RACING IN ENGLAND.
SANDOWN PABK. Fbiday, September 4. MICHAELMAS STAKES,
Of SOOsovs; the seoond received \2osovs. For two-
year-olds. Five furlongs. Mr J Cnarlton's b e Tanzmeistet, by Saraband— Mizpab, 9.4 ... (O Loates) 1 Mrs Ohaloner's b f Sengs, by Macheath Bvelyn Agnes, 8 7 ... (B Ohaloner) 2 Mr L de Botbsohild's bo Pumpernickel, by Breadknife—Emmeline, 8.10 ... (F BarretC) 3 Mr J Gubbins' Kuockany, 9.10 ... (Weldon) 0 Mr C Murray's oh f by Charibert— Court Beauty, 9.1 ... ... ... (FWebb) 0 Mr E Hobson's Toronto, 8.10 ... (Riokaby) 0 Mr LOHendry's Michaelmas, Q.lO (Wingfleld) 0 Mr A B Carr's Olaughton, 8.10 ... (J J Griffiths) 0 Mr J Waugh's Monteviot, 810 ... (Allsopp) 0 Mr W Cooper's The Lover, 8 10 ... (G Barrett) 0 Mr Brydges Willyams' Belle of Hampton, 8.10 (M Cannon) 0 MrFawoett'sSithonia.B 7 ... (Blake) 0 Mr B Maple's Graoe Darling, 8.7... (J Woodburn) 0 Mr Cope's Ardrea, 8.10... ... (Mullen) 0 Mr A Taylor's Exhalation, 8 7 ... (G Ohaloner) 0
Betting : 4 to 1 agst Tbe Lover, 100 to 14 Tanzmeißter, 100 to 8 Pumpernickel, 20 to 1 Senga. Tanzmeißter got within a couple of lengths of Senga below the distance, leaving Olaugbton in advance of the remainder. Senga waß stopping very fast, and when Tanzmeister bad reached her half a dozen strides from 1 the obair the verdiot was secured* and be won by a head
DONOASTER. Tuesday, Septbmbeb 8. CHAMPAGNE STAKBS, Of 80iovb eaoh, 20 ft, with 600sovs added, for two-year-olds ; the seoond received lOOsov*. and tho third saved stakes. Bed House in (fly« furlongs 152 yds.) Baron Ac Hinoh's br f La FJeobe, by Sb Simon— Quiver, 8.11... ... ... (G Barrett) 1 Mr N Fenwiok's br 0 Gossoon, by Golphin— Petal, 9.0... ... ... ... (Eiokaby) 2 Lord Bradford's oh c Sir Hugo, by WisdomManoeuvre, 90 ... ... (T Weldon) 8 Mr J H Houldsworth's borbr 0 Dunure. by Sb Simon- Sunrise. 9.0 ... ... (M Cannon) 4 Sir B Jardine's Bouge Dragon, 9.0 ... (F Barrett) 0 Lord Zetland's Sb Osythe, 8.11 [carried 8.13] (J Watbs) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 on La Fleohe, 9 to 1 agst Sir Hugo and Gossoon, Gossoon was full of go to the distance, when he obtained a fractional advantage over La Fleohe, but she stuck to him like a leeoh, and with the Boale turning in tbe last hundred yards she wen quite easily at the end by a length and ahalf. Time, lmin 16 1 55e0. Value of the stakes, £1200. GBBAT YOBKSHIBH HANDICAP PLATS, Of lOOOsovs; the seoond reoelved BOsovs, and the third 2580VS out of tbe Plate. Old Sb Leger oourse. Mr J H Houldsworth's b 0 Alloway, by Springfield- Lady Morgan, 4yrs, 8.11 ... (M Cannon) 1 Mr J Lowther's oh h Houndiditch, by Peter— Clarisiima,syrs,9 2 ... ... (J Watts) 2 Mr J Oharlton's b m Silver Spur, by Chippendale —Silver Heel, syrs, 9.0... ... (O Loates) 3 Mr P Buchanan's Shsnorotha, by Geologist- Pannier, 3yrs, 7.2 ... ... (S Chandley) 4 Mr H Milner's Shrine, 4yr«, 8.1 ... (B Ohaloner) 0 Mr B Vyner's Lily of Lumley, syrs, 8 0 (W Plabb) 0 Marquis Talon's Knight of Buby,6yrs, 7.13 (J Fagan) 0 Lord Oholmondeley's Screech Owl, syrs, 7.12 (G Barrett) 0 Mr J B Leigh's Veau dOr, 4yrs, 7.9 (G Ohaloner) 0 Sir B Jardine's Cavendish, 3yrs, 7.8 ... (Alltopp) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Sabra, 3yrs, 7.1 ... (W Blake) 0 Mr B Maple's Warrington, 3yrs, 7.1 (J Woodburn) 0 Colonel North's Colorado, 3yrs, 6.13 (A Watts) 0 Mr Deacon's Court Baron, 3yrs, 6.13 (Pwke) 0
Betting : 11 to 2 agst Sbanorotba, 6 to 1 Silver Spur, 10 to 1 Alloway and Houndsditch.
