RACING IN ENGLAND.
GOODWOOD. Tuesday, July SO. THE STEWARDS' CUP,
Value 3008OVB, added to a handicap sweepstakes of lOaovo each, h ft ; winners extra; the second received 50sots out of the staks. T.Y.O. (six furlongs). Mr A James' eh h Dog Eose, by See Saw— Hedge Hose, 6yrs, 7.12 „. ... (JWoodburn) 1 General Byrne's oh o Amphlon, by Speculum or Hosebery— Suicide. 3yrs. 8.13 ... (J Watts) 2 Lord Penrnyn's br o Noble Chieftain, by Fiz James Vill Belle. 4- 8.7 (Weldon) 3
.age jtseue. 4jrs, ... ... . eiaon Mr R Sherwood's b h, Gervas, by Trappiat—Headlock, syrs, 8.0 ... ... (Liddiard) 4 Duke of Portland's b c Johnny Morgan. 4yrs, 8.8 (M Cannon) 0
Lord Hastings' eh c St Patrick, 3yrs, 8 1
(F Barrett) 0 Lord Dudley's eh h Monsieur de Paris, aged 7.11 (CLoates) 0 Mr B Maple's gr g The Gloamin, syrs, 7.10
(TLoates) 0 Duke of Westminster's eh c Ormuz, 3yrs, 7.10
(G Barrett) 0 Mr W Smith's b c Bullion. 4yrs, 7.9 (4Haopp) 0 Mr F Douglas' eh h Hartley, syrs, 7.8 (Calder) 0 Captain F Mosenfchal'a b or br c Admiral Benbow, 4 7.2 W Green) 0
<yrs, ... ... ... ( Mr P Pings' br f Misß Ethel, 3yrs, 7.4
Lord Eodney's b c Danbydale, 4yrs, 7.1
(Bradbury) 0 Lord Haslings' b f Maiden Belle, 4yra, 6.7
(C Downes) 0 Duke of Beaufort's blk c Arquebus. 3yrs, 6,1
(G Chaloner) 0 Mr C Hibbert's b c Tortoise. 3yrs, 6.0 (Peake) 0 Mr J Corlett'B b c William the Silent, 3yrs, 5.7
(A Martin) 0
Betting : sto 1 agst Danbydale, 100 to 14 Amphion, 100 to 12 Martley, 10 to 1 Noble Chieftain, 100 to 8 Bullion and The Gloamin, 100 to 7 Geryas and Dog Rose. At the distance Amphion began to reduce the command of Dog Rose, and simultaneously Noble Chieftain obtained an opening, although in doing so he had to steer to the centre of the course, and then incline toward the stand side. Fast as he finished Noble Chieftain could not reach the two leaders, and a game effort on the part of Amphion having carried him to the shoulders of Dog Rose, he was incapable of farther improvement, and lost the verdict by a neck, three-parts of a length separating second and third. Time, lmin 16seo. Value of the stakes, £602.
Wednesday, July 31.
THE OHBS.TEBFIBLD CIJP (Handicap), Value 300sovB, added to a sweepstakes of 15sovs each, 5f t ; winners extra ; - the second received
50bovb out of the stakes. Graven course (one mile and a-quarter). Mr W J Legh'a b h Veracity, by Wisdom— Vanish, svrs. 9.3 (Caldp 1
yr0, .,. ... ... ... (Calder) Mr N Fenwick's eh f Mercy, 3yrs, 6.0 [oar. 6.4] (Biake) 2
Mr D Henfcy's eh c Whitelegs, 4yr8, 7.12
(M Cannon) 8 Sir B Jardlne's Hawthorn, syrs, 8.6 (T Loates) 0 Mr H T Fenwick'a Phil, syrs, 8.4 (Hickaby) 0 Mr H E Tidy's Indian Prince, 3yra, 7.10
(S Loates) 0 Mr W Low's Gay Hampton, Syrs, 7.9 (Q Barrett) 0 Mr T Gannon's Eiridspord, syrs, 7.5 (AllBopp) 0 Mr T Jennings', jim., Mamia, syra, 6.10 (PeaKe) 0 Cuke of Beaufort's Arquebus, 3yrs, fl.O
(GOhaloner) 0 Betting : 4 to 1 agst Whitelegs, *6 to 1 Veracity, 100 to 7 Mercy. Before reaching the distance Veracity, on the inside, closed with Mercy, and at onoe getting the verdict in save custody, he won easily by three-parts of a length, four lengths dividing second and third. Time, 2min 15boo. Value of the stakes. £507.
