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AUSTRALIAN HANDICAPS.

HAWKESBURY HANDICAP AND METROPOLITAN STAKES. Iv the weights declared for the Hafrkesbury Handicap Aristocrat (9st 41b), Cardigan (9afc , 2tb), and Honeydew (9st 21b) are top weights. Pasha has been allotted Bst 101b. For the Metropolitan Stakes the following are the principal weights : — Abercorn, 9st 81b ; , Australian Peer, 9st 61b; Carlyon, 9st 41b; CranbrOOk, 9st 21b; Arsenal, 9st; Aristocrat, Bat ,'l2lb ; Cardigan, Bst 101b ; Honeydew, Bst 8lb; Pasha, Bst 61b.,, '-:-, , - \, RACING- IN NEW ZEALAND. NEW BRIGHTON RACING CLUB. The Winter' meeting of this club was held on Thursday,' the f 21st inst. ; Fine weather prevailed, and the course was in good order. The results were as follows : — HANDICAP HUEDLB RACE, * OfSSiovs. About one mile andjthalf. ' 27— Mr H Lunn's b h Icenian, by Cassivolaunus— Puriki, aged, lOst 101b .!. ... (Eingan) 1 36— Mr F Lance's b g Premier, aged, lOst (T Sheenan) 2 23— Mr T Stewart's b g Playboy, aged, 9st 12lb '• > ■ (OO'Oonnor) 3 S— Mr P J Bradley'a b g Isaac, syrs, list 7lb t • - , (TLyford) 0 12— Mr A Barker's b g Daddy Longlegs, aged, 10s t 2lb ... ... ... (WAGOox) 0 B— Mr ß S B Bell's chg Forward, aged, 9st 21b..» "*0 ' 18— Mr W Butler's b g Sawdust, aged, 9st ' ■ :': ' (E Thompson) 0 2— Mr J Duffy's b'g Glare, aged, 9st [carried 9st 61b] (Bishop) 0 Iceman cut out the running aad won all the way, finishing four lengths in front of Sheetian's mount. Thne,3min,4Bec. .Dividend,. £4 6s 6d. SBLLING .^HANDICAP TIME, TBOT (in saddle)/ Of 2060V5. No weight under lOst. About two; . miles. 17— Mr B Simpson's g g Herb, aged, scratch ' , (JHill) 1. 27— Mr W Phillips' eh m Llonesi, Byrs, lOseo behind ' ' ' ... ... ... (WKerr) 2 s— Mr BEd wards' bg Lunatic, aged, 45seo behind (Owner) ,3 I— Mr H Mace's eh m Kate, aged, scratch (H Marr) . 0 —Mr J Campbell's b g Seldom Fed, aged, scratch (Walker) 0 I— Mr J Thomas' b ra Lady Bmma syrs, ISseo behind • ... ... t ... (Hardy) 0 —Mr Q Huhn's b m Sally, aged, 20seo behind , (Palmer) 0 Won easily by 20 lengths. Time, 6min 44seo, Dividend, £5 ss. . CORONATION CUP HANDICAP, Of 40bovs ; second horse, Ssove from the : stake. About one mile and a-quarter. 136— Mr H Hammond's blk c Sultan, by Apremont—Mies Kate. 3yrs, 9st ... (White) 1 23— Mr H.Lunn's bg Count d'Orsay, 3yrs, Bst s ' . (M'llroy 2 16— Mr H Vallanoe's eh g Mac, aged, 6st 121b (GW,illiamß) 3 9-Mr WE Wade's b g Tyrant, 4yrs, 6st 41b (Mobley) 0 White could hardly hold his horse slow enough for the other pair, and" Sultan won with a lot to spare. Time, 2min 21sec. .Dividend, £l 12s. . DISPOSAL STAKHS HANDICAP, ' Of 2550v8. Once round the course, ' 10 — Mr Tree's b f Idalia, by Betrayer, 3yrs, 6st 71b [carried MJ ... ... ... (O'Keefe) 1 12— Mr Taylor's b m Fickle, 3yrs , Bst . . . (M'llroy) 