RACING IN ENGLAND.
Fbiday, Juke 22,
Alexandra Plate, of lOOOsovs, added to a sweep- "" stakes of 2030vs each : the second received 20050v3, and the third .saved stake. About _ three miles. Sir A. Taylor's, 31111., b c Aborigine, by Exile II — Kookaburra, 4yrs, 9.0 ... (Q. Barrett) 1 Mr A. Abeille's br c Callistrate, 4yrs, 9.5 . (Dodge) 2 Mr J. Lowther's eh h Houndsditch, aged, 9.7 t (J. Watts) 3 Mr M. D. Peacock's Golden Drop, syrs, 9.2 (S. Chandley) 0 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's Bushey Park, syrs, 0.11 (M. Cannon) 0 Mr J. Durward's Medici, 4yrs, 8.4 (T. Loates) 0 M. E. Deschamp's Avoir, syrs, 9 6 (F. Webb) « • Betting : 6 to 4 agft Callistrate, 100 to 30 Aborigine, 20 to 1 Houndsditch (offered). ' Three-quarters of a mile from home Aborigine deprived Gclcteu Drop of the command, with ipallistrate and Houndsditch next. At the foot of the hill Golden Drop was hopelessly beaten, and Callistrate and Houndsditch challenged Aborigine, the outsiderfor a fewatrides thivatenirig daDger. Ho then died out again, and with Callistrate unable to'quite reach Aborigine he Biiccunibed by a neck; a bad third. Time, smi/l 30sec. Value of the stakes, £1130. Hardwicke Stakes, of 2000sovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each ; the second received 10 per cent, and the third 5 per cent. on the whole stak<>«. Swinley Course (one mile and a-half)-Sir Hose's b c Rtivensbury,,by Isonomj — Peniv tent, 4yrs, 9.10 (M. Cannon) 1 Baron deHirsch'sbr m La Flcche, syrs. 9.9 (J. Watts) 2 Mr Rose's b c St. Hilaire, 3yrs, S.o (T. Loates) 3 Colonel North's Royal Harry, 4yrs, 9.10 . (F. Webb) 0 letting: 5 to 1 on La Fleche, 6 to 1 a;sfc Ravensbury, 25 to 1 St. Hilaire, 100 to 1 Royal Harry (offered). ' Ravens<bury, first away, immediately resigned to St. Hilaire, and they were followed by Royal Harry, at whose girths lay La Fleehe to the brick Irilns, when she drew into third place. -The mission of St Hilairc was compkted upon entering the stiaight, and Ravensbury then carried on the running frcm La Fleche, upon whom Watts became very uneasy below the distance, and the odds were comfoitably lowered by h^f .1 length ; a bad third. Queen's St\m> Fi.\tk, of 300sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 10«ovs each. T.Y.G. (five furlongs 130 yd •»). Mr Wallace Johiistono's b c Best Man, by Ormonde or Melton— Wedlock, by Wcnlock, 4yr.;, 10.V2 (F. Webb) 1 Mr J. S. Guthrie's br m Day Dream 11, Gyr-', • 10.1 (C. Loates) 2 Duke of Weslminstcr's b f Oriel, 3yrs, S 3 (T. Loates) 3 Lord Cadogan's Queen's Jester, 2yrs>, 6 13 (F. All-opp) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 ag&t Best Man, 2 to 1 Queen's Jeisjir, 3 to 1 Oriel, and 100 to 8 Day Dream II jf offered). 1 Oriel and Queen's Jester held theJead tot.ho distance, when Best Man drew av;ay and wpn by three-quarters cf a length; tv,o lengths between second and third. : NEWCASTLE AND GOSFORTII PARK. • ' Tuesday, Jdxe 26. North Deuby, of 1275^0v5. One. mile and a-half. Mr D. Hollis's b c Xury, by Terthis— Poll etti, •'. 9.7 (Weldon) 1 Mr Vyner's b c Stonechack, by Miutine—Stone- /; clink, 8.)2 (F. B. Blgck) 2 Lord Barewocd's b c Scampanio, by Thurio— < Carillon, 8.7 (F. Finlay) 3 MrT. Holmes's Wild Counsel, S.-l ... (Platt) Q Mr W. I' Anson's Colleague, 9.1.:. (Colling) 0 Siv R. Jardino's Koran, 5.7 ... (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr T. W. P. Rivis's Castlerosse, 8.7 (F. W. Lr^ne) 0 ./Betting -. 7 to 4 on Xury, 10 to 1 agst Stonechack and Scarupanio. ,' Bolow tlje distance Scampauio was beaten, and seft Koran wjth a slight lead of Stouechack, but the pair were aln^ost; immediately passed by Xury, who won easijy by three parts of a length.
