Mat 22, 23, 24. THE EPSOM HIGH-WEIGHT PLATE A handicap of 200 soys. One mile. Mr T Jennings' br c Auctioneer, by LandmarkLady Abbess, 3 yra . . . . . . 1 Mr E Peck's b c Little Charlie, by Albert Victor— Jjoreapple, 8 yr3 . . . . . . 2 Mr B Ton Broeck'a Chevronel, by Cathedral—Cognisaunce, aged . . . . . . . . 3 Betting : 11 to 10 agat Auctioneer, 6 to 4 Little Charlie. Won by a neck. ROYAL STAKES HANDICAP, Of 800 bovb, added to «, sweep of 10 soys each. One mile. Lord Ellesmere's eh h Lowland Chief, by Lowlander — Bathilde, 6 yrs .. .. . . 1 Mr Gerard's b h Sweetbread, by Brownbread — Peffar, 4 yrs . . . . 2 j Mr 3D B Walker's b h Rout, by Carnival— Lady Fly, 4vrs.. .. .. .. .. S Mr P Lorillard's eh h Sachem, 4 yrs . . . . 0 Thirteen others ran. , THE DERBY STAKES, Of 60 soys each. Colt*, Bs>t 101b ; ixlli«-., 8 t 51b. The owner of the second horse to receive 300 toys out ) ''ot the 'stakes, -of the third 160 soys. One mile and '' Vhalf ' 246 nominations. Lord Arlington's eh c St. Blaise, by Hermit— Fusee, Bst 101b .. .. .. (Wood) 1 Lord J&llesmere'B b c Highland Chief, by Hampton — Corrle, Bst 101b .. .. ..2 Lord Falmouth'e b c G&lliatd, by Galopin — Mavis, 886101b .. .. .. ..3 Mr O Blanton'o b c The Prince, by Balfe— Lady Sophie. Bst 101b.. .. .. .. 0 Lord Cadogan's b c Goldfield, by Springfield — Crucible, Bst 101b .. .. .. 0 Mr JL&fevre's. b c Ladislas, by .Hampton— Lady Superior, Bst 101b . . . . . . 0 Lord Hastings' b c Beau Brummel, by George Frederic— Ma Belle, B*t 101b .. .. 0 Mr Q Stead's eh c Splendour, by fcpeculum — Bathilde, Bst 101b .. .. .. 0 Lord Bradford's eh c Laocoon, by Laeydes—Adver•ity,Bstlolb .. .. .. .. 0 Mr Lefevre'a b c Bonjour, by Rosicrucian — Bonnie Katie, 83tlOlb .. .. .. .. 0 Mr T 'Cannon's b c Sigmophone, by Young Trumpeter— Eau de Cologne, Bat 101b . . 0 Betting : 7to 2 agst Galliard, 6to 1 The Prince, Goldfield, and St. Blaise, 11 to 2 Ladislas, 10 to 1 Beau Brumrael, 10 to 1 Highland Chief, 20 to 1 Splendour, 4 to 1 Laocoon, 100 to 1 Bonjour and Sigmophone. Bonjour made the running at the start, attended by Sigmopbone. They had a clear lead of Ladislas, The Prince, Splendour, and Gold- . field, who were bunched to Tottenham corner, , when St. Blaise took up the running, closely followed by Galliard and Goldfield to the distance stand, when Highland Chief took second place, and pressed St. Blaise very hard, but did not quite succeed in catching up with him, and St. Blaise won by a neck ; Galliard finished half a length behind Highland Chief, Goldfield finished fourth, Beau Brummel fifth, Laocoon sixth, Splendour seventh, Ladislas eighth, The Prince ninth, Bonjour tenth, and .Siptmophone last. Time, 2 mm. 48 2-5 sec. EPSOM GOLD CUP, Of 600 soys, added to a sweep of 10 soys each. One mile and a-half. Mr Lefevre's eh h Tristan, by Hermit-Thrift, 6yrs.. .. ip j Inike of Hamilton's b h City Arab, by ■J.ibthoi-pe - The Arab's dam, 4 yrs 2 Lord Ellesmere's eh h Walleustein, by WavcrloyLady Wallenatein, 6 yrs . . 3 Duke of Westminster sen m Shotovor, by Hermit Shot, i yra 0
Betting : 6to 1 on Tristan ; 5 to 1 agst Shotover ; 6to 1 Wallenstein and City Arab. Wallenstein took the lead at the start, with Shotover last. Finally Tristan went to the front, and won by three lengths. ASCOT. Jdkb 5, 6, 7, 8. the gold vase, Value 200 soys, given by her Majesty, added to & sweep of 20 soys e»ch. Two milei. Mr J Johnetone's eh c Border Minstrel, by Ty»e-dale-Glee, 8 yrs .. .. ..1 Mr Irvine's Horotcope .. .. ..2 Lord Rosebery's b f Bonnie Jean, 3 yra . . . . 