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RACING IN ENGLAND.

WINDSOR. Fbiday, May 15. THE MAY PLATE, Of lOOObovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Mrß Maple's b f Priestess, by Hermit, dam by Lord Lyon— Sadie, 8.13 ...(JWoodbum) 1 Mr T Cannon's b c Quarryman, 8.13 (M Cannon) 3 Duke of Portland's b or br f Citronella, 8. 11 '• . (JWattfl) 3 Sir E Jardine's Philistia," 8.10 ... (Allsopp) 0 Mr A M Singer's Arise, 8.10 ... (F Barrett) 0 'Mr/A Taylor's Mangalore, 8 10 ... (Lawrence) 0 Duke de la Torres Park Lane 8.10 (B Chaloaer) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 on Priestess, 7 to 2 agst Quarryman, 20 to 1 any other. A quarter of a mile from home Priestess went on and won easily by a length and a-half from Qaarryman ; a 1 length between second and third. Val^ie of the stakes, £1000. - KEMPTON PARK. i Monday, May 18, THE EMPBBSS' PBIZB (handicap), * Of lOOOsovs, of which the second received 5030V8. One mile and a quarter. Mr O D Bose's eh o Bel Demonio, by Eoberb the Devil— Lady Abbess, 4yre, 8.1 (J Woodburn) 1 Mr D Baird's b o Martagon, by Bend Or — Tiger Lily, 4yrs, 8 ; 7 ... ... (M Cannon) 2 Mr Abington's br h Father Gonfeasor, by The Abbot— SsiHroom Maid, 6yrs, 9.10 (F Barrett) 3 Mr H Milner's Shall We Remember, 4yrs, 9 0 (l,iddiard) 0 Sir B Jardine's St Benedict, 4yrs, 7.6 (Allsopp) 0 Gen O Williams' Shimmer, aged, 7.0 ... (Blake) 0 Mr L de Bothsohild'a Benvenuto, 3yrs, 6.7 (Peake) 0 Mr A Taylor's Harflenr, 4yrs. 8.6 (Lawrence) 0 Betting : 11 to 8 agst Martagon, 7to 1 Bel Demonio, 10 to 1 Father Confessor. At half distance Bonvenuto an,d Shimmer went on from Shall Wo Remember, Bel Demonio, and Martagon. When fairly in the straight Benvenuto was in trouble, and Bel Demonio and Martagon drew away, but the former always had the best of it, and won a good raoe by three parts of a length. Time, 2min 16 2-saeo. Value of the stakes, £950. MANCHESTER WHITSUNTIDE. Wednesday, May 20. the salfobd borough handicap, Of lOOOsovs, added to ai'sweepstakes of ssovs each % (the sweepstakes to go to the second). One mile. , Mr J Lowther'a oh h Workington, by Charibert— Hematite, syn, 8.9 ... (J Watts) 1 Mr W Dunne's b or br o De Beers, 3yrs, 7-4 (Alliopp) 2 Mr J H Houldsworth's br c Carrick, 4yrs, 6.13 (Heckford) 3 Mr E Burkes Mervyn, 6yrs. 8 0 (Foster) 4 Mr C J Cunningham's Uorebattle, 6yrs, 7*12 (Fagan) 0 Mr G Maaterman's Tosfcig, 4yrs, 7.12 (G Barrett) 0 Mr AH Laidlay's Hortoa, aged, 7.6 (J Woodburn) 0 Mr H Milner's Shrine. 4yrs, 7-6 (G Obaloner) 0 Colonel North's Artburo. 3yrs, 7.2 (Wood) 0 Mr A Taylor's Madame d'Albany, 4yrs, 6 11 (B Chaloner) 0 Mr H M Dyaß' Kella, 4yrs, 6 8 (Chandley) O Mr J T Whip's Xarm, 6yrs, 6.5 (Peake) 0 Sir B Jardine's Cavendish, 3yrs, 6.0 (Bradford) 0 Bettini? : 9to 4 agst De Bears, 4to 1 Workington, 100 to 8 Carrick. Below the distance Watts placed Workington at the girths of Da Beers, and waiting there for another 100 yds he then sailed to the fore and won in grand style by two lengths ; three lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 42 3-ssec. Value of the Btakos, £980. Thubsbay, May 21. , A BREEDERS' FOAL STAKBS, Of 1800sovs (1300iovs to the owner of the winner, 300*ovs to the nominator of the winner, and lOOsovs eaoh to the owner and nominator of the second), by subscription of 20gs each. Five furlongs. Colonel North's b f Lady Hermit, by Hermit or Galopin- Veliadra, 8.6 ... (M Cannon) 1 Mr Fairies b o Muter of the Horse, by St Simon — Badiant, 8.9 ... ... (Biokaby)H3 Duke of Portland's b f The Smew, by St Simon— Golden Bye, 8-9 ... ... (J Watts) 3 Mr J Osborne's Quarts, 8.9 ... (Owner) 0

