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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET.

Friday, May 3.

Ome Thousand Guineas Stakhs, of lOOsovs each; the. owner of the second iilly to receive 200.0V1 out 'of the stakes, and the third to save hia stakel For three-year-old fillies, Bat 121b each. R.M. (one mile and 11yds). Mr lame's b or br f Galeottia, by Galopin— Agave (F. Pratt) 1 Sir J. Miller's b f La Sages«, by Wisdom— Sr. Mary <^- Loatett) 2 Lord Rosebery's h or br f Gas, by Ayrshire— Illuminata (O. Madden) 3 Mr L. Braßsey'a b f Butterfly, by HamptonMerry Duchess ■.-.. •-.-.. (W.Bradford) 0 Mr Douglas Baird's br f Santa Palma, by bt. Simon-Palinflower ... • ... (J. Calder) 0 Mr 11. T. Barclay's eh f Excise, by Exning— F»lawe (G. Brown) 0 Mr D. Cooper's b f Float, by Sheen—Footlights (J, Watts) 0 Mr If oulds worth's br f Cheery, by Bb. Simon —.Sunrise (W. Pratt) 0 Lord Londonderry's b f S»intfield, by St. Simou— D.usy Chain (Rickaby) 0 Mr H. M'Calmoct'B eh f Pet of the Chase, by Peter— Diana (T. Loates) 0 Mr L. de Ttothschild's br f mica, by St. Simon— Biserta „ (Fiulay) 0 Prince SoltykofPs b f Sati, by Satiety—Charming (Allsopp) O Duke of Westminster's b f KiusiDg Cup, by Hampton— Sterling Love . ... (M.. Cannon) 0 Lord Zetland's eh f Paatorella, by Springfield -Griselda (G. Chaloner) 0 Mr Jersey's eh f Bride of the Sea, by Crafton or Trayles— Seabreeze (White) 0 Bettinp : 7 to 2 agst Float, 5 to 1 Utica, 6 to 1 Kissing Cup, 10 to 1 Butterfly, 100 to 8 Excise, Galcittiu, Pet of tha Chase, and La Sagesap, 100 to b' Sauta l\»lm<i, 20 to 1 Saintfield, Cheery, Gas, Kati, and Pastorella, 40 to 1 Bride of the Sea. Float made running from Butterfly, Utica, Excise, and Saintfield, thesa being closely attended by Kissing Cup, Galeottia, and Gas, with Santa Palma, 1 a Sagesse, and Pastorellsv the whippersiD. This order was maintained for nearly five furlongs, when Butterfly deprived Float of the command, and they came to the Bushes in advance of Utica, Gas, Galeottia, and La Fagesso, with Kissing Cup and Sainlfield at the head of tho othrs. In descending the lull Float gave wav, and just before entering the Abin"don Mile Bottom Utica held a slight lead from Gaa, Butterfly. Galeottia, and La Sagesse, the others, with the exception of Paatorella, Saintfield, and Kigfing Cup, rapidity dropping away from this point. In breasting tUo lull Gas headed Utica, and Buttciily clung to them for another hundred yards, when Galeottia was sent out aud at once took up the running. Her advance had been shaved by La Sagesse, who failed nevertheless to k«ep up the attack, and improving upon her advantage Gal«-ottia ultimately won by thiee lengths ; La Sagess« secured second money by aalf a length, with Butterfly and Utica fourth and fifth close up. At a cleat interval Pantorella was sixth, Saintheld seventh, Excisa eighth, Kissing Cup ninth, Pat of the Chase tenth, and Santa Palma aud Cheery tailed off. Time, lmin 47isec. Value of tho stakes, £i 550.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2157, 27 June 1895

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2157, 27 June 1895

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