NEWMARKET FIRST JULY. Tuesday, July 3.
July Stakes, of 50sovs each, 30 ft ; second received lOOsovs, ami the third saved stakes. For two-year-olds. New T.Y.C. Mr W. Cooper's b c Kirkconell, by Royal Hampton— Sweet Sauce, 9.0 ... (S. Loates) 1 Lord Stanley's b f Golden Blaze, 8.11 (Rickaby) 2 Baron de Hirsch's b c St. Johann, 9.0 * (f. Watts) 3 Prince SoltykoTs b c Spur Royal, 9.0 (G Chaloner) 0 Mr Wallace Johnatone's Mcilekh, 9.0 (Allsopp) 0 Betting : 7 to 2 on Kirkconell, 10 to 1 agst Golden Blsze and St. Jchann. Won easily by two kngths ; half a length between second and third. Value of the stakes, £1580., Wednesday, July 4. The Stud Produce Stakes, of S6osovs. For two-year-olds. Chesterfield course (five furlongs). Captain Forester's cli c Jack Snipe, by Herald „— & imosa .- 8.4 (T.J. Calder) 1 Mr Hobbs's b c Peopleton, 5.4 ... (Huxtable) 2 Mr Rose's be Mogul, 9.0 ... (T. Loates) 3 Mr J. Joicey s Alburnum, 8.4 [car. 8.5] (Rickaby) 0 Mr Fairies Ottoman, 5.9 ... (M. Cannon) 0 Lord Ellesmere's Blackburn, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 Lord Bradford's Brockhuist, 9.0 ... (Allsopp) 0 Mr Sherrard'sHawkdale, 8.1 ... (G.Barrett) 0 Betting r 6 to 4 agst Jack Snipe, 5 to 2 Mogul, 100 to 8 Peopleton. The favourite drew out in the last hundred yards and won by half a le'r.gth ; a length and a-half between second find third. Thursday, July 5. Princess of Wai.es's Stakes, of lO.OOOsovs • of I which the secoijvl received 500sovd and the third 200sovs, the nominator of the winner 40Csovs, and the nominator of the second 20050v3. B.M. Mr H. M'Calmont's b c Isinglass, by Isonomy— Deadlock, 4yrs, 10.3 (T. Loates) 1 Duke of Westminster's b c Bullincdon, 3yrs, _ 8.13 (M. Cannon) 2 Lord Rosebcry s b c Ladas, 3yrs, 9.5 Mr D. Baird's b or br c St. Florian, 3yrs, S.i ' „ „ (J. Calder) 0 iMrC. D. Rose s b c Ravensbury, 4yrs, 9.11 i (S. Loates) 0 General O. Williams's br c Pricstholme, 3yrs, 8.4 ' ... (F. Finlay) 0 Duke of Portland's b c Raeburn, 4yrs, 10.0 (F. Webb) 0 I Betting: 15 to Bon Ladas, Bto 1 agst Ravensbury, 100 to 12 Isinglass, 10 to 1 Raebum, |£ (o 1 St. Florian, 50 to 1 Bnllingdon, aud 100 to 1 Prieslholme. I Priestholme forced the work from Ladas, St. Florian, and Ravens bury. This order wes maintained for more than two-thirds of the journey, when Isinglass and Raeburn were being ridden hard, and Ladas and St. Fiorina had taken close order Yiithrriestholine. The lastnamed beat a retreat at the corner of the plantation, and St. Fioriiin led Ladas and Ravens- ! bury into the dip, when for a few strides the I favourite assumed the command. There was no heart, however, in his work, and with Isinglass, who had gradually crossed over, running on in earnest he collared Ladas on the brow of the hill. In turn he forged ahead of tbe favourite, and the pair were then immediately challenged by Bullmgdon whohadbeen^stealing up almost unobserved. Opposite Tatters'* ll's enclosure Ladas fell back three parts of a length, and wi f h Watts then abandoning what would hare been a vain pursuit, the finish was confined to Isinglass and Bullingdon, of whom the former won a good race by a head ; three lengths between second and third. "Sb. Florian wus fourth, Ravensbury flftb, Priestholme sixth, and Raeburn tailed off. Time, lmin 48?acc Value of the f t>kes, £10,911.
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NEWMARKET FIRST JULY. Tuesday, July 3., Otago Witness, Issue 2113, 23 August 1894
NEWMARKET FIRST JULY. Tuesday, July 3. Otago Witness, Issue 2113, 23 August 1894
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