2 7— Mr Walker's br m Dolly, 4yrs, 6at 71b (Franks) 3 40— Mr Mitchell's er g Barney, aged, 7st 61b ' T (Mo"bley) 0 28-^-Mr Clement's b g Normanby, aged, Bst 51b ' ' — ■ (Brown) O 13— Mr Lechmere's oh g Painter, aged, Bst 31b (M'Qrath) 0 9-Mr Duffy's b g Clare, aged", 7st slb (White) 0 ■ 43— Mr Chapman's gr g Brian Boru, aged, 7st 31b [carried 7st 121b] ...' ; (Williams) 0 3 — Mr Denham'a b m Frisky, syrs, 6st 71b • , ' , - ' (M'Morran) 0 A capital race ended in Idalia's favour :by a dear length. ■• Time, lmin 55sec. Dividend, £14 15s. - HANDICAP TIME TBOT (in saddle), Of Sssdvt; second horse ssovs> from the stake. About three miles. • - ... 13— Mr D Barn's eh g Biohmond, aged, ISseo behind... ... ... .... (Owner) 1 B— Mr Sunderland's er g Tommy, aged (Farrer) 2 11— Mr W Moßratney's b g Shamrook, aged . (Owner) 3 1, Blossom (scr); 15, Dexter (lOsec behind); 1, Bobby (15sec behind) ; 2, Energy (SOsec behind); 4, Jimmy , Brown, (30sec behind); 0, Wait-a-while (45seo behind) ; and~o, Narrow GuagS (60seo behind)» also ran. 7\ '- ' ' Won after a good race by four lengths. Time, 9min Sseo. Dividend,£B 7s. , '" 1 > ' FLYING HANDICAP, ; Qf 2580V8. Six furlongs. -"'■ " ISO-^Mr Hammond's br c Sultan, 3yre; 7it 91b [In; i Oludmg7lbpenalty3 ,„ (White) \

e«-MrVBMWeIl f iV^g*Bfl^^r^;'4yr»t«Bt ' .? . .['im» .--,. -'■ r. .„,> v.c- t ->S,^(Brown') & 11— Mr H'Vnllance's eh c Mao, .seed; 7st ir !.-,,■ - •.• >■ i .■«^; - \VI\ Vl (Williams), t - 4, Mr A Emery'abr f Briarleaf also 'ran; Erin-go-bragh and -Mac; 'made. the runnings but when oncd on the turn for home . Sultaa easily shook them off, and won by, a dear length' in lmin 23sec. Dividend, £1 7« o& _ i .". ; HAcrßACßj'bnce ron'tid the t course.. This event was woniby Mr' Wade's" Tyrant^beathiir Lyttel--ton, Sockburn, ''Portfolio/ABaiea^' and Dolly. Dividend;£l 13s 6<l. "lJ • " V ... " J . . HAWKE V s!BAY STEEPLBOHABJI' :- . . - MEETING./r.i-";, ,-,,,' „ a '. ;<,-- NAPißß,June2i; , The Hawke's Bay Steeplechase .meeting today was favoured with splendid, weather,' ba^' the attendance was only, moderate, about 2000 being present. , The racing was good, and no accidents occurred. » Results:— .' ,- <j~,, ,' MAIDBN STBBPLBOHAS|Bv< ' j ' „ ' . - ot SOsovs." Two miles.'' '>„ > , Mr Paraterie's eh' g Tikirere, aged', byJGladiator, :12st 13lbr ; ... ... '* . ... ; (Bedmon4) 1 Mr.M'W waill ' B D 8 Oddfellow, 12st, 31b (Bhearßby), 2 Longroper.also started. -, The three; horses changed* positions several itimes.during the race. Lbngroper and Tikirere rose to the last jump together, b .t Longroper. cannoned, heavily; and* fell.nearly. bringing Tikirere, down also. mHowever, 'Rfedmond j steadied r his moant, land, Shearsby bringing Oddfellow, up with a terrific rush got to Tikirere's girths at thVpost, but] the .winner had a little in hand, at the finish. •- Time, 6mht 11 3-ssec. .Dividends, £4 6s and £5 2s. ' • ; ' ! LADIBS' BRAOBLBT, - :j ' »^- ■' J Of 80sovb'-b bracelet of the^yalue •of-dOsovs for the" , first hQrse, and a bracelet valued at 20sovb lor the . v second., Two miles. -, '"r • .1 Miss Jackson's eh g Martonian, 4yrs, by Sterling- - -. " worth, list 61b" • '„'.. (Mr B. J., Chapman). 