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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON.

Ooxobeb 20, 21, 22, 23. THE CRITERION STAKES, Of 30 soys each, with 200 added For two-year-oHs ; colts Bst 81b, lillies Bat 6lb; winne-a extra; second received 100 eovs. Criterion Course. j Lord Halting I *' b o Meltou, by Master Ki!d\re~ | Violet M-!ro20, 9 t lib .. ..(K Archer) 1 Mr J H HouWf>v/'i»th'-' b c Golden Bay. by Springfield Sunray, 8t 12 b .. (J O^borne) 2 Lord Kopeb^rj'fi b c by Macaroni— Lynn-ie B*t 81b (car. 83t91b) .. .. ..(T Cannon) S Mr A O Barclay's b c Risingbntn, Sat 12.fi(«oss>ite-) O Mr C J I.ef«\ ro'j br ,: Ducat, Bit 8;b ( Wainwriuht ■ 0 Mr HvntoVs eh a Wi lie Tailing, 8»t Blb (S I.oat-p) (I Dufreof Poit':vd'»!»cLvigweU9.« llh (J Wartf) 0, Mr T Jennh.jjd' oil cLo d Onarlea, 8 1 10 i> (J Goatcr) 0 B?tting : 5 to 2 on Melton, 100 to 15 agst any otber. Risingham cut out the work from Lord Charloe, Molton, and Langwell, with Golden Riy and the Lynotte c-«lt on thnir heels to the ted post. Here Ritnnchatn and Langwell beat a retreat, and with the favourite immediately assuming the command, ho did not permit the race to remain long in the least doubt, and won in a canter by a langth and a half from Golden Ray, who baat the Lynetto colt as far fo> second money. Lord Cbarloa was fourth, Ducat fifth, and Langwell last, except Willie Darling, who broke a blood- vessel, p-nd was dismounted. Value of the stakes, £823. IHE CAMBIt'IIDOESHmE SIAKKiJ, Of 25 soys each, with :.00 f ova arlde'l :'thp necond horse received 100 b vs, and the third saved stake. Ouu mile 210 yard 3 120 suba. Mr J Hammo 1 da br f Ploionca, by Wisdom - Enigma, 4 yrs, fail lib ..' (F Wfbb) 1 Mr H T Barclay's br c Btndlgo, by Bon Battle— Hasty Girl i yrs, Ba* 21b .. (J Stiowden) 2 Mr Ma-nley'd b c Pizarro, by Uncas— Lydia, S yre, 78*31° •• .. .. (Luke) 3 Mr Ltfevre's b c Arohiduc, 3 yrs, 8-.t 91b <F Archer) 4 LirdZatlard'dih c Prism, 4yra, 9nt7lb (J Watts; 0 Mr Mantcn's br c M&cheaih, 4 yrs, Bat 10 b ( V Cannon) 0 Mr Adrian's b c Tho Prince, 4 yrs, Bst 91b (J Osborne) 0 Lord Ellesmere's b c Highland Chief, 4 yrs, Bat 7 b (Gilea) 0 Mr O Perkins' b o Ohislehurst, 4 yrs, 83t> 31b (Faijati) 0 Lord Manners' eh c.« Sir Reuber, 8 yrs, 7at 131b (G Barret!) 0 Lord Bradford's b h Quicklime, 6 yrs, 7*t \ ib (X Tomllnson) 0 Mr A S U)b'6 b f Stockholm, 4 yra, 7et 111b , _ , <Lemaire) 0 M' A Taylor's jrr h Buchanan, oged, 7et 9 b (yoodchilri) 0 Duke of WO'tminßtar'a eh f Sandiway, 8 y}«, 7st 71b (O Wco.') 0 Lo»d Zet'aud's eh c Ania]fl, 5 j,rs 7st 3!b (J Woodburn) 0 Mr W Gilbert's b c The Sailor Prioco, 4y* e 8 - i 3:i 0 (A White) 0 Col. JTeyward's b e Ordovix, 8j rs 6sli 6!b (W H) 0 Lord Hirfcington's eh g Corunna, 4 yrs. 6?6 31b (JTumlingon) 0 Betting : 6to 1 agst Florence, 6to 1 Archidac, 13 to 2 Sandiway, 7 to 1 Prism, 100 to 9 Beadigo, 100 to 9 Macheath, 100 to 6 Quick lime, 100 to 6 Pijsarro, 100 to 6 Oorunna, 1000

