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GOODWOOD. July 29, 30, 31 ; August 1

THE GOODWOOD STAKES (Hahbicap), Of 2fi boys each, with 300 added ; winnors extra ; the second received 100 soya out of the (stakoß. Two miles and a-half Mr A. SUub's Stockholm, by Cadet— Stockhausen, i yre, 6*t 8 b . . . . (Tomliason) 1 Mr J. Hammond's Florence, 4 yrs, o*t (Archer) 2 Duke ot Hamilton's Loch ttanza, 8 yrs, Ost 121b (Luke) 8 Mr H. Prorich's B'ockea, 5 yis, Bst lib (Morgan) 0 Lord Elloernerc's Lizzie, 4 yrs, 7st 71b (S Loates) 0 Loid Roßebery's Narcusa, 4 yrs, 7flt 61b . (J. Woodburn 0 Mr Merry's Havock, 0 yrs, 7at 4!b . . (O. Wood 0 Mr Victor's Donald, 6 yra, 7st 81b . . (Rawlinson o Mr Legh's John Jones, 4 yrs, <34t 101b (F. Barrett 0 Lord Kllet-mere'a Prince Jtiudolph, 3 ytß, eat 81b Sir G. Ohetwynd's Spectrum, 3 yrs, Bat , , ,(G. Woodburn) 0 Betting : 11 to 4 agst Florence, 6 to 1 eaoh agst Donald and John Jones, 100 to 12 agst Loch Ranza, 10 to 1 agsfi Narcissa, 100 to -8 agßt Spectrum, 100 to 7 agst Havock, 100 to 6 agst Stockholm, and 20 to 1 each agst Brocken and Lizzie. A slight break away preceded an excellent start, and on .settling down Havock, who had jumped off in front of Lizzie, Donald, and Prince Rudolph, was steadied, and Donald drew to the fore, being followed past the stand by Prince Rudolpb, Lizzie, and Narcissa, this being the order round the turn out of the straight, after passing which Stockholm; John Jones, Spectrum, and Lizzie became the attendants on the leading pair, with Havock, Brocken, and Florence in the rear. When half the journey had been covered Stockholm ran into second place, and Prince Rudelph waa rapidly passed by Lizzie, Spectrum, and John Jones. Passing the mile-post the attendants on the leader were Stockholm, Spectrum, Loch Ranza, John Jones, with Florence gradually drawing towards the front rank. At tho last turn Stockholm headed Donald, who soon after gave way to Loch Ranza and Florence aIBO, but neither ef this pair oould get near Stookholnvsvho won by six lengths ; a like distanoe between second and third. Lizzie waa fourth, Donald fifth, Havock sixth, and John Jones next ; the others, pulling up, being whipped in by Prince Rudolph. Time, 4 mm. 53 3-5 seo. GRATWIOKE STAKES, Of 100 soys each, for threo-year-olds— colts 9at, fillies Bat 91b, with breeding allowances : the second received 200 sovb out of the stakes. One mite and a-half. Sir J. Willoußhby's Harvester, by Sterling -Wheatear, 93t «. .. .. (Archer) 1 Lord LascellcB 1 Clochette, Bst 61b . . (O: Wood) 2 Duke of Hamilton's- Poetry, Bat 61b .. (J. Osborne) 3 Prince Soltykoff's Diadeste, Bst 111b (Roeaiter) 0 Betting : 3tol on Harvester, 6to 1 agat Clochette, and, 10 to agst others. 1 Harvester led throughout, and won easily by 10 lengths ; a bad third. , THE SUSSEX STAKES, Of 25 Boys each, with 600 added, for three-year-olda— colts B*t 101b, fillies Bat 71b ; maiden allowances ; the second received 200 boys, and the third 100 out of the stakes. New mile. • 74 subs. M. Lofevre's Hermitage, by Hermitage— Doll Tearsheet. Bst 101b [carried Bat 111b] . . (F. Webb) 1 Duke of Woatminbter's Sandiway, Bst 12ib (Archer) 2 Mr Houldnworth'a Royal Fern, B*t 181b (Lomaiie) 8 Duke of Hamilton's Poetry , v ßst 71b.. (Rorsiter) 0 Lord Roscbory'B Gumbo, Bst slb .. (Morgan) 0 Betting : 6to 5 on Sandiaway, 2to 1 agst Hermitage, 8 to 1 agst Royal Fern, and 50 to 1 agßt Poetry,

