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RACING IN NEW ZEALAND.

CROMWELL RACEB. This, the second of the goldfields meetings* was held on the 12th inst. The results appended are from the report in the local paper : — HAOK HURDLE RAOE, Of 15sov8. One mile and a-half. No weight under 10.7. Mr J Keith'a eh g Wild Deer, aged... (Robertson) 1 Mr W G Mouat's b m Daisy, syrs ... (M'Kay 2 Geordie and Reindeer also ran. The field jumped off to a good start, but at the first hurdle Daisy got jammed between Wild Deer and Geordie, coming to the ground with the latter. Reindeer and Wild Deer both baulked the second hurdle, and Wild Deer getting over held the lead from Daisy (which meantime had been remounted by Richardson), winning as he liked. Time, 4min 7sec. Dividend, £2 3s. MAIDEN PLATE, Oflssovß. One mile. Weight for ago. Mr B M'Nulty's c f Bracelet, by Amulet— Scud mare,3yrs ... ... ... (Dwyer) t Mr J M'Elligott's blk m Mave, 6yrs ... (Mason) t Wildboy, Shotover, Proteotion, and Titus also ran. All the horaes got well away, Mave going to the front, closely pressed by Titus for the first quarter of & mile. Mave maintained the lead till approaching the straight, when Dwyer brought Bracelet up with a grand rush, and getting on terms with the leading horse, one of the best races ever seen on the course ensued, ending in a dead heat. A protest waß entered by the owner of Bracelet against Mave for winning public money at Bannockburn, which was sustained. Time, lmin 56§9ec. Dividend, £5 145. - CROMWELL HANDICAP, Of 2osova. One mile and a-half. . Mr J F Sawyer's b r g Don Jose, by Castle HillBlack Bess, aged, 8.10 (Kivers) 1 Mr J Conden's b g Windsor, 6yra, 7.12... (Dwyer) 2 Mr G H Romans' b g Walnut, aged, 7.6 (Cotter) 3 Streamlet (6.7) also ran. Streamlet made the going merry for the first mile at her best pace, the others being in a bunch a length or two behind. Don Jose then began to move up ; also Windsor, the race at this point looking a good one. Oncoming into the straight the Don wore Windsor down, winning easily at the finish. Time, 2min 49aee. Dividend, £2 11s. HANDICAP TIME TROTTING RAOE, Of 15sovs. Three miles. No weight under 10.0. Mr John Sfcronach's b m Fancy, 65seo (WStronach) 1 Mr R Ferguson's b m Rocky, 60seo (Davidson) 2 Mr W Allan's b m Stella, 60sec ... ... 3 Present Times (scratch), Fossicker (Bsec), Maggie (25sec), and Wild Deer (40sec) also ran. The knowing ones considered this race a moral for Rocky until a few moments before, the race started, when the number of Fancy's investors suddenly increased bj 11. The result bore out the confidence placed in the mare, which getting away at the limit was never caught, winning easily. Dividend, £3 Us. SPRING HANDICAP, Of 20sovs. Distance, one mile. Mr J Oonden'a b g Windsor, by Hotspur— Mabel, 6yrs, 7.5 ... ... ... (Dwyer) 1 Mr W Scoles' oh h Amulet, aged, 7.5 ... (Cotter) 2 Mr C Huddlestone's b g Bagshot, aged, 8.12 ... ... ... ... (Mason) 3 Mokoia (8.12) and Trimolite (6.0) also ran. Amulet took the lead followed closely by Windsor, the rest scattered behind. Amulet held bis advantage until getting into the straight, I when Windsor came up, winning by half a length. Bagshot an indifferent third. Time, lmin 48sec. Dividend, £6 Bs. HACK SELMNe BACK, Of lOsovs. No weight under 10.0. Half a mile. Mr W G Romans' b g Cymaro, by Haruha ... 