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THE DONCASTER SEPTEMBER MEETING

The Doncaster September meeting began Sept. 10, with the race for the Champagne 7»i •?' winner was Lord Falmouth's Ghanbcrt. Count de Lagrange's Rayon d'Or came in second, and Mr. W. S. Cartwright's George Albert third. Five youngsters ran. the last betting previous to the start was 9 to 4 against Charibert, G to 4 against Rayon d'Or, and S to 1 against George Albert. Tiie Champagne Stakes of 50sovs. each, half-forfeit, for two-year-olds ; colts Sst! lOlbs., and fillies Sst. Slbs.; the owner of the Bccond horse to save his stake : 32 subs. Lord Falmouth's ch c Charibert, by Thormanby out of Gertrude ... ... ... 1 Count F. de Lagrange's ch c Rayon d'Or! by Flageolet out of Arancari . 9 I Tr Cartwright's ch c George Albert, I by Marsyas out of the Princess of Wales 3 TJreaent lb ra^ ha f| Stalr J ed . t ?- ice Previous to the present race, the first time for the July stakes at Newmarket, the new T. Y C and was not placed. His second appearand *>L™ £ P " Uce °. f Stakes, of colts T sub *? n P* lon . for two-year-old colts, T. Y. C. oharibert won this race bv Zut R?a ' f lDg ? onnb de Lagrange's nn„ -n Vl u° ry °? thla occasion is a good one. The colt is extensively engaged for the before'liim^ 1 " ~ D ° than "w-ty races KnnoH Doac ?, ster September races were continued on the 11th September, and the 102 nd anniversary of the great St. Leger Makes took place. The winner waa Lord Pal month s bay filly Jannette. The bay colt j belonging to Lord Falmouth, 2? a ™ on ?- a ° d , Mr " Kenney's chesfimsh er Kll dare was third at the .

The St. Legir Stakes, of 25 sovs. each, for three-year-olds. Colts, 122 lbs., and nllies, 117 lbs. The owner of the second to receive 200 sovs., and the third 100 sovs. out of the stakes. New St. Leger course, about 1 mile 6 furlongs and 132 yards. 245 subs.

Lord Falmouth's b f Jannette, by Lord Clifden, out of Chevisaunce, ll7lbs. (F Archer) v * Lo Js SMmouth's b c Childeric, by Scottish Chief, out of Gertrude, 1221b5. 2 t X ; , I > eQ ° e >'' B ch c Master Kildaro, by r ord £°>?? ld ' out 0f Silk > b y P1 «m Pudding, 1321bs 3 Mr Delay's bo Olocher, by Cathedral, out of Convert, 1221b5. ... • n Count F. do Lagrange's blk c'lusulaire, by DutehSkatcr, outof Greeu Sleeves, 1221b5. 0 r\ a' HouldsWorth's b c Attilus, by 122 ibi eS ' ° U ° Blanohette . b y the Baron, Mi\ Charles Perkins's br c Beaucierc, by ° Rosecmoian, out of Bonny Bell, 1221b5. ... 0 Mr. A. 0. Barclay s ch o Boniface, by Blink»rho,°'le > out of Novan, 1221b5. ~ n Mr. W. Hudson's ch c Castlereagh.'by Soe--°f La <iy Trespass, 1221b5. 0 Mr. "W. S. Cartwright's b f Eau de Vie, by "J* 4 ° f Fairwater, 1171bs.' . . o S \ Crawfurd's ch c Ked Archer, Mr Wq P m-K ° £ 9 rtlame,,fc . 1221b5. 0 LS 8, Mitohell-Innea abr o Potentate, nrr T u K n ' outof Dulcibelln, 1221b5. 0 U o- Houldsworth's ch o Glengarry, by Scottish Chief, out of Crocus, 1221b5. ... 0 Captain Ha worth's br o Mapploton, by Manl\r, p V Latly Geraldine, 1221b5. ... 0 • Stephenson's bo Yager, by Strathconan, out of H6rSille, 3221b5. dr. The last betting was 3 to 1 against Jannette, 8 to 1 against Childeric, and 15 to 1

against Master KildarT^h^r -^ TH» i\ T out of the 245 T ere four Tbe lot reached the voat snbs =riW after the parade was over nn/* oellen t tin?" effeetcd. When fairly j„ £ a <?«xl Archer, who rode Jannett* for W call upon her, and the filly '"™ 0 a r eso! n u the utmost generosity oho? ► pODd,IJ B wiM? and maintaining the Wi ? to tbe f.„ r easily by four enV^second honours r«<it-o.i ' ln K rii f n be* Master Kildlrfby ha position. The time of Al fortw SOsec., which was Beven , e^o race wa, 3 it was run in 1877. MrPc. fa ' ,tf -f th»« Oratl lT r , aho '"tended Castlercagh kicked the fj'l . t( ! r "n, W before the race, and 8 ,-° eke y iust cong;quently did not start.' Io ~ Yager

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THE DONCASTER SEPTEMBER MEETING, New Zealand Herald, Volume XV, Issue 5288, 28 October 1878

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