Hermitage made the ranging, followed by Gumbo, for half the journey, when the favourite took second place, but failed to reach Hermitage, who won easily by a length and a half ; a bad third. Poetry was last. ' • " THE STEWARDS' OUT, ' . Talus SOO BOV9, added to a handicap sirespatakea Of 10 soya each. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Mr Gerard's Sweetbread, by Brown Bread— Pcffar, Syis.OsbSlb .. .. (T. Cannon) 1 Duke of Westminster's Duke of Richatond, S yra, BstlOlb .. .. •*. (Archer) 3 Duko of Beaufort's Ishah, S rrs, flit Ilk (Wail) 8 Lord EUesmero'd Lowland Chief, 0 yr», 94t 41b ' (Vfebb) 0 Mr Arden's Olon Albyn, 0 yr?, 9st lib (O. Loatea) c Mr Barclay'H Bendigo, 4 yrs, Sat 61b (J. Oaborne) 0 S r J. Willoughby'u Quean Adelaide, S yrs, Bat 41b (O. Wood) 0 Duke of Hamilton's Beatrice, 6 yra, Sit 21b (Bonltetl » Lord Allngton's Reprieve, X yrs, 7et 18lb (Morgan^ 0 Mr Craven's Rosie, fl yrs, 7st Hlb . . (tforrell) 0 Count L. Krasinki'a Perkun', 4 yra, Tat 111b (War tin) c Mr Jardino's Acrostic, i yra, 7»t Sib (O- Bowm»B) 6 Lord Oadogau's Mate, 5 yra, 7at .. (A.. White) • Mr Honty 'a Grasshopper, 4 yra, 7st.. . £3alt9r) 0 Lord Rosebery's Modred, 4 yrg, Sat 121b (J. Vroodbnin) 0 Lord Bradford's Whitelock, 3 yrs, <ht 121b (Totnlioaon) 0 Mr Terry's Eunice, 5 yrs, Oat 81b . . (Bolding) 6 Mr Long's Condor, 8 yr«, ost 81b . . (L,iaimor«) 0 Mr Leah's .Cimpanils, 8 yrs, fat 81b ■ 't < : (O. VToodburn) 0 Mr Manton's Fanl, I yrs, 6ii 81b [carried fist 91b] (Gallon) 0 Mr O. Hibbert'a St. Vincent, 4 yra, 6*t 71b (Johnson) 0 Mr Eastern's Westgate, • yra, 6st Bib (F. Birrett) 0 Mr Hanbury's Limcgi, t yra, 6gt lib (Tom)iHSoo) 0 Betting : 6 to 1 agst Queen Adelaide, 7to 1 agst Lowland Chief, 8 to 1 agst Sweetbread. 100 to 12 agst Westgate, 10 to 1 agst Duke of Richmond, 100 to 9 agst Whitelook, 100 to 6 agst Beatrice, 20 to, 1 each agst Reprieve, Modred. and St. Vincent ; S3 to 1 eaoh agst Roaie, Ferkvm, Limosa, and Ishah ; 40 to 1 each agst Condor and Mate ; SO to 1 eaoh agst Eunice, Acrostic, and Bendigo ; and 100 to 1 agst Glen Albyn. Directly the signal was given Beatrice jphowed in front, and settled down clear of Queen Adelaide and Lowland OhietV tho centre lot comprising Perkun ? Duke of Richmond, Rosie, and Ishah, while on the stand Bide Condor, Whitelock, Eunice, and- St. Viacent showed prominently. They ran -.thus until entering the rails, where Perkun and Lowland Chief had dropped out of it, and the immediate attendants of Beatrice were. Queen Adelaide and Sweetbread, Ishah and Duke of Richmond being next, to the distance. Then Duke of Richmond became second, and went in pursuit of Sweetbread, who, however, held bis own to the end, and, amid great excitement, won a fine race by a head ; a length separating second and third. Glen Albyn was fourth, Westgate fifth, Modred sixth, Queea Adelaide seventh, and Conder next, the last lot comprising Whitelock, St. Vincent, Campanile, Paul, and Rosie. Time, 1 mm. Id 4-5 sec THIS RAGING STAKES, , Oi 60 soya each,' with 300 added,- for threayear-olds— colts Bst> lmb, fillies Bit 71b ; winners extra ; the second received 100 bots out of the (takes. One milb 18 subs., ' Duke of Westnu'nßboi'a b o Duke of Richmond, by Hampton— Preference, Bst JSlb „ ■ (P. Archer) 1 M. Letevre'a b o Hermitage, by Hermit-Doll Teir* sheet, Bst 101b .. .. (Caanoo) 3 Betting : 3tol on Duke of Richmond, who kept behind at am interval of three' lengths until entering the rails, when he reduced the gap, and Hermitage was in vain endeavouring to keep out of his way. At the distance the Duke drew on level terms, and, the issue never having been in doubt, he won ia a canter by throe-parts of a length. !HE GOODWOOD CUP, Value 800 sots, added to a subscription of £0 sovi eaoh ; weight for ape, with certain penalties and allowances, two milei and a-half. 13 Bute. Duke of Portland's b • St. Simon, by Gftlopin— St Angela, 8 yrs, B,t .