Friday, September 23. URrcBMBEB. Handicap, of lOOOsovs; the second received lOOsovs. One mile. Mr G. Moorhead's b c Roy Neil, by Kendal— Sylva, 3yrs, 8.4 ...• ... ... (M. Dawson) 1 Mr P. Fings' b h Warlaby, by Syrian-Lady of Urrard, aged, 9.0 ... .... ...(W. Platt) 2 ,33uke of Beaufort's br f Simonetta, by St. Simon—lthona, 4yrs, B.llb ... (R. Chaloner) t Mr W. Sanderson's eh c The Pyx, by Esterhng —Sardica, 3yrs, 7.1 A-(J-O% rnson) f Mr Henry Milner's Adoration, 3yrs, 8.10 (G. Barrett) 0 •Colonial North's Arturo, 4yrs, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Itfr J. Cannon's Glory Smitten, 6yrs, 8.9 (G. Chaloner) 0 (Colonel Heyward's Sabrina, Cyrs, 8.3 (Allsopp) 0 Betting: sto 2 agst Roy Neil, 7to 2 Warlaby, 7 to 1 Simonetta. Sabrina was disposed of long before reaching the distance, and at this point Roy Neil took up the running from Warlaby, and won rather easily liy a length. Value of the stakes, LS/5. A Breeders' Foal Plate, of ISOOsovs ; the nominator of the winner received 15 per cent, and the owner and nominator of the second each received 5 per cent, out of the Plate. Five Mr Jersey's eh c Milf ord, by Saraband—Colleen Bawoll, 9.8 (G.Barrett) 1 Mr Best** eh c Worcester, by Saraband—Elegance,.g.S n ... <O. Loates) 2 ]ttr Henry Milner's br c Grand Duke, by Isonomy—Princess Louise Victoria, 9 0 (F. Webb) a Mr J. G. Hodgson's Talleyrand, 8.8 (Allsopp) 0 Mr A. Hoole's Lady Candahar, 8.13 (T. Weldon) 0 MajorStapylton's Sweden, 8.8 ... (W. Platt) 0 Betting: sto 4 agst Milf ord, 7to 4 Grand Duke, sto 1 Worcester. , . - . v Grand Duke was m trouble almost from the start, and with Milford pulling himself to the front at the distance, he resisted without an effort the challenge of Worcester, and won by a length. Value of the stakes, L 1329. Saturday, September 24. Lancashire Plate, of 10,000sovs. The nominator of the winner received 10 per cent., the owner of the second 10 per cent., the nominator of the second 5 per cent., the owner of the .third 3 per cent., and the nominator of the -t&ird 2 per cent, of the whole stake. One tßaron de Hirsch's br f La Fleche, by St. Simon -Qoiver, 3yrs, 9.8 .. ... (G. Barrett) 1 Mr 3. H. Houldsworth's b c Orvieto, by Bend Or-Napoli. 4yrs, 9.10 .. (J. Watts) 2 ■Sir R. Jardine's eh c Llanthony, by Ormonde ' —Agnes Bentinck, 3yrs, 9.5 (F- Rickaby) 3 Colonel North's El Diablo, by Robert the • Devil-Tantrum, 3yrs, 9.1 ... (fil. Cannon) 4 feed Bradford's Sir Hugo, 3yrs, 9.U q Gene^i Owen Williams' Conifer, 4yn,9.11 (J. Liadiara) i) Mr J. N. tetWs Mark Price, sy«, 9.7^^ q Mr H. Milner's St. Angelo, 3yrs, 9^5 q Mr J. Charlton's May Duke, 3yrs, 9.1' J^ Q Duke of Beaufort's Son of a Gun, 2yrs, 7.0 (F, Allsopp) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Empress of Germany, 2yrs 15.11 (Gough) 0 Betting: 6 to 4 agst La Fleche, 2 to 1 Orvieto. 100 to 12 Sir Hugo, 100 to 9 St. Angelo, 100 to 8 May Duke, 100 to 1 Son of a Gun, Llanthony, and El Diablo, 200 to 1 Mark Price, Conifer, and Empress of Germany. St. Angelo jumped off in front of May Duke, Son of a Gun, and Sir Hugo, with Conifer, Orvieto, and La Fleche on their heels, and Mark Price and Llanthony the whippers in. The first •quarter of a mile saw Son of a Gun pushed to the head of affairs, followed by Conifer, and they went on clear of May Duke, Orvieto, and St. Angelo, the next pair being La Fleche and Sir Hugo, while Llanthony had dropped astern. As they entered the straight the two leaders ran wide, and St. Angelo joined them on the rails, with Orvieto going on fourth in the centre of the coarse from La Fleche and Llauthony, while May Duke stood stai and gave way to Xl Diablo. Soon afterwamh Son of a Gun and Conifer compounded.and St. Angelo was left iii # command from Orvieto, La Fleche, and Llanthony almost abreast, with £1 Diablo just behind. At the commencement of the deep ground St. Angelo was closely pressed for Orviefo and U Fleche,,iHid wfceuafew stride?
further on Webb had begun to move, he put his foot into a deep' hole, and turned a complete somersault. At the same time Xl Diablo floundered, and with Orvieto now fairly collared by La Fleche, she came clean away in the last 200 yds and won in easy and gallant style by three lengths. Llanthony struggled on, and only lost second money to Orvieto by a length, with Xl Diablo a head behind fourth. Sir Hugo was 10 lengths off fifth, May Duke sixth, Empress of Germany seventh, Son of a Gun eighth, Mark Price ninth, and Conifer last. Time, lmin 50 l-ssec. Value of the stake, L 7730.
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MANCHESTER., Otago Witness, Issue 2020, 10 November 1892
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