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RACING IN ENGLAND.

EPSOM SUMMER. May 23rd, 24th, 25tu, and 26th. Til l WOODCOTE STAKES, Of 20 sin 1 - 1 fiu.b, \wlh» 600 added, for t\vo-yoar-'»lda ; col's o-i! I 1 1), aid fillios Bst 91b; three quarters of a mile ; o'- bins. Lord ILi-tiii'V b c Beau Brummel, by Georjje Frederic-, •rat of Mft Bdl' , Sti 121b, ,(F. Archer) 1 11. Lefevrc's Hauteur, Bit 91b .. (Fortlbam) 2 Mr T. E. Walker's Tyndnim, Bsfc 121b . . (O. Wood) 8 Lonl Calthorpc's Symphony, Bs<-. 91b . .(P. Wynne) 0 Mr T. Cannon's Sijcniophnne, 8-t 121b . . (OwneO 0 Mr Houldeworlh's eh f U'ac, Bst 9ib .. (Lemairc) 0 Mr V. LoriUard's Maapasott, Bs t i2lb .. (&'. Wobb) 0 Lrrtltosebery'sEtUirre.SitOlb , .. (Watts) 0

Betting : 7to 4 agst Hauteur, 5 to2agstSigmophone, 8 to 1 apst Beau Brummel, 100 to 12 agst Symphony, 10 to 1 agst Tyndrum, and 100 to 7 agst Ettavree. Beau Brummel showed the way from Liiac and Mabsasoit for a couple of hundred yards, when the last-named pair drew to tho front in tho order named, and were followed down the hill by Beau Brummel, Hauteur, and Sigmophone, with Tyndrum bringing up the rear. As they rounded Tattenham corner M:is.sasoifc loith his placo, and Boau Brurnrnol, on tbe insiilo, liaving- lejoinctl Lilac ftt the road ? Hauteur and Sigmophone pursued

them to the distance. At this point Beau Brummel shook off Lilac, and with the favourite alone trying conclusions afterwards, Lord Hastings colt won a good race by three-quarters of a length, three lengths dividing the 'second and third. Lilac was fourth, Mtarre fifth, bigmophone sixth, and Massasoit last. Time, 1 mm. 152 sec. Value of the stakes 1187 soys. THE EPSOM STAKES (HANDICAP), Of 25 soys each, 10 ft, with 500 added, for thiee-year-olds and upwards; winners extra; second received 50 soys out of tho stakes ; one mile and a-half ; 17 subs, Bof whom declared 3 soys ft. M Lefevre's eh c Tristan, by Hermit out of Thrift, 4 yrs, Bstl2lb .. .. (Foi-dham) 1 Lord Bradford's Retreat, 5 yrs, Bst 101b (C. Wood) 2 Lord Hastings' Zeus, 3 yrs, 6st 71b (Lashmar) 3 Mr Perkin's Madame dv Barry, aged, Bst 9!b(WaUs) 0 Betting : 9t04 on Tristan, 3 to 1 agst Retreat, 20 to 1 agst Zeus, and 50 to 1 agst Madame dv Barry. The last-named showed the way for a couple of hundred yards, when she resigned to Zeus, and with Tristan going pn third, they travelled in Indian file, and at a very slow pace to the top of the hill. Hero the speed was improved a little, and Madame dv Barry raced with Zeuß to Tattenham corner, where Tristan pulled his way to the front on the inside, and held a clear lead over the road. An easy half way up the straight enabled Retreat to get on terms at the distance ; but this was only on sufferance, as Tristan went away again opposite the stand, and won easily by a length and a half ; twice as for dividing second and third. Madame dv Barry broke down and did not pass the post.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1600, 22 July 1882

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1600, 22 July 1882

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