RACING IN ENGLAND.
NEWMARKET SECOND JULY.
Thubsday, July 16. MIDSUMMER PLATE ° f \\ 0000 o0o 06 a °ltS r C . h l firßt ; 100sov8 for the .econd, added ild a s. SW l^en a fe-ronSf OVS *<*• *«*«•*«*. M wo H U ou!dswcrth's b o Orvieto, by Bend OrHapoi1 ' B'B8 ' 8 ... (I Cannon) l
Lord Oalthorpe's oh t Blavatsky, by Isonomy- ' MrJLowther'sKirkstall.Sl ..; (Pagan) 0 Colonel North's Penzance, 8.5 ... (M Cannon) 0 Mr A Taylor's eh c by Avontes -Panada. 8.1 (EChaloner) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 on Orvieto, 7 to 1 agst Oleator, 100 to 7 any. other. Won in a canter by two lengths j a neck between second and third. KEMPTON PARK, Saturday, July 38. kbmpiobt park grand two-zear-old STAKES, Of 2000aovs (1500sovs to the winner, lOOsovs to the ■owner of the second, SOeovs to the owner of the third, SOOsovs for the nominator of the winner, and SOsovs for the nominator of the ■econd), by subscription of 25»0Vfl eaoh. five furlongs. Mr Fairies b or br o Qaleepsis, by Galopin— Agave, 9.2 ... ... (T Cannon) 1 Duke of Beaufort's b f Posy, by Petronel— Queen of the Roses, 811 ... (M Cannon) 2 M. B Blanc's b o Lo Cheinay, by Energy— La N0ue,9.0 ... ... (J Watts) 3 Mr Kileyfch'i Medallion dOr, 9.0 (Rickaby) 0 General O Williams' Pensioner, 811 (Weldon) 0 Mr O D Rose's f by Hampton -Orphan Agnes, 8.8 (JWoodburn) 0 Mr Abingtjon's Celerity (late Dispatch), 8.8 (F Barrett) 0 Betting : Hto 10 agst Galeopsis, 2tol Le j Ohesnay. A good race, won by a neck ; three lengths between second and third. Time, Imin saeo. Value of the stakeß, £1800. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday, July 21. St. George stakes, Of lOOOsovs, of which the second received 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent. ; One mile and three furlongs. Colonel North's b or br c Slmonian by St SimonGaronne, 9.4 ... ... (M Cannon) 1 Sir R Jardine's br c Cavendish, by Uncas— Agnes Bentinck, 8.6 ... ... (J Osborne) 2 Mr H Milnsr's b f St Kilda, by Clairvauxor Maoheath— Emma Melbourne, 8.9 (T Cannon) 3 Betting : 13 to 8 agat Cavendish, 7 to 4 Simonian, 5 to 2 St Kilda. Though Cavendish appeared to have the race well in hand, Simonian ran on with wonderful gameness, and getting on terms with Cavendish in the last few Btrideß, won by half a length ; a bad third, Time, 2min 27sec. MOLYNEUX OUP, Of 800sovs, of whiob the second received lOOsovs and third SOsovs. About six furlongs. Mr A G Bonsor's eh o Ratton, by Victor Chief— Attainder, 4yrs, 9.o... ... (JWoodburn) 1 Duke of Westminster's b f Graoe Conroy by Enterling— Rent Day. 3yrs, 8.2 (G Barrett) 2 Mr W Brechln'a b c Wrinkles, by St. Jerome - Maraquin, 4yrs, 8.5 ... ... (Fagan) 3 Mr W Dunne's Melibceus, 4yri, 8.4 (Chandley) 0 Mr J Daly's Freshet, 4yrs, 8.0 ... (Falloon) 0 Mr S Platt's Duophil, 3yrs, 7.7 ... (Mullen) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Coromandel, 4yrs. 7.7 (R Chaloner) 0 Sir R Jardine's Enniobillen, 3yrs, 7;7 (Allsopp) 0 Colonel North's Sheldrake, 3yrs, 7.6 (Flnlay) 0 Mr Fairies Guardian, 3yrs, 7.4 (G Ohaloner) 0 Betting : 4 to 1 aget .Ration, 6 to 1 Graoe Oonroy, 10 to 1 Wrinkles. Won in a canter by three parts of a length ; four lengths separated the second and third Value of the stakes, £650. Wednesday, Jdly 