1 Miss .Bridget Scalley's ns eh g Corsair, aged, 12»t -'"•' - ' ' ■ (Mr Ohevannes) « Mrs Wi Parata's ns b g Miro, 6yrs, 12st ' ; . .!' . . -, ' .-..- '\ ■ (Mr Parere)- -8 Ival, Hermit, and Chief Mourner also started/ Corsair and Martonian were first away,, with Ival and Miro next, Chief Mourner last. .At. the back of the course Martonian went up andVthe race was over, as.) he increased his lead at every stride,' and eventually passed the^post pulling up, a winner by four lengths from Corsair, the same distance separating Corsair from Miro,-who.was third. Time, Smin 65 3-sseo. Dividends, £2-7fl and £2 Bs. ' ""■ ' ./• ' • '"> " HAWEB'S BAT STBBPLBOHASB HANDICAP, ■ Of,Boosovs. Three and a-half miles. - ' Mrßllingham's'b g Chemist, by ' Painter, ag©6%\ 135t«1b... ... ...'(A.Bllingham)' 1 Mr Donnelly's blk g Mangahone, 6yrs, list 51b ' ' , " •i, «- -J , (Pokey) 3 Mr Ellingham's b m Denbigh, aged, lOst ' ■' (Redmond) a 3 Kangaroo, t Magnesia, and Shillelagh also started. The flag fell to a capitaf start, of which Chemist got slightly the , best, followed by Magnesia, Shillelagh, Denbigh,. Mangahone* and ' Kangaroo in that order. Shillelagh and Magnesia went to the van and 'jumped ,th 6' hurdles together; Chemistj Denbigh'^ Manga* hone, and Kangaroo following. At the gorse Magnesia was first' over,, a length in front -of; Shillelagh, whose rider; here came off and was , dragged some .distance before ' becoming extricated. The manuka was ' negotiated firstly Magnesia, a length,' in advance of Chemist, with Denbigh a similar distance off, third, Mangahone' '.and .Kangaroo about five lengths away. Magnesia arid Chemist were,, abreast at 'the water jump, leading Deribign t by/ thrtie 1 lengths. At the post and rail and gorse' Denbigh took second place behind Magnesia,; arid. Chemist had a 'slight lead of Magnesia at the, stone wall. Magnesia .'ranjjoff* at the "double-post-and-rail fence, and 1 ; Chemist cleared it about a length ahead of Denbigh, who had Mangahorie'abput two lengths in 1 the' rear, s and Kangaroo 'a length' >way, last. , Denbigh ran up into" first place, /and led Jover the post 1 and rails brushed^by two lengths' from Chemist, but the latter soon supplanted the mare again, arid at the gorse fenc? 1 he fyri a length and a-half the' best pf.it. The' same order was maintained until the double post, and rails opposite the 1 stand had been cleared, when Denbigh once ' more assumed 'command, j and - jumped the post and rail and gorse' about