RACING IK ENGLAND.
FttiDAY, June 28. Clarence and Avondale Staices (handicap), of SOOOaovs. About ono mile aud one furlong. M. K. Lebaudy'o bor br c Pomade Divine, by Friar's Balaam— Patroness, 4yrs, 7.6
(S. Loates) 1 Sir J. BlundeH Maple's b c Kirkoonncl. 3yr«, 9.0 • * (Bradford)- 2 Major W. J. Joloty's b c Llnhope, 3yrs. 6.0 (H. Clialoner) 3 Slow Step, 3yr5,.&10 (F. Finlay) 0 Ingebrigt, 4yre, 8.10 (JXickaby) 0 M«<soa, 4yrs. 8.7 (T. Loates) 0 T«nl», 4yre, 8.7. (M. Canaou) 0 Oolt by Hampton— Bella Agnes, 4yrß, 8 4 (W.Pratt) 0 Melancholy, 4yrs, 8.1 (Brown) 0 iLoyal Otrtrie, Syrs, 8.0 (C«l<]or) 0 lord Roberts, Syrs, 7.9 (8. Chundlej) 0 Batttng : 100 to 30 agst Venia, 4 to 1 Pomade Divine, 9 to 2 Eirkconsel, 100 to 12 Lhiliope. Pomade Divine kept nearly clear of Linhope and Melancholy until a couple of hundred yards from home, when Kirkconn«l obtained an op?ning, and thence travelling very fast to the finish lie reduced the verdict to a head. Time, 2miu ■ifrtec. Value of the stakes, £2650. British Dohinion Two-year oltj Pack, of J)l4sovs. For two-year olds. Five furioocs. Duke of Westminsters b c Hartford, by St. Serf— Sandiway, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr E. H. Pottman's b c Tyrannical. 8.7 (T. J. Calder) 2 TSx E. Courage's eh c Funny Boat, 9.12 „ „ (G. Chaloner) 3 BothweD, 8.10 lAUeopp) 0 Turnham, 8.7 (Madd«n) 0
Tortreeß.2 («. hn&te*) 0 Becky Sharpe, 8.13 (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 11 to 8 agst Hartford. 100 to 8 Funny Boat, 100 to T Tyrannical. The four leaders were in a cluster to the distance, when Tyrannical recovered the command, Jmt Hartford continued to struggle on, and in a desperate finish won by a neck ; half a length between second and third.
Newmarket First July. Wednesday, July 3. , £ted Pbodooe Stakbs, -of lflsovs each, with 200sovs added. For two-year-olds. Chesterfield course (five furlongs). ! Mr Wallact Jobnetone's b c Canobie Lea, by Torpedo— Bride of Netherby, 8.2 (Allsopp) 1 H.R.H. the Prince of Walea'a b c Oourtiw. 9J. (J. Watts) 2 liord Ellesmere's br f Lady Nitbsdale, 8.4 (Woodburn) 3 California, 713 ... ... ... (T Liate*;) 0 Alberona, 7.13 (Bradford) 0 l#ock and Key, 8.4 (C»lