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RACING IN ENGLAND.

ASCOT. June 5, 6, 7, 8. the prince of wales,' btakes, <M iO SOVB each, with 1000 added, for three-year-olds. Colts, Ss6 101b; fillies, Bbt 510, dinners extra; maiden allowance. Nw Courte (about oho mile and five furlongs) L»rd Falmouth'a b or br c Gallwrd, by Galoi.inMavlß, Ostllb .. .. "(FAicner) Duke of Hamilton's b c Ossian, by Salvator Mif-iu, Bst3lb .. .. .. (Ros.-iter) 2 Lord Bradford's eh c Laocoon, by Lacydes — Adversity, Bsfc 31b .. . . . .' (C Wood) 3 llr Houldswortb'a eh c Newfield, Bat 31b (Lemaire) 0 Count Lagrange'a eh t .Malibran, 7st 1211b „ „ . (E Martin) 0 Mr 0 J Lefevre's b c Ladislas, Ost lib (G Fordham) 0 Lord Roseberj's b or br f Ettarre, 7at 121b (S Loates) 0 Betting at the start : 7 to 4 agst Laocoon, 9 to 4 Galhard, 9 to 1 Ossian, 10 to 1 Newfield, 10 to 1 Malibran, 10 to 1 Ladislas 10 to 1 Ettarre. After a few minutes' delay, caused by the fraotiousness of Galliard, a good start was effected, and Malibran made the running, followed by Laocoon, for a couple of hundred yards, when the latter was pulled back, and Ossian took second place, Laocoon going on third, Ettarre and Ladislas next, and Galliard last. Down the hill and through Swinley Bottom Ettarre drew into third place, Newfield going on fourth, Laocoon fifth, and Galliard stilllast. Three-quarters of a mile from home Malibran was joined by Ossian, Newfield following on their heels two or three lengths clear of Ettarre and Laocoon, and the other two brought up .the rear side by side. In rounding the bend Ossian took up the running, and into the straight was attended by, Malibran, liaocoon, and Galliard, and so they ran to the foot of the hill, where Galliard on the outside and Laooon in the centre drew into second and third places respectively. Ossian was beaten at the distance, and, with the favourite at the same time holding out signals ot distress, Galliard pulled his way to the front, and won in the commonest of canters by a length, three times which distance separated the second and third ; Malibran was fourth, Ladislas fifth, and Newfield last. Time, by Benson s chronograph, 2 mm. 52 3-sth sec. Value Qi the stakes, £2675. THE CORONAT.O.V STAKES, Of 100 BOYS each, with 300 addded, for three-year-o'd allies. Colts, Bst 101b each, with penal ies and allowances. One mile. Sir F Johnstone's blf Lovely, by Alvarez— Electric %ht.Bstlolb .. .. (T Cannon) 1 Lord Roseber/s b or br f Ettarre, Bst 3lb Lord Falmouth's b 1 Britomartis, Bst loib ° ateS> 2 Duke of Beaufort's eh t Tarifa, 83t 31b ° Lord Calthorpe's b f Sjmphony, Bst 101b " ° t, „_.,. (J Woodburn) 0 Duke of Hamilton's b f Consuelo, But 31b , fnTT* . i.«t, (Huxtable) 0 Mr C J Lefeyre's eh f Formalite, Bst 31b Mr L de Rothsehild'a b f Bisorta, Bsfc 101b 1 ■ (Fordham) 0

Mr J Snarry's b f Eastern Lily, Bst 31b (Chaloner) 0 Sic G Chetwynd's eh f La Mascotte, Bst 31b (CWond) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Lovely, 11 to 4 agst Ettarre, 10 to 1 each agst La Mascotte and Britomartis, 12 to 1 agat Biserta, and 20 t« 1 agst Symphony. In the straight Ettarre was attended by Britomartis, Consuelo, and Lovely, and this order was maintained until just below the distance, where Consuelo and Britomartis were beaten, and Lovely, taking the lead from Ettarre, won easily by a length and a-half, a third of that distance separating the second and third La Mascotte was close up, fourth, a long way clear of Formalite and Symphony, and Tarifa was last beaten off. Value of the stakes, £2550. THK ROYAL HUNT CUP, A piece of plate valued 500 soys, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 20 sovd each. New Mile. 76 subs. Mr Gerard's br c Elzevir, by Salvator— Pi eface, 3 yrs, 7st7lb .. .. .. (OW od) 1 Lord Bradford* b h Nesscliff, 5 yrs, 7st lolb (Luke) 2 Sir W Gilbert's eh c Despair, 4 yrp, Brft 2ib (Giles) 3 Lord Elltsmere's eh h Lowland Chief, 5 j r3. 