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June 7, 8, 9, 10.

JUBILEE CUP, Value 1000sov8, with 500sovb for the winner ; 300sovs for the second ; and 200sov8 for the third. New mile. Mr Vyner's b c Minting by Lord Lyon— Mint Sauoe, 4yrs, 9st 81b ... (J O*borne) 1 Dulie of Westminster's St. Mirin, 4yrs, Bst 121b (T Cannon) 2 Mr Hammond's Aintree, 3yrs,l7st 101b (P Barratt) t Mr Barclay's Bendigo, aged, 9st 81b (Watts) t Duke of Beaufort's Forio, Bst 121b (G Barrett) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 on Bendigo, 5 to 1 agst Minting, 11 to 2 St. Mirin, 100 to 7 Aintree and 100. to 1 Forio. Forio, on the extreme right, made the running from Minting and Bendigo in the centre, with Aintree on the left, and St. Mirin last, and in this order they come over the hill. On emerging from the dip, there was no alteration in the positions until St. Mirin came up on ne&ring the rails, where Forio gave way to Minting. Very soon afterwards Bendigo showed signs of being beaten, while St. Mirin and Minting were striding along, and apparently full of running. Before reaching the distance, Minting and St. Mirin left the others, and the tormer, drawing out at the telegraph board, won in a canter by a length; more than a dozen lengths off Bendigo and Aintree ran a dead heat for third place. PRINCE OF WALES STAKES, Of SOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added ; for three-year-olds. One milefive furlongs. Mr Manton's be Claymore, by Camballo— Setapore, 8»t 31b... ... ... (F Barrett) 1 Duke of Beaufort's Reve dOr, 95t ... (Wood) 2 Mr H T Fenwick'i Phil, Bat 131b ... (T Cannon) 3

