RACING IN ENGLAND.
NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER.
OCTOBEB 9. THK CHAMPION STAKES,
OJ 20 soya each, with 800 aovs added. Wfight for age. A.P. (1 mile 2 furiouge 78 yards.)— 98 sobs. Mr O J Lofevre's eh h Tii&tan, by Hermit— Thrift, Oyrs, 9st .. .. (F Webb) f Mr L He Kotbschild's b c Lucerne, by Fetterlock— Meta, 4 yrs, <ht .. .. ftCmcn) ♦ Loiil Bradford's b h Quicklime, by WenJrck— Dir/ernfty, 6y w, fet -. (C Wood) 8 Ihifco oi Hamilton^ b o Oaaiaa, by Salvator— :au^c, « 7»a, Oat .. .. OVatto) 0 Mr O i tafevi© b or bj c Zadig, by Loid Ltob— ' Zaift, 'S.vre, Sstdtb .. .. (Watowiighy 0 Dults of Wostamieter'a b c UflEQbufjraore. by De«raetor -&t re' htieot, 3 y te, itet Gib . . < P Awheir) 0. Betting : 0 to 4 on Triafcan ; 5 to 1 agafc Camj bu'ojiioro : 10i> to 12 Lucsmo ; 9' to 1 Quicklime, ! After Tristan had delayed the otart for a » I quarter of ua hour by a display" of temper, be ! ted for a couple of hundred yards, and was. then passed by bis stable companion, Zadig, the pair, who lay on the left, being followed ' by Quicklime and Ossian, with Lucerne last. They ran thus until halfway across tbe flat, ; when Zadig began to roll about, and' Tristan | relieved him from duty, and came on to the Bushes from Ossian and Quicklime. On the. | top of the hill the latter cut it in tbe most deliberate manner, and. with Cambusmore well I beaten Ossian pursued Tristan into the Abingdon Mile Bottom, whan Qucklime rejoined him. Still the favourite bad them both Safe, arid' no danger was apprehended before Lueerao, who had been following him like a shadow, WB3 pnlled out to tbo whip hand of him, Tha pair tbon rapidly left tha others io . the lurch, and with Lucerne closing inch by iacfa he succeeded in making a dead beat on the post, with Quinklirao a bad third, Oasiao fonrtb, and Z&dig last. Time, 2 mm. 25 4-& th sec. Value of fche stakes (v7bicb were divided), sum .THE NBWMARKRT OAKS, A sweapstakea of 26 atva each, with 200 added, lor three-year-old flHiei; Bst 10!b each. 'MM. (1 mile 7 furlongs I'iS yards. DuUe of Weatmiustcr'a eh f Sandlway, by Don* caater - Clemonce, >b\> lO'.b .. (F Archer) I Mr li do Roth child's b 1 Danrfetta, by Kiaber • Equinox. B^6 10lb .. .-.(T Cannon) B Mr L"fevre's br t Tombola, by Kiaber — Tomato, 891 101b.. .. (Lomalre) 8 Betting : 3tol on Sandiway, and 6to 1 bar on a. Tombola cut out the work with a five or six lengths lead of Sandiway, who waa in tarn half .. as far in front of Damietta until half a mile from home, when the gaps wore reduced. At the T.Y.C. winning post Tombola was in distress, and with Sandiway settling the verdict the instant she was asked to do 10, she won is a canter from Damietta by a length j four ' lengths between eeconil and third. HER MAJESIY'S PLATK, Ot 3Oflge. Well? to- lor ago. D. 1. (2 uWefl 105 yards}. Mr Mantoa's oh m Tbeoais, by Hoiin'C Devotion,6yiP 3 99fc -. .. .. (P. Archer) I Bi,ron a, de Rofchsohild'B b h Lruls dOr, aged. 9gt (T- Cannon) ? Lord Elleemero's b f Belinda, 3 yis, Bst lib (O Barrett) S Baron A. de Botbschlld'o Serge 11. 3 yrs, Bst lib
(tf. Loatee) 0 Serge IT made the running just cigar ot Louis dOr, and a length separated them from Belinda and Thebais to the Turn of, the Lands, when the rear rank took close order. At tbe commencement of the rails, Louis dOr deprived Borpe It of the command, and with Belinda now baaten, Thebai3 followed Louis dOr feo the distance, when she' decisively forged abeafl and won by* a length ; a bad third.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1723, 29 November 1884
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1723, 29 November 1884
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