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SANDOWN PARK. July 23.

ECLIPSE STAKES, OI 10,onnsov3, wi h oOOsovs for the second ; third saved hie stake 01 HOsovs. About one mile and a-quarter. 2(55 tubs, 103 of whom pay lOsovs ench, 60 of whom pay SOsovs each, and 48 of whom paid (iOsovs each. Mr H T Barclay's br h Beudigo, by Ben Battle— Hasty Girl, Oyrs, 9st 71b .',. (Cannon) 1 Lord Almutons 1> c Candlenins, \>y Hermit— Knsee, .'!yrt. B<ii 711) ... ... (Archer) 2 Mr J Hammond's b h Sb Gatien, liy Rotheihill or The Hover -St Editha, oyrs, 9st "lnlb (Wood) 3 Mr P Aumonl's Fra Diavolo, svrs, 9sfc lib (Webb) 0 Lord Zetland's St Helena, 'ljis, 9st 2lb (Bruckshaw) 0 Duke ot Hamilton's Mis-i Jiimmj', 3yrs, Bst 7lb (Watts) 0 Mr Manton's Gay Hermit, 3yrs, Sst -lib (V Barrett) 0 Mr A Benholm's Braw Lass, 3yrs, Bst lib (J Woodburn) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Cataract, 3vra, Bst lib (ttieVaby) 0 Lord Bradfor I's Martinet, 3vrs, Ssb (C Loates) 0 Uuke of Westminster's Whitetriar, 3yr», Bsfc (G Barrett) 0 Mr J B Hankey's Pinbnsket, 3yrs, 7st lllb (Lashmar) 0 Betting : 6 to 4 agst Bendigo, 9 to 4 St f Gatien, 100 to 7 Gay Hermit, 100 to 6 Candlemas, 20 to 1 each Fra Diavolo and Whitefriar, 100 to 3 Martinet, 40 to 1 each Braw Lass and Miss Jummy, and 200 to 1 St. Helena. Place betting : 6 to 2 agst St. Gation, 9 to 4 on Beudigo, 9 to 4 agst Gay Hermit, 5 to 2 each Fra Diavolo and Candlemas, 4 to 1 Martinet, 6 to 1 each Miss Jummy and Braw Lass, 100 to 15 Whitefriar, and 10 to 1 Cataract. Owing to the fracHousness of Whitefriar it was nearly 20 minutes after the appointed time before the flag fell to a good start. Martinet, who held a position on the inside, was first away, followed by St. Gatien, but the latter was soon steadied, and Martinet settled down in front of Gay Hermit, Braw Lass, Fra Diavolo, St. Gatien, Cataract, Candlemas, and Bendigo, with Mish Jummy next, the last three away being St. Helena, Pinbasket, and Whitefriar. After runuing a furlong Braw Lass took second place to Martinet, and the pair went on from Cataract, Fra Diavolo, St. Gatien, and Gay Hermit, with Bendigo and Candlemas lying at the head of the others, who were whipped in by St. Helena. At the railway pay-gate Cataract and Braw Lass ran up to Martinet, and the three were followed along the far side by Fra Diavolo, Gay Hermit, St. Gatieu, and Bendigo, with Miss Jummy and Candlemas next, and St. Helena still last. Cataract showed the way into the straight, but she was beaten soon after, as were also Martinet and Br;vw Lass, and Fra Diavolo, taking the lead three furlongs from home, was followed by Bendigo, St. Gatien, and Candlemas until half-way up the straight, when Beudigo came out full of running, and won in a canter by three lengths ; half a length separated second and third ; Gay Hermit was fourth, Fra Diavolo fifth, Miss Jummy sixth, St. Helena seventh, Whitefriar eighth, Pinbasket and Martinet next, and Braw Lass last. Time, 2min 12 2-ssec. NATIONAL BREEDERS' PRODUCE! STAKES, Of lOOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each ; breeder of winner received 200sovs, the breeder and owner of the second each lOOsovs, and the breeder and owner of the third each 50sovs out of the stakes ; for two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Lord Savcrnake's eh c Gall ntilp, by Isonomy — Moorhen, Bst lllb (car Bst 12) ... (Webb) 1 Mr F Douglas' Martley, 8.-t lllb ... (Barrett) 2 Mr RII Combe's Maxim, Bst lllb ... (Cannon) 3 Mr A Brisco's Flower Git 1, Sst lllb (Watts) 0 Lord G> eville's Dlablesse (31b). Bst 81b (Wood) 0 Mr G Masterm.iu's f, by Haekthorpe— Antidote, Bstllb ... ... (J Woodburn) 0 Mr Austin's Portsmouth, Sst .lib ... (Wingfield) 0 Betting : 6 to 5 on Gallinule, 9to 2 agst Maxim, 11 to 2 Flower Girl, 10 to 1 Diablesse, and 8 to 1 Msrtley. The Antidote filly cut out thb work from Gallinule, with Martley going next to the distance, when Gallinule joined the leader, and, drawing away in the last hundred yards, won by four lengths ; a head between second and third.

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SANDOWN PARK. July 23., Otago Witness, Issue 1817, 17 September 1886

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SANDOWN PARK. July 23. Otago Witness, Issue 1817, 17 September 1886

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