half a length in advance of,' Chemist. _"'At' the stone wall Denbigh increased her lead r to two.lengtbsi 1 andjeries of "Denbigh! .wins, "were hearjd on" all 'sides, but the gallant'little mare had how. nearij run herself out, and at the.double.post and rails Chemist' was first, Denbigh; ;Mi*rigahorie,i and Kangaroo being 'together? two 1 lengths' behind. At the post and rails brushed, ' Chemist had five lengths advantage of Denbigh, who had Mangahone; at her quarters." "Chemist; led over^ the stonew all by a 'length' from Mangahone, with Denbigh, two lengths off, third,' and Kangaroo last. The horses remained in the same order to 'the finish, despite Mangahone's challenge,- and Chemist won a grand race by a length and a half, Denbigh, five' lengths behind, third, and Kangaroo; two lengths from her, last. Time, 7min37|sec. Dividend, £4' 13s. SBLUJTO SiBBPZiBOHASB. , Of4osoys. One mile and a-half. ' Mr James Hertzon's blk g Erebus, aged, by Treason, 10»t ... " ... (Bedmond) 1 Mr O Munn's eh g Gazelle, aged, lOst (Hicky) 2 Mr T Paratene's on f Tikerer.e, aged, lOst ' ; . _ • . -• •• „ (Sutherland) * 3 Artist and Director also started. Won fairly easily by four, lengths.. Time, 3min 4sec. Dividends, £3 4s and.£2 l9s. . • t# . .Erebus was put up, but failed to elicit a bid of £50 and was passed in. '\ „ , CONSOLATION HANDICAP, , Of 6080V6. Two miles. , Mr J Leopold's br. g Kangaroo, aged, by The Mute, list 71b ' -(Hill) 1 Mr M'Klwains b g Oddfellow, aged, 9st 61b (including 71b overweight) ... (O Bedmond) 2 Mr J B Williamson's blk g Shillelagh,' 4yrB t 'losfc 61b ... V.. '■ ■ ... * .« (Hadfleld) 3 Longroper and Corsair also started. Dividends, £$ 9s and £3 11s. . « ONEHUNaA RACES. ' - - . Auckland, June 23. ' . The Oriehuriga races were held at the Tramway Company's grounds, Epson), to-day. . The results of the principal events'are as follows :— "Htnibi.BS.— Wideawake, 1 ; Donne, 2; Highland Mary, 3. -'"- ' ' " - ""■ '. ' '-. STEEPLBCAASB.—Peter Oabeck, 1 ; , Beoruit, 3 ' Huntsman, 3. , , '* ■ '■> ' Witnbb Hakdioap.— Capella, 1 j Formo, 2'; Miss Alice, 3. ' • ' , ; \ .'„V- ,'" , RACING IN ENGLAND. dHESTffsPRING. * , Wednesday, Mat 9.OHEBTBK CUP, Of 700sov8 (in'speoie, SOOsovs given by the Racecourse Company and 200sovs by the Duke of Westminster); added to^a handicap sweepstakes, of 2650v8 each,slsft;'second t'o-receive lOOsovs, and the third 50soys from the stakes. Old Cup course (nearlyitwb miles aid a^quarter). . Mr J Q R Homfray'sVbr h Kinsky, by Klsber— .Illuminata. aged, B"st 121b ".- ...^ (Watts) 1 Duke of Westminater'a br o Savile, by Hampton) „ — LiUan, 4yrs, 7st 101b... (T Canttori, jnn.) 2J2 J Lord Bradford's ' brTc CbJppeway, by Wenlpck'or ''"" ""Chippendale— Postnuma, *4yrs,; 7Btllbl rtzi . r (JWall) 3

