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RACING IN ENGLAND.

July 4th, sth, 6th. t9e july stakes, Of SO s-ors each, for two-year-'Jd.s ; colts 9st, fillies Sil lUb; tho scctml leueived 100 soys, and tile third saved his stakes; .New T.Y.C. 09 subscribers. / Mv W. S. CvawfmiVs bvc Jlacheath, by Macaroni— Iloathci- B-11, 9st •• (C. Wood) 1 P.iucc Ratth mv's 1) c Fulnien, Oat . . (Luke) ' 2 MrT E \V,ilk-t'r'rtTvii<lruin, 0-t .. (Cannon) 3 Mr C. Want hi** IjoTmo Prince, 9-t •• (Rossiter) 0 L >r.l O.vUhorpi.'s h f m mphony, Sstllib (l?. Archer) 0 Loid Fiilinout,h\i Duchiss of Cornwall, B*t lllb (Watts) 0 Oount F. do Liyranqe's Alcindor, 9st (Goater) 0 M. Lefevro'd Ki-otte, bst lllb . . (Fordham) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 on Machoath, 5 to 1 agst Fuhneu, 11 to 2 agst Symphony, 100 to 8 agst Tyndruin, and 20 to 1 agst others. Tyudrum made play, with Mache'ath and Fnlmcii on either side of him on the left, these soon drawing away v four or five lengths from Symphony in the centre, with The Prince next on the right, and the others forming a long

tail. At the corner of the plantation Fulmen T'VttfSf cwTS S?^wC • wSse^faturSin^^andwi^ SrfTh ffiKl FuXnt Se*^d3£ Macheath headed^ lengths separating gallantly by a length i second andthud, oy 1 J f Cor£ wall Sf'an^ Th°e &c last. Value of the stakes, £2030. thrijulycuPi Sllb four and upwards 9st lib; last six furlongs Bh O. ChstWynd'a 6k c AlthofcM, 4 yrs. ood) „ SrJ. D. Astley's Petticoat, 2 yw, Cat Hlb (Wcaton) 0 Betting: 6 to 4 on Tristan, 4 to 1 agst Althotas, 11 to 2 agst Royal Stag, and 10 to 1 agst '^Petticoat made play on the left, with a clear lead of Tristan and Royal Stag, in^ whose heels laid Athotas, while Nellie brought up the rear on the.right. At the foot of the hill Petticoat resigned to Tristan, who had no sooner shaken off Althotas than he began to take the pull out ' Of Royal Sfag and Nellie, and ran home an easy winner from the two-year-old by half a length ; a bad third. tre'sujJmer cup, Value SOO soys, by subscription of 20 soya each, hit, for three year-olds. Colts, (M;; tlihes and geldingß,'Bst 101b; penalties and allowances. B, C. 18 subscribers. Mr Leopold de Kothscbild's eh f Isabel, by Plebian -Parma, 9st .. .•• ■• rdham>J Mr J. R. Keene's Golden Gate. Oat .. (Cannon) 2 Mr C. J. Lefevre'H Credo, Bsfc 711> .. Of»*B8) 3 Mr C. Alexander's Button, 8k bib .. (Huxtable) 0 Mr (^raven's Haverhill, Bst 71b .. (Goater; 0 Betting: Evens on Isabel, 9to 4 agst Golden Gate,'B to 1 agst Credoj and 100 to 8 agst any Cred6 made running from Golden Gate and Isabel, with Haverhill bringino: up the rear for a couple of miles, when Isabel took second place,-and Golden Gate was also passed a little further on by Sutton. After entering the ■ Bunbury mile the lot took close order, and when Isabel deprived Credo of the lead at the plantation Golden Gate had drawn up to her girths: From ttie T.Y.C. winning post the pair came away by 'themselves, and although the American looked like getting the best of it half way up the bill, he swerved just on the post, and was beaten by a short head; a v bad third/: - THE CHESTERFIELD STAKES, Of 30 soys each, 20 ft, for t>vo-\ ear-olUs. Colts, Bst 101b' fillies, 83t71b ; winners extra. The second received 100 soys, and the third saved his stake. "Last.five furlongs of B.Af, 73 subscribers. Lord Falmouth'B br c Galliard,T>y Galopin-Mavis, 8»t 101b ' • • .. (P. Archer) 1 Duke of Hamilton's be Export, Sst 101b (Watt*) 2 Prince Soltykoff's b c Padlock, Sat 101b (Cannon) 6 ■ Mr Hama'ond's.bk c The Dutchman, Bst 10lb (C. wood) 0 Count F. de Lagrange's eh f Mahbran, Bst 71b , , (Goater) 0 Mr P.' Lorillara'a eh f(fouoh-Me-¥ot, 83t 71b \ - "* (XiUK6) 0 Lord Ross-Ws br f Camilla, Sst 71b .. (Foruimm, 0 Betting : eito 4 on Galliard, 6 to 1 each agst Padlock and.Malibran, and 7 to 1 agst The Dutchman-. ! ,•.,', m. -^ . , > Malibran on the right and Ihe Dutchman on the left made joint running from Padlock and Export until hal^ way up the hill, when X the two leaders dropped'back,- and with the favourite then' striding to the front in the centre of th& course, ho won in a canter by a length and a-half, a head dividing second and third. Malibran was a bad fourth, and Camilla last. Value of tho stakes £1370. ''Tj|o,TO2?G iN AMERICA. 4 ' " ' - r, CHICAGO,,. J July 17th, 18th. ' The following were the principal contests at the above meeting :—,'" PUftSE, . >„ ' • 5000dol, open to all stallions : lOOOdol extra to Winner , of fastest heat, jf trotted better than 2 mm. 15J sec.' * , ' N W Kittson'd b s Yon Arrrim, by Sentinel 111 Whitoand Doble's b a M^iToo Chief ..222 M. M. Hedtje'sbß J. B. Tuonans.. " ..333 C. Baemly'abs Voltaire .i,''^ •• ..444 Time; v 2 mm. 20 sec.', 2 mm. 20f sec, 2 mm. 20 SCfe' PURSE, ' ' * SSOOdoli free for for all pacers; with 500dol extra to ■beat 2 mm. 11J sec. ' ' M. M. Hedge's b g Fay Billy, by Tom Hal .. 4 3 .2 11 1 J. Fettibone's b m Bi'ffa'o Girl; by " J BPocahontasßoy, ;..'; ..' ' ...113822; J Splan's eh in Mafctie Hunter, by 1 Prince Pulnskj,' -.. ..321233 D. J. Woodmaneee's bin Gem .. 2 dia. D. h. Hall's chcr Sorrel Dan .. dig. S. X eye's grin Lucy .. .. dis. Time, 2 mm. 14 sec, 2 min.*l4i sec, 2 mm. 15? sec, 2 mm. 18 sec, 2 miri. 20j sec, 2 mm. 2l| sec. SPECIAL 1 PfRSE, 2000dol, for Little Brown Jug to beat 2 mm. 11} ser. Time .•• ..' . •• * ..111 E. W. Kittson's br g Little Brown Jucr .. 'I 2 a Loser's time, 2 mm. 15 Bee, 2 mm. 22 sec, 2 mm. 15. sec.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1606, 2 September 1882

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