Wednesday, Juse 27.
KORTHUMBERL\MS PLATE (handicap), of lOOOsOVS, of which the second leceived 5030v5. Two \ : miles. Mr P. Buchanan's b h Newcourt, by Highborn i ''.—Orange BJossoin, Gyrs, 8.(5 ... (Uoll)tig) 1 Mr R. Sherwood's, jun., br c llawkesbury, 4yrs, •l 6.10 ... OV. Piatt) 2 Mr D. S. Wilson's br c Tilton, 4yr o . CO I ' (11. Ohalonor) 3 Mr W. R. Marshall's eh c The Hudson, Gyrs, 0.12 I ■ ■ (Harrison) 0 Lord Harewood's br c Xylophone, 4vw, 7.5 (F. Finlay) 0 Mr E. J. Percy's b m Mimram, aged, 6,5 (H. Toon) 0 M? J. Lowther's eh c Low Moor, 4yrs, 6.12 (H. Gould) 0 Mr. L. de Rothschild's eh c Rodomont, 3yr&, 7.0 -.*.£•■ • " (Fawdon) 0 '? Betting: 5 to 4 agst Newcourt, 10 to 1 Hawkesbury, 100. to 6 Tilton. -j When fairly in the line for home Xylophone drew up to Tilton and Hawkesbury, and with Slimram beaten Newcourt ran into fourth place on the out-ido, and gradually get! ing An terme wjity the leaders drew to the front below th> <f.,r£auce, and won in a canter by two lengths. \ v a!ue of the stakes, £925.
Thubsday, June 28.
SE.VTON DauYAT, Plate, of 12Q0sovs (QOUsovs to thp winner. 200sovs to the nominator of the winner, and SQsovs, each to the nominator and ' * owner of the second). For two-year-olds. $Hve furlongs. IsIvVI rAcsoni b c Jim S.lby, by Selby— StoTt-iway, 6.10 "(Colling) 1 MrJ. Lowtker'scli c Feathc-stone, $.10 [car.."lied 8,12] ... .\ ... .(J. Watts) 2 Mr D. Baird's b f Unorna, 8.7 ... (W. Pratt) 3 Mr A. W. Cox's Choice, 9,7? (F. Pratt) 0 MrT, Holn'iea'a Wild Qufrp. 5.7 (F. Finlay) 0 fcute of HanajJtOns Small Mint, 9.3 ' •„ . -. - (G. Chaloifer) 0
Mr W. Stevencon's Clerical EvroK 8.7 (J. Woodburn) 0 Mr D. Hollis's Hanbury, 8.10 (T. Weidon) 0 MrJ. Osborne's Isobath, 8.10 (F. Osborne) 0 Mr Vyner's Marciana, 8.7 (Fagan) 0 Major Stapylton's Sonata, 8.7 (J. Harrison) 0
Betting : 7 to 4 agst Jim Selby, 3 to 1 Fcatherstone, 7 to lUncrna.
Jim Selby, miking the whole of the running, won cosily by a leng-h and a-half ; thre° parts of a length separated the second and third.
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RACING IN ENGLAND. ASCOT., Otago Witness, Issue 2112, 16 August 1894
RACING IN ENGLAND. ASCOT. Otago Witness, Issue 2112, 16 August 1894
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