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NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER.

Tuesday, October 9. The Clbarwell Stakes, of 0«3ov8. For two-year-olds. TYO. Utica, by St. Simon— Biserta, 8.13 (T. Loates) 1 Dunover,Bl3 (W. Bra-HforO 2 Sati, 8.7 (G. Chaloner) 3 Wroxeter, 8.10 Cllsopp) 0 Royal Corrie, 8.10 (G.Barrett) 0 Mea-.ow, 8.10 ii FF v Prat^ 9 Millennium, 8.10 (». Loates) 0 Blue Rose, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 6to 4 agst Utica, i to 1 Sati, 10 to 1 Dunovor. Won easily by four lengths ; a head between second and third. Champion Stakes, of 930sovs. One mile and two furlongs. La Fleche, by St. Simon— Quiver, syrs, 8.12 (J. Watts) 1 Rftvensbury, by Isonomy— Penitent, 4yrs, 9.0 (T. Loates) 2 Betting : 3 to 1 on La Flech", who made strong running from the start, with the result that she "stretci-ed out" Ravensbury more than half a mil* from home, and centered up the hill the easiest of winners by eight lengths. Wednesday, October 11. Cesarewitcii Stakes (handicap) of 2"soys each, with sQosovs added ; the owner or the second horse received 200«ovs and the third IROsovs out of the stake*. Entrance ssovs. Two miles two furlongs 35yds. Childwick, by St. Simen— PJaisanterie, 4yrs, 7.9 (W Bradford) 1 Calibrate 4yra, 8.13 (M, Cannon) 2 Shrine, aged, 7.11 (G. Barrott) 3 Lutin, W7 0 (S. Chaudley) 0 Opera Syrs, 6.3 (K. Cannon) 0 Sir Benjamin, 4yr», 6.1 ... ... ... (Oroft) Q William, <yrs, ... ...(H Toon) 0 , Highland Buck, 4yrs, 6.12 rt . ...((^iiWs) 0 Amiable, 3yr», 7.11 J>. (T. Lo«tea) 0 Newcourt, 6yn, 8 8 ... „. ...(Owlling) 0 Rigimunde. 6yrs, 7.13 ... .;. ...(Finlay) 0 Oomoiy, 6ym, 7.13... .j. (Cider) 0 Cypria,4*rs,7.ll ... ... *. ... Hilly) 0 Insurance, 6*rs, 7.10 .*. t* (Woodourn) 0 Gleamaway, 4yrs, 7.5 .*,. ... (Maddt-n) 0 Quilon, 4yrs, 7-4 ... ... ... (S. Loates) 0 Filepa, 4yr., 7.0 ... X ... (AU.opp) 0 Braemar, syrs, 7.2 ... *.. ... (W. Pratt) 0 Pennyless, 4yrs, 6.7 (Wall) 0 Farndale, 3yrs, 6.3 (H. Chaloner) 0 Lord Barn»rd, 3yrs, 6.3 (J. Jone-) 0 syndic, 3yrs, 6.3 (G.Payne) 0 Sacristy, 3yrs, 6.1 (H. Grimshaw) 0 Betting : 4 to 1 agst Filepa, 10 to 1 Callistrate, 20 to I Childwick and Shrine. Childwick, ridden out to the end, won by four lengths ; tUe name between second aud third. Lutin was a very bad fourth. Value of the stakes, £1035. Thursday, October 11. Middle Park Platk, of 501sovs, added t« a sweepstakes of 30*ovh each ; the second received 2<W*oys and the third lOOuovs out of the stakes. For two year-olds. Six furlongs. | Speedwell, by Springfield— Lady Muncaster, 8.10 (F. I'mtt) 1 Keelson, 9.0 (J Watts) 2 Ra-otiteur, 9.0 (T.Loates) 3 Kirkconcll, 9.3 (S. I^oatea) 0 Missive, 8.7 (Culdet) 0 Must-r Minting, 8.10 (F. Finlay) 0 Oaenlochan, 8.10 (Allnopp) 0 Gas, 8.7 (Bradford) 0 Tarporley, !).3 (M. Cannon) 0 Cayenne, 8.10 (G. Barrett) 0 Betting : 3 to 1 agst Kirkconell, 4 to 1 Raconteur, C to I Keel-on, 8 to I Speedwell. As they climbed the hill Raconteur seemed to have the foot of the pair in the van, but he threw his head up a hum red yard* from home, and Speedwell was left to win by a neck. Time, Imin 18 3-ssec. Value of the st»kes, £1925.

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NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER., Otago Witness, Issue 2127, 29 November 1894

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NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. Otago Witness, Issue 2127, 29 November 1894

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