22. LIVERPOOL CUP, Of 12004OVB ; the second received 150jovs, and third lOOsovb from the.stakea (a handicap) ; winners extra. Cup course (one mile and three furlongs. Captain Maohell'a b c Rathbeal, by Boulevard ' — Hollythorn, 4yrs, 8.1 ... (G Ohaloner) 1 Sir R Jardine's eh c St Benedict, by Mdward the Oonfeßßor— Currer Bell, 4yr«, 6.11 (Allsopp) 2 Mr E Hobson'a br c Burnaby, by Hagioscope— Whirlpool, 4yre, 7.6 ... (JWoodburn) 3 Mr F de Murrietta's b c Hebrides, by Buchanan— IKRona, 4yrs, 7.0 ... (R Chaloner) 4 Mr Ablngton's br h Father Confessor, 6yrs, 9.5 (T Cannon) o Mr E Burkes br or ro h Mervyn, 6yrs, 7.5 (Blake) 0 Mr J H Houldaworth'B b c Springtime, 3vrs, 7.5 (Falloon) 0 Mr H M Dvas 1 o Vivid, 3yrs 6.4 ... (F Black) 0 Betting : 6to 4 agst Rathbeal, 9to 2 Father Confessor, 6 to 1 Burnaby, 100 to 8 St. Benedict. As they made the bend for home Hebrides was well in front, with Mervyn, Springtime, and Rathbaal next. When fairly in the line for home Rathbeal took second place, and a quarter of a mile from home he closed with Hebridas, and taking the command at the distance, drew out, followed by St. Benediot and won by a length and a-half. Time, 2min 26seo. Value of the stakes, £950. GOODWOOD. Tuesday, July 28. STEWARDS' OUP, Value 300SOVB, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs eaoh • the seoond received 50iovs out of the stakes. T.y.c. Mr W Brodriok-Oloete's br c Unicorn, by Paradox — Wheatsheaf, 3yrs, 6.2 ... (O Madden) 1 Lord Bradford's b o Cuttleitone, by Retreat— Posthuma, 3yrs, 7.9 ... (Allsopp) 2 Mr P Fings' b h Warlaby, by Syrian- Lady of Urrard, aged, 7.11 ... ... (W Wood) 3 Baron de Rothechild's eh c Le Nord, by TristanLa Nooe, 4yrs, 8.7 ... ... (O Loates) 4 Twenty-four ran. Euphony was favourite at 6to 1 ; Unicorn, 100 to 8. Won by half a length. Time, Imin 19 1-5380. RICHMOND STAKB3, Of 25sovs eaoh, with 600iova added; the second received £00sovs and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. For two-year-olds. HhY.O. Duke of Westminster* b c Orme, by Ormonde— Angelica, 8 10 ... ... (G Barrett) l Mr J B Leigh's br f Flyaway, by GalopinRookery.9.s ... ... (G Chaloner) 2 Duke of Hamilton's eh c Bellefontaine, by Trao-pist-Sumhine. 8.H ... ... (J Watts) 3 & uk «mI eau , fort>BPoB y' 87 - (M Cannon) 0 Mr H T Barclay's Ben Avou, 8.10 (Liddiardfa 0 Lord Bradford's Lucellum, 8. 1 0 ... (Weldon) 0 Mr J H Houlds worth's Bushey Park, 8. 10 *r xr »*«, . ,* (T Cannon) 0 Mr H MHner's Hyerei, 8.7 ... <R Chaloner) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 on Orme, 10 to 1 agst flyaway, 100 to 8 Bellefontaine. »*■•"* At the dißtance Orme came out from the rails and was challenged by Flyaway, who failed to reach him, and sustained easy defeat by three-partß of a length, the winner, who was making his point for the paddock, colliding with Flyaway as they pulled up. Value of the Btakes, £1062. p aIQe
Wednesday, July 29. GOODWOOD STAKES, Of 20bovb each, with 300sovs added ; the second v* ceived 50aov«. Two miles aad a-half . Mr G A Balli's b o White Feather, by RetreatWhite Lily, 3yrs, 6.10 ... ..'. * (lE^ , Mr J B Burton's eh h Barmecide, by Baroaldine— LaTrappe,syra,B.4 ... ... (Eiokabv) 2 Baron de Hirsch's bh Vaeistae.by Idus— Veranda syrs, 9.0 ... ... ... ((j Barrett) 3 Duka of Beaufort's blk c E.'.gimu-ule, 3yi3, 7.s Mr J Lowther's oh c Heremon, 4yia, 6.11 (O Madden) o Mr W Sibary's blk f Stigma, 3yrs, 6.6 (Cartledge) o Betting : 13 to 8 agat Vaeißtas, 7to 1 White Feather, 100 to 12 Barmecide. Ab they approached the rails Vasietae paeeed