to 45 Stockholm, 25 to 1 The Prince, 28 to 1 Chislehurst, 33 to 1 Sir Reubsn, 50 to 1 Tho Siilor Priuce, 50 to 1 AmaHii, 6G to 1 Buchanan, 66 to 1 Highland Chiaf. Tho lot reached tho sUutinp-post within a few minufcep of the appointed 2 50, and owin^ to the mist, which now covered the heath, it was quite impossible to distinguish the colours. The patience ot the spectators was not taxed for Jong, howover, and at the third attempt the flag fell to a grand start, in which S^ndiway, Arcbiduc, and FJorancn got best off on the right from Bendigo and Pmm, thr-fe being followed by Sir Reubpn, Stockholm, Ordovix, aud Pizarro (on the lc-ft), with Euchanan and Tho Prince clear by themselves in tho rear. Iv this order they ran far a quarter of a mile, when Ordovix, in the centre of the course, dapped on full sail, and took a decided lead from Sandiv/ay, Arehiduo, Bendigo, and Corunna, of whom the latter, after beginning slowly, had soon workod hia way into tho leading divisiou. The second lot waa now composed of Sir Reuben, Stockholm, Prism, Florence, and Quicklime, and the others, of whom Mac; heath was never in the least degree formidable-, had already cornmencad to scatt9r all over th 1 courso. Upon the completion of the first half of tho journey Ordovix had shot her bolt, and, with Sandiway resuming possassion, she came ou Irotn Archiduc, Prism, Bondigo, Florence, and Pizarro, and these got rid of Stockholm, Sir Reuben, and Corunna a little further ors, whiio Chinlehurat had joined The Prince and Buchanan at the " tail end. ' Aa they approached the red post Archiduc drew up to Sindi way's neck, and with Florence taking advantage of an opening be'uween Prism and Brndigo, ot whom tho big horse was now compounding, ehe took third place exactly a quarter uf a mile from home, with Pizarro, who had been bearing away to tho lower ground, following Bendigo, with the others thoroughly disposed of. Whsn they had passed the red post about a hundred yards, Archiduc took up the running from Sandiway and went on to the distance, whnn his light was extinguished in a very few strides through the challenge of Florence aud Bendigo. This pair wero no sooner left in the van than Florence had a neck the best of ifc, with each jockey doing all he knew in the effort to reach the goal first. They ran homo locked together, and although Snowden's determined horsemanship prevented Bendigo from repeating his behaviour of last year by cutting out to the loft, b9 did | swerve plightly, and moreover changed his legs 30 or 40 times from homo, so that Florence, who battled on to the end with groat resolution, secured the victory by a head ; Pizarro was a bad third at an interval of about six lengths, with Arehiduo a couple of lengths away fourth, Sandiway fifth, Quicklime sixth, Prism seventh, Stockholm eighth, Sailor Prince ninth, Amalfi tenth, Macbeath eleventh, and Corunua twelfth, the whippors iv being Sir Reubeu, Chisleburst, and Coiunna. Value of tho Ktakes, £1557. No time could ba taken, owing to the mist. THK DSWHCJUfjT PLATR. O! 30D soys, rdded to a sva> o-toike* cf 25 swa each. For two-year old-"— colca, Sat 91b ; flilses, esS 61b Wmnern extra. Tbe second lvc.ived 200 bovk and third 100 boys. Last oeven furloiigH of Rsl 09 su l a. Mr Cloote'o b 0 by Sterling— Ca3uistry, B<t 9!b (CArchet) 1 Mr Mainley's b f Cora, by Uneua-Gratinska 8m1; 131b (0 We il) 2 M Lupin's eh c Xuntmilles, by Flageolet .Snt. 131b (JWa/ts) 3 Mr Adrian'd b c Gracchus, by Donciaster, tat 91b (J Snow,lPii) 0 LorJ Cadogon'a b t Lonely, b3 r Hermit, Ss* lt'lh (J Osboruo) 0 Mr H II Coaiba'3 b c Cock Robin, by Rosier^ »m. Sflttob .. .. .. (Giles) 0 Mr FiPtchor's br c The Admiral, by liofilcruci -v, 83ft 9ib .. .. . . (15 Loafee) 0 Mr J H Houidswoith'a b o Qt/ldnu Bay, by S-r»i -cfflr)d 9jb2b .. .. .. (FWeb->) 0 Loid Roßobery'a b f Breakfast, by Kisber, Sst 9 b (T Cannon) 0 Duko of Westtainstor'o