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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER. Sbptejibbk 28, 29, 30, October 1. gheat foal stakes, Of 15sov8 each, .with 700 added . s cond received ;Wo=ovb. the third 200<<ovs, and the nominator of the wiuner lOOaovs out of ihe stakes ; A.F.; 115 subs. Duke of iVeatminster's b c Ormonde, by Bend Or —Lily Agnes. 9»t slb ... ... (Archer) 1 Prince Soltykoff's Mephisfco, Bst 121b (Oanuou) 2 Duke i f Westminster's Whitetriar, Bst 121b (G. Barrett) 3 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's c, by Springfield— Morglana ... ... ... (Laehmar) 0 Betting : 6tol on Ormonde. The Morgiana colt made the running from Mephisto and Ormonde till a quarter of a mile from home, where Whitefriar drew up. Mephisto and Ormonde then came away clear of the others. One huudred yards from the finish Ormonde, who had beeu hard held all the way, was allowed his head, and, shooting away, won by three lengths ; a bad third. TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES, Of JOsovs each, with 300 added, and SOsovs for the breeder of the winner ; A.*\; 75 subs. Mr Manton'a b c Gay Herjnit, by He mit— Doll Tearsheet, 95t... ... ... (Archer) 1 Prince Soltykoff 'b Argo Navis, Bst 111b (Cannon) 2 Lord Bradford's Martinet, 9- 1 ... (Osborue) 3 Gen. O -en Williams' Pretty Pace Bst 111b (Wood) 0 Lord Zetland's Grey Friars, 9st ... (Watts) 0 Prince Soltykoffs Counterfeit, Bat 111b (Arnull) 0 Betting : 11 to Bon Gay Hermit, 7 to 2 agst Argo Navis, 8 to 1 Martinet, 10 to 1 Grey Friars, and 20 to 1 each Counterfeit and Pretty Face. Counterfeit on the far side made the running from Martinet wide on the right. Pretty Face in the centre, and Argo Navis with Gay Hermit aud Gr y Friars in the rear on the lower ground. Coming up the hill towards the Bushes Grey Friars and Gay Hermit drew up to the others, and at the bottom of the hill the lot were in a cluster. Opposite the stand Gay Hermit drew up level with Argo Navis, who had by this time taken the place of Counterfeit as leader, aud in half a dozen strides had put the issue beyond doubt, winning in a canter, by two lengths ; a bad third. GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY HANDICAP, Of 15sovs each, with 500sovs aided by the] Great Kasfern Railway Company and Jockey Club; Bretby Stakes Course. Lard Hastings' br c Pearl Diver, by Master Hildas—Three Pearl*. 4yrs, 7st 71b (car. 7st 81b) (G Barrett) 1 Mr Douglas Baird's Doubloon, 3yrs, 7et 41b (Warne) 2 Mrs T pbal ner's Distinfan, 3yrs, 6sfc lib (G. Clwloner) 3 Captain Marsha Ts Cra'ton, 4yr«, 9st 61b (Archer) 0 Mr R C Naylor's Fulmen, 6yrs, B*t 21b (Watts) 0 Mr J Davis Lo'd Charles, 4yrs, Bit 4lb (J. Woodburn) 0 General Owen Williams' Hambletouian, syrs. Bst (Wo&d) 0 Lord Bradford's Whitelock, syrs, 7st 51b (F. Barrett) 0 Mr R Carington's Petersham, 4ys, 6st ioit> (oar. Bat!2lb) (Rckaby) 0 Lord Ro-ebery'B Chatter, 3yrs, sst 31b (T I oates) 0 liuke of Beaufort's Travaucore, 3yrs, sst l.'lb (Cleminson) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Hambletonian, 100 to 30 Craf ton, 7 to 1 Pearl Driver, 100 to 8 each Potersham and Doubloon, 100 to 7 each Chatter aud Whitelock, 100 to 6 Distinian and Travancore, 33 to 1 Lord .Charles, aud 100 to 1 Fulmen. There was a delay of 20 minutes at the post, as Distiuian would not go near his horses, aud then Whitelock and Petersham became fractious. At length the flag fell, Hambletonian coming' away from Doubloon, Pearl Driver, and Craf ton, with Distinian aud Petersham on the right, and Whitelock on the left, for a furlong, when Crafton was steadied ; and at the Bushes Doubloon and Pearl Driver were the leading pair, Crafton having lost his place. Coming down the hill Pearl Driver went to the front, and in the dip was challenged by Distinian and Doubloon. The former shook them both off, and Doubloon, heading Distinian a few strides later, was beaten by three-quarters of a length, with Distinian a neck behind Doubloon. NEWMARKBT OCTOBER HANDICAP, Of 800sovs, by subßcri'ption of SJOsovs each, with not le«s than 3uO added ; A.F. : 41 subscribers. Mr,J H Hou dsworth's bf by Springfield Ivy, 3yrs, 6st (car. 6st lib) . (G. Woodburn) 1 Major Stapylton'B Scofcilln, 3yrs, 6at 61b. allowed 51b (A.Taylor) 2 Duke of Westminster's Cambusmore, Syrs, 75., 101b (G.Barrett) 3 Lord Hastings', Melton, 4yra, 9at 91b (Archer) 0 Duke of Beaftfort's Eastern Emperor, s.vra, Bst 81b "(LHBhmar) 0 GeneralJOwen Williams' Hambletonian, syrs, Bst (Wood) 0 Prince Soltvkoff's Charmian, 4yra, 6st 6lb, ■ allowed Mb (Reeves) 0 Lord Rosebery's c by Dutch Skater— Duchess of Parma. 3yrs. 6sfc (T. Loates) Betting : 11 to 10 agst; Melton, Bto 1 Eastern Eruperor, 9 to 1 Hambletonian, 10 to 1 Charmian, 100 to 8 each the Ivy filly and Cambusmore, and 100 to 6 Scotilla. The Ivy filly made the running, followed by Charmian, on the right, Cambusmore and Melton on the left, but the leader gave way to Cbarmian on entering the rails. On rising the hill towards the Bu6hes the Ivy filly resumed the lead, and coming down the hill, where Melton was beaten, was joined by Cambusmore, the pair drawing clear of the rest, who were headed by Scotilla. In the last three hundred yards the last-named passed Cambusmore, and went up fast, but could never catch the Ivy filly, who won by a neck; three lengths between second and third. NKWMAKKET ST. LKGER STAKES, Of 25sovseneh, with 200a«Med. fo> three-year-olds; D.I. (2 miles 105 yards); 20 Rubs. Duke of Westminster's b c Ormonde, by Bend Or — Uty A(ateo, m&b 'fc *' "" "Cirohor) w.o.-

