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RACING IN ENGLAND.

GOODWOOD, Jtoy 27, 28, 29. THE STEWARDS' CUP, Value SOOsovs, added to a handicap sweepstakes of lOsovseaoh. Three-quarters of a mile. Captain MachelPs b c Crafton. by Klsber—Ohopette, 4yrs, 7st lllb [allowed 51b] (Edwards) 1 Mr W S M«nzies' b c How's That (late Beitzmer), by Umpire— Magdalene, 3yrs, 6st 131b (J Woodburn) 2 Mr Lde Rothschild's b h Lucerne, by Fetterlock — Metz, 6yrs, Bst 6lb ... ... (F Barrett) 3 Lord Hastings' Melton. 4yrs, lOst 61b (F Archer) 0 Mr Hunfjerford's Brighton, 4yrs, 9st (J Goater) 0 Mr JO'NeJll's Mallow. 4yrs, fist ... (J Watts) 0 Mr Lefevre's Present Times, 4yrs, Bst 131b (FWebb) 0 General Owen Williams' Hambletonian, syrs, Bst 61b ... ... ... (OWood) 0 Lord Hartington's Corunna, 6yrs, Bst 51b (Lashraar) 0 Mr Manton's Loved One, 3yrs, Bst 31b (Wilton) 0 Mr R H Combe's Volta, 3yrs, 7st 101b (Rickaby) 0 Sir G Chetwynd's Fullerton, 3yrs, 7sfc 2lb [allowed 61b] ... ... ... (Howard) 0 Lord Allngton's Master Jones, 3yrs, 7st 61b (White) 0 Mr W Dunne's Mellifont, 3yrs, 7nt 71b (G Barrett) 0 Mr R OariDgton's Petersham, 4yrs, 7st 31b (Luke) 0 Mr J Corlett's Invictiis, 3vrs, 7st lib (Chaloner) 0 Mr A Cooper's Cardinal Wolsev, 3yrs, 6st lllb S r R Jardine's Johnnie Whimple, 3yis, 6st 51b tallowed 51b] ... ... (Weedy) 0 Lord Howe's Orange Blossom, 3yrs, 6st 71b Colonel Cave's Recluse, 3yrs, 66t 71b _ , (G Woodburn) 0 Bord Rosebery's c by Dutch Skater— Duchess of Parma, 3yrs, 6st 41b „ .. ... (Warne) 0 Duke of Hamilton* Assignation, 3yrs, 6st 121b [allowed 51b] ... ... (Grey) 0 Mr T Cannon's Tib, Sjrß, 6st 31b ... (Robinson) 0 ,Byrs,6sis2l^, Byrs, 6sis 2l^ (Dunn.) 0 Mr Maxim* o«tarl§Kl, 3yre, lit Tib [altowVd 8i&1

Betting : 4 to 1 agst Melifont, 6 to 1 Master Jones, 7 to 1 Hambletonian, 100 to 14 Melton, 8 to 1 Cardinal Wolsey, 100 to 7 Present Times, 25 to 1 How's That ; 33 to 1 each Lucerne, Volta, and Loved One ; 40 to 1 each Mallow, Crafton, Johnnie Whimple, Ducneas of Parma colt, and Tib ; 50 to 1 each Corunua, Orange Blossom, Recluse, and Stourfield ; and 100 to 1 any other.

