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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. October 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, the clearavell stakes, Of SO soys each, with 200 added, for two-year-olds ; colts, Sst 101b ; fillies, Bst Bib. T.Y.C. (five furlongs 140 yards). Forty-three subs. Lord Falmouth's br f Bal Gal, by Adventurer— Cantiniere, 9st3lb (inc. 9ib extra) (F. Archer) 1 Mr h. de Rothschilds b f Jcsyan, Sst 81b (G. Fordham) 2 Count F. de Lagrange's eh c Leon, Bst 101b (J. Goater) 3 ount F. de Lagrange's b f Cameriste, Sst 81b XT. Cannon) 0 Mr P. Lorillard's br c Iroquois, 9st 51b (Barbee) 0 Mr D. Mimer's eh c Reticent, Bst 101b Rossiter) 0 Betting : 6 to 1 on Bal Gal, 10 to 1 agst Jo3yan, and 20 to 1 agst any other. Josyan, in the centre, made play from the French pair on the left, and Reticent and Bal Gal on tie right to the cords, where the latter j lined Jcsyan, and the pair drawing clear away from the others, the favourite assumed the command the moment Archer shock her up, and won easily indeed by a Deck ; two lengths separated tho second and third ; Cameriste was fourth, and Iroquois lash Time by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm. 18J sec. Value of the stakes, LIO4O. THE CESAREWITCH STAKES, A handicap of 25 soys each, with 300 soya added by ihe Jockey Club ; winners extra ; the owner of the second received 200 soys, and the third 100 eovs out of the stakes. Cesarewitch Course (2 miles 2 furlonjjs 28 yards). 134 subs. Mr C. Brewer's b c Robert the Devil, by BertramCast Off, 3 yrs, Sst 61b .. . . (T. Cannon) 1 Lord Rosebery's b f Cipolata, 3 yra, 7st 61b (carried 7st&lb) .. .. .. (G. Fordham) 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's b cThe Star, 3 yrs, Cst 21b (Orton) 3 Lord Bradford's bl c Chippendale, 4 yrs, 9st 41b (J. Osborne) 0 Mr C. Perkins'.ch c Roechampton, aged, Sst 131b (Snow den) 0 Mr C Blanton's eh c Exeter. 4 yrs. Sst 111b (Rossiter) 0 Lord Rosebery's b h Ridotto, 5 3 rs. Sst 21b „ , r „ (Constable) 0 Mr |J. Snarry's b f Jessie Agnes, 4 > rs, Tat 111b (carried 75t121!>).. .. (t. Chalonci) 0 Mr A. btaub sbcLe Destrier, 3 yrs, 7s>t 101b Duke of Beaufort's bl or Dr c Pctronel, 3 j rs, 7&t 51b nu i- r.- -^ ■ (W. il'Donaid) 0 Chevalier Gimstrelhsbh Pacific, o yrs, 7st 21b « « t -11 „ L ( J - 31' Donald) 0 Mr P Lorillard's eh c Wallcnstein, 3 yrs, 7st 21b Lord Bradford's b c Retreat, 3 yrs, 6st 91b "^ Mr Gerard'B b c Ulster, 3 yrs, est 9l? OPPer) ° (Kellett) q

Mr W. S. Crawfurd'a b c Schoolboy, Syrs.Cst 41b (Gallon) 0 Mr G. Lambert's b c Sea Horse, 3 jts, 6st 21 b (Barrett) 0 Mr Vyner's b c Stockmar, 3 yrs, 6st 111b (R. Coates) 0 Mr Sherbome's eh c Sabretache, 3 yrs, 6st 111b (Roden) 0 Col, Cave's br f Caroline, 3 yrs, Sst 131b (carried Cst 111b) (E. Salter) 0 Lord Hartington's b f Unready, 3 yrs, sst 111b (Tickle) 0 Prince Soltykoff's eh c Eurus, 3 yrs, sst 101b (Balintine) 0 Mr Blanton, as part owner of Robert the Devi], declared to win with him in preference to Exeter. Lord Bradford declared to win with Chippendale. BETTING AT THE START. 5 to 1 agst Petronel 5 to 1 Cipolata 9 to 1 Robert the Devil 10 to 1 Chippendale 100 to 8 Ulster 100 to 7 Retreat 100 to G Ridotto 100 to 6 Stockmar 20 to 1 Schoolboy 25 to 1 Exeter 33 to 1 Waltenstein 33 to 1 Sea Horse 33 to 1 Le Destrier 40 to 1 Jessie Agnes 50 to 1 Caroline 50 to 1 Unready 66 to 1 Eurus 100 to 1 Roehampton PLACE BETTIXG. 