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RACING IN ENGLAND.

EPSOM SUMMER. Wednesday, June 1. the derby stakes, Of BOOOsovs for the winner, 500sovs for the nominator of the winner, 300sovs for the owner of the second, and 200sovs for the owner of the third horse, by subscription of 50sovs each, half forfeit. About a mile and a-half. Lord Bradford's eh c Sir Hugo, by WisdomManoeuvre, 9.0 1 Baron Hirsch's b f La Fl6che, by St. SimonQuiver, 8.9 2 M. Camille Blanc's b c Bucentaure, by Saxifrage— Venise, 9.0 3 The last betting cabled, that was on the day before the race, was 6 to $ agst La Fleche and 8 to 1 Bonavista. Sir Hugo, who started at 40 to 1, won after a desperate struggle with La Fleche, whom he defeated by three-quarters of a length. There was one length between the second and third horses, and the race was run in 2min 44sec. The winner was trained by T. Wadlow at Stanton ; La Fleche by J. Porter at Kingsclere ; and Bucentaure in France. PEDIGREE OF THE WINNER. i lThe Baron Birdcatcher Rataplan (1842) Echidna 3 (1850) <3 Pocahontas Glencoe ~ (1837) Marpessa "g Gladiator Partisan ~ -3 Queen Mary (1833) Pauline £ -g (1843) 22 a Daughter of Plenipotntary • •"« (1840) MyrrhaJ o The Baron Birdcatcher 2 Stockwell (1842) Echidna £ (1849) 53 Pocahontas Glencoe <Z (1837) Marpessa 2 Flatcatcher Touchstone x 2 (1845) Decoy & <J. d'Esprit ■- 2 (1852) Extempore Emilius c (1840) Maria O —————— — — — — — S Touchstone Camel g S- (1831) Banter . o§ Newmnster , — S C (1848) Beeswing Dr Syntax 03 a (1833) Ardrossan mare ,§ /-n|2 Melbourne Humphry Clnkr ig o (1834) Cervantes mare d. The Slave a o (1852) Volley Voltaire §^ (1845) Martha Lynn >■ ________ ____—— — S The Baron Birdcatcher § g (1842) Echnida _3 3 Rataplan — _T (1850) Pocahontas Glencoe "8 (1837) Marpessa S Voltigeur Voltaire H (1847) Martha Lynn •a Qui Vive r* (1856) Mrs Ridgway Birdcatcher (1349) Nan Darrull PLACED HORSES AND BETTING SINCE 1866. 1867 Mr Chaplin's Hermit Gfjto 1 Mr Merry's Marksman 10 to 1 Duke of Beaufort's Vauban 6to 4 Won by a neck ; bad third. 1868 Sir J. Hawley's Blue Gown 7to 2 Baron Rothschild's King Alfred ... 50 to 1 Duke of Newcastle's Speculum ... 14 to 1 Mr Chaplin's St. Ronan 40 to 1 Won by half a length ; bad third. 1869 Mr J. Johnstone's Pretender ... 11 to 8| Sir J. Hawley's Pero Gomez ... 11 to 2 Mr G. Jones' The Drummer ... 20 to 1 Mr Savile's Rysh worth 50 to 1 Won by a head ; length. 1870 Lord Falmouth's Kingcraft ... 20 to 1 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's Palmerston... 16 to 1 Lord Wilton's Muster no price Mr Merry's Macgregor 9 to 4 on Won by four lengths ; neck. 1871 Baron Rothschild's Favonious ... 9to 1 tMr Cartwright's Albert Victor ... 4to 1 tMr Merry's King of the Forest ... 14 to 1 Mr Keswick's Digby Grand ... 30 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; dead heat ; head. 1872 Mr Savile's Cremorne 3to 1 Mr J. N. Astley\s Pell Mell 50 to 1 Lord Falmouth's Queen's Messenger 6to 1 Lord Wilton's Wenlock 7to 1 Won by a head ; three lengths. 1873 Mr Merry's Doncaster 45 to 1 tMr Crawfurd's Gang Forward ... 9to 4 tMr Savile's Kaiser 4to 1 Lord Aylesford's Chandos 10 to 1 Won by half a length ; dead heat for second ; three lengths,