BOUS MBMORIAL STAKES,

Of 15sov» each, with 600 added (oOOsovs to the wmner.and 100 tor the nominatorof the winner), for two-, e^r-olds. Kous course (5 furlongs) ; 116 subs. Mr J. Diiwion's eh f Caller llerrin, by Clwribert - It-nulio, tint 71b ... (I' 1 . Barrett) 1 Lord Fal.uoulh'a Dlctnchland, Sss lolb, car. B:>i> 121b (Archer) 2 Mr Hungerford's Pierrepont, 83t 10 b (Wood; 3 Prmca Sol ykoff'ij Oevilsh»r)i, Hst lib (Camion) 0 Baron Hiru -h's April Fool, Bsb Ulb (ltick.ibv) 0 Lord Hartmgt >n's Isosceles. tfst lulb (Ldßhtniir) 0 Mo 1\ Jenuiiu's Dartmoor, Bsb 101b (Goater) 0 Lord Us ell^s' VViiibtingtou, Bst l-lb (M.u-iin) 0 Dukeo! Hetut'oi'D's Have U'< »r. tfst 71b (G. Barrett.) 0 Dukeo: Httintltou's (Jornalba, Bat7lb(ear, Bsfc»lb) (.Waits) 0 Mr T. Phillips' Lynch Law, Bat 101b (White) 0 Betting: 7 to 2 agst Keve dOr, 5 to 1 April Fool, 11 to 2 Blauohlaud, 6 to 1 Caller Herriu \ and Pierrepout, 8 to 1 Ddvilshoof, aud 100 Co 12 Dartmoor. Isosceles cut out the work from Caller Herrin aud April Fool, with Wuittiugfcon on the right and Piurrepont and Reve dOr on the left, and Blanchland lying at the head of the others, to the Bushes, where Isosceles and April Fool were beaten. Caller Herrin then came down the hill in advance of Blanchland and Pierrepout. Neither of these, however, could reach Caller Herrin, who won cleverly by a neck; three lengths separated second and third.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1827, 26 November 1886

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