7 to 4 agst Cipolata 2 to 1 Petronel 3 to 1 Chippendale 3 to 1 Robert the Devil 4 to 1 Retreat 4 to 1 Ulster 5 to 1 Exeter 5 to 1 Ridotto 5 to 1 Stockmar 6 to 1 Schoolboy S to 1 Le Destrier 8 to 1 Sea Horse THE RACE. But little time was lost at the post, and at a few minutes before 3 the signal was given to an excellent start, Eurus at once dashing away from Stockmar and Retreat, these three settling down in front of Sea Horse, Unready, Sabretache, and Schoolboy, the remainder being headed by Le Destrier and Wallenstein, whilst the whippers-in of the party were Cipolata, PetroneJ, Exeter, and Robert the Devil, At a rattling good pace Eurus brought the field along, and as they passed through the gap some of the rearmost division began to materially improve their positions. As they made their appearance on the flat Retreat, Wallenstein, and Sea Horse were prominent on the right, and on the left the most conspicuous colours were those borne by Jessie Agnes, Chippendale, Eurus, and Caroline. Coming along and when fairly set for home, Retreat was joined by Sea Horse, and the pair came on in close company, attended by Wallenstein, Petronel, and LeDestiier, just aboutclear of Robert the Devil and Ulster, at whose heels sucoeeded Sabretache, Stockmar, and Schoolboy in the centre, and Chippendale, The Star, Cipolata, and Exeter on the left. At the Rowley Mile starting-post Retreat once more quitted Sea Horse , who waa joined by dtockinar, others close up, with the leading trio being Schoolboy, Wallenstein, Ulster, and Petronel, with Robert tha Devil, Cipolata, and Exeter in their immediate track, and The Star heading the remainder, of whom Euruß was by this time well beaten. At the T.Y.C. winningpost Retreat was still heading, but Sea Horse had lost his place, leaving Stockmar in attendance upon the Stanton colt, with the stable companions, Petronel and Ulster, Sea Horse, Wallenstein, Schoolboy, Robert the Devil, and Cipolata next. Half way up the ascent to the Bushes Petronel and Ulster were in trouble, and Chippendale rapidly improving his pace, joined company with Robert the Devil and Cipolafca. On the brow of the hill Retreat held an advantage of about a length of Schoolboy and Stockmar, who were in turn a couple of lengths clear of Robert the Devil, Cipolata, and Chippendale, these in turn being separated by a clear gap of daylight from The Star, Ulster, Petronel, Sea Horse, and Wallenatein; whilst the last lot comprised Roehampton, Pacific, Eurua, Caroline, and Jessie Agnes. Half way down the hill Schoolboy headed Retreat, and the pair were followed by Robert the Devil, about half a length in front of Cipolata, with Chippendale and The Star in hot pursuit. The two leaders were in trouble when they went into the Abingden Mile Bottom, but it was not until the ascent for home was fairly collared that Retreat dropped right away, and Robert the Devil joined Schooboy, with Cipolata, The Star, and Chippendale close up. A change, however, quickly came over the scene, for the moment Cannon allowed Robert the Devil to have his head, the St. Leger here dashed up the hill full of running, and leaving Cipolata stride by stride, and apparently without the slightest effort, he eventually cantered past the post the easiest of winners by four lengths The Star passed Chippendale and Schoolboy pulling up, and was beaten by a length from Cipolata for second honours. Retreat was fourth at a clear interval, Chippendale fifth Schoolboy sixth, Petronel seventh, Ulster eighth, Stockmar ninth, Exeter, Le Destrier, Sea Horse, and Unready next, and Pacific and liar us were last, with the exception of Caro. line, who walked in lame. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 4 mm. 19 3 sfch sec. Value of the stakes to the winner, L 1382. iHE MIDDLE PABK PLATE, Of 500 soys, added to a sweepstakes of 30 soys each For two-year-olds. Colts, Sst 101b; fillies and geldings, Sst 71b ; winners extra. Second received 200 soys, and third 100 soys. Bretby Stakes Course, six furlongs. 150 subscribers. Mi W. S. Crawfurd's eh c St. Louis, by Hermit — Lady Audley, by Macaroni, Bst 101b _ , . G. Pordham) 1 Lord Rosebery's b c Town Moor, by Doncaster— Euxine, Sst 101b .. .. (Constable) 2 Mr C. Perkin's br f Lucy Glitters, by SpeculumBicycle, Bst 71b .. .. (Snowden) 3 Jir B. Ellam's eh c Napoleon V., Bst 101b (Rossiter) 0 Mr B. i-llam's b c King of Scotland, 9st (F. Webb) 0 Mr R. S. Evans' eh c Montrose, Bst 101b (Morbey) 0 Lord Falmouth's br f Bal Gal, 9st (mc 71b extra) (F. Archer) 0 Mr F. Gretton's br c Geologist, Bst 101b (T. Cannon) 0 Duke of Hamilton's b c Fiddler, Bst 101b (J. Osborne) 0 ord Hartington's eh by Hermit — Rylestone s dam, Sst 71b .. .. .. (Gallon) 0 Lord Hastings eh c Sir Marmaduke, 8s 101b (Morgan) 0 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's bf by Macaroni — Sunshine, Sst 71b .. .. .. (Lemaire) 0 Count F. de Lagrange's b c Albion, Bst 101b (W. M'Donald) 0 Count F. de Lajjranse's b c Maskelyne, 9st (J. Goater) 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's eh c Tunis, Bst 101b (J. Morris) 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's eh c Josyan, Sst 71b (C. Wood) 0 Mr T. Townley-Parker's gr c Linnseus, Sst 101b (W. Platt) 0 Bettisg at Tire Staih. Even on Bal Gal 11 to 4 agst St. Louis S — 1 Town Moor (at first 11 to 2) 2a — 1 Twnis 33 — 1 Fiddle S3 — 1 Geologist ■40 — 1 Rylestone's dam I 10 — 1 Tunis and Josyanftcoupled;. RACE When the flag fell the posi«ODß at the post were as follow :— On the right were Linnaeus, the filly by Hermit out of Rylatone'a dam, Fiddler, Napoleon V, Tunis, wd Masfceiyne;

on the left Geologist, Bal Gal, Lucy Glitters, and Albion ; and in the centre Josyan, Town Moor^ Montrose, the filly by Macaroni out of Sunshine, St. Louis, and King of Scotland. There was but little delay before the signal was given, the flag falling at the first attempt to a good start. As soon as the lot werafairly on their legs the Rylejtone's dam filly, on the right, showed in front of Fiddler and Linnseu", who were clear of Tunis, Maskelyne, and_ Napoleon V, on the left ; Montrose and Albion were in front of Lucy Glitters, Sir Marmaduke, Geologist, and Bal Gal, of whom the last-named appeared to be outpaced, while in front of the centre lot were King of Scotland and Town Moor. After covering about two furlongg, Lucy Glitters settled down with the lead, and made the running, followed over Bushes Hill by Town Moor, St. Louis, Bal Gal, the Rylestone's dam filly, and Geologist. In descending the hill Archer called resolutely upon Bal Gal without materially improving her position, and with Lucy Glitters and Town Moor in trouble in the dip St. Louis immediately shot out with a clear lead and won in a canter by three lengths ; a head only separated second and third. Bal Gal was fourth, Sir Marmaduke fifth, four or five lengths away, and in turn clear of the Rylestone's dam filly, who was sixth ; Montrose was seventh, Tunis and Geologist next, and the last lot comprised the French pair, Josyan and Liniiseus. Time by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm. 24 sec. Value of the stakes to the winner, L 3520. PEDIGREE OF THE WINNER.