Thubsday, August 1. THE GOODWOOD CUP,
Value SOOaovs added to a Bweepstakea of 20sova eaoh, h £ t (half the sweepstakes to go to the second) ; weight for age. Two miles and a-half. Mr Warren de la Rue'i eh c Trayles, by Restless —Miss Mabel, 4yra, 9.10 ... (W Robinson) 1 Duke of Beaufort's "" t b or br f Latania, by Ben Battle— Palmula, 4yrs, 7.l ... (TLoates) 2
Betting, 4 to 1 on Trayles, who cantered in front until turning out of the straight, when he settled down with a five or six lengths' lead, which he held until half a mile from home. At this point Latania reduced the gap somewhat, but it was only on sufferance, as the jockey had been "wriggling" for some time, and keeping her well at bay to the end Trayles gained an easy verdict by four lengths. Time, smin I4sec. Value of the stakes £360. )
Fbiday, August 2. THE GOODWOOD STAKES (Handicap), Of 20sov8 each subscription, 10 ft, and only ssovb if declared, with 300sova"added ; winners extra ; the second horse received 50sovs out of the stakes. Two miles and a-half . Mr A Taylor's b or br c Ingram, by Isonomy — P'-at" ' ---I 711 (TLoatft'
-irate Queen, 4yrs, ... >oat«B) 1 Mr N Penwick's br h Tißsaphernes, by Xenophon Twitter. 5- 8 11 CJ Osb' 2
-wiener, syrs, ... ... (J Osbome) Mr Blundßll Maple's eh m Mill Stream, by Wis-
dom— Mill Race, 6yrs, 8.12 ... (F Webb) 3 Lord Bradford'a eh c Royal Oak, 3yrs, 7.2
(Wall) 0 Lord Cholmondeley's b o Master Patrick, 3yrs, 6.12 (Allsopp) 0 Lord Oalthorpo's b c Savant, 3yrß, 6.12
(G Ohaloner) 0
Betting: 6 to 5 agst Mill Stream, 3 to 1 Tissaphernes, 7 to 1 Savant, 100 to 11 Royal Oak, 100 to 8 Ingram.
In commencing the descent Royal Oak and Master Patrick mended their positions, and were second and third entering the rails from Tissaphernes on the inside, with Mill Stream and Ingram just behind them, At this point Webb was niggling at the favourite, and a little further on the placmgs underwent a complete revolution, as Sav&nt, Royal Oak, and Master Patrick collapsed, and Ingram shot to the bead of affairs. The race at once became a match between the last-named and Tieaaphemes, and with the outsider holding his own well to the end be won rather easily by a length. Time, smin 14aec. Value of the stakes, £515.
THE FINDON STAKES, Of lOsovs each, h ft (to the fund), with 200sova added, for two-year-olds ; colts 8.12, fillies 8.9 ; winners extra. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Mr A W Merry's b c Surefoot, by Wisdom, dam by Galopin— Miss Poote, 9.5 ... (Liddiaro.) 1 Prince Soltykoff's eh f Red Thorn, by Albert
Victor— Pink Thorn, 8.9 ... (M Cannon) 2 Mr Hose's b o The Cuckoo, by Springfield— Aigill, 8.12 (Rickabv) 3
y Betting : 100 to 6 on Surefoot, 20 to 1 agst Red Thorn, and 33 to 1 The Cuckoo.
Red Thorn and Cuckoo ran in front of Surefoot until a quarter of a mile from home, when he gave them the go-bye and won in a canter by three lengths ; a bad third.
MANCHESTER. Satubday, Septembeb 21. LANCASHIRE PLATE,
Of 12,000aovs, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each
for starters. The nominator of the winner to receive lOOOsovs out of the stakes; owner of second, lOOOsovs j nominator of second, SOOaovs ; owner of third, 300sovs ; and nominator of third, 20030V8. Two-year-olds, 75; three, 0.2; four, 0.9 ; mares and geldings allowed 31b, Winners extra. Duke of Portland's b c Donovan, by Galopin— Mowerina, 3rrs ... ... ... 1 Mr 0 Perkins' eh c Chitabob, by Robert the Devil — Jenny Howlet. 3vr» ... ... 2 ... 3
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1975, 26 September 1889
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