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RACING IN ENGLAND.

ASCOT. Tobsday, June 18. (Ascot Stakes, of 20sovs each, -with lOOOsovs added ; the second received 200covs and the third lOOsovs out ofthe stake 3. About two in les. C vtain Mnchell's br h Ravensbury, by Isononr. — Penitent, syrs 9 9 (M. Cannon) 1 jH. Niguet's eh cSancho Panza, 4yrp, 7 3 (L\ Loates) 2 ;Mr W. M. Redfern's bh Fatherless, syrs, 6.4 (U. Grimßhaw) 3 6yrs, 7.13 (F. Finlay) 0 Ttirnini, 4yrs, 6.2 (H Gould) 0 ( Gleainaway, syrß, 7.6 (S. Lcates) 0 tSev.lle, syrs. 6 7 (11. Toju) 0 *A«troscope, 3jr5,6.0 (Ward) 0 .Medici, syrs, 6.<T (H. Marsh) 0 Batting : 85 to 40 agst Ravensbury, 3to 1 Sancho Tar.za. 100 to 8 Fatherless. In the line for home Rimini collapfei, and Ravensbury then waited upon Fatherless and .Portland, full of "go," to the distance, when he iquitted them and easily resisted the challenge of Sanvho Panza from the end of the lane by a length and a-half ; two lengths between second -aw) third. Time, 3min 37sec. Value of the stakes, '£1085. -Coventry 'Stakes, of 172450v5. For two-year-olds. T.Y.U. (rive furlongs and l-6yd«)-*H>R H.the Prince of Wales's b c Persimmon, by St. Simon— Perdita 11, 9.0 ... (J. Watts) 1 Sir F. Johnstone's eh f Meli-fltelo, 8.11 (<?. Loates) 2 .JJ[rR.-H. Combe's b c Dynamo, 9 0 (F. Rickaby) 3 Guli'tan, 9.0 , (P. Finlay) 0 .lUmpion, 9.0 (M- Cannon} 0 /Eoioyment, 8.11 (F AlUopp) 0 •Snowy Corrie -.8.11 (T- Loate*) 0 8.11 (G. Chaloner) 0 Bettinc;:.2to lvagst Persimmon, 3 to 1 Men Jtfelo, 100 to 12 Dynamo. Percimmon was followed by Snowy Corrie "Dynamo, and Gulistan to the distance, when *Mcli Melo drew into second pla"e, but was un•able to make the least impression upon Per--siuimon. who -won in grand style by three lengths ; a length between second and third. Value of tho Btake, £172 1. -dSa&D Vase, value 200sovs, given by her Majesty, With 20030VS for the winner, and lOOsovb for

the second ; added to a sweepstake of 2050v3 each. Twomiles. Prince of Waters b or br c Floiizel 11, by St.

Simon— Perdita 11, 4yrs, 9 5 ... (J. Watts) 1 Sir S. Scott's b c Boxer, 3yrs 7.8 (T Loates) 2 Mr F. Alexander's b h Sonof-a-Gun, syru, 9.9

(M. Cannon) 3 Mr C. P. Shrubb's Insurance, aged, 9 4 (G Chaloner) 0 "Betting : 6 to 5 on Florizel II 5 to 2 agst Son of-a-Gun, 7 to 2 agst Boxer. The favourite won easily at last by a length ; three lengths between second and third. Time, 3min Slsec. Prince of Wales's Stakes, of 185050v3. For three-year-olds. New course (about one mile and five furlon»s). Lord Alington's b or br c Matchmaker, by Donovan Match Girl, 8 3 ... (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Ellesmere's eh c M'Ne-l. 8.10 (S. Loates) 2 Mr Jersey's eh f Bride of the Sea, 7.12 (T. Loates) 3 Oleander, 8.13 ... „. ... (F. Rickaby) 0 Kilogram, 810 (T. J Calder) 0 Master Minting, 8.3 (O. Madden) 0 Betting : 6 to 5 on Matchmaker, 4 to 1 agst M Neil, 10 to 1 agst Bride of the Sea. Matchmaker and M'Neil came away by themselves fruni the diitance, and with M'Neil hanging fire when fairly pinched, Matchmaker at once made a gap and won by three lengths ; six lengths between second and third. Time, 2niin 55sec. Value of the stakes, £ISSO.

