RACING IN ENGLAND.
EPSOM SUMMER. Wednesday, May 31. Dbeby, of 6000sovs; the winner to receive 5000aovs, the nominator of the winner SOOsovs, owner of second 300sovs, and owner of third 200sovs from the stake. For three-year-olds. Colts 9st, fillies Bst 91b. About one mile and a-half. Mr C. M'Calmont's b c Isinglass, by Isonomy— Dead Lock 1 Mr C. D. Rose's b cßavensbury, by Isonomy— Penitent 2 Duke of Portland's b cßaeburn, by St. Simon— Mowerina ... 3 The time was 2min 43sec. Lord William led into the straight, where Isinglass ran to the front and won easily by a length and a-half; Ravensbury two lengths ahead of the third horse. Birdcatcher Sir Hercules 1833 Guiccioli Sg Oxford 1857 $S Honeydear Plenipotentiary bo 1844 My Dear 0 __________ _____________ "S Flatcatcher Touchstone _. I Whisper 1839Decoy_ § 1851 e-i „„_, lou Melbourne £ Silence 1843 Secret a § The Baron Birdcatcher 11 Stockwell . im Echidna « 18i9 Pocahontas • Glencoe % 1837 Marpessa M x. ,2 Ethelbert Faugh a Ball'gh § 8 1850 Espoir 2 M Isoline 1860 Bassishaw Prime Warden $ 1847 Miss Whinny h3 j Newminster Touchstone % SLord Clif- 1848 Beeswing g S denlß6° The Slave Melbourne M -g 1852 Volley g , ,—.,—. SIS Rataplan The Baron S fe Mineral 1850 Pocahontas w 1863 g Manganese Birdcatcher £ 1853 Moonbeam 9 _„ Orlando Touchstone q § Chevalier 1841 Vulture M d'lndustrie 1 1835 ASie |DD D utchman's F1854 Red Rose Rubini 1836 Sweetbriar Placed Horses and Betting Since 1866. 1867 Mr Chaplin's Hermit 66 to 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 Rothchild'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's The Drummer ... 20 to 1 Mr Savile's Ryshworth GO to 1 Won by a head ; length. 1870 Lord Falmouth's Kingcraft ... 20 to 1 MrW.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 3 to 1 Mr J. N. Astley's Pell Mell ... 50 to 1 Lord Falmouth's Queen's Messenger 6 to 1 Lord Wilton's Wenlock 7 to 1 Won by a head ; three lengths. 1873 Mr Merry's Doncaster 45 to 1 fMr Crawfurd's Gang Forward ... 9to 4 tMr Savile's Kaiser 4 to 1 Lord Aylesford's Chandoa 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 b Won by two lengths; neck; Leolinus, Trent, Aquilo, Rostrevor close up. 1875 Prince Batthyany's Galopin ... 2to 1 Lord Aylesford's Claremont ... 100 to 7 Lord Falmouth's c, by Maocaroni— Repentance ... JOO to 8 Lord Falmouth's Garterly Bell ... 100 to 1 Won by a length; six lengths; Garterly Bell close up. 1876 Mr A. Baltazzi's Kisber 4 to 1 Mr R. Pecks's Forerunner... ... 100 to 15 Mr R. Peck's Julius Cjcsar . 40 to 1 Lord Dupplin's Petrarch 2to 1 Won by five lengths; three lengths; three lengths. 1877 Lord Falmouih's Silvio 100 to 9 1 MrMitchell-Innes'sGlenArthur... 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 Sefton 100 to 12 Count Lagrange's Insulaire ... 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 60 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 2 to 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 Iroquqis 11 to 2 Mr Norman's Peregrine 6 to 6 Lord Roaebery'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 9 to 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 j half a leDgth. 1884tMr J. Hammond's St. Gatien ... 100 to 8 tSirJ.Willoughby's Harvester 100 to 7 Sir J. Willoughby's Queen Adelaide 5 to 2 A dead heat ; two lengths. 1885 Lord Hastings's Melton 15 to 8 Mr Brodrick Cloete's Paradox ... 6to 1 Mr Childwick'slßoyal 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 7 to 2 Mr Manton's £t. Mirin 40 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 1887 Mr Abington's Merry Hampton... 100 to 9 Mr Fern's The Baron 4 to 5 Mr F. Douglas's 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 to 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 M. E. Blanc's Gouverneur 100 to 9 Sir J. Duke's Martenhurst ... 50 to 1 Won by two lengths ; a bad third. 1892 Lord Bradford's Sir Hugo ... 40 to 1 Baron de Hirsch's La Fleche ... 11 to 10 M. Blanc's Bucentaure 100 to 1 Mr Milner's St. Angelo 100 to 6 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a length. Friday, June 2. the oaks stakes, Of 450Qsovs, of which 3800sovs goes to the winner, 400sovs to the nominator of the winner, 200eovs to the owner of the second horse, and lOOsovs to the owner of the third. One mile and a-half. Duke of Portland's b f Mrs Butterwick, by St. Simon— Miss Middlewick, 9.0 1 Lord Rosebery's eh f Tressure, by Bend Or— Bonnie Jean. 9.0 2 IMr J. Jennings s b f Cyprian, by Carlton— Queen of Cyprus, 9.0 3 Placed Horses and Betiing Since 1867. 