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We have to record the death of Flatman, brother to the famous "Nat," and almost as celebrated in the country h" made his homo more than fifty years ago. Flatman wont to France in quite the early .days of French racing, at the time when the veteran Tom Carter, George Edwards, and Robinson migrated from Newmarket to Chantilly, and as early as 1836 Tom Carter trained Frank for Lord Henry Seymour, and that horse won the French Derby under Flatman. Besides the victory on Frank, he won the French Derby in 1846 on Baron de Rothschild's Meudon, also trained by T. Carter, sen. ; and again he was on the winner when Prince de Beauveau'a Lion secured the Cbautilly event in 1856. This colt was possibly the best ho ever rode, as subsequent events made him nearly as good as Monarque, and Harry Jennings, who trained him, entertained the highest opinion of this son of lon. After this Flatman entered into an engagement with what ha 3 bean called the Delamarre confederacy, whose trainer, T. Carter, was the nephew of Mr T. Carter, sen., the trainer of Frank and Meudon. A great many victories marked the connection of Flatman with the confederacy, including a fourtli French Derby on Bois-Rous3el, and the old jockey might have ridden Vermont if he bad liked for the Grand Prix that year, but ho selected Bcis-Roussel in preference, and Kitchener Jbad the honour of beating the crack Blair Athol. Flatman, however, steered Vermont in his other victories, including the Grand Prix at Baden Baden and the Emperor's Prize at Chantilly, and the following ypar he rode the bad-tempered Vertugadin at Baden, and again won the Grand Prix. The Grand Prix de Doanvilln was run on August 17, and Tristan placed it for the third yoar in succession to the credit of Mr Lefevre. The son of Hermit and Thrift— as is not unusual with him— showed a deal of temper at the post, but he ran generously enough at tba finish, and, after a most exciting contest, F. Webb landed him a winner by tho shortest of heads from M. P. Atimout's Fra Diavolo, who answered gamely to the call of Dodge. Tristan has competed four times for the race unde»* notice, running third in 1881 to Carillon and Alphonsine. A telegram from Moscow, dated August 14, says the stables containing the niud of Prince Ghilkoff, in the Government of Tula, were lately destroyed by fire. Nearly a hundred racehorses perished in tho flames. KACIXG IN NEW ZEALAND. GERALDINE RACES. First Day.— October 2. x The Geraldine race meeting began to-day a Orari. The weather was threatening and the* attendance only moderate. Tho racing was fairly good. The following are the results :—: — MAIDEN HURDLE RACE, Of 60 soya Two miles. Mr Henry's b g Faust, 4 yra, lOst 111b (T SheoDao) 1 Mr Deßenzy'a Maroon, lint.. .. ..2 Mr Matthewa' Mermaid, list 61b . . . . 3 Faust was the only one who got round properly. The totalisator d?vidend was £1 83. • MAIDEN PLATE, Of 50 soys. One mile and a-half. Mr Alexander's Cranmor, 3 yn, 7st 61b (Purdham) 1 ! Mr Pilhrow's Barbary, 9,t 61b % Mr Butler's Talebearer, 7at 61b .. .'.3 Mr' D. O'Brien's Gaiters also ran. This ' was a tine race, Cranmer only winning by half a length. A dividend of £12 93 was paid. GSRALDINE RAGING CLUB HANDICAP. Hon. W. Robin-.on'a br h Vanguard, by Traducer Eu Avant, 6 yrs. 9eti lib .. .. (Uorritt) 1 Mr Butler's Tim *bifilar, agod, 7ai 81b (S tilth) 2 Mr Bate's ?<Unorv.i 6 yra, 7st 9ib .. (Sharp) 3 Billy (Gsfc 101b), Princess Royal (fiat 71b), and Rubina (Bst 51b) also ran. Vanguard jumped off with the lead, and won as ho liked by a length. There was a pood race for the other 1 placets, Time 2 rain, 17 sec. '