3 There were six starters. Bonnie Jean was the winner of the Oaks on May 25. ASrOT STAKES HANDICAP, Of COO soys, added to a sweep of '25 soys each. Two miles. Mr R Jardine's bh h Ishmael, by Adventurer— Lina, 5 vra .. .. .. ..1 Lord Cawdor'a b f Witchcraft, by Kingcraft—Pretence, 3 yrs .. .. .. ..2 Sir F Johustone's eh mThebais, by Hermit-Devo-tion, 5 yrs . . . . . . . . 3 ASCOT BIENNIAL ST*KE«, Of 300 bovp, added to a sweep of 10 soys each— colts, 9st ; fillies, Bst 101b. Old mile Mr J B Kcene's eh c Blue Grass, by Pat Molloy— Amy Farley . . . . . . (Cannon) 1 Mr J Houldsworth'a eh f Lilac, by Springfield— Wood Anemone .. .. .. ..2 Mr EWeever'sbr c John Jone?, by John Davis— ArioU .. .. .. .. 3 Mr Keene's Potosi and three others ran. ROYAu HUNT CUP, A handicap of 500 eovs, added to a sweep of 20 soys each. New mile. Mr Gerard's b c Elzovlr, by Salvator— Preface, 3 yrs .. .. .. .. ..1 Lord Bradford's b h Nesscliff, by Wenlock - Zephyr, 5 yrß . . . . . . . . . . 2 Mr W Gilbert's Despair .. .. ..8 Mr P Lorillard's eh h Sachem, 4 yrs . . . . 0 Eighteen other horses ran. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of l n oo soys, added to a sweep of 10 soys each. Weight for age, with penalties and allowances Now mile. Mr C Perkins' b c Chiselhurst, by Beuclerc—Empress, 3 yrs, 7et 9jb . . . . . . 1 Lord Bradford's b h Limestone, by Wenloch— Duvernay, s yrs. Sat 121b .. .. •• 2 Mr R Jardine's b h by Brownbread— Hygei*-, * yra, Bst 101b .. .. .. ..3 ASCOT GOLD CUP, Of 1000 soys, with 200 soys added (or the second horse and 100 soys for the third, added to a sweep of 20 Bova each. Weight for age. Two miles and a-half. Mr Lefevre's oh h Tristan, by Hermit— Thrift, i yrß, ?st<lb .. .. .. .. 1 Lord Falmouth's br m Dutch Oven, by Dutch Skater— Cantiniere, 4 yrs, Bst lllb . . . . 2 Lord Ellesraere's eh h Wallenstein, by Waverley— Lady Wallenntein, C yrs,9st 41b .. ..3 Mr P Lorillard's eh h Sachem, 4 yr3, 9st ..0 Lord Rosebery's b f Fleur d Orange, 3 yrs, 7»t 41b. . 0 NUN STAKES Of 600 soys, for two-year-olds, added to a sweep of 10 soys each. Colts, Bst 101b; fillies, Bst 71b. Mr Lefovre'B b f Wild Thyme .. .. 1 Mr P Loriilard's bl c Pontiac, by Pero Gomez— Agenoria .. : .. ..2 Lady Vivian's eh c Offspring, by Springfield — Eglantine .. .. .. ..8 ST. JAMES' PALACE STAKES, A sweep of 100 soys tach, with SOO soys added. For throe-year-olds. Colt-i, 9at; fillies, Bat lllb. Old mile. Thirty-two nominations. Maidens allowed 71b. Lord Falmonth's br c Galliard, by Galopin— Mairo 1 Piince Holfykoff's b c Padlock, by Weulock—Boot-and-Saddle .. ..2 Mr J R. Keene's b c PotOßi, by King Alfonso — Jamaica .. .. .. ..3 Only these three ran. ALEXANDRA PLATE, Of ICO 8ov;, added to as» eep of 25 boys. For four-year-olds and upwards. Three miles. Duke of Beaufort's eh h Faugh-a-ballagh, by Lord Gough— We»therg'a3B, 4 yrs, 9st .. .. 1 Lord Ellesmere's eh h Wallenstein, 6 yrs, 9st 71b .. 2 Mr Lefevre'u b h Credo, by Henry— Creole, 4 yrs, 9st .. .. .. .. .. 3 WOKINGHAM STAKES HANDICAP, Of 500 soys, added to a sweep of 16 soys each. Threequartern of a mile. Mr W Gilbert's Despair .. .. .. l Sir G Chetwynd's b h Hornpipe, 6 yrs . . 2 Mr T E Walker's b c Tyndrum, 3y w . . . . 3 Sixteen horses ran, including Mr Lorillard's Aranza. HARDWICKE STAKE*, Of 2000 soys, added to a bweej) of 10 soys each ; weight forage, wilh penalties and allowances. Swinluy course (one mile and a-half). Mr Lefevre's eh h Tristan, by Hermit; Thrift, 6 yrs, 9st 121b (inc. 101b penalty) .. .. 1 Mr P Lorillards b h Iro.iuoig, by Leamington - Maggie 88, 5 yrs, 9st 121b (inc. 101b penalty) . . 2 Mr R Jardinc's br h Shrewsbury, bj Brown fire id — Voyagouae, 4 yri .. .. ..3 Nine horses ran.
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EPSOM SUMMER., Otago Witness, Issue 1650, 7 July 1883
EPSOM SUMMER. Otago Witness, Issue 1650, 7 July 1883
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