RACING IN ENGLAND.
ASCOT. | June 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th. The Gold Vasb (given by her Majesty), added to a sweepstakes of 20 soys each ; weight for age, with penalties and allowances. Two miles. Mine subs. Mr F. Gretton's b c Isonomy, by Stirline— lsola Bella, 4 yrs, Bst 101b . . . . (T. Cannon) 1 Lord Falmouth's Silvio 6 yrs, 9st 81b (F. Archer) 2 Mr N. a. Batt's Castlereagh, 4 yrs, Bst 101b (J. Osborne) 3 Betting opened at 7 to 4 on Silvio, and 9 to 4 agst Isonomy, and closed at 9 to 4 on Silvio, 11 to 4 agst Isonomy, and 10 to ,1 ag3t Castlereagh. The Prince of Walks' Etakbs, of 50 soys each, h ft, with 1000 ad-ed, for three year olds; colts, Bst 101b; fillies, Bat 51b; winners extr*; secoed received 300 soys, and third 200 soys oat of the sUkos. New course (about one mile and five furlotigs). Ninety-Bix subs. Lord FalmouthV b f Whee!-of-Fortune. by Adventurer— Queen Berths, 9st .. (F. Archer) 1 Duke of Westminster's br I Adventure, 7st 121b (C. Wood) 2 Count Lagrange's Rayon dOr, Bst 131b ( J. Goater) 3 Protectionist, George Albert, Discord Ddlnaspidal 11., Ruporra, Loadstone, Prologue, and Bute also ran. Time : 3 mm. 7 sec. Value of the stakes to the winner, £3125. Betting : 6 to 4 on Wheel-of-Fortune, 10 to 1 agsfc Adventure, 10 to 1 agst Rayon dOr, 100 to 8 agst Ruperra, 100 to 8 agst Discord, and 100 to 6 agat Bute. Tub Ascot Stakes (handicap) of 26 soys each, 15ft, and 5 only if declared, with 500 added for the winner, and 100 soys to the second ; third received 60 cut of the stakes ; winner extra. About two miles. 33 ftubs. 17 of whom declared. Lord Roseber y's b c Ridotto, by Cremorne —Songstress, by Chanticleer, 4 yrs, 7st 111b (Constable) 1 Mr H E Surfctes' b c Mycenae, 3 yrs, 6st 71b, (Tinsley) 2 Mr W 8 Crawford's b c Bay Archer, 3 yrs, s«t 101b (carried 6»tllb) (Gallon) 3 Mr P Lorrilard'd br g Parole, 6 yrs, Bjt 181b (Morbey) 0 Rylstone, Inval, West Wind, Madame dv Barry, Tarn Glen, Dominica, and Eakring filly also started. Betting : 5 to 2 agat Parole ; 100 to 30 Ridotto ; 6to 1 Mycena; ; 7to 1 Inval ; Bto 1 Eakring filly ; 100 to 8 Dominica ; 100 to 8 Ryhtone. Inval made play, followed by Madame Dv Barry, Bay Archer, and Mycenae, with Kldotto and Eakring filly next, and Rylstone bringing up the rear. After rounding the hstel turn Inval was joined by Madame Dv Barry, and these went down the hill slightly in front of Bay Archer and Dominica, while Tarn Glen headed the others into the Swinley Bottom, where Dominica took second place, Madame Dv Barry going on third from Bay Archer and Ridotto, the laat there being Parole, Mycense, and Rylstone. Upon enter, ing the old course Dominica drew up to the neck of Inval, and in a fow strides more assumed a slight lead, the pair being followed by Tarn Glen, Ridotto. Madame Dv Barry, and Bay Archer, with West Wind in advance of the remainder to the Brick-kilns, where Bay Archer waa beaten, and Ridotto went on fourth, in advance of Parole, fifth. In the straight Dominica still held a slight lead from Inval and Tarn Glen, and so they came on until a quarter of a mile from home, when Parole and Ridotto came up on tho outside. The former was beaten in the next few strides, when Ridotto drew clear of West Wind andMycente, and though he tired very much from the distance, he maintained his lead to the end, and won by half a length ; a head only separated tbo second and tbird. p Tarn Glen was fourth, Rylstone fifth, Parole sixth, Dominica next, and the last two were Madame Dv Barxy fvjicL Eakring filly, who
