RACING IN ENGLAND.
August sth, 6th, 7th,
The Corporation Stakes of 15 boto each 5 ft, with 300 added, for two-year-olds : colts Bst 121b. fillies Bst 9b; with paualties Mid allowances; second receivad 50 sotc. About half a mils. 47 suba. Duke of Weiitmlnster'a b f Douranee, by Rostcruciaa— Fenell, 9*t 61b .. .. (PArcber) 1 Lord Antfleaei's br c Early Morn, 8&t 91b (T Cannon) 2 Prince Batthyany's b c Cannio Chiel, 8s Dlb (JMorrb) 3 Mr W Bavill'a cb. c by Speculum— Peaben, B<t 91b (H J^ffr<ly) 6 Mr J Goodson'a Winsome, Brt 61b .- (Fo r dham) 0 UrT Jennings' Amelia, Bst3lb .. (0 Wood) 0 Mr C M*ttiu'» eh t by Maciironi— Qaeen-o'-Scots, Bstßlb .. .. .. (Cbaloner) 0 Lord ttogebsry's Polly C&rew, B<t 91b .. (Oomtable) 0 Mr Sarile's c by Cremorne — Deedemona. Bat Clb (carried Bst 71b) .. .. (J Goater) 0 Betting : 7 ito 4 against Doaranes, 2to 1 Early Morn, 100 to 12 Canoie Chiel, 10 to 1 Amelia, and 100 to 8 Winsome. -
Douranee on the inside made play with a slight lead of Early Mora, Oanaie Chial lying next, in front of Dcsdeinoaa colt, who headed the others, of whom Amelia and Polly Carew were most promiua^t. They ran thus into the dip, where the Desdemona colt took up the runniDg, but resigned again to Douranee and Early Morn, who singled themselves out at the distance, and ran a fine race home, the verdict being a head only in favour of Douranee ; three lengths separated accund and third. The Brighton Stakes Handicap of 15 soys. each, 6 ft, with 300 added ; winners extra ; second received 60 aovd. Ab:>i;t a. roile au J a-h»!f 28 subs. Captalu Hachrli'd b g Adyauctj, by Speculum Progreas, 6 yrw, Sit .. .. (F«rdham) 1 Mr T Brown's eh f Serin**, 3 yrs>, 5s 71b (Coates) 2 Mr N'aylor's b c Villager, 3 yrs, flit 101b (mc 101b extra) .. .. .. <Luko) 3 Lord tirfrttng^ou'e Belphtebe, 5 yrs, 83t 121b (U Jeffrey) 0 Lord Boseberj'R Kineton, aged, Sit Gib (Constable) 0 Duke of Weutiiiiostcr's Maximilian, 4 .> rs, 8t (O Wood) 0 Mr G Krackenberc*B Sto:m. 4 vre, 7*t 61b (Laves) 0 Mr W. 8. C.stvfu/d'a Gi.doroy, 3 yrs, 7sfc lib <lno 514 ex>.ns> .. .. .. (Gallon) 0 Lord Aylasford'a S go. Manual, Sira^Tus (* Borke-) 0 Mr WsSJlow'rt Zncchero, syia. (fot 121->.. (Po lrtti.) 0 Mr R m E'lot/ iron s)ii*t, Syria. 6 t 71b (C/annanj) 0
Betfc»nt« : 5 to 2 against Villager, 3 to 1 (»t fi s? 5 co 1) Aiivau'e, 6 to 1 Maximilian, 10 to I f aeii Gddmoy aud Sign Manual, 100 to 8 Storm, 13 to 1 Belr^iete, and 100 to 7 each Zucohero and Iron Duke.
