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MANCIIKSTEtt WHITSUNTIDE. Fiiin.vv, Junk 10. m vM'iir.s'inu err, Of 'JOOOsovrf, mldi'il ton lmndinip swoopstakoa of iVwovf ouch ; tho second received lU)0-io\-. ,\\, ! tho third KHKoysout of thustakus. Kntraiuv, .')~.ii\m. Onu mile and thit'u-quai torn. Mr Itliiudcll Maplu'.s In c lialmninl, by Hamilton -KatuCraij,', lyi-rt, 7.t> (.1 Womlhurn) I Mr W. 11. MarslmlVrt eh i- Tho llu.Uon. by Thiii-lu Shannon, Jyr-t, 7.v .. (Mullon) A Sir It. Jardiiui'ri br o Hnniskilltm, by I'rism - K.)-,iiry, lyi-H, 7.:t (I'hitt) 3 Mr John Cluhßoii'h c-h i- St.. Cyr, by Tnippint— A^'iiotii, lyrn.KO . " . (C. LoaU' h ) 1 Mr X llurku'ti In or in h Murvyn, agod, H.O (IS. Chaloner) 0 Mr.l. Low thur'o eh h Iloundaditoh, tiyr.-t, H.li (J. Watlh) 0 Lord Zetland's b c i'.itiiuk Blue, lyr.i, S. 13 (l'\ Wobli) 0 Mr (' IVrkins" b c. Daio Duvil, Ij r-., 5.7 Mr A, ICilnyth'ri b f t'onoluiiu, lyi.i, H 7 (liu-kaliv) 0 Mr .1. Wlovoi's oh h liohubiiiy Di'iputrh, 5s rr.,7.7 (l'tiaKo) 0 Mr 11. M, Hyus' bin Minn, fiyitt, l».|-J (S ('huiulli-y) 0 Mr, l I'oitur'n eh i isuv Join-.-,, 3yi-i, (i.ll (A. Watts) 0 Mr W. I'Au-.iiti'nih t I'uitlroiiu, :tyi«, (i.ll (Allwopp) 0 Mr.l T. f 'iusslhv'h bile c Muy Unsi>, Uyra, (> 7 (Bradford) 0 H t ing : 100 to 30 agst Minn, 100 to 14 Ennis killen, 100 to 9 ltahnoral, 25 to 1 The Hudson. Mina ut once proceeded to mnko use of her light weight and cut out this work from Bey Jones, Penelope, and Dare Devil. From the six-furlong post to tho bottom turn it was impossible to distinguish a single colour owing to the bad light, and when glasses were of use a
little more than a quarter of a mile from home the complexion of the race had entirely changed The first flight consisted of Balmoral, St. Cyr, Enniskillen, Mervyn, and The Hudson. Far worse than the declaration of a pound overweight for Enniskillen was the hampering treatment he received from The Hudson, who had, to all appearances, 100 yds from home brought off another handicap surprise. As he hung to the right so did Balmoral come away from the rails to the left, and they had fairly bumped opposite the band stand before Balmoral forged ahead again to win by a neck. The general opiuion was that more blame could be laid to the charge of Mullen than Woodburn, and an objection on the ground of bumping was promptly overruled. Satubday, June 11. nc n « , WHITSUNTIDE STAKES, Of 20sovs each for starters ; lOsovs each for acceptors with lOOOsovs added; for two-year-olds • the second received 10 per cent, and third 5* per cent. out of the whole stake. Five furlongs. Mr Charlton's eh f Lady Bob, by CylinderMarchioness, 8.10 (C. Loatoa) 1 Duke of Portland's b f Mrs Butterwick, 9.1 (F'Webb) 2 Mr J. 11. Houldsworth's eh c Inverdon, 8.13 tx i rt. ii i, ™. Cannon) 3 Duke of Portland s Simena, 8.10 (Allsopp) 4 Mr W. A Jarvis' St. Etienne. 