1874 Mr Cartwright's George Frederick 9to 1 Lord Rosebery's Couronne de Fer 7to 2 Lord Falmouth's Atlantic 100 to 8 Won by two lengths ; neck ; Leolinus, Trent, Aquilo, Rostrevor close up. 1875 Prince ßatthyany's Galopin ... 2to 1 Lord Aylesford's Claremont ...100 to 7 Lord Falmouth's c by Macaroni — Repentance 100 to 8 Lord Falmouth's Garterly Bell ...100 to 1 j Won by a length ; six lengths ; Gartorly Bell | clo3e up. 1876 Mr A. Baltazzi's Kisber 4to 1 Mr R. Peck' 3 Forerunner 100 to 15 Mr R. Peck's Julius Cresar 40 to 1 Lord Dupplin's Petrarch 2to 1 Won by five lengths ; three lengths ; three lengths. 1877 Lord Falmouth's Silvio 100 to 9 Mr Mitchell-Innes' Glen Arthur ... 50 to 1 Mr J. T. Mackenzie's Rob Roy ... 3to 1 Won by half a length ; three-quarters of a length ; a head. 1878 Mr Crawfurd's Scfton 100 to 12 Count Lagrange's Insulairo 100 to 30 Lord Falmouth's Childeric 100 to 8 Won by a length and a-half ; same ; Topar was fourth. 1879 Mr Acton's Sir Bevys 20 to 1 Mr Trotter's Palmbearer 100 to 1 Lord Rosebery's Visconti CO to 1 Duke of Westminster's Victor Chief sto 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a length ; three lengths. 1880 Duke of Westminster's Bend Or ... 2to 1 Mr Brewer's Robert the Devil ... 7to 1 Prince Soltykoff's Mask 20 to 1 Won by a head ; six lengths ; Apollo was fourth. 1881 Mr Lorillard's Iroquois 11 to 2 Mr Norman's Peregrine 6to 5 Lord Rosebery's Town Moor ... 33 to 1 Prince Soltykoff's Scobell 20 to 1 Won by half a length ; two lengths ; half a length. 1882 Duke of Westminster's Shotover... 11 to 2 Lord Bradford's Quicklime 6to 1 Mr Lorillard's Sachem 100 to 8 Mr H. Rymill's Bruce 9to 4 Won by three-quarters of a length ; bad third. 1883 Sir F. Johnstone's St. Blaise ... sto 1 Lord Ellersmere's Highland Chief 100 to 6 Lord Falmouth's Galliard 7to 2 Won by a neck ; half a length. 1884fMr J. Hammond's St. Gafcien ...100 to 8 tSir J. Willoughby's Harvester ...100 to 7 Sir J. Willoughby's Queen Ade- , laide sto 2 ] A dead heat ; two lengths. The stakes were divided. 1885 Lord Hastings' Melton 15 to 8 Mr Brodrick Cloete's Paradox ... 6to II Mr Childwick's Royal Hampton ... 10 to 1 Won by a head ; a bad third. 1886 Duke of Westminster's Ormonde... 40 to 85 Mr Peck's The Bard 7to 2| Mr Manton's St. Mirin 40 to 1 Won by a length and a-lialf ; a bad third. ; 1887 Mr Abington's Merry Hampton ...100 to 9 Mr Fern's The Baron 4to 5 Mr F. Douglas' Martley 10 to 1 Won by four lengths ; two lengths. 1888 Duke of Portland's Ayrshire ... sto 6 Mr Vyner's Crowberry 6to 1 Mr Rose's Van Dieman's Land ... 20,t0 1 Won by two lengths ; five lengths. 1889 Duke of Portland's Donovan ... Bto 11 Mr J. Gretton's Miguel 25 to 1 Mr D. Baird's El Dorado 100 to 8 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 1890 Sir J. Miller's Sainfoin 100 to 15 Baron de Rothschild's Le Nord ...100 to 7 Duke of Westminster's Orwell ... 100 to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a neck. 1891 Sir F. Johnstone's Common ... 10 to 11 Mr E. Blanc's Gouverneur 100 to 9 Sir J. Duke's Mirtenhurst 50 to 1 Won by two lengths ; a bad third, t A dead heat. Friday, June 3. the oaks stakes, Of 4000sovs for the winner, 400sovs for the nominator of the winner, 300sovs for the owner of the second, and 200 soys for the owner of the third horse, by subscription of 50sovs each. About a mile and a-half. Baron Hirsch's b f La FlSche, by St. Simon— Suiver, 8.10 1 cc of Portland's b f The Smew, by St. Simon Golden Eye, 8.10 2 I Colonel North's b f Lady Hermit, by Hermit or Galopin— Velinda, 8.10 3 Won by a short head ; a bad third. The winner was trained by J. Porter at Kingsclere, the Smew by W. A. Jarvis, Newmarket, and Lady Hermit by R. Sherwood, Newmarket. PLACED HORSES AND BETTING SINCE 1867. 18(58 Mr G. Jones' Formosa 11 to Bon Mr M. Dawsons' Lady Coventry ... 12 to 1 Mr Pad wick's Athena no price Won by 10 lengths ; a bad third. 1869 Sir F. Johnstone's Brigantine ... 7to 2 Sir J. Hawley's Morna 6to 4 Sir R. W. Bulkeley's Martinique... Bto I Won by two lengths ; a bad third, 1870 Mr G. Jones' Gamos ... ... 