Duke of Beaufort^it The dob, by Lord Boriald^ 0 » — Tbiß-Boeii^rs, SstlOlb' ; ... (PTBarrett)'^O /Mr A,>Tay|pr>'i' b.h> Stpurhead,' by Altyre#Avpn-,s^i; wick,iiged^Bßt.Blb . , >'..." "L/4 '„. .. (Glemluidßl).*,o' : Mr.J.Howara*avch,"m>Winter Ob^rry^Ji/'Albjsrt.^fL ! Victor^-Becr^ewy, 6^B*t'Glb^WnWdl«V) - 0 | Mr M6lvdHe*o'b.""g .Hortoc,- by Oharib'ert^-Atgyle* . r - ' mare, 4yrs,-'6st 81b> v 7..f\5:% <*?«i' ; (M'Oarinoii) r O~ , Mr.O AfcWrt b g Bv.ers'fleld,by Qeorg<iPredericki -jI/ : '..—Ma ß6lf».;4y«. 6st 8lb " >„"»«- „ .; -j.j'M.ulleri) *0, VMr Ablhgton'^-b f. Whafc;*^, 1 by Obipp^ndsste^-' "i? if'Hamloclt^ayMrestiOlb"." : T .:. 0 ■Sir Itf J&rcline's V*t Mosque/ by SorinzaeldVi 4yrs,'6sfr 7lb-»- \.s. K'";f.((f' ahaloner)"b, MriVyner's-b f:,Fallow.i:Ohat,;by Hagloscppei-' , Stone Chat, ,3yrs,' 6st '.., ,-;., t ; ..', •' :>(?feroyXv, 0 M^T^ulock-Hankin's eh cißeotch Morikj byMac-S, - '^gregor-OlolstrefSj sat 181b..;.M^ Banner), 0, :*Bettirig :V6;t6:2.agit The bob^^i jflpukft, .lOOJbp. lfHorfpn^lOOtp' 8 Moßqo^\lpO>^o. 7 Sayile ab^ Ghip^eway. :\\ '■ „v :\..>.v :\ ..>. ; -,:{ c \'t'A , Chippeway,", and; ;had ju'sifc managed, ;1(b.,, get' his; head, Iri'rfront, /w^hej^ patient, race on rKioeiky, brought himj-with a' ; rattle, and challenged, tqe > leSß^ef ( abpjit.ilTOyd3; from the' winning post, for a few 'strides 'the Jssue being .in, the (balance;.,, then nKinsky's. superior spedd Wgari tb' tell its tale;-anddrawmg[ away stride t>y l stride' Kinsky passed the post a, gallant winner by a length from Savile, who der' f eated Chippeway< by. a fiea'd 1 f or' ! BecoWd platie. ■Eversfield was fourth, The Cob fiEtH^Horton: sixth, Chat > seventh, 3 Winter Cherry, eighth, What Not ninth, Scotch Monk tenth, Mosque eleventh, and' Stourhead tailed off last. Time, 4min 8t 8-ssec. Value- of, the; BtakeW £1121 17s. -....■ „•- ; , , NEWMARKET -SECOND .SPRJNG. 11 ' - /'-'"; TuesdAt, Mat- 15." *' ! [ . , - ' STA ? KB'S; i 7'«-" * | Of 15sov8 each, '6 ft, with SOOsovs added. For three*-' 'year-olds,; the second receive SOsovS."' I r.\. Mr Warblington'Sibo Galore, by Galdpin— liady -i •' Maura,Bstlßlb fi ( ' ... - ' „r t (FWebb)^'l Mr L de Bothschild's eh c Patchouli, .byfTownf,^^ . Moor— lncense, $st 101b..., „ . .... (FJBarrett): 2 Mr J A Craven's. be Seene < S.hif ter, ,b>. Mask— . J> . > .Ooekleshell, 8?t 61b „'. ... . - (J Woodburn)** 3 Lord Oalthorpd's Zama, Bst 71b . . ... (Robinson) (V Lord Oalthorpe's Justinian, Bst Bib . (F,"Shar'pe)* 0 Lord - Lascelle's East Indian,- Bst 61b [carried- - • 8st S 7lb] -. .... , „.,-» 0J > -Betting : 3tol on Galore, 6to l,agst'Zama, 100 td_7 Patohouli.^ , ', " - ; y 7i;'.: 5 > i . Won in the commonest of canters byj three lengths; a neck between second and : third.* Zama' was a bad^fourth, Justinian a worse fifth,. and.Eas*; Indian laat throughout. ? .Time,' 2min" J 23 2-ssec; * Value of the stakes, i 5780. [. \ * / u'Wbdnbsdat, MAT->lo.i :>-•.