RACING IN ENGLAND.
ASCOT. Tuesday, June 13. Coventry Stakes, of lOsovs each, with lOOOsova added. Tthe second received 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent, on the whole stakes. For two-year-olds. T.Y.O. Lord Rosebery's b c by Hampton-'lUuminata, .9.0 (A. White) 1 Duke of Westminster's b c BullingdoD, by Mcl- | ton— Shotover. 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Prince SoltykofFs b f Vulpecula, by MeltonRadiancy, 8.11 (F. Webb) 3 Sir W. Throckmorton's eh o Arcano, by Mask —Annette, 9.0 (Galder) 4 Colonel Clifcherow's The Rays, 9.0 (Rickaby) 0 Lord Zetland's Gallingale, 8.11 (J. Watts) 0 Mr T. Jennines's Marguerite 11, 8.11 (Barker) «0 General Yon Kodolitsch's Van Dyck, 9.0 (G.Barrett) 0 Lord Bradford's f by Chippendale— lvetsey, B.ll' ... ... ... (Allopp) 0 Mr M'Calmont's Tights, 8.11 ... (T.Loates) 0 'Betting: 6 to 4 agst Illuminata colt, 100 to 7 Bullingdon, 20 to 1 Vulpecula. v Before reaching the distance Marguerite II and Van Dyck were disposed of, and Bullingdon and Vulpecula took second and third places to the favourite, who shook them 'off and won rather easily by a length and a- half, Time, lmin 12 4-ssec. Value of the stakes, £1673. Ascot Stakes (handicap), of 20sov_s each, with, lOOOsovs added ; the second received 200sovs, and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes.' , About two miles. Sir 'R. Jardine's br h-, Enniskillen, by PriamRosary, syrs, 8 7 (T.Loates) 1 Mr A. Taylor's ro m Madame D'Albany, 6yrs, ' 8.8 - ... (G. Barrett) 2 Mr T. Holmes's eh c Lauriscope, 4yrs, 8.9 (S. Chandley) 3 Mr J.B. Burton's eh h Barmecide, aged, 8.8 (Rickaby) 4 Sir J. Thuraby's Paddy, 4yra, 9.0 (F.Webb) 0 Lord Penrhyn's Thessahan, 4yrs, 8.8 (Cannon) 0 Colonel North's Brandy,4yrs, 7.12 (Mullen) 0 Mr G. A. Ralli's White Feather, 6yr5, 7.11 ,' (White) 0. Mr J. Hanbury's Ben Wyvis, 4yrs, 7.4 (O. Madden) 9. Mr Banke's Shulah, 3yrs, 6.13 (P. Chaloner) 0, Mr J. Wallace's Sanctissima, 4yrs, 7.9 (F. Pratt) 0 Mr J. Cannon's Red Eyes, 4yrs, 6.11 (Utting) . 0 Lord Bradford's Moss Trooper, syrs, 6 10 (Allsopp) 0 Lord Durham's Bithynian, 4yrs, 6.10 (Toon) 0 Lord Dunraven's Lord Cecil, 3yrsr 6.6 (W.Bradford) 0, Betting : 6to 1 Enniskillen, 10 Co 1 Madame d' Albany, 100 to 8 Lauriscope. .A quarter of a mile from home Lauriscope and Enniskillen collared Ben Wjvis, and with, the second named instantly going ahead, he. won by three lengths 'from Madame d'Albany, who took second place opposite the stand,- and; defeated Lauriscope by four lengths. Time, ' 3min 39 $ssec. Value ;of stakes, £1190. Prince of Wales's Stakes, of 50sovs eacß, with lflOOsovs added ; the 'second received 300aovs, third 200s'ovs. For three-year-olds. One mile and five furlongs.' Sir R. Jardine's br c Red Ensign, by Paradox ' —Red Rag, 8.3 (T.Loates) 1' Lord Rosebeiys eh f Tressure, by Bend Or— Bonny Jean, 7.12 (A. White) 2\ Sir J. Blundell Maple's br c Childwick, by . Simon— Plaisanterie, 8.3 (Rickaby) 3' Mr Douglas Baird's Harbinger, 9.11 (Cannon) 0 . Duke of Beaufort's Son of a Gun, 8.13 (J. Watts) 0 Baron de Hirsch's Gamboge, 8.3 (Barrett) 0 Betting: 6. to 4 agst- Tressure, 7 to 2 Red, Ensign, 4 to 1 Childwick. At the turn for home Gamboge bolted, and at