1 SIRES' PRODUCE! STAKED Mr CHney'a eh f All-Foura, by Trump Card -Alice 1 Mr Ward's b f Full Hand, by Trump Card— Lady Mary.. .. .. .. .. 2 Mr Henry's Ina, by Jangler— Miss Rye . . 8 This was a very pretty race, All-Fours just winning by a bare half-length. A dividend of £1 13s was paid. LADIES' PDRBE. Mr Butler's Talebearer. Ojt 21b (Mr Bradley) 1 Meßßra C jtton and Eodney'3 Cnooet, 12at lib . . 2 This race was a regular boil-over, Comet, the favourite, baing just beaten on the post. A dividend of £2 15a was paid. Second Day— October 3. The Geraldine races were continued to-day. The weather was beautiful, and the attendance far larger and sport much better than on the first day. v anguard succeeded, as his friends were confident he would, in carrying off the Cup. The following are the results :—: — HANDICAP HURDLE BAGS, Of ICOtovs. Two miles Mr J Pllbrow's b g Earbary, aperf, lOat ob (Lyford) 1 Mr J Sheenan'a Lid, agad, 12st . . (O vnor) 2 Mr D O'Brioo's jr X Gaicers, 6 yrs, lOst 81b (Owner) 3 Faust and Maroon also ran. Barbary won easily by a couple of lengths. Sheenan's Lad ran gamely, but the weight was rather too muoh, and told at the critical time. The dividend was £1 16s. H4-CK HURDLES, 01 16 soys. One mile and a-half. Bpyalty .. .. .. ..1 CigArotte .. .. ..2 Our Pony .. ..3 Two others ran. The race was a splendid one, Royalty only winning by a neck. The dividend was £2 15s. GERALDINE CUP, A handicap of 150 aovs. Two miles. Hen VVRobinaon'a b h Vanguard, by Traducer -En Avant, 6 yra, 99t 61b .. .. (Derritt) 1* Mr Bate'a eh g The Poot, aped, 7st 21b (Sharp) 2 Mr D O'Sricn'a b? h Taaman. 6 yra, 9=6 9 b (Keen) 3 Mr Butler's Tim Whiffler was the only other starter. j Vanguard again had an.easy victory, finishing with a good deal in hand. Time, 3 mm. 48 sec. Dividend, £1 14s. COUNry PLATE, OI 60 sovi!. One and a-hs.lt mile. Mossra M and C Hobbs'Tdtnuka, by Trump CardModesty .. .. .. ..1 Mr J Clancy's Al)-/oura .. .. ..2 Measru M and Q Hobbs' Trump . . . . 3 Terauka won easily by two or three lengths. Dividend, £2 2a. FLYING HANDICAP, Of 60 aovH. Six furiO'.jri". Mr P Butler's b h Tim Whffler, by Tim Whifflor (a) -Ptracbute aged. 7»t 91b .. .. 1 Mr d Bite's Mnerva, 7»t lllb .. 2 Mr D O'Brien's b m Rubina, Bst 71b .. . . 3 The trio kept together for a third of the , distance,, when Tim Whiffler came away and I won by over a length. Time, 1 mm. 19 sec. Dividend, £3 3s. j CONSOLATION HANDICAP, Of 30 sow. One mile. Mr D O'Brien's b m Rubina, by Kingsborough - Etiquette, 4 yrs, 8«t lib .. .. 1 Mr Bate'a The Poet, 7st 9lb .. .. ..2 This was the best race of the day, Rubina •Tvinning by a short head. Dividend, £2 12s. CLYDE SPRING MEETING. October 3. The two principal events resulted as follows ;—; — DUNSTAN RACING OLUB H-k-NDKHP, Of 25 soya Distance, one mile and a-half. Mr M'Kenna'a st sr Haricot, 7at 51b (Thompson) 1 Mr D H Mcrvyn'a blk g Blackboy, BsS 71b 2 Mr J Rivera' b g Besartus, 7st 121b .•. 3 CCiYDB SPRING HANDICAP, Of 20 Bova. Distance, one mile. Mr M Kenna'd g g Haricot, Bst 51b (Thompson) 1 Mr J Rivers' b g Kesartua, B:>t lib " .. (Rivera) 2 Mr J Rivers' blk m Tui, 9at 31b . . . . 3 In the Trotting Race, won by Mr M'Kenna's Vixen, only one investor was on the winner in the totalisator, and he received £42 63. • CROMWELL SPRING RACES. October 3. The Cromwell Spring meeting was held on Friday, tho weather being good, and there being a large attendance. The results were : — HURDLE RACE. Mr K. M'Kay'a Magic .. ..1 t Darkoy .. .. .. ..2 MAIDEN PLATE. Cymaro .. .. .. .. 1 CROMWELL HANDICAP. Blackboy .. .. ..1 Haricot .. .. .. ..2 HANDICAP TROT. I Mr A. Joss' Dolly .. .. .. l Coaoher .. .. •• ..2 SPRING HANDICAP. Dead heit. between Mr T. M'Kay'a Mataura and Mr A M-Ka\\sWn;M3. About £(300 was put through the totalisator. HAWKE'S BAY SPRING MEETING. Fihst Day.