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RACING IN ENGLAND.

SANDOWN PARK. Friday, April 2(5. Esheii Stakes, of lOGOiovs, by subscription of 2030V5 ; eecond received lUOsovs, and the third fjOsnv*. One mile. Mr John Dawsou's b h Sir Benjamin, by Beau Bruininttl -Violet AWvosu, syi-8, 7.H (AlKopp) 1 Sir J. Duke's b c The CorMCan, 3yre, 6 0 (Gould) 2 (M. (Jauuon) 3 Captain Machell's b m Erin, syrs, 8.4 TheO*r),-iyr3,7 0 JJ H TTT Tn * on i n Medici,, syrs. 8.8 ~. (T. &s**») ° (larrick, aged, 8.4 (A. White) 0 Venn, 4yrs, 7.11 &■ h ™ te l\ X SArHna, 4yM, 7 G (Bradford) 0 C«ye«n^,"3yia, 6.9 - tfv. Oin'-on) 0 rjorendean, 3yra, 6.2 < Grl "} sh ( ?\ v , ) . ° Belting : 4 to 1 agst Sir Benjamin, 9 to 2 linn, 11 to 2 The C -raican. At the disttnee the issue was reduced to a match, and with The Goisican fdiliug to <l u ita I reach Sir Benjamin, he succumbed by a htad; I four lengths between second and third. lime, linin 54iec. Value of the stakc3, £830. NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING. Tuesday, Ai«ril 30. Hastings Plate, of 500sovs, For threc-year-oldg. D.M. Lord Zetland's b c Keelson, by PanzerschiffRed Shoes, 9 2 (J. Watts) 1 Prince Soltykoffs b or br c Dross, 8.5 (M. Cannon) 2 Lord Durham's b c Soliman, 8.3 ... (C. Loates) 3 Baron de Rothschild's Herapis, 8.3 (T. Loate3) 0 Betting : llto 2on Keelson, 100tol2aest Dros3, IOJ to 8 Serapis, 40 to 1 Soliman. Won easily by two lengths ; a length and a« half between second and third. Wednesday, May 1. Two TnousAND Guineas Stakes, of lOOsovs each ; the owner of the second received 3Cosovs out of the stakes and the third saved his stake. For three-year-olds. 11. M. (ona mile and llyds). Sir J. Blundcll Maple's b c Kirkconnel, by Koyal Hampton— Sweet Sauce, 9.0 _

Mr Houldsworth's b c LaveDO, by Bend Or- ] Napoli,i)o <M Ginnou) 2 I Loid 11-.scb'ry'a b c Sir Visto, by Ji irraMineVMm, !).O (W Biaironl) 3 Mr 11. M Calniool's b c The Lomb.ml, by retr.iroh Woallh, 0 0 ••• (G. Ohalonor) 0 Mr H. M'Caluuiiit's b c Raconteur, by bt. 0 Simon-l'lbisAiiteric, 9.0 ... (I. L.at M ) 0 Mr Fame's b c Speedwell, by SpmisfieU- 0 Lady iluiicastcr, 9 0 •• . ••• < b - } Vc W ° Mr It. 11. Combe's by c TitLonus, by Si. flsmon-Imin-.it 11«, 9.0 ... <l'\ R'ckaby) 0 Mr W M Clarke's eh o Fo-sicker, by G oldseeker—The Mtfl.tiur-ale, 9 0 (S. Loates) 0 fii-tling: 6 to 5 aiat 11-;conteur, 9 to 2 .Speedwell 5 to I Sic Vuto, 10 to 1 Kirk-onnel, l«i) to 8 Lave-no, 25 to 1 The Lombard, 33 to 1 Fotsioker, 50iol Ihlkivus. •jhcfbgfel without a failure* to a good start, lind Fos icker made runninrj fiom Sir i Vuto, Speedwell, Laveno, and The Lombard. Ibese in [lose c-iiuwny were followed by Raconteur and lithomis with Ki.kconr.cl bringing m> thorevr, and in this outer they travelled to the r.\.O. winning post. JHid Sir Vi-t> assumed the c- nimand, and on the top of the bill was rni-me-iiaMy attended by Raconteur aud Laveno, mith Kirlcconucl dr-nving itito fourth place fiom Speedwell and 'ihc Lombard. At this point Speedwell was in difficulties, and with llacoiueur collapsing at the fuot of the hill Laveno then deprived Sir Vis- to of the cnimaud, who eupou jKiik«.onuel challenged the pair. As they approached the winning post Sir Visto gr«vcUy.lly lost ground, and wben Kirkconnel tackled Lavtno be stayed the lace out well and won by a Wgth ; two lengths between second and third. The Lombard was fouitb, Speedwell fifth, Raconteur sixth. Tilhonus seventh, »nd FoiMcker Ja»t. Thrift, lmin 42 2-ssec. Value of the stakes, tfiiOO.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Volume 20, Issue 2156, 20 June 1895

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Volume 20, Issue 2156, 20 June 1895

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