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RACING IN ENGLAND.

KEMPTON PARK. Friday, October 7. Kempton Park Great Breeders' Produce Stakes, of 50003ovs ; the nominator of the winner received 300sovs, the nominator of the second 150sovs, the nominator of the third lOOsovs; the second 300sovb, and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. For two-year-olds ; by subscription of 40gs. Five furlongs. Mr R. Marsh's b c Tanderagee, by Morgan— Balornock, 8.4 (G. Barrott) 1 Baron G. do Rothschild's blk or br c Lc Nicham, by Tristan— La Noce, 9.5 (C. Loates) 2 Sir B. Maple's b f Minting Queen, by Minting —Empress Queen, 9.7 (J. Woodburn) 3 Mr J. Best's eh c Worcester, by Saraband— Eleganco, 8.9 (Allsopp) 4 Lord Calthorpo's Buckingham, 9.10 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr Rose's Ravcnsbury, 9.10 ... (Robinson) 0 Duke of Portland's The Prize, 9.7 (J. Wattß) 0 Mr D. Baird's Harbinger, 9.5 (Wall) 0 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's Inverdon, 9.5 (F.Pratt) 0 Mr J. Charlton's Watch Tower, 9.2 (Grilliths) 0 Mr 11. Milner's Faithful, 8.11 (Weldon 0 Mr W. Johnstone's Royal Mask. 8.9 (Liddiard) 0 Lord Calthorpe's Remington, 8.9 ... (Peake) 0 Captain Cookson's Bird of Passage, 8.6 (Bradford) 0 Colonel North's Concrete, 8.4 ... (M. Cannon) 0 Mr Schwabe's Primitiva, 8.4 ... (A. Watts) 0 Mr A. Taylor's eh c by Exile ll— Avonwick,B.4 (Rickaby) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Quilon, 8.1 (R. Chaloner) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst Tanderagee, 100 to 6 Le Nicham, 100 to 6 Minting Queon. The Prize, Buckingham, and Ravonsbury were well beaten below the distance, and when Tanderagee had drawn a length in advance of Worcester, both Le Nicham and Minting Quern caught him, The three then raced in a cluster to the end, and with Tanderagee coining back to them a little in the last 100 yds the yerdict was half a length from Le Nicham, with a head between second and third. Time, lmin (isec. Value of the stakes, L 4308. Saturday, October 8. Duke ov York Stakes (a handicap) of 5000sovb, by subscription of o'Osovs ; the second received 300sovs, and the third 200sovs out of the stakes. The Jubilee Course (one milt;). Mr J. W. Smith's br m Miss Dollar, by Elzevir —Miss Day rell, b'yrs, 8.2 ... (11. Chaloner) 1 Lord Ellesmere's br f Sabra, by St. SimonBelinda, 4yrs, 6.6 (Bradford) 2 Sir Blundell Maple's b c Prince Hampton, by Royal Hampton— Pibroch, 4yrs, 8.3 (J. Woodburn) 3 Baron de Hirsch's b c Windgall, by Galliaul— Windsor, 3yrs, 7.11 (G. Barrett) 4 Mr H. M. Dyas' bm Alice, syrs, 9.7 (S. Chandley) 0 Mr Abington's b m Lady Rosoberry, aged, 9.2 (J. Watts) 0 D. de Monbcl's b c Ermak, 4yrs, 8.13 (Welden) 0 Mr H. Milner's b c St. ADgelo, 3yrs, 8.11 (ftE. Cannon) 0 Baron de Hirsch's b c Watercress, 3yrs, 8.7 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr W. Cooper's eh c The Lover, 3yrs, 8.5 (Rickaby) 0 Mr A. Kilsyth's eh c Euclid, 3yrs, 8.2 (G. Brown) 0 Mr Brodrick-Cloete'sb f Cereza, 4yrs, 7.13 (C. Loates) 0 Colonel North's eh g Iddeßleigh, 6yrs, 7.10 (Allaopp) 0 Mr John Charlton's eh f Lady Lena, 3yrs, 7.5 (Peake) 0 Duke of Hamilton's eh c Persistive, 3yrs, 7.4 (O. Madden) 0 Mr J. H. Houldaworth's be Mortgage, 3yife, 7.2 (Pratt) 0 Mr T. M'Mahon's br c Castleblaney, 3yrs, 7.0 (Cawte) 0 Mr G. Lambert's c by Hampton— Lady