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RACING IN NEW ZEALAND.

HAWKE'S BAY STEEPLECHASE MEETING. Friday, Juke 23. The weather was fine and genial. There were no accidents, and the racing was good, though there were no exciting finishes. The I amount put through the machine was £4862, being £3*29 less than last year. Results :— HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of lOOsovs ; second horse 20sovs from the stakes. About two miles. 180-Mr Wm. Douglas's b g Kapua, by Mute— Uira, 10.0 (Hope) I 73— Mr Humphries's eh g Auroa, 9.0 (G. Lang) 2 09— Mr Hawkins's br g V nity, 9.0 (M'Taggart) 6 228 Criminal 9 10 and 134 Freelance 9.5 also ran. Criminal and Freelance made the running, Kapua lying third. Kapua and Auroa gradually passed the leaders, and coming on full of running fought out the finish in the straight, Auroa being beaten by half a-length. Time, 4min 50sec. Dividend, £3 7s. LADIES' BRACELET, Of 80sovs. Two miles on the flit. 335 -Miss Ormond's br g St. Anthony, by St. Leger— Fanny Fisher, 12.12 (Mr J. Orniond) 1 199-Mrs Mason's chmVictrix, 12 3 (Mr H. Jackson) 2 36— Mrs Donnelly's br g Turamoa, 11.12 (Mr O. Chevannes) 3 46 Pomona 11.12, 108 Joker 11.12, 24 Moi 12 2, 14 Alecto 12.3, 153 Dainty, 12.3, 9 Fraud 12.3 atso van. Entering the straight Moi was in the lead, with St. Anthony going well. The latter soon went .to the front, and stalling off every challenge won easily by a couple of leDgbhs from Victrix, with Turamoa a good third. Time, 4-min 44sec. Dividend, £2 3s. hawke's bay steeplechase handicap, Of 300sovs ; second horse 50sovs and third 20sovs from the stake. About three miles and a-half. , „. „ 252-Mr T. H. Lowry s eh g Gondolier, syrs, by Foul Play— Brunette, 10.7 (Alexander) 1 65-Mr G. Rutherford's eh g Norton, 12.8 (Clarke) 2 44 -Mr EUingham's b g Tiritea, 11.7 (Scott) 3 47Courauto 12.0, 58 Waterbury 10.8, 4S Aorere 10 7 201 Otakeho 10.0, 103 Chester 9.12, 55 The Master 9.10, 95 Scaltheen 9.10, 99 Disturbance 9.9, 62 Auckland 9.6, 119 Worth 9.7, 45 Shearer 9.7 also ran. Norton and The Master led alternately to the back of the course, when Disturbance rushed to the front and Otakeho went into second place, with Chester third. This order was maintained over the water jump the second time round, when Norton again went to the front;, Gondolier, lying handy fourth. At the Sod wall Chester came down, Auckland baulked, and Tiritea began to make up ground fast. The jumps were taken together by the three leaders, bub at the double in front of the stand Disturbance gave place to Shearer, and Gondolier took a decided lead. Tidtea shortly afterwards went into third place, and from this out the race was confined to the three front horses. The double was safely negotiated by Gondolier slightly in front of Norton, Tiritea lying aboub 10 lengths away. Afc the last jump Norton and Gondolier rose together, and loud cries wenb up that the top-weight would win ; but Gondolier came on full of running, and won by three lengths, Tiritea five lengths away third; the rest not finishing. Time, Bmin 53sec. Dividend, £4 6s. Winners of the Hawke's Bay Steeplechase.

