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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET JULY MEETING. Joly 2, 3. THE JULY SfAKES, Of 50 sovb each, for twb-year-oWs — colts, 9st ; fillies, * Sit 111b. Tho second received 10i> soys, and third 1 taveo. btako, How T. VT O. 66 subs. Lord Alingtou's br c Luminary, by Boauclerc— S:oUa,9ap .. .. .. (F.Webb) 1 Loril Hanting-.' b c Melton, by Master Kildare— Violet Mcl rose, 93t .. .. (F. Archer) 2 Mr T. Jennings' eh c Preaent Times, by Phosnix— Olden Xiu.eß, Odt .. .. (T.Gannon) 3 Mr li. Carmgfcon'j b c Poterßbatn, by Galopin— Peace, 93t .. .. .. (J. Watts) O llr J H. Houldaworth'e b f Goldon Light, by Springfield— Sunshine, Sit lllb .. (Lcmaire) 0 Duke of Weatuiinoter's b c Ounatollb, by i>oncaster —Mary White, Ojti . . • . . (C. Wood) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agat Melton, 2to 1 agst Luminary, 7 to 1 agst Petarsham, 10 to 1 agst Present Times, 10 to 1 agst Donatello, 100 to 6 agst Golden Light. " Luminary, on the right, cut out the work at a strong pace from Golden Light and Petersham in tho centre, with Preaent Times at the heels of the last-named, and Melton wide on the left. The other runner, Donatello, soon - turned it up, and had been rolling all ov.er the course before Golden Light and Petersham hung out signals of distress on the top of the hill. At this point Melton and Present Times took close . order with Luminary, and wera apparently galloping over him until a couple of hundred yards from home, when he got rid of Present Times. In the meanwhile Melton was to all appearances comfortably holding the "stranger" into the dip, where the fighting began in earnest, and with Luminary gamely ansv/ering to the final call, after they had almost touched, he won cleverly at last by a head ; a bad third. Donatello was fourth, and Petersham last. Time, 1 mm. 13 l-sth sec. Value of the stakes to the winner, £1600. ' ARAB RACE, A 6wcep3takes of 25 toys each, with SOO^added— 200 b> tho Jockey Olub. and 100 by W. S. Blunt,' Esq. — !or Arabian horjea ; weight tor age. Two milea. 15 subH. Admiral G Tyron's b c A=,il, t>y an Abeyan Sherak horue Belkis, 3 yrs, 7at 10!b .. (G. Birrett) 1 Mr Abdul Kahman Minnie's b h Dictator, aged. Oat 31b .. .. * .. .(0. Wood) 2 Wr W S. Blunts br h K&taplan, ogtd, 93t9 3 t 81b (Goater) 3 Mr W. S Blunts Balfi, \i jtb, 7st 101b (S. Loates) 0 Air A. Bou.-ke'B Ki«g Soiomou, 3 yr<t, 7st 101b (Martin) 0 Mr Uivadwcod'a Kisaefc, n^ed, 9st 31b (Webb) 0 Major Meytey-ThGuipaon'i) Hudramant, & yrs, flat (Cannon) 0 Mr Stephen's Purple Emperor, 5 yrs, Oat 31b (A. Nightingale) 0 Betting : 11 to 4 agst Dictator, 9 to 2 agst Kismet, 9 to 2 agst AeiJ, 6 to. 1 each agst Haifa and Purple Emperor, and 10 to 1 agst any other. Rataplan cut out the work from Dictator, King Solomon, and' Hadramant, with Kismet and Asii leading the others, of whom Purple Emperor acted as whipper-in. This order was maintained at a steady pace for a mile and a half, when Dictator joined Rataplan, and immediately deprived him . of the command, whereupon Rataplan fell back to the' company of Hadramant. 3Trom the corner of the plantation Asil and Dictator came away by themselves, and although the three-year-old swerved slightly in climbing the hill, he forged well ahead, and won by four lengths ; a bad third. THE CHESTERFIELD SrAKES, . • 01 30 soys* each, for two-year-olds— colts, Bst 191b ; Allies, Sst 71b ; winners extra. • The second received 100 soys, and the third taved stake. Last five furlongs of BM. 61 sub?. Mr Mackcoz e'e b c Tho Child of the Mist, by Blair Athol— Ma Bolle, B<t 101b .. (J. Watts) 1 Duke of Portland's b c Langwell, by Springfield — Furioaa . . . . . . (F. Archer) 2 Mr J. H. Houldsworlh's b c Golden Ray, by Springfield— Suniray, Sst 10.b . . . . (Lemaire) 3 Lord Aliugton's b or br f Match Giri, by Plebeian — Fuaee, 88t 71b ' . . . . - (P. Cannon) 0 M Letevre's eh c Presont Times, by Pncouix— Oldcu Tiraoi,, Bi6 lOIb [cairiedfist llib] .. (t 1 . Webb) 0 Mr Kruckenberg's b f leme, by Heiinit — Shannon, Bst7ib' .. .. .. (C. Wood) 0 Betting : sto 4 on Match Girl, sto 1 agßt Child of the Mist, 6 to 1 agst Langwell, 100 to 15 agßt Present Times, 100 to 6 agst Golden Ray, 100 to 6 agst lerne. Present Times, on the right, made the running, and was followed by Child of the Mist in the centre, and Match Girl on the left, with Golden Ray heading .the others, who were whipped in by Langwell. The favourite, who had- shown symptoms of lameness, en route to the post, was one of the first in trouble, and Present Timos having retained his command to the foot of the hill,, he was then passed by Child of the Mist and Langwell, who finished in the order their names ars written, Mr Mackenzie's colt scoring • thw verdict by half a length ; a bad third. lerne was fourth, Match Girl fifth, and- Present Times last. Time, 1 mm. 10 see. Value of the stakes to Che winner, £1120.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1709, 23 August 1884

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