ie Lord Ellesmere's Grandison, Bst~l3lb (G Barrett) 0 v- Prince Soltykoff's Turlygood, Bst 131b (Webb) 0 ly, Lord Zetland's Scottish King, Bst 31b (E Martin) 0 it, Mr Edmund's Black Bead, Bst 31b ... (White) 0 c'e ' Betting : Even on Reve dOr, 4to 1 agst Phil, \l 100 to 12 Cl»ymore,and 10 to 1 Scottish King. in Black Bead immediately -went to the front, ie followed by Turlygood, Claymore, Scottish King, to Grandison, Phil, and Reve d'Or. After going a ™ very short distance, a clear interval divided. all 7e the competitors, who ran, in the above order; Si but, on the far side of the course, Reve dOr [y headed Grandison and Phil, the latter being now d last. Half-way from home Turlygood drew up £ to within half a length of Black Bead, while at ie the same time the next' three closed up. Black ie Bead still kept the lead round the bend into 10 the straight, followed by Scottish Kicg d and Turlygood, with Reve dOr next. When ;e fairly in the straight Phil began to come through [ c his horses, and in company with Turlygood, t t Grandison, and Scottish King, all of whom came ;o rather wide round the bend, took up their ref. spective positions in the middle of the course, 19 Claymore and Black Bead being next the rails. Soon after entering the straight Black Bead was '" beaten, and, Claymore took up the running, Jj with Reve dOr second, and Scottish King third, 11 and Phil only just behind them. At the distance the horse of a mounted inspector became frightened, and swerved across the course, and n seriously interfered with Phil, Turlygood, and n Scottish King. This contretemps was all to the , t advantage of Claymore, who, profiting by what ! I had taken place, obtained a long lead, and won in a canter by six lengths ; Phil was third. c ASCOT STAKES HANDICAP. n Of 25sovs each, with POObovs added for the winner n and lOOsovb for the second; the third to receive 0 50aovB out of the stakes. Two miles. j Mr J Hammond's eh h Eurasian, by Caraballo— / Lass, Syrs, Bst 61b ... ...(P Barrett) 1 a Mr W Blake's Exmoor, 4yrs, Bst 4lb [including 101b extra] „. ... ... (S Loates) 2 n M. Lde Rothschild's Beaver, 4jrs, 7st 31b 7 „ „ „ . (* Woodburn) 3 J. Mr D Baird's St. Michael, 4yrs, Bst 121b 1 „ „ (T Cannon) 0 | Mr Vyner's Stone Clink, syrs, Bst 101b c » t »» „ (Osborne) 0 ■- Mr J M'Jvenna, jun.'s Wavelet, aged, t 31b 0 , „, (G Barrett) 0 . Mr J Hopper's Roma, 3yrs, 6st lib ... (T Loates) 0 Betting : sto 2 agst Exmoor, 4to 1 Beaver, 6 to 1 each St. Michael and Stone Clink, 100 to 12 each Eurasian and Wavelet, and 100 to 8 Roma. On settling down Wavelet took up the running, and followed by Roma, Exmoor, and Stone Clink, and these positions were maintained through Swinley Bottom and until entering the straight, where Stone Clink was second and Beaver and Exmoor third and fourth, with Eurasian next. When fairly in the line for - homo Wavelet lost her place, and was headed first by Stone Clink and then by Exmoor, who, 3 with Beaver and Eurasian, came to within 200 yards from home. Eurasian, who had been making up ground quickly, then drew up level, 3 and a fine race took place between the first three. In the end, however, Eurasian got his - head in front 50 yards from home, and, haviug the others beaten, won by half a length ; a neck divided second and third. 3 GOLD VASE. Value 200sovs, added to a sweepstake of 20sovs each. Two miles. Mr Abington's bl or gr o Quilp, by ArbitratorSally Brass. 3yrs, 7st Blb ... (A White) 1 Captain C Bowling's Cnrrasco, 3yrs, 7st 81b (Robinson) 2 Mr L de Rothschild's Middlethorpe, aged Pat 4lb (P Barrett) 3 Lord Hartington's Sir Kenneth, syrs. 9st 41b, (Wood) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Quilp, 9 to 4 Carrasco, 4 to 1 Sir Kenneth, and 9 to 2 Middlethorpe. The first to break the line was Carrasco, who, in the middle of the course, cantered on in front of Quilp, Sir Kenneth and Middlethorpe. At the foot of the hill Carrasco lost a good deal of ground through trying to run out, but the pace was so slow that he had become second to Quilp in Swinley Bottom. At the brick kilns the pace became stronger, and on making the bend, Carrasco drew up to Quilp, who was only just leading on coming into the straight, soon after which the other pair were done with. Quilp and Carrasco ran a desperate race home, the former winning by a head; three lengths off came Sir Kenneth. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added ; second rereived lOOsovs out of the stakes ; new mile; 78 subs. Duke of Westminster's bo Ormonde, by Bend Or— Lily Agnes, 4yrs, Pst 61b ... (T Cannon) 1 Captain Machell's Kilwarlln, 3yrs, 7st 91b _, ,„, (S Loates) 2 Mr J H Houldsworth's Agave, 3yrs, 78t lib (Warne) 3 Betting : 4tol on Ormonde. Ormonde, in the centre, led throughout, and won in a canter by six lengths; a bad third. GOLD CUP, Value lOOOsovs, with 200sovs for the second, and lOOsovs for the third, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each ; about two miles and a-half. Mr D Baird's b c Bird of Freedom, by Thnringlan Prince— Vltula. syrs. Pst 4lb ..". (Warne) 1 Captain C Bowling s Canasco, 3yrs, 7st 91b _ ' (Robinson) 2 , Mr Feme's The Baron. 3yrs, 7st 7!b... (G Barrett) 3 Mr J Lowther'B King Monmouth, syrs, Pst 1 1b (Watts) 0 ' Mr D Baird's St. Michael. 4yra. 95t ... (T Cannon) 0 ' Duke of Beauiort's Reve dOr, 3yrs,7st 41b (carried " ■ 'ist 101b) ... ... ... (OWood) 0 i Betting: 7 to 4 agst The Baron, 7 to 2 Reve dOr, 4 to 1 Carrasco, 100 to 14 St. ' Michael, and 10 to 1 each Bird of Freedom and I King Monmouth. On settling down, after a good start, Bird of • Freedom took up the running, attended by St. ■ Michael and Carrasco, with Reve dOr last. ' Except that Bird of Freedom drew further ! away from his stable companion, there was no j change on passing the stand, where Tho Baron was still fourth. After making the hotel turn, ' Bird of Freedom, St. Michael, Carrasco, and The * Baron, running in single file, were separated by ' a wide gap from Revo dOr and King Mon- ' mouth. The same order was maintained past { the brick kilns, and coming into the straight, The Baron, who had been gradually creeping J up, joined Carrasco, and the pair went on in pur- ' suit of St. Michael, whom they joined soon after getting fairly into the straight. Carrasco then left The Baron, and at the distance St. Michael lost his place. Carrasco challenged Bird of Freedom, but the latter came away in a canter, and won by three lengths ; four lpngths between 3 second and third, The Baron was fourth, and King Monmouth last. , 1 HARDWICKE STAKES, B Of 20008OV8, added to a sweepstakes of lObovs each ; 5 the second received 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent, on the whole strike : Swinley course J (1# miles) ; 84 subs. Duke of Westminster's b h Ormonde, by Bend J Or— Lily Agnes, 4yrs, 9st 101b ... (T Cannon) 1 Mr R Vyner's Minting. 4yrs. 9st 101b "(Osborne) 2 1 Mr H T Barclay's Bendigo, aged, Psfc 121b (Watts) .3 Mr H T Fenwick's Phil, 3.vrs, 7st 121b (G Barrett) 0 * Betting : sto 4 on Ormonde, 7to 4 against a Minting, 100 to 8 Bendigo, and 100 to 7 Phil. The flag fell at the first attempt, and Minting, at a good pace, settled down in front of Ormonde, P with the other pair lying side by side .for a 1 quarter of a mile, when Minting increased his lead, and was followed through Swinley Bottom n by Ormonde, with Bendigo lying last. They ran L in this order until entering the straight, when- If, the four closed up \. but Phil was immediately T afterwards in trouble, and Bendigo being beaten ' st

(T Cannon) 0

.OWood) 0

at the half distance, Ormonde headed Minting at the commencement of the royal iriclosure, and won a, magnificent race, amid the greatest excitement, by a neck;. three lengths separated second and third. Time, 2min 44 2-ssec

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June 7,8,9,10., Otago Witness, Issue 1862, 29 July 1887

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