- „ (0. Wood) 1 Duke of Hamilton's b h Ossian, by Salvator— Music, 4 yrs. 9at 51b .. .. (J Watte) 2 Duke of Hamilton's eh g Friday, by Favonlus—Tripaway, aged, Ost 01b .> .. (Koßslter) S Betting : 100 to 7on St. Simon, 20 to 1 agst Friday, 33 to 1 agßt Ossian. * Friday forced the work at his beat pace, and the other two followed side by side for a quarter of a mile, when Ht. Simon went an second some six or eight lengths behind the leader, and half as far in advance of Oasiah.- - <Tbis order was preserved until a mile from home, when St. Simon began to reduce the gap ; wfiioh eeparatod him from Friday, and there was not more than a couple of lengths between them when they turned into the straight. By this time Friday was pretty well " baked," and St. Simon having deprived him of the command before reaching the rails, he had galloped Ossian— who immediately took second place — to a standstill below the distance, and won by 20 lengths; about the same between second and third. Time, 5 mm. 1 sec. « THE ROUS MEMORIAL STAINS, Of 20 f ova each, with 500 added, for two year-olds— colts Bat 101b. fillies 83fc 71b ; with penalties and allowances ; the eecood received 100 sovb oak oi the stakes. T.Y.O. (six furloDgß). 76 subs. Mr Houldsworth's b c Golden Ray, by Springfield — Sunray, Bst 101b .. .. (Lemaire) 1 Lord Hastings' eh f Armida, by Chllderie— Mavis, Bst ?lb .. • ... •• (Archer) 2 Baron Hirsah'* b f Glimmer, by Hampton— Wildfire, Bst 71b .. .. .., (S. Loates) 8 Mr Brett's eh c The Dauphin, by Chllderie—Anemone, 9at 21b .. '.. • (Webb) 0 M. Lefevre's b c Northern Duke, by Uneaa— Pirate Queen. Bst 101b . . '..-<' (Cannon) 0 Lord Olthorpe'a b f Lady Chatelaine, 1 by Silvio— Lady Gollehtly, Bst 71b , ... (0. W.ood) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 agst, Armida; 4 to 1 ftgat Golden Ray, 11 to- 2 agst Northern. Duke, 10ft to 12 agst The Dauphin, 100 to 12 agat Lady Chatelaine. Glimmer and Lady Chatelaine made joint running from Northern Duke, on the right, and The Dauphin and Armida on the feft, with Golden Ray bringing up the rear. They ran thus to the rails, when the last-named improved his position, and took the lead at' the distance, attended by Armida, the favourite suffering defeat by a neck ; three lengths- between second and third.' - THE NASSAU STAKES, OZ 50 soys eaoh, with 200 added, for three-year-old Ullies, Bat 101b eaoh ; winners extra ; second to receive 100 soys. One mile. Duke of Westminster's Sandlway, 9«t Sib (Archer) 1 Lord Bradford's Whitelock, Sat 101b (J. Osborne) 2 Lord Rosebery'g Snaok, 9it lib . . (Cannoa) S Duke of Westminster's Thirlmere, Bst 101b (GU Barrett) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 on Sandiway, 5 to 1 agst Whitelook, 6 to X ftgßt Snack, and 10 to 1 agst Thirlmere. ■ - '• < , •- Thirlmere held a clear lead of Whitelook and Sandiway, and bo they ran to the distance, where the latter drew away and won in a canter by three lengths ; a bad third. THE CHESTERFIELD CUP, " A baudicsp of 300 soys, added to a sweepstakes of IS soys eacb. One mile and a-quarter. Lord Zetland's eh h Prism, by Uncas— Rainbow, 4 yrs, Bstlilb .. .. 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's Lucerne, a yrs, Bat 81b . . J Gonoral O. Williams' Cohort, 4 yrs, 68t Wb ..8 Seven others ran,

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GOODWOOD. July 29, 30, 31; August 1, Otago Witness, Issue 1713, 20 September 1884

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