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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKEf CRAVEN

April 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th.

THE TWENTY-FIFTH NFiWMAUKST BIENNIAL

sr\KE3, Of 10 soya each. with v! 00 added, for tbree-year-olda ; coUbOhC; flliios Sat 1010 ; in ude.ia ullowdd 51b ; KM. (lrn i7yds).— 42 oub3. Mr C Blanton'a b c The Prince, by Balfe out of Lady Sophie, 9a!;.. .. (ii Fordhan) 1 Lord F«ilinouth'* eh c Grandmaster, Bit 910 (- Archer) 2 Duke of Hamilton's b c Export, 9st (J Watts) 3 Duke of lieaufort'a lihuriel, Bst 91b (hi M-tri.m) 0 Oukeof Hamilton* be Oisiati, 8.6 91b (Huxt*ble) 0 Loid ftosslyu'a brf Camilla, Sst 10lb (0 Wood) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Export, 3to 1 each agst The Prince, and Grandmaster and 100 to 8 agst any other. Ithuriel made play from Camilla, in the centre, their followers being The Prince, wide on the right, and the Duke of Hamilton's pair also on the extreme left, with Grandmaster bringing up the rear. In this order they ran to the bushes, when Ossian and Camilla "dropped out," and Ithuriel carried oa the running with a much reduced lead from The Prince, Export, and Grandmaster until half way down the hill. The Prince then deprived Ithuriel of the command, and looked like having a comfortatoio task, until Archer called upon Grandmaster, who responded .in such a gallant manner that he rapidly quitted Export, aud creeping up inch by inch, only succumbed, after a very exciting finish, by a head ; three lengths between secoud and third. Ithuriel was a moderate fourth, and Camilla last. THIS COLUuN PttODUOH! SrAK'-S, Of 30eovsc\ch, with 200 added, to- three-year-olds ; colto Bjg 01b, filliej B>t 71 j; untried allowanced K.M. ; 42 sub/j. Air P Arnher'a b f Lady Brooke, by Hampton oat of Pro»e-s, Bit4ib .. .. (Fo dhatn) 1 L>r.l Rojoberj'B eh f Narcissi, 8?t ilb (U Wo ni) 3 L ird Zetfa id's b c Jet3u.ua, Sdt 10. b ( Wnttfi,) 3 Lord PaiinouMi's eh t DuoUesrf of Oorawal , Bdts 71b, carried Sat 81b . . . . (P - rcher) 4 Lord Falmouih's eh c Priuco Maurice, BJ. tttb (Gles) 5 Betting : 11 to 8 agst Narcissa, 9 to 2 agst L:\dy Brooko, and 5 to 1 each agafc Duchess of Cornwall and Jetsam. Lady Brooke, wide by herself on the right, jumped off in front, and soon held a clear lead ot Jetsam, next to whom laid Narcissa, with Prince Maurice falling astern in the firat quarter of a mile. Joining Jotsam at the bushes, the favourite in turn took second place, and went in, pursuit of Lady Brooke, aud with the pair finishing wide of oach other, her ladyship just held her own, and won by a neck; three lengths between nocond and third. THE CRAVEN STAKES, Of 10 povs each, with 300 added, jfo.- tnruc-yea'-olds ; colts feab lo'.i>, nlli.ia 831 71b; peiuluoa and allowances; An. M. (one wile); Ot auba. Lord Fa, mouth's c-» c Graiiduviator, by Iviujferaffc OUS ol Qucou Bertha, Sst S.b, camci b-,t 71b (P Archer) 1 Buta d Hamilton's G«aiafi, &t ftfc (<J 1 6 tie*) £ Prince tioltjkofl'a Padlock, Bat 61b (Kossiter) 3 At C Alexander* b c Wmi Arab, Bst 101 D (Huxiable) 0 Mr W A.mull's Duke of York, Bst 51' i (Lemairc) 0 Ssir P JohiiKtorio'ti bk f Lovely, Bat 121b (C Wooii) 0 Lord Fa mouth's Duchess of Cornwall, 9st 31b (Giie.-) 0 Mr T Jennings' Auctioneer, 89t 51b, carried Bat Bib, (tioaro') 0 Mr C J Lc-kvre'.»Mo:itro\d, 9<jt flb (V Web.) 0 Ljrd Koaebi'o 1) c iy iviaber out of Bellied. t, SsfcSlb . . .. (S ..oateo) 0 Mr Spoon's eh c by Hermit— MantiiU, Bst 61b (Fordhaiu) 0Betting : 2 to 1 agst Grandmaster, 100 to 30 aej-u t'.idlock, 6 to 1 agafc Lovely, 10 to 1 agst the M.uitilla colt, 100 to 7 « ach agst Wild Arab aud Ussnm. aad 101) to 6 agst xMontroyd. Auctioneer made play on the upper ground from Duchesd of Cornwall in the centre, this pair being followed by the Bellicent colt, Wild Arab, and Ossian, behind whom laid Grandmaster aiid Padlock on the right, with Lovely and Montroyd in the centre, and the Mantilla colt and Duke of York on the left. Before they had run half a mile Duchess of Cornwall disappeared, and 'as soon as Grandmaster had warmed to his work, he rapidly worked his way to the front, and deprived Auctioneer of the command at the Red Post. Here they were succeeded by Ossian, the Bellicent colt Wild Arab, and Lovely, who were so closely packed together, that when Padlock attempted' to come out of their heels a scrimmage occurred, in which he was a good deal knocked about. By the time, therefore, that he obtained a clear path, Grandmaster and Ossian h*d singled themselves out, aud always having the b&st of it, the favourite won by three parts of a length, four lengths dividing second and third ; Lovely was a bad fourth, the Belliceut colth fifth, Auctioneer sixth, the Mantilla colt neventh, and Duchess of Cornwall last, THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP, Of 15 BOV3 each, with 200 soya added, for three-year olds and upwards; winners extra; the last laiic and a hu,H of B.C.— -3 sub-s. Duko of Beaufort's eh c F*U{rh-a-BaHagh, by' Lord Goujh-Weat."norj(la33, 4 yrs, 8;t 31b (X Ma tin) 1 Lord MircU'-t Alizon, 3 yrs, 6^6 .. (Wall) 2 General Owen William*' Cohort, 3 yra, 6=t Bb, carried «ht 91b .. •• . „. (Gallon) 3 Mr Enorharl/s Berzencze, ftffed, Bst 121b (P Archei) 0 Mr H B Tidy's Koyal Prince, 5 yra, Bat 71b • (W Wood) 0 Mr T Jennings' Dlletto, 3 yrs, 7st, carried 7a& 71b , (Fordham) 0 \ Mr L do liothachiid'3 Biserta, 3 yrs, 6st 31b (Litherland) 0 Betting: 4 to 1 each agst Berzencze and Faugh-a-Ballagh, 5 to 1 agst Royal Prince, 6 to 1 ag>t Diletto, 8 to 1 agst Cohort, and 10 to 1 agst Biserta. Alizon cut out the work from Faugh-a-Ballagh and Cohort, next to whom laid Biserta