When the flag fell to a moderate start, How's That and Corunna jumped off on the right in advance of Mallow- in the centre, and these were followed by Tib, Present Times, and Sagitta. In the heels of this lot laid Hambletonian, with Loved One, Volta, and Crafton just behind Mallow, in the centre lying Cardinal Wolsey in their track. To the left were Stourfield, Recluse, Melton, Master Jones, and Mellifont, | while Assignation, who showed temper on going Ito the post, was a long way last. In descending the hill How's That cleared Corunna, and they went on from Tib, Present Times, and Mallow to the corner of the rails, whore Lucerne and Crafton improved their positions, and with plenty of room next the rails Hambletonian's colours began to look a little prominent. On the other hand Melton, Master Jones, and Mellifont were labouring under difficulties, while Cardinal Wolsey was in a bad place, with little chance of improvement. In approaching the distance Lucerne took second position to How's That, and Corunna also gave way in turn to ! Crafton, Tib, Present Times, and Hambletonian, of whom Craftou, after heading Lucerne opposite the stand, rapidly raced" How's That down and won by two lengths ; half as far again dividing second and third, Tib was fourth, the j last three being Volta, the Duchess of Parma j colt, and Mellifont, excepting Assignation, who j gallowed into the crowd, and besides throwing her boy injured' two or three people. Time, Imin 18 4-ssec. THE RICHMOND STAKES, Of 25aova each, with 590 added, for two-year-olds — colts Bst 101b, fillies 86t 71b ; winners extra ; second received 200sovs, and third 100 out of the B takes. Three-quarters of a mile. Lord Zetland's b <? Panzerschiff , by Wenlock— Spießehchiff , 9ut 21b ... ... (J Watts) 1 Mr A Benholm'sbrc Freshwater, by Beaudesert— Breakwater, 9st 2lb ... ... (F Webb) 2 Mr R B Brett's b f Agnostic, by Rosicruoian— Bonnie Agnes, Bst 71b ... ... (G Barrett) 3 Mr T Jennings' Dartmoor, Bsfc 131b (J Goater) 0 Sir G Ohetwynd's Sfcetchworfch, 98t21b (OWood) 0 Betting : 15 to 8 on Panzerschiff, 7to 1 agst any other.* Dartmoor led for a hundred yards, when Panzerschiff took np the running from him, and the pair raced down the hill in advance of Freshwater on the right and Agnostic on the left. They ran thus until half way up the straight, after which Dartmoor retired, and the favourite going on to the end won easily by ' three lengths from Freshwater ; the same distance between second and third. Stetchworth ' was last. Value of the stakes, £1237. j THE CHESTERFIELD OUP (HANDICAP), Value 30050V6, added to a sweepstakes of ISsovs each, i One mile and a-quarter. Mr Child.wick'B eh c Saraband, by Muncaster— Highland Fling, 3yrs, Bat slb ... (OWood) 1 Mr W S Menzies' b c How's That (late Beitzmer), by Umpire— Magdalene, 3yrs, 6st 91b (J Woodburn) 2 Mr G Lambert's eh h Gonfalon, by HamptonPanoply, syrs, 6st 81b ... ... (Robinson) 3 Lord Hattings* Melton, 4yra, lOat 61b (F Archer) 0 Colonel O J Ore we Read's Kinsky, syrs, 9st 31b ( J Watts) 0 Mr D Baird's Bird of Freedom, 4yrs, 9st lib (FWebb) 0 Lord Oadogan's Lonely, 4yrs, Bst7lb (Cannon) 0 Duke of Westminster c Cambusmore, syrs, Bst 31b (G Barrett) 0 Mr Manton's Loved One, 3yrs, Bst ... (Wilton) 0 Chevalier Ginistrelli's Raffaello, syra, 7sfc 81b (Crowfcher) 0 Mr Childwick's Le Caissier, 3yrs, 7st 21b (Allsopp) 0 Mr H T Barclay's Runnymede, 4yrs, 7st 31b (White) 0 Mr Sassoon's Theodore, 3yrs, 7st 21b (F Barrett) 0 Sir G Chetwynd's Fullerton, 3yrs, 6st 101b 1 (Howard) 0 General Owen Williams 1 Lisbon, 3yrs, 6st 81b (Weedy) 0 | Mr Somers' Wine Sour, 3yrs, 6st 71b (Calder) 0 Mr Childwick declared to win with Saraband. [ Betting : 4to 1 agst Saraband, 6to 1 Theodore, 100 to 14 How's