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RACING IN ENGLAND.

KEMPTON PARK,

Friday, October 6. GnrvT Breeders' Produce Stakes, of MCOsovs ; nominator of winner 300oovs, nominator of second 150sovs, nominator of third lOOsovs ; owner of second 300sovp, and owner of third 10 'sovs_ out of the stakes. Two-year-olds One mile ou the new course. Loid Alirgton's b c Matchbox, by St. Simon-— Match Girl, 9 0 (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Durham's b c Son o' Mine, 9.0 (Rickabj) 2 Mr T. Cannon's b f Silver Image, 8.1 (G. Brown) 3 Mr D. Baird's Galloping Dick, 9.5 (F. Webh) 0 Mr Jewitt's Go Lightly, 9 2 ... (G Chalontr) 0 Mr Manion's Jocastn.B.ll ... (W.Biadford) 0 Duke of Hamilton's Doncaster Beau, 8.11 (J. Watts) 0 Sir F. Johnstoue's Throstle, 811 (Iluxtable) 0 Duke of Devonshire's Wherwell, 5.9 (Gt Barrett) 0 Sir J. B. Maple's Royal Victoria, B.S (Calder) 0 Lord Hastings Sir Jacob, 8.7 ... (Allsopp) 0 Mr A. M. Cardwell's Lucerna, 8(5 (Madden) 0 General Owen William&'s Priesthohne, 5.7 (Finlay) 0 Biron de Rothschild's Bluff 8 4 (T. Loates) 0 Colonel North's Bickortou, 8.4 (A. White) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 agst Matchbox, 100 to 9 Son o' Mine, 20 to 1 Silver Image. A quarter of a mile from home Matchbox carried his colours to the fore. Below the distance Son o' Mine drew up hand over hand, and in a determined challenge reached the neck of Matchbox, which was all that he could accomplish, however, and he succumbed by the same. Time, lmin 48sec. Value of the stakes, £4310.

Saturday, Octow.r 7. Duke of York Stakes (handicap), of 3000sovs, by subscription of COsovs ; second rec; ived 200sovp, and the third lOOsovs ouv of the atnkes. One mile,