— October 6. The Spring meeting of tbe Hawke's Bay Jockey Club commenced to-day, when, notwithstanding the pleasant weather, the racecourse was not so well attended as usual, there only being some 3000 persons present. The following are the results of the (Sty's racing :— FREE HANDICAP, Of 60 eova. One mile and a distance. Captain Ruseell's eh m Leonora, by Loolinus — Goß&ip, 5 yrs, 9at 41b .. .. .. t Mr J. Paul's br h Biyard, by Tubal Cain— Rcyal Heart, 5 yra, B<st lib .. .. .. t Mr !?. Gollan'a eh h Leonato, 5 yrs, Ost 21b . . 3 Emir Bey (Bat 91b), Armourer (Bst 6lb), Gabble (7st 81b), Otupapa (7r.t 41b), Breeze (6st 121b), and Minuet (?) also ran Gabble and Leonora were the favourites. Leonato got off with tho lead, followed by Leonora, the mare immediately going to the front, with Gabble second. At the back of the course the order was the same. Entering the straight Leonora still held the lead, closely followed by Laonato and Bayard. / An excit ing race ensued, rosulting in a dead boat between Leonora and Bayard. Less than half a length away was Leonato. The totalisator paid a dividend of £1 19 aon Leonora and £13 2a on Bayard inside ; the outside ono paying £1 12s and £10. The time was 2 mm. 4 sec. MAIDFN HURDLE RACE, , ' Of 60 sovb. Weight for *ge. Two mils?. Mr W Broughtou'a eh g Hurricane, aged .. 1 Mr W Dunnct'.'svrg rftesl Dost, aged •• ■• 2 Mr J Mortou'a eh g- iVotico of Motiou, aged . . 3 Mr W Ellingham's b m Denbigh. 5 s'rs.. .. 0 Mr A Oowcr'a blk g Blackbird, aged .. .. 0 Blackbird was a warm favourite at evens against the field. Donbigh got away with the lead, followed by Notice of Motion, who wrb first over tho jump, Denbigh last. At the next hurdle Denbigh came down a cropper. Passing the ctiiud tho firnt time, the other four were all of a heap. At the back of the course '
Blackbird fell and got rid of bis jockey, though not without the rider making several clever attempts at recovery. Entering the straight, Steel Du9t was at toe whip, while the jockey on Hurricane was sitting still. The former answered gamely, but could never get up, Hurricane winning by two lengths. The totalisator dividend was £4 14s outside, and £5 10s inside. Time, 4 mm. 37 sec. HAWKK'S BAT GUINEAS, Of 200 BOVB, with a 6wenp of 10 aova added. For throe-year-olda. Colts, Sat ldb ; fllHea and goldlogs, Bst 61b. One mile. Mr P Martin's eh f Poarl, by Bolton Green— Pearl . Ash .. .. .. .. i Mr W Douglas' blk f Christina, by Javelin - Cascade 2 Mr P F Tftncred's eh f Misdeal, by King of Clubg— Gossip .. .. ..3 Miss Dargon and Marksman also ran. Pearl, who was a hot favourite, went away with the lead, and was never caught. Betting in the paddock, 7 to 4 on Pearl, Totalisator dividend, £2 12 a. . . SELLING RACE, Of 50 coys. One and a quarter mile. Weight for age. Mr P P Tancred's blk f Gabble, by Albany—Telltale, i yra (£100) .... .. 1 Mr P J Muitagh Boh c The Bard, 4 yrs (£SO) '.. 2 Mr C L M'Keraey'B Breeze, aged (£100). . . . 8 Seven horses started. Gabble won easily. A dividend of £2 5s was paid. HACK RACE, Ol 20 Bova. Once jound. Wonder .. .. .. ## j In this race Tuparoa fell, and the rider, E. Gilpin,/was severely injured. Tuparoa slipped, and another horse fell over him. FLYIN& HANDICAP, Of 100 Boys-; second horso to Motive 10 aova from the stakes. Three-quaitera of amile. Captain RurseU'B br f Tigtidia, by Leolinua-Amo-hia, 3 yre, 7st 61b .. .. " .. l Mr P Martin's b c Forerunner, 3 yrs, 7at 101b . . 2 Mr W Ruddick's br h Emir Bey, 6 } ra, Bat 121b . . 