NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING.
Tuesday, May 22. Breeders' Plate, of 485sovs. For two-year-olds. Rous Course (five furlongs). Sir J. Miller's b f La Sagesse, by Wisdom— St. Mary, 8.9 ... (S. Loates) 1 J£r O. J. Merry's eh c Diplomat, 8.12 (F. Finlay) 2
Lord Hindlip's b f Penfeather, 8.9 ,r t> tt « . , < w - Bradford) 3 Mr R. H. Combe's Petronia, 8.9 ... ( F. Rickaby) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Sequin, 8.9 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr R. J. Lacey'B Campania, 8.6 ... (Rumbold) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 on La Sagesse, 7to 1 agst Diplomat, and 10 to 1 Penfeather. Half-way down the Bushes hilt the favourite sailed to the head of nffairs, and easily landed the odds by two lengths. Wednesday, May 23. Newmarket Stakes, of 4500sovs, a sweepstakes of 30sovs each, the second received 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent, of the whole stake. For three-year-olds. A.F. (one mile and two furlongs). Lord Rosebery's b c Lada3, by Hampton—llluminata, 9.0 (J. Watts) 1 Mr Douglas Baird's br c St. Florian, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr Daniel Cooper's b or br f Glare, 8.11 (T. Loateb) 3 Duke of Portland's br c Galston, 9.0 (W.Bradford) 4 Mr T. Jennings's eh c Sir John Broad, 9.0 (A. White) 0 Betting : 100 to 8 on Ladas, 100 to 6 agst St. Florian, 25 to 1 Glare, 66 to 1 Galston, and 100 to 1 Sir John Broad. Sir John Broad cut out the work from Ladas, and they were followed at a steady pace by St. Florian in the heels of Sir John Broad, with Galston next, and Glare bringing up the rear. This order was maintained until half a mile from home, when Sir John Broad shot his bolt, and left Ladas in command from St. Florian, Galaton, »nd Glare. Of -these Galston dropped out in the Abingdon Mile Bottom, and Ladas, being virtually unextended to the end, won by two lengths from St. Florian ; half as far again between second and third. Sir John Broad was last. Time, 2min 22sec. Value of the stakes, £3825 to the winner, £450 to the second, and £225 to the third. Thursday, May 24. Bedford Two-Year-Old Plate, of 800aov8, by subscription of lOsovs each. Rous Course (five furlongs). Mr W. Cooper's b c Kirkconel, by Royal Hamp-ton-Sweet Sauce, 8.10 (S. Loates) 1 Mr A. W. Cox's b or brf Galeottia, 8 7 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr A. James's b c M'Heron, 8.10 (T. Loates) 3 Mr W. Gardner's Angus Stanley, 8.10 (F.Pratt) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Fortune's Darling, 8.10 (G. Chaloner) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Tonia, 8.7 (W. Bradford) 0 Mr J. V. Lawrence's Seek and Find, 8.7 (F. Finlay) 0 Lord Penrhyn's Shiner, 8.7 ... (Cawte) 0 Lord Zetland's Felicia, 8 7 ... (F. Rickaby) 0 Betting : Evens on Galeottia, 4- to 1 ag9t Kirkconel, and 10 to 1 M'Heron. As they rose the hill Galeottia drew up to the neck of Kirkconel, and seemed to be holding him for a few strides, after which he broke away again, and won by three lengths. Value of the stakes, £690. Payne Stakes, of 660sovs. For three-year-olds. R.M. (one mile 11yds). Lord Cadogan'B eh c Stowmarket, by Timothy — Tenax,9.l (F. Finlay) 1 Mr C. D. Rose's b c St. Hilaire, 9.3 (P. Rickaby) 2 Mr E. Foster's eh c King Charibert, 9.1 (J. Watts) 3 Mr Douglas Baird's Glenlogan, 8.12 (M. Cannon) 0 Duke of Devonshire's Wherwell, 8.12 (G. Barrett) 0 Baron de Rothschild's Bluff, 8.12 (T. Loates) 0 Lord Zetland's Royal Marine, 8.7 (3. Loates) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 agst Stowmarket, 5 to 1 St. Hilaire, and 100 to 8 King Charibert. Stowmarket when allowed to stride to the front in descending the hill simply scattered his field, and sailed home six lengths ahead of St. Hilaire ; three-quarters of a length between second and third. Time, lmin 47 4-ssec.
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NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING., Otago Witness, Issue 2107, 12 July 1894
NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING. Otago Witness, Issue 2107, 12 July 1894
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