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RACING IN ENGLAND.

GOODWOOD. July 31, August 1, 2, S. THE GOODWOOD STAKES HANDICAP, Of 25 boys each, with 300 added. Two miles and » half. Sir F Johnstone's b m Corrie Roy, by Galopin~ Corrie, 6 yre 9st .. .. \C Wood) 1 Lord Ellesmere'B br f Lizzie, by John Davis -- Vocalist, 8 yte, 6at 21b . . (J Woodburn) 2 Mr T. Cannon's b h The Dethroued, by Kingcraft~ Scotch Hustle, 6 yrs. 7st 51b . . (8 Loa'es) 8 Lord Elle'inere'H Wallen-tein, 6 yrs, 9<t (F Webb) 0 Mr C J Lefevre's Credo, 4 yrs, 7at lllb (Huxtable) 0 Mr T F Walton'a Mr Pickwick, 6 yre, 6st 121b (Gallon) 0 Lord Calthorpe's Venusta. 4 yrs, 6st JOlb (B Martin) 0 Mr 0 Brewer's Duke of Albany, 3 jrs, 6^ 61b (Ballantine) 0 Mr F Robinson's Alizon, 3 yrs. 6at 121b (Wallj 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst Corrie Roy, 100 to 30 The Dethroned, 9 to 2 Lizzie, 100 to 8 Wallenstein, 100 to 6 Venudta, 20 to 1 Mr Pickwick, 20 to 1 Duke of Albany, 20 to 1 Alizon, 25 to 1 Credo. At the first attempt the lot were despatched on gpod terms, Credo, with Wallenstein and Cotrie Roy, being quickest; on their legß and

holding the leading positions to the Stand, when the heavy weights were steadied, and Credo resigned the command to Mr Pickwick, who quickly assumed a clear head, Venusta aud Alizon going on third and fourth, in front of Lizzio and The Dethroned, while Duke of Albany brought up the rear with Wallenstein. As they turned out of the straight Duke of Albany went to the front, and was attended round the loop by Mr Pickwick, the pair being clear of Credo and The Dethroned, who were in turn separated by a pap of daylight from Alizon and Lizzie, while, at the same time, Corrie Roy dropped back last. At the Craven starting post Duke of Albany was still clear of Lizzie, Mr Pickwick, and The Dethroned, to whom succeeded Wallenstein, while Alteon now became the whipper-in of the party. As they went round the clump and disappeared from sight Lizzie took up the running, but when they came into view again The Dethroned showed with a slight lead of Credo and Duke of Albany, and the three came on clear of Lizzie, Mr Pickwick following fifth to the top of the hill, where The Dethroned increased his advantage to three lengths, and entered the straight followed by Duke of Albany and Lizzie. In this order they came down the hill, and, in fact, no appreciable change occurred until about a quarter of a mile from home, when The Dethroned was done with, and was joined by Corrie Roy, Wallenstein, and Lizzie, Directly afterwards The Dethroned was beaten, and, with Wallenstein also in trouble, Corrie Roy was left with a clear lead, and drawing away by herself, she won in the commonest of canters by four lengths ; a similar distance separated the second and third ; then, some 200 yards away, came Venusta at the head of the others, pulling up ; Alizon and Mr Pickwick were fifth and sixth, and Credo walked in last. THE RICHMOND STAKES, Of f 5 sow each, with 500 fvided, for two-year-o'ds ; colts Sat 101b, fillies Bst 7Jb ; wim.ors extra. T.Y.C. (bix furlong) -76 Bubß. Duke of Westmiiißtoi'B b c Bushey, by Hampton - Pioferoice, Sst IOId .. .. (F Webb) 1 Mr O J l.cfevre'd br o Brest, by Ethus— Baroness, Bst 101b . . . . . . (C Loates.) 