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RACING IN ENGLAND. NEWMARKET JULY MEETING.

Jdlt sth. 6th, 7th, Bth. !

THE JULY STAKES '■ Of 60 boys each, for two-year-olds. Colts, 9st ; fillies, Bst 111b. The second received 100 sots out of the stakes, and the third saved stake. NewT.Y.O.— 52 subs. | Lord Rosebery'a br f Kermesse, by Cremdrne— ■ Hazeldean.Bstlllb 1

— v>u, bsijx. .. „ (Cannon) Mr R. S. Evans' br c Marden, 9sfc . . (F. ]^ebb) 2 Mr Crawfurd's eh t St. Marguerite, Bst 111b • : , , , (Fordham) t Lord Falmouth's Dutch Oven, Bst 111b (F. Archer) t Sir J. D. Astley's Rowell, 9st . (C. Wood 0 Pritice Batthyany's Paragon, 9et .. (Luke) 0 Lord Downe's Forester. 9sfc

, „ (Gallon) 0 Duke of Hamilton's Leonora, Bst 111b . . (Watts) 0 Count F. de Lajrrange's eh c Dandin, 9st (Goater) 0 Prime Soltykoff's Berwick, 9st . . (Rossitor) 0 Lord Stamford's bf Incognita, Bst 111b (Morbey) 0 Bet.anjt : 6t05 on Kermesao, sto 1 agab St. Marguerite, 8 to 1 agst Incognita, 10 to 1 each agsfc Rowell and Dutch Oron, and 100 to 6 agflt Marden. The fl-iji iell without a failure, the riftht hand berth being occupied by Forester, Bt. Margnerire, Paragon, and Mardeu, with Inoo^nita and Berwick in the centre, and Kermease, Bowell, Leonora, and Dandin etretohing away to the lef c Before settling down Incognita and Paragon drew slightly in font of Eermeeeo, Bowell, and Leonora, wnd Mard«n separated , .' thew from the othera, who were whipped-iu by Datob Oron (or b»U tbt iowney/whw tb« tot

named improved her portion. "Before reaching 1 tbe oornerofthe plantation Incognita was.doae with, and , being followed .into retirement by Leonora and Rowell; the* command was .diaputed by Paragon and Kermessfl to the top of the'hillr '"ln" commencing' the descent Marden "drew to the head of affairs, and Kermesse was joined in the. dip by St.'. Marguerite 'and Dutch. <Oven^and;with a brilliant race to the, end the favourite got her head first a few strides fronv home, and won by half a length from Marden, : who beat St Marguerite and Dutoh Oven as far ! for eeoond money j two lengths from the dead heaters Paragon was, fifth, with Rowell sixth, and Forester last. Time, 1 mm 12£ aeo. Value of the stakes-, 1680 boys.