Wednesday, June 19.

Royal Hunt Cup, a piece of plate value GOsovs, with ISOOfOVS, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each, h. ft ; .tbcst.cond received 3l>oaovs and the third -lOOaovs out of the stakes. New mile (seven furlongs and 166jds) Mr A. F. T3asset,'s eh c Clorane, by Castlereagh -May Girl, 4yrs, 8.11 (M. C»nn-.n) 1 Mr T. Worton's eh h Victor Wild, syra, 9.6 (G Chaloner) 2 Mr H. M'Calmont's b f Irish Car, 4yr.«, 6.5~ (Knowles) 3 Bloodthirsty, 4yrs, 6.3 (W. Newman) . 0 Dumbarton, 4yis, 8.4 (S Loatea) 0 Le3terlin. 3yrs, 8.0 (W.Clayton) 0 Min'law, 4yra, 7.10 (W. Bradford) 0 KedHeait, 3yrs, 7.10 (F. Alkopp) 0 Amandier, aged, 7.10 ... ... (1". Loaies) 0 Court B.ill, 4yr«, 7.4 (F. FinUy) 0 Athol, 6yis, 7.1 ... (S. Chandlt-y) 0 Ui.ited, 4yrs. 6.13 (C. Ward) 0 Golden Ensign, 4yrs, 6.12 ... (H. » haloner) 0 Fealar, syrs>, 611 (W. Kendall) 0 Matabele, 3yre, 6.8 (H.Toon) 0 The Coisican, 3yrs, 6.7 .*.. ... (H. Marsh) 0 Marnovia, 4yrs, 6.11 (E (."'awte) 0 Amphidamas, 4yr?, 6.4 (K. Cannonl 0 Ariette, 3yr*, 6.3 (H Gould) 0 Pen feather, 3yrs, 6.2 ... (H. Grimshaw) 0 Batting : 11 to 2 agst Red Heart, 8 to 1 Victor WiM, 100 to 12 Clorane, 33 to 1 Iribh Car. A quarter of a mile from ho»:e, Rei Heart stood ctill. The next of tbe front rank to hang out signils of distiess wan L u sterlin, and with Amnndier ehallens.ed by Victor Wild at the di&tanre, Clorane at once shot up between the pair with Irish Cor and Bloodtbiisty extricating themselves from the ruck, in which Ariette and Matabele remained the most prominent. As Amandieraud Amphidarnasfell away from Victor Wild be was tackled by Cloiaue, and in an exciting finii-h between the pair the latter go' on terms 50yds from the chair and won by a short head. Value of the stakes, £2460. Coronation Stakes, of lOOsovs eacb, h ft , with 3uosovs aricled ; the Becond received 200sovs and the third saved stiko For threeyear old fillies. Old mile (one mile lCyd^). . Mr L. Brasrey's b f Butteifly, by nampton— M-rry Duohe«s. 8.3 .. (W Bradford) 1 Mr W. Low's eh f Gaiter Queen, 8 10 (M. CaDnon) 2 Sir J. Miller's bf Li Sagesse, 9.3 (S. Loates) 3 Gal-ottia, 9.3 (F. Pratt) 0 Gdliar.a,B 3 (T. l.oatcs) 0 Gol.lcn Rod, 8 10 (O. Madden) 0 Santa Palmer, 8.3 (T. J Calder) 0 Cheeiy, 8.3 (W. Pratt) 0 Gas, 8.3 (J. Fauan) 0 Sati, 8.3 (F. AUsopp) 0 Nighean, 8.3 (F. Finlay) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst L^ Sagesse, 11 to 4 Garter Queen, 100 to 12 Butterfly. At tbe distanc-- Gas and Galiana were in difficulties, and with Garter Queen finishing tamely, che was beaten three-parts of a lergth from Butterfly, in turn having a similar advantage over Li Sagesse. Value of the stakes, £3200.