2 Bar*>n de Rothschild's b o Sorgo 11, by iioiard— Seruna, Bit iolb .. (j Osborno) 8 Sir J Whloughby'a eh I by Hermit— Adelaide, Bst , 131b .. .. .. (T Cannon) 0 Lord Bradford's b c by Galopin— Manoeuvre. Bst 10lb .. .. .. .. (C Wood) 0 Mr Craven's oh f Ligrht Hoart, Bst 101b (Worrell) 0 Lord Cadogan'd b f Traviata, Bst 71b (G Barrett) 0 Mr X O Godfrey's eh f OaJtha, 83t 71b (J Qoater) 0 Lord Frthnouth's eh o Harvester, Bafc 101b (F Archer) 0 Duke of Hamilton's b c Loch Ranzi, Bst 101b (J Watte) 0 Mr W R Marshall's eh c Don, B=t 101b (Huxtable) 0 Mr J H Houldsworlh's br f Spring Morn, Oat 31b (Giles) 0 Betting : Evens on Bushey, 100 to 30 agst Harvester, 100 to 12 Adelaide filly, 16 to 1 Serge 11, and 20 to 1 any other. Entering the rails Bushey pulled his way to the front, and without for a moment being pressed, he drew away and won in the commonest of canters by three-quarters of a length ; half a length separated the second and third ; Loch Ranza was fourth, Spring Morn fifth, the Adelaide filly sixth, and th« Manoeuvre colt was last, Time by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm. 24 3-sfcn sec. Value of the atakeß, £1412. ' THE SUSSEX STAKES, Of 25 soys each, with 600 sove added, for thrce-\ earolda; colts Bst 101b, fillies Bst 7ib ; winners extra. 2>ewmile. 76 Buba. Duke of Hamilton'a b c Oitiau, by Salvator- -Music, Bst 51b . . . . . . (o Wood) 1 Mr W J Legh'a chc Ston crop, Bsfc 101b (P Wobb) 2 Mr T JennitiKß' br c Auctioneer, 8->tlolb (J Uoater) 3 Mr C Brewer's Duke of Albany, Bat 101b (Rossiter) 0 L ird Rosebery's Fleur d'Orange, Bst 71 •, carried B*tßlt> .. .. (T Gannon) 0 Lord Falmouth's Britomartis, 88t 101b (F Archer) 0 Mr T X Waiker's Tyudrum, Sat 131b . . (J Watts) 0 Betting : 6to 4 agst Ossian, sto 1 Fle\ir d'Orange, 6 to 1 Stonecrop, 7 to 1 Tyndrum, and 10 to 1 each Duke of Albany and Auctioneer. From the distance Ossian held the issue at his mercy, and coming clear away, he ultimately romped home a winner by four lengths ; Auctioneer was a bad third : Tyndrum was fourth, Duke of Albany fifth, and I'leur d'Orange was last. "Value of the stakes, £1337. • THE STEWARDS' CUP, Value 300 aova, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 10 soys each. T.Y.C. (6 furlongs) 60 sub*. Sir G Chetwyud's bh Hornpipe, by Suffolk. .Galop, Gyre, &tt 9lb .. .. .. (0 Wood) 1 Lord Alington'3 br f Qeheimniss, by Roeicruciau, 4yrs, Ddt6lb .. .. ..(r Ar her) 2 Lord Cttdogan's brc Goldfleld, by Springneld, S \m 8"* •• .. .. (GB rrett) 8 Mr G E Pagel's bg Laceman, aged, Bst 111b (FWebb) 0 Mr R C Noylor's b c Fulmen, 3 j is, Bot 6lb (FSbarpe) 0 Col Lo Gendrc Starkie's eh h Sulphur, 6 j w, Sat. 3 b (Giles) 0 Duke of Hamilton's eh c Vibration, 4 yrs, Bat lib (Rossiter) 0 Sir F Johnstone's eh c Energy, 3 yrs, 8 3 fc lib (Huxtable) 0 Mr L de Rothschild's b c Lucerne, 8 yre, Sat (CLoatea) 0 Prince Soltykoff'a b c Padlock, 3 yrs, 7st 81b' (Ballantine) 0 Mr R Jardme r s b o Acrostic, 3 j-vb, 7st 81b (Bowman) 0 Mr J B Leigh's b t Rookery, 3 yrs, 7tt 71b r j, „ ( E Martin) 0 Lord LUesmere's br c Brajley, 8 yre, 7st 61b (Luke) 0 Duke of Portland's b or br in Ata'antu, 5 \ ra, 7ii al-> (J Woodb in ) 0 Count de Lagrange'sch f Malibran, 3 yru, 7sf. lib • ' (Eilioit) 0 Mr T Cannon's eh f Reine Blanche, 8 yra, Qtt 12.b „ _ _ , , (S Loates) 0 Mr J Davib' b c Drackensbevg, 3 yrs, 6st 101b (A White) 0 Mr O Young's bor br £ Be le Luretto, 4 yrs, 6s,t Bib (F Barrett) 0 Betting : 3to 1 agst Energy, 4to 