8.13 (Itickaby) 0 Betting :6 to 4on Lady Bob, sto 1 agst Inverdon, 6 to 1 Mrs Butterwick. Before reaching the distance Simena was in difficulties, and Mrs Butterwick worked her way into second place, without, however, iv the least disturbing the command of Lady Bob who won in a canter by two lengths ; same beltween second and third. PARIS. Sunday, June 12. grand prix de pakis, Of 40sovs each, with 8000sovs added. For three-year-olds ; second received 400sovs, third 200sqvs. One mile seven furlongs. M. E. Blanche's oh c Kueil, by Energy—Reveuse, 8.11 (Lane) 1 M. H. Ridgway's eh c Courlis, by Sansoimet— • Citronelle, 8.11 (Kolfe) 2 Baron A. do Schickler's b c Chene Royal, by x Narcisse-Perplexite, 8.11 ... (Kearney) 3 M. C. Blanc sb c Bucentaure, 8.11 (Roden) 4 Count de Berteux's Amadis 11, 8.11 (J. Watts) 0 M. H. Say's Ranes, 8.11 (Storr) 0 M. H. Say's Saint Michel, 8.11 ... (Jones) 0 M. H. Delamarre's Diarbek, 8.11 ._ . T ,.,,, (Chesterman) 0 M. A. Lupin s L Erebe, 8.11 ... (Hudson) 0 Baron A. de Schickler's Fra Angelico, 8.11 (Madge) 0 BettiDg : 7 to 4 on Fra Angelico, 10 to 1 agst Chene Royal, 10 to 1 Rueil, 10 to 1 Courlis, 20 to 1 Buceutaure, 25 to 1 Amadis, 30 to 1 Ranes, 30 to 1 Diarbek, 66 to 1 Saint Michel, 100 to 1 L'Erebe. The iirst to show in advance was Cheno Royal, who was followed by Fra Angelico and Diarbek. They 'ran without much change for about six furlongs, when Diarbek took the lead. Soon afterwards M. Delamarre's colt was in difficulties, and it seemed as if the race would result in the victory of one of Baron Schickler's candidates. Before they entered the straight, however, Rueil came into the front, attended by Courlis. A short distance further Fra Angelico began to show signals of distress, and then Courlis went to the fore, closely followed by Rueil. The race now became of the most exciting description, and when they were below the stands Courlis looked all over the winner, but Rueil, making his effort, drew up to him, and obtaining the advantage won somewhat easily by a neck ; three lengths divided second and third. Value of the stakes, L 10.044. Time, 3min 23 2-ssec. ASCOT. Tuesday, June 14. ascot stakes, A handicap of 25sovs each ; with 500sovs added for the winner and 100 for the second, and tho third received 50sovs out of the stakes. About two miles. Mr E. Lodor's eh f Billow, by Ocean Wave — Queen Frederica. 4yrs, 0.7 ... (A. Watts) 1 Mr A. Taylor's br h Harfleur, by Lancastrian, dam by Adventurer — Wildflower, syrs, 7.6 (R. Cbaloner) 2 Lord Gerard's b f Metallic, by Sweetbread — BeU Metal, 3yrs, 6.10 (Allsopp) 3 Sir R. Jardine's eh c St. Benedict, by Edward the Confessor— Currer Bell, syrs, 7.10 (G. Barrett) 4 Mr B. Maple's Balmoral, lyrs, 8.3 (Woodburn) 0 Mr Uobelrs Worldly Wise, 4yrs, 8.1 (Fagnn) 0 Col. North's Old Boots, lyra, 8.1 (M. Cannon) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Rigmarole, 3yrs, (5.7 (Gough) 0 Sir S. M. Lochart's Lambent, 3yrs, 6.41b, (Bradford) 0 Mr Harding Cox's Chevy Chase, syrs, 6.3 (P. Chaloner) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Harfleur, 5 to 1 Metallic, 6 to 1 St. Benedict and Billow. As they approached the brick kilns Billow shot out in clear command, and was pursued to the bend by Metallic. At the distance Hariluer - mended his position by passing Metallic, but ho was unable to