RACING IN ENGLAND .
NEWMARKET SECOND JULY. , Tuesday, July 12. soltykoff stakes, Of ssovs each, with 300sovs added, for two-year-olds ; the second received 20sqvs. New T V C Baron dc Rothschild's eh c Medicis, by Robert the Devil or Florentine— Skotzka, 8.9 ' (C Loates) 1 Lord Calthorpe's b c Prank, by CraftonWEsca- - pade, 8.9 (G. Chaloner) 2 Duke of Portland's b f Simena, by St. SimonFlying Footstep, 8,5 (G.Barrett 3 Mr J. Charlton's Lady Bob, 9.4 (J.TWatts 0 Mr T. Jennings' William, 8.9 ... (D. Hunt 0 Mr Harbridge's Best Man, 9.1 ... €P, Webb 0 , Mr J. Lowther's Low M00r,' 8.9 (Wpodbqrn 0 'Mr Brydges Willyams 1 Miss Stratford '8.5 (ftwkaby) Q I Betting : 7to 4 agst Best Man; 100 to 30 Medicis, 9 to 2 Prank, 100 to 15 Simena. / At the top of the hill Best Man and Lady Bob had given way to Medicis, Prank, atjd Simena, and they finished in the order n^med/ Medicis shaking off Prauk in the last 50yds and winning cleverly by three parts of a length. Thursday, July 14. chesterfield stakes, Of 1220sovs, for two-year-olds. Last five furlongs of B. M. j . Mr Abington's b c Meddler, by St. 'Gatien —Busybody, 9.3 -... (M. Cannon) 1 Duke of Portland's b or br c Kilmarnock, (car. 812) ..,' (J. Watts) 2 Lord Londonderry's eh c Inferno.' 9.3 (F r Webb),3 Mr T. Jennings' Lord William, 8.10 (G.Barrett) 0 Mr Wallace Johnstone's Andromeda, 8.7 (Allsopp) 0 Lord Zetland's Verdant Green, 8.10 •• (RJckaby 0 Lord Calthorpe's Galloon, 8.10 (G.Chaloncr) 0 Betting : 11 to 4 on Meddler, sto 1 agst Kilmarnock, and 100 to 9 Inferno. As they passed the T.Y.C. winning, post Lord William dropped back and left Meddler in command from Kilmarnock and Inferno, of whom the former caught the favourite half way up the hill. They raced level for a few strides, when ' Meddler drew out again, and Kilmarnock gave way to Inferno; but running on ho re-caught his stable companion and saved second money "by a head, while Meddler won easily by three lengths.
SANDOWN PARK SECOND SUMMER. Friday, July 15. ECLIPSE STAItES, Of 10,000sovs ; second received SOOsovs, nominator of winner 500sovs, and third lOOsovs out of stakes. About one mile two furlongs. Duke of Westminster's b c Orme, by Ormonde —Angelica, 3yrs, 9.1 ... ... (G.Barrett) 1 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's br c Orvieto, by Bend Or— Napoli, 4yrs, 9.13 (J. Watts) 2 Mr C, D. Rose's b c St. Daniien, by St. Simon —Distant Shore, 3yrs, 9.1 (J. Woodburn) 3 Mr H. Milner's b c Certosa, by Isonomy—Thebais, 3yrs, 8.13 ... ... (Fi Webb) 4
M. E. Blanc's eh c Gouverneur, 4yrs, 9.13 (T. Lane) 0 Sir R. Jardine's eh c Llanthony, 3yrs, 9.1 (F.Barrett) 0 Sir R. Jardine's b or br c Rouge Dragon, 3yrs, 8.8 ... ... ... (S. Chandley) 0
Betting : sto 4 agst Orme, 11 to 4 Orvieto, 4 to 1 Gouverneur, 100 to 8 St. Damien.