a nd Diletto, with Berzencze bringing up the rear. In this order they ran to the Red Post, where Biserta was beaten, and although Diletto passed her for a few strides, he soon dropped back again, and ttte finish was confined to Alizon and Faugh-a-Ballagh, the favourite having the best of it from the distance, and winning a good race by a head ; three lengths between second and third. Bi9erta was fourth, Diletto fifth, and Bctzencze last throughout.

EPSOM SPRING.

Apbii, 17th, 18th.

THE GREAT METRt -p. >LITAN STAKES, A handicap of 300 soys, added to & sweepstakes of 25 aovß each. Two miiea and a-quarter. Lord Roseberj'a eh m Vista, by Macaroni-Ver-dure, i yra, 7afc . . . . (S Loatea) 1 Lord March 'a b t Alizon, S y-e, Eat 71b (Martin) 2 Mr Eberhard'a b h Berzeucze, aged, 7at 121b («ile») S . Shrewsbury (7st 101b) and Yorkist (6st 101b) also ran. > Betting: 9 to 4 agst Shrewsbury, 3to 1 Vista. ! and Alizon. Won by a neck. Time, 4 mm. 25 sec. j CITY AND SUBURBAN HANDICAP, Of 500 aova, added to a BweepataKes ot IS soys each. One mile and a-quarter.— 66 nominations. I Lord R isebery'a br h Koyeterer, by Cremome — Caller Ou, 5 }H, 7at .. .. (Gallon) 1 Lord Elesmore'B eh h Lowland Chief, 6 yre, Bat i 101b .. .. .. (Webb) 2 Mr Gerard's br h Sweetbread, 4 yrs, B>t 4lb (f^emafre) 8 Duke ot Westminster's eh m Shotover. i yre, Bsc 91b .. .. .. (F archer) 0 P.-ince SoltykoS'a Scobsll, 5 yrß, B<t 81b (Rossiter) 0 , Lord Rosem reN Pvs»i\ 5 jh, Tat 7ib (Wtiacon) o i Col de BUreoiberu'd Garetb, 4 yra, 7ai 71b (Barrett) 0 Mr rt pc k'a HucKnead, 5 yra, 7at Olb .. (Wood) 0 ; r P Ijorimni'.-* Sacne >, 4 yr», 7at 7lb (S Luate-) 0 Mr WA b uipr s Tonan> f, 5 .yra, Tat Bib (BataJord) 0 Col Kmeg-er'a Dr«amUmd, 6 yia,6jt i2lb (Luke) 0 Mr S Pint's Southampton, i yra, bat 71b OVoodburn) 0 Lord Hastings' Silver Bell, i yra, G*t6lb cLa^hman) 0 ilr T Jenniu'ij'd i»iletto, A yra, \sot 31b (Elliott) 0 Mr GK- uckerber^- Siren, 4 yra, (i 6 7lb (White) 0 Mr Adrian's Bmh Boy, 8 yra. sitl3ib ' (Freeman) 0 Mr E Godfrey's Violoncello, S yra, Gat 101 D (Martin; 0 Gen O William's Nautilus, 3 yra, Sit, 9ib (Woodburn) 0 Betting : sto 2 agst Shotover, 11 to 2 Sachem and Scobell, 16 to 1 Hackness, 20 to 1 Sweetbread, 22 to 1 Lowland Chief, 40 to 1 Roysterer. The first to show in advance was Lowland Chief, but he was quickly steadied, and Gareth went to the front attended by Southampton, Siren, and Silver Bell; Sweetmeat and Passaic last. At the mile post Southampton went to the front, followed by Gareth and Violoncello, with Lowland Chief still lying handy. >As they descended the hill Roysterer^ ran into third place, passing Lowland Chief, while Shotover, Sweetmeat, and Scobell were the moat promiueut of the rest. Rounding Tattenham corner Southampton ran wide and carried off Violoncello and -achem, and Gareth entered the straight with a lead of Roysterer and Lowland Chief, while Sweetmeat, Lowland Chief, and Sachem were m attendance. Before the distance was reached Gareth was done with, and Roysterer came on and looked like winning easily till he was gamely challenged by Lowland Chief. A splendid finish then ensued between the pair, for though Lowland Chief had his head in front a few strides from home, Roysterer answered gamely when called on by Gallon, and secured tue judge's verdict by a head. Sweetmeat was third, two lengths behind. Time, 2 mm. 12 sec.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1646, 9 June 1883

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