reach Billow, who cleverly shook him off by a length ; three lengths between second and third. Time, 3min 44seo. Value of stakes, LBOS. CO\ E.NTRY STAKES, Of lOsovs eai-h. with lOOOsovs added. For two-year-olds. The secoud received 10 per cent, and tho third 5 per cent, on the whole stake. T.Y.C. Mr Jorsey's che Milford, by Saraband— C'olleon Uawn 11, 9.0 (J Watte) 1 Mr 10. P.lanc's eh c Marly, by Knergj — Modest Martha, 9 0 (T. Lane) 2 Mr R. 11. Combe's br f Kvermuiv, by St.. Simon — linmortoUo, 8.11 .. .. (Rickaby) 3 Mr Wullaeo Johnstono's b e Host Man, by Oimondo or Molton — Wedlock, !>.O (Allsopp) It Duke of Heuuforfb Stiuthrose, 9.0 (It. Chaloner) 0 (ienoral Owen Williams' llaut itriou, 9.0 (Weldon) 0 Mr llaiuar Buss" f by Hawkstone— Lady Amoliu, S.ll (G. Chaloner) 0 Li.nl Choluuiudoloy's Lunette, 8.11 (Grithths) 0 Hotting : 7 to 4 on Milford, 100 to 9 agst Marly, 34 to 1 Evermore. Milford at tho distance seemed to be winning tinsily, but with Marly sticking to him like a leech ho was hanging fire in the last 100 yds, and Watts had to show him the whip to keep him straight, and secured the award by a neck. Tuna, lmin 13sec. Value of the stakes, LIBY7. COLD VASE, Value 200sov8, given by her Majesty, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each. Two mile*. M f I )ouglas Baird'a b h Martagon, by Bend Or — TK'er Lily, syis, O.t ... (J. Watts) 1 Lord t'enrhyn s eh c Thessalian, by Wisdom— I'lickles, 3yrs, 7.S (Cawte) 2 Mr Blnndell Maple's b or br c Clarence, by Saraband — Princess Arena, 3yrs, 7.S (Woodburn) 3 Mr llanier Bass' c by Hampton— Lady Highthorn, -Jyrs, S. i (R. Chaloner) 0 Colonel Noith'» Nunthorpe, Gyr.s, 9.4 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Clarence, 9 to 4 ThesBalian, 100 to 30 Martagon. Thossalian cut out tho work to the distance, where Martagon drew out and won by half a length. Time, 3min 46sec. Value of tho stakes, L3BO. PRINCE OF WALES STAKES, Of 50sov8 each, with lOOOsovs added, for three-year-olds ; tho second received 300sovs and tho
third 200«ovs out of the stakes. New course (about one mile and five furlongs). Baron do Hirsch's br c Watercress, by Springfield—Wharf dale, 8.3 (G.Barrett) 1 Mr John Cliarlton's b c Tanzmoister, by Saraband— Mizpah (O. Loates) 2 General O wen William's b c Pensioner, by Royal Hampton— Legacy, 8.4 (Weldon) 3 Mr Douglas Baird's Cottesmore, 5.3 (Fagan) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Platoon, 8.10 (R. Chaloner) 0 Lord Bradford's Flank March, 8.3 (Allsopp) 0 Mr W. Cooper's The Lover, 9.1 (G. Chaloner) 0 Lord Dunraven's Haymaker, 8.13 (F.Webb) 0 Mr J. H. Holdsworth's Dimure, 9.1 (M. Cannon) 0 Mr Blundell Maple's Hatfield, 8.3 (Woodburn) 0 Mrßoss'Bonavista.9.s ... - &.)Xs£< X Lord Durham's Bithynian, 8.3 ... (Rickaby) 0 Betting -. 