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NEWMARKET SPRING. May 4th.

TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, A subscription of 100 soys each, h ft, for three-year-olds. Colt?, Bsl 101b ; fillies, gst 51b. Tho owner of second hoi so received 200 soys out of tho btakes, and tho third saved stake. R.M. (1 mile 17 yards). 117 subs. Mr Norman's br c Peregrine, by Fero Gomez—Adelaide.. .. •■ (F. Webber) 1 Mr P. Lorillard's b c Iroquois, by Leamington— Maggie 8.8. .. •• •■ (Morgan) 2 Mr J B. Keene's eh o Don Fulano, by King Alfonso —Canary Bird .. •• ..(C.Wood) 3 Prince Soltykoff's br c Scobell, by Carnival- Lady Sophie .. •• (T. Cannon) 0 Mr Chaplin's eh t Wandering Nun, by Hermit-Yogi (J. Osborne) 0 Lord Falmouth's eh c Golden Plover, by Kingcraft -Whoator .. •• r J ° Lord Falmouth's b c Lennoxlovo, by Scottish Cniet -Ladylove .. •• •■ , (Mo>lcy) 0 Count K. de Lagrange's b c Maakelync, by Albert Victor— Palmistry . . (J. Goater) 0 M. Lefovie's eh g Tristan, by nermit— Thnfb (G. Fordham) 0 Mr P. Lorillard's b c Passaic, by Lonfellow— Jury (J. D -y) 0 Capt. Machcll's eh c Cumberland, by King Lud— Lufia .. .. (Macdonald) 0 Lord Rosebory's b c Town Moor, by Doncaster ■ Fuxine . . . . . . (Roaster) 0 Loid Rosobery'B br c Cameliard, \>y Cremorne— Ljnette .. .. (Snowden) 0 Mr B. Ellam's eh c Napoleon the Fifth, by Ethus— Mundane .. .. ..(Chalonei) 0 Bet injr: 4 to 1 a?Ft Scobi-U, H to 2 eioh agat Golden Plovor Mad dair eliurd, 7 \o 1 f-psi. T-Ivju, 15 to 2 wit P^ro;Tinf>, 8 to 1 jftst War.deriiu Nun, 100 ti 6 each a v «Ri. Cumberlacd aud To.ru Moor, 40 to 1 ag..t Lermoxl-vc, 50 to 1 each Hgf o In quoin aad Pa?g'iic, 60 to 1 rfi'i Ma.°ktlyup. 100 l>> iag.«t Don I'uiauO) auc^7 1000 to 4 «gpt Ns^ol-'oa tLo Fifth. THE EACB. There was ft little delay at the post owing to

Wandering Nun refusing to join her horses ; but eventually, when the flag fell, she was on terms, and showed the way on the far side for a short distance, when L«nnoxlove tnok the load, followed by Paasain and, Cumberland, with Iroquois, Cameliard, Booboll, To ,vn Moo/", and Golden Plover, on pretty livol terms, followh-g. W^nderini-' Nun was done \v?th after ptsiin£ the T.Y.fi. winning. p->Bt, ana Lounoxlove vivao al-<ng from this p.»int Irriquow, Triritan, Cumberland, ona bo >»:«Jl ha-udy : wbilo GoMcu Plover and Porogrmo wero at their heela. S) tiioy wei't to «.op bushes, where all the right-hanfl lot w«we out of the race, aud Ircquoia, in the csntro of the course, came to the front, and phowed the way down the hill, followed by Cameliatrt, while on the left, rlill well up. were L^nnrxlovo, C.imboiUnd, Golden Plover, and Scobell, while P.«egriii6 '"as now handy ou the right of Iroqaois. Lennoxlove find Onm. berl<>nd soon gf v) way, arid, Sc;l>ell mid 0-okU.n Clover bfing rattled at thu coram- ncoment of fho »"oent, Pfre\-rhio j'«ined Ir.qvw mtl C-n»plJO!d, ami drawm o ' a«f ay with groat c .re at the S; -j«d, won very tasily i-y tlirG " l^B'* 13 . pI-UcT) ii F-V .!■>, -v o a •filnpfh )}<V-\c>- gv l^me ; i.v!d vh ws n "< j" { ;'i l' l^ s r ;, f , .| ,; o , ''ij !i mft ■ p '*i imisiM'u it. 'l(l i leu^t'i !•-"(! ' -h*lt off, liirt i >nr 1> ing cl"->" of Golden Piovev, '-/ho w-.<» firth, -i;h Sfo'.-eU wix'b yv a i, In «*-ont of L?nnoxl >vo and T'V-vn \'\>. ' -vJt'n Ci.nihorJfij-cl rrid T>if«»a -nxt;, '.hilj JaF-tof all v-s WawikHnq; >Tu,i. Ti"<n« by B ns-n'a c'uror i »"..pl>, 1 mia 49 fjeo, Itmo IV. y-pr, 1 win 52 co.

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NEWMARKET SPRING. May 4th., Otago Witness, Issue 1546, 25 June 1881

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NEWMARKET SPRING. May 4th. Otago Witness, Issue 1546, 25 June 1881

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