Mr O Perkin's Crompton, 8.9 ... (Fagan) 0 Mr SUsy'th's Medallion d'Or. 8.9 (OLoateu) 0 Mr J A Craveu'a Bt Anthony, 8.9 (JWoodbum) 0 Mr JHHouldsworth's Kyle. 8.9 (Falloon) 0 Mr W Winn'B Lord Lieutenant, 8.9 (Ghandley) 0 Duke de la Torres Park Lake, 8.6 (G Barrett) 0 Lord Penrhyn's Ion», 3.6 ... (Colling) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 on The Smew, 7to 2 agst Lady Hermit, 20 to 1 Master of the Horse. In the first quarter of a mile lona lost her place, and Master of the Horse carried on the running from The Smew to the distance. Here the favourite suddenly collapsed, and with Lady Hermit going on from Master of the Horse she won easily by a length and a-balf ; twice aa far between sacond and third. Fbidat, Mat 22. THE MANOHESTBB CUP; Of SOOOaovs, added; to handicap sweepstakes of 25sovs each, 10 ft ; the second received 200jovs, and the third lOOsovs ont of the stakes. One mile and three-quarters. > Mr B C Vyner's br m Lily of Lumley, by Uncas or Thurio— Lady Lumley, syrs, 7.0 (Bradbury) 1 Duke of Beaufort's blk g Bagimunde, by Petronel — Ragman 8011, 3yrs, 6.12 ... (B Ohaloner) 2 Mr P Buchanan's br c The Admiral, by Victor Emmanuel— Helen Agnes, 8y», 6.6 (Obandley) 3 Colonel North's eh o Old Boots, by WisdomSocks, 3yra, 7.0 [carried 7.1] ... (WWood) 4 Mr John Oharlton's b m Silver Spur, 6yrs, 8.9 (J Watts) 0 Mr T D Clayton's b or br f Lady Wharles, 4yrs, 8,1 ... ... ...(M Oannon) 0 Mr 3 Lowther's eh h Honndsditoh, syrs, 7.13 (Fagan) 0 Mr E Weever's b m Sister Mary, 6yrs, 7.7 (Allsopp) 0 Mr J Alexander's b c Niblick, 3yrs, 7.7 (G Ohaloner) 0 Mr W Low's b c Gone Coon, 3yrs, 74 \ s (J Woodburn) 0 Mr Glover's eh c Bosebery Despatch, 4yrs, 6.5 (Heokford) 0 Mr F Alexander's b o Lunar Eolipse, 3yrs, 6.1 (Peake) 0 Mr Ward's b g Henry George, aged, 6.11 (Cartledge) 0 Betting : 100 to SO agst Koundsditoh, sto 1 Ragimunde, 100 to 8 Lily of Lumley, and The Admiral. Lily of Lumley jumped away with the lead. Before getting to the mile post i Henry George had deprived her of the command. Lily of Lumley returned to the head of affairs six furlongs from home. In the last hundred yards the finish beoame exciting, although Lily of Lumley managed to cleverly hold her own and win by three-parts of a length from Ragimunde, with a bead between second and third, and a short head between third and fourth. Time, 3min 7 l-ssec.