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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER.

September 29, 30, October 1, 2. HOPEFUL STAKES, Ot 10 soys each, with 200 added. For two-year-olds. Colts, Sst 101b ; fillies, Sst 71b ; with penalties and allowances- (Five furlongs.) Mr Manton's b c Gay Hermit, by Hermit— Doll Tearsheet, 9st 51b ... (F Archer) 1 Duke of Portland's b t Modwena, by Galopin — Mowerina, 9st 2lb ... ... (C Wood) 1 M Lupin's b c Phoebus, by Saxifrage— Ermeline, Sst 101b ... ... ...(JGoater) 3 Mr Douglas Baird's Athelling, Bst 101b (T Cannon) 0 Duke of Hamilton's Stupid, Sst 101b (J Watts) 0 Betting : 13 to Bon Modwena, 3to 1 agst Gay Hermit, 10 to 1 Atheling, 100 to 8 Phoebus. Gay Hermit, on the left, was in front for about three hundred yards, when Modwena drew out with a clear command, Phoebus lying third, on the right, and Stupid bringing up the rear. At the Bushes Gay Hermit looked in trouble, as Archer was already hard at work, but he struggled gamely under punishment, aild with Modwena swerving in the last few strides, Gay Hermit just reached her and made a dead heat. SEVENTH GREAT FOAL STAKES, Of 15 soys each, with 800 added. For three-yeitr-olds. Colts, Bsfc 121b: iillies, Bst 91b; with penalties and allowances. Second received .300 soys, and third 200 soys, and breeder of the winner 100 soys out of the stakes. Entrance, 5 soys. A.F. (1 mile 2 furlongs 73 yards). Lord Hastings' b c Melton, by Master Kildare — Violet Melrose, {Ist 51b •... (F Archer) 1 Lord Hastings' br c Pearl Diver, by Master Kil- . dare— Three Pearls, Sst 121b (Lashmar) 2 Mr Brisco's eh or ro c Wastdale, by Glendale — Isabel, Sst 121b ... ... ... (J Watts) 3 Lord Ellesmere's Ravine, Bst 91b (G Barrett) 0 Mr J H Honldsworth's Golden Light, Bst 41b (Booty) 0 Lord Hastings declared to win with Melton. Betting : 25 to lon Melton. Ravine cut out the work at her best pace, and was followed by Wastdale and Golden Light, with Pearl Diver bringing up the rear just behind her stable companion. They ran thus to the Bushes, where Ravine was spun out, and Melton having immediately afterwards assumed the command, he waited in front for Wastdale until very close, home, when Pearl Diver got into second place, the " crack " winning, hard held, by a length ; a neck dividing second and third. Time, 2 mm. 24 2-5 sec. Value of stakes, £1815. GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY HANDICAP, A sweepstake of 15 soys each, with 300 soys added. (Sis furlongs). Mr T Jenning's eh f Jane, by Phoenix — Jeanie, 3 yrs, 3st 121b ... ... " (T Loates) 1 1 Mr A Benholm's b c Hopscotch, by Hopbloom — . Duchess of Edinburgh, 3 yrs, Gst Sib (Wall) 2 Mr Manton's eh c Stourwick, by Julius Casiir — Avomwek, 3 yrs, (sst ... (Robinson) 3 Captain Machell's Energy, 5 yrs, 9st 12lb . » > (F Archer) 0 Lord lliutington's Corunna, 5 yrs, Sst 31b (Lashmar) 0 Mr Hungerford's Rosy Morn, 3 yrs, 6st Blb ' • (Rickaby) 0 Mr Craven's Caltha, 4 yrs, 6st 51b ( J E Tomlisson 0 Betting : 11 to 8 agst Energy, 11 to 2 Calthas 11 to 2 Hopscotch, 100 to 8 Corunna, 100 to 6 any other. > The flag fell without a failure, and Energy/ on the left, made play for a couple of hundred yards, when he was pulled back, and Rosy Morn' took up the running in the centre, attended by Hopscotch and Caltha, with Corunna and Energy following side by side, and Jane 'bringing up the rear. As they crossed the Bushes Hill Caltha vanished from the front, and her place was immediately taken by Jane, who followed Rosy Morn, Hopscotch, and Stourwick down the hill. In the Abingdon Mile Bottom Rosy Morn collapsed, and