walked in. Time, 3 mm. 50 seo. Value ot the stake to the winner, £860. Thk Coronation Stak«3, of 100 soys each, h ft, with 300 added, for three-year-old fillies, Bst 101b each, with penalties and allowances ; second received 200 soys, and tho third saved her stake. Old Mile. 41 subs. Mr J P Houldsworth's eh f by King Tom— Crocus, Bst3lb .. .. .. (Lemaire) 1 Lord Falmouth's b f Leap Year, Bst 10lb (F Archer) 2 Mr W S Crawford'a br f by Adventurer— Wild Flower, Bat 31b .. ... ..(Ferdham) 8 Peace, Reconciliation, Salamanca filly, Charity, Ultima, and Adventure also ran. Value of the stake to the winner, £2400. The St. James' Palace Stakes, of 100 .sots each, h ft, with 800 added, for three -yesr-olds ; colti 8»t 101b, fillies Bst 71b; maidens allowed 71b* second received 200 soys, and tbird saved his stake. Old mile. Twenty-five subs. Count LagraDge'a oh c Eayon dOr, by Flageolet— Araucuria, Bst 101b .. .. (doater) 1 Lord Falmouth's eh c Gharibert, Bst 101b (7 Archer) 2 Captain Machell's eh c The Soot, Bst 101b(0 Wood) 3 Epiacopusj Highland Lassie oolt, Ruperra, and Visconti also ran. Value of the stakes to the winner, £1500. The Gold Cup, value 1000 soya, with 200 (or the second and 100 for the third, added to a subscription of 20 soys each ; weight for age, with certain allowances. About two miles and a half. Twentyone subs. Mr P Gretton's b c Isonomy, by Sterling— liola Bella, 4 yrs, Bst 101b .. (T Cannon) 1 Count JL>agrange's bl c Ineulaire, by Dutch Skater — Green Sleeves, 4 yrs, Bat 10lb . (Fordham) 2 Lord Bosebery's br h Touchet, by Lord Lyon — Lady Audley, 5 yr», 9st 81b. . (Constable) S Lord Falmouth's b f Jannette, I yrs, Bst7lb , (F Archer) 0 Duke of Hamilton's b c Exmouth, 3 yra, 7st 81b (Lemaire) 0 Count Lagrange's eh h Verneuil, 5 ;», 9st 61b (Goater) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Isonomy, 7to 2 agst Touchet, 5 to 1 agst Jannette, 5 to 1 agst Isnlaire, 8 to 1 agat Verneuil, 20 to 1 agst Exmouth. Verneuil cut out the work, followed by Insulaire and Isonotny, with Exmouth and Jannette next, and Touohet last, and in this order they ran to the stand, where Insulaire settled down second, Exmouth third,' and Isonomy fourth, Touchet still whipping in. In rounding the hotel turn the lot went in Indian file, intervals of a couple of lengths . separating them. Thus they ran to the Swinley post, where the foremoßt .three widened the gap somewhat from the .rest. In going through the bottom Verneuil was leading four or five lengths, and Isonomy had taken closer order with Exmouth, whom he joined on entering the Old Course, where Touchet was still last. Shortly afterwards Verneuil begaa to oome baok a bit, and) Ex* mouth ran into seoond place, lasulaire going on third, and so to the brick-kilns, where the Bix runners took much closer order, and at the beginning of the bend Vern«uil was joined by all the others with the exception of Touoket and Jannette. Coming ' into the straight Verneuil waa beaten, and Insulate was left in advance of Isonomy, Touohet, and Jannette, ef whom the' lastnamed was beaten at the distance, and with Verneuil and Touchet also in trouble, Isonomy joined Insulaire, and the pair came right away by themselves. The favourite asBurned the command the moment Cannon shook him up, and won in a canter by two lengths ; Touchet was a very bad third, about a head in advance of Jannette, fourth, and Verneuil trotted in. Time, by Bbnson'a chronograph, 