^ Value of the stakes, £2207. Satubday, Mat. 23. ' the whitsuntide pla.te, Of 3000BOVB, by subscription of 40sovs each; the .second received 300sovs, and the third ISOsovi out of the plate, and the nominator of the . winner also received 400sovs out of the plate. ■ Five furlongs. , M. E Blanc's choßueil, by Energy— Heyeuse, 8.10 N (J Woodburn) 1 Mr J H Houldsworth's b or br c Dcnure, by St Simon— Sunrise, 8.10... ... (J Oeborne) 2 Mr Bose's b f by Hampton— Orphan Agnes, 8.13 (G Barrett) 3 Mr H Milner's b f Desdemona, by St Simon— Feronia, 8.33 ... ... (F Barrett) 4 Mr Fairies Court Dame, 8.13 ... (M Cannon) 0 Lord Zetland's Carmilhan, 8.10 ... (J Watts) 0 Mr W Wynh's Lord Lieutenant, 8.10 (Ohandley) 0 . Lord Bosebsry's c by Dutch Skater— llluminata, 8.10 ... " ... ... (Bickaby) 0 Mr H Bass' f by Sterling— Cherry Duchess, 8.7 (Fagan) 0 General O Williams' Vesta, 8.7 ... (Weldon) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Rueil, 4 to 1 Orphan Agnes filly, 100 (o 12 Dunure. Illuminata colt and Vesta ; jumped off in front, and the latter quickly took a clear lead. A quarter of a mile from borne Vesta, the Illuminata colt, Oarmilhan, and Desdemona were racing almost in a line. A little farther on the favourite assumed command, and when Dunure went out in pursuit below the distance they drewolear ahead of the others just mentioned. The challenge of Demure made him look very dangerous for a few etridas, but Rueil ran on under high pressure, aad getting away again just at the finish, won very cleverly by a length. Time, -lmin 5 3-ssac. Value of the stakes, £2550. EPS.OM SUMMER. Tuesday., May 26. THE WOODCOTB STAKBS, , Of lOOObovs. Six furlongs. Mr Bose's eh c Bonavista, by Bead Or— Vista,B!2 (JWoodbum) 1 Mr H Miiner'a eh c Pilgrim's Progress, by leonomy -Pilgrimage, 8.12 ... ... (B Chaloner) 2 Mr Abington's chc Rioter, by Ghariberh— Graoie, 8.9 ... ... ... (F Barrett) 3 Colonel North be El Diablo, 9 5.,. (M Cannon) 0 Duke of Portland's Kttherine 11, 9.2 (J Watts) 0 Mr BH Combe's President, 8.12 ... (Riokaby) 0 Mr H C Bonscr's Thessalian, 8.9 ... (Lfddiard) 0 Lord Ilohester'a Florrie, 8.6 ... (G Barrett) 0 Betting : Evens on Bonavista, 10 to 1 agst Pilgrim's Progress, 100 to 7 Rioter. A quarter of a mile from home Rioter obtained the command, but he ran none too kindly when left in front, and after looking hopelessly out of the race Bonafista came with a wet sail, pursued by Pilgrim's Progress. This pair caught Rioter opposite the stand, and an exciting race ended in favour of Bonavista by a length. ■ - Wednesday, May 27. the debbt stakbs, Of 5000BOVS for the winner, 500sovb for the nominator of the winner, 300sovb for the owner of the second, and SOOsovs for the owner of the third. For three-year-olds ; by subscription of SOaovs each, h ft. About a mile and a-half. 203 subs, ■ 108 of whom pay 25sovs each, and 44 lOsovs each. Sir F Johnstoue'a br c Common, by laonomy— Thistle, 9.0 ... ... ... (G Barrett) 1 M. B Blanc's oh c Gouverneur, by Energy — Gladia, 9.0 ... ... ...(JWoodbum) 2 Sir J Duke's b o Martenhurst, by Wenlock— Hirondelle, 9.0 ... ... (J Fagan) 3 Lord Bradford's b c Cattlestone, by Betreat— Posthuma, 9.0 ... ... (T Weldon) 4 Mr J B Leigh's br c The Deemster, by Arbitrator — Bookery, 9.0 ... ... (J Wattt) 5 Mr D Cooper's ih f Doroas, by Bend Or -Little Sister, 8 *)... ... ... (G Ohaloner) 0 Lord Durham's eh c Peter Flower, by PetrarchFlorida, 9 0... ... ... (FBiokaby) 0 Colonel North's eh c Old Boots, by WisdomSocks, 9.0 ... ... ... (M Cannon) 0 Colonel North's b or br c Simonian, by St Simoa — Garonne,'9.o ... ... (F Barrett) 0 Duke of Westminster's eh o Orion, by Bend Or— Shotover, 9 0 ... ... ... (F Webb) 0 Mr Brydges Willyams' b or br c FitzSimon, by St Simon— Brilliancy, 9.0 ... (J Oaborne) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 on Common, 10 to 1 agst Dorcas, 100 to 9 Gouverneur, 12 to 1 Orion, 100 to 6 The Deemster, 20 to 1 Old Boots, 25 to 1 FitzSimon, 1000 to 35 Simoniaa, 33 to 1 Outtlestone, 33 to 1 Peter Flower, 50 to 1 Martenhurst. Place betting, 1, 2, 3 : 3tol on Common, 6 to 4 atrat Orion, 7 to 4 Dorcas, 7 to 4 G-ouver-neur, 9 to 4 Old Boots, 3to 1 The Deemster, 3 to 1 FitzSimon, 5 to 1 Cutfclestona, 5 to 1 Peter Flower. 5 to 1 Martenburst, 6 to 1 Simonian. As the flag dropped The Deemster, Dorcas Gouverneur, and showed «in ad* vanca of Common, Old Boots, and Orion for a couple of hundred yards, when Doroas drew to the head of affairs from Common, Goavetneur, and Martenhurst. Then came Old Boots, Outtlestone, FitzSimon, and Peter Flower, with Orion and The Deemster next, and t

Simonian bringing up the rear under the whip, These positions were maintained to the milepost, when Gouverneur assumed the command, and was followed through tbe fcuzea by Dorcas, Common, and Martenhurst.' Daylight continued to separate these from Old Boots, who was [in turn clear of FitzSimon, Peter Flower, and Outtlestone, while Simonian con- j tinued to drop further behind Orion' and The Deemster. At the top of the bill the order of the leading quintet was unchanged, and when Peter Flower and Orion became their immediate attendants half-way down FitzSimon was losing ground. In rounding Tattenham Corner Common, who was stretching out in grand style, pulled his way into second berth, and crossed the road at thp heels of Gouverneur, with Doroas and Martjf^hurst going on third and fourth from Orion and Cuttlestone on the top ground, The Deemster at the same time creeping jap in thi awake of the leaders, A quarter of a mile frt^tn home Common joined Gouverneur, and instantly getting his head in front they went clean away from the others, of whom Martenhurst passed Dorcas simultaneously with the resignation of Orion and Old Boots to Guttleßtono and The Deemster. As far as first and Hecond are concerned there is little more to say, and without being asked a question Common steadily added to his lead, and won with the greatest of ease by a couple of lengths. Opposite the stand Marf enhurat was challenged right and left by Outtlestone and The Deemster for the place money, and finishing a bad third he had a head advantage of Cuttleatone, with The Deemster also beaten another head. Half a dozen lengths off ,Orioh >aa sixth, Old Boots seventh, and Doroas eighth ; at a still bigger gap followed FitzSimon and Peter Flower, with Simonian last throughout. Time, 2min 56 4-saeo, Value of the stakes, £5500. Thursday, 'May 28, the epsom grand prize, Of lOOOiovs for the winner and 200bovb for the nominator of the winner, added to a sweepstakes of 25aova eaoh, 10 ft ; tbe second received lOOsovs out of the stakes. Entrance, sbovs. Oity and Suburban course (about one mile and a-quarter). Mr L de Rothschild's br o Benvenuto, by Galopin —Queen of Diamonds, 8.4 ... (F Barrett) 1 Mr H Milner's b f St Kilda, by Olairvaux or Macheath—Emma Melbourne, 8.5 (B Ohaloner) 2 Duke of Westminster's b c Ordinance, by Bend Or— Bright Beauty. 