4 to 1 agst Pensioner, 7 to 1 lanzxneister, 100 to 8 Watercress. At the distance Frank March, Hatfield, and Dunure gave way to Tanzmeister, who, besides passing Pensioner opposite the stand, in a gallant effort for a stride or two reached the girths of Watercress, but was shaken off again and beaten rather easily by a length ; a bad third. Time, 2min 51 4-ssec. Valu. of the stakes, L 2575. Wednesday, June 15. ROYAL HUNT CUP, A piece of plate value SOOsovs. added to a handicap sweepstakes of 20dovs each, lhe second horse received 150sovs out of the stakes. Aew mite (sex-en furlongs and 166 yards). Mr M'Caliuont's b c Suspender, by Muncaster— Garterless, 3yrs, 7.10 (G. Chaloner) 1 Colonel North's b or br h High Commissioner, by Lowland Chief— Consolation, syrs, 8.1 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr A. Taylor's b or br c Stuart, by Exile IIFlora Macdonald,3yrs, 6.2 ... ... (Gough) 3 Mr Blundell Maple's b c Prince Hampton, by Royal Hampton— Pibroch, 4yrs, 87 (J. Woodburn) 4 Mr C. D. Ross' Bel Demonio, syrs, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 M. de Monbel's Erinalc, 4yrs, 9.0 ... (F. Webb) 0 Mr H. WickhamM Huntingdon, 3yrs, 8.7 ( Weldon) 0 Mr A. Kilsyth's Euclid, 3yrs, 8.7 ... (Rickaby) 0 Lord Hastings Breach, 4yrs, 8.0 ... (Fiulay) 0 Lord Bradford's Cuttlestone, -lyrs, Bst (AUsopp) 0 Mr P. Fing's Wavlaby, aged, 7.12 .(Platt) 0 Mr Daniel Cooper's Melody, 4yrs, 7.12 (lagan) 0 Colonel North's Arturo, 4yrs, 7.10 (R. Chaloner) 0 Mr Hamer Bass' Rusticus, 6yrs, 7.8 (Mullen) 0 Sir James Duke's Evil Eye, 4yrs, 7.8 (G. Brown) 0 Mr J. W. Smith's Miss Dollar, (syrs, 7.7 (G. Barrett) 0 Mr R. Moncreiff s Ben, syrs, 7.3 (S. Chandley) 0 Lord EUesmere's Esmond, 3yrs, 6.13 (F. Heap) 0 Mr W. Low's Gone Coon, 4yrs. 6.13... (Peake) 0 Mr T. Jennings' Lord Henry, 4yrs, 6.12 (Ayliu) 0 Mr W. It. Marshall's Ordinance, 4yrs. 6.13 (G. Munser) 0 Mr Fairies First Flight, 3yrs, (5.10 (F. Pratt) 0 Colonel Heyward's Kentigere, 4yrs, 6.8 (Wall) 0 General Owen Williams' Pensioner, 3yrs, 6.6 (A. Watts) 0 Mr Harding Cox's Trelaske, 4yrs, 6.3 (P. Chaloner) 0 Betting : 5 to 1 against Miss Dollar, 20 to 1 High Commissioner, 25 to 1 Suspender, 40 to 1 Stuart. At a, quarter of a mile Irom home the favourite was fuirly disposed of. In the meanwhile High Commissioner had rejoined his stable companion, but both gave way at the distance to Suspender, who sailed away with the race in hand and won easily by four lengths. Value of the stakes L 1240. Thuhsday, Juke 16. itOUS MEMORIAL STAKES, Of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added ; the second received lOOaovs out of the stakes. New mile. Mr J. 11. Houldsworth's b c Orvieto, by Bend Or— Napoli, 4yrs, S.ll (J. Watts) 1 Baron de Rothschild's eh h Le Nord, by Tristan— La Noce, syrs, 8.12 ... (M. Cannon) 2 Sir R. Jardine's b or b c Rouge Dragon, by Bend Or— Tiger Lily, 3yrs, 7.7 (J. Woodburn) 3 Colonel North's Simonian, 4yrs, 5.13 (G. Barrett) 0 Mr H. T. Barclay's Ben Avon, 3yrs, 7.4 (Ibbett) 0 Betting : 11 to Bon Orvieto, 11 to 4 agst Le Nord, 20 to 1 Rouge Dragon. Before crossing the road Orvieto had pulled his way to the front, and although Le Nord went on second from Simonian, he put no heart into his work, and was easily beaten by two lengths; a bad third. Value of the stakes, L 940. NEW STAKES, Of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added ; for two-year-olds : the second received 10 per