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NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER.

September 25, 26, 27.THE GREAT FIFTH FOAL STAKES, Of 15 BOVB each, with 750 bovb added, for three-year-olds ; colts Bst 121b, fillies Sst 91b ; the second to - receive 300 soys, the third 200, and the breeder of the winner 100 soys out of the stakes ; penaltien and maiden allowances. A.F. (1 mile 2 furlongs 73 yards.) 129 subs. Duke of Hamilton's b c Ossian, by Salvator— Music, •9st6lb .. .. .. (J Watts) 1 Sir G Chetwynd's .br c Goldfleld, by Springfield— Crucible, &st 121b .. .. (C Wood) 2 Mr Adrian's b c The Prince, by Balfe— Lady Sophie, Bstl2lb „ .. .. (T Cannon) 8 Mr L de Rothschild's Hamako, Bat 71 d (G Fordham) 1 Lord Falmouth'B Britomartie, Bs(i 91b (F Archer) 0 Mr R Pdck'o Noisette, Bst 41b . . (F Sharpe) O Lord R'sebery's Bonny Jean, Bst 91b (Morgan) . 0 Mr J Davis' Drackms,berff, Bst 121b .. (F Webb) 0 Duke of Hamilton's Export, Sst 121b (S Loates) 0 Betting: Evens on Goldfield, 7 to agst Ossian, 7 to 1 The Prinoe, 100 to 8 Britomartis, 100 to 8 Hamako, After one false attempt Export jumped off in front, and quickly showed with a clear lead of Ossian, in close pursuit of whom followed . Dracken&berg, The Prince, and iSritomartie, with Goldfield in their heels, and on the left Bonny Jean was well up and clear of Hamako. Across the flat Export was leading half a dozen lengths from Ossian and Goldfield, close up with the latter of whom were The Prince and Drackensberg. At the T.Y.C. winning post Export was done with, and Ossian took up the running, followed by Goldfield and The Prince, with Drackensberg and Hamako text. The favourite took close order with Ossian soon afterwards, but lost his place again in descending the hill, and though he was making up some ground again in the asoent out of the Abingdon Bottom he could not again reach Oasian, who won all out by a length. Four lengths from Goldfield The Prince was third, some half a dozen lengths clear of Hamako, who in turn finished a long way in front of Drackensberg, fifth ; Bonny Jean was sixth, Britomartis seventh, and Noisette last, tailed off. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 2 rain. 20 sec. Value of the stakes, £2077. THE GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY HANDICAP, Sweepstakes of 15 soya each, with 200 added. Bretby Stakes course (six furlongs) Mr Cumberland's b m Amy Melvilla, by Albert Victor-Tyro, 5 yrs, 6st (GWoodburn.. 1 Lord Rosebery's chf Narcissa, by Speculum— Gardenia. 3 vm, 6st 4lb .. .. (F Barrett) 2 Mr T Jennings' br f Executrix, by Barbillon — Execution, 3 jr.-., sst lilb .. (G Wilcock) 8 Sir G. Chetwynd's Hornpipe, 6 yrs, 935 (CWood) 0 Mr L de Rothschild's Lucerne, 3 yrs, Sst 21b ' ' „ (U Fordham) 0 Mr J Hammond's Pclaris, 3 yrs, 7st 71b (S Loates) 0 Gen. Owen Williams' Dean Swift, 4 yrs, sst 121b (fi Martin) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Lucerne, 9to 2 Hornpipe, 9 to 2 Dean Swift, 7 to 1 Amy Melville, 8 to 1 Narcissa, 10 to! 1 Polaris, 10 to 1 Executrix. Narcissa, on the right, cut out the work from Dean Swift on the left, and Polaris, Lucerne, and Amy Melville in the centre, and bo they ran until half-way down Bushes Hill, when Lucerne was beaten, and Amy Melville, taking second place in the dip, headed Narcissa a hundred yards from home, and won easily by three lengths ; a bad third ; Lucerne was fourth, Hornpipe and Polaris next, and Dean Swift was laßt. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm. 14 2-sth sec. THE ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of 15 soys each, with 450 added (350 to the winner, and 100 to the breeder of the winner), for two* year-old* ; colts Bst 101b, fillies Bst 71b ; winners extra. Rous course (5 furlongs). 72 subs. Lord Falmouth's b f Bus>body, by Petrarch Spinaway, Bst 71b (carrit d B*c 81b) . . (F Archer) 1 Lord Hastings' bl c Kuight Errant, by Knight of the Garter— Taree Pearls, Bst 101b (earned Sit 111b) .. .. .. (J Watts) 2 Lord Bradford's Whitelock, by Wenlock— -White Heather, Bat 121b .. .. (CWood) S Duke of Beaufort's Lord Strathnairn, Bst 101b (Lemaire) 0 Mr J H Eouldsworth's Spring Morn, Bst 121b (T Canndn) 0 Mr T Jennings' Legacy, Bst 121b . . (J Goater) 0 Count Mokronoski'a Haven, Bat 71b (carried Bst Sib) * - (JOaborne) 0 Betting : Evens on Busybody, 7to 2 agst Spring Morn, 9 to 2 Whitelock, and 100 to 7 each Lord Strathearn and Knight Errant. Knight Errant, in the centre, soon drew out with a clear lead of Whitelock, Busybody, and Spring Morn on the left, and so they ran into the dip, where Whitelock and Spring Morn Errant, got on terms with him half-way up the hill, and won very cleverly by a length; a head only divided the second and third. Spring Morn was fourth, a long way in front of Legacy and Lord Strathnairn, and Haven was last. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm. 5. 3- sth sec.

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NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER., Otago Witness, Issue 1669, 17 November 1883

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