8.3 ... (G Barrett) 3 Mr E W Baird's Flodden Field, by Marden- Sister of Mercy, 8.13 ... (M Oannon) 4 Lord Boßslyn's Martenhurst, 8.13 (J Woodburn) 0 Mr G Hodßon's Junius, 8.5 (J Osborne) 0 Mr J Lowther's Eirkitall, 8.3 'Morgan) 0 Lord Zetland's Friar Lubin, 9.2 (J Watts) 0 General Byrne's Oapsfoum, 8.10 (Liddiard) 0 Mr X H Combe's Oonachar, 8.10 (Riokaby) 0 Mr O Perkins' Bolam, 8.3 ... (Fagan) .0 Prince Soltykoff 's Woolsthorpe, 8.3 (G Ohaloner) 0 Betting : 2to 1 »gai Ordinance, 100 to 8 Benvenuto, 20 to 1 St. Kilda. At the mile post Oonachar continued in command from Bolam and Junius. On the top of the hill, where Bolam headed Conacher, third place was taken by Capsicum. In the straight Bolam, Conachar, Mactenhurst, and St. Kilda formed the front rank. Benvenuto and Flodden Field then shot up, followed by Kirkstall and Friar Lubin, Inside tbe distance Ordinance began to overhaul the leaders, of whom Benvenuto was forging ahead, and hp won a good race by half a length from St. Kilda, the favourite losing second money by three parts of a length. Time, 2min 19 l-sseo. Value of tbe stakes, £2120. THE OAKS STAKES, Of 4000aovs for the winner, 400aovs for the nominator of the winner, 300sovs for the owner of the second, and 2008OV8 for the owner of the third, for three-year-old fillies, 8 10 eaoh ; by subscription of SOsovb each. Abont a mile and a-half. Mr N Fenwiok's bfMimi, by Barcaldina— Lord Lyon mare ... ... ... (Bickaby) 1 Lord Rosebery's b f Corstorphine, by Foxhall— Oho'pette .j. ... ... (JWattß) 2 Sir B Jardine's b f Lady Primrose, by Bosebery— Empress Maud ... ... (J Osborne) 3 Mr L D Botbsobild's b f Haute Saone, by Tristan— Hauteur ... ... ... (F Barrett) 4 Lord Ellesmere's br f Sabra, by St Simon— Belinda (G Barrett) 0 Mr H Milner's b f St Kilda, by Olairvaux or Maoheath—Emma Melbourne ... (M Oannon) 0 Betting : 7 to 4 on Mimi, 7 to 2 agst Corstorphine, 100 to 7 Haute Saone, 20 to 1 Sabra and St Eilda, 5Q to 1 Lady Primrose. ■ Place betting (1, 2) : 3tol on Mimi, 6 to 4 on Ooratjrpbine, 3 to 1 agst Haute Saone, Sabra, and St Kilda, 8 to 1 Lady Primrose. CoratorDhine and Sabra jumped off in front from St. Kilda, Lady Primrose, Haute Saone, and Mimi, and they ran thus for 300 yds. The lead was then taken at a moderate pacs by St. Kilda from Sabra and Mimi, and these settled down clear of Oorstorphine, Lady Primrose, and Haute Saone until well beyond the mile post. Here Sabra drew up to the girths of St. Kilda,, whom she slightly headed on the top of the hill, and at the same time Corstorphine took cloBB order with Mimi, leaving Lady Primrose in the rear. Although Sabra cleared St. Kilda round Tatfcenharp Corner, both were in trouble at the road, and with Mimi sweeping to the head of affairs she came on from Oorstorphine, Haute Saone, and Lady Primrose. All doubts were set at rest a quarter of a mile from home, as Mimi Bbook her stable companion off without an effort and won in a canter by fcur lengths. Inside the distance Lady Primrose and Haute Saone closed with Corafcorphine, and , tbe places bung in the balance until a few strides from the chair, when Lord Rosebery's filly got the best of it again