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RACING IN ENGLAND.

LEICESTER. Tuesday, Skptesibeb 16. badminton foal plate, Of lOOOsovs (700aovs to the winner. 200sovb to tho nominitor of the winntr, nnd 50sovs eaoh to the owner and nominator of the second). Fivo furlongs. Mr D Baird's eh f PhylHda, by Phllammon— Lady Gower. 8.11 ... ... (Warne) 1 Mr Brodriok-Cloete's b f Cereza, by Petrarch — Cherry, 9 0 ... ... (J Watts) 2 Lord Penrhyn's b f Queen of the Fairies, by Beauclero— EH Knot. 9.4 ... (Weldon) 3 Mr H Milner b f St. Kilda. by Olairvaux or Maoheatb—Emma Mclhourne, 8.8 ... (T Loafcp.3) 4 Mr E Collins' Gay Bob, 0 0 ... (Otilder) 0 Mr W Jarvis' Crinoline, 8 8 ... (Woodburn) 0 Mr T Jennings', jun, Cordon Bleu, 811 (Peake) 0 Mr J Thomeon's Hunwick, 9.0 ... (P W Lane) 0 Mr ATaylnr's Heroic, 811 ... (MOnmn) 0 Bpftiwf: 2to 1 acre!, Si. K.!da, 7to 2 Cireze p».-.P:yJJid/., 9 t'i 2 Qh-'.j m tv Fti.ij . Qpof>n 'i iti- -vj f.., !.- ,v ,1-rhi, ic. i -f Pnyl'i'J '- e.o'l (J..v i'j-s*. ■:d -v i.LJ, wt;».- i!m>-travsllo-i i;i the font ; (,!■'• in 3 ', vhmi G^.y JJob bpfrt a retreat, and Phyiiirf:i <iep<-iv«d Q <oen of the Fairies of the commatid. The tr-vourili waß always running a littio outpacod, and from tbo diafcauca she waa shaken off by Cereza, who failed, however, to quite reach Phyllida, and succumbed by a neck, a length dividing second and third. Value of the stakes, £888 93.

MANCHESTER" Thubsday, Septembeb 18. Lancaster nursery handicap plate. Of lOOOsovs, for two-year-olds : second received 50aovs out of the Plate. Five furlongs. Baron de Rothschild's h c Mardi Graß, by Robett the Dsvil— Skotzka, 8 6 ... (FBarrfU) 1 Mr F Barratt'sb f Florence, 7.9 (.lacl. 101b extra] (S Loatei) 3 Xiord Dudley 1 ! br a Bog Myrtle, 7.8 { J Woodburn) 3

Mr Fairies eh c Guardian, 7.12 ... (Warne Gon -ral O W.lliams' Conifer. 8 7 ... (Weldon 0 Mr J Lowther's King's Evil, 8 4 ... (Morgan 0 Mr B Maple's Prince Hampton, 8.4 (T Loates 0 Colonel North's Arturo, 8.3 [inol. 101b extra] (M Cannon) 0 Mr A Taylor's colt byßuohanau— Synope, 7.8 (R Chaloner) 0 Lord Galthorpe'a Harpstrlng, 7.6 (G Ohaloner ; 0 Mr D Peacock's Lady of the Manor, 7.3 (Wall) 0 Mr T Cannon's Billow, 7.2 ... (Bradbury) 0 Lord Gerard's Sweet Vernal, 7.1 ... (Mullen) 0 Mr AM Singer's Scrouffe, 7.0 ... (Blake) 0 Mr R Gladstone's Porridge, 6.8 (G Brown) 0 Mr W I'Anson's Colin, 6.0 ... (Bradford) 0 Betting : 11 to 4 agst Florence, sto 1 Arturo, 7 to 1 Bog Myrtle, 9 to 1 Mardi Graa and Colin. A quarter of a mile from home Loates was driving the favourite, who had been easily outpaced. At the commencement of the Btaud enolosure Mardi Gras rapidly overhauled those in front of him, and in the meanwhile Florence was making up her ground very fast. She seemed however to hang fire in the last 100 yds, and although coming again on the post Bhe was beateu by a head; three-partß of a length between seoond and third.