Sir W. Throckruorton's b c Avington, by Melton—Annette, 3yrs, 7.0 (Gough) 1 Mr Brodrick Cloete's brn Cereza, syrs, 7.4 (O. Madden) 2 .Sir R. Jardine's eh c Llanthony, 4yrs 8.3 „ , (J. Woodburn) 3 Mr Manton's eh f Adoration, 4yrs, 7.9 (G. Brown) 4 Mr John Charlton's b h St. David, syrs, 9.6 „ T , (C. Loates) 0 Mr J. Lowther's eh h Workington, aged, 9.3 t a ™ . , (Jl Watts) ° Lord lillesmere s b c Esmond, 4yrp, 9 1 ,r -r „ s (F.Webb) 0 0 l\ M - Kaabury's borbr c Cabin Boy, 4yrs, S-13 (jr. Cannon) 0 Colonel North's b f Lady Hermit, 4yrs, 7.8 „ ... T (G. Barrett) 0 Mr Arthur James's b f The Smew, 4yrs, 7.7 n ,n -,*,-„ (W.Bradford) 0 General Owen Williams's br c Haut Briou, ;jyrs, 75 ••• p (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 85 to 40 agst Avington, 100 to 8 agst Cereza, 100 to S agst Llanthony. 4 1 a quarter of a mile from home Workington became third, but could not sustain the effort, and resigned in rapid succession to Llanthony, Adoration, and The Smew. Soon afterwards Aviugton swerved to the left and enabled Cereza to obtain a trifling advantage ; but as soon as the favourite was straightened he drew out again and won by a length and a-half; Llanthony lo&ing second money by four lengths. Time, lmia 47 2-53ec. Value of the stakes, <£2G50. NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. Tuesday, October 10. Clearweli, Stakes, of 30sovs each, £Oft., with 200sovs added; the second received m?^9 v £ : J? ntraB cc 3sovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlongs 140 yds). Baron de Rothschild's eh f La Nievre, by Tristw*^?^* ] ?. 0?'80 ?' 8 13 (T. Loates) 1 MrD. Baird's br c Galloping Dick, 9.2 r< \ „r, < M - Cannon) 2 General Owen Williams's b c El GaueJio, S.V? Prince Soltykoff's eh c Demetrius, 8 io' ' U t, ... r . . (W. Bradford) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Gal 1 oping Dick, 11 to 8 La Nievre, 7 to 1 El Gaucho. La Nievre ran home an easy winner by thiee lengths. Value of the stakes, .£597. Champion Stakes, of 50sovs ea:h for starters, with lOOOsovs added ; second received 10 percent., and the third 5 per cent, on the whole stake. A. F. (one mile and two furlongs). Baron de Rothschild's blk or br c Le Nicham by Tristan-La Noce, 3yrs, 8.5 (T. Liates) 1 Colonel North's b or br h Simonian, syrs, 9.0 Mr Manton's b f Lady Caroline, 4j is, S ll t, „. , . , T „ < M - Cannon) 3 Betting : 4 to 1 on Le Nicham, G to 1 agsfc Simonian, 100 to 8 Lady Caroline x Si™. 0 ? 1 *" 1 made running with a slight lead cf Le Nicham, Lady Caroline following at a clear interval in the heels of the latter. These positions were maintained to the Bushes, where Le rsicham pulled himself to the head of affairs, and won in a common canter by four lengths ; a bad third. Simonian finished very lame. Value of the stakes, .£922 105. Wednesday, October 11. Cesabewitcii Stakes (a handicap), of 25sovs each, with 500sovs added; the owner of the second received 200sovs, and the third lOOiovs out of tho stakes. Cesarewitch course (two miles two furlongs 35yds). Mr Ellis's b f Red Eyes, by Goggles— Mis3 1 lorry, 4yrs, 7.10 (T. Loates) t Mr T. Jenmngs's b f Cypria, by Carlton— Queen of Cyprus, 3yrs, C 5 (W.Pratt) 1 Mr Jersey sbm Lady Rosebery, acred, 8.5 „ _„, „,,„,,. (M. Cannon) 3 Mr P. Shrubb s blk h Insurance, syrs, 7 11 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b c Pilot, 4yrs,S.q° Mr P. Buchanan's b h Newcourt, syrs, 7 12 Mr A. Kilsyth's eh c Euclid, 4yrs, 7.12 „ _ TT , (G. Barrett) 0 Mr E. Hobson s br h Burnaby, Gyrs, 7.10 Mr Coffin's eh h Victorin, syrs, 7.8 (Stanton) 0 Sir R. Jardine's br c Red Ensign, 3yrs, 7 3 T , „ , (J- Woodburn) 0 Lord Cadogan s b c Prisoner, 3yrs, 6.11 T , _ (S. Chandley) 0 Lord Dunraven s eh c Senaputty, 3yrs, 6.10 Mr J. W. Smith's br f Helen Ware, 4yrs, C 4 ((W. Pope) 0 Lord Dunraven's b f Molly Morgan, 4vrs, 6.8 „, „ (W. Bradford) 0 Mr E. Hobson's b c Vanguard, 4yrs, 6 4 „ , ,„ , (Huxtable) 0 Colonel North's eh h Old Boots syra, 6 2 „ „ (Bullock) 0 Mr W. Sibary's b c Theobald, 3yrs, 5 1 (E. Hunt) 0 Betting : 11 to 2 agst Molly Morgan, G to 1 Red Eyes, 100 to 8 Insurance, 50 to 1 Lady Rosebery, and (J6 to 1 Pypria. . Entering the Abingdon Mile Bottom Lady Rosebery passed Insurance, and for a stride or two nearly reached the heels of Cypria and R<-d Eyes, who were battling together in good earnest. In climbing the final ascent "her ladyship" fell away again, and after the issue had hung in the balance between the other two, each leading slightly in the last 100 yds, the result was a dead heat. Lady Rosebeiy finished third, at an interval of three lengths. The stakes (value ,£1135) were divided. Time, 4min 2sec. Thursday, October 12. MiDDLEPAjiii Plate, of 500sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 30sovs each ; 20 ft. ; second received SOOsovs, and the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. For two-year-olds. Bretbv Stakes course (six fin-longs). Lord Hosebery's b c La'las, by Hampton — Uluminata, 9 3 (A. White) 1 Mr Manton's b f Jocasta, 8 7 l\V Bradford) 2 Mr Douglas Baird's b c Sempronius, 9 3 (M. Cannon) 3 Mr Rose's b c St. Hilaire, 9 3 (T. Loates) 4 Captain E. W. Baird's eh o Snapdragon, 8 10 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr Ilaniar Bass's colt by Wisdom— Bramble, 810 (F. Rickaby) 0 Sir R. Jardine's br c Kirkhill, S lO (J. Woodburn) 0 Betting : stol on Ladas, 10 to 1 agst Bempronius, 20 to 1 Jocasta. After going three furlongs the favourite was let loose, and he hdd a clear lead at the Bushes hill of Jocasta, St. Ililaire, and Sempionius. Except that the last-named pair changed places in the Abingdon Mile Bottom, nothing further need lie added, aud climbing the hill in gallant style, Ladas won by two lengths ; the same between second and third. Time, lmin Kiisec. Value of the stakes, £1935. Lowtiier Stakes, of 50sovs each, with lOOO^ovg added, A.F. (one mile and two fniloji<™.). Baron de Ilirsch's br f LaFieche, by St. Simon —Quiver, 4 yrs, 9 5 (J. Watts-) 1 Baron de Rothschild's blk or br c Le Nichom, Syrs, 9.3. ... t (V. Loaks-) 2 Mr Manton's b f Broad Corrie, -iyrs, 0 2 (M. Cannon) 3 Betting : C to 1 on La Fieche, 6 to -i ag.st Le Nichum, and 50 to 1 Broad Coriie (offeie.;). La Fieche made running at a good puce, and was fo'lovved at clear intervals by Le Nicham and Broad Come to the Bushes, where the mare had taken the measure of the other two. The thiee-year-old persevered into the Abington Mile Bottom, where Loates accepted the si; nation, ; and with her " ears pricked " La Fieche sailed home a very easy winner by six lengths ; a bad third.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2075, 30 November 1893

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