THE CHAMPION STAKES, Of 20 soys each, with 1000 soys added. Weight for age. The second horse to receive 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent, on the whole stake. A.P. (1 mile 2 furlongs 73 yards). 142 subs. Mr G. Brewer's b c Robert the Devil, by Bertram out of Cast Off, 3 yrs, Bst 41b . . (Rossiter) 1 Duke of Westminster's eh c Bend Or, 3 yrs, Bst 41b (G. Fordham) 2 Mr R. Jardine's br c Reveller, 4 yrs, 9st 41b „ _ „ (J. Osborne) 8 Mr Vyner's Chanbert, 4 yrs, 9st 41b (F. Archer) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Robert the Devil, sto 4 agat Bend Or, 100 to 7 agst Charibert, and 33 to 1 agst Reveller. Robert the Devil on the right went away with a clear lead of Bend Or on the left, the other two waiting in the rear until coming to the Bushes, where the favourite had all his opponents hopelessly beaten, and striding along at his ease he increased his advantage, until at length he passed the post a winner by 10 lengths from Bend Or, who was a similar distance in front of Reveller, the latter finishing abont a length bofore Cbaribert. Time, by Banaon's chronograph, 2 mm. 10 see. Value of the stakes to the winner, L 2071. THE NEWMARKET OAKS, A sweepstake of 25 soys. each, with 30 soys. added for three-year-old fillies ; Bst 101b each ; certain penalties and allowances. T.M.M. (1 mile 7 furlongs 158 yards. Forty-five subs. Lord Falmouth's br f Muriel, by Parmesan—Levisaunce, Bst 101b .. .. (F. Archer) 1 Lord Rosebery's br f Cipolata, Bst 101b (Constable) 2 Mr P. Lorillard's b f Nereid, Bst 101b (Barbee) 3 Lord Falmouth's Ambassadress, Bst 3lb (C. Wood) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 on Cipolata, 100 to 30 agst Muriel, and 100 to 8 agst any other. Muriel waited on the favourite until about 50 yards from home, when she dashed out and snatched the verdict by a head ; three lengths separated the second and third. NEWMARKET DERBY, A sweepstakes of 25 soys each, with 30 soys added, for three-year-olds— colts, Sst 111b ; fillies, Sst 71b ; with penalties and allowances. The last mile and a-ha!f of the R.C. Forty-six subs. Count F. de Lagrange's b c Milan, by Le Sarrazin — Mdlle de Champigny, Sst 111b (W. M'Donald) 1 1 Count F. de Lagrange's eh c Poulet, Sst 111b „ „ (J. Goater) 2 Mr R. Jardine's eh c Teviotdale, Bsfc 111b Prince Soltykoff's Eurus, Bst 111b (T. Cannon) 0 Butting : 11 to 10 on Teviotdale, 3 to 1 agst Milan, 7 to 2 agst Poulet, and 20 to 1 agst Earua. poulet at a good pace made running from Milan and Teviotdale, the two going on clear of Eurus to the Turn of the Lands, where Teviotdale joined the French pair, of whom the favourite was beaten at the Red Poet, from which point Milan gradually drew away from his stable companion and won in a canter by four lengths; a bad third. Eurus was last throughout. THE THIRD GREAT CHALLENGE STAKES Of 20 soys each, with 500 soys added ; weight for age, with penalties and allowances ; second received 100 soya, and the third 50 out of the stakes. Bretby Stakes (course 6 furlongs). Fifty-two subs. Mr W. S. Crawfurd's eh f Therais, by Hermit— Devotion, 2 yra, 6at 111b . . . (Gallon) 1 Mr R Jardine's br c Simnel, 2 yrs, Bst (Kellett) 2 Count Lagrange's eh c Innocent, 3 yrs, Bst 71b Duke of Hamilton's Song, 3 yrs, Bst 41b (car Sst /lb) t itt i.- i , . , (Camion) 0 Lord Hartmgton's f by Hermit— Rylestone's dam, 2 yrs, Ost7lb .. .. (Greaves) 0 Mr P. Lorillard's Mistake, 3 yrs, Bst 71b (Barbee) 0 Air L. de Rothschild's Valentino, 3 yrs, Sst 71b (G. Fordham) o Betting: 5 to 4 agst Thebaio, 3 to 1 agst Valentino, 7 tj 1 agas Innocent, and 10 to 1 each agst Himnel and Rylestone's dam filly. Rylestone'a clam filly on the right made the running from Thehaia and Simn*), the others being headtd by Innocent and Valentino, and bo they ran until half-way down Bushes Hill where Simne! and Thebais Bi'ngled themselves cut. The favourite, however, always had the best of the run home, and eventually won by half a length ; a bad third j Rylestone's dam filly waß fourth, Valentino fifth, Song next, and Mistake last. Time by Benson's ohronograph 1 mm. 21J sec. Value of the stakes to the winner) L9l7i

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1518, 18 December 1880

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