AMATEUR STEEPLECHASE, Of GOaovs ; second horse lOaovs from the stakes. Weight-for-age. Gentlemen riders. About two miles. . „ , i 242— Mr R. H. Mason's eh m Victnx, syrs, by | Gladiator— Swindle, 12.0 (Mr Jackson) 1 33— Mr Howard's b g Cleveland, 12.0 ' (Mr M Taggart) 2 47— Mr L. Shaw's b g Athlete, U. 6 (Mr Shaw) 3 12 Mawhiti 12.10 and Speedy 12.3 also ran. Vicbrix wenb off with the lead and was never headed, and won by 30 lengths. Time, smin 18gsec. Dividend, £1 12s. WELTER HANDICAP, Ofsosovs. Minimum weight 10.0. One mile and a-quarter on the flat. 132— Mr N. Nathan's eh g Stockfish, 6yrs, by Piscatorius— Lacteal, 10.0 (M'Morran) 1 58— Dr Reed's b m Dreamland, 11.7 (G. Hickey) 2 42— Mr F. Jones's eh g Dingo, syrs, 10.8 (Knight) 3 26 Flaneur 11.3, 34 Cold Steel 10.7, 259 Scot Free 12.3, 4 May Flower 10.0, 46 Mystic 10.5, 183 Jack 12.0, 9 Salisbury 10.8, 14 Water Lily 11.4 also ran. Mystic led until fairly in the back stretch, when Dingo wenb to the front and raced to the entrance to the straight. Here Stockfish came through, and Dreamland also made her effort, while DiDgo was third, and the resb tailing off. Halfway up the straight, Stockfish had a couple of lengths' lead of Dreamland, and came on and won easily from the mare, Dingo being third, Scot Free fourth. Time,2mins3s£C Dividend, £5 17s. MAIDEN STEEPLECHASE, Of SOsovs : second horse lOsovb from the stake. About two miles 325— Mr A. EUingham's b g Tiritea, syrs, by Hippocampus— Wairuareka, 12 0 (Ellingham) 1 50— Mr M'Lennan's eh g Shearer, 12.3 (Chambers) 2 74-Mr Griffiths's b g Caloola, 12.3 -(Goodwin) 3 156 Warrisal 12.3, 28 Minnie 12.3, 182, Allegretto 12 3 also ran. Tiritea lay second to Shearer, and then went to the front. Caloola was coming up fast, when at the sod wall he almost lost his rider, and before Goodwin recovered himself he was several lengths behind. At the double the Shearer was first over, and Tiritea ran round, but Ellingham soon whipped him round and had him over even before Caloola came up. At the gorse The Shearer was over slightly in front of Tiritea, bub aiter this a slashing race ensued between the pair, Tiritea coming away under the whip and winning frora The Shearer by three leDgths, with Caloola a fair third. Time, smin 25sec. Dividend, £2 3s. RACING INJENGLAND. KEMPTON PARK. Friday, May 12. Royal Two - yeah - old Plate, of SOOOsovs; 2400sovs to the winner, 30050v3 to the nominator, lOOsovs each to the nominator and owner of the second, and SOsoys each to the nominator and owner of the third. Five furlongs. Duke of Portland's b or br f Schoolbook, by Wisdom— Satchel, 8.6 (Bradford) Duke of Portland's b f Amiable, 8.6 <<J. Barrett) 2