100 to 8 Mr Merry's Sunshine 4 to 1 Mr England's Pate 9 to 2 Lord Falmouth's Gertrude 100 to 30 Won by a length ; three-quarters. 1871 Baron Rothschild's Hannah ... 6to 5 Mr Naylor's Noblesse 20 to 1 Mr Lee's Hopbine no price Won by three lengths ; three-quarters. 1872 Mr Lefevre's Reine 3tol Mr Cartwright's Louise Victoria ... sto 2 Sir ß. Bulkeley's Guadaloupe ... 30 to 1 Mr Richmond s Catherine 100 to 15 Won by half a length ; length and a-half. 1873 Mr Merry's Marie Stuart 2 to 1 MrW.S. Crawfurd's Wild Myrtle 16 to 1 Mr R. H. Long's Angela 12 to 1 Mr Somerville r s Oxford Mixture ... 33 to 1 Won by three lengths ; half a length. 1874 Mr Launde's Apology 5 to 2 Mr Lefevre's Miss Tqto 7 to 4 Mr East's Lady Patricia v to 1 Won by three lengths ; a length. 1875 Lord Falmouth's Spinaway ... sto 4 Lord Falmouth's Ladylove ... 7to 4 Mr J. N. Astley's f by Toxopholite —Musket's dam 33 to 1 Count Lagrango's La Sauteuse ... Bto 1 Won by three lengths ; length ; head. 1876t Count Lagrange's Camelia , ... sto 4 tMr A. Lupin's Enguerrande ... 4to 1 Mr Meadow's Merry Duchess ... 33 to 1 M. Delamarre's Filoselle 33 to 1 A dead heat. 1877 Hon. Mr Fienno's Placida 2 to 1 Lord Hartington's Belphccbe ... sto 1 Mr Northern's Muscatel 7 to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; half a length. 1878 Lord Falmouth's Jannette 65 to 40 Lord Lonsdale's Pilgrimage Evens Count Lagrange's Clementine . . . 100 to 8 Won by a length ; a bad third. 1879 Lord Falmouth'sAVheel of Fortune 3tol on Mr Cookson's Coromandel II ... 100 to 3 Duke of Westminster's Adventure 40 to 1 Won by three lengths ; four lengths. 1880 Mr Perkin's Jenny Howlet 33 to 1 Mr Cookston's ßonnie Marden ... 20 to 1 Mr Fetherstonhaugh's War Horn no price Won by two lengths ; a head. 1881 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's Thebais ... 6t04 on Mr C. Perkin's Lucy Glitters ... 100 to 6 Lord Rosebery's Myra ... ... 20 to 1 Won by three lengths ; a bad third. 1882 Lord Stamford's Geheimniss ... 6t04 on Mr W. S. Crawfurd's St. Marguer e it 11 to 4 Mr Lde Rothschild's Nellie ... 11 to 2 Won by two lengths ; a length. 1883 Lord Rosebery's Bonny Jean ... sto 1 Count Lagrange's Malibran ... 20 to 1 Lord Rosebery's Ettarre ... ... no price Won by two lengths ; a head. 1884 Mr Abington's Busybody ... 105 to 100 on Mr R. Peck's Superba ... ... 4to 1 Sir J. Willoughby's Queen Adelaide 9 to 2 Won by half a length ; a bad third..

1885 Lord Cadogan's Lonely 85 to 40 Lord Zetland's St. Helena 9 to 2 Lord Rosebery's Cipollina 100 to o Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 1886 Duke of Hamilton's Miss Jummy 11 to 10 Prince Soltykoffs Argo Navis ... 25 to 1 Mr Benhohn's Braw Lass 4 to 1 Won by half a length ; a length. 1887 Duke of Beaufort's Reve dOr ... Bto 11 Mr T. Valentino's St. Helen ... 40 to 1 Duke of Westminster's Freedom... 100 to 8 Won by three lengths ; a bad third. 1888 Lord Calthorpe's Seabreeze ... 7to 4 Lord Falmouth's Rada 100 to 7 Mr C. Perkins' Belle Mahone ... 100 to 8 Won by two lengths ; one length. 1889 Lord R. Churchill's L'Abbesse de Jeuarre 20 to 1 Mr Vyner's Minthe 9to 4 JMr H. Milner's Seclusion 10 to 1 Won by a neck ; four lengths. 1890 Duke of Portland's Memoir ... 100 to 30 Chcv. Ginistrelli's Signorina ... Evens. Mr J. 11. Houldsworth's Ponza ... 100 to 8 Won by three-quarters of a length ; two lengths. 1891 Mr Noel Fenwick's Mimi 4 to 7 Lord Rosebery's Corstorphine ... 7to 2 i Sir R.Jardine's Lady Pnmroso ... 60 to 1 Won by four lengths ; half a length.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1998, 9 June 1892

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