Heremon and Stigma, who were running wide on the stand side, and a quarter of a mile from j home he reaohed the girths of White Feather, lhis was only done under pressure, and relaxing his effortß inside the distance, where Barmecide was slowly creeping up, the favourite finally lost the Beoond money, White Feather winning a good race by three-parts of a length. Time, smin 9aec. Value of the stakes, £460. SUS3EX STAKES, Of 2380VS eaoh, 10 ft. with 500»ovs added, for three year olds ; second received 200sovs and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. New mile. Mr J H Houldsworth's be Orvieto, by Bend OrNapoli, 8.13 ... ... (T Cannon) I Duke of Westminster's eh c Orion, by Bend Or— Shotover,B 13 ... ... (G Barrett) 2 Mr D Cooper's eh f Dorcas, by Bend Or-Little r Si S « r ',£ 7 , ••• ••• < F Barrett) 3 Lord Oalthrope's Verifier, 8 10 ... (G Ohaloner) 0 Prince Soltykoffs Woolsthorpe, 8.5 T ~ .., *, „ < J B lomllnon) O Lord Zetland s Grammont, 8.5 ... (Pagan) 0 Mr O Murray's Ben Hur, 8.10 ... (M Cannon) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 on Orvieto, 7 to 2 agat Orion, 100 to 8 Dorcaa. B Won hands down by four lengths. Value of the stakes, £777. LAVANT STAKBS, Of 30sovs eaoh, with 200aovs added ; second received lOOsovf. Five furlongs. Baron de Hirsoh'a br f La Fleche, by St SimonQuiver, 8.18 ... ... (G Barrett) 1 Mr B Maple's b f Priestess, by Hermit, dam by Lord Lyon-Sadie, 8.13... ... (J Watts) 2 Mr J Legh's eh o Bruree, by Kendal or May Boy —Mies Morgan, 9.1 ... ... (T Weldoa) 3 Betting : 100 to 30 on La Fleche, 4to 1 agst Priestess, 100 to 7 Bruree. Priesteßß made play from La Fleohe at suoh a Btrong paoe that Bruree dropped rapidly astern. After showing slightly superior speed to below the distance Priestess was collared by La Fleohe, who then drew away and won very cleverly by a length ; a bad third. Value of the stakes, £805. Thubsdat, July 30. ROUS MEMORIAL BTAKES, Of 20SOV8 eaoh, with 500sovs added for the owner and lOOsovs for the nominator of the winner, for two-year-olds ; the second received 100»ovs out of the stakes. T.Y.C. Lord Bradford's eh c Sir Hugo, by Wiidom— Manoeuvre. 8.10 ... ...(T Weldon) l Mr J H Houldsworth'B b o Kyle, by Springfteld— Rozelle, 810 ... ... (T Cannon) 2 Duke of Hamilton's b or br c Boutbillier, by w T 9W~TO h ' 06 (J Watts) 3 MrHMUner'sDeademona,B.l3 ... (M Cannon) 0 Mrß Maple's Scarborough, 8.13 (JWoodburn) 0 Batting : 2 to 1 agst Sir Hugo, 3to 1 Bouthilher, 5 to 1 Kyle. Won cleverly by two lengths ; three-parts of a length between second and third. Value of the stakes, £847. GOODWOOD CUP, Value 300SOV8, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each (half the sweepßtakes to go to the second). Two miles and a half. Mr J Grefcfcon'a b o Gonsalvo, by Fernandez - Cherie,4yrs, 9.6 (G Barrett) 1 Mr J B Burton's oh b Barmecide, by Barcaldine— La Trappe, syrß, 8.6 ... ... (Riokaby) 2 Mr D