1 Vibration, 9 to 1 Atalanta, 10 to 1 Rookery, 11 to 1 Hornpipe, 100 to 8 Geheimniss, 100 to 7 Fulmen, 100 to 6 Laceman, 100 to 6 Goldfield, 100 / to 6 Lucerne. There was a considerable delay at the post before the flag fell, and a good start was effected. The first to show in advance were Lucerne and Hornpipe on the right, and these maintained their advantage for about a hundred yards, when they were both pulled back, and Vibration, who held a position on their own side, went to the front, Sulphur and Acrostic coming on at the head of the centre division to the brow of the hill. Ab they commenced the descent, however, Lucerne resumed the command, and down the hill was closely attended by Vibration, Goldfield, and Energy, Hornpipe and Geheimniss following on their heels, and to make a long story short the issue was always confined to the above mentioned. Lucerne continued in command until reaching the distance, when Vibration and Energy disappeared and Goldfield closed with Lucerne, while at the same time Geheimniss, who had been momentarily disappointed, came round and took a prominent position on the left, Hornpipe at the same time continuing in hot pursuit of .Goldfield and Lucerne on the raih. In the next few strides Geheimnißß headed Goldfield, and looked all over a gallant winner until Hornpipe, who had been, comparatively speaking, hidden by the other two, came with a rattle in the final fifty yards, and getting on terms with th.c top weight in the laet

few strides, won an exciting race by a head. Four lengths separated the second and third. Lucerne was foith, Energy fifth, and Vibration sixth, Belle Lurette seventh, and the last lot comprised Atalanta, Drackensberg, Rookery, and Reine Blanche. Time by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm 20 sec. THE LKVANT STAKES, Of 50 sovi each, with 200 adiled, for two year oMb; colts Bit 101b, fillies Bat 6lb ; winners extra, -i'ive furlonga. Mr O J Lefovre'tj br f Wild Thyino, by Lowlauder - Frat* ance, Bst 121b . . . . (G Fordham) 1 Lord Cadoiran'a b c Poarl-Powder, Bit 10lb (C Wood) 2 Duke cf Hamilton's b or br t Milkmaid, Bs6 61b (Huxtablo) 3 Mr R Carrlugtou'B Tourist, Bat 101b \$ Arehor) 0 Betting : 100 to 30 on Wild Thyme, 6to 1 agst Pearl- Powder, and 100 to 8 any other. Pearl- Powder showed with a slight lead of Tourist and Milkmaid on his left, with Wild Thymo bringing up the rear on the right, and in this order they ran to the distance, where the favourite came to the front and won, without an effort, by a length ; Milkmaid was a bad third. THK DRAWIXG-ROOH STAKES, Ot 25 Bov-i each, with 200 aova added, fur three-year olds ; colts Bat 101b, fillies Bsn bib ; winners extra. Craven Coutse (oi.o mile and a quarter). Duke ot Hamilton'a b c Oaalan, by Salvator Muric, 9stllb .. .. .. (J Watts) 1 Mr J Gretton's br c Kenley, Bst 101b (*' Archer) 2 Mr Bowe-i' b c Sweet Aui.um, Bst 01b (Q tfordham) 3 Mr C A ex&nifer's Wihi Arab, 8-»t 101b (Uuxtable) 0 Air R Jardine's Springbok, Bst 101b (J Osborno) 0 Betting: 6to 4 agst Ossian, >2 to 1 Henley, 8 to 1 each Sweet Auburn and Wild Arab, and 11 to 1 Springbok. Osbian cut out the work, followed by Springbok and Wild Arab, with Henley bringing up the rear, until entering the rails, when the last-named took second place, but could not get on terms with the favourite, who won in a canter by four lengths ; a head only separated the second and third ; Wild Arab was last. THE ROUS MESIOKIAL -T*KES, Of 20 soys each, with 600 added, for two year olds ; colts Bst 101b, fillies Bar, 71b ; breeding allowances aud v inners extra ; T.Y.O. (6 furlongs). 