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RACING IN ENGLAND.

SANDOWN PARK. April 25. WALTOW TWO.YKAR-OLD PLATE, Of 1000 povp, 5 iurlo»g«. Lord Downe'a b c by Kißbar— North, Wind, 9st , (Gj, Barrett) 1 Mr H, Chaplin's Burgundy, Bst Hlb (en-, Bst 121W (Watts) 2 Sif G. Ohetwynd's Stratheden, 9st . (O. Vvood) 3 Mr L. O Hendry's EaStora Prince, 93t (Donohue) 0 Mr J. Q. Muir's b 0 by Altyre- Queen Bee, flsc (WalnwtiEjut) 0 Mr W. G. Stevons'a be by Albert Victor or Chevron — Lidy nighthorn, 9st .. ..(S. Loates) 0 Mr J. Dawson's Rosebud, Bst 111b .. (Archer) 0 Mr J. Oover's Hayletto, B*t Wb '. . (Koden) 0 Mr Fletcher's Dowdrop, Bat 111b ..(0. Loates) 0 Mr J. Wannincton's Aldyth, Bstlllb .. (Worrell) 0 Mr J. Nightingall's Evquisite, Sst 111b Mr'G. E. Paget's Speciosa, Bsfi 111b * ' ..' S * (Gifos) 0 Betting : s'to 2 agst Strathend, 10 to 3 agst Burgundy. 5 to 1 agst Rosebud, 7 to 1 each agst Dewdrop and Queen Bee colt, and 10 to 1 agst the North Wind colt. The North- Wind and Queen Bee colts jumped off with a slight advantngo of Exquisite, Strathend, and Eastern Priuoe, the others following in a cluster, being headed by Burgundy and tho Lady Highthorn colt. After running a quarter of a mile the Queen Bee colt gave way, and Burgundy joined the North Wipd Qolt, th,q pair drawing clear away from their oppononts, At> the entrapta Burgundy

appeared to have the best of the race, but she tired, whereas tho North Wind colt ran right home, and won cleverly by a length ; a bad third ; then came Rosebud, Exquisite, and the Ijady Highthorn colt all together, with Aldyth and Queen Bes colt bringing up the roar.

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Otago Witness, Otago Witness, Issue 1700, 21 June 1884

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1700, 21 June 1884

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