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Wednesday, April. 11.

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CITY AND SUBURBAN HANDICAP. , ' Of 15bovb each, 10ft, with 1000 added ; the second received 60sovs. ' About one mile and a-quarter. ■ Sir G. Ohetwynd's br h' Fullerton, by Touchet —Caroline, syrs, Bst 41b ...< ! (J Woodburn) 1 Sir W-.Thockmorton's eh. h sOliyer ( Twist,; by lS Isonomy— Celerite, syrs, 7«fc 81b (inc. 101b extra) •- i ' VM Cannon) 2 Mr C J Merry's br c Abu Klea, by ' Lord' Sough ' —My Queen, 4yrß, sst 121b' " (O Chaloner) . 3 Mr Ablngton's b o Merry Hampton, by Hampton —Doll Tearsheet, 4yrs, Sat, 101b ... (3 Watts), 0 Mr W f Blake's b,h Bxmoor, by Vesfcminster-r Lorna Doone, syrs, Bst 61b ' ' ' ;,.{A White) 0 Mr F Douglas' eh o Hartley, by Doncaster— Lady ' - Margarette, 4yrs, Bat 31b ... (F Rlokaby) 0 Mr Man ton's eh c Eiridspord, by Isohomy— Sonsie Queen. 4yrs, 7st 13lb .(F Barrett) 0 Sin F Johnstone.s bh Candlemas, by* Hermit— Fusee, syr6, 7st 101b ..'. ' (T Cannon, jun.) 0 Mr Fern's be The Baron, by Xenophon—Tantrum, 4yrs, 7at 10lb ... .... (WWarne) 0 Mr Childwick's bl h Le Caissier, by Touchet-rLa ' Cascadeuse, syrs, 7st ... ... (FAllsopp) 0 Mr D Baird'sb c Woodland, by SpriDgfield—Bgi lantyne, 4yrs, 6st 121b... ...' (TLoates) 0 Duke of St. Albans' bo Galore, by Galopin— Ladv - Maura. 3yrs, 6st 91b ... ... (JWall) 0 Mr E Wardour's eh f Mon Droit, by Isonomy— ln ■ Bounds, 3yrs, 6et 21b (car. Csfe 41b) (T Mullen) ' 0 Mr T Jennings' b c Frank, by Trent-^-Frantic, 3yrs, 58t 91b... " ... ... (FFeake)' Betting : 75 to 20 agst Merry Hamptonj'ls to 2 Galore, 8 to 1 Fullerton, 100 to 12 Eiridspord, 11 to 1 Abu Klea, 100 to 9 Woodland; 1000, to 65 Candlemas, 20 to 1 Exmoor, 1000 to 45 Oliver Twist, 25 to 1 Martley, The Baron, Mon Droit; '40 to ILe Oaissier, 50 to l Visok^f, ft "?*" ¥-1 ' After crossing the road Eiridsjiord andfGaloW

■ . 1 0Q t signals of distress, and for a few strides Sfiooked as'if • Oliver - Twist ' and "Woodland odtf have the finish to themselves. This state f affairs was changed; howeverj a quarter of a lift, from home,, as, with Woodland slightly Sin« °H ver l>ist. at, this point, Fullerton L ff up to their heels pn the inside, , haying^ :«Boletely extricated himself 'from a difficult Tattenham Corner.' He're'Martley ' Jjj Abu Klea were beginning to work their way Aroagh the ruck, and thus matters continued »T the distance, ' where Oliver Twist had. no !!oner re-collared Wooodland than Fallerton and instantly securing the command he rapidly drew away and won easily by two ' lengths- Dropping from the clouds opposite .{j 0 stand Abu Klea obtained third place, half a length behind Oliver Twist, and about as far 0 front of Woodland, with Martley fifth, Galore ,ixth, Bxmoor seventh,' Candlemas eight,, giricfepord ninth, Frank tenth, ' The Baron tlereath, Mon Droit twelfth, and the pulling-up i{ er ry Hampton last. Tiiiie by Benson's chronograph, 2min 14 4-sfch sec. Value of the Jkeg, £1429 155." ( ;• ' HYDE PARK PLATE, ' Ofsoosovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs, tortl Londonderry's b filly; by Springfield— Griselda, 6st 81b > . ... • . ... : (T Weldon) ' 1 prince Soltykoff'a b f Pantomime, by Mask—. • Songleis, Bst 01b , ... (T Cannon) 2 noon Ade Rothsohild's b f Oharlclee, by Chad- . bert-Sket'zka,'Bßt 91b... '''... (P Barrett) 3 sir B Jardine's Leap Year, Ost 21b' (W Robinson) ■ 0 Sir p Lawson's fllly, by 'Hamptons-Quiver, Bst 91b , . v , : , . • :.(T.Calder) 0 jlr H Maoksey's Arlstos, Bst 121b ( J Woodburn) -- 0 Uf Abington's Poem, Bst 81b ... (S Lo&tes) 0 Mr A Clark's Drayton, Bst9lb ... (M Cannon) 6 ' jlr B Craig's Present Alms, Bst 12lb (J Watts) 0 lltFawcett'sFatima, Bst 91b ... (FRiekaby) 0 Mr J Nighfclngall'a Black Duchess, Bst 61b (R Nightingall) 0 Hr A M Merry's Your Grace, Bst 91b (J Liddiard) 0 jlr 0 B Ormerod's colt, by Edward the Confessor plague, Bst 121b .... .•.. .(Halaey) 0 Betting : 4to 1 agst Your Grace, sto 1 Pantomime, 6 to 1 Chariclee, 100 to 15 Poem, 100 to 14 Present Alms, ,10 to 1 Leap Year, 10 to 1 Quiver filly, and 100 to 7- Griselda filly. The Griselda filly won by four lengths from Pantomime ; half a length between second and third. Leap Year was fourth, Present Alms fifth, Poem sixth, Your Grace seventh, Fatima eighth, and Black Duchess, and the Quiver filly tie last two. • . .

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Wednesday, April. 11., Otago Witness, Issue 1906, 1 June 1888

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Wednesday, April. 11. Otago Witness, Issue 1906, 1 June 1888

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