1 After one slight break away the flag fell, Gouverneur for a few strides being in front. He was then pulled back, and Rouge Dragon took the lead from Llanthony and Orvieto, with Orme next and St Damien last. In this order they travelled to the mile post, where Rouge Dragon was well clear of Orvieto and Llanthony side by side, with Orme, Certosa, and St. Damien in aline, Gouvornenr having become the whipper in. Passing the railway gate, Orvieto and Orme were going on second and third from Llanthony, and St. Damien was once again the last of the other three. In rounding the turn, Rpupe Dragon was joined by Llanthony, who got rid of him at the bottom turn, Orvieto on the inside and Orme in the centre, following on from Gouverneur. At the entrance to the rails, Llanthony cried ago, and left Orvieto and Orme head and head from Gouverneur, while at the same time St. Damien was somewhat hampered in their heels. In the next 200 yds Gouver: neur was beaten, and when at the distance Watts and Barrett simultaneously moved, the advantage was palpably for a few strides with Orvieto. lo every call, however, did Orme respond, and once nicely behind he was level three or four strides from the chair, and keeping up the effort to the end won a splendid race, amidst a scene of the greatest enthusiam, by a neck. S.t. Damien crept up very fast at the finish, and only lost second money by three parts of a length, with Certosa a bad fourth, Gouverneur fifth, and Rouge Dragon last. Time, 2min 15scc. Value of the stakes, L 925 4105. SANDRINGIIAM GOLD CUP, , Value 500 soys, added to a sweepstake of 500 soys each. For two year-olds. Second rece-ved 10 percent, and the third 5 per cent, of the sweep . stake. Five furlongs. General Owen Williams' b c Fcrigord, by St. Simon— Effic Deans, 9.0 ... (G. Chaloner) 1 Mr Jersey's eh c Milford, by Saraband— Colleen Bawn 11, 9.0... • (F.Webb) 2 Duke of Portland's b c Raeburn, by St. Simon— Mowerina, 9.0 (J. Watts) 3 Colonel North's Emita, 8.11 .(M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 on Milford, 4 to 1 agst Pcrigord, 7 to 1 Raeburn. Milford seemed to bo smothering Pcrigord until 100 yards from home, when the pinch came, and going quickly to pieces, he was beaten by a length. Value of the stakes, L 4600. Saturday, July 16. national breeders' produce stakes, For two-year-olds, of 5000sovs ; the breeder of the winner received 300sovs: the breeder and owner of the second each 200sovs. and the breeder and owner of the third each lOOsovs out of the stakes. Five furlongs. Mr T. C. Cunningham's eh f Tibbie Shiels, by Castlercagh— Farina 11. 8.1 (S. Chandley) 1 Mr Blundell Maple's b i Minting Queen, by Minting— Empress Queen, 9.6 . (J. Woodburn) 2 Mr Henry Milner's br c Grand Duke, by Isonomy— Princess Louise Victoria, 9.0 (J. Watts) 3 Captain Machell's b f Erin, by Brown PrinceHolly thorn, 8.1 (G. Chalonor) 4 Mr R. Sherwood's, jun., Lady Candahar, 8.11 (T. Weldon) 0 Mr R. Peck's Satellite, 8.9 ... (M. Cannon) 0 Mr Wallace Johnstone's Royal Mask, 8.9 [carried ß.lll (F.Webb) 0 Mr T. Cannon's Mottisfont, 8 9 (G. Brown) 0 Mr J. A. Craven's Man of Ross, 8.9 (C. Loates) 0 Mr W. G.Steven's Lady Campbell. 