9at 1010 (F Webb) 0 Lord Roiebery s br h Royaterer, 5 yrs, 8s 71b (Morgan) 0 Sir F Johnstonc's br c Macheath, 3 yrs, Sit sib i , * (Lunaire) 0 Mr Leigh's b h Goggles, 5 j rs, Bst Bib . . (Arohei) - 0 Lord Cadogan'B br c Goldtield, 3 yrs, 7st lllb (G Barrett) 0 Mr P Lorillard's eh c Sachem, 4 yrs, 7st 61b ' (S Loates) 0 Duke of Hamilton's eh g Fenolon, 4 yrs, 7»t 51b (Huxtable) 0 Mr L de Rothschild's b c Lucerne, 3 yrs, 7st 6ib (G Fordham) 0 Duke of Westminster's eh c Whipper-in, 4 jrs, 7st4lb .. .. .. (Gallon) 0 Col. de Blatamber^'s b c Gareth, 4 yrs, 7st 41b (W Payne) 0 Lord Roaeberj's b f Fleur d'Orange, 3 yrs, 7st 4ib (F Sharpe) 0 Lord Eilesmere's br c Brayley, 3 yre, 7s 41b ' (Faiors) 0 Captain Mitchell's b h Fugitive, 5 yrs, 7s 41b (J Woodburn) 0 Captain Mitchell's b c Donnycarney, 3 yre, Cat 121b (E Martin) 0 Mr R Jardine'd Whin Blossom, 4 yra, Cst 101b (C Bowman) 0 Mr J Davis' b c Drackensberg, 3 yrs, 6at 9ib (A White) 0 Mr W Gilbert's The Sailor Prince, 3 yrs, 6at 51b (Lashmar) 0 General Owen Williams' b c Nautilus, 3 yrs, 6at (G Wood cum) 0 Prince Soltykoff's b f Aiguilletto, 3 yrs, 6st 121 b (FFarrett) 0 Betting: 5 to 1 agst Elzevir, 6 to 1 agst Goggles, 8 to 1 agst Goldfield, 10 to 1 agst Whipper-in, 11 to i agst Sachem, 12 to 1 agst Fleur d'Orange, 14 to 1 agst Lowland Chief, 16 to 1 agst Aiguilette, 16 to 1 agst Donnycarney, 20 to 1 agst Despair, 20 to 1 Nesscliff, 20 to 60 to 1 agst any other. There was not'much delay at the post, and very few false attempts were made before a good start was effected, and the first two on their legs were Goggles and Elzevir, but they were soon pulled back, and Despair came out with a clear lead of Aiguillette, Goldfield, Gareth, and Donnycarney, the others, on the light, being headed by Lucerne clear of Sachem, while on the left lilzevir and Whip-per-in were separated by - daylight from Goggles. This order was maintained with but little variation until better than a quarter of a mile from home, when Despair was in trouble, but maintained the lead for a little distance further, and came on with Aiguillette in hot pur&uifc, and in turn closely pressed by Donnycarney, Nesscliff, and Nautilus, most prominent of the others being Sachem, Lucerne, and Goggles. Before reaching the Spagnoletti board Elzevir shot to the front, followed by Nesscliff, and the pair soon placed a clear interval between themselves and Despair, Lucerne, Donnycarney, and Sachem. Nesscliff stuck gamely to his work, but the favourite experienced little difficulty in stalling off his | challenge, and ultimately won very easily by a length and a-half ; Despair was a bad third ; Lucerne was fourth, Donnycarney fifth, Sachem sixth, Goggles seventh, Whipper-in j eighth, Goldfield ninth, and next, a long way off, came The Sailor Prince, Drackensburg, and Nautilus, and the last pair were the stable companions, Lowland Chief and Bray'ley. Value*>f the stake, £1300. THK ORANGE CUP, Value 600 soys (p esentcd by his Majesty the King of the Netherlands), added to a sweepstakes oi 2i> soys each \V\ i»ht for age. with penu.it cs and ! allowances. Abjut three miles. Xwciity-six subs. Mr R Peck's b h Barcaldine, by Solon— Ballyroe, 6>M, 9»t7lb .. .. (F Archot) 1 Duke of Beaufort's eh c Fjugh-a-Ballngb, by Lord Uough— Weatherglass, 4 yr.-, ttst.^U t'oidhum) 2 Lord March's bf AUzju, by Now Hollaud— Genovieve, 3 yra, 7st . . . . (Galion) 3 Betting : 7 to 2 on Barcaldine, 4 to 1 agst Faugh-a-Ballagh, and 20 to 1 agst Alizon. Entering the Old Course Alizon was helplessly beaten, and dropped back a long way behind. Fauyh-a Ballagh then came «n in front, but in the straight Barcaldine took close order with him, and though for a few strides it looked like being a race between the pair Faugh-a-Ballagh retired soon afterwards, and left the Irish horse to finish a gallant winner by three lengths. Alizon, beaten off, was placed a bad third. