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LINCOLN SPRING MEETING.

Monday, Makch 10.' ' JBATTHYANY STAKES, A handicap of 600sovs, by subscription of sgs each. About fire furlongs. Mr Naylor'a b h Fulmen, by Qalopin— Lightning, aged. Bst lib ... ... (J Woodburn) I Lord Hastings' b f Maiden Belle, by Beau Brummel—Maidenhair, 3yra, fist ... (G Bates) t Mr Brydges Willyam's b f Saucy La«s, by Hampton—Apple Sauce, 3yrs, 6st lllb * (Mullius) a Baron de Rothschild's Prudence, 6yrs, 9»t 21b (F Barrett) 0 Mr B Peck's Jack o* lantern, 4yrs, 7st 121b (A White) 0 Mr Nesbitt's Lyddington, 3yrs, 7st • (Allsopp) 0 Mr A Banholno'B Grecian Bend, 4yrs, 6at'l2lb ' " < (TLoatei) 0 General O Williams' Financier, 4yr3, 6st 121b (M Cannon) "0 Mr J Lowttier'a Yule Tide, syrß, 6st lllb ' ' (G Chaloner) 0 Mr Fern's Glint, 3yrs, 6st lllb (Wall) 0 Mr J Jameson's Assiduity, 3yrß,- 6st 61b (51b ' allowed) ... ... (Wolstenholrao) 0 Mr E Jones' Admiral Benbow, 3yra, 6st 101b ' (Chandler) .0 Lord Cadogan's Franciscan, 3yrs, 6st (51b allowed) 0 ' (TPulleu) 0 Mr X Kersey's Coriander, 3yrs, 6st ' ' (Blake) 0 Betting : 4to 1 agst Jack o' Lantern, 11 to 2 Prudence, 7 to 1 Saucy Lass, 100 to 12 Fulmen, Admiral Benbow, and Financier, 100 to 9 Lyddington, 100 to 8 Grecian Bend, 100 to 6 Glint, 20 to 1 Yule Tide, Assiduity, and Coriander, 100 to 3 Franciscan and Maiden Belle. The flag fell to a good start, Grecian Bend on the extreme right making play, with a slight lead of Fulmen on her lpft, with Prudence in the centre close up, cldar of Glint and Jack o' Lantern, while on the left came LydrHngt'on, Yale Tide, with Maiden Belle on the left. In this order they ran for half the journey, when Grecian Bend retired, and Jack o1o 1 Lantern took up the running, attended by Prudence, Financier, Maiden Belle, and Lyddington, with Fulmen close up on the right. At the distance Jack o' Lantern and Prudence were beaten, leaving Maiden Belle in front of Fulmen, Financier, and Saucy Lass until 100 yds from home, where Fulmen challenged Maidon Belle, and heading her in a few strides drew out, and won easily by a length and a-balf. Saucy Lass, three lengths off, was third, Financier; fourth, Grecian Bend fifth, Jack o' Lantern sixth, Prudence seventh, Franciscan eighth, Glint ninth, Lyddington tenth, Assiduity eleventh, Admiral Benbow twelfth, Coriander next, and Yule Tide last. Value of the stakes, £575. Tuesday, Maech 20. THE BROCKLESBY STAKES, Of 500SOV8, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each. For two-year-olds. Second received oOsovs out of the stakes. About five furlongs. Duke of Portland's b c Donovan, by Galopin— Mowerlna, Bst 121b... ... (Bobinson) 1 Mr Abington's b f Poem, by Petrarch— Silver, King, Bst 91b (J Watts) 1 2 Mr M Dawson's b f Madame Galvani, by Chllderic —Galvanic, Bat 81b ... (JWall) 3 Mr C Archer's Great Expectations, Bst 121b (Rickaby) io Mr H T Barclay's Bed Anchor, Bat 121b (J Snowden) 0 Mr J H Houldsworfch'a Gazelle, Bet 91b * (Warne) 0 Sir X Jardine's Leap Year, Bst 121b (J Oaborne) O Mr T Jennings Lord George, 8»t 12lb (Nuttall) 0 Mr Lde Rothschild's Eros, Bst 12lb (P Barrett) 0 Mr Vyner's Ramires. Bst 121b (T /Woldon) 0 General Owen William's filly by Silvester—Violefcfca, Bsfc 91b ... ... (J Woodburn) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 agst Leap Year, 5 to 1 Donovan, 7 to 1 Poem and Gazelle, 10 to 1 13ros, 100 to 8 Great Expectations, 100 to 7 Ramires and Violetta filly, 20 to 1 Red Anchor and Madame Galvani, 25 to 1 Lord George. ' f At half distance Leap Year gave way t o Ga?elle, who took a slight lead of Poem

t»eap Year, and Donovan, while Violetta filly w*s headed by Madame Galvani and Ramires. At the distance Leap Year was in trouble, end Poem took up the running, challenged, by Donovan and Gazelle, 'with Madame* Galvani rapidly closing with the leaders, and Donovan, getting the best of the struggle v 100 yds from home, won a bit cleverly by two lengths from Poem. Madame Galvani, who caught Gazelle , on the post, was third, a head , behind Poem, just in front of Gazelle, fourth. ' Ramires was fifth, Eros sixth, Great Expectations seventh, Violetta.filly eighth, Lord George ninth, and Red Anchor last. Time, lmin 7sec.i Value of the stakes, £1034 155. j

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LINCOLN SPRING MEETING., Otago Witness, Issue 1903, 11 May 1888

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LINCOLN SPRING MEETING. Otago Witness, Issue 1903, 11 May 1888

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