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EPSOM SUMMER.

Junk 3 and 5. THE DERBY STAKES, A sweepstake i of Mauva each For Uiree-year-oIrR Colts Oat; fitl^, Bst 9b Seen' horse, 300 n:>v.t; thiM idOgws irom the sta!u>9. Ouo milatif? a half. 300 no »i>iati<ins. Lord Ilavt ings' b c Melbcn by Mister Kildare— Vfilot Vlolr-ose .. .. .. .. 1 Mr B. OlOLtu's bo PAialox, by Sterling—Casnialry . . . . . . . . . . 2 :&r: &r Phild'vick'a b c Royal HaraiJtOD, by Himpton -- P.-Jnccsi .. .. .. .. 3 Bel ''ing (two days before the racr) : 2to 1 agst Meirnn ; 5 to 1 Paradox ; 5 to 1 Xaintrailles; 7 to 1 co!t by Kj'sbor Chopetfre ; 10 to 3 oolt by Hampton— Red Rag; 20 zo 1 Kincwood. Melton (trained at Newmarket by Matthew Daweon) was nun hised prival' ly from Mr R. Howfltt for £600 by hi' prt'S' nt owner, Lord Hastings, aud had run bnr. twice: prior to winning tbo Middle Park Plate last yoai*. His first appearance was made at Ascot, when he won the New Stokes from eight opponents, among them being his afc'iblo companion, Lang well, who was made favourite, and his second e,-say was for the July Stakes at Nnwn>arkrt, for which Luminary bent him by "- head. He won the Middle Pw-k Plato of £3815 from 12 others, of whim Xaintraillos tmishrd acccm), Paradox aud Royal Hampton a dead heat for third place. At Newmarket Houghton he v/on tbe Criterion Stake 5 " of 72(i soys \9 ?t lib), beating soven others. Ha haa since born first favonritp for the Dorby, and ho io the fir-t winner of tho Middle Pa.ik Plato that has won the blue ribbon of the turf. R" ie c- paged m the li'j'om Grand Prizi mid (.he S:. Ljgor, but not in the G. 1 and Pi ix rla Pari3. Paradox was bred by "i^essr^ Graham at the Yardlny Stud, and waa bought at their year ling pale by i aptaiu Bowlins for 700 guinoiia. Oa reaching tv/o ytava of ago he phoned co much pcomi^e thit tho Dnka of Westminc tor gave the larga sum of (iOOO for him, with a cont'ne'oncyof 2000 guineas more nhould he win tho Middle P.uk Plate. That moo mtrkod hia first appearance in publir*, and he scarted a warm favourite in a fWH of 13, but was baatan by both Molton and X^i)itf.\ill^n, running a dead hsaft with R »yal fcl'iinpfcon for third place. The Duke of Weotminßler then in a fit t-f disgust Koid tbe colt to Mr Cloeto, for whom he two or throo webka later won tho D -whursfc Plate, of 1557 boys, beMiug Goes,, XaintraHleo, and seven ofhers. including JT^re well. After this victory, which elided the t'vo-yea' - o'd carocr of Paradox, Mr Cloete wr»s < Sored 10,000 guinoaß for the colt, but declined ih This ya.-.r ho won the Two Thousand Guineas Stakft?, beatiug tho ChopeWo coll, Child o tho M 85, and ofchets. He is (rt^ag^d in the Ep*oin Grani Pii/e, Grand Prix de Paris, Champion Sfcukos, and other valuable stakes, but i^ not ontored for the St. L n ger. R y,U Hampton we take to bo the third horsa though one telegram givfvi as third hojse a colfc by Hampton out of Rd Rag. This lr».Bt narn^-d c jIS is the p'operf.v of G.npral Poarton, and won the Column Produce Stakeu »c Nevy market a f-3vsr woek.-i ago, as will be soon in this iaeuH, R >yal Hampton v/on last year at Sanrjown P.irk the National Breeders' Pioduce Staku« o? 139 C soys, from s^ven others ; raa Eecond to Ry*y Morn in the R'chmoKd Stakea of 1022 sovs--, r.l Goi.dwood ; second to Lanprwdll id Ihf Champagne S'akos ot 840 sovi», :\t Donc^ator ; uoada a do';d hei.t v/ilh Paradox for f'ird p'jice iv the Middle Park Plate, won by Milton ; aud ran ibird in tbe Sundown Park Plat" O-i at S%plin^ Stake 1 ? of 914 sovb, won by Mr W. A. Lo»g'-< Dmub Agnen, with Ifop .scotch second. X -y. 1 11. 1 Hampton is i ngngod in thi' E|>som G-'i:i'l Phk> aud tho Grand P.-iv do P-vrit:, bur not ia th" St. Legar. P^LIO.BS OF THE WINNB/l.