1868 Mr G. Jones's Formosa 11 to 8 on < Mr M. Dawson's Lady Coventry 12 to 1 Mr Padwick's Athena no price Won by 10 lengths ; bad third. 1869 Sir F. Johnstone's Brfgantine ... 7to 2 Sir J. Hawley's Morna 6to 4 Sir R. W. Bulkeley's Martinique 8 to 1 Won by two lengths ; a bad third. 1870 Mr G. Jones's 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 3 to 1 Mr Cartwright's Louise Victoria 5 to 2 Sir R. 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 Mr W. S. Crawfurd's Wild Myrtle 16 to I Mr R. H. Long's Angela 12 to 1 Mr SomerviUVs Oxford Mixture 33 to 1 Won by three lengths ; half a length. 1874 Mr Launde's Apology 5 to 2 Mr Lefevre's Miss Toto 7 to 4 Mr East's Lady Patricia 5 to 1 j 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 byToxophilite —Musket's dam 33 to 1 Count Lagrange's La Sauteuse ... Bto 1 Won by three lengths ; length ; head. ! 1876tCount Lagrange's Camellia ... 6to 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 Fiennes's Placida ... 2to 1 Lord Hartington's Belphcebe ... 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 o Won by a length ; a bad third. 1879 Lord Falmouth's Wheel of Fortune 3 to lon Mr Cookson's Coromandel II ... 100 to 3 Duke of Westminster's Adventure 40 to 1 Won by three lengths ; four lengths. 1880 Mr Perkins's Jenny Ho wlet ... 33 to 1 Mr Cookson's Bonnie Marden ... 20 to 1 Mr Featherstonhaugh'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 Mari guerite 11 to 4 ! Mr L. de 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 It. Peck's Superba 4 to 1 Sir J. Willoughby's Queen AdeI laide 9 to 2 Won by half a length ; a bad third. 1885 Lord Cadogan's Lanely 85 to 40 Lord Zetland's St. Helena ... 9 to 2 Lord Rosebery's Cipollina ... 100 to 3 Won by a length and a half ; a bad third. 1886 Dufce of Hamilton's Miss Jummy 11 to 10 Prince Soltykoff's Argo Navis „ ... 25 to, 1 Mr Benholm's Braw Lass 4 to 1 Won by half a length ; a length. 1887 Duke of Beaufort's Reve dOr ... Bto 11 : Mr T. Valentine's St. Helena ... 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's Belle Mahone ... 100 to 8 Won by two lengths ; one length. 1889. Lord R. Churchill's L'Abbesse de Jouarre 20 to 1 Mr Vyner's Minthe 9 to 4 Mr H. Milner's Seclusion ... ... 10 to 1 Won by a neck ; four lengths. 1890 Duke of Portland's Memoir ... 100 to 30 Chev. Ginistrelli's Signorina ... Evens Mr J. H. Houldsworth's Ponza ... 100 to 8 Won by three-quarters of a length ; two lengths. 1891 Mr Noel Fenwick'sMimi ... ... 4to 7 L-jrd Rosebery's Corstorphine ... 7to 2 Sirß. Jardine's Lady Primrose ... 50 to 1 Won by four lengths ; half a length. 1892 Baron de Hirsch's La Fleche ... Bto 11 Mr A. James's The Smew 100 to 6 Col. North's Lady Hermit ... 100 to 8 Won by a short head ; a, bad. third.
SANDOWN PARK. Friday, April 14. Esher Stakes (handicap), of lOOOsovs, by sub. scription of 20sovs; second received lOOsovs and the third 50sovs out of the race. One mile. Count LehndorfFs eh c Geheimrath, by Flageolet—Gelieininiss, by Chamant, 4yrs, 7.4 (T.Loates) 1 Mr C. J. Merry's b h Tableau Vivant, syrs, 7.2 I (Cartledge) 2 Mr W. Low's br f Profit, 3yrs, 6.9 (P. Chaloner) 3 Mr Deacon's eh c Chater, 4yrs, 7.3 (Bradford) 4 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's Springtime, syrs, 7.11 (F.Pratt) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Sabra, syrs, 7.10 (Mullen) 0 Mr A. Taylor's Hiatus, syrs, 7.2 ... (Gough) 0 Colonel Heyward's Kentigem, 6yrs, 6.13 (Wall) 0 Sir J. Blundell Maple's Hatfield, 4yrs, 6.13 (Allsopp) 0 Colonel North's Cardsharper, 4yrs, 6.9 (H. Huxtable) 0 Mr J. Thompson's Egyptian, 3yrs, 6.5 (H. Toon) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 agst Geheimrath, 8 to 1 Profit, 9 to 1 Tableau Vivant. At the distance Chater and Profit were in trouble, and after a slashing race home Geheimrath had a bare advantage over Tableau Vivant on the last 100 yds and won by a head. Time, lmin 47sec. Walton Two-year-old Race, of lOOOsovs. Five furlongs. Lord Rosslyn's b c Lindrick, by Peter—Eva, by Uncas, 9.0 (G.Barrett) 1 Mr R. W. Sherwood's b c Flowering Fern, by Royal Fern—Follow Me Lads, 9.0 (Utting) 2 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b c Page Boy, by Royal j Hampton—Bonnie Maid, 