RACING IN ENGLAND.
July 6, 7, 8, 9. ' THE JULY STAKES Of 50 soys each, for two-year-olds. Colts. 9st • fillieq Sst 111b. NewT.Y.C. 56 subs. »" a »»n"»eSi Lord Fahnouth's br f Bal Gal, by Adventurer out of Cantiniers, Bst 111b .. .. (F.Webb) 1 Mr P. Lorillard's br c Iroquois, 9st t (H. Jeffery) 2 Prince Batthyany's br c Neophite, 9st (Luke) 3 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's eh f Thebais, Bst 111b r (Fordham) 0 Lord Dupplin's b or br f by Blair Athol, out 'of Albatross, Bst 111b .. .. (C. Wood) 0 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b f by Macaroni, out of Sunshine, Bst 111b . . . . (Lemaire) 0 Count F. de Lagrange's Albion, 9st . . (Goater) 0 Mr C. J. Lefevre's b c St. Firmin, 9st . . (Cannon) 0 Lord Rosebery's Moldore, 9sfc (Constable) 0 Mr Leopold de Rothschild's b f Josyan, Sst 111b " (J.Morris) 0 Duke of Westminster's eh f Metepra, Sst 111b (A. Woj>d) 0 Betting : 6t05 on Bal Gal, Bto 1 agst Iroquois, 10 to 1 agat St. Firmin, 100 to 8 agst the Sunshine filly, 100 to 6 each agst Josyan and Neophite, and 20 to 1 agst Thebais. iroquois, on the extreme left, was the first to [break the line, and quickly took a clear lead of Bal Gal and Firmin on his own side. They were followed by. Neophite on their immediate whip hand,! with Meteora laid well forward hi the centre, and Thebais and Josyan fahead of the Sunshine and Albatross ! fillies on the right. In this order they ran for about half the journey, when Josyan dropped clean out of the ranks in company of Albion, and at the corner 'of the plantation St. Firmin was hanging out signals of distress. In descending the hUI, too, Webb Mbegan to niggle at the favourite, and' with [Iroquois still sailing along, and Neophite and Meteora alsofgoing smoothly, matters did not look bright for Bai Gal ; but as they approached the goal Lord Falmbuth's filly put things in a different light, as she shook off Neophite a hundred yards from home, and then closing with Iroquois stride for stride, won cleverly at last by a head ; a bad third. Thebais was fourth, Meteora fifth, and Albatross filly sixth, with Albion and Josyan the two last. Time, I "mm. 19i sec. . Value of the stakes, £1800. THE MIDSUMMER STAKES Of 25 soys each, with 200 added, for three-year-olds. Colss, Bst 101b; fillies, Bst 61b. Penalties and allowances. B.M Eighteen subscribers. • Lord Rosebery's b f Cipolata, by Macaroni out of P Duckling, Bst 71b (including 61b extra (Constable) 1 Mr C. Brewer's b c Robert the Devil, 9st 41K (including I2lb extra) .. .. (Rossiter) 2 Lord Falmouth's eh c Pride of the Ocean, Bst Ulb (Morgan) 3 Lord Falmouth's b c Merry-go-Round, Bst 61b (parried Bit 71b) .. .. (F. We.bb) i Betting : 11 to 4on Robert the Devil,' 5 to 1 agst Cipolata, and 7 tol agst Merry-go-roucd. Cipolata cantered in front of Robert the Devil and Lord Fabnouth's pair to within 300 yards oflhome, when they turned on the steam ; but Cipolata having got first run, Robert the Devil failed to reach her, and the three were ( floored by half a length. A bad third. THE JULY CUP, \ /: Value 300 soys. Penalties and allowances. Last six '- - - furlongsof B.M. Twelve subs.' - t ? , Mr Vyner*s eh c Charibert, by Thormanby oui of . Gertrude, 4'yrs, flat 131b (mc 12 extra) (F. W&bb) 1 Count F. de Lagrange's Phenix, sfyrs, 9st7lb'(including 61b extra) .. .. (Goater) 2 Mr C. J. Lefevre's La Bultee, 2yrs, 6st 31b'(Barrett) 3 Mr Leopold de Rothschild's Tunis,2 yrs, 6st|3lb (Greeves) ' 4 Betting : 6to 4 agst Charibert, 6 to 4 agst Phenix, and 100 to 15 agst Tunis. . . . j Phenix made strong running from the post, and with Charibert lying at his heels the pair quickly made a wide gap between themselves and the two-year-olds. In descending the hill Goater was driving the' Frenchman, but when they began to climb again 'he seemed to have the best of Charibert, who struggled the stouter nevertheless under difficulties, and won an exciting race by three-parts of a length' ; a bad third. THE CHESTERFIELD STAKES,"'. ] '. Of 30 soys each, for two-year-olds'; colts Bst lOlbi' filli.es Sst 71b ; winners extra. Last five furlonks of B.M. Fifty-six suba. •'•-. i 7s7 s - » Mr P. Loriliard's b c Iroquois, by Leamington,' out ' of Maggie 8.8., by imp. Australian, Bat <191b (H. Jeffery)'"l Count F de Lagrange's cb. f Panique, Bst 71b. ■ ; (Goater) t Lord Rosebery's b c Voluptuary (late Battersea), BstlOlb .. .. .. (Constable) t Prince Batthyany's Galopade, Bst 71b ' '(Luke) 0" Lord Bradford's f by Galopin, out of Adversity, Bit 71b . . . . (W. Macdonald) ' 0 Lord