3 Six others ran. Tigridia took the lead and kept it to the finish, winning with comparative ease. Dividend, £4 Is. During the day over £4500 waß put through the two totalisators. Second Day.— October 7. A slight Bhower about 12 o'clook had no effect upon the attendance, which was fully equal to that of yesterday. The following are the results :— HANDICAP HURDLE RICH:, Of 76 soya ; second horse to receive 15 soya from the stakes. About two milea. Mr E Gllpin's eh g Pastime, by Fapapa, a?ed, lOst 1 Mr W Ellingham's b m Denbigh, 6 jro, 9st 71b .. 2 Momrs Halßtead Bros' b g Minuet (late Highland *ling), aged, 10atl2lb .. .. ..3 Mr A Gower's bik g Blackbird, aged, 9at 101b .. 0 Messrs Sock and Oonroy's b g Flying Scud, aged, Oats 71 b .. .. .. ..0 Mr W Dunnett's g g Steel Dust, aged, 9jt . . 0 Steel Dust got the best of the start, and was followed by Minuet and Flying Scud. Steel Dust baulked at the first fence, Flying Scud taking the lead, with Pastime second. At the second hurdle the order was — Flying Scud, Pastime, Denbigh, Minuet, and Blackbird. Tho same order was maintained over the next hurdle, and also passing the stand. Here Blackbird's rider roade a good recovery. At the next hurdle Flying Scud and Blackbird ran off, Pastime and Denbigh came away, and the rest were speedily spread-eagled. At the last hurdle the pair jumped together. Entering the straight both riders were at the whips, but Pastime won a good race by a neck. Time, 4 mm. 8 sec, Dividends, £3 Is outside and £2 Us inside. HACK HURDLE RACE, Of 20 eova. One and a- half mils. Wanda .. .. .. .. 1 Wueakin .. .. " .. ..2 Southern Chief .. .. .. ..3 Dividends, £2 9s and £2 sb. SPRING HANDICAP, Of 200 soys. ; second horse to receive 20 soys from the stakes. *no and a-half mile. • Captain Russell's br f Tigiidia, b 7 Leolinus - Amo- ' hia, 3 yra, 7at lib .. - ..1 Mr P Martin's eh f Pearl, 3 yrs, 7st 61b . . 2 Mr J Paul's br h Bayard, 5 yra, 7st 71b . . 3 Leonato, Emir Bey, Administrator, Laurel, Armourer, and Yankee also started. Emir Bey, Administrator, and Bayard were the first to show in front. Passing the stand the first time Pearl took the lead, followed by Tigridia, Administrator, and Yankee, in the order named, Captain Russell's mare pulling hard. At the back of the course Administrator was called upon, but could not succeed in getting on terms with the leaders. the straight Pearl still held command, with Tigridia and Bayard in close attendance. M'Taggart, who rode Tigridia with judgment, then drew up, and passing Pearl, won easily. Time, 2,min, 43£ sec.,' — the quickest time yet made on the Hastings course for the distance. The totalisator dividend was £5 7s. MAIDEN PLATE, Ofeoaovs. Wolf hfc for ajye. One mile and a-quarter. Mr P Martin's b c Forerunner, by King of ClubsEn Avnnt. 8 yrs .. \ Mr W Douglas' hlk f Christina, 3 yrs .. .".' 2 Mr P F Tancred's eh f Miadort, 3 yra . . 3 These were the only starters. The three kept well together until near home, when Forerunner, under the whip, got a decided lead, winning by a length. The totalisator dividend was £1 4a. CONSOLATION HANDICAP, Of 80 ROVB. One mllo. Administrator, by The Premier— Princess Mary . . 1 Breeze .. .. .. .. "^2 Yankee .. .. ..8 Eight started. Over £4000 was put throuerh the totalisator during the day. Captain Russell wins the chief events of the meeting, and his success is very popular, he being cheered to the echo, RACING IN ENGLAND. STOCKTON. August 19, 20. the stockton handicap, Of 403 sovb, added to a sweepstakes of 10 soys each. About one mile and three-quarters. Sir H. de Trafford'a eh h Billycock, by Vanderdecken—Grecian Bend, 0 yra, 7st 131b Mr R. Vyner's Crim Tartar, 3 yra, 7at 91b (J. Woodburn) 2 Mr Bowes' b f Noisy Girl; 4 yra, 7at 61b _J„ „T , A (G. Woodburn) 3 Lord Zetland a Jotsam, 4 yra. Set . . (Lemaire) 0 Mr H. Robertson's c by Camballo— Florocca Aislabio, 3 yrs, 7at 121b (Ffigan) 0 Betting : 11 to 1 agst Jetsam, 3 to 1 agefc Grim Tartar, 5 to 1 agst Billycock, 8 to 1 agst Noisy Girl, 100 to 8 agst Florence Aislabie colt. After one slight break away the five competitors started at a hand cantsr for a couple of hundred yards, waiting upon each other. Finally Floronca Aislabie colt cut out the work, at his heela following Ciim Tartar, who was clear of Noisy Girl, Billycock going en fourth, and Jetsam last. The pace was so indifferent that at the end of a quarter of a mile Crim Tartar was taken to the front, Florence Aislabie colt 'following at a length interval, < and being a similar distance in advance of
Noisy Girl, clear of whom was. Billycock, whilst Jetsam still continued last. On the far side of the course, about a mile from home, Noisy Girl ran up to the quarters of Florence Aislabie colt, the pair going on at the heels of Crim Tartar, who carried on the running into the stright, where the lot closed. A quarter of a mile from home Florence Aislabie colt was beaten, and dropped,, last. - Half-way up the straight Billycock joined Crim Tartar, and though Noisy Girl and Jetsam got near at tba distance neither had anything to do with tfaa finish, Billycock cantering in four lengths in front of Orim Tartar, Noisy Girl was a bad third, and Florence Aislabie colt last. ' ' Time, 3 mm. 11 1-5 sec. Betting : 6to 4 agst Beauchamp, 9to 4 agst Darlington, 9 to 2 agst Pizarro, 100 to 14, agat Marjorie. THE GREAT NOBTHEBN EEGEB, Of 10 eovs each, wfth 450 added, for three-yc*rolda— colts, Set 101b ; fillies and geldings, B<tt 01b ; with penalties and allowances ; the breeder of the winner received 180 aova, the breeder of ■ tho second 60 soya, and the bre«dor of the third » soya. One mile and a-r»if. Mr Mainley's b 0 f izarro, by Uncas— Lydia, 93t Bib, (Lemtiro) 1 Mr 0 Thornbey's Darlington, 9at lib (J. Snowdon) 2 Mr Jardine's b e BeaucharAp, 9at Bib (J. Osbornsj 8 Lord Zatland'a Marjorie,-Bat 111b .. (Watts) 0 There was no delay with the quartette ; and instantly the flag fell, to the surprise of all, Pizarro was first off, and quickly secured a clear lead of Beauchamp, who in turn was » length in advance of Darlington, whilst Marjorie came on a couple of lengths behind the Beveriey colt. For fully half a mile this order was maintained, but afterwards Darlington ran up to and collared Beauehamp, the pair going on side by side two lengths in the rear of Pizarro, whilst Lord Zetland's filly still aoted as* whipper-in. Five furlongs from home Beauchamp resumed his position of second to the Newmarket-trained colt, and Darlington, lying about a length behind the favourite, went on third. So they ran to tbo turn ' into the straight, where the three rearguards closed, and made strenuous efforts to reach Pizarro. They considerably reduced his advantage, but" Marjorie propped away beaten before'reacbing the distance, and half-way up both Darlington and Beauchamp were in trouble, and Pizarro, without ever being caught, won in a canter by twe lengths. An exciting finish waß witnessed between Beauchamp and Darlington for the " pony " for the second, which was secured by the latter — only, however, by a bead. . Marjorie was a bad fourth. THE HARDWICKE STAKES, Of 10 soys each, with 500 added, for two-yesr-olds— colta, Bbt 101b i fillies and geldinga, B*t 61b ; with penalties and a'lowaneea ; the breader of the winner received 100 sovb, the brooder of th« Becond 60, and the owner of the second 25 g;vß. Colonel O. Willan's b or br f Surprise, by Hermit — Ambuacade, by Camerino, 89t (J. Woodburn) 1 Mr J. Lowthei'a eh c King Monmouth, Oat 6lb Mr WilHatoson'B borbr c Wilkie, Ost 31b (E»B»n) I Air E. Charles' Frontispiece, Brt 41b (Lemaire) 0 l Mr K. Jardine'a Beaumont, Bst 111b (0; Bowman) 0 Mr Thornbey'B Elsie Marley, 7fit 111b [car. 7st 181b] (Snowden) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Surprise, Sto 1 'rigst King Monmouth, 6, to 1 agst Elsie' Marley, 6 to 1 agst Wilkie. ' , Wilkie and Elsie Marley wore quickly olear of the rest, the former with a length lead cutting out the work, whilst Surprise and Frontispiece, looked together, oocupied third and fourth positions, with Beaumont bringing up the rear. When fairly in the straight Wilkie and Elsie Marley gave way to Surprise, who at the distance was joined by King Monmoutb,who ran gamely, but could never reach the light weight, who won easily by a length 5 Wilkie a bad thir<3. Elsie Marley pulled up fourth, Frontispiece was fifth, and Beaumont last. ' - Time, 1 mm. 20 sec. THE CESAREWITCH STAKES. (Rmotbb'b Tbleobams.) _ London, October 7. The following was the result of the race, run at Newmarket to-day, for the - CESAREWITOH STAKES, A handicap of 25 soya each, with 300 soys added : the second to receive 200 aovs and tho third 100 out of the stakea. Cesarewitch course (2 miles 2 fur» Mr J Hammond's b c St. Cation, by Rothorbill or Tae Rover— St Editha, 3 yra .. j Lord Kosetery'a Polemic, i yrs .. ", % M. Lefevre'a b e Archiduc, by Consul— Tho Abbess 3yW" •• .. .. .! 8 The weights had not appeared when the mail left, but St. Gatien, as one of the pair that ran a dead heat for the Derby, would be certain to have a good weight, say Bst3lb, on him. Archiduc will be remembered as one of the crack French colts of the season. KACI3VG IK FRANCE. DEAUVILLE. August 17. grand prix de deauville, Of 12 aova each, with 800 added, for threo-yearo'dß and upwards ; weight for ago ; penalties and allowances. A mile and a-half. Mr C. J. Lcfevro'e eh h Tristan, by Hermit -Thrift 6 yrs, lOetlllb .. .. (F.Webb) 1 M. P. Auvnont'a Fra Diavolo, 8 yro, Bst 81b * (Dodare) 2 M. A. Staub's Escogriffe, S yrs, Sat 41b ' M. P. Aumont's Athsla, 6 yre, 9st 121b (KoKe) 0 M. E. Balensi's Valois, 4 yrs, Bst 31b (Carratt) 0 Betting : 6to 4 on Trietan, 7 t0,4 agst Fra Diavolo, 10 to 1 agst Escogriffe, 20 to 1 acst Valois, and 30 to 1 agst Athala. After a splendid finish Tristan beat Fra Diavolo, who ran very gamely, by a short head ; Escogriffe, a neck away, was third, Mr Lefevre's horse showed a deal of temper at the pose. RACING IN GERMANY. BADEN-BADEN. August 21. ZTJKUNFTS PRIZE, Of 20,00 mark (10^0 sovb), for two-year-olds— colts, 9at G'.b ; fillleP, 9st> 31b ; added to a sweepsttkea of 400 mark (20 soys). Six furlongs. ■ " Baron G. Springer's Italy, by Petrarch— Soythtan Princess, Sat 6ib .. .. (Coatee) 1 Mr JE. Blase jvita' Harczos, Brt 91b .. > - (8e»») 2 Count H. Henckol'a, sen., Peregrin, Ost 71b , (Grimshtw) S , Imperial Stud of Graditics Andernach, Bst lllb' (oopp) 0 Mr E. BlaßCovits' Bundapyonge, Bst lllb (.Smart) 0 Dako de Orammont'a Khiva. Bati 01b (Carlyle) 0 Count H. Henckel's,sen., Iminielow, Ost 71b (Busby) 0 Count J Karozvl's Csoro, 9st lib .. (Greuvos) 0 Count B. Sohlik'a Metcalf, 9st lib 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst Metcalf, 5 to 1 agsfc Peregrin, 6 to 1 agst Bundagyonge, 8," to 1 each agst Italy and Khiva, 10 to 1 each agst Harczos and Csoro, and 12 to 1 agst Andernach. Won by a length and a-hatt ; a neck between second and third,
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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN., Otago Witness, Issue 1716, 11 October 1884
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