1 Mr JPerriam'u bg Tarragon ... ... 2 Paddy and Trimolite also ran. Tarragon took the lead, and seemed to have the race at his mercy until entering the ropes, , when Cymaro came away, winning by half a neck. Dividend, £2 13s. POVERTY BAY SPRING MEETING. Gisboene, October 18. The weather wa3 fine for yesterday's races, and there was an average attendance. £1270 was put through the totalisator. .„ Maiden Plate, of 40sove. One milo and a-quarter.— Captain Winter's Ariel, 1; Mr C C Smith's The Moor, 2 ; Mr A Parson's Darnloy, 3. Impostor, Ikatere, Cairngorm, Myth, Panic, and Cynical also ran. Dividend, £17 13s. Spring Handicap, of 150sovs. One mile and a-half .—Mr Gooseroan's Deceiver (6.12), 1 ; Mr Hepburn's Audacity (7.5), 2 ; Mr Martin's Silence (9.2), 3. Nora was the only other starter. Dividend, £3 9s. Handicap Huedles, of 70bovs. Two miles. - Mr] Heron's Erebus (9.4), 1 ; Mr Martin's Kangaroo (11.13), 2; Mr Greeves' Bit of Blue (9.4), 3. Darnley, Dividend, and Ariel were the other starters. Dividend. £2 125. Hack Hubdles.— Zulu 1 ; Tubnrua, 2; Witcb, 3. FiTiiTCr Handicap. — Dancing Master (6.0), 1 ; 8a1i5ta(7.12),2; Deceiver (6.12), 3. Dividend, £8 11s. Audacity fell when leading at the turn into the straight. Fohckd Handicap.— Deceiver, 1 ; Audacity, 2 ; Impostor, 3. RACING IN AUSTRALIA. V.A. TURF CLUB RACES. Melbourne, October 20. The Victorian Amateur Turf Club was favoured with fine weather to-day for their second day's racing. Though a cold wind was blowing, the attendance was about 30,000. An unfortunate accident happened to Mr J. Crozier, junior's, Lara a.t Caujfield in the

morning. This horse, while being exercised, ! mastered his jockey and bolted, and be- ] fore he was secured he had completely impalled himself on a rail on the course, the jockey fortunately escaping with but slight injury. The following are the results :— MAIDEN PLATE, Of lOOaovs. One mile. Mr J A Long's Snowfoot, 3yrs ... — 1 Mr P T Heywood's Lord Allen, 4yrs ... ••• 2 Mr J Miller's Ilex, 3yrs ... * ... ... 3 Seven started. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Lord Allen, 4 to 1 Quadrant and Propounder, 8 to 1 Snowfoot. Won by a length. Time, lmin 46isec. NURSERY HANDICAP, Of JJOOaovs, with a sweep of 3sovs each; second horse, 25sovs. Four furlongs and a half. Hon J White's Rudolph, by Martini-Henry— Busk 1 Mr S Patterson's Epi, by Epigram — Nellie ... 2 Mr W Bayers' St. Ives, by St. Albans-Idalia ... 3 Six started. Betting: sto 2 agst Roksby, 6 to 1 Aura, 8 to 1 St. Ives and Rudolph. Won easily by a length. Time, 57sec. SELLING RAOE. Of ICObovs. Five furlongs. Mr J T Carslake'a Surprise, aged ... ... 1 Mr R Howie's Catseye, syrs ... ... 2 Mr H Uxenham's Lady Marion, syrs ... ... 3 Seven started. Betting: 5 to 2 agsfc Lady Marion, 3 to 1 Surprise and Clarendon. Won by a length and a-half. Time, lmin 3sec. CAULFIELD CUP, Of 15008OVS ; lOOOsovs to the nn»t horso, 300sovs to the second, and 200sovs to the third. One mile and a-balf. Mr O'Shannassy's Chicago, syrs, by The Drummer— CorUande. 