with Energy also in. 1 trouble. Jane gradually got the best of Hopscotoh and Stourwick aud won an excibing race by half a length, the same separating second and third. Time, 1 mm. 17 2-5 sec. NEWMARKET •OCTOBER HANDICAP, Of 1500 sens and 100 to the second, by subscription of 20 soys each. A. P. (1 mile 2 fin-longs 73 yards), < M JI Ephrussi's eh f Bnrberine, by Stracchino— . Baretta, 3 yrs, Gs>t 81b (j E Tomlisson) 1 Lord Liu.celles b t Clochette, by Camballo—Carillon, I yrs, 7st (311) ... ' ... (Lashmar) 2 Cnpt Wurdle's b f Merry Duchess, by Speculum— (irand Duchess, 3 yrs, Cist 61b *' ... (Wall) 3 Mr L de Rothschild's Lucerne, 5 yrs, Sst 71b (T Cannon) 0 Mr F Morton's Dalmeny, 5 yrs., Bst 51b (E Martin) 0 Mr Mainley's Pi/.arro, -1 yrs, Bst 31b (C Wood) 0 Mr Houlds'worth's Royal Fern, 4 yrs, 7st 81b (J Wooabum) 0 Col Crewe-Read's Kinsky, 4 yrs, 7st lib (F Barrett) 0 Duke ol Si. Alban's Bellona, 3 yrs, list' 6lb (H Arnull) Q Chev Ginistrelli's Onesto, 3 yrs, Cst 31b (Riokaby) 0 Loid Ha.i'tington's Monolith, 3 yrs, 6st (W Dunn) 0 Baron ilo Hirsch's Glimmer, 3 yrs, sst. 101b (T Loates) 0 Duke ot Beauiort'h Forio, 3 yrs, ss(; 101b' : (Robinspn) Q Betting : 9 to 4 agst Kinsky, Bto 1 Lucerne, 10 to 1 Barberine, 10 to 1 Dalmeny, JOO to f Pizarro, 100 to 7 Clochette," HO to 6 Qnesto, 100 to 6 Merry Duchess, 2Q t 1 Qliinrner, 2P to 1 Forio, 20 to 1 Bellona. Kinsky, on the inside, cut out the work from Clochette, Merry Duchess, Glimmer, and Forio, these being followed by Barberine, Onesto, Royal Fern, and Dalmeny, with Pizarro and Lucerne in the rear. This order was pretty well maintained to the T.Y.C. winn ng-post, when Merry Duchess deprived Kinsky of the command, and the pair went on from Clochette, Barberine, and Forio to the Bushes, when the French filly, who was in the middle of the course, pulled her way to the head of affairs. The race was over from this point, as Barberine had cleared her opponents in the Abingdon Mile Bottom, and keeping it up to the end, won easily from Clochette by three lengths, four lengths dividing' second' and, third. Time by Benson's chro.nogrqpti, 2min. 16sec. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of 15 soys each, with 600 soys added (500 scjvs to, the winner and 100 to the nominator of winner) lor two year olds; colts Bst 101b, lillies Bst 71b; winners extra ; (5 furlongs). Mr R H Combe's br c Volta, by Blair Athol— Electric Light;, 9st lib ... (G Barrett) 1 Mr Manton's. b c Oberon, by Galppin— Wheel of Fortune, Bst 101b ... (J Snowden) 2 Lord Cadogan's br c Kauuitz, by Kisber—llluminata, Sst 101b (car Sst 111b) ... (F Webb) 3 Mr J H Houldsworth's Sunrise, Sst 121b (J Watts) 0 Mr C J Letevre's Trident, Sst 101b ( J X Tomlisson) 0 Loidßosebery's Kostcr, Sst 101b (T Cannon) 0* Mr Mainley's St George, Bst 101b (C Wood) 0 Duke of Westminster's Kendal, 9st lib (F Archer), 0 Betting .- 13 to 8 on Kendal, 5 to 2 agst Sunrise, 100 to 6 Volta, 100 to 6 Kaunitz, 20 ,tq 1 Oberon, 33 to 1 any other. Kendal and Sunrise jumped off together on, the left, and made joint running from Kaunitz, Oberon, and Volta until commencing the descent of the hill, when the favourite began tp labour, and Kaunitz drew to the head of affairs. 5He now went on, pulling double, from Sunrise, Oberon, and Volta until rising from the Abingt don Mile, when Sunrise compounded, and Yfith Kaunit7, coming back to and Obprpjjj Mr. Combe's colt' won a good race by half a length 5 the suvne distance between second and third.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1775, 28 November 1885

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