and beat Lady Primrose by half a length; a neck between third and fourth. Sabra was a bad fifth, and St. Kilda tailed off. Time, 2mih 54 3 S-iao. Value of the stakes, £4400, ASCOT. Tuesday, June 9. PEINOE OF WALES' STAKES. Of 508OTS each, h ft, with lOOOiovs added, for three-year-olds ; the second received 300aovs, and the third 200sov8 out of the stakes. New course ! (about one mile and five furlongs). Mr D Cooper's b f Melody, byTynedale— Glee, 8.9 (J Watts) 1 Mr J H Houldsworth's b o Orvieto, by Bend Or— Napoli, 9.1 ... ... (T Oannon) 2 Sir B Jardine's br o Oavendiah, by Uncas— Agnes Bentinck,B.3 ... ... (JWoodbum) 3 Duke of Westminster's eh c Orion, by Bend Or— Shotover. 8.13 ... ... (G Barrett) 4 Mr H Bass' c by Petrarch— Doll Tearshoet, 8.3 (M Cannon) 0 Lord Bradford's Cuttlestone, 9.1 ... (Weldon) 0 Mr R O Vyner's Punster. 8.10 ... (J Osborne) 0 Lord Zetland's Patrick Blue, 8.3 ... (J Fagin) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agat Melody, 10 to 1 Orvieto. Melody was in front at the distance from Orvieto, Cavendish, Cuttleatone, and Orion. These raced to the end in 'close company, Melody holding her own by a head from Orvieto, with half a length between second and third, Time, 2min 54 l-saeo. Value of the stakes, £2425. ASCOT STAKES (Handicap), Of 25iovs each, with SOOsovs added for the winner and lOOsovs for the 'second, and the third received 50sova out of the stakes. About two miles. Mr J Lowther's oh h Houndsditch, by Peter— Clarissima, syrs, 7.8 ... ... (Fagan) 1 Sir B Jaraine's br c Plato, by Wisdom— Kissing Crust, 4yra, 6.9 ... ... (Allsopp) 2 Mr J B Burton's oh h Barmecide, by Baroaldine— La Trappe, syrs, 7.9 ... ... (Ohandley) 3 Mr Vyner's br m Lily of Lumley, by Uncas or Thurio— Lady Lumley, syrs, 7 6 (G Chaloner) 4

Baron de Hirsch's b h Vaaistat, 9.1 (G Barrett) 0 Mr W Hoare Smith's b h Bullion, 6yrs, 7.6 (J Woodburn) 0 Duke of Beaufort's blk c Ragimunde, 3yrs, 7.1 (B Chaloner) 0 Mr G Cleveland's eh c Chesterfield, 3yrs, 7.1 (Blake) 0 Mr A W Merry's br c Brackley, syrs, 6.8 (Ibbett) 0 Duke of Beaufort's br f Ziilah, 4yrs, 6.2 (Gough) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 aprst .Ragimunde, 11 to 2 Houndsditch, 100 to 15 Barmecide. Won by three lengths, with Barmecide a bad third on sufferance from Lily of Lnmley. Time, 3min 43 2-sseo. Value of the stakes, £805. , COVENTRY STAKES, Of lOsovs eaoh, with lOOOiovs added ; for two-yearj olds ; the second received 10 per cent, and the third 5 per cent, on the whole stake. T.Y.O. Mr J H Houldeworth'e b o Dunure, by St Simon —Sunrise, 8.11 ... (T Oannon) 1 Mr J B Leigh's br f Flyaway, by Galopin— Bookery, 8.11 ... (J Watts) 2 M. E Blanc's b c Le Ohesnay, ky Energy— La None, 9.0 ... ... (Riokaby) 3 Lord Oholmondeley's colt by Barealdine— Duchess of Parma, 9.0 ... ... (Liddiard) 0 Mr B Maple's Priestess. 