RACING IN ENGLAND.
MANCHESTER. Thursday, September 21. Palatine Handicap, of StLovs, of which the second received .CO soys. Five furlongs Mr Guthrie's br f Daydream, by AlbanySiesta, 4 yrs, 8.1 (C. Loate.-O 1 Mr E Hob'on's b m Floss, 5 yrs, 8.12 ( Itickaby) 2 Duke ot Portlainl's b f The Prize, 3 yrs, 5.5 (T. Loates) 3 Mr F. V. Gooch's Red Enamel, 5 yrs, 7.13 (Barrett) 4 Mr A. G. Bonsor's Ratton, fi yrs, 9.0 (J. Woodburn) 0 Sir J. Blundell Maple's Scarborough, 4 yrs, 8.4 (Allsopp) 0 Mr R. Lebaudy's Simon Renard, 4 yrs, 7.13 (Calder) 0 Mr C. S. Petrie's Golden Arrow, 4 yrs, 7.7 (S. Chandley) 0 Mr T. Coulthwaite's Kaboonga, 5 yn, 7.0 [inc. 71b extra] (G, Brown) 0 Lord Dunraven's Rock Pigeon, 3 yrs, 6.10 (Bradford) 0 Mr Winter's Lady Kendal, 3 yrs, 6.10 (P. Chaloner) 0 Mr J. Snarry's Ormac, 3 yrs, 6 8 (Harrison) 0 Sir R. Jardine's Lady Erne. 3 yr?, 6 6 (Kendal) 0 M. E. Deschamp's Bonne Sorte, 3 yrs, 6 6 (G Jarvis) 0 Betting : 4 to 1 agst Floss, 5 to 1 The Prize, 11 to 2 Red Enamel, 100 to 8 Day Dream. Floss jumped off in front, on the left, from Daydream, Ratton, and Red Enamel, on the right. These were followed by Golden Arrow, Ormac, Scarborough, The Prize, and Simon Renard until a quarter of a mile from home. Here Red Enamel dropped on to the heels of Daydream and Ratton, which pair began to overhaul Floss. At the distance Ratton was in trouble, and Daydream having challenged Floss, The Prize next appeared on the scene, and with a splendid finish between the three, Daydream won by a shnit head, Floss in turn having a nock the best of The Prize. Three lengths off Red Enamel was fourth, Ormac fifth, Ratton sixth, Simon Renard seventh, Lady Kendal eighth, and then, pulling up, Rock Pigeon, a long way off. Value of the stakes, £i 35. September Handicap, of lOCOsovs, of which the second received lOOiovs. One mile and three-quarters. Mr Chaddlewoith's b c Braemar, by Buchanan — Supremacy, 4 yrs, 7 9 ... (T. Loates) 1 Lord Harewood's br c Xylophone, 3 yrs, 7.0 (S. Chandley) 2 Mr J. W. Smith's eh c Hagiographer, 4 yrs, 7.0 (P. Chaloner) 3 Lord Cholmondtley's eh f Miss Tennyson, 4 yrs, 6.11 (Gough) 4 Mr Buchanan's Shancrotha, 5 yrs, 9.0 (Calling) 0 Mr Linde's The Jew, 3 yrs, 8.7 (W. Hoysted) 0 Mr Greenhalgh's Roy Neil, 4 yrs, 8.3 (Calder) 0 Mr E. O. Bleacldey's Ancajano, 4 yrs, 7.9 (Allsopp) 0 Mr J. R. Humphrey's Kingsclere, 4 yrs, G.ll (H. Toon) 0 The Prince of Waleb's The Vigil, 3 yrs, 6.11 (Bradford) 0 Bettin? : 4 to 1 sgst Ancajano, 5 to 1 Braemar, 11 to 2 Xylophone, and 10 to 1 Hagiographer. No sooner had Xylophone assumed the command three furlongs from home than Braemar forced hi? way into second place, and going on by himself from below the distance won easily by three lengths : the same distance between second and third. Time, 3min 7 4-s^ec. A Breeders' Foal, Stakes, of 1500 soys ; the nominator of the winner to take 15 per cent., and the nominator and owner of the second each received five per cent. For two year-olds, Five fm longs. Mr Rose's b c St Hilare, by St Simon — Distant Shore, 8.7 (T- Loates) 1 Mjr D. Baird'a b or br c- Semproniu3, 9 4 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr R. Vyner's b f Aumbry, 8 4 (Fagan) 3 Duke of Portland's Schoolbook, 9 5 (J. Watts) 4 Mr Wallace Johnstone'* Cellini, 8.7 (Allsopp) 0 11.R.11. the Prince of Wales' s Florizel 11, S f (G. Bairett) 0' Mr J. 11. Houldsworth's Rowallan. 