88 suba. Mr R foek'u b t Suporba, by Sterling- Hiphlan I Fling, 9dt 31b .. .. (UWood) 1 Mr L de Rothschild's b f Damietta, Bst 41b (Q Fordham) • 2 Duke of Hamilton's b 1 Poetry, Bat 41b (S Loates) 3 Lord Calthorpe's Avignon, B^t 131r> (E Martin) 0 Lord Ellesmore'-t Somerton S^t 71b (F Webb* 0 Lord Palmoufch's Harvester, Bst 19lb (F Archer) 0 Lord Falmouth's Olive Branch, 8s& 41b (O Loates) 0 Mr T Jennings' Lsgaev, B*t 131b (J Goater) 0 Betting : 6 to 4on Superba, 7to 1 agst Poetry, 9 to 1 Harvester, 12 to 1 Legacy, 14 to 1 Damietta, and 20 to 1 Olive Branch. Below the distance Damietta and Superba came out by themselves, the favourite running the longer, and winning very easily by threeEarts of a length ; Poetry was a bad third, omerton fourth, Legacy fifth, Lord Falmouth's pair next, and Avignon last. THE GOODWOOD CUP, Value 300 aova, added to a bubscrii.uon of 20 s&vs each, for tbree-year-oldaand upwards ; weight for uge and allowances, lwo nule* and a-hal( Mr J Johnstone'a eh c Border Minstrel, by Tynodale—Glee, 3 jrs, 7at 51b .. (G. Fordham) 1 Sir F JohnHtone'a b m Corrie Roy, by Galopin Corrio, 5 yra, 9-t 41b . . '. . (C Woo I) 2 Lord F&lmouth's br f Dut-jh Oven, hy • ulch Skater— Cantiniwe, 4 j rs, 9at (E Archer) S Loid Ellebmere'B uh h WUlenatein, by Wavei-ley— ,(.ivdy Wallenutein, 6 yrs, 9-t .. (F Webb) 0 Mr T F Walton's eh vi Uirofle, by Learn tnf> ton— Ratan, 6 yrH, Bit 41b .. .. (C L'jates) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Border Minstrel, 6 to 4;Corrie Roy, 100 to 15 Dutch Oven, 20 to 1 any other. There was one false start before the flag fell, and Wallenstein made the running with Corrie Roy to the stand, where they were pulled back, and Grirofle" went out with a clear head, which she increased to half a score lengths before leaving the Btraight, being followed round the loop by Wallenstein and Border Minstrel, with Corrie Roy next, and Dutch Oven last. Except that Girofle^ slightly increased her lead, and that the others took soirewhat closer order, no further change occurred until they reappeared in sight from behind the hill, when the Yankee mare began to come back a little, and Wallenstein was joined by Border Minstrel and Corrie Roy, with Dutch Oven still bringing up the rear, about three clear lengths behind them. In the straight Girofle" began to tire, and before reaching the rails resigned the lead, Wallenstein taking up the running, closely followed by Corrie Roy and Border Minstrel, with Dutch Oven next on the outside. Wallenstein was beaten a quarter of a mile from home, when Corrie Roy assumed the command. At the distance she was joined by Border Minstrel and Dutch Oven, and so far as concerned the two mares it was a good race, but not with Border Minstrel, who shot out the moment he was called upon, and won in a canter by two lengths ; three- parts of a length separated the second and third. Wallenstein was a bad fourth, and Girofld was last, a long way off. Time by Benson's chronograph, 5 mm 8 sec.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1662, 29 September 1883

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