Highthorn, 4yrs, 6.13 ... ... (A. Watts) 0 Sir R. Jardine's b c Middleham, 3yrs, 6.9 (Wall) 0 Sir Blundell Maple's b c Macready, 3yiß, 6.6 (P. Chaloner) 0 Mr H. M'Oalmont'ssch c Petard, 4yrs, 6.7 (Birch) 0 Lord Cholmondeley's b c Bar-le-Duc, 3ys, 0.2 (Swash) 0 Betting : 9 to 2 agbt Windgall, 7 to 1 Prince Hampton, 25 t> 1 Sabra, 1000 to 15 Miss Dollar. With Lady Lena and St. Angelo disposed of at the distance, Miss Dollar simply swept down upon Prince Hampton and Windgall, and had cleared them at least a couple of lengths when Sab) a, who had hitherto bsen unobserved, rushed into second place and reduced the verdict to a length and a-half. Time, lmin 46 2-sdec. Value of the stakes, L 1440. NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. Tuesday, October 11. Lowther Stake's, of 50sovs each (half to the second), with lOOOsovs added. A.F. (one mile and two furlongs). Colonel North's b c El Diablo, by Robert the Devil— Tantrum, 3yrs, S 6 (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Bradford's eh c Sir Hugo, by Wisdom — Manoeuvre, 3yrs, 9.7 (Allsopp) 2 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b or br c Dunure, by St. Simon— Sunrise, 3yr3, 8.12 (F. Pratt) 3 Sir B. Maple's Ilatfleld, 3yrs, 7.9 (J. Woodburn) 0 Mr H. Milner's Adoration, 3yrs, 8.11 (J. Watts) 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's Bumptious, 4>rs, 8.13 j (C. Loates) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 agst El Diablo, 6 to 1 Sir Hugo, 8 to 1 Dunure. In a close set-to, the weight enabled El Diablo to take the mea jure of Sir Hugo and wn by a neck ; a bad third. Hatfield was fourth, ami Bumptious last. Time, 2min 15 .'J-Gsec. Valuu of the stakes, LllOO. Clearwell Stakes, of 30sova each, with 200iovs added. For two-year-olds. The scowl received 50sovs out of the stakes. T.Y.C. (five furlongs and 140ydo). General Owen Williams' b c Perigord, by St Simon— Ernie Deans, 9.5 ... (G. Cbaloner)

Duke of Portland's b f The Prize, by Bend Or -Sachel,9.2 (J. Watts) 2 Baron de Rothschild's b f Go-ahead, by St. Gatien— Headlong, 8.7 ... (C Loates) 3 MrNoelFenwick'sDartaway.S.S (Rickaby) 0 Mr W. Johnstone's San Giovanni, 8.10 (Allsopp) 0 Mr H. Milncr's Medora, 8.13 ... (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Medora and Perigord, 9 to 2 The Prize, 100 to 8 Go-ahead. San Giovanni made running until entering the rails, when San Giovanni and Medora were beaten. In the meanwhile The Prize was closing with Perigord and commanded him for speed until a few strides from the chair, when he got her in trouble, and won a fine race by a head, value of th« stakes, L 497. Champion Stakes, of 50sovs each, with lOOOsovs added. The second received 10 per cent. A.F. (one mile and two furlongs). Duke of Westminster's b c Orme by OrmondeAngelica, 3yrs, 8.5 ... ... (G.Barrett) 1 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b c Orvieto, by Bendigo—Napoli, 4yrs, 9.0 ... (M. Cannon) 2 Betting: 3 to 1 on Orme, who made steady running with a length's lead to the Bushes, when both were pulling double, and the race did not commence in earnest until Orvieto drew up to the girths of Orme in quitting the Abingdon Mile Bottom. For a few strides Barrett had to ask Orme a question to shake off Orvieto, who did not relish the quickening of the pace, and having stumbled slightly he at once put his ears back, and ho was