Cooper's b f Melody, by Tynedale— Glee. 3m, 7.10 ... (JWoodburn) 3 Duke of Portland's br f Memoir, by St Simon— T Q^« r> « yr8 t >9 J ••• •» fJ Watts) 4 Lord Hartington'» b o Carabinler, by Petronel— Palmula, 4yrs, 8.2 ... ... (M Cannon) 0 Betting : sto 4 agst Gonsalvo, 6to 1 Barmecide, 7 to 1 Melody. Before reaching the mile-post Gonßalvo drew away three lengths from-Barmeoide, who wsb as far before Memoir until nearing the turn, when Barmeoide lessened the advantage. This waa only on sufferance, however, as he was in trouble five furlongs from home, and with all the pull taken out of Memoir before that nothing more remained than for Gonsalvo to sail along and win easily by a length and ahalf. Time, smin lOaeo. Value of the stakes, £370. ' PRINCE OF WALES STAKES (Post Sweepstakes), Of 200sovs eaoh ; for twb-year-olds j the seoond received dOOsovß, and the third saved Btake. Duke of Westminster's b c Orme, by Ormonde— Angelioa,9o ... ... (G Barrett) 1 Mr J H Houldsworth's b or br c Dunure, by St S i ™ on T SuDr3se » Bll - (T Cannon) 2 Mr Fairies b orbro Galeopiis, by Galopin— Agave, r. 8 ; 11 « « , •" ••' < M Cannon) 3 i S- uk «?* Beaufort's Posy, 8.11 (R Chaloner) 0 Mr R H Combe's Glendye, 8.8 (Rickaby) 0 Duke of Hamilton's Le Nain, 9.0 (J Watts) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 on Orme, 6 to 1 atst Galeopsis, 7 to 1 Dunure. Woo ia a canter by a length ; four lengths between second and third. Value of the stakes, £1800. Fbiday, July 31. MOLEOOMB STAKBS, Of 3050V6 each, h ft, with 200iov§ ad<2ed ; for twoyear olds ; the seoond received lOOsovs out of the stakes. T.Y.O. Baron de Hirsch's br f La Fleohe, by St SimonQuiver, 9.0 ... ... (G Barrett) 1 Mr H Milner's eh f Adoration, by Hermit-Devo-tion, 8.7 ... ... .„ (M Cannon) 2 Mr W Cooper's eh o The Lover, by Ohariberfc— Loversall.B.lo (F Barrett) 3 Betting : 3to 1 on La Fleohe, 4to 1 aeat Adoration, 8 fco 1 The Lover. -r A J, 0 »'w" roade play with a slight lead of La Fleche until a quarter of a mile from home, when the favourite drew out and won easily by a length and a-half ; twice as far between second and thud. Value of the stakes, £640. GHHSTEBFIBLD OUP, Value 300SOVS, added to a sweepstakes of 15sov« eaoh • I seoond received SOiovs out of the stakes'. Craven Course (one mile and a-quarter). Mr H Milner'a eh t Shrine, by Olairvaux or ißonomy— Pilgrimage, 4yrs. 6.6 (Bradford) l Lord Bradford's b c Outtlestone, by Retreat— Posthuma, 3yrs, 7 5 ... ... (Allsopp) 2 Mr G Ryall's b o Elopement, by Forlorn Hope —Sweetheart, 4yrs, 6.13 ... (S Oh and ley) 3 Mr W Low's b c Gone Coon, by Galopin— Hors de Combat, 3yrs, 7.3 ... ... (Mullen) 4 t Captain Machell's Rathbeal, 4yrs, 9.2 _. , , _ (G Chaloner) 0 Du.ke of Beaufort's Reve dOr, aged, 8.2 I T „ .. (M Cannon) 0 Lord Harfcingfcon's Curfew, 4yri, 76 (Grey) 0 Mr F de Murrietta's Hebrides, 4yr«, 7.2 ht -r T (B Ohaloner) 0 Mr J Lowther'a First Consul, 4yrs, 7.0 (Peake) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 agat Outtlestone, 13 to 2 Shrine, 100 to 1 Elopement. Won by six lengths. Time, 2min 18 4-saeo. Value of the stakes, £612,
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1961, 24 September 1891
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