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 5 mm. 33 l-sth sec. THE A'COP Dfe-RBY STAKES, Of 50 sovb each, with 500 added, for three-year-olds • colts Bst 10!b, fillies bst 61b, with penalties and allowances. Swmley course (one mile ami a-half) Mr C J Lefevre's b c Ladislas, by Hampton Lsdv Superior, 8 1 10 b .. .. (U FordhanT) 1 Duke of Hamilton's bcOa ian, by Salvator— Music, Bai3lb .. .. .. (CWood) 2 Sir F Johnstone's eh cSi Blaito, by Hermit Fusee, : tot 61b . . . . . . iF Archer) 3 Prince boltykofl's b c Padlock, by Wenlock— Boot and Saddle, Bst 101b .. .. (fi^ssiter) 0 Betting : sto 4 agst St. Blaise, 2 to 1 agst Padlock, 4 to 1 agst Ossian, and 6 to 1 agsfc Ladislas. When fairly in the line for home Ossian assumed the command, and Ladislas took second place on the outside, St. Blaise following on their heels until Archer callad upon him, when he deliberately " cut it," and would have crept into a mouse- hole had it been possible. Ladislas challenged Ossian at the distance, and a desperate race ensued between the pair, the former getting the best of it in the last few strides, and winning by a head ; a bad third. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 2 mm. 45 sec. Value of the stakes, £1375. THE ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of 10 soys each, with 1000 roys added. Weight for aye, with penalties and allowances. New mile, tMr O Perkins' b c Chislehurst, by Beaucletc - Empress. 3 yrs, 7at 9)b .. .. (C Wood) 1 Lord Bradford's b h Limestone, 5 yrs, Bst 121b (F Archer) 2 Mr R Jardine's br c by Brown Bread— Hygeia, 4 yrs, Bst .. .. .. (G Fordham) 3 Mr P Lorillard's Sachem, 4 yrs, Bst 101b (T Cannon) 0 1 Betting : 6t04 on the Hygeia colt, 4 to 1 j agst Chiblehurt, 6 to 1 agst Limestone, 10 to 1 agst Sachem. I The Hygeia colt made the running with a strong lead of Chislehurst and Limestone, with Sachem bringing up the rear to the foot of the hill, when the leader's advantage was begun to be gradually diminished. At the distance he was in trouble, and Chislehurst, coming to the front, quickly shook off the attentions

of Limestone, and won in a canter by two lengths ; a head between the second and third. Value of tho stakes, £1030.

THE GOLD CUP, Value 1000 soys, given fiom the fund, with 200 hovi f r the si'cond, and 100 for the third, added to a Biibß;iiption of 20 s >va each. Weight for a^e. About two miles and a-half. Mr C J Lefevre's eh h Tristan, by Hermit - Thrift, 5 yrs, 9. t 41b .. .. (G. Fotdham) 1 Lord Faliuouth's br f Dutch Oven, by Dutch Skater— Cantiniere, 4 yw, 84 111b (F. Archer) 2 Lord El'esmere's eh h Wallenstein, by Waverley— Lady Wallenßfcein, IS yra, Out 41b (F Webb) 3 Lord Rostbery's b f Fleur d'Orango, by George Frederick— Couleur de Rose, 3 yrs, 7sli 41b (S. Loates) 0 Betting : 7t04 on Tristan, 4to 1 agst Dutch Oven, 9 to 1 Wallenstein, 100 to 9 Fleur d'Orange. Wallenstein was first away, and was followed by Dutch Oven for a few strides, when the latter was pulled back last, leaving Tristan second, and Fleur d'Orange third. The lot settled down into single tile, and passed the stand in the order above named, and so to the Hotel turn, where the favourite tried to stop, and was passed by Fleur d'Orange. Fordham, however, quickly got his horse at work again, and setting him going in earnest, gave the goby, first to Fleur d'Orange, and then to Wallenstein, and entered the Swinley Bottom with a clear lead. Approaching the brick-kilns Wallenstein drew up to Tristan's quarters, and at the same time the other pair took closer order. In rounding the bend the favourite again increased his advantage, and came into the straight with a clear lead of Wallenstein and Fleur d'Orange. When fairly in the line for home the two last-named were passed by Dutch Oven, but though Lord Falmouth's mare made a game effort from the Spagnoletti board she could not get on terms with Tristan, who came on and won easily by three lengths ; Wallenetein was a bad third. Time, by Bensen's chronograph, 4 mm. 58 l-sth sec—Value of the stakes, £1330. THfcl ST. JAMES 1 PALACE STAKES, Of 100 boys each, witn 300 added, for throe-year-olds ; colts 9st, fillies Bit lllb ; maiden allowMnjes. Old Mile. Lord Falmouth's b or br c Galliard, by Galopin — Mavis, 3 yrs, 9st .. .. (P 1 Archer) 1 Prince JsoltykoflE'a b c Padlock, 3 yrs, fist (Koesiter) 2 Mr J R Keene's b c