the foot of the hill Bed Ensign assumed' the command ;from Harbinger and Son of a Gun, with Childwick and Treasure, on -their : heels. The challenge of the last-named inside the distance was by no means well sustained, . as driven sharply from this point Red Ensign' held his own and won by a length, Childwick' losing seoond money by a length. ; - - Wednesday, June lll.4 1 . Ascot Derby Stakes, of BOsovs each, with SOOsovs added ; the second received lOOsovs, and the third 50sovs. Swinley course "(one mile and a-half). Lord Ellesmere's b c Phocion, by Hampton— - Photinia, 8.10 , ... •(J Watts) 1 Mr J. Chariton's eh c Watch Tower, by Mun- ■ caster-Mizpah,B.lo ... ...(M. Cannon) 2 Mr T. Jennings's, jun., eh c Worth, by Sterling' -Sicela,B.3 (W.Bradford) 3 Sir R'.' Jardine's Canning, 8.3... (T.Loates) 0 Betting: 6 to 4 on Phocion, 5 to 1 agst Watch Tower, 100 to 30 Canning. Won cleverly by three parts of, a leDgth ; a bad third. x • Royal' Hunt Cup, value 500sovs, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 20sovs each; the second received lßOsovs. New mile (seven furlongs and lG6yds). Baron de Rothschild's blk h Amandier, by Lavaret-Aveline, syrs, 7.3 - (T. Loates) 1 Mr C. J. F. Fawcett's eh c Pitcher. 3yrs, 6.7 ■ (S. Chandley) 2 Mr D. Cooper's eh c Juvenal, 4yrs, 7.2 (Woodburn) 3 • Colonel North's Lady Hermit, 4yrs, 7.7 (T. Mullen) 4 Baron de Hirsch's Watercress, 4yrs, 8.13 (G. Barrett) 0 Mr R. Greenhalgh's Roy Neil, 4yrs, 8.2 . - - (Calder) 0 Sir J. B. Maple's Gangway, 3yrs, 7.3 (Wall) 0 General Owen William's Perigord.3yrs, 7.2 i (W. Bradford) 0 MrJ. Durward's Drogo, 4yrs, 7.1 (A. Watts) 0 Sir James Miller's Jodel, 6yrs, 6.10 (P. Chaloner) 0 j Mr H. T. Barclay's Simon Frazer, 3yrs, 6 9 . (Gough) 0 i Colonel North's Concrete, 3yrs, 6 9 (Huxtable) 0 Lord Bradford's Cuttlestone, syr 3, 6.11 (AUsqpp) 0 Mr W. Low's Profit, 3yrs, 6 8 (W. Taylor) 0 Mr A. W. Cox's First Flight, 4yrs, 6.7 (Fawdon) 0 Mr H. Ransford's Shootaway, 3yrs, 6.6 (E. Hunt) 0
Duke of Devonshire's Oatlands, 3yrs, 6.6 (6. Madden) 0 Duke of Beaufort's Rigmarole, 4yrs, 6.1 (Payne) 0 Betting : sto 1 agst Watercress, 7to 1 Amandier, 100 to 7 Pitcher. A quarter of a mile from home Watercress compounded, and a little further on Amandier obtained the command from Pitcher and Juvenal. For the remainder of the distance the issue was never in doubt, as, served by the weight, Amandier continued to add to his lead, and won by three lengths from Pitcher ; the same between second and third. Value of the stakes, £1040. Fern Hill Stakes, of 20aovs each, with 300sovs added; the second received GOsovs. Five furlongs. Mr D. Cooper's b or br f Glare, by Ayrshire— Footlight, 2yrs, 6.13 (Allsopp) 1 Mr Jersey's eh c Milford, by Saraband— Colleen Bawn 11, 3yrs, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr R. Marsh's b c Tanderagee, by Morgan— Balornock,3yrs. 9.0 (G.BarMt) 3 Mr R. H. Coombe's Bill of Portland, 3yrs, 9.0 (Rickaby) 0 Mr W. Johnstone's Best Man, 3yrs, 9.0 (F.Webb) 0 Mr M'Calmont's Portrush, 2yrs, 7.4 • (T.Loates) 0 Lord Rosslyn's Sybil Roy, 2yrs, 6.13 (W.Bradford) 0 Betting : 100 to 30 agst Tanderagee, 7to 2 Milford, 4 to 1 Glare, Below the distance Glare deprived Bill of Portland