cent, on the whole stake. T.Y.C (five furlongs 136 yds). Mr H. M'Calmont's b c Isinglass, by Isonomy —Deadlock, 8.10 (G. Chaloner) 1 Sir R. Jardine's eh c Fealar, by" Prism — Queen of the Valley, 8.10 (F.Barrett) 2 Mr C. Rose's b c Ravensbury, by Isonomy — Penitent, 8.11 (J. Watts) 3 Duke of Beaufort's St. Jude, 8.10 (R. Chaloner) 0 Lord EUesmere's Phocion, 8.10 ... (Fagan) 0 Lord Gerard's Dunraven, S.lO ... (Rickaby) 0 Mr Wallace Johnstone's Royal Mask, 8.11 (F. Webb) 0 Mr Henry Miluer's Faithful, 8.7 (Allsopp) 0 Colonel North's Royal Harry, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Baron de Rothschild's Imprevu, 8.10 (C. Loates) 0 Betting : 3 to 1 agst Royal Harry, 100 to 30 Isinglass, 10 to 1 Ravensbury, 50 to 1 Fealar. At the foot of the hill Isinglass assumed the command. He was followed by Fealar, Royal Mask, Ravensbury, and Dunraven to the distance, when Royal Mask compounded, and at the same time Ravensbury made an effort, which carried him into third place, beaten only a head from Fealar, while Isinglass finished in good form, and won easily by two lengths. Value of the stakes, L 2006. GOLD CVP. Value lOOOsovs, with SOOsovs for the second, and lOOsovs for the third, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each, h. ft. About two miles and a-half. Lord Rosslyn's b c Buccaneer, by Privateer — Primula, 4yre, 0.0 (G.Barrett) 1 M. de Monbel's b c Ermak, by Farfardet—Knergetic, 4yrfa, 9.0 (F.Webb) 2 Betting : 2 to 1 on Buccaneer. Buccaneer made steady running with a three or four lengths lead until entering the old course, when he improved the pace. This at once put Ermak on the stretch, and although he was going well to the bend, and reduced the lead in the line for home, Buccaneer had taken his measure half way up the hill, and with the Frenchman not persevering to the end he was easily beaten by eight lengths. Time, 4min 39sec. Value of the stakes, LI2BO. ST. JAMES' PAIM.CE STAKES, Of lOOsovs ; each h. ft., with 300sovs added, for three-year-olds; the second received 200sovs out of the stakes, and the third saved stake. Old mile. Mr Henry Milner's b cSt. Angelo, by Clairvaux or Galopin— Agneta, 9.0 (l-.Webb) 1 Baron de Hirsch's br c Watercress, by Sprmgfield—Wharfedale, 9.0 (G.Barrett) 2 Lord Bradford's eh c Sir Hugo* by Wisdom— Mameiivie, 9.0 ( , W( ; ld , on ? 2 jMx R. 11. Combe's President, 5.7 (Rickaby) 0 Betting : 6 to 4 on Sir Hugo, 5 to 2 agst St. Angelo, 100 to 15 Watercress, 100 to 7 President. Watercress made play for a quarter of a mile, when President took the lead, Sir Hugo going on second. Before rounding the bend Sir Hugo took up the running followed by Watercress, and as they entered the straight, president was passed by St. Angelo. The
last named uo\» )->fy.nt to leol his way towards the front, and when Watercress had collared Sir Hugo at the distance St. Angelo swept up to the pair, and with Webb then satisfied, h« held his mount in tight check to the end, and won a prettily ridden race from Watercress by three-parts of a length ; half a length between, second and third. Value of the stakes, LIBEO.
