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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMAEKET SECOND OCTOBER.

Ootobeb 6, 7, 8.

CLEARWELL STAKES, Of 30 soys each, with 200 add<)d, for two-ye»r-o!ds ; { colta, Bsb 1010 ; filliee, Bat 71b ; w loners extra. Duke of Portland's be Langwell, bySpringfWld Fur';«i 93t 2b .. .. (F. Archer) 1 Sir Q. Chetwynd'* br c Goldsmith, by Hermit - Crucible, Bs!> 101b .. .. (O. Wood) 2 Lord Cftdogan'a eh f Crosspitcb, by Hermit— Patchwork, B*o 71b .. .. (3 Birrett) 8 Lord B adford'B b c Caradoc, 8 t lO.b (J, Oatorne) 0 Mr C. J. Lefcvrc'a eh f Queen's Colour. Bst 7lb (Wain wright) 0 Chev. Gloistrelli's b c Ocesto, by Wisdom — Binglo, StlOJb .. .. .. v White) 0 Duke of Hsmilton'a be Popgun, 8?t 101b (Watts; 0 Mr J. H. Hjuldaworth'o b 1 Cymbalarii, 8b) 71b (Lemoire) 0 Mr Manton's eh c Sweet Willie, Bst 101b (Snowden) 0 Betting: Evens on Langwell, 4 to 1 agst Goldsmith, 100 to 8 Caradoc, 100 to 8 Crosspatch, 100 to 7 Sweet Willie. Goldsmith made play from Queen's Colour, these being followed by Popgun, Crosspatch (on the extreme left), and Oneato, with Langwell bringing up the rear in the track of Lord Cadogan's filly. Before entering the rails Queen's Colour waß beaten, and Orosspatch having joined Goldsmith, they were pursued by Lanf well until a hundred yards from home, when the favourite took the lead and seemed to be winning easily. The other two stuck to their work, however, and as Langwell began to tire at the finish he only pulled through by a neck ; the same between second and third. Queen's Colour was a bad fourth, Onesto fifth, and the others close up, excepting Sweet Willie, who was tailed off. Value of the stakeß, £887. CESAREWITCH STAKES, A Handicap of 25 soys «ach, with 800 sovg added, Cks»re witch Course (2 miles 2 furlongs ?8 yards). Mr J. Haromocd'n b c St Gatien, by Rotherh'll or Tho Rover— Bt K<litha, 3 y»B, Bst 101b (C. Wood) 1 Lord Roaebery'a b pr Polemic, by Speculum — livJv OuolSne, 4 ytß, 6st lib .. .. (J. Wall) 2 Mr Lefovra'a b c Aichidue, by Consul— Tha Abbess, Syr*. Bstßlb .. .. (F. Archor) 3 Mr J. Hammord'd br f Florence, 4 yia, 9at 21b (F. Webb) 4 Mr R. Yynei'a b 0 The Lambkin, 8 yra, Bst 4lb (J. Oaborne) 0 Lord Ellesmere'a b c Htghlan4 Chief, i yr«, Bat (W. Platt) 0 Mr A Staub's b f Stockholm, 4 yrg, 7st 121b (Lrm&ire) 0 Lord Manners' eh c Sir Rouben, 8 yra, 7sk 81b (a Barrett) 0 Lord Bradford's b h Qaickiime, 5 yra, 7st 71b (Tomlinaon) 0 Mr O. Lambert's b c Maßter of Arts, 4 y(p, 7ot 71b tMorrell) 0 Mr Frerlch's br h Brockon, 6 yra, 7st 21b (Luki ) 0 Mr J. H. Hou:dsworth'B b h Ptlerm.o, 6 yrs, 7st 21b (Gallon) 0 Mr A. Tfarnan's b f Xoma, 4 yra, 7st (White) 0 Duka of Hamilton's eh g Friday, agc4, 7Bt (Skipp) 0 Mr H. T. Birclay'a br g Ben More, 4 yrs, 6at 81b (E Martin) 0 Mr G Lambert's eh c Gonfalon, 8 yre, Cat 71b (T-mij;B3on) 0 Mr H. Rabeitson'a b c Studley, 3 yis, 6st 61b (F. Barrett) 0 Mr T Grepn'd eh c Crim Tartar, 8 yrs, 6«t 61b ij Woodburn) q Mr T. Cannon's b f Postscript, 3 yrs, 6jt 4lb (G Woodburn) 0 Mr E. Grant's b c Sir Francis, 4 yra, Ost 21b (Gocdway 0 Betting : 9to 2 agst Stockholm, 9 to ISt Ga ien, 9 to 1 Archiduo, 9 to 1 Highland Chief, 10 to 1 Quicklime, 10 to 1 Sir Reuben, 10 to 1 Studley, 100 to 8 Ben More, 100 to 6 The Lambkin, 20 to 1 Gonfalon, 28 to 1 Crim Tartar, 28 to 1 Florence, 28 to 1 Xema, 50 to 1 Palermo, 1000 to 15 Polemic After one failure the flag fell, and Arohiduc made the running for nearly a quarter of a mile, when he waß drawn back into the second division, and Master of Arts took up the running from Friday, Ben More, Xema, Crim Tartar, and Studley. These were followed down Choke Jade by Archiduc, Quicklime, and Polemic, and at clear intervals Florence whipped in behind Highland Chief, Postscript, Gonfalon, and Sir Reuben. Although Friday was disputing possession with Master of Arts as they passed the Ditch gap, he had lost his place before entering the pat, at which point Ben More and Crim Tartar jointly deprived Master of Arts of the command. The latter then disappeared into the ruck, and when a full view of the field could be obtained at the Rowley Mile-poßt, tbe immediate attendants of Ben More were Crim Tartar, Polemio, Brocken, and Xema. To the right of tbpse lay Archiduc and Quicklime, side by side, with Stockholm holding a good place in tbe centre, and S« Reuben, Studley, and Highland Chief stretching away to the left. Although Mr Hammond's pair were the last two just beforenand, they were now creeping up gradually on the right, while Palermo, who had broken down, tailed off rapidly, and was pulled up. The day was such a good one for glasses that the hopeless nature of The Lambkin's chance could be detected quite three-quarters of a mile from home, and as they approached the T.Y.C. winning-post Polemic, in the centre of the course, took up the running from Crim Tartar and Ben More. The last-named then began to die out in company of Studley, and as they rose the Bushes Hill the next in pursuit to Polemio were Brocken and Xema. Still these colts were soon afterwards shut in, and with Sir Reuben, Gonfalon, who had threaded his way into the foremost rank in crossing the Hat, and Highland Chief also beaten on the top of the hill, the race bad suddenly dropped down into a narrow compass. The lead was remaining with'P.olemio, and Stockholm having pulled her way into second place, they were fo!l6wed by Arohiduo, Florence, and St. Qatien, of whom the former bad shaken off Quicklime and was looking tremendously dangerous. la