eh I Farewell, by Doncaster, Bat 61b .. .. (G Barrett) 0 Betting : ' 5 to 4 agst Xaintrailles, 2 to 1 Casuistry, 100 to 15 Cora, 100 to 9 Gracchue, 25 to 1 Golden Ray, 25 to 1 Cock Robin, .33 to 1 Lonely, 33 to 1 Breakfast, 1000 to 15 Farowell, 100 to 1 Tho Admiral, After one failure tho flag fell to a Bplendid start, in which Farewell, on the right, wa3 the first to break the front line from the Casuistry colt, on tho left, and Tbe Admiral in the centre. These were followed by Cora, on the immediate whip-hand of the Casuistry colfc, Gracchus, Lonely, and Golden Ray, with Xaintrailles and Breakfast on their heels. These positions were maintained until halfway across the flat, when the Casuistry colt assumed the command, with Cora in attendanco, and after the retirement of Farewell and Tho Admiral the purenit was carried on by Golden Ray, Lonely, Xaintraillps, and Gracchus to th« Bushes, whon the favourite drew into third place. All tha pull was taken out of him, howevor, before entering the Abir.gdon Mile Bottom, and the Casuistry colt, having disposed of tho challenge of Cora in tho most, summary fashion, ho came up the hill in grand style and w>n very easily by three lengths, four lengths dividing swoud and third. Lonely was close up fourth, Goldon R-vy fifth, Gracchus sixth, and Cock Robin and the Admiral the last two. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 1 mm. 37 3 s';h ace Value of the stakes, £1857. TUB TltOY SIAKS.S, Of 60 oovb esch. for two-year-olaa. Colts, §36 121b ; fillies, Bst 9b; with penalties and allowances. T.Y.O. r/->-1 Ro?eborj's br t Glamour, by Roaicrucian ...j^cdp SstO'b .. .. (T Cannon) 1 Duk i of Wcs niiusteir'a b f Whlfca Nub, by Hermio —Lady Hlanche, Bit 121b .. (PArcherj 2 Duke of Beiuforfc'fl b 1 Maiia Renata, hy .--terlinjf — Sorcerers Bs^ 91b .. .. (J t-uowden) 3 Betting: 6 to 4 agafc White Nun, 15 to 8 Glamour, 5 to 2 Maria Renata, White Nun in the centre made play from Maria Renata on the iip;ht, with Glamour waiting at a clear interval tv tha raila, when the three closed and ran a splendid race home, which Glamour wen by a head from White Nun, a neck separating second and third. A FREE HUWICAP BWKKP3TAKEd 01 100 Bova each ; for three year-olds ; wiuiiers extra ; the second received 200 soys as. d tha third saved Btako. A.F. (1 mil: 2 furlongs 73 yard*). 18 Bubs. Mr J Hammond's b e St. Gat Jen, by the Rovor (by Blair Athol)-Bt. Ediths, 8 yrs, 83t 121b (OWood) 1 Dulco of Westminster's b o Duke of Biehmond, by Hampt n Preferonco, 3 yre, 8?t 91b (P A.-che') 2 Lord Ellesmery's b oy br c Princo Rudilph, by Prtece thatlio— Heater, 8 yre, 7si 9lb * (OBa.rott) 8 Betting: 100 to 30 on St. Garten, 7 to 2 agst Duke of Richmond, 50 to 1 Prince Rudolph. Prince Rudolph made* steady running from St. Gatieti to just balow the Bushes, when he beat a retreat, and the "Saint" was followed down_ the hill by Duke of Richmond, who kept in his track until entering the Abiogdon Mile Bottom. He then came out on the left and reached St. Gatien's girths half-way ud the hill, but by this time the fire waa pretty near extinguished, and, although ho struggled to tbe oiid, he was easily beaten by three- parts of a length ; a bad third. Time, by Benson's chronograph, 2 mm. 26 3-sth see Value of the stakes, £950.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1725, 13 December 1884

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