easily beaten at the finish by a couple of lengths. Value of the stakes, L 930. Newmarket Oaks. A sweepstake of 25sovs each, with 200sovs added. The, second received lOOsovs. T.M.M. (one mile seven furlongs and 203 yds). Baron de Hirsch's br f La Fleche, by St. Simon —Quiver, 9.5 (G.Barrett) 1 Mr Douglas Baird's b f Golconda, by Doubloon — Palraflowcr, 8.0 (F.Pratt) 2 Mr Henry Milner's b f Broad Corrie, by Hampton—Corrie Roy, 8.10 ... (M. Cannon) 3 Mr R. B. Brett's Marjolaine, 8.0 (T. Lane) 0 Betting : 1000 to 30 on La Fleche. Golconda cantered in front of Marjolaine and La Fleche until a quarter of a mile from home, when the favourite, who was running "lazy," took the lead and won very easily at the finish by a length ; a neck between second and third, and about the [same third and fourth. Value of stakes, L 552. - Wednesday, October 12. Cesarewitch Stakes, a handicap of 25sovs each, 10 ft, with 500sovs added. The second received 200sovs and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. Cesarewitch course (two miles two furlongs 35 yards). Mr E. Hobson's br h Burnaby, by Hagio-scope-Whirlpool, syrs, 6.11 ... (J.Doyle) 1 Mr C. P. Shrubb's blk c Insurance, by Gilderoy—Granada, 4yrs, 7.9 ... (G. Brown) 2 Colonel North's br f Brandy, by Retreat—Restorative, 3yrs, 6.5 (Bradford) 3 Sir J. Blundell Maple's Pilot, by Pell Mell— Amondell. 3yrs, 7.12 ... (J. Woodburn) 4 Mr W. W. Fulton's Comedy, 4yrs, 9.0 (Saunders) 0 Duke of Beaufort' 6 Ragimunde, 4yrs, Bst 101b (R. Chaloner) 0 Mr C. Perkins' Dare Devil, 4yrs, 8.1 (Fagan) 0 Mr Greenhalgh's Roy Neil, 3yrs, 8.1 (M. Cannon) 0 Mr J. B. Burton's Barmecide, 6yrs, 7.12 (C. Loates) 0 Mr W. Low's Trapezoid, 4yrs, 7.10 (G. Barrett) 0 The Prince of Wales' Versailles, 3yrs, 7.7 (W. Platt) 0 Mr R. Sneyd's Lady Villikins, aged, 7.7 (Finlay) 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's Lottery, 4yrs, 7.6 (T. Mullen) 0 Mr M. D. Peacock's Golden Drop, 3yrs. 7.4 (S. Chandley) 0 Lord Gerard's Metallic 3yrs, 7.4 ... (Peake) 0 Mr R. C. Vyner's Sedgechat, syrs, 7.2 (Cawte) 0 Lord Durham's Circassian, syrs, 7.2 (A. Watts) 0 Mr J. Wallace's {Sanctissirna, 3yrs, 7.7(F. Pratt) 0 Mr J. Charlton's Madame Neruda 11, 4 yrs, 7.1 (Viney) 0 Mr A. Taylor's Stuart, 3yrs. 6.13 ... (Gough) 0 Mr J. M. Hanbury's Ben Wyvis, 3yrs, 6.10 (O. Madden) 0 Mr W. Johnstone's Weymouth, 3yrs, 6.10 (Allsopp) 0 Mr H. T. Barclay's Ben Avon, 3yrs, 6.7 (Birch) 0 Colonel North's Primrose Way, 3yrs, 6.7 (Swash) 0 Mr Deacon's Chater, 3yrs, 6.8 (Wall) 0 Mr G. Haughton's Tho Heir, 3yrs, 6.6 (H. Huxtablo, jun.) 0 Mr A. Kilsyth's Helen Ware, 3yrs 6.4 (P. Chaloner) 0 Mr Harding Cox's Andante, 3yrs, 6.3 )• (J, Manser) 0 Betting : 7to 1 attst 'Burnaby, Bto 1 Trapozoid, 100 t0.12 Brandy, 9 to 1 Roy Neil, 100 to 7 Ragimunde, 20 to 1 Comedy, 22 to 1 Helen Ware, 25 to 1 Circassian, Dare Dtfvil, and Pilot, 28 to 1 Lottery, 33 to 1 Insurance and Stuart, 40 to 1 Wey mouth and Barmjjcide, 50 to 1 Versailles, Golden Drop, Metallic, and Madame Neruda 11, 1000 to 15 Lady Villikins, Sedgechat, Sanctissima, aud ChatoivJOO to 1 Ben Wyvis and Ben Avon, 200 to l'Primroso Way, The Heir, and Andante. Golden Drop cut out \he work from Ben Wyvis, • Brandy, Sedgechat, and Madame Neruda 11. Except that Circassian broke down badly, and in consequence, dropped' astern, the troopkept unusually close order before rounding the Ditch