TnunsDAY, June 20. Gold Cup, value 1000-ovs, with 2000sovs in addition, out of which the seoond received 50t>sovs and the third 250sovs ; added to a sweepstakes of SOsovs. About two miles and a-half. Mr 11. M'Calmont's b h'lsinglass, by Isonomy —Deadlock, syrs, 9.4 (T. Loates) 1 Baron de Hirsch'a b c Reminder, 4yrs, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Captain Machell's br h Kilsallajjhan, syrs, 9.4 (G. Chaloner) 3 Betting: 11 to 2 on I-inglass, 6 to 1 agst Reminder 33 to 1 Kilsullaghau. Kilsalaghan was followed at intervals of about three lengths by Isinglass and Reminder into the bwinley Bottom, when the pace improved. At the same time IsinglaßS drew nearer to Kilsallaghan and widened tho gap from Reminder, who wan taking matters quite easily. Between the brick kilns and the bend Ibiuglass clo°ed with Kilsallngban and slightly headed him iuto th.c straight, with Rtmindcr at their'heels. Below the distance KilHallaghan g*ve way, and thereupon Reminder made las effort to reach Isinglasa, which quickly evaporated, a»'d he was beaten easily by three lengths ; half as far between secoud-and third. Time, 4min 592-sse?. Value of the stakes, £2520. Rous Memorial Stakes, of lOsovs eacb, with lOOOsovs added ; the second received 100aovs. . New'mile (seven furlongs and 166' ids-). Mr H. MValmont's b c The Lombard, by Petrarch— Wealth. 3yre, 7 9 ..." (T. Loates) 1 Mr- Wallace John stone's b b Best Man, Syr*, 9 5 (F. Webb) 2 Lord Derby's b c Dingle Bay, 3yrs, 7.5 (S. Loates) 3 Betting : 9 to 2 on Best Man, 9 to 2 agst The Lombard. When The Lombard shot up to Best Man inside tbe distance the old horse did not respond too readily, and the odds were floored by a neck New Stakes, of lOsovs each, with 1000 ovsad<kd ; the second received 10 per cent, and the third 5 per cenb. on the whole stake. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlougs and 13Gyds). Sir J. Miller's br f Koquebrune, by St Simon —St. Marguerite, 8.7 (S. Loates) 1 Duke of Westminster's b c Shaidock, 8 10 ■ (M. Cannon) 2 Pricce of Wales's br f Thais, 8.7 (T. J. Colder) 3 Woodmancote, 8.10 (R. Colling) 0 Galeizzo, 8.10 (T. Loate*) 0 Mimic (lite Cronstadt), 8.10 ... (F. Allsopp) 0 Harp-Or, 8.10 • (G. Chaloner) 0 -Max, 8.10 (F. Rickaby) 0 Cby Bircaldine— Monte Rosa, 8.10 (C. Loates.) 0 Musidora, 8.7 (J. Fagan) 0 Serfdom, 8.7 (F Finlay) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agat Rcquebrune, 11 to 4 Thais, lOOtoSShaddock. Roquebrune came on from Thais until they were challenged by Shaddock, who besides splitting the pair, rapidly overhauled Roquebrune, and, .in spite of an exhibition of greenness, reduced the verdict to a head. Time, lminlG 2-ssec. Value of the stakes, £1894. St. James's Palace Stakes, of lOOsovs each, with 300sovs added ; second received 200sovs trnd the third saved stake. For three-year-olds Old mile (one mile and 15yds). Duke of Portland's b c Troon, by Hampton— Atalanta, 8 7 (°. Chaloner) 1 Lord Alington's b c Matchmakci, 9 0 (M. Cannon) 2 -Baron de Hhsch's bg St. Johann, 8 7 <O. Madden) 3 Pride (late Royal Pride), 8.7 „. (T. J. Calder) 0 Spur lioya', 8.7 (F. Allsopp) 0 Prince Simon, 9.0... ... ... (S. Loates) 0 Seahblm, 9.0 (F. Bickaby) 0 Auriga, 8 11... ..._ ... ... (T. Loates) 0 Galopin,B.7 (X Finlay) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst Matchmaker, 11 tD 2 Troon, 100 to 8 St. Johann. Matchmaker looked to have the race at .his mercy until challenged by Troon, when he

quickly knocked under and was defeated by a length. Value of the stakes, £1950.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2163, 8 August 1895

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