7.4 ... ... (Campbell) 1 Mr S L West's Tradition, 7.4 ... (Aspinall) 2 Mr WT Jones' Bravo, 8.7... ... (Gorry) 3 Honeydew (9.0), Cardigan (8.12), Enfilade (8.7), Spade Guinea (8.7), Stanley (8.5), Dividend (8.3), Pakeha (7.8), Touchstone (7.6), The Charmer (7.5), Newmaster (7.2), Plutarch (7.2), King of the West (7.0), Victory (7.0), Sorclla (6.12), Menotti (6.11), Crown Brand (6.10), Rouge et Noir (6.8) also'started. Betting : 6to 1 Bravo ; 7 to 1 The Charmer; 8 to 1 Chicago; 10 to 1 Pakeha, Cardigan, Stanley, and Touchstone ; 12 to 1 Enfilade, Spade Guinea, and Plutarch. In the paddock Chicago, The Charmer, and Pakeha met with most favour, and were well supported by the public. The flag fell to an excellent start, and after fairly settling into their stride the colours of The Charmer, Plutarch, Crown Brand, Enfilade, Spade Guinea, and Chicago could be seen well to the front. As they swept past the stand the first time SpadeJJGuinea had command of the field, with Dividend and The Charmer in close attendance. Much the same order was maintained until six furlongs had been left behind, when Gorry made a move on the favourite, and gradually cutting down the leading division was at the head of affairs when a mile had been traversed. Bravo continued to increase his lead, and when nearing the straight was three lengths ahead of the ruck in which Spade Guinea, Plutarch, The Charmer, Enfilade, Chicago, and Tradition showed prominently. The favourite led ac the distance post, but here he was challenged by The Charmer, who answering gamely soon had the lead. Bravo came again, and though he regained the lead he had to contend against Chicago, Tradition, and Enfilade, who were at his girth. Well within the distance Chicago and Tradition made (heir effort, and the former staying the longest, caught the judge's eye a length and a-half in front of Tradition, who in turn was half a length ahead of Bravo. Then followed Enfilade, Pakeha, Cardigan, Plutarch, and Stanley. Honeydew finished last. Time, 2min 38|sec. OPEN HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, Of 300sovs. Two and a-half miles. Mr J Richard's Coolart, aged ... ... 1 Mr J S Miller's Reny, aged ... ... ... 2 Ellerslle, aged ... ... ... ... 3 Seven started. Two to 1 agst Coolart, 4to 1 Reny and Ellerslie. Won easily. Time smin ssec. WINDSOR HANDICAP, Of2oosovs. Sixfurlongs. Mr T Sampson's Bofchwell, 4yrs, by The Assyrian—Erlani ... ... ... ... 1 Mr T Carslake's Gladstone, 3yrs ... ... 2 Mr S Miller's Wyvis, 3yrs ... ... ... 3 Sixteen started. Betting : 6to 4 agst Gladstone, 3 to 1 Bothwell, 8 to 1 bar two. Won easily by a length and a half. Time, lmin 14|8ec. RACING IN ENGLAND. YORK. Tuesday, August 28. YORKSHIRE OAKS, Of 15sova each, 5 ft, with 200 added; the Becond received 50sovs, and the third saved stake. One mile and a-quarter. Mr D Baird's br f Briar-root, by Springfield— Eglentyne, 9.3 ... ... ... (Warne) 1 Mr vyner's b f Fallow Chat, by Hagioscope— Stone Chat, 8.10 ... ... (Glover) 2 Mr W Low 's oh f Hall Mark, by Sterling— La Gascadeuße. 8.10... ... ... T Cannon) 3 Mr HLambton's Santa Roßalia,B.3 ... (Rickaby) 0 Mr R. Osborne'a Countess Lilian, 8.3 F(W Platt) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Hall Mark and Briar-root, 6 to 1 Couuteßß Lilian and Santa Rosalia, 7 to 1 Fallow Chat. Briar-root won easily by a length from Fallow Chat, the latter having secured second money by the &ame distance in the last few strides, j The other two were beaten off. Value of the I stakes, £345. GREAT BREEDERS' CONVIVIAL PRODUCE STAKES, Of lOaovs each, 3ft, with 400 added; the second received 50bovb, and third 25aovs ; the nominator of the winner received 50sovs, and the nominator of the Becond 2osovs. T.Y.O. (Five furlongs 44yds.) Lord Londonderry's br f Wenonah, by Galopin — E5a.8.12 ... ... (F Barrett) 1 Mr Winn's b f Lady Clifton, by Rosebery, dam by Landmark— Sweet Spirit, 7.13 (G Woodburn) 2 Mr S Platt's gr o The Solent, by SouthamptonLady Grace, 8.12... ... ...