* Tho pedijirao of Dey of Algierj is here ta'sen. t The pedigree of Windhound ia hero taken.

Til". n«.KS PT'KES,

A Bivr-eiTst;ik'"i cf f.o s-iv- oj,ci . t'os- thice-yia'-cilt fi'liei St !Ul> iv n 'ho 'tvn'ii if r'r-.'w; loi fi .8, ii c \.h'v<t 'ftfi ovs fr:m 'tic ritalzcs Oue iv;lj and a-lia 1 Hi now. i.itlous. Lor ! CvJofian' , b f Lou It, !>>■ Htruir. - Anonyms 1 Pf>il3 .. .. .. ..2 t'ij'.pi'Oi a, „ „ .. .. H Tht, sir,™? of the w;n> «>■ "■? The oniy ono that we en id' i nt''y, trcu b 'ing nothing liko<h«i reccud and thud &ivoug th« emrrs, Po'ie bly they miiy bo too ii!l'«3 that; were uunnmeil when'thu outnoij oi'-r-r.d. Tt wilt bn noticed that noilhei' .lunn nor Sitobfl, who r.in second awd third to Farewell in tho On-9 Thousand Guineas Sioke^, h:is j?:.:ned a place in the Oaks, for which FaivveU was not nominated.

Lonely {trained & f c Newmarket by W. G'lbfirf) was bred by Mr 13. Chaplin, and at tho Ncnvmarknl July meeting was purchased by her presont owner, Lord Cade gun, for 530 guinoiis. Hor first public appe,»raace was mada at tho i'iisfc Spring meeting at headquarters, whore, in a nvttcb for 200 soys, she boat the Duke of St Alban'm Clonmsl by five lorgths, the las!" named being in receipt of 71b. At tho Nowm-'rket Second Spring mpoting r,ho won the Blenders' Plate from Grecian Bride, Glonrosa, ann four o'hers, bud afe Ascot could got no ncnur ih-m third for the Twenty seventh Biennial Stakes, Luminary and Child of tha MM filling- flint and second positions respectively. On tho last day of tho meeting Gross Keys defeated hsr by a length for tho Windsor C.v>tle Stakc-i, but at the Newmarket Ju'y meeting Ln^y Clarendon and SirP/umo wen*, down befoie he> % in fcho Exeter Stakes. At G'jodwoo i Lord Oido^in's filly finisliod second -to .Satchel for tho Levant Stakes, and Hurry, in receipt of 31'", beat her by a hoad in n match for 300 soya. TheP/toiy Stakes afc Lawea nexf: fell to hoi" Fhiiro, and at the Doncaster mating sho camei off the R'lua Plate. Afc Newmarket October mooting aho won the Hopaful Slakes of SG7 soys., bm in tho Middle Park Plata Bhs failed to [rain a place. In ibe Dawhurat Plate, wou by Puradox, she was equally unfortunatn ; and oho wound up th" sp;von with still another defont — in the Ghesfce^fi A<l Stakes, of 975 sove, aad Darby, won by Redskin.

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EPSOM SUMMER., Otago Witness, Issue 1751, 13 June 1885

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