* .-,. i ! '> - ', SOMBBVILLB STAKHS, 1 ' > - Of lObovs each, h ft, with SOOsovs added. For twoyear olds. : Bous course (five furlongs).'^ } • , Lord Rodney's b f Bonny Morn'i by Bosicruclan-j— *■' " Bonnie Katie, Bst 71b „, ' ,' . ' ,','>' (Robldson) ; 1 Mr Fawcett's ,eh c .The.floldrums, by Pr|vateerf- V i Lethargy, Bst6lb [carried Bst 61b] ,„ (J Osbbrae) 2 Mr , O Allerion's' b f Barbacan, ,by Barcaldirief-' + 73Kntherine, 8«t 7lb „.'.;.,-.' „...',( TLoates) 3 Mr J Chart ton's Cresserello, Bst 21b ... ; .' f W^rne) 0 • Mr.G Cleveland's S.blec!sm, ( Bßt6lb. ..., (E Martin). 0 Lord Durham's Frolic Grace, Bst 71b •*' (Rickaby) 0' MrF V Gooeh's Jack Frost, Sit 51b ... " (S,Lb»tes) '6' Lord .Hastings', Pride of Kildare, fßsfc,'7lb*/'f Bsfc,'7lb*/' "•'■■<- '■ • ' ,',-' '„■" \\- 'I."/., I (F/Barrett) v 0 , Mr T Jennings ,jun, f by Hampton— EkdyKars,; , ,Bst'2lb.. '. ",... „;...,' • , (JWopa'burh) 0, Lord Lascelle's Royal Gem, Bst 71b !;';,' (Wel'don) Ttfr TJ Miller's Starlight, Sit 2lb (T Oamionjlun) 6 Me H^Bjrd's. Gabble; «9t,lolb, „ ; ' ,i. <F,Webb)- 0 Betting: Srto l^agst Lady.KarsiUy,J4 ! IHJl r Bonnie Morn, 6to 1 Jack Frost and BarbaoahJ 10? to' 1 .FrOhV Grfoe, Pridft of -KildarV and Royal Gem, 100. to 8 The^pbWroms. , j';, '" • *'' : Won by a neck ; ; three lengths between second and third. Royal Gem* waa ; clow -rip , fourth';L'ady.Kars filly fifths Jack Frost ovtth.StariJight seventh; Gabble T eight; and Cresserelle | last: V^liie of the'stiakek, ,^72o. ■/ '. "/; ;''"' t", 1 : " s •>- - ■ M.- '. .>~ — , -„'•«'. .> *'' i -"■ .. KTBxmsDAX, Mat 17.. W, - ' , . RBWMAJRKB^HANDICAP^'fT .L. L ..• 'Of 7doiovs, by subscription f 'pf '2psdvs'eacli? 1,0 ft, or . \6 i| declared ; anyeurplus'.tp the* second; iA.F. „ ! j[onemil.is j aHda'{quarter)J t ; i _ i<A ,' •, '"?S|i* „. Mr.Sasson'sb.h Theodore, by SirßevySr-Mogdala, - , syrß},»st»3lb , il-T , „. ,;. > M ..,^i - '{FJBarrett) ;i Mr Fern's be The Baron, ;Xenophoh—T»ntc.um, '■■ 4yrs,Bstlllb , .'../ \7> " (F Webb)- 2 Mr J' Sn'ftrry's br f- Jersey Llly.'by-Beauclero'i— ... r .Tiger Lily, 4xrs; 7«t 101b >.■..'; > (G Ohalorie'r) „5 Mr T Valentine's St Helen, 4yrs, Bst 81b"(W.eIdop)" * 0 Mr,R Vyner's^GapljbW^pTs, Bst 61b.,- ,(J Osborne) ,0 Mr T Jerinlngs'^rank, 3yrs, Bst ... (J Wooahurri) 0 daptain'MftcfieH's Shillelagh, 3yrs, 7st 81b* [carried ; 7stlllb] ... ... ' ... '^(Robinson) -O 'MrDbuglasßaird'sPalmleaf, Byrs, 7st ßlb'Y " ' < ->.-.„ (WWame) 0 Mr J,lrf)wthor's Sub Bosa,< 6yrs, 7st,6lb [carried ' . 75t.61b]..., , , ..