Fbiday, September 19. BREEDERS' FOAL STAKES, Of 1300sovs (800sovs to the winner. 300sovs to- the nominator of the winner, and lOOsovs each to the owner and nominator of the second)" by subscription of 20gs. Five furlongs. Mr J H Houldsworth's b or br o Springtime by Springfield- Sunray, 8.8 [carried 8.9] (J Watts) 1 Mr B ImsCdlles' eh f Pannouia, by Hagioscope— Australia, 8.13 ... ... fßruckahaw'* 9 Mr B W Baird's blk o Flodden Field, by MardenS'ster pf Mercy, 9.5 (T Oannon) 3 Mr H Miller a Rousseiu, 9.2 ... (T Loates) 0 Mr F Bates' Grouse Moor, 8.8 ... (J Osborue) 0 Mr W de la Kue's Sjhism. 8.5 [carried 87] Mr W R Marshall's The Hudson, 8.8 ° (Platt) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Springtime, 85 to 40 Flodden Field, 7 to 1 Rousseau, 100 to 8 Fannoaia. Grouse Moor cut out the work for 300 yds or 400 yds, and then gave way to Springtime and Schism. Flodden Field drow up to the girths of Springtime, and soomod to have the boat of the favourite until he was asked a question in earnest. This pressure caused Springtime to draw away again from Flodden Field, and being challenged by Ponnonia, they ran a good race to the end, whioh Springtime won cleverly by half a length.

Satubdat, Septbiibbb 20. Lancaster plate, " Of ll.OOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of 2030vs eaoh. Weight for sge. The nominator of the winner received 10003cvs out of the stakes, the second received lOOOsovs, the nominator of the aeoond 500, the owner of the third 300, and the nominator of the third 200 out of the stakes. Seven furlongs. Gen. Byrne's eh c Amphion, by Speculum or Rosebery -Suicide, 4yrs, 10.2 (T Gannon) 1 Mr D Baird's b c Martagon, by Bond Or— Tiger Lily, 3yrs, 9 2 ... t M Oannon) 2 Lord Rosebery s iilly by Foxhall-Chopotte, 2yrs. 7 2 ... ... ... (W Blake) 3 Duke of Westminster's eh c Orion, by Bend Or— Shotover, 2yrs. 7.6 ... (G Barrett) 4 Prince Soltykoff s eh c Gold, by Sterling— Lucetta. 4yr8, 9.13 ... ... (F Webb) 0 Duke of Portland's br f Memoir, by St. SimonQuiver, 3yrs, 9 9 ... ... (J Watts) 0 Mr J H Houldsworth'i b o Orvieto, by Bend Or Napoll, 2yrs, 7.12 ... ... (Warne) 0 Duke of Beaufort's br f SJnionetta, by St. Simon — Ithona, 3yrs, 7.6 ... (H Ohaloner) 0 Duke of Portland's br c St. Serf, by St. Simon— Feronla, 3yra, 9 9 ... ... (T Loates) 0 Betting: 11 to 8 agst Amphion, 11 to 4 Memoir, 7 to 1 Orion, 10 to 1 St. Serf, 100 to 7 Chopette filly, 20 to 1 Orvieto, 33 to 1 Gold and Martagon, 50 to 1 Simonetta. At the fall of the flag the Chopotte filly and Martagon jumped away just clear of Orvieto, Amphion, and Gold, with Memoir last for about a furlong. By that time the Ohopette filly bad drawn a couple of lengths ahead of Martagon, and they were succeeded by Orvieto, Orion, Simonetta, and Amphion, with Gold now the whipper-in, behind the Duke of Portland's pair. Aa they entered the straight Martagon was closing again with the Chopotte filly, and Orvieto, who remained third, first ran out a little and then cut in again. The upshot was that he caused a bit of a scrimmage, in which Amphion was nearly "floored," while St. Sarf waß thrown out of bis stride and Orion driven on to the rails. The recovery of Amphion was very quick, considering that for the moment Cannon lost hold of bis reins, and he went on fifth to the Ohopette filly and Martagon, being separated by them from Orvieto ! and Memoir. A quarter of a mile from home the St. Leger heroine was beaten, and Orion, who had been much hampered, was now seeking for an opening in the heels of the Chopette filly and Martagon. This was never fairly secured, and Orvieto having died out at the distance, Martagon drew on nearly level terms with the Chopette filly, Amphion at the same tir/ie taking his place at their girths. From this point Amphiou was called upon to challenge the two leaders, and, having accomplished his object before reaching the commencoment of Tattorsall's inclosure, he was ridden out to the end and won by a length and a-half from Martagon, who defeated the Chopette filly by a head for second money. Orioa was a good fourth, with Memoir and Orvieto fifth and sixth at an interval of two lengths, these being thrice as far ahead of Gold and St. Sarf in the order named, with Simonetta last. Time, lmin 29 4 sseo. Value of the stakes, £9091 15s.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1918, 20 November 1890

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