(Finley) 3 Mr Fawcetfc's Binjrfield, 8.7 ... • (Eickaby) 0 Sir R Jardine's Gilsland, 8.7 ... ... (Glover) 0 Mr F Bate's Wynvard, 8.2 ... (WPlatt) 0 Mr T Valentine's Kinkora, 8.5 ...(Weldon) 0 Lord Zetland's colt by Uncas— Ellangowan, 8.10 (Wattß) 0 Mr J Lowther's Charlatan, 8.2 (J Woodburn) 0 Mr H Lambton's The Dolphin, 7.13 (G Barett) 0 Mr F W Lambton's Filly by Master Kildare— Wee Lassie, 8.2 ... ... ... (Fagan) 0 Lord lascelle*B Golden Bell, 8.6 ... (Robinson 0 Betting : 7 to 2 agst Ellangowan colt, 4to 1 Bingfield, 5 to 1 Wenonah, 7 to 1 Lady Clifton. As they rounded the bend Wenonah returned to tbe head of affairs and after an effort on the part of the Ellangowan colt to creep up next the rails he died out, and Wenonah ran home an easy winner by three lengths. Value of the stakes, £360. Wednesday, August 29. prince of wales' stakes, Of 15aova eaoh, 10 ft, with 500sovs added, for two-year-olds ; . second received lOOsovs, the third 2550v8, the nominator of the winner lOOaovß, and the nominator of Ihe second oObovb. T.Y.O. Mr B Lascellea' b o Nunfchorpe, by Speculum or Camballo— Matilda. 9.5 ... (Bruckshaw) 1 Mr J Lowfcher's eh c WorMngton, by Chariberfc— Hematite, 9.5 ... ... (Wafcts) 2 Mr Vyner'abf Mlnthe, by Camballo— Mint Sauce, 8.4 ... ... .» (G Barrett) 3

Sir R Jardine's Cateran, 8.7 ... (llover) Lord Londonderry's Wenonah, 9 2 (F Barratt) 0 Mr R Osborne's Ourraghmore, 8.7 (Platt) 0 Duke of Westminster's Fleur deLys, 8.4 (T Cannon, juu.) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 agst Minthe, 3 to 1 Fleur de Lys, 5 to 1 Nunthorpe, 100 to 15 Workington. Workington had his head in front to the middle of the stand, when Nunthorpe collared him and won easily by a length ; five lengths between second and third. GREAT BBOR HANDICAP PLATE, Of lOOOsovs, by subscription of 20aovs eaoh. One mile and a-half over the old con,rie. Mr W Sanderaon'a gr f Nappa, by Napabury — Looking-glass, 4yfs, 8.10 ... (J Snowden) 1 Mr J T Whipp's brg Tommy Tittlemouse, by Berserker—Lady Stately, 6yr», 8.11 _ (T Weldon) 2 Mr R Peck's b g Hungarian, by Kisber— Zara, 6yrs, 7.12" ... ... (Allsopp) 3 Mr W Winn's Lady Roßebery, 3yrs, 7.3 (W Wood) 0 Mr 0 Perkin's Matin Bell, 4yrs, 8.12 (J Fagan) 0 MrFairie's Sorrento, 4yrs, 8.10... (W Warne) 0 Mr Melville's Horton, 4yr5,8.5... (W Robinson) 0 Lord Dudley's Jacob, 6yrs, 8.2 ... (F Barrett) 0 Mr J Oharlton's Treasurer, 3yrs, 7.13 ( W Rickahy) 0 Mr Naylor's Frank, 3yrs, 7.10 ... (J Woodburn) 0 Lord Cadogan's Astrologer, 3yrs, 7.8 (G Barrett) 0 SirßJardine'sMoßqne,4yrß,7.7 (Luke) 0 Mr H Lambton's Santa Roßalia, 3yrs, 7.3 (PM'Guire) 0 Betting : 4to 1 agst Treasurer, 6 to 1-Hun-garian and Astrologer, 9 to 1 Tommy Tittlemouse, 10 to 1 Sorrento, Mosque, and Horton, 100 to 8 Frank, 100 to 7 Jacob and Lady Rosebery, 20 to 1 Nappa. Half a mile from home Treasurer was well beaten, and with Lord Rosebery joining Hungarian they were succeeded to the