8.8 (R. Chaloner) 0 Mr H. D. Brocklehurst's Alix, 8.6 (Allsopp) 0 Mr J. Grelton's Formosa, 8.6 ... (G. Barrett) 0 Mr Howard Vyse's Miss Gunning, 8.4 (Peake) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 agst Erin, 100 to 30 Tibbie Shiels, Bto 1 Minting Queen. " Below the distance Tibbie Shiels assumed the command from Erin and Lady Candahar, with Minting Queen now singling herself out in pursuit she went up hand over hand until 50yds from the chair, when the weight told, and Tibbie Shiels shook her off by three-parts of a length. Value of the stakes, L 4358. LEICESTER SUMMER. Monday, July 18. midland derby plate, Of I'lOOsovs (lOOOsovs to winner, 250sovs to nominator of winner, and 75sovs each to owner and nominator of second). Three-year-olds. One mile and a-half. Mr J. 11. Houldsworth's b or br c Dunure, by . St. Simon— Sunrise, 9.7 ... (M. Cannon) r Mr H. Milner's b c Certosa, by Isonomy—The1 bais, 8.9 (carried 8.12] ... (F.Webb) 2 Duke of Hamilton's b c Persistivc, by Fitzi James— Persistence, 9.7 .... (J. Watts) 3 Lord Zetland's b c Carmilhan, by Camballo— Spiegclschiff . 9.3 ... ... < F , a S an > i Mr Deacon's Chater, 9.0 ... (Allsopp) 0 Betting : 5t04 on Certosa, 9to 4 agst Dunure, 10 to 1 Persistive. ' At the top of the hill Chater was beaten, and gave way to Dunure and Persistive, and Dunure challenging Certosa shortly afterwards won by three-parts of a length. Time, 2min 47sec. Value of the stakes, L 1229. Tuesday, July 19. Zetland plate, Of 1500sovs (10003ovs to the winner, SOOsovs to the nominator of the winner, and lOOsovs each to the owner and nominator of the second), for two-year-olds Five furlongs. Lord Calthorpe's br c Prank, by Crafton— .Escapade 8.6 (G. Chaloner) 1 Duke of Portland's b f Simena, by St. SimonFlying Footstep, 8.3 (Allsopp) 2 Mr D. Baird's br c Harbinger, by Galopin— Primavera, 8.6 (M. Cannon) 3 Sir R. Jardine's br f by Prism— Rosary, 8.6 ' (G. Barrett) 0 Capt. E, W. Baird's b f Queen of the Spring, 8.6 (J. Woodburn) 0 L.ord Zetland's b c Vernier, 8.6 ... (Fagan) 0 ' Betting : 6to 4 on Prank, 8 to 1 agst Simena, 10 to 1 Harbinger. Simena cut out the work with a clear lead of Prank and Harbinger. They ran so to the top of the hill, when Prank went out and collared aimena, but had no sooner done so than he swerved clean across the course, without, however, touching Simena, and secured the verdict by a head. Value of the stakes 12S0sovs. LIVERPOOL JULY. Thursday, July 21. great lancashire breeders' produce stakes, Of 2800sovs (of which 250sovs go to the nominator of the winner ; to the nominator and owner of the second each 150sovs ; and to the nominator and owner of the third each lOOsovs) ; for two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Mr Rose's b c Ravensbury, by Isonomy—Peniteut,9.o .... ••• (F.Webb) 1 Captain Machell's b f Erin, by Brown PrinceHollythorn, 8.1 ... ... (Woodburn) 2 Baron de Hirsch's eh f Poppcea, by MaskPauline. 86 (Peake) 3 Mr J. Hill's Rhymer, 8.4 ... (Holbeach) 0 Mr W. Taylor-Sharpe's Ova, 8.1 (Allsopp) 0 Mr J. Snarry's Ethel Agnes, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 0 Mr Stevenson's Irish Secretary, 8.9 (Colling) 0 Betting : 6to 5 agst Ravensbury, 9to 4 Erin, 10 to 1 Poppcea. , , ... At the distance Ravensbury began to close with the leaders, and overhauling Innin the last hundred yards, he won by two lengths ; a heart separated second and third. Time, lmm bsec. Value of stakes, L 2260.
Permanent link to this item
RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2010, 1 September 1892
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2010, 1 September 1892
Using This Item
See our copyright guide for information on how you may use this title.