I THE JULY CUP, i Value 300 soys, by'subscription 0f,,i0. soys each,, with , 80 added ; two-year .o)ds,'6st, 71b,, tforee Bst 61b, four and upwards &at lllb ; penalties and allowI an'ces ; lastsix furlongs of 8.M. ; 22 subs.I Mr .Vyner's eh h.Charibert, Thormanby out of'.Ger- ■ trude, 6yrß;,9st'4lb ' ..' , .. (P. Archer) 1 I Sfr'J.'D. A-tley's Peter, 5 yrs, 9st 131b (Fordham) 2 Mr P. Lorillard's b c Barrett, 8 yrs, Bst lllb , . -v r,. (F.Webb) ,3 . Bettinsr.: Eyens on { Peter, 6 to 5 -agstjChaijibjerfc," and iop^q/j^gst. Barrett. r t t ' "As soon as the f>dvanoe : fl'ig was hoisted Peter began to show some temper ? and oaußed a couple of breaks away. 'He nevertheless jumpedoff with' 1 , Oharibert, and they ran level, , with Barrett at their quarters for a hundred J yards, I when Peter made it partial attempt to, stop, and Archer Reized;tbe .opportunity to,, crowd "full sail " upon Chavibert. ' In less time . therefore [than the words can- be written the last 1 named, [bad 'obtained a strong lead, and this settled the as'^eter was pressnre, and u although' he began to put in some big pieces on •Jibe ",jtop" ol; the fnill, Charibert was not fairly' challenged, and won by three lengths. Barrett ' was soon outpaced, and finished a bad th.ird, ' ' ,THE MIDSUMMER' STAKES, i Of 25 'sovs, each, with 200' added, for three-year-olds. ' Colts, 8stlOlb;' fillies, 'Bst 61b; penalties ■ and 1 allowances 8.M.; 21 subi. ' ', Mr W. sl Crawfurd's eh f ,Thebais, by Hermit out .of Devotion, 8«t 101b ...;,., . . • (Fordham) 1 Count 4e Lagrange's Cameriste, fat JUb (Groves) 2 . Betting: 20 'to lon Thebais, who iwai'ed upon Cameriste until rather less than a Quarter of a mile P fr6m homo, when she began to close up; but finished.' far from .geuerously, and JPordham had to tap her across the headto keep, off the left hand rails./ ,In the meanwhile, however,' > Cameriste was. f ' cutting - it " pn the other side, and having taken the lead on [the top of the bill, Thebais won, by five lengths'. . ■-. 'the horseheath stakes, ' Of 10 soys each, with 200 added, for three-year-olds. ' Colts, Bst 101b; fillies, 84 71b; penalties and > allowances, i Last six furlongs of the B.M. 17 "' .BUb8 k . ' ,•'■'- } Mr Lefevre's eh c Tristan; by Hermit out of Thrift, "9st T Blb\ '.'.'•'.. .. (F.Arpher) 1 -Mr P.' Lorlllard's.b c 'Barrett, 9st' 31b ' - (F. Webb) 2 Mr J. ! R'. Keehe tt Bl'Marshal"Macdonald,8 I 'Marshal"Macdonald, Bst : ''"''' ' ' ', " ■" l '"'[ '(C- Wood) 8 Mr Crtiwfurd'a b c Dalnacardoch; Bst (Fordham) 0 (Betting: sto2> on Tristan, 4 to |l agst Barrett, and 100' to' 8 agst the 6thers. 1 J Barrett made Jplay with a slight lead' of l^arsh^l.M^odonald,' to'baefqot'bf %c hiu, when Tristan drew up ph,the; left, \and. quickly taking ali the pull out of Barrett,' won; in; a oajiter by two lengths, three length separating second and „,?.' , l , , ,* . i • 1 , i i THE CHESTERFIELD STAKES, } OifSO sovs' each',-' for two-year-olds.-" Colts, Bst 101b ; " fillies,. Bst 71b ; winners extra.' ' Thb se:ond re- ' ■■ c'«ived 100 soys out of the stake"!, and^ tie third , - ' saved stakes, l-aetflve furlongs 'of th'eß.M. 62 •.; SUbs/ '' ' ' ' ' '■' | , >■ , ■Mr Crawf iird's eh' f St. Marguerite, by Hermit out '• oof Devotion, Bsf7lb'''' .'.' "' "'.'.' (Fordham) 1 BatthyanyVParagoh, 1 8st'101b' ! ' ' ' ' (Luke) 2 Sir W. A. tethbridpb's eh f Cloistress, by WiL j Oats ; .' l oiitof Faith, Bst'7tb t ' ' .. ,'"'.. (Cannon) 8 Mr C. Blanton'sb f Sophie, 1 8st 71b . . (Roasiter) ■ 0 Ldtd'Falmouth^Carn 1 Br'e,' Bat' 71b .'. (F. Archer) ■ 0 Mr J. R.Keene's' be Golden, Gate, Bst 101b { • '' (O. Wood) 0 Mr Leopold de Rothschild's b f Picotee, Bst 71b -i I ' ' '" ' (Ba'rrett) 0j ' Duke of St: Albap's f Lady' Maura, Bst 71b j 1 ' ,< ' ' ' ,' ' (Snowden) ' 0 Bettingr 9 to 4 on St. Marguerite, lOO.to 12 agsb Paragon, lOtol eaqh agst' Cam Bre and Glbis 'treßi, and 20 to 1 agst Golden: Gate. ,■ , ' '' Par'agqn made play with a slight jead of St i Margueyitp, r Jthe pair, who occupied.' pc two left band berths, being attended by Biootee and" Sophie on the* immediate right, with Olpifltress, Golden Gate, and Lad; Maura, on thp other "side., The rear brought. up by^Oarn Bre until' paßeing" th'e 4 T.YJC. ! winning' ['post,' when' ; St, . J((argperite ,;took, ; the lead,, and 'settling Paragon as they came op the hill, with Clois ■'trees inpnranit, the iavonrite very easily landed i 'the odds by a length; a bad third., L»dy, Maura, was fourth," Cam Bre fifth; and; Sophie last. ' ' ' J ' „, , jr ,■' -' " ; ; ; -Time, Imm 6 sec. Value of the stakes, £980; , • ', ,', THE BUNBURY STAKES, | Of 10 soys each, with 200 added ; three-year-olds, Sat, ' ' 'four and upwards, Bst 121b; mares allowed 31b; ' - penalties and' allowances ; 8.M. ; 17 subs! ' Sir' J. D. Astley's eh h, Peter, by, Hermit, out of Lady'Masham, 5 yrs, 9*tlolb .. ,(F. Archer) 1 Lord.Falmouth's Ambassadress, i yrs, 7st 131b . . , , , (Fordham) 2 Count F. de Lagrange's Maskelyne, 3 yrs, 'Bs't 121b ' ,',",, , (Gbater). 3, ' . Betting : 5t02 on Peter, sto 1 agst; iAmbassadress, and 6to 1 agat Maskelyne. \ The flag fell at the first: attempt,' and Ambassadress showed the way from Maskelyne,, ,with , Peter following them at a clear interval, on the right, for about half tbe journey, when; ho took the centre berth. After passing tbe plantation corner he was running well into his' biti'and, sweeping to the front half way np the! hill, he won in the. commonest of cantors by a couple of lengths} a bad third.

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RACING IN ENGLAND. NEWMARKET JULY MEETING., Otago Witness, Issue 1556, 3 September 1881

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