July 1, 2, 3. JtJfcY Stakes, of 50 soys each, 30 ft ; for two-yoir olds. New T.Y.O. 63 subs. Prince SoHyk'iff'd M*sk, by Carnival— Spark's dam, 83t 121b (Rosiiter) 1 Lord Kaiin wth'& Ambass' drees, Bjt 91b (P Archer) v Mr ft Peck'd Elision, Bst 71b .. (0 Wood) S Mr TBrown'^Ze tinker, B<n8 <n 121*1 .. (Fordhmn) i> Mri'i/Li-t'oVs •!* Times, B*l/ 121i .. ( annon) 0 Oouot Fdo Lanranire'« Dora Bit .. (vfcrris) 0 Mr I* Lui illard'a Cherokee, 8«t 12 b .. (vloibsy) 0 Mr J T Mackenzie's Tulach Ard, Sst 12lb (Huxtiblt) 0 Mr Nay'or's Tne Abbot, 83t 121b ..(Ohalcier) 0 Mr H aiivile's Marc Antony, B<t 121b . . (Qoater) 0 Betting : 10 to 1 agsfc Marc Antony ; 4 to 1 Mask ; sto 1 Ambassadress ; Bto 1 Evasion ; 10 to 1 Dora ; 100 to 8 Tne Aboot ; and 100 to 6 Cherokee. After ruuning in a line for a faw strides, Mask raced to the front, having closely following oo the n«ar aide Evasion, Tulach Ard, and The Abbot ; ia the centre the colour* of Dora, Marc Antouy, Cherokee, and Old Times were showing prominently, with Ambassadress, wide on the tar side, lying up. TnUch Ard and The A abut wera bsaten at the corner of the plantation, as was Marc Antony, almost immediately afterwards. Ambassadress then drey up to Evasion, and in a f*w utrides Dora joined them. E vaaion and Dora were, however, immediately beaten, and Ambassadress failed to reach Ma^k, who won with che gr ateht ease by thri« Jeig-.hi ; a bad third; D >r* waa fourth ; Zeltiug r and Caerokae Wcrd respectively f nirtn aud fifth ; the rear being brought up by Mure Antony and Old Tim j H. JiiXiY Cui' vilu • 3jO hovH, by subior/p 'oi of 10 mvs each, with 2 ji) a.cled. L*sl MX iacionga of BM. la subs. ' Count F do I«ay.-ans;e\j Patinix, by O moil — Belle Ktoile, 4 yr e , 9« 1310 . . (Q y 1 Mr W S Or*wtorVd Out ot Bounds, 3 yr-i 8»t 1110 (Ford ham i 2 Capta'n Prime's Trappiat, age], lOst i)'> 1 (CVinon) 3 Lord Hastiugi' Hsckthorpe, 4 yre, 9s', 7lt> (Archer) 4 Betting : 7t04 on Haekthorpe, 5 to 1 ags l ; Ph6 ux, 100 co 15 agst Oa(. of Bjuuda, and 100 to 12 •t^sti Taopist. Phc jix rac-d away in advanc?, and, making all the running, won in a otnmoa earner by a l?ngth ; a b*l thi<d. Time, by Bsnaoa's chrom g-aph, Lnin 24iec. OiiESrBRKiKtiD Stakes of 30 soya. cash, 20f • fir two-y.iar-ol ti ; ib.3 second s*vttd hir a:* tie. Last half of B.M. 54 nubs. Duke of V/e»tminst«'B eh c Band Or, by Doncwter — R^ugeKose 8)tl«'lb .. .. (0 1Vo<k1) l T>uko nl 8s Alban's Piial, 8i 7lb .. (Suowilen) 2 Count Fde Lag-range's Uor», Bio7lo .. (M-)-ris) 3 vtr C urooKr'< Austin Frltr, Bit 101 1 .. (Riwitsr) 0 Mr VV S Crawford'.* In Bound*, 84t 71b (FoMh^m) o Uuke of Hum! '6iVi 'fjid t(one 9tt .. (O'omUnco) 0 L<r 1 PJinouih B' Dally Pentreath, B >t 7i a ( • roher) 0 Mr P L'>rillatd'H Psijoosp, 83i7ib .. (ilorbe)) 0 M'RC Nay ot'a Gcunonliie B>t Wlo (Uhalonor) 0 Mr H S,ivilb'd The Proctor, 9 t 3lb .. (Goitir) 0 Lord Koiebsry's lllamin»t»,8« 71b . (J.unon) 0 Betting— 9 to 4 agst Be id Or, 4 to 1 agst The Song, 6 to I agifc Tae Proctor, 8 to 1 eac l agst Pe r .Bl. In Bound*, and Dora, aad 100 to 8 each agst Papoose aid D jlly Pentre*th. An excellent _ Btart was followed by the horses running in an almost unbroken line for i a few strides, when Petal on the right drew I out with a slight l»ad of Ben 4Or and In B'tundU, ou the Stand sida of the coarse being Dora, Papoose, IlluminaU, and tue Song. Thsy ran wichout variation in this ordsr into the July Stakes bottom, where Band Or racad to the front and ascended the hill full of ruaniug, followed by Petal, Dora, and Tbe Song. Tun race was over, however, as Bend Or, aim >sfc without being extended, won by a lsugth, fjllowed past tin po^Sr^peetivdly by Petal aud D)r&, a couple < f length* separating them ; The Song wa* fourth, about a length behind D^ra. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 59 sec. Time la^t year, 54 tec.
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NEWMARKET JULY., Otago Witness, Issue 1449, 30 August 1879
NEWMARKET JULY. Otago Witness, Issue 1449, 30 August 1879
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