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RACING IN ENGLAND.

LIVERPOOL JULY MEETING.

Wednesday, July 11. thb sixty-first liverpool cup,

Of 1500SOV8 in specie and 200sovs in plate ; second to receive 200sovs and third lOUsovb from the stakes ; by subscription of 25gs each, 15ft, and three only if declared. Cup course (one mile three furlongs). Lord Calthorpe's Satiety, 3yrs ... ... 1 Mr J R Gubbins' Ashplant, syrs ... ... 2 Mr JI Whipp's Tommy Tittlemouse, 6>rs ... 3 The weights had not been published when the last mail left.

ROYAL ASCOT MEETING.

Tuesday, June 12. PRINCE OF WALES STA.KKS, Of SOsovs each, h ft, with 1000 added, for three-year-olds ; second received 300sovs, and the third 200sovs out of the stakes. New course (about one mile and five furlongs). Duke of Westminster's eh c Ossory, by Bend Or —Lilly Agnes, 8.13 ... ... (T Cannon) 1 Duke of St Albans' b c Galore, by Galopin — Lady Maura. 8.13 ... ... ... (FWebb) 2 Mr A Taylor's eh c Netheravon, by Avontes, dam by Mortemer— Highland Lassie, 8.3 (F Barrett) 3 Lord Bradford's Merry Andrew, 9.1 (J Osborne) 0 Mr R Vyner's Aperse, 8.10 ... (T Weldon) 0 Mr H Chaplin's Lord Nelson, 8.3 ... (Fagan) 0 Mr J H Houldsworth's Arrandale, 8.3 (Warne) 0 Mr Abingtnn's Nunwick, 8.3 ... (S Loates) 0 Lord Durham's Bellatrix, 7.12 [carried 7.13] (Biukaby) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Arraudale, 7 to 2 Merry Andrew, 100 to 12 Galore, 100 to !11 Ossory, 10 to 1 Nunwick Lord Nelson and 100 to 9 Aperse, 100 to 6 Netheravon. Before reaching the old Spagnoletti board Bellatrix and Merry Andrew were in trouble, and Ossory challenged Nunwick and Galore, drawing into third place on the outside, and Netheravon lying fourth on the rails. Nunwick was beaten opposite the commencement of the royal enclosure, where Galore made his effort, and for a few strides held Ossory, but the latter shaking him off 100 yds from home, came on, and won in a canter by three lengths ; half a length divided second and third. Nunwick was fourth, Merry Andrew fifth, Bellatrix sixth, Aperse seventh; then 20 lengths' off came Arrandale eighth, with Lord Nelson 'a -similar distance behind him last. Time, 2min 52sec. Value of the stakes, £2225.

Wednesday, June 13 royal hunt cup, A piece of plate value 500sovs, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 20sovs each ; the second received 150sovs out of the stakes. New mile. Captain Machell's bo Shillelagh, by Brown Prince — Hollythom, 3yrs, 6.3 ...(GOhaloner) 1 Mr A Victor's eh c Attila, by Albert Victor — Hermifca, 4yrs, 6 7 ... ...(SChandlev) 2 Mr W J Legh's be Veracity, by Wisdom— Vanish, 4yrs, 7.2 ... ... ... (T Calder) 3 Mr W Blake's Kxmoor, syrs, 8.6 ... (B Martin) 0 Mr R Vyner's Gloriation, syrs, 8.5 ... (J Osborne) 0 Mr .T O'Neill's The Rejected, 4yr», 8.2 03 Loates) 0 Sir F Johnstone's Candlemas, syra, 7.7 (JWoddbum) 0 Captain GBarchard'a LadyMuncaater, 4yrs, 7.4 (B Johnson) 0 Mr Oliildtvick's Le Caissier, syrs, 7.3 , (A White) 0 Lord Dudley's Oberon, syrß, 7.3 ... (Liddiard) 0 Mr Manton^s Whistle Jacket, 4yrs, 7.2 (Warne) 0 Lord Kllesmere's Grandison, 4yrs, 6.13 (T Loates) 0 Lord Howe's Claymore, 4yrs, 6.10 ... (Allsopp) 0 Mr Abingfcon's Mayo, 3yrs, 6.9 (Harrison) 0 Lord Bradford's Fretwork, 4yrs, 6.7 [carried 6.8] ... ... ... a Wall) 0 Lord Hartingtou's Isosceles, 4yrs, 6.0 (J Jones) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Irgunder, 3yrs, 6.4 (Blogg) 0 Mr G Cleveland's Albertus, 3yrs. 6.2 (H Reeve) 0 Mr W Younger's Flower of the May, Syre, 5.11 (Fallon) 0 Sir R Jardine's Wise Man, 3yrs, 5.13 (W Blake) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Luciana, 4yrs, 6.0 (Gammage) 0 General Owen Williams' Holyrood, 3yrs, 5.8 (G Bates) 0 Betting: 11 to 2 against Shillelagh, 100 to 15 Gloriation, 10 to 1 Veracity, 100 to 9 The Rejected, 100 to 8 Candlemas, 100 to 6 Le Caisster, 20 to 1 Whistle Jacket, 25 to 1 Oberon, Grandison, and Attila. Veracity, who swerved at the finish, had shot his bolt opposite the entrance to the royal enclosure, and though Attila, answering to Chandley's calls, ran as game as a pebble, he could never quite get on level turns with Shillelagh, who gallantly kept his advantage, and won a splendid race amidst the greatest excitement by a neck. Veracity, a length and a-half be- , hind, was third.

