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RACING IN ENGLAND. NEWMARKET JULY.

July 7, 8, 9.

THE JULY STAKES Of 50 soys each, for two-year-olds ; colts 9st, lillies Bst 111b ; the second received 100 soys, and' tho third saved stake. New T.Y.C. 63 subs. Duke of Westminster's eh c Kendal, by Bend Or — Windermere, 9s ... ... ((* Barrett) l Prince Soltykoff ' s eh 0 Mephiato, by Robert the Devil— Meg Merrilies, Ost „. 1 (CWood) 2 Lord Calthorpe's eh f Sfce Alvere, by HermitAdelaide, Bsfc lid ... ... (FWebb) 3 Lord Ellesmere's b f Cataract, Bst 111b (Giles) 0 Mr Manton's brc St. Miriu.flst ... (Watts) 0 Lord Hnsfcing'e b c Senton, 9st ... (F Archer) 0 Mr 0 J Lefevre's b c Calais, Oat (Wainwright) 0 Lord Rosebery'B bl c Kaunitz, fist (T Cannon) 0 Mr Lde Rofchchild's eh c Aerides, Ost (F Barrett) 0 Betting: 4 to 1 agst St. Mirin, 9 to 2 Cataract, 9 to 2 Mephisto, 11 to 2 Ste Alvere, 8 to 1 Kendal, 10 to 1 Seaton, 100 to 8 Calais, 100 to 8 Aerides. Kendal was the quickest off the mark, and made play for a couple of hundred yards, when he resigned to Cataract, who had a berth to herself on the right, and was followed by Kaunitz and Aerides, with St. Mirin and Sto Alvere in their heels. Tho Stockbridge opponents, Mephisto and Kendal, settled down side by side on the left, and Seaton brought up the rear to the Plantation, where Cataract and St. Mirin were beaten. The • command was then obtained by Mephisto, his successors beiug Kendal, Kaunitz, and Ste Alvere until half way down the hill, when Keudal challenged, and in so doing hung towards Mephisto. He was

quickly straightened! however, and wearing thd •pink jacket down in the last hundred yards, he. won a good race by three-parts of a length/ with Ste Alvere, who was staying on to the end, beaten by the same for second place.' Time, 1 mm, 14 sec, Value of the stokes, £1870. THE JULY CUP, Value 300 soys;; weight for age, with penalties and allowances. Last six'furlongs of B.M. Cnpt Machell's eh h Energy, by Sterling— • Cherry Duchess, 5 yrs, 9sfc 71b ;(F Archer) 1 Lord Ellesmere's b h Highland Chief, by Hampton Corrie, 5 ,yrs, 9et 9'b ... (G Barrett) 2 Mr Adrian'? b h' The Prince, by Balfe—Lady Sophie,'s yrs, 9st lib ... (J Watts) 3 Mr G Arden'B Glen Albyn, aged, 9st 41b, / (CLoates) 0 Betting: 75 to 20 on Energy, 100 to 12 agst Glen Albyn, 10 to 1 The Prince, 33 to 1 Highland Chief. Glen Albyn showed the way from The Prince and Energy to> the corner of the plentation,when The.Prince assumed the command, and Energy- went on second. The favourite was then pulling over the leader until passing the stand, when he drew out,' and won in the commonest of canters by three-parts of a length from Highland Chief, who came with a rush and beat The Prince by a head for second position, I Glen Albyn losing third place by the same. THE CHESTERFIELD STAKES Of 30 soys each, for two-year-olds;' colfcs v Bsfc 101b, j Allies Bst 71b; winners extra; the second re- 1 eeived 100 soys, and the third saved stake. Las five furlongs of B.M. 62 subs. Duke of Portland's b f Modwena, by Galopin— - Mdwerina, 9st . ' • -_'.i a> , . (O Wood) 1 Mr R H Combe's brc Volta, by Blair Afchol—Electric Light, Bst 101b ;.. ... (T Cannon) 2 Lord HaldQn's,br,J'Storm Light, by Chevron— " Light, Bst 71b ... ...* (Giles) 3 Mr A C'Barclay's b f Falnise, Bsfc 71b ' ' (Rossiter) 0 Mr J HHouldsworth's b cjiy- Springfield—Morgiana, Bsfc 101b ... ... .(JGoater) 0 Mr Manton's eh f Helen of Troy, 9st ' (J! Watts) 0 Mr R Peck's b c Hawksfcone, Bst 101b (F Archer) 0 Mr Bgerton'sbfiDamigella, 9st ('... $}Barratt) 0 Mr R Booth's b c'by Doncaster-rMida, Bsfc 101b , - , , „ (Wain,wright) 0 Betting: 13 to§ agst Hawkstone, 7to 2 Modwena, 8 to 1 Helen of • Troy, 8 to 1 Storm Light, 8 to 1 Falaise, lO.to I Volta. After a slight .delay, caused by the fractiousness of Damigella,, Modwena, Storm Light, and Hawkstone jumped off. in a line on the left. Before they,had.,run 50 yards Hawkstone broke a blood vessel.and dropped,back rapidly, leaving Modwena in slight command of Storm Light. The pair soon changed places, and were followed by Falaise and Volta in the centrej these being; clear of, the Mida colt, the Morgiana colt, anc Pamigella on the" right.. With Falaise beatea 1 below Jhe distauoe, the race was then confined to the placed trio, of whom Modwena went ahead opposite the stand, and. won easily by a. length from Volta, a head dividing second and third; Falaise was' fourth, Helen* of Troy fifth, Hawkstone sixth, and the Mida colt last. Time. Imin9sec Value of the stakes, £1170. 1

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RACING IN ENGLAND. NEWMARKET JULY., Otago Witness, Issue 1762, 29 August 1885

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