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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. October 14, 15. THE MIDDLE PARK PLATE, Of 500 soys, added t.o a sweepstakes of 30 soys each, for two-year-olds ; colts, Sst 101b; fillies and geldings, Sst 71b ; winners of a stake value 1000 soys to carry 71b; of one value 500 aovs, 41b extra ; tho second horse to receive 200 soys, and the third 100 soys out of the stakes ; entrance, 5 soys ; if over 100 subscribers the surplus entrance money will be divided between the second and third. Bretby Stakes Course. 121 subs. Mr Vj'iier's b c Minting, T>y Lord Lyon— Mint Sauce ... ... ... „. l

Mr A. Benholm's eh f Braw Lass, by See Saw— Princess Louise Victoria ... ... ... 2' Mr Cliildwick's eh c Saraband, by Muncaster— Highland Fling ..., ... •» * After Minting had won the Prince of Wales Stakes at Goodwood " Bleys" wrote as follows iir Bell's Life: — The impression made by Mr Vyner's colt, winner of the Prince of Wales' Stakes, was so favourable, that some do not hesitate to assert that he would prove a match for Saraband even at present ; whilst one of the best judges is, I know, of opinion that when thoroughly wound up he will prove himself one of the best horses within men's memory. This ib a startling statement: but as mentioned yesterday all lines that can be drawn froui public running point to the excellence of Minting. Not only had his sire, Lord Lyon, proved a failure at the stud up to the period of being visited by Mint Sauce, but he was, I am assured, at that time in a sadly crippled condition, and great, indeed, is the lottery of racehorse breeding, Should Minting and Saraband meet in the Chnmpagne Stakes at Doncaster — they are engaged together at York also — the annafe of even that celebrated stake will afford no parallel to the excitement created by such a stirring encounter. After considerable experience of moderate racehorses it has been Mr Vyner's fortune to own a colt (The Lambkiu) capable of winning the St. Leger, and to follow that up by bringing out in the next season a two-year-old that, if the estimate formed of him by experienced people be well founded, may turn out a second Plenipotentiary. I hope they are correct in their suppo- ' sition, and that like "Plenipo," Minting may win the Derby, and meet no such fate as befell Mr Batson's celebrated horse in the St. Leger. PEDIGREE OP THE ST. LEGER WINNER.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1770, 24 October 1885

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1770, 24 October 1885

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