Mr T. Cannon's b f Melancholy, 8.3 ! (M. Cannon) 3 Mr D. Baird's br c Galloping Dick, 8.10 (J. Watts) 0 Mr C. D. Roso's b c Basildon.S 6 .. (T. Loates) 0 Mr J. B. Leigh's b or br f Corea, 8 6 (G. Chaloner) 0 T.ord Hastings's b c Sir Jacob, 8.6. .. (Finlay) 0 Mr J. Bibby's eh f Petrina, 8.6 ... (Platt) 0 Mr W. Gardner's eh c Coldwell, 8.4 (R. Chaloner) 0 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b or eh f Dancing Bella, 8.3 (Woodburn) 0 Colonel Hey ward's eh f Marnovia, 8.1 (Mullen) 0 BettiDg: Evens on Galloping Dick, 5 to 2 agst Melancholy, 20 to 1 Amiable, 33 to 1 Schoolbook. Below the distance Dancing Bells and Galloping Dick huug oub signals of distress, and Schoolbook then assumed tho command from Amiable and Melancholy. In this order tbe race ended, Schoolbook winniDg cleverly by three-parts of a length from her stable companion. Saturday, May 13. Seventh Year of the Kempton Park Great Jubilee Stakes, a handicap of 3000sovs, by subscription of 50sovs each for starters ; the second received 200sovs and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. Jubilee course (one mile). Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b h Orvieto, by Bend Or-Napoli.syrs.9 5 (M.Gannon) 1 Mr John Charlton's eh c May Duke, 4yrs, HA (C. Loates) 2 Colonel North's b or br h Simonian, syrs, 7.13 (R. Cbaloner) 3 Baron M. de Tuyll's b c Leominster, 3yrs, 6.8 (S. Ohandlej.) 4 Mr A. Kilsyth's eh c Euclid, 4yrs, 8.8 (F. Rickaby) 0 Mr Henry Milner's eh f Adoration, 4yrs, 7 9 (G Barrett) 0 Lord Bradford's b g Cuttlestone, syr 3, 7 5 (F. Allsopp) 0 Sir J. Elundell Maple's b c Gangway, 3yrs, 7.3 (T. Loates) 0 Lord Dunraven's b c Haymaker, 4yis. 6.12 (W. Bradford) 0 Duke of Beaufort's b c Son of a Gun, 3yrs, 6 9 (Gough) 0 Captain MacheU'a b f Kilkenny, 4yrs, C 7 (Knowles) 0 Betting : 7to 2 agst Gangway, 75 to 20 May Duke, 10 to 1 Oryieto, 10 to 1 Simonian. As soon as the leaders had turned fairly into the straight Orvieto went for an opening between Gangway and Leominbter, and having forced a passage he became a close attendant upon Simonian. At the distance he had assumed the command, and with May Duke j then heading Son of a Gun, Gangway, and ' Leominster in quick succession, ha likewise collared Simonian opposite the public stand. From this point he also reduced the lead of Orvieto, who nevertheless had a bit to finish with, and ridden out ia the last few strides he won very cleverly by half a length ; two lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 40 3- sstc. Value of the stakes, £2650. NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING. Tuesday, May 16, Breeders' Plate, of 500sovs (400sovs to owner and lOOsovs to nominator of winner), added to a sweepstake of lOsovs each (to go to second). For two-year-olds. Rous course (five furlongs). Sir J. Blundell Maple's b f Simon's Bay, by St. Simon— Mazurka, 9.0 ... (J. Woodburn) 1 Lord Zetland's b or br f Lucy Cross, 8. 11 (J. Watts) 2 Lord Londonderry's b f Missing Link, 8.9 (T. Loates) 3 Mr E. C. Clayton's Skirpenbeck, 8 9 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr M. Dawson's Fulton, 8.12 ... (A. White) 0 Mr T. Jennings's (jun.) Arouya, 8.6 (W.Bradford) 0 Lord Penrhyn's Isola, 8.6 (Calder) 0 Mr J. W. Larnac's Ayr, by Ayrshire— Lucy Glitters, 8.12 (Rickaby) 0 Mr T. Phillips's Prince Milan, 8.12 (M. Cannon) 0 M. R. Lebandy's Dargle, 8.9 (R. Chaloner) 0 M. R. Lebandy's Parliament, 8.10 (Barker) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 aget Prince Milan, 7to 2 Simon's Bay, 6 to 1 Lucy Cross, 100 to 8 Missing Link. Simon's Bay drew out in the last hundred yards and won by half a length. Wednesday, May 7. Newmarket Stakes, of 4500sovs ; a sweepstakes of SOsovs each ; for three-year-olds ; the second received tlOt 10 per cent, and the third 5 per cent of the whole stake. A.F. (one mile and two furlongs. Mr M'Calmont's b c IsiDglass, by Isonomy— Deadlock, 9.0 (f. Loates) 1 Lord Ellesmere's b c Phocion, 9.0 (J. Watts) 2 Mr Rose's b c Ravensbury, 9.0 ... (Barker) 3 Lord Penrhyn's br c Montanvert, 8.11 (F.Webb) 0 Mr T. Jennings's (jun.) eh c Montezuma, 9 0 (W.Bradford) 0 Mr J. Lowther's eh c Low Moor, 9.0 (Rickaby) 0 Mr D. Cooper's br c Barbarian, 9.0 (G. Chalmer) 0 Betting : 4- to 1 on Isinglass, 5 to 1 agst Ravensbury, 100 to 1 Phocion. Isinglass took the lead upon the completion of half the journey. The pace, which had been moderate, now improved. In descending bhe hill Phocion passed Montezuma, and in leaving the Abingdon Mile bottom challenged Ravensbury for second place, bub neither could reach Isinglass, who wenb away sbride by stride in the last hundred yards, and won by three lengths. Time, 2min 21§sec. Value of the stake, £3795. Thursday, May 18. Payne Stakes, of 15sovs each, with 500sovs added ; the second received 100sov3 ; for three-year-olds. R.M. (one mile and 11yds). Mr T. Jennings's (jun.) eh c Montezuma, by George Frederick— Monte Rosa. 9.1 (W.Bradford) 1 Mr J. Joicey's br c Peppercorn, 812 (Rickaby; 2 General Owen Williams'a b c Perigord, 9.5 (G. Chaloner) 3 Mr Wallace Johnstone's Best Man, 9.1 (P. Webb) 0 Colonel North's Quickly Wis?, 9.1 (R. Chaloner) 0 Betting : sto 4- agst Peppercorn, Bto 1 Perigord, 100 to 8 Montezuma. Won by two lengths ; a length and a half between second and third. Time, lmin 49lsec. Value of the stakes, £770. WEIGHTS, ACCEPTANCES, &c. V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL ACCEPTANCES. First Day— Saturday, July 8. Grand National Hurdle Race, of lOOOsovs ; second horse 200sovs, third lOOsovs. About three miles.— Redleap 33.1, Merrigal 12.3. Satyr 11.7, Fire King 11.4, Busaco 11.4, Knight of the Garter 11.3, Proconsul 11.3, Tim Swiveller 11 0, Freedom 10.12, Stamboul 10.12, Goldreef lOilO, Captain Webb 10.10, Rushlight 10.9, The Victim 10.7, The Pioneer 10.2, Titanic 10 0, Omaha 9 12 Manon 9.12, Wellington 9.10, Leonardo 9.8, Pnlonius 9.7, Cuttlefish 9.5, Kapo 9.3, Pot-8-os 9.0. Second Day— Saturday, July 15. Grand National Steeplechase, of lOOOsovs; second horse 200sovs, third lOOsovs. About threp miles — Redleap 11.7, Bupoco 12.10, Sir Wilfred 12.8, Albert 12 3, Tyro 12.1, Shylock 11 13 Troian 11.9, Frantic 11.9, Kremlin 11.4, Wellington 11.3, Mikado II 11.3, Coral 10.1?, Ouida 10.13, Quilp 10.10, Acrobat 10.9, Macduff 10 8 Tayforth 10.1, Schoolboy 9.12. Carlisle 9.10, Expectation 9.10, Waterloo 9.10, Ernie 9.10, Kalydor 9.9. Lonnen 9.8, Dondi 9.7, Raven 9,7, ] Brodie 9.7, Royal Oak 9.7.