At the distance Houndsditch collared Shan- ] crotha, and bad no sooner disposed of him than danger cropped up on the whip band in Alloway. Although the latter wa« beginning to hang in the last few strides his jockey managed to get a steadying pull, and landed him the winner by a neok. Time, 3min 16seo. Value of the Btakes, £905. Wednesday, September 9, st. legbb stakbs, Of 25sovs eaob., for three-year-olds ; the owner of the seoond hone received 200sovi, and of the third lOOiove out of the stakes, r Old £t Leger oourse (about one mile six furlongs and 132 yds). Sir F Johnstone's br a Common, by Isonomy— Thistle, 9 0 ... ... ... (a Barrett) 1 M E Blanc's b o Beverend, by Energy— Beveuse 9.0 ... , ... ... (J Woodburn) 2 Colonel North's b o 8t Simon of the Book, by St Simon— Blue Book, 9 0 ... (M Cannon) 3 Mr W Stevenson's oh o Bosphorus, by Oilerton— Marmora, 9.0 ... ... (J Osborne) 4 Lord Bradford's b c Oatttlestone, by Bebreab— Poithuma, 9.0 ... ... (F Barrett) 0 Mr Noel Fenwiok's b f Mimi, by Baroaldine, dam by Lord Lyon— Sadie, B.U ... (Eickaby) 0 Mr J H Houldsworth's b o Orvieto, by Bend Or— Napoll. 9.0 ... ... ... (JWabts) 0 Lord Zetland'! b c Pabriok Blue, by PrismInstallation, 9.0 ... ... (Pagan) 0 Mr P Buchanan's br o The Admiral by Viotor Emmanuel— Helen Agnes, D.O (T Weldon) 0 Betting : sto 4 on Common, 5 to 1 agst Mimi, 11 to 2 Beverend, 10 to 1 Orvieto, 33 to 1 Bosphorus, 50 to 1 St, Simon of the Book and Outtlestone, 100 to 1 The Admiral and Patrick Blue. At the home turn Beverend was three parts of a length ahead of Common, at whose girths was St. Simon of the Book. The three now came out by themselves, and as Barrett was pushing bard upon the favourite he neither looked like overhauling Beverend nor resisting the challenge of St. Simon of the Bock. He continued to respond, nevertheless, to every call of bis rider, and from the distance, when it waß a question of heads between the three, Common began to forge ahead. To add to the excitement Bosphorus now appsared on the scene, and caused a display of old-fashioned Yorkshire enthusiasm. Common, once in front, steadily improved his advantage and won a splendid race by a length, Beverend scouring second money by a neok from St. Simon of the Bock, who held a similar pull over Boephorus. At an interval of six lengths Mimi and Orvieto were next in the order named, with Patriok Blue seventh, Outtleatone eighth, and The Admiral last, this trio being all of a heap. Time, Smin 14 2-5,360. Value of the stakes, £4300.