8.11 (J Woodburn) 0 Mr H Milner'B Hyeres, 8.11 (M Cannon) 0 Mr A Taylor's King Charles, 9.0 (Lawrence) 0 General O Williams' Veita, 9.0 (Weldon) 0 Betting: 8 to 4 agst Flyaway, 5 to 1 Le Chesnay, 8 to 1 Dunure. ' Flyaway dying out on the post was just reaohed by Dunure and baataa by a short, head. Value of the stakes, £1851 10s. THE GOLD VABE, Value 200fovs, given by her Majesty, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs eaoh. Two miles. Mr D Cooper's b'f Mons Meg, by Martini-Henry— Malacca, 3yr5,'6.12 ... (G Ohaloner) 1 Colonel North's b h Nuntborpe, syrs, 9 4 (M Cannon) 2, Captain Laing's blk m Padua, syrs, 8.13 (J Woodburn) 3 Betting : Evens on Nunthorpe, 6to 5 agst Mons Meg, and 10 to 1 Padua. " '" The latter cut out the work, and waa followed at clear intervals by Mons Meg and Nunthorpe to the top turn, when the lastnamed pair took close order, Before entering the Swinley Botfjom, however, Nunthorpa was in difficulties, and when Mons Meg deprived Padua of tbe command at the brick-kilns Nuntborpe was being hard ridden to keep him within hail of them. Although under pressure Nunthorpe passed Padua in the straight, he was so dead tired at the distance that he swerved to tbe left, leaving Mons Meg to win by six lengths ; half as far between second and third. Time, 3min 41 1 5aec. Value of the stakes, £320. Wednesday, June 10. ! BOYAL HUNT CUP, A piece of plate value SOOsovs, added to a handicap - sweepstakes of 20iovs eaoh ; the second received ISOaovs out of the stakes. New mile. Mr J Hammond's eh o Laureate 11, by Petrarch — Macaria, syrs, 7.12... ... (M Cannon) 1 Captain Maohell's br o Kathbeal, 4jrs. 7.5 (G Chalor.!)r) 2 Lord Hastings' b f Breach, 3yrs, 6.7 (Allsopp) 3 Mr Abington's Snaplock, syr», 8.5 [carried 8.6] (T Cannon) 4 Prince Soltykoff 's Lord George, syrs, 9.0 , (FWebb) 0 Mr W M Eedfern's Yard Arm, syrs, 8.13 (J Watts) O Mr J W Smith's Miss Dollar, syrt, 8.6 (G Barrett) 0 Mr M'Calmont'a Belmont, 4yrs, 7.8 (Clayton) 0 Mr, J Durward's Guisoard, 4yrs, 7.6 (Wood) 0 Mr;c Perkins' Mr M'Gregor, 4yrs, 7.5 (Chandley) 0 Mr W W Fulton* Comedy, 3yrs, 7.4 (Ibbett) 0 Mr J Legh's John Morgan, 4yrs, 7.3 ... (Finlay) 0 Mr F de Hurrieta'a Hebrides, 4yrs, 7.1' (R Chaloner) 0 Mr JH Houldsworth's Springtime, 3yrn, 610 (Heokford) 0 Mr H Milner's Shrine, 4yrs, 6.9 ... (F Peake) 0 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales' Pierrette, 3yrs, 6 9 (Blake) 0 Colonel North's Arturo, 3yr», 6 8 ... (A Watts) 0 Mr B Moncreiffe's Sea Song, aged. 6.8 (HSkelton) 0 MrHßansford'sGoldiSing, 3yre, 6.7 (J Wall) 0 Lord Botslyn's Buccaneer, 3yrs, 6 4 ..,< (Grey) 0 Mr A O Barclay's Simon de Montfort, 3yrs, 6.1 (Biieh) 0 Lord Bradford's Mopfair, 3yrs, 6.0 (Bradford) 0 Betting: 4 to 1 agst Yard Arm, 10 to 1 Rathbeal, 30 to 1 Breach, 33 to 1 Laureate 11. When Batbbeal became the immediate attendant of Laureate II a quarter of a mile from home they at once drew away from Breach, and with Laureate II holding his own to the .end he won a good raoe from Bathbeal by half a length ; a length and a-balf between seoond and third. Value of ;tbe stakes, £119,0. .' CORONATION STAKES, Of lOOsovs eaoh. b ft, with 300bovb added, for three-year-old fillies ; the seoond received 200sovs and the third saved stake. Old mile. Mr Brodrfck-Oloete's b f Cereza, by PetrarchCherry, 8.10 ... ... ... (J Watts) 1 Mr D Cooper's oh f Dorcas, by Bead Or— Little Sister, 8.10 ... ... I ... (Eickaby) 2 Mr H Milner's b f Crown Princess, by Isonomy -Princess Louise Victoria, 8.3... (G Chaloner) 3 Mr D Baird'a Phyllida, 8.10 ... (M Cannon) 0 Lord Oadogan's Cinderella, 8.6 ... (I 1 Cannon) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Belvidera 11, 8.10 (G Barrett) 0 Mr B Maple's Grace Emily, 8.10 (J Woodburu) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Dotcas, Bto 1| Cereza. A quarter of a mile from home Dorcas was leading. At the distance Cereza closed with Doroas, and at once getting the best of tbe fighting won cleverly by a length. Value of the stakes, £2450. < v Thobsday June 11. THE GOLD CUP, Value lOOObovb, given irom the f nnd ; with 200iovb for the second, and lOOsovs for the third, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each, h ft. About two miles and a-half. ' Lord Hartington't b c Morion, by Baroaldine — Cbaplet, 4yrs, 9.0 ... ... (J Watts) 1 Mr E Lancelleß' b c Queen's Birthday, by Hagioscope— Matilda, 4yr», 9.0 ... (Finlay) 2 Mr J Gretton's b o Gcrasnlvo, by Fernandez — Cherie, 4yrs. 9 0 ... ... (G Barrett) 3 Duke of Beaufort'fl Bagimunde, 3yrs, 7.7 (R Chaloner) 0 Mr D Cooper's Mons Meg, 3yra, 7.4 (G Chaloner) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Mons Meg, 11 to 4 Morion, 4 to 1 Gonsalvo, 6 to 1 Queen's Birthday. A quarter of a mile from home the three-year-olds collapsed, and Queen's Birthday was then Bligbtly leading from G-onsalvo to the distance, whan tbe pair changed positions simultaneously witb the challenge of Morion. Tjhe issue now became most exciting, and although Queen's Birthday wore Gonsalvo down in the laat hundred yards he could not cesiat ' the challenge of Morion, who drew out in gallant i style and won very cleverly by half a length ; Mons Meg was a bad fourth. Time, 4min 48 l-ssec Value of the stakes, £1420. THE NEW STAKES, Of lOsovs each, with lOOOaovs added, for two-year-olds ; the second received 10 per oeat. on the t whole stake. T.Y.O. Lord Alington'a eh c Goldfinch, by OrmondeThistle, 8.10 ... ... (GBirrefct) 1 Mr H Milner's eh c Pilgrim's Progress, by Isonomy—Pilgrimage, 810 ... (M Oannon) 2 Mr Ro»e's eh c Bonavista, by Bend Or— Vista, 9.3 (J Watts) 3 Mr Abington's Bioter, 8.10 ... (T Cannon) 0 Mr J Bibby'a Earl of Annandale, 8.10 (F Barrett) '0 Sirß Jardine's Bough Dragon, 8.10 (JOsbome) 0 Mr J Legh's Bruree, 8.10 ... (Weldon) 0 Mr A Taylor's Btuart, 8.10 ... (Lawrence) 0 Mr Tenby's Lord Burleig;h*B.lo (J Woodburn) 0-, Mr J Hammond's Cypriot, 8.10 (Bickaby) 0 ' Betting: Evens on Bonavista, 5 to 1 -agafc Pilgrim'B Progress, 5 to 1 Goldfinch. Won easily by a length ; fonr lengths be-

tween second and third. Time, lmm 15seo. Value of the stakes, £1979. THB SOUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added; the second received lOOsovs out of the stakes. New mile. General Byrne's eh h Amphion, by Speculum or Kosebery-Suioide. syrs, 9.5 ... (T Cannon) 1 Chevalier Ginistrelli's br f Slgnorina, 4yrs. 8.7 (M Cannon) 2 Mr H Baes' b colfc by Petrarch— Doll Tearsheet, 3yr5.7.4 ... ... ... (G Obaloner) 3 Betting: stol on Amphion,' s to 1 agst Signorina, 100 to 1 Doll Tearsheet colt. Amphion had Signorina well beaten a quarter of a mile from home, and won in a common canter by two lengths ; a bad third. Value of the stakes, £920.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1952, 23 July 1891

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