Fiudat, June 17. Alexandra plate, Of lOOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of 2osovs each, the second received 200sovs or.t of the stakes, and the third saved stake. About three miles. Duke of Westminster's br h Blue-green, by Cojruleus— Angelica, syrs, 8.8 (G. Barrett) 1 Lord Penrhyn's eh c Bracken, by Beaudesert - Silver Cross, 4yrs, 9.0 (T. Weldon) 2 Mr J. Lowther's eh h Houndsditch, by Peter— Clarissima, Gyrs, 9.7 (J. Watts) 3 Betting : 9to 4 on Blue-green, 5 to 1 agst Bracken, 5 to 1 Houndsditch. Bracken made slow running, and soon led eight or ten lengths from Houndsditch, who was in turn clear of Blue-green, until passing the stand. The pace now improved, and entering the Swinley Bottom Blue-green passed Houndsditch, who secured his original berth entering the old course. At the brick kilns intervals of three lengths separated each, and they ran so to the bottom turn, when close order was taken, and with Houndsditch the first in trouble, Blue-green swept up to Bracken inside the distance pulling double, and won in a canter by two lengths. Time, smin 42 l-ssec. Value* of the stakes, L 990. WOKINGIIAM STAKES, Of 15sovs each, with SOOsovs added ; the second received lOOsovs out of the btakes. Last threequarters of the New Mile. Mr Daniel Cooper's eh c Hildeberfc, by Friar Rush—Hilda, 4yrs, 6.6 (Bradford) 1 Colonel O. Montagu's b f Cloudberry, by Macheath—Miss Mannering, 4yrs, 7.10 (It. Chaloner) 2 Chevalier Scheibler's eh h Ram Lai, by Robert the Devil— Evergreen, syrs, 7.7 (Woodburn) 3 Mr. l. Gubbins* John Morgan, syrs, S.O (C. Loates) 4 Lord Durham's Peter Flower, 4yrs, 8.10 (Rickaby) 0 Lord Bradford's Cuttlestone, 4yrs, 8.7 (Veldon) 0 Colonel North's High Commissioner, Syrs, 8.6 (M. Cannon) 0 Mr Broderick-Cloete's Unicorn, 4yrs, 8.2 (Fagan) 0 Baron de Hirsch's Windgall, 3yrs, 8.2 (G.Barrett) 0 General Owen William's Conifer, 4yrs, 8.1 (Cawte) 0 Prince Soltykoffs Woolsthorpe, 4yrs, 7.13 (Tomlisson) 0 Sir R. Jardine's Middleham, 3yrs, 7.8 (Allsopp) 0 Mr Noel Fenwick's Gossoon, 3yrs. 7 8 (O. Madden) 0 Lord Hastings' Jessamy, 4yrs, 7.7 (Finlay) 0 Sir James Miller's Jodel, syr&, 7M (Griffiths) 0 Mr R. H. Combe's Conachnr, 4yrs, 7.4 (A. Watts) 0 Mr Warren de la Rue's Bill, 3yrs, 7.5 (G. Chaloner) 0 Colonel Heywavd's Kentigern, 4yrs, 7.2 (Wall) 0 Mr A. Kilsyth's Sophism, 3yrs, 6.12 (G. Brown) 0 Mr A. Taylor's Woolwich, 3yrs, 6.4 (Gough) 0 Mr Douglas Baird's Petard, 4yrs, 6.10 (Pratt) 0 Captain Machell's Bach, 3yrs, 6.2 (P. Chaloner) 0 Betting : 9 to 2 agst Peter Flower, 6 to 1 Bill, 9 to 1 Ram Lai, 10 to 1 Hildebert, 28 to 1 Cloudberry. A quarter of a mile from home Peter Flower compounded, and at tho distance Hildebert continued to lead from Cloudberry, Ram Lai, and John Morgan, these being pursued by High Commissioner. The last named looked like overhauling Hildebert for a few strides, when he died out, and in front the whole of the way Mr Cooper's representative won by two lengths from Cloudberry, " necks " separating second and third and third and fourth. Value of the stakes, L 1045. HARDWIOKE STAKES, Of 2000sovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each ; the second received 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent, on the whole stakes. Swinley course (one mile and a half). Mr Rose's b c St. Damien, by St. Simon — Distant Shore, 3yrs, 7.12 (J. Woodburu) 1 M. E. Blanc's eh c Gouverneur, by Energy— Gladia, 4yrs, 9.12 (T. Lane) 2 Mr A. Taylor's b c King Charles, by Exile II — Lady Charlie, 3yrs, 7.7 (Wall) 3 Mr A. Kilsyth's Medallion dOr, by Bend Or— Eastern Lily, 3yrs, 7.7 (G. Brown) 0 Betting : 21 to 20 agst Gouverneur, 11 to 10 St. Damien, 33 to 1 any other. Gouverneur led for a few strides, and then Medaillon dOr took up the running attended by King Charles. This order was maintained into the Swinley Bottom, when King Charles became the whipper-in, and before reaching the brick kilns Gouverneur deprived Medaillon dOr of the command. He was followed into the straight by St. Damien, who had collared him 200 yds further on, and with Gouverneur striking his flag instanter he was beaten easily by a length ; a bad third. Time, 2min 44 2-ssec. Value of the stakes, L 2735 10s.
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