bend by Frank, Nappa, Tommy Tittlemouse, and Sorrento. When fairly in full view of the winningpost Hungarian shook off Lady Rosebery and then almost immediately resigned to Tommy Tittlemouse, the pair bring pursued by Nappa, Lady Rosebery, Sorrento, and Frank. At thia point Nappa came out in pursuit of Tommy Tittlemouse, and although she seemed to hang fire a little when Snowden picked up his whip, she gradually wore " Tommy" down and won a good race by half a length, three lengths dividing second and third. Time, 2miu 43 l-ssec. Value of the Btakes, £1000. Thubsday, August 30. GREAT YORKSHIRE STAKES, Of 15sova each, 10ft, with 500 added. The second received lOOsovs, and the third 50sovb, the breeder of the winner lOOaovs, and the breeder of the second 50aovs ; entrance, 38ovb. One mile and three-quarters. Duke of Westminster's eh o Ossory, by Bend Or — Lily Agnea, 9.2 ... ... (T Cannon) 1 Mr J H Houldsworth's br c Arrandale, by Springfield -Morgiana, 9.2 ... ... (Warne) 2 Lord Zetland's b o Caerlaverock, by Isonomy— Ellangowan, 8.12 ... ... (Watts) 3 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Caerlaverock, 5 to 4 Ossory, 6 to 1 Arrandale. From the bend Caerlaverock, who was lying at the quarters of Ossory, began to pitch about, and inside the distance he was collared by Arran« dale, who, after making a bold show for a few strides, gradually compounded, and left Ossory to win ruther easily by a length ; half a length between second and third. Time, 3min 37seo. Value of the stakes, £497. DERBY. Tuesday, September 4. CHAMPION BREEDERS' FOAL STAKES, Of lOOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each, for two-year-olds ; the nominator of the winner received 200sovs, and thu owner and nominator of the second each 50sovs out of the stakes. About five furlongs. Mr J Pritchard's br filly, by Bruce— Mra Jones 8.3 (WPlatt) I Lord Calthorpe's b c Windfall, by Petrarch— Windgrove Lass, 8.5 ... (Robinson) 2 Mr G Cleveland's b c Bret Harte, by Speoulum - Rent Day, 8.5 ... ... (S Loates) 3 Mr J H Houldsworth's Helioscene, 8.2 (Warne 0 Baron de Rothschild's Chariclee, 8.10 (F Barrett) 0 Mr Vyner's Minthe, 8.2 ... (Oalder) 0 Lord Bradford's Davenport, 8.2 ... (Wall) 0 Mr P H Coombe'a Unco Guid, 8,2 (Hickaby) 0 Mr J A Craven's Porlock, 85 ... (J Woodburn) 0 Mr H Ranford'o Master Charlie, 8.13 (Martin) 0 Sir J Duke's Alohemißt, 8.10 ... (White) 0 Mr R C Naylor'o Tapageur, 8.5 ... (Fagan) 0 Duke of Westminster's Ormuz, 8.2 (T Cannon, jun.) 0 Mr A Taylor's Lancashire Lad, 8.2 (.G Barrett) 0 Betting : 4 to 1 agst Lancashire Lad, 6 to 1 Helioscene, 100 to 12 Chariclee and Minthe, 10 to 1 Ormuz. 100 to 9 Mrs Jones filly, 100 to 8 Davenport, 100 to 6 Porlock, 20 to 1 Windfall, and Bret Harte. The Mr 6 Jones filly was never once squeezed, and won easily by three lengths ; two lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 6 l-sth sec. Value of the stakes, £1024 15s. PEVERIL OF THE PEAK STAKES (handicap), Of lOOOsovb,' by subscription of 25gs each, 15ft ; the second received 50sovs. The straight mile. Lord Cadogan's eh c Astrologer, by HermitStella, 3vrs, 6.7 ... ... (Wall) 1 Mr P Renfrew's b c Sweetheart, by Peter— True Love, 4yrs, 7.0 ... <T. Loates) 2 Mr T Valentine's b f St. Helen, by Springfield— Sfc. Hilda, 4yrß, 6.12 ... ... (Mullen) 3 Mr J Lov/ther's King Monmouth, 6yra, 8.12 (Watts) 0 Mr J O'Neill's The Rejected, 4yrs, 8.12 (Fagan) 0 MrW Blake's Exmoor,syrs, 8.10 (E Martin) 0 Mr Abington's Gallinule, 4yr«, 8 9 „.