Falmouth's Golden Plover, Bst 101b (C. Wpod) "0 Lord Falmouth's Lennoxlove, 9st 31b (including 71b extra) .. .. .. (F.Webb) 0 Mr C. J. Lefevre's eh c Tristan, 9st 3lb (including 71b extra) .. .. .. (Fordham) 0 Mr Leopold de Rothchild's b f Josyan, Bst 71b (J. Morris) 0 Duke Of St. Albans' Folengo, Bst 101b < (Snowiien) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 agst Tristan, 9to & agst Iroquois, 100 to 12 agst Golden Plover, 100 to 8 agst the Adver sity filly, 100 to 7 agst Lennoxlove (with whom Lord Falmouth declared to win), and 20 tol each agst Galopade and Voluptuary. Galopade made the running in the centre of the course, and was followed on her right byEolengo, Lennoxlove, Iroquois, and Panique, an 3on tlie other side by Josyan, Voluptuary, Tristan, the Adversity filly, and Golden Plover. The first pair to lose tbeir places were Folengo and Josyan, and Galopade' carried on the running to the foot of the hill r when Iroquois assumed the command. The weight soon afterwards began to tell a tale upon Tristan, and Iroquois came on in front of Lennoxlove, Panique, Voluptuary, the Adversity filly, and Garden Plover to the top jf the hill when the American increased bis lead, and won easily by three lengths from Voluptuary and Panique. The last-named pair ran a dead-heat for second place, just in front of Lennoxlove and the Adversity filly, with 'Golden Plover next, and Folengo and Josyan tailed off. Time, 1 mm. 13 sec. .Value of the stakes, £1160. I , GOODWOOD. Jolt, 26th, 27th, 28th. • THE DRAWING-ROOM STAKES, Of 200 soys, added to a sweep of 25 soys each. For three-year-olds^Colts, Bst 101b ; fillies, Bst 61b. Penalties for winners. Craven course. 24 subscribers. Prince Soltykoff s eh c Mask, by Carnival— Meteor 1 Mr P Lorillard's b f Nereid, by Saxon (imp.) — Highland Lassie . . . . . . 2 THE SUSSEX STAKES, Of 500 soys, added to a sweep of 25 soys each. For three-year-olds— Colts, Bst 101b; fillies, Bst 71b. Winners extra ; maidens allowed 51b. One mile. 134 subscribers. Prince Soltykoff's eh c Mask, by Carnival — Meteor 1 Lord Fahnouth's eh c Apollo, by Kingcraft— Silverhair .. .. .. ..2 Lord Bradford's eh c, by Hermit— Zelle . . 3 THE GOODWOOD STAKES, Of 25 soys each, with 300 soys added Two miles and a half. Thirty-eight subs, 15 of whom declared. Mr R. Jardine's b h Reveller, by Brown Bread, 4 yrs, 7st 41b . . . . . . . . 1 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's eh c Edelweiss, by Adventurea —Wild Flower, 3 yrs, sst 111b .. ..2 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's b h Bay Anchor, by Toxopholite—Flurry, 4 yrs, Bst 51b.. .. ..3 THE LENNOX STAKES, Of 200 soys, added to a sweep of 15 soys each. Threequarters of a mile. Count F. de Lejrrange's b h Phoenix, 5 yrs, Bst 111b 1 Mr P. Lorillard's b g Parole, aged, Sst 111b . . 2 THE LEVANT STAKES, A sweepstakes of 50 soys each, with 200 soys added. For two-year-olds ; colts, Bst 101b; fillies, Sst 61b. Half a mile. Mr P. Lorillard's b c Iroquois, by Leamington — Maggie BB .. .. .. .. 1 THE RACING STAKES, Of 2CO soys, added to a sweep of 50 soys each. For three-year-olds— Colts, Sst 101b ; fillies, Sst 71b. Winners extra. Old mile. 10 subscribers.
Mr P Lorillard's b f Nereid, by Saxon - (imp. >- Highland Lassie . .... .;..,« ;± .. 1 Mr B Jardine's eh c Grantham, .byjMandrake— Ladyßipon' ... '..'- ' • *.-. - ';' 2 THE' SINGLETON STAKES,"',',;! . Of 300 soys, added to a sweep of 10 soys each. New mile. ' ■ '^ Mr J T Best's eh h Peter, by Hermit— Maid of Ma9ham,4yrs .. ' ':. , ' l) .. 1 Count Fde Lagrange's b h Phosniic, 6 yra ' " *' . . 2 Mr P Lorillard's b g Parole, aged " .. r.. 8 THE MOLECOME STAKES, ' Of 300 soys, added to a* sweep of 800 soys each. For two-year-olds— Colts, Bst 101b ; fillies,' ( Bst 71b. Winners extra. T.V.C. 26 subscribers. >*, Mr P Lorillard's eh f Pawpaw, by Leamington (imp.>-Maiden .. .. .. .. X Duke of Westminster's eh f Meteora, by Thunderboldt—Hazeldean .. .. ™ .. a Mr Craven's b c Capuchin, by Rosicrucian—Dark Blu e-. .. .. ..->.. S Pawpaw is a full sister to Parole. ■ , -i nr oaa THE STEWARDS' CUP, 1 oi 300 soys, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 100 soys each. T.V.C. course. j•? Mr W S Crawfurd's br h Elf King, by JoskinQueen Mab, i yrs - * 1 l^i" 1 !?'- b h Hackthorpe, by'- Citadel or Strafford— Rosary, 5 yrs .. : .. \£ .. 2
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1505, 18 September 1880
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1505, 18 September 1880
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