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RACING IN ENGLAND.

SANDOWN PARK. Fbiday, July 10.

THE FOURTH BEHEW&L OF THE ECLIPSE STAKES, Of IO.OOOsovb; the second received 500sovs, the nominator of the winner 500sovs, and the third lOOaova out of fche stakes. Weight for age, &o. New Eclipse Stakes courie (about one mile and a-quarter). Mr A W Merry's b 0 Surefoot, by Wisdom, dam by Galopin— Miaa Foote, 4yrs, 10.2 (Liddiard) 1 M. E Blano'a eh c Gouverneur, by Energy— Gladia, 3yra, 9.1 ... ... (J Woodburn) 2 Bir P Johnstone't br c Common, by Isonomv— Thiatle, 3jre, 9.4 ... ... (G Barrett) 3 Duke of Westminster* eh c Orion, by Band 'Or— Shotover, 3yrß, 8.12 ... ... (M Cannon) 4 Captain Maobell'a b 0 Bathbsal, by Boulevard— Hollythoro, 4; r», 9.13 .., ,„ (Bielsaby) 0

Baron de Bothaohild's eh c Le Nord, by Tristan La Nooe, 4?ra, 9.13 ... ... (F Barrett) 0 Mr J H Houldaworth's b c Alloway, by Springfield—Lady Morgan, 4yrs, 9.13 ... (I Cannon) 0 Duke of Portland's br f Memoir, by St. Simon— Quiver, 4yre, 9.13 ... ... (J Watts) 0 Sir F Johnstone's eh f Fuae, by Bend Or — Fusee, 3yra, 8.12 ... ... ... (R Chaloner) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 on Common, 5 to 2 agat Memoir, 100 to 8 Sur6foot, 100 to 7 Gouvenour, 20 to 1 Rathbeal, 40 to 1 La Nord, 50 to 1 Alloway and Orion, 100 to 1 Fuae. 1 At the commencement of the rails Common and Gouverneur were racing bead and bead from Orion, while Memoir and Alloway had become their immediate pursuers, with Rathbeal just behind them and Surefoot on the outside. The retreat of Ls Nord had taken place just beforehand, and when Memoir compounded at the distance it waa a near thing between Common and Gouverneur, with Orion struggling on third from Surefoot. No sooner had Gouverneur forged slightly ahead of Common than Barefoot dropped down upon them with a wot sail, and after a moat exciting finish Surefoot, who got tb9 beet of it 100 yds from home, won by half a length, while Gouverneur managed to secure second money from Common by the shortest of heads. At an interval 1 of two lengths Orion was fourth, Rithbeal fifth, and Memoir Bixtb, with Le Nord, Alloway, and Fuse widely scattered. Time, 2min 15sec. Value of the stake?, £11,675 105. Saturday, July 11. the national bkeedbhs' phoduoe STAKES, Of lOOOsovs, added to a sweepstakea of lOsovs each; the breeder of the winner received 20030va, the breeder and owner of the second each 1008OV8, and the breeder and owner of the third each SOaova out of the stakes. Colts, 9.0 ; fillies, 8.11, with penaltieß and allowances. Five furlongs. Mr H Milner's b f Lady Caroline, by Macheath— Twine the Plaiden. 813 ... (B Chaloner) 1 Colonel North's b f Lady Hermit, by Hermit or Galopin - Velindra, 9 6 ... (M Cannon) 2 General O Williams' b 0 Penaloner, by Royal Hampton— Legacy, 8 9 ... (Weldon) 3 Barou de Hinch'a b c Windgall, by Galliard— Windsor, 9.6 ... ... (G Barrett) 4 Thirteen ran, Lady Caroline started at 10 to 1 against, and won by three lengths, Value of the stakes, £1646 17a. NEWMARKET SECOND JULY. Thursday, July 16. THB CHESTERFIELD STAKES, Of 30aova each, 20 ft, for two-year-olds. Colts, 8.10 ; filliea 87 ; winners extra. The Beoond received lOOsovs out of the stake, and the third saved stake. Last five furlong* of B.M. Baron de Hirech'a br f La Fleche, by St Simon— Qfuiver,B.7 ... ... (G Barrett) 1 Colonel North's b f Lady Hermit, by Hermit or Galcpln— Volindra, 9.0 [inoluding 7ib extra] (M Cannon) 2 Mr Rose's eh c Bonavlata, by Bend Or— Vista, 9.3 [including 71b extra] ... (J Watts) 3 Mr D Baird'a Torquatus 810 ... (T Cannon) 0 Duke of Hamilton's I.c Nain, 8.10 ... (O Grey) 0 Betting : 6 to 4 agst La Fieche, 85 to 40 Bonaviata, 3 to 1 Lady Hermit, 20 to 1 others. La Fleche on the right made play from Bonaviata on the left, with Lady Hermit at the quarters of the favourite, and Le Nain bringing up the rear. At the foot of the hill Bonavista was caught by Lady Hermit, and they kept up the pursuit of Li Fleche to no purpose, aa she ahook them off without an effort, and won in a canter by two lengths ; three- parts of a length between second and third. La Nain was last throughout. Time, lmin 4 l-ssec. Value of the stakes, £770.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1959, 10 September 1891

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 1959, 10 September 1891

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