st lb sb lb Cremorne 9 13 Hurrah 7 10 Admiral 9 12 Driffield 7 9 Forfcunatus ... 9 5 All There 7 9 Bungebah 9 5 Warpaint 7 9 ateruehassr ... 9 5 Aire 7 9 Realm 9 3 Alexander ... 7 9 Paris 9 1 Pippin 7 9 Ascotvale 8 1? Gingham 7 8 Correze 8 12 Giillardia ... 7 8 LordHopetoun... 8 12 Captain Webb ... 7 8 Wild Rose ... 8 12 Bessie Macarthy 7 8 Swordbearer ... 812 John S 7 8 Culloden 8 11 Despised 7 7 Hopetoun 8 10 Pauline 7 7 Tarcoola 8 10 Bel Giorno ...7 7 Vakeel 8 10 Newton 7 7 Malolo 8 9 Panoply 7 6 Jonathan 8 8 Lady Trenton ... 7 5 Graduate 8 8 Tim Swiveller ... 7 5 Oxide 8 8 Scrip 7 5 Brockleigh ... 8 8 Lord Granville ... 7 5 Linburn , 8 8 Repudiation ... 7 5 Idolater *.. ... 8 7 Elswick 7 5 Greygown 8 6 Birinji 7 4 Azim 8 6 Jack Robinson ... 7 4 St. Albans II ... 8 6 Corinth 7 4 Little Bernie ... 8 6 Happy Jack ... 7 3 Donation 8 5 "Wolf 7 3 Tridendate ... 8 5 Little Maid ... 7 3 Moss Rose ... 8 5 Delaware 7 2 Splendide 8 5 Killaloe 7 2 Port Admiral ... 8 4 Playmate 7 2 Penance 8 4 Ilium 7 0 Marco 8 4 Golden King ... 7 0 Sunshine 8 3 Mahee 7 0 Beverley 8 3 Halifax 6 12 Ronda 8 2 Grenadier 6 12 Newman 8 2 Carrington ... 612 Utalus 8 2 Fairfield 6 12 Donizetti 8 1 The Possible ... 612 IK ; ... 8 1 Pounamu 612 Sundial 8 0 Moscow 6 11 Ducrow 8 0 Pilatus 6 11 Rebel 713 Somniloquist ... 611 Enuc 7 13 Lemnos 6 10 Titan 7 13 Duflot 6 10 Fulham 7 13 Miraculeux ... 6 9 Ulric 713 Currandooley ... 6 9 Steadfast 7 13 Harefield 6 8 Sainfoin 7 13 Freedom 6 8 Jeweller 7 12 Cressy 6 8 Buccleugh ... 7 12 Blazes 6 8 J5 7 11 Strahan 6 7 Redleap 7 11 Vendetta 6 7 Cooya 711 Macdickens ... 6 7 Retreat 710 Gala 6 7 Hartington ... 710 Pensive 6 7 Tranby 7 10