8.7 (F. Pratt) 0 Sir R> Jardine's Koran, 8.7 (J. Woodburn) 0 Betting :13to 8 agst St H'laire, 9- to 4 Sempronius, 10 to I Aumbry. At the distance the issue was reduced tc. a match between St llilair,e and Sempronius^ and in a, good finish the favou,rite won by a neck. Friday, September 22. Newmuiket October Handicap, of lOOOsovs, of which the second received ICOsovs. R.M. (one mile 11yds). General Owen Williams's b c Pensioner, by Royal Legacy, by Vestminster, 4yrs, 8.2 (T. Loates)' l| Lord Elleamere's b c Esmond, 4yra, 9.0 I (J. Watts) 2 Mr Manton's eh f Adoration, 4yrs, 7.12 (W. Bradford) 3 Mr Houldsworth's Springtime, syrs, 7.2 (Allsopp) 0 Mr L. de Rothschild's Lottery, syrs, 0.5 (Huxtable) 0 Lord Stanley's Greywell, aged, 6.0 (G. Jarvis) 0 _ Betting : 85 to 40 agst Ksmond, 100 to 30 Pensioner, and 4 to 1 Adoration. Pensioner stayed the longest and won by half a length ; a head between second and third. Saturday, September 23. Lancashire Plate, of SOCO&ovs ; tho nominator of the winner and the awuer of the second each received T.O per oent., the nominator of the second 5 per cent , the owner of the third '.I per cent , and the nominator of the third 2 per cent, of the whole stake. One mile. Duke of Portland's b c Raeburn, by St. Simon -Mowerina, 3yrs, 9.1 (J. Watts) 1
Mr M Calmont'B b c Isinglass, by Isonoiny— Deadlock, 3yrs, 911 (T. Loates) 2 Baron de Hirsch's br f La Flechc, by St. Simon -Quiver, 4yrs, 10.3 (G.Barrett) 3 JMr H. Milner's Lady Caroline, 4yrs, 9 7 (M. Cannon) 0 t?i £ tin 8 :Utolo on Isinglass, 9to 4 agst La JHeche, 9 to 2 Raeburn, and SO to 1 Lady CaroLady Caroline was in front for half a dozen strides and then dropped into the rear. The running was at once taken up at a moderate pace by ?° «■ ,w, w A th La Fle <*e, Raeburn. and Lady Oaroline following at clear intervals to the ?w n** l ' n ' P ace as the lot took te'» h/' * n i 9"3? ft -»l°ngs fr01 » borne La w£ iL !d! d reach S d r the Births of Isinglass, with J>? h £ ac , bul>n and Lady Caroline pulling hard at £ e in«fih lB - f l^," the last-named went out in another furlong, Raeburn did not share her retreat, and, on the other hand, was commanding both Isinglass and La Fleche for speed below thl distance. Of this pair the favourite always retained an advantage, but Loates had been driving him htffd to do so, and when Raeburn swept alongside m the last 200 yds the tide turned against him, and the Heath House colt drew out a, clever winner by a length. A game effort to the end on the part of La Fleche placed her half a ii cn #.j bemnd Isinglass, with Lady Caroline who did not persevere to the end, a bad fourth Time, lmiu 43 3-ssec. Value of the stjkei ■ Winner £(5400, second £120), third £400 ' NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER. Tuesday, September 20. Buckingham Stakes, of 3CX-ovs each, hft For _. n two-year-olds. Y.C.T. i?