Iron Duke was foUuwtd by Zicchero and Gilderoy, these going on clear of Maximilian, Stofm, Villager, and Seringa, Kineton bringing «p the rear fctfMud Advance. They ran thus to th.i fivafc tuvu, when Gilderoy, on the ontaWe, tack up the running, followed by Zucehew> v v,ho rasntned the lead at the nix. furlwgH post, Iron Otike going on third, is front of Villager. Sfconn, and Seringa, with ilaxiasilian at ikj lieswi of the ofchera,
of whom Belphcebe now brought up the rear. At the top of the hill Iron Duke was once more leading, followed by Zucchero aad Gilderoy, with Storm in their heela, and in this order they descended the hill into the bottom, where Advance drew dp on the outside, and assuming the command halfway up the hill, he came on and won in a canter by three-quarters of a length. A similar distance separated the second and third ; Storm was fourth, Kineton fifth, a lopg way clear of Sign Manual, Iron Duke, Gilderoy, and Zucchero ; Maximilian being last. Time by Benson's chronograph, 2min. 50 sec. The Brighton Cup, a piece of plate value 300 soys, with 100 for the second, and 60 for the third, added to a sweepstakes of 10 suvs each ; weight for age, with certain penalties and allowances. Two miles, over the Old Course. 14 subs. Mr F Gretton's b c Isonomy, by Sterling— lsold Bella, by Stockwell, 4 yrs, 9it 101b . . (T Cannon) 1 Mr T Jonninga' br c Paula Cray, 4 yrs, 9st
(J Goater) 2 Sir J D Astley's b h Drumhead, 6 yrs, 9it 4io (C Wood) 0 Mr J Portar'd eh hMonk, 5 yra, Bst lllb (Pordham)
Betting : 10 to 1 on Isonomy. The Monk made play and gradually strode out with a clear lead of Isonomy, Drumhead, and Paul's Cray, who ran in single file until entering the New Course, when Paul's Cray, on the outside, joined Isonomy, and so:-n afterwards took second place, Drumhead dropping back last. At the six furlongs post Isonomy and Paul's Cray drew up to the heels of Monk, and in descanding the hill both headed him, Paul's Cray holding a alight lead into the dip, where Isonomy came oat and assumed a lead of three lenghts, and although eased the hundred yards, he eventually won easily by three quarters of a length ; one length separated the second and third. Monk was last, beaten a long way. Time by Benson's chronograph, 3 mm, 41 sec. The Stewards* Cup (handicap), of 300 soys, added to a sweepstakes of 10 soys each ; second received 26 soys out of the stakes ; winners extr*. About one mile. Captain Machell'i b or Advance, by Speculum — Progress, 6 yra, Bat 131b, including lOib extra
(P Archer) 1 Mr 8 Beard's b c Favo, 3 yrs, Sat 121b (Cranhani) 2 Bir D ABtloy'a b c Fortitude, 3 yrs, 6st 6ib
(Greaves) 3 Lord Rosebery'u Kaleidoscope, 6 yra, Bat 121b (OoDsUble) 0 Mr G Kruckenborg's Storm, 4 yre, 7s 91b
(Loatesi 0 Mr T Jennines' Ahbaye, 3 yrs, 7st 6lb (Skorratt) 0 Mr Cameron's Miseouß, 4 yre, 7an 4lb .. (Gallon) 0 Mr C Alexander's BriffU*. 6 yra, 7at 21b
Bottiug : 2to 1 agst Advance, sto 2 agst Kaleidoscope, 8 to 1 agst S^orm, 10 to 1 each agst Miaenus and Fortitude. 100 to 8 each agst Abbaye and Favo, and 100 to 7 agst Briglia. Mißenus, on the outside, made the running, with a clear lead of Storm and Briglia, these being followed by Fortitude, Abbaye, and Favo, with Advance and Kaleidoscope bringing U p the rear. They r*n thus until descending the hill, when Storm waa passed by Favo and Fortitude, who went to the front in the d.p, followed by Storm, Kaleidoscope, and Advance. Up the hill Favo assumed the command, only, however, |to give way at the half-diatanes to Advance, who then maintained the lead to the end, and won in a canter by a length ; a neck intervened between second and third. Eriglia was fourth, Storm fifth, Kaleidoscope next, I and Abbaye last. Time by Benson's chroI nograph, 1 mm. 46 sec.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1456, 11 October 1879
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1456, 11 October 1879
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