gap, after which Brandy, through the disappearance of Golden Drop, assumed the command from Madame Neruda II. ; At the Red Post, just a mile from home, they were attended by Ben Wyviß, Pilot, Versailles, Burnaby, and Sedgechat. At the T.Y.O, "winning post Brandy was still in possession from Madame Neruda II and Burn&by. In the ne^t 100 yds Madame Neruda II beat a retreat, and Brandy was pursued over the Bushes HiU by Pilot," Burnaby, and Versailles. As they descended the mile Brandy rapidly tired, and before entering the Abingdon mile bottom she had, together with Pilot, resigned to Burnaby. For the remainder of the journey Burnaby was drawing away from Brandy and Pilot, whp looked like just keeping Trapezoid out of a situation uutil opposite the principal ring, when Insurance joined issue under a wet sail. The upshot was that he took second place 100 yds from home, and was then beaten two lengths from Burnaby, with Brandy a length and a*half off third, and in turn half a length m front of Pilot, who received notice from the judge. Time, 4min Bsec. Value of the stakes, L 1315. Thursday, October 13. AfinniiK , Park Plate, of fiOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of 30sovn each ; for two-year-olds; the second received SOOaovs, and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. Bretby Stakes course (six furlong 3). Mr H. M'Calmont's b c Isinglass, by If onomy— Deadlock, 9 3 (G. Chaloner) 1 Mr C. D. Rose's b c Ravensbury, by Isonomy— Penitent. 9.3 T. Weldon) 2 Baron de Rothschild's blk or br c Le Nicham, , by Tristan— La Noche, 9.0 ... (C. Loates) 3 Duke of Portland's b c Raeburn, by St. Simon — Mowerina. 9.0 .> :. (J. Watts) 4 Mr Jersey's Milford, 9.3 (J. Fagan) 0 Lord Londonderry's Inferno, 9 3 ... (Allsopp) 0 Mr Douglas Baird's Silene, 9.0 . . .(M. Cannon) 0 Sir R. Jardine's Queen's Pardon, 9.0 (Liddiard) 0 Lord Gerard's Montanvert, 8.10 (R. Chaloner) 0 Baron de Hirsch's Royal Scot, 8.10 (G. Barrett) 0 Mr James Toicey's Peppercorn, 8.10 (F. Rickaby) 0 Mr Henry Milner's Grand Duke. 8.10 (Platt) 0 Lord Rosebery's c by Bend Or— lllumiuata, 8.10 (Griffiths) 0 Mr William Cooper's Armorel, 5.7 (\V. Bradford) 0 Sir J. Blundell Maple's Dame President, 5.7 ; (J. Woodburn) 0 Betting : 7to 4 ags't Dame President, 10 to Le Nicham and Isinglass, 20 to 1 Ravensbury. Armorel jumped off in front of Lc Nicham, Milford, Ravensbury, aud Dame President. One of the rearmost places was held by Isinglass, who seemed to dwell as the flag went down. When Armorel resigned to Le Nicham at the Bushes, they were pursued by Dame President, Ravensbury, Raeburn, Silene, and Peppercorn. Half way down the hill the favourite was iv difficulties, and Le Nicbaniled into the bottom from Ravensbury, Silene, Raeburn, Milford and Peppercorn, these being all of a heap and

quite clear of Isinglass, who had been disappointed of an opening. To prevent further complications he was pulled round to the left of Le Nicham, and when his head was pointed straight to the chair, he drew up stride by stride, and eventually won by a length and a-half from Ravensbury, who obtained second money by a neck from Le Nicham, with llaeburn a head behind fourth. Time, lmin 21 2-ssec. Value of the stakes, L 2375.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2024, 8 December 1892

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