Thuesdat, September 10. Portland flats, Of 500aovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs eaoh, 5 ft; the seoond received SOsovs, and the third 25bovb oub of the stakes. Bed House in. Mr G Masterman's b o Tosbig, by Edward the Con-fessor-Zil Zellah, 4yrs, 7.9 ... (Platfc) 1 LordHarbingbon's oh o Marvel, 4yn, 8.7 (M Cannon) 2 Prinoe Solbykoff's b o Woolsthorpe, 3yrs, 7-6 (Colling) 3 Mr A Greasley's Xorkshiremnn,4yrs, 6,10 [oar 7.0] (B Ohaloner) 4 Mr A G Bonsor's Batton, 4yrs, 9.9 (J Woodburn) 0 Mr R Weighell'sLinthorpe,6yrs,B 8 (Weldon) 0 Ohevallier Sohelbler's Bam Lai, 4yrs, 8.0 (P Barrett) 0 Colonel Heyward'i Sabrina, 4yrs, 8.4 (Mullen) 0 Mr T Leader's Sly Fellow, sy», 8,3 (O Loates) 0 Captain Feuwiok's Day Dawn 4yrs, 8.2 (Fagan) 0 Colonel O. Montagu's Noverre, 3yrs, 8 0 > (61 Ohaloner) 0 Colonel North's Arturo, 3yrs. 7.13 (Finlay) 0 Duke of Portland's Koorali, 3yrs, 7.12 (J J Griffiths) 0 Duke of Westminster's Graoe Conroy, 3yrs, 7.13 (G Barrett) 0 Mr W Dunne's Melibceus, 4yrs, 7.8 (S Chandley) 0 Mr Hoare Smith's Bullion, 6yrs, 77 (G Brown) 0 Mr Arthur Jamesi' Charm, 3yrs, 7.5 (Blake) 0 Sir B Jardine's Lady Primrose, 3yrs, 7.5 (Allsopp) 0 Lord Lasoelles' Damsel, 3yrs, 6.3 (A Watts) 0 Mr H Bass' o by Sterling— Seagull, 3yn, 6 0 (Medden) 0 Mr WDodgsou'sSpringbeck, syrs,6 5 (Oawte) 0 Betting : 9to 4 agst Marvel, 100 to 6 Tostig, 25 to 1 Woolsthorpe. Won very cleverly by half a length ; two lengths between second and third, Time, lmin 10 3 saec. Value of the stakes, £765,
Fbidat, September 11. PABK HILL STAKBS,
Of 15bov§ eaob, 10 ft, with 300iovs added. For three-year-old fillies. The owner of the second received lOOiovs out of the stakes, and the third taved stake. Old St. Leger course. Mr W Brodriok-Oloete's b f Oerezs, by Petrarch— Cherry, 8.13 ... ... (J Watts) 1 Baron de Bobhsohild's b f Haute Saone, 8.13 (F Barrett) 2 Mr S Fenwick's b f Miml, 9.3 (Riokaby) 3 Lord Bradford's Mopfair, 8.10 ... (Weldon) 0 Betting : sto 4 agst Mimi, 2to 1 Haute Saone, 100 to 30 Oereza, 100 to 8 Mopfair., Mimi, Oereza, and Haute Saone raced almost abreast to the distance, when Mimi, who was holding tho middle berth, dropped back nearly half a length, Still she continued to struggle on, and the finest race of the week ended in the head victory only of Oereza, with Haute Saone securing seoond money by the Bame. Time, 3min 22seo.
DONGASTER CUP. Of 600sovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each; 5 ft ; the sweepstakes to be divided (two-thirds to the eecoud and one-third to the third). About frro miles. Major Joioey's b o Quean's Birthday, by Hagioaoope—Matilda, 4yrs. 9.4 ... (J Watts) 1 Mr J Lowther's oh h Houndiditch, syrs, 9.6 (J Pagan) 2
Mr J Gretton't b o Gonealvo, 4yrs, 10.0
(G Barrett.) 3
Betting : 85 to 40 on Queen's Birthday, sto 2 agst Gonsalvo, 10 to 1 Houndsditob. The favourite won easily at laßfc by three lengths, a length between second and third.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1968, 12 November 1891
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