; KEMPTOtf PARK.
Fbidat, Mat 10. KBMPTON PARK GREAT JUBILEH STAKES, A handicap of 3000gs, by subscription of 50ga each ; . ' the* second received 200eovs, and the third lOOsova' out of the stakes. The Rew Mile Course. General Byrne'e eh c Amphion, by Speculum or ] Rosebery— Suicide, 3yrs, 7.1 [including ,71b exfcra] ... ... ... (Bradbury) 1 Lord Oholmondeley'a br c Screech Owl, by Wisdom— Noisy, 3yra, 5.7... "i ■ ..'.•• (Peake)' 2 Mr J O'Neill's eh h The Kejeoted, by $ing,qf Trumps— Accepted, Syru, 8.3 ... (Rickaby) 3 Mr T B Miller's b c Linkboy, 3yrs, 6.10 - (T Mullen) 4 Mr Leybourne's b c Goldseeker, 4yrs, 9,1 (Calder) 0 Mr P Renfrew's b h Lisbon, 6yrß," 8.3 (T Loates) 0 Duke of Beaufort's eh m Beve dOr, syrs, 8.0 (T Cannon, jun.) 0 Duke of Westminster's ch'c Orbit, 4yrs, 7.13 (G Barrett) 0 Prince Soltykoff's eh £ Lore-in-Idleness, 4yr5,'7.13 '•' (M Cannon) 0 Mr W Smith's b c Bullion,. 4yrs, 7.7 (S Loates) 0 Mr F Douglas' ch h Martley, syrs, 7.3 (Wall) 0 Captain L H Jones' be Theophilus, 3yrs, 7.3 (JWoodburn) 0 Mr G Haughton's oh h Arundel, 6yrs, 6.12 (JJ Griffiths) 0 Mr T Cannon's eh h True Blue 11, 6yrs, 6.7 (G Chaloner) 0 Mr J Hammond's b c Powder Puff, 4yra, 6.7 , (W Blake) 0 Mr J Corlett's William the Silent, 3yrs, 5.8 (A Martin) 0 Betting : sto 1 agst Goldseeker, 11 to- 2 True Blue 11, 11 to 2 Orbit, 100 to 11 Love-in-idle-ness, 10 to 3L The Rejected, 100 to 8 Amphion and Screech' Owl. At half the journey Screech Owl was leading a couple of lengths from Amphion, who was nearly as far ahead of True Blue 11. Before reaching the bend Orbit and Goldseeker struck their flags, and with this example quickly copied by Love-in-Idlenesa and Tb.ebpb.ilus, Screech Owl and Amphion came into the line for home with an undinainished advantage from Marfcley, Bullion, The Rejected, True Blue 11, aDd Linkboy. For some time beforehand True Blue II had been in trouble, but when Amphion shot up on the inside and collared Screech Owl a distance and a-haif from home, a gap still separated them' from Bullion, The Rejected, Hartley, and Linkboy. No sooner had Amphion drawn level with Screech Owl than he forged ahead and was nearly clear when he hung a little to the centre of the course, and with Screech Owl simultaneously bearing to the rails
i he was defeated by three lengths. Time* lraitt i 46 l-ssec. Value of the stakes, £2860. Satubdat, Mat 11. KEMPTON PARK ROYAL STAKBB, Of lO.GOOsovs ; the second horse to receive oOObovs, and the nominator of the winner SOOtovs each , out of the stakes. One mile and a-quarter. , Duke oiPortlSid'B 'Be' Ayrshire^. by Hampton-^ ' <* Atalauta, 4yn, 10.1 ' • ->iv M *-v (??•#•)• 1 Lord Caithorpe'B oh f Seabreese, by J«dnoinV-4K. L Marguerite, 4yrs, 9.12 ■ ... (W Robinson) 2 ■ Duke of Portland's b g Melanion, by HftrnSJt— > Atalanta, 3yra, 8.0 .... ...^(P Barrttt) 9 MtA M Oardwell's b h The Baron, syw, JO^M j •':.-,.. •, .- s ..i. 9. (FWefe 0 i Sir F Johhstone'sch o, Friar's Balsam, 4ytt, 9.12^ )i ' ■ . , :^' ! .I . (GBarretty 0 ' Mr 5? JennningB',jjun;; oh <v Eoyßl Star, Syrs, t.i ) (JWoodburn) 0 Mr J V Laurence's b t Wishing Gate, $y», 7-11 > , (TLoates) 9 Betting: 5 to 4 on Friar's Balsam, 100 to 30 > agst Melanion, 6to 1 Ayrshire, 10 to 1 Seabreeze, . 30 to 1 Royal Star, 50 to 1 The Baron, and Wishing Gate. ) Half a mile from home Friar's Balsam began to hold out signals of distress, and although his > jockey" los tftfo time in moving iQSdii him; he was . passed in quick succession by Melanion, Ayrshire, and Seabreeze. In the next hundred > yards the Duke of Portland's pair changed places, and when^ Wishing .Gate had deprived > Royal Star of ihe command before teaching the . bend, Ayrshire went on second, while Melanion and Seabreeze closed with Royal Star; '.These were now clear of Friar's Balsam, and as soon as * the line for home was made Ayrshire took up i the running attended by Seabreeze. These old * opponents at once drew, rapidly away, from 1 Wishing Gate, Melanion, and Royal Btar, and although Seabreeze struggled gamely on she was ; unable to reach Ayrshire, and succumbed easily : by a leDgfch. Time, 2miu 15 l-ssec. Value of stakes, £9500 to the winner and £500 to the 1 second.
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