Potosi, 3 yrs, 83t 71b (car Bst 91b), (T Cannon) 3 Betting : 7 to 1 on Galliard, 8 to 1 agst Potosi, and 20 to 1 agst Padlock. Potosi was attended by Galliard until turning into the straight, when the favourite drew to the front, and always holding Padlock safe, won in canter by a length. Potosi was a bad third. Value of the stakes, £1650. THE ALEXANDRA PL4.TE, Of 1000 soys, added to a sweepstakes of 25 soys each, with penalties and allowances. About three miles. Duke of B.aufort's eh c Faugh a-Ballagh, by Lord Gough— Weatherglass, 4 yrs, fiat .. (F Archer) 1 Lord Jb-llesuiere'd eh h Wallenstein, by Waverley — Lady Wall-.natein, 6 yrs, 9st 121b .. (F Webb) 2 Mr Lefevre's b c Credo, by Henry— Creole, 4 yrs, 98t . . . . (G Kordham) 3 Mr Vyner's eh h Hagioscope, by Speculum— Sophia, 5 j re, 9st 61b .. ('-rifflths) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agsfc Faugh-a-Ballagh, 2to 1 Hagioscope, 6 to 1 Wallenstein, 12 to 1 Credo. Faugh-a-Ballagh made the running at a steady pace, followed by Wallenstein and Hagioscope, with Credo, who had to be driven all the way, bringing up the rear. Entering the Old Course Hagioscope joined Wallenstein, and the pair went on in close attendance upou Faugh-a-Ballagh to the Brick-kilns, where the north-countryman settled down second. Before entering the straight, however, he was beaten, and Wallenstein gradually closing with Faugh-a-Ballagh, the pair raa a splendid race home, the favourite securing a hard-earned verdict by half a length ; Credo was a very bad third, and Hagioscope walked in with the crowd. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 5 mm. 24 3-sth sec. Value of stakes, £1390. THE HAKDWICKE STAKES, Ot 2000 boys, added to a swe-psfcakesof 10 soys each ; we'ght for age, with penalties and allowances. Swinley Courte (one mile and a-half). 12d subs. Mr C J Letevre'a eh h Tristan, by Hermit -Thrift, 6 yrs, 9<tl2ib .. .. .. (Webb) 1 Mr F LoriHaid'rf br h Iroquois, by Leamington — Maggie 88, 5 yrd, 9at 121b . . (T Cannon) 2 Mr R Jardiiie's for c Shrewsbury, by Biown Bread — Vojageuse, 4 yrs, 9»t .. (J Osborne) 3 Lori Falmouth's Dutch Oven, 4 yrs, 9dt 71b (F Archer) 0 Lord Fa'mouth'd Giandmaster, 3 yrs, 7ot 121b (C Wood) 0 Mr R. Jardino's c by Brown Bread -H\geia, 4 \rs, Bst4lb .. „ .. (Bownian) 0 Mr J X Keened Blue Grass, 3 yrs, Sat 61b (Huxtable) 0 Mr C Perkins's Bonaparte, 4 j ra, 9-ifc (S.iowdeu) <; Lord Zetland's Prism, 3 yrs, 7st 7ib . . (Bell) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Tristan ; 6 to 1 Shrewsbury ; 6 to 1 Iroquois ; 11 to 1 Dutch Oven ; 12 to 1 Grandmaster. Dutch Oven was first away, and was followed by Tristan, Grandmaster, and Iroquois for a short distance, when Grandmaster took' up the running, Tristan going on second unfcil half way down the hill, when the Hygeia colt rushed to the front, Grandmaster going on second, Blue Grass third, and Shrewsbury fourth, with Bonaparte, Iroquois, and Dutch Oven now the whippers-in. As they entered the old course the Hygeia colt increased his lead to half a dozen lengths, and went on, followed by Blue Grass, Grandmaster, and Prism, with Shrewsbury and Tristan close up, and Dutch Oven still last. At the Brickkilns the favourite pulled his way into second place, and took up the running at the commencement of the bend. Into the straight he was followed by Shrewsbury, Grandmaster, and Prism, Iroquois pulling double in their heels until a quarter of a mile from home, when Shrewsbury took second place, and Iroquois drew up third. At the Spagnoletti board the Yankee passed Shrewsbury, but though he challenged resolutely he could not reach Tristan, who came on and won easily by a length and a half. Shrewsbury was a bad third. Dutch Oven was fourth, a long way clear of Grandmaster, Blue Grass, Prism, and Bonaparte in a cluster, and the Hygeia colt was fast. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 2 mm. 37 2-5 sec. Value of the stakes, £2762.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1653, 28 July 1883

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