of,, the command, and was then followed by Tanderagee to the commencement of the Royal enclosure, when second place was "taken by Milford, but in an exciting race the two-year-old, who swerved towards Milford, just held her own by a neck ; a length and a-half between second and third. Thursday, June 15. Gold Cup, value lOOOsovs, with SOOOsovs in Bpecie in addition ; the second received SOOsovs, and the third 250sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each. About two miles and a-half. Mr R. Vyner's eh c Marcion, by Royal Hampton—Emmeline Marcia, 3yrs, 7 7 (S. Chandley) 1 Lord Rosslyn s b h Buccaneer, syrs, 9.4 (G. Barrett) 2 Duke of Beaufort's blk h Ragimunde, 3yrs, 9.4 » (J. Watts) 3 Mr J. H Houjdsworth's b h Orvieto, syrs, 9.4 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Marcion, 7 to 4 Buccaneer, 4 to 1 Orvieto, 100 to 6 Ragimunde. As they made the bottom turn, Marcion pulled out of the heels of Baccaneer and Ragimunde, and when once in the line for home Chandley eeb him going. In another 100 yds the issue was virtually over, as Marcion simply left Buccaneer and Rsgimunde standing still, and when Orvieto took third place a quarter of a mile from home, the three-year-old was alone in his glory. From the distance the pursuit was abandoned, and Marcion passed the judge's box, pulling double, with an eightlengths' verdict from Bucoaneer, while Ragimunde was half as far behind. Orvieto, who had overreached himself badly, walked in fourth, and Buccaneor pulled up sore all round. Time, 4min 35sec. Value of the stakes, £2650. Rous Memorial Stakes, of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added ; second received lOOsovs. New Mile (7furlongs 136 yds). Duke of Westminster's b c Orme, by Ormonde ,r —Angelica, 4yrs, 9.6, ... (M. Cannon) 1 Mr J. Charlton s eh f Lady Lena, 4yrs, 8.7, (T. Loates) 2 ' Bettipg : stol on Orme, who cut out the work with a clear lead,- Lady Lena following in his track until a quarter of a 'mile from home, when she made her effort, but after one or two shakes of the reins Orme had taken her ■ measure, and landed the odds very easily by a couple of lengths. Value of the stakes, £930. New Stakes, of lOsovs each, witl|looosovs added j the second received 10 per cent. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlongs and 136 yds). Sir R. W. Griffith's br f Wedding Bell, by Hampton— Sterling Love, 8.7 (T.Loates) 1 Mr Rose's b c St. Hilaire, 8.10 (J. Watts) 2 Mr D. Baird's br c Galloping Dick, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 3 Mr T. Jennings's, jun., Arouya, 8.7 (W.Bradford) 0 Betting : 13 to Bon Galloping Dick, 3to 1 agst St. Hilaire, 8 to 1 Wedding Bell. Arouya made play from St. Hilaire and Galloping Dick to the distance, where Arouya was beaten, and no sooner had St. Hilaire got the advantage of Galloping Dick than Wedding Bell joined issue on the stand side, and won an exciting race by a length and a-half ; two lengths ' between second and third. Value of the stakes, £1808. , ' \
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2059, 10 August 1893
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2059, 10 August 1893
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