(S Loates) 0 Mr H T Fanwick's Phil, 4yrs, B.s ...(Rickaby) 0 Mr Warren's Shillelagh, 3yra 8.4 (Robinson) 0 Mr WJLegh'B Veracity, 4yrs, 8.4 ... (Calder) 0 Mr Mackenzie's Upset, syrs, 7.9 (G Barrett) 0 Mr H C Naylor's Fulmen, aged, 7.6 (J Woodburn) 0 MrO Perkins' Porcelain, 4yrs, 7.6 ... (Luke) 0 Mr H F Boyd's Cactus, 4yrs, 7.5 [carried 7-6] (Warne) 0 Mr T Price's True Blue 11, syrß, 7.4 (Chandley) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Dante, 4yrs, 7.2 (Cleminson) 0 Mr Childwick'a Hugo, 4yrs, 7.1 ... (Allsopp) 0 Betting: 8 to 1 agst True Blue 11, 100 to 12 Shillelagh, 10 to 1 Phil, Upset, St. Helen and Sweetheart, 100 to 9 Dante, 100 to 8 Exmoor, Veracity, Fulmen and Cactus, 20 to 1 Astrologer. As they approached the distance Hugo began to roll all over the course, and having cannoned St. Helen he then made tracks towards Astrologer and Sweetheart, who were battling together on the stand side. This pair managed to just clear him, and Astrologer then kept in front to the end, and won by three parts of a length, Wednesday, September 5. DEVONSHIRE NURSERY HANDICAP, Of lOOaova, by subscription of 25#« each. For two-year-olds. The second received 50sovs out of the plate. About six furlongs. Mr C Archer's b f Eulalia, by Pero Gomez — Hilarity, 7.2 ... ... (J Griffith) 1 Mr J H Houldsworth'a eh f Ixia, 8.4 ... (Warne) 2 Lord Ellesmere's eh c Lutzen, 8.7 (S Loatea) 3 Mr J Jamießon's Dryad 11, 8.12 ... (Webb) 0 Mr Abington'B Freemason, 8.10 ... (Watti) 0 1 Captain Machell's Italica, 8.10 ... (Robinson) 0 Mr R Gladstone's Baffa, 8.3 ... (Weldon) 0 Duke of Hamilton'fl^Aggle, 8.2 ... (M Cannon) 0 Lord Durham's Asp'en Leaf, 8.0 ... (Rickaby) 0 Mr Lde Rothschild's Heptarchy, 7.13 (F Barrett) 0 Lord Rosslyn's Ladybird, 7.9 ... (T Loates) 0 Mr P Buchanan's The Governor, Mr E Martin's Conan, 7.10 ... (E Martin) 0 Mr F V Gooch'a Jack Frost, 7.8 ... (Wall) 0 General O. Williams' Symphony, 7.7 ... ... ... (GOhdoner) 0 Mr A Taylor's Stourbay, 7.7 ... (GBarreM) 0 Mr B O Naylor's Fiddlededee, 7.4 (J Woodburn) 0 Mr H Hall's Wansbeok, 7.4 ... (Ohandley) 0 Mr J W Elliott's Tranaept, 6.8 .... (Piercy) 0 Betting : 4to 1 agst The Governor, 100 to 15 Italica, 100 to 9 Eulalia, 100 to 8 Uia and Baffa,

100 to 7 Aspen Leaf and Conan, 20 to 1 Dryad 11, Freemason, and Lutzen. From the distance a slashing race ensued, Bulalia securing the verdict by a head from Ixia, half a length dividing second and third, and a head third and fourth. Time, Imin 19 4-sth sec. Value of the stakes, £950. BREEDERS' ST. LEGER STAKES, Of lOOOsovb, added to a sweepstake of lOsovs each. For three-year-olds. The nominator of the winner received 200bovb, and the owner and nominator of the second each 50sovs out of the stakes. About a mile. Lord Faimouth's b f Rada, by Speculum— Nellie Macgregor, 8.12 ,„ ... (Webb) 1 tLord Zetland's b c Caerlaverock, by lsonomy — Ellangowan, 9.4 ... ... (Watts) 2 tMr J H Houldßworth'B brc Arrandale, by Springfield—Morgiana, 94 ... '" ... (Warne) 3 Lord Bradford's Merry Andrew, 9.4 (Rtekaby) 0 Lord Haitinga' Queen's Counsel, 8.10 (F Barrett) 0 Lord Calthorpe'a Toscano, 9.4 ... (Robinson) 0 Mr Kaylor's White Flag, 8.3 ... (J Woodbnrn) 0 Mr T Valentine's Sky Pilot, 9. 