* „.., .', (l|,§arlitn) rO.r 0. ..' Betting : 100 to 80 agat SWUelagh.,'6to|l ! The . Baronand Theodore, 100 to? 15 Sub Rosa; arid' St. Helen, 7 toil Palmleaf, 8 to.liGautby, 10 to 1 Frank, 100 to 8 Jersey Lily., r I • 4 r*i':~-. ' Won easily by. ; four lepiths;. a badi third. ' Frank was fourth, Shillelagh fifth, . Gautby , sixth, and St. Helen last. ;Time byjßensori'^' , chronograph, 2min 2086 c. ; Value of theptak'ea, £700. "' -„-' „ - t*- ,< ]' t ; *;_ Windsor "'sp&ngC' '"-| j '.': ; ! Fbidat, Mat 18.i-j. •-. ,-,: I ' " ■ ' MAT PLATE, «• .:•-«•..? - Of 70DSOV8. For two-year-olds. , The second horse received lOOaovs and the third 60sovs.. .Five' •i . fu rJ on e 8 - •„,,•. ' .„' ,. „w " j' •' Mr Quartermaine Bast's ,c Kaikoura^by v^allen- ■ - 'stein— M«damePeel,'Bst 181b ■ .'..' (S Tloates)' 1 Mr Abin^ton's 'b c Islewortk, by Hampton— Don- , ■- "zella, Bst 131b '..: 'j! ... ..(J Watts), 3 •Mr T Jennings'; .iun.> eh colt by .George Frederick. * .—North Star. Bst 131b-... , ...(JWoodburn)^ Mr A W Merry's Your Grace. 8§t ; l01b , (fciddiard)i^O -Mr Lde Rothschild's Macaw, Bst 131b (F Barrett) ro' "' Betting'" "5 to 4on Isleworth, sto lfagst North Star colt," 6to 1 Your. Grace, ; 10; to 1 Kaikoura.' •, .'.'",' . - * ,' ,'. .•'.■,•- i * ■»' Approaching the distance Kaikoura, who had started, somewhat slowly on the left, drew tip, 1 and at once taking, the lead won easily at thefinish by 10 \engfcbs, & head 'dividing seoorid and third. Macaw was last. ... , „ < ,' kemptolFpark. Fbidat, Mat 11. " . .\ ' ' | KBMPTON-PABk' GBAND, PRIZE, . . Qfl0008ovs*(8608ovs f6r"the 'owner of. .the .winner, lOOsovs for the owner of. the second, and! SOsoyiL .for the owner of the third), JPor thfee-yeaiwildß,' Mr-Vyner!B ch'o Crbw.berry, 1 byßbs'ebery,— fijaiie"."' ' Lindsay, 9st 6lb „t. -'- V ..:' Ji '(F Webbf 111 1 Mr JH Houldsworth's b'C'ifteapoUs^by Spring- T: field— Napoli, Bst 418 •.:"'. «' . - '..'/ * ■ (Warne)- 3 ' Lord Bradford's be Ohllllngton, 9st 51b, . ,] .*> ',- <•-„*..',-...• (Bickaby) 3 Mr Ernest's Van Diema'n's Land, 9st 101b ' „ .' . vI> ' V (JWatts) 0 Sir W Th'rockmorton's Balderdash; 'flat 71b'- '• '"'•' ,"! •' •>' - f .'-' fv '(Robinson) O' Mr T Valentine'B*Sky Pilot, 9st 61bix^ (TcWeldon) ,0 Mr W.Goater's Victor Albert,' Bst 71b L ,fF, Barrett),.^. Prince Soltykoff's BeltanaV Bst '(J Woodburn) 0" Mr A Taylor's Belief, Bst ... (Wemfrison), 0 , Betting : 13 to 8 agßt*Neapolis,-15 to 8 (Jrowberry, 10 to 1 Victor Albert, 100 to 9J3hillington. ;- . '-';,- • '•***' ■ i.i <■'- -, Soon, after .entering the straight Balderdash and Van DiiwneQ's Land were i^tfouble; and Crowberry drawing into second place on the outside, challenged. Ne^polis at the distance,,and having himobeatea^direcily, afterWard.|,-^amß; .ftway^witfijut an effort,(ah,d,- g wp^y'a!fength'^ Ofiillingion, {our lerigtfe away, Was third ; hj|f

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AUSTRALIAN HANDICAPS., Otago Witness, Issue 1910, 29 June 1888

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AUSTRALIAN HANDICAPS. Otago Witness, Issue 1910, 29 June 1888

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