The Caulfield Cup.

st lb st lb Strathmore ... 9 10 Selkirk 7 5 The Admiral ... 9 9 Retreat 7 4 Cremorne 9 7 Patron 7 4 Zalinski 9 6 8.-; l Giomo ... 7 4 Camoola 9 5 All There 7 4 Malvolio 9 4 JohnS 7 3 Megaphone ... 9 3 Gaillardia.s. ... 7 3 Portsea 9 2 Sailor .Prince ... 7 3 Paris 9 2 Loyalty 7 3 Glenloth 9 1 Birinji 7 3 Realm 9 0 Pharamond ... 7 2 Sternchaser ... 9 0 Delaware 7 2 Fortunatua ... 8 12 Fernando 7 2 Ascot Vale ... 8 12 Corinth 7 2 Sir William ... 811 Pippin 7 2 Oulloden 8 11 Panoply 7 1 Vakeel 8 11 Tim Swiveller ... 7 1 Correze 8 9 Pauline ... ... 7 1 St. Albansll ... 8 8 Bischoff 7 1 Jonathan 8 8 Golden King ... 7 1 Oxide 8 7 Salient 7 0 Swordbearer ... 8 7 Scrip 7 0 Brockleigk ... 8 7 The Possible ... 7 0 Launceston ... 8 7 Pounarnu 7 0 Hopetoun 8 6 Tallus 7 0 Donation 8 6 Solanum 6 13 Ronda 8 6 Emm Pasha ... 613 Greygown ... 8 5 La Gloria 6 12 Lord Hopetoun... 8 5 Havoc 6 12 Penance 8 5 Pilatua 612 Tarcoola 8 4 Pulvil 6 12 Malolo 8 4 Day Dream ... 6 12 Idolater 8 4 Dons.ter 6 12 Sunshine 8 3 Town 6 12 Little Bcrnie ... 8 2 Carrington ... 611 Port Admiral ... 8 2 Mahee 611 Etra- weenie ... S 2 Harefield 611 G'Naroo 8 1 Wolf 610 Newman 8 1 Strahan 6 10 Fulham 8 1 Gargon 6 10 Sainfoin 8 0 Trenchant ... 6 10 Prime Minister... 7 13 Grenadier 6 10 E. X 7 12 Jack Robinson ... 6 10 Graduate 7 11 Lemnos 6 10 Donizetti 7 11 Climax 6 10 Splendide 7 11 Aquarius 6 9 Tridendato ... 7 10 Ilium 6 9 Enuc 7 9 Fairfioid 6 9 Rebel 7 9 Polly Mohr ... 6 8 North Australian 7 9 Excel 6 8 Elswick 7 9 Matai 6 8 Captain 7 8 Colossus 6 8 Steadfast 7 8 Currandooley ... 6 8 Hartington ... 7 8 Blazes 6 8 Jo 7 8 Miraculeux ... 6 7 LigUt Artillery ... 7 7 Royal Muster ... 6 7 Carnage 7 7 Vendetta 6 7 Redleap 7 7 Duflot 6 7 Aire 7 7 Dickens 6 7 Jeweller 7 7 Gala 6 7 Projectile 7 6 Pensive 6 7 Tranby 7 6 Nola 6 7 Lord Granville ... 7 5 yEolus 6 7 Gingham 7 5 Sylvan Prince ... 6 7

The Melbourne Cup.

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RACING IN NEW ZEALAND., Otago Witness, Issue 1851, 29 June 1893

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