goodwood Stakes last July. Mercy did not run last season.


The following is the result of the race for the

CHAMPION STAKES, of 1,000 sovs, with a sweepstakes of 20 sovs each added. Three-year-olds, Bst 61b; four and upwards, 0«t; mares allowed 31b. One mile and a-quarter. Prlnoe Soltykoffs ch c Gold, by Storling-Lucetta, 3yrs,Bst6lb.. .. • • ••„.„•• * Mr Manton's ch f Antibes, by Isonomy -St. Marguerite, 3 yrs, Bst 2tb .. .. •• •• 2 Dukß of Portland's b hj Ayrshire, by Hampton— Atalanta, 4 yrs, 9it 3

Gold won four races, worth L' 3,216, last SCUBODi Antibes won the Yorkshire Oaks on 24th August. t m Ayrshire must have gone off a bit since the early part of the season, during which ho won the Kempton Park Royal Stakes, of 10 000 sovs, and tho Eclipso Stakes, of llllOOsovs.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Issue 8036, 12 October 1889

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Issue 8036, 12 October 1889

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