Thursday, June 14. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES,

Of 108OV8 each, with lOOOsovs added ; the second to receive lOOsovs out of the stakes. New mile. Mr H T Fenwick's b c Phil, by Philammon — Phcebe, 4yrs 8.10 ... ... (T Cannon) 1 Lord Calthorpe's eh f Seabreeze, by Isonomy — Sfc. Marguerite, 3yrs, 8.2 ... ... (Robinson) 2 Mr H T Fenwick's b c Kenown, by Beaudesert — Coronella, 3yrs, 7.4 ... ... (JWall) 3 Mr R H Combe's Maxim, 4yr3, 8.10 (Eickaby) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Sheen, 3yrs, 8.2 (T Woodburn) 0 Lord Lurgan's Cotillon, 3yrs, 7.9 [car. 7.11] (F Barrett) 0 Mr Vyner's Aperse, 3yrs, 7.9 ... (Luke) 0 Mr J H Houldsworth's Arrandale, 3yrs, 7.5 (Warne) 0 Betting : 6t04 on Seabreeze, 100 to 15 agst Phil, 8 to 1 Cotillon.

Half way up the hill Renown and Cotillon were beaten, and Seabreeze drew out, challenged by Phil, who gradually crept up, and, collaring the favourite 100 yds from home, wore her down, and won a bit cleverly by half a length ; four lengths divided the second and third. Aperse was fourth, Arrandale fifth, Maxim sixth, Cotillon. 1 seventh, and Sheen last. Time, lmin 45sec. Value of the stakes, £970.

GOLD CUP,

Value lOOOsovs, with 200sovs for the second and lOOsova for the third, added to a sweepstake of 20sovs each, h ft. Abouttwo miles and a-half. Mr H M'Calraont's eh c Timothy, by HermitLady Masham, 4yra, 9,0 ... (Robinson) 1 Mr H T Barclay's br c Tissaphernes, byXenophon — Twitte',4vrs, 9.0 ... ... (J Watts) 2 M P Aumont's b f Tenebreuse, by Mourle or Saxifrage— New Star, 4yri, 8.11 (J Woodburn) 3 Mr D Braid's Bird of Freedom, 6yr8, 9.4 (T Cannon) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Reve dOr, 4yre, 8.11 (F Barrett) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Reve dOr, 4to 1 Timothy and Tissaphernes, 9 to 2 Bird of Freedom, 10 to 1 Tenebreuse. Tissaphernes, heading Tenebreuse, showed the way round the bend into the straight, entering., which TenebreusQ' was beaten, and Timothy,

pulling [double, took second place to Tissaphernes.whom Watts waapushing along. Outside I the distance Timothy joined' Tissaphernes, and heading him without an effort came up the hill with the race in hand, and won as he pleased by six lengths. Tenebreuse was a bad third, and Bird of Freedom walked in with the crowd. Time, 4min 37 3-saeo. Value of the stakes, £1390.

Feidat, June 15. ALEXANDRA PLATE,

Of lOOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of 25sovs each ; second received 200sovs out of the stakes, and tbe third saved stake. About three miles. Captain Machell's eh c Timothy, by HermitLady Masham, 4yra, 9.5 ... (Robinson) 1 Duke of Westminster's br c Savile, by Hampton —Lilian, 4yrß, 9.5 ... (T Gannon) 2 Duke of Beaufort's b h The Cob, by Lord Ronald — The Roe, 6yrs, 9.G ... (P Barrett) 3 Betting : 13 to Bon Timothy, sto 2 agsfc The Cob , and 5 to 1 Savile. Savile cut out the work followed by The Cob and Timothy, and in this order they ran in Indian file until entering the straight. Here Timothy joined The Cob, whom he had beaten a few strides further on, and, challenging Savile at the Spagnoletti board, drew clean away, and sailed home the easiest of winners by three lengths ; The Cob was a bad third. HARDWICK STAKES, Of 2000sovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsova each ; second received 10 per ceut., and the thirds per cent, on the whole stakes. Swinley coursa (oue mile and a-half). Mr R. Vyner's b h Minting, by Lord Lyon— Mint Sauce, syrs, 9.12 ... ... (V Webb) 1 Prince Soltykoff's eh f Lovo in Idleness, by Mask —Lucetta, Oyra, 7.4 ... (J Woodburn) 2 The betting was 100 to 6 on Miuting, who made play with a couple of lengths lead through the Swinley Bottom, but as they rounded the bend Love in Idleness took closer order, and at the distance drew up to Minting's quarters, but she only held her position on sufferance, as the favourite, shaking her off, won as he pleased by half a length,

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1914, 27 July 1888

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