That, 8 to 1 Cambusmore, 100 to 12 Melton, 10 to 1 Gonfalon, 100 to 7 Lisbon, 100 to 6 Kinsky, and 25 to 1 Raffaello. Three or -four unimportant breaks away preceded the start, in which Bird of Freedom jumped off from Theodore, How's That, Raffaello, and Le Caissier, with Loved One next, and Runneymede last, behind Melton and Lonely. In the first quarter of a mile Raffaello drew into second place, Theodore, Le Cassier, and Lisbon going on next from How's That, Cambusmore, Gonfalon, Loved One, and Saraband. Before reaching the top of the hill How's That shot to the head of affairs, and was attended by Le Caissier, Raffaello, Wine Sour, and Theodore until entering the straight, when Le Caissier took close order. The pair then came on from Wine Sour, Bird of Freedom, Theodore, Gonfaloß, Cambusmore, Fullerton, and Kinsky, with Lisbon on the left, having Melton in his track. A little less than half a mile from home Le Caissier dropped away, and How's That was pressed on to the rails by Theodore and Gonfalon, with Saraband waiting at the heels of the leader, and Lisbon, Bird of Freedom, Fullerton, and Melton the most prominent of the remainder. As they approached the distance the weight told upon Melton, and Theodore having died out Gonfalon continued to follow How's That to the commencement rif the stand, when Saraband came through, and soon getting the bettor of How's That won easily by a length and a half, four lengths dividing second and third. Lisbon was fourth. Time, 2min 17sec. THE SUSSEX STAKES, Of 25sovs each, with 500 added, for three-year-olds — colts Bst 101b, fillies Bat 71b— with penalties and allowances ; second received 200sovs and third 100 out of the stakes. New mile. Mr G Lambert's b c Chelsea, by Oremorne—Da,lham Lass, Bet -Mb ... ... (J Goater) 1 Mr V R Graham's br c St Mirin, by HermitLady Paramount, 9st lib ... (JWatts) 2 Prince Soltykoff's eh c Mephisto, by Robert the Devil— Meg Merrilies, Bst 131b ... (T Cannon) 3 Lord Alington's Candlemas , 9st lib (F Archer) 0 Mr D Baird's St Michael, fst 101b ... (G Barrett) 0 Mr Manner's St George, Bst 51b ... (F Barrett) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Candlemas, 11 to 4 Mephisto, 85 to 20 St. Michael, 5 to 1 St. Mirin, and 100 to 8 Chelsea (o). The signal was given at the first attempt, and St. Michael cut out the work from Candlemas and Mephisto, side by side, with St. Mirin next and Chelsea last. In this order they travelled for a quarter of a mile, when Candlemas drew up to St. Michael's girths, and they entered the straight three or four lengths in advance of Mephisto, who was as far ahead of St. Mirin and Chelsea. Before enteric g the rails Mephisto pulled his way into close attendance upon the two leaders, who were in trouble at the commencement of the rails. But they managed to struggle on to below the distance, where Mephisto and St. Mirin passed them, but the latter had no sooner collared Mephisto than he j was himself compelled to resign to Chelsea, who woo easily at last by a length and a half, twice

as far separating second and third. Candlemas was fourth. Value of the stakes, £1332. \ -[THE PRINCE OF WALES' STAKES (POST SWEEPSTAKES), Of 200sovs each, for two-year-old «— colts 9st, fillies Sst 111b — with breeding allowances ; second saved stake. Three-quarters of a mile. Mr Manton'B eh c Timothy, by Hermit — Lady Masbam, 9xt ... ... (J Goater) 1 Mr R ( B Brett's b f Agnostic, by Rosicrucian— Bonnie Agnes, Sst lllb ... (G Barrett) 2 Lord Bradford's Glide, Bst 81b ... (F Barrett) 0 Baron de Hirsch's Tamberlik. Sst 111b (Lnshmar) 0 Mr J H Houldsworth's f by Springfield— Ludy Morgan, Bst lllb ... ... (T Cannon) 0 Lord Zetland's St Crispin, 9st ... (Watts) 0 Lard Calthorpe's Florentine, 9sfc ... (F Archer) disq. Betting : 5 to 4 agst Florentine, Bto 1 Timothy, and 8 to 1 each Agnostic and St. Crispin. Tamberlik cut out the work from Florentine ' and St. Crispin on the right, with Timothy in the centre, Agnostic and Glide on the left, and the Lady Morgan filly in the rear. They proceeded thus until half way up the rai}s, when Tamberlik dropped back, leaving Florentine and Timothy in front of St. Crispin and Agnostic to below the distance, when the Lady Morgan filly improved her position. But the race was always confined to Florentine and Timothy, and although when Archer called upon the favourite he swerved towards the other, and thereby temporarily lost a slight lead, he was soon set straight again, and won easily by a neck ; two lengths between second and third. The Lady Morgan filly was fourth, St. Crispin fifth, and Tamberlik last. An objection to the winner on the grounds of " boring " was decided in favour of Timothy. Value of the stakes, £2700. THE GOODWOOD CUP, Value 300sov«, added to a subscription of 20sovs each ; weight forage, with penalties and allowances. Two miles and a-half. 14 subs. Mr R Peck's eh c The Bard, by Petrarch — Magdalene, by Syrian, 3yrs, 7st 71b ... (0 Wood) w.o. THE BOUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of 20bov8 each, with 500 added for the owner, and lOOsovs for tho nominator of the winner, for two-year-olds— colts Bst 10lb, fillies Bst 71b, with penalties • and allowances ; second received lOOsovs out of the stakes. Three-quarters of a mile. 114 subs. Mr T Jennings', jun, b f Mamia, by Speculum— Mayfly, 9st 31b ... ... (T Cannon) li Mr R H Combe's bl or br c Maxim, by Peter — Electric Light, Bst 71b... ... (Rickaby) 2 Mr R Crest's eh c Diavolo, by Robert the Devil— Nella, Bst 131b ... ... (O Loates) 3 Mr D Baird's Maize, Bst 41b ... (G Barrett) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Reve dOr, Bst 71b (Wilton) 0 Mr Hungerford's Pierrepont, Sst 101b (O Wood) 0 Mr B O Godfrey's Tim Bobbin, BBt 71b (Morrell) 0 Lord Hartington'e Isoceles, Bst 71b (J Goater) 0 .VrT Jennings' Dartmoor, Bst 131b (FWebb) 0 Lord Laacelle3' Whittington, Bst 101b (J Watts) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Luciana, Bst 41b (F Barrett) 0 Betting : 3to 1 agst Luciana, 11 to 2 Pierrepont, 6 to 1 Mamia, 100 to 14 Maize, 8 to 1 lFOceles, 10 to 1 Maxim, 100 to 8 Diavolo and Reve dOr, 20 to 1 Dartmoor and Whittington, and 50 to 1 Tim Bobbin. Pierrepont, on the right, cut out the work from Luciana and Maxim, these being followed on the left by Maize, with Diavolo, Whittington, and Isosceles heading the others, who were whipped-in by Mamia and Tim Bobbin. The first departures from the front rank were Luciana and Maize, and after entering the rails Pierrepont was attended by Maxim and Diavolo and then came Isosceles and Whittington, to below the distance, when Mamia drew into fourth place on the immediate left of Pierrepont. The latter was in trouble approaching the stand, and with Maxim then assuming»the command Mamia waited until close home, when she made her effort and won cleverly by 'a head, three lengths dividing second and third. Value of the stakes, £1927. THE SINGLETON PLATfii, Of 300sovs, by subscription of lOsovs each ; weight for age, with penalties and allowances. The new mile. Mr R Peck's eh c The Bard, by Petrarch — Magdalene, by Syrian, 3yrs, Bst 51b ... (C Wood) 1 Duke of Westminster's eh c Whitefriar, 3yrs, Bst 51b ... ... ... (G Barrett) 2 Betting: 9 to 1 on The B§rd, who jumped off with a clear lead, which he increased as he went on, and won in a common canter by 10 lengths.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1818, 24 September 1886

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