descending the hill St. Gatien went for an open* ing between Florence and Stockholm, in which be was disappointed, and Weod had commenced to Htosr away to the left before the collapse of Stockholm gave the space which would have been feufficienti In the meantime Archiduo had collared Polemic, and was battling with him clear of Florence until they were rising out of the Abingdon Mile Bottom, when St. Gatien bore down upon them, and Bottling the question in a very few strides, he then went on by himself, and won in grand Btyle by four lengths from Polemic, who beat Archiduc a neck tor second honours, Florence, who finished on the judge's side, was a respectable fourth. Time, 4 mm. 62-sth aeo. Value of the stakes, £1402.

THE MIDDLE PARK PLATE, Or 600 bdvj,

Added to a Sweepstakes of 30 sots each, for two-vear-clds; colts, B,t Ulb ; fillies and geldingn, 89* 71b : winners cxs> a; flu-second received 200 soys and the third '00 soya. Bretby Stakos Course (6 furlongs). 128 cub?. Lord Haftinga' bcM ilton, by Master Kildare— Vulet Morose, 935 3ib .. (F. Archor) 1 I M. Lupin's eh c Xaintra'lle^, by Flageolet— Dthine, Bstlolb .. .. .. («\ Webb) 2 Duke of Westminster's b colt by Sterling — Caeuistrv, B<t 101b .. • .. (a. Bir.et*) t Mr Childwlck'i b c Royal Hampton, by Hampton - Princts*, Ojt 31b .. .. .. (Gilei) f Duke of BjnufoiVd br f Jliria R inata, Bst 71b (Harfcin) 0 Mr Bymer'd b c O^askevP, Qat (W. Plafct) 0 Lord Cadogan's b 1 Ljn&ly, 8-t 111b (J. Sujwdoa; 0 Lord U»rtiugtou'B eh c M jnoliih, Bjt 101b (J G»tor) 0 Mr R. Jardlne'a b c Albert, Bst 10lb (J. Osborr «) 0 Mr Manlßj's b 1 O'wa 9at . . (O. Wucd) 0 Mr Manton'a eh c Willio Darling Bst 101b (Lnmslri) 0 Duke of Portland's b c Lvigwe'l, S)it (W<*tis) 0 led Rosebery'a colt hy Maowon' — Lynettr-, B.t (Cannon) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 ajfst Cambistry colt, 9 to 4 Cora, 7 to 1 Xaintrailles, 10 to 1' Melton, 10 to 1 Lonely, 20 to 1 Crossk&ya, 20 to 1 Lynette colt, 25 to 1 Royal Hampton. Although the Casuistry colt and Monolith showed a little temper the flag fell without a failure, and with Monolith swerving across the oouree, he interfered with Cora. The running was jointly made with Royal Hampton and Xaintrailles, and they were followed by Crosskeys and the Casuistry colt, to whom succeeded Melton, the Lynette colt, and Cora, in the order named, with Lonely heading the righthand division. Before reaching the Bushes Xaintraillea took a decided command from Royal Hampton, and they came on from Croßskeys and the Casuistry colt until halfway down the hill, when the latter began to sprawl and immediately lost his place. In the Abingdon Mile Bottom Crosskeys was beaten, and with Cora unable to make a prominent stand, the Frenchman carried on the running from Royal Hampton until a couple of hundred yards from home, when Melton gradually took close order on the left, and the Casuistry colt j also improved his position again. The finish, therefore, proved most exciting, albeit it was never really in serious doubt, as when Archer asked Melton a question opposite the ring he shot out and won by half a length from Xaintcaillea, who in turn beat the inseparable Royal Hampton and the Casuistry colt by a length and a half for second money. Cora waß a bad fifth, Lonely sixth, the Lynette colt seventh, Crosskeys eighth, Maria Renata ninth, and Willie Darling tenth; with Monolith beaten off throughout. Time, 1 mm. 20 3-sth Bee. Value of the stakeß to the winner, £2815.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1722, 22 November 1884

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