5 mm. 12 Bee. Valua of the stakes to the winner, £1500. Rons Memorial Stakib of 10 soys each, h ft (to the Bous memorial Fund), with 1000 added ; weight for sga, with penalties and allowances ; second received 100 soys out of the stakes. New.MUe. ISI subs Count jL'ffrange's eh c Pheaix, by Cymbil— Belle Etoile, by Light, 4 yrs, Bst 101b . . . (Goater) 1 Mr Crawfurd's eh f Out tf Bounds, 3 yra, 7at 51b (carried 7st 71b) (Fordhtm) 2 Mr W J Legh'a b c Sir Joseph, 4 yis 8«t 131b (Glorer) 3 Thunderstono, Simba, Ragman, Sidonia, and Placida also ran. Value of the stakes, £1585. Tub Hardwiokb Stakes of 2000 soys, added to & sweepstake of ,10 soys each, p.p. ; weight for age, with penalties and allowances , second received 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent, on the whole etakei. Swinley Con no. 1J miles. 168 subs. Lord Bradford's br c Chippendale, by Rococo — Adversity, by Adventurer, 3 yrs Bst 2lb (J Osborne) 1 Lord Falmouth's b h Silvio, 5 yra, Oat 121b (J? Archer) 8 Mr W S Crawfurd's br c Lancastrian, 3 yrs, 7at 121b (Fordham) 3 Sidonia, Exeter, Phenix, Sir Amyas Leigh, Touchet, lord Clive, and Ismael also ran. Value of the stakes, £3680. Betting : 6t04 oa Silvio, 7 to 1 agst Pheuix, 8 to 1 agst Exeter, 100 to 8 each agst lemael, Touohet, Chippendale, and Lancastrian, 100 to 6 agsb Sir Amyas Leigh, and 25 to 1 agst SidoniaThe Alexandra Plate, of 1000 aovs, added to a sweepstakes of 20 soys each, 15 ft; weight for age ; with penalties and allowance ; lecond received 200 "sva, and the third saved hii stake. Niiiet9en subs. Count P de Lagrange's bl c Inaulaire, toy' Butch Skater— Green Sleeves, 4 yrs, Oat 51b (Goater) 1 Mr It N Batt's oh c Cnstlereagh, by Speoulum— Lady Trespass, 4 yrs, 9it .. (J Osborno) 2 Prince Soltykofl's br c Thurio, by Tibthorpe or Cremorne—Verona, 4 yrs, 9st 61b .. (Rossiter) 3 Mr F Gretton's Pageant, aged, 9*t B'b . . (Cannon) 0 Mr J Houldworth's Glengarry, 4 yrs, 9it slb (Fordham) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Castlereagh, 2to 1 agst Insulaire, 5 to 1 agst Thurio, 10 to 1 (at first 3 to 1) agßt Pageant, and 1C to 1 agst Glengarry Value of the stakes to the winner, £1085.
NEWMARKET JULY. July Ist, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. JuiiT Stakes, a sweepstakes of 60 soys each, for two-year-olds ; eoitu, Bit l'2lb; fillies, 8»t 91b. New two-year-oW ooutse. Fifiy-four suba. Prince Soltykoff's oh c Uuk, Bst 12lb . . 1 Lord Falmouth's b f Ambassadress, Bst 91b .. 2 Mr R Peck's eh f Eva»ion, Bat 91b .. ..3 Mr P Lorillard'a eh f Papoose, Bit 91b .. . . » Mr P. Lorillard's American filly Papoose was much fancied for this race, but did not gain even a place. July Cup, < f 300 soys, added to a sweep ot 10 soys eacb. Last b!x furlongi Of BM.
Count Fde Legrango's eh h Phe'nix, 4 yrs 1 Chestepfield Stakes, a sweepstake of 30 iovs each, for two ,ve»r-olds ; colt*, B*t 101b ; fillies, 8»t 71b. Last half of Beacon mile. Fifty-five subs. Duko of Westminster's eh c Bend Or . . . . 1
GOODWOOD. July 31st. Tnn iJooDwooD Cup, of 300 boys, added to a sweep of 20 soys each ; weight for acre ; pecaltles and allowances. Two mil's and a-half. Mr B Grotton'a b h Isomony, by Sterling— liola Bella, 4yiß .. .. .. p Puko of Hamilton's b h The Bear, 6 jrs Mr P Lorijlard's b g Parole . .
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1446, 9 August 1879
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1446, 9 August 1879
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