£Vi?°£rai borbr f Glare - Ayrshirel'ootlight, a.ll ... . (j Wotts} 1 Duke of Westminster's b c Bullingdon," 9 0 Even betting Glare, who waiter! at the girths of Buihngdon until entering the rails, whenshe shot out and won a pretty race by three-parts of a length. Grevt Foal Stakes, of 15sovs each, with 700 iO vs +$■.r. r ; the£e cond received 20 per cent., and the third 10 per cerft., and the nominator of the winner 10 Isovs. For three-year-olds. AF. (one mile two furlongs). Mr D. Baird's br c Harbinger, by Galopin— Primavera 5.12 ... (M. Cannon) 1 Sir R. Jardine sb c Canning, 5.2 (T. Loates) SJ Captain F. Cookson's br f Bird of Passage, 8 9 Prince Soltykoffs Masque, 8.2 .. (SroveSo .Betting : 3 to 2 on Harbinger, 5 to 1 agst Canning, fa to 1 Bird of Passage Won by a length and a-half; a neck between second and thud. Time, 2mia 20aec. Wednesday, September 27. Hopeful Stakes, of 577sws. For two-year.olds v ,^ as * nve fu'longs of Ab. M. (one mile). Mr Mautons eh f Mecca, by Isonomy—Pilgrimage b. 13 .... (W. Bradfoid) 1 Baron de Rothschild's eh f La Nievre. 8.13 Duke of Portland's b f Ciatterfeet, 8.7 nr wt 1- i- . -* T (G' Chaloner) 3 Mr W. Johnstone's Normania, S 7 (A'lsopp) 0 General Owen Williama's El Guacho, 9.0 t, ... T , (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : Evens on La Nievre, sto 1 agit Mecca Mecca, won easily by three quarters of a length ; a bad third. Friday, September 29. Newmarket St. Leger Stakes, of 365sovs. For three-year-olds. Last mile and three-quarters of the Cesarewitch Course. Lord Durham's b f New Guinea, by Minting— Newhaven, 8.7 (Rickaby) 1 Baron de Rothschild's eh c Imprevu, 8.5 (T Loates) 2 Captain A. E. Whitaker's blk c Barcal'whey, 8.0 Mr T. Jennings's (jun.) Montezuma, 8.10 T , „ (W. Bradford) 0 Lord Penrhyn's Iconoclast, 8 0 ... (Calder) 0 Betting : 6to 4 agst Montezuma, sto 1 New Guinea, 11 to 2 Imprevu, 10 to 1 Barcalwhey. Won easily by four lengths ; three lengths between second and third. Rous Memorial Stakes, of 650sovs ; second received 50sovs. For two-year-olds. Rou3 course (five furlongs). Mr A. M. Card well's b c Skirpenbeck, by Goldseeker—Patient, by Speculum, 8.10 ,r t> ■ , r <&■ Chaloner) 1 Mr Rose sb c St. Hilaire, 9.1 ... (T. Loates) 2 Mr R. H. Combe's b f Babylonia, 8 7 Duke of Hamilton's Gioja, 8 7 (G. Barrett) 0 Mr .I. Jennings's Cjun.) Arouya, 8.7 xr wt v x . t, (W - Bradford) 0 Mr W. Johnstone's Blarney, 8.10... (Allsopp) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Granby, 8.13 ... (P. Webb) 0 Duke of Westminster's Calamine, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : Evens on St. Hilaire, 100 to 12 agst Skirpenbeck, 100 to 8 Babylonia. Won by three lengths ; a head betwoen second and third.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Volume 23, Issue 2074, 23 November 1893
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Volume 23, Issue 2074, 23 November 1893
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