9.0 ... (J. Watts) 3 Mr C. J. Fawcett's Belfast, 9.0 (G. Chaloner) 0 Captain Michael Hughes's Rohilla, 9.0 (T. Loates) 0 Mr H. G. Miller's Sturminster, 9.0 (Allsopp) 0 Mr T. Stevens's Crawley, 9.0 (Calder) 0 Mr T. Cannon's Melanie, 8.11 ... (G. Brown) 0 Mr T. Jennings's, jun., Ben Shie, 8.11 (Bradford) ' 0 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's Veruma, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 0 General Owen Williams's Princess Balsam, 8.11 (Tomlinson) 0 Colonel North's Bay Harden, 9.0 (R. Chaloner) 0 Betting; 100 to 60 agst Veruma, 10 to 1 Flowering Fern, 10 to 1 Lindrick, 100 to 8 Page Boy. The favourite was beaten more than a quarter of a mile from home, and Lindrick went on from Flowering Fern to the distance, where third place was taken by Page Boy. This ended the changes in the front rank, and Lindrick won by two lengths. NEWMARKET CRAVEN. Tuesday, April 18. Thirty-fifth Newmarket Biennial Stakes, of j 25sovs each for starters, with SOOsovs added, for three-year-olds; second received 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent, of stakes. R.M. (one mile 11yds). Mr J. Charlton's eh c Watch Tower, by Muncaster—Mizpah, by Macgregor, 9,5 (T. Loates) 1 Mr Rose's b c Ravensbury, 9.5 ... (J. Watts) 2 Lord Rosebery's eh f Tressure, 8.5 (A. White) 3 Mr D. Cooper's Barbarian, 8.9 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr Noel Fenwick's Dartaway, 8.5 (G. Barrett) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Masque, 8.11 ... (F.Webb) 0 Duke of Westminster's Bunbury, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Glengall, 8.9 ... (Mullen) 0 Betting: 6to 4- on Ravensbury, 10 to 1 agst Tressure, 100 to 8 Watch Tower. Ravensbury waited in front of Tressure and Barbarian until half way /up the hill, when Watch Tower came with a wet sail on the right, and snatched the verdict out of tbe fire by half a length. Time, lmin 50sec. Value of the stakes, £570. Wednesday, April 19. Babraham Plate (handicap), of 500sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each; second received 50sovs. R.M. (one mile 11yds). Mr R. H. Combe's b c President, by Peter— -Maid of Perth, 4yra, 6.6. ... (Fawdon) 1 Mr J. Lowther*B eh h Heremon, 6yrs, 7.0 (Allsopp) 2 Mr T. Jennings's eh c Acrobat, 4yrs, 8.11 (Bradford) 3 Mr D. Cooper's eh c Juvenal, 4yrs, 7.13 (G. Chaloner) 4 Mr L. de Rothschild's Lottery, syrs, 7.5 (T. Loates) 0 Mr Wallace Johnstone's San Giovanni, 3yrs, 6.4 (Gough) 0 Betting: 100 to 30 agst San Giovanni, 7to 2 President, 7 to 1 Acrobat, 100 to 12 Heremon. President won by!three lengths; two lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 48§sec. Value of the stake, £738. Thursday, Apeil 20. Thirty-fourth Newmarket Biennial Stakes, of 25sovs each for starters, with 500sovs added ; second received 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent, of the stake. For four-year-olds. Last mile and a-half of T.M.SI. (one mile seven furlongs 203 yds). v Lord Bradford's eh c Sir Hugo, by Wisdom— Manoeuvre, 9.5 (Allsopp) 1 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b c Bushey Park, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Lord Durham's br c Barrow, 9.0 (A. Watts) 3 Prince Soltykoff's blk or br c Curio, 9.5 (F.Webb) 0 Betting: 11 to 8 on Sir Hugo, 3to 1 agst Bushey Park, 33 to 1 Barrow. Sir Hugo cat out the work until approaching the ditch gap, when Barrow assumed the command. In running wide he lost the lead, which was recovered a quarter of a mile further on; but he compounded below the rails, whence Sir Hugo came on and won in a canter by three lengths. Value of the stakes, £485. Craven Stakes, of 500sovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each, h ft, for three-year-olds-An. M. (one mile 22yds). Mr D. Baird's br c Harbinger, by Galopin— Primavera, 9.1 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr J. Lowther's b c Oharles the Third (Fagan) 2 Lord Londonderry's eh c Inferno, 9.6 (J. Watts) 3 Lord Calthorpe's Prank, 9.6 ... (G. Chaloner) 0 Lord Penrhyn's Quantum 8.11 ... (F. Webb) 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's Basilisco, 8.5 (T. Loates) 0 Betting: 4to 1 agst Harbinger. Won easily by three parts of a length; a bad third. Value of the stakes, £490.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2050, 8 June 1893
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