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racing in England. NEWMARKET JULY.

July 6, 7, 8. THE JULY STAKES, Oi 50SOV8 each, for two-year-olds ; colts 9st, allies Bst 111b; second received lOOsovs, and third saved Bfake.8 f ake. NewT.Y.O. Mr D Baird's eh c Enterprise, by Sterling — Sister to King Alfred. 9st ... ...(F Archer) 1 Mr J A Craven's b c Hugo, by Balfe— Cockle-hell, 9st ... ... ... (T Cannon) 2 Mr Abington's b f St. Mary, by Hermit— Adelaide, Bstlllb ... ... ...(J Watts) 3 G--n. O. Williams' eh cVntioin. flat ... (Tashmar) 0 Duk* of Hamilton's eh c Juggin*, 9st (J W.mdburn) 0 Lord Hnrtingron'soh cTsosclps, 9't ...(<roater) 0 Baron de Hlrsch's b f April Fool, Bst 111b fOWond) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Enterprise, 2 to 1 Hugo ;a,IOO; a ,lOO to 30 St. Mary, 10 to 1 April Fool. April Fool was leading for a hundred yards, when Wood steadied her, and Enterprise went out with a clear command of Hugo and St. Mary. This trio were soon a long way ahead of

the remainder, and although Enterprise swerved a little to the left in descending the hill, neither Hugo nor St. Mary could take any ad. vantage of it, and he won easily by four lengths from Mr Craven's colt ; a bad third. Value of the stakes, £1380. THE JULY CUP, Value3oosovs, by subscription of lOsova each, with the remaind-r add<-d by thrt club; weight for age, with penalties and allowances. Six fur ongs. Lord Hastings' b c Melton, by Master Kildare Violet Melrose, 4yrs. 9st 131b ...(F Archer) 1 Mr H Hungerford's b c Brighc^n, by R gicrucian ,/~ Be i 1 ? > 4vrs - 9sfc lllb - ...(CWood) 2 Mr it C Nay or'a b h tulmen, by Galopiu— LiffhtT ni »g.6y».«»t,Hb (J Watts) 8 Lord lilleimere'i Highland Chief. Oyre, Pat lib „,,. _ , „ (G Barrett) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Melton, 3 to 1 Brighton, 9 to 2 Fulmen, 11 to 2 Highland Highland Chief cut out th« work on the left for nearly a quarter of a mile, when Melton passed him on the right, with Fulmen going on third, and Brighton bringing up the rear five or six lengths behind Highland Chief In descending the hill Brighton gradually closed up, and from the foot of the hill he helped Fulmen to challenge Melton, and looked dangerous for a few strides, but Lord Hastings' colfc shook them off opposite the stand, and won easily at the finish by three lengths from Brighton, who saved his stake by three parts of a length from Fulmen. THE OHKSTERFIELD STAKES, Of SOs^vs each, f>r two-year-olds; cots Bst 101b fiilles >-st 7lb; winners extra; s c nd r>ceived lOOsovs, and tirird saved stake. Five furlongs. Mr A Benholm's br «Fre*hwter,byßeaudeserfc— Breakwat-r, 8s 1 101b (car Bst lllb) „.(F Webb) 1 Mr R H Coombe's br or blk c Maxim, by Peter— Electric Light, Bst 101b ... ...(liannon) 2 Duke of Westminster's eh f Freedom, by Bend Or - Freia, Bat 7lb ... ...({) Barrett) 3 Sir G Chetwynds' b cStetchworth, 9sfc 3lb Mr C J Lefevre's blk f Bilbaude, Bst 71b °° d) ° „ ... _ , „ „, (J E Tomlisson) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 on Stetchworth, 100 to 15 agst Freshwater, 10 to 1 Freedom, 10 to 1 Maxim. Freshwater, on the right, made running from Bilbaude on the left, with Stetchworth and Freedom closely following, and Maxim bringing up the rear. In this order they proceeded until half way up the hill, when Bilbaude retired, and with Stretchworth next in difficulties, Freshwater was challenged in turn by Freedom and Maxim, which pair changed places in the last fifty yards, although Freshwater at the same time held his own, and won eleverlybya length* a head between second and third. Value of stakes, £960.

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racing in England. NEWMARKET JULY., Otago Witness, Issue 1814, 27 August 1886

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