1 ... (T Weldon) 0 MrßVyner'BAperse9.l ...(.T Bruokshaw) 0 Duke of Westminster's Dornoch, 8.3 (T. Cannon, jun) 0 Lord Lascelles' East Indian, 8.3 ... (S Loates) 0 Lord Bradford's Fair Haven, 8.0... (FRosßiter) 0 Mr Theobald's Pull Together, 9.4 (G Barrett) 0 Mr J Oharlton's Treasurer, 8.10 ... (T Loates) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 agst Rada, 6 to 1 Merry Andrew, 10 to 1 Caelaverock and Arrandale. Half a mile from home Treasurer, East Indian, and Queen's Counsel disappeared from the van. Before reaching the distauce the favourite was sent to the front, and keeping there to the end Bhe won easily by a length from Caerlaverock, who caught Arrandale and Dornoch in the last few strides and secured second money by a head. Thursday, September 6. HARTINGTON PLATE (handicap), Of lOOOsovs, by subscription of 25gs each, 15 ft ; the second received SOsovs oufc of the plafce. About five furlongs. Sir R Jardine's b f Hawthorn, by Albert VictorHawthorn Bloom, 4yrs, 7.6 ... (Oalder) 1 Lord Penrhyn's br o> Noble Chieftain, by Fitz-James-Village Bell, 3yrs, 9.0 ... (Weldon) 2 Mr J Jameson's eh f Assiduity, by ZealotEmerald, 3yrs, 6.7 ... ... (Chandley) 3 Mr A Cooper's Bismarck, 3yrs, 9.7 ... (Webb) 0 MrGHauton'sCobler,4yrß,9.2 ... (Watts) 0 Mr H Miluer's Whistle Jacket, 4yrs, 7.12 (G Barrett) 0 Mr H T Fenwick's Southill, 4yre, 7.13 (Rickaby) 0 Lord Calthorpe'e Sandal, 3yrs, 7.13 (Robinson) 0 Mr R Sherrard's Cassimere, 3yrs, 7.12 (Hlover) 0 Lord Hastings' Maiden Bell, 3yrs, 7.10 (Warne) 0 General O Williams' Helmsley, 3yrs, 7.0 (JWoodburn) 0 Mr P Renfrew's Cymbalaria, 6yrs, 6.13 (T Loates) 0 Lord Oadogan'B Franciscan, 3yrs. 8.13 (Ohaloner) 0 MrW Low's Hall Mark, 3yrs, 6.11 (M Cannon) 0 Mr Younger't Flower o' the May, 3yrß, 6.7 (Blake) 0 Colonel Forester's St. John, 3yra, 6.6 (Wail) 0 Mr W R Marshall's Hazlewood, 4yrs, 6.9 (Mullen) 0 Betting : 9to 2 against Sandal, 7 to 1 Bismarck, 8 to 1 Cobler, 10 to 1 Helmsley, Hazlewood, and Hawthorn, 100 to 8 Franciscan, and Assiduity, 100 to 7 Sb, John and Noble Chieftain. Hawthorn and Noble Chieftain on the two extremes challenged Assiduity, and the verdict was a neck in favour of Sir Robert Jardine's filly, Noble Chieftain 'beating Asssiduity by three parts of a length for second place. Time, Imin 6 3-ssec. Value of the stakes, £950. DONCASTBR. Tuesday, September 11. CHAMPAGNE BTAKES, For two-year-olds, £30 each, JBSOO added, the owner of the second to receive £100, third to save stake. Five furlongs 152 yds. Mr 0 Perkins' eh c Chitabob, by Robert the Devil —Jennie Howlet, by The Palmer, 812 ... 1 MrW Low's be Gay Hampton, 8.12 „. ... 2 Lord Durham's eh f Gulbeyaz 8.9 ... ... 3 Four others ran. Betting : 2to 1 agst Chitabob, 8 to 1 Gulbeyaz, 9 to 1 Gay Hampton. Won by a neck after a good race, Gulbeyaz a poor third. THE GREAT YORKSHIRE HANDICAP PLATE, Of lOOOsova £20 each, second to receive £50, third to to save stake. One mile six furlongs and 132 yds. Duke of Beaufort's eh h Bulton Park, syrs, by Avontes— Makesure 7.4 ... ... ... 1 Mr John Charlton's eh o Treasurer, 3yrs, 0.0 ... 2 Lord Durham's b f Drizzlo, 4yrs, 6.2 ... 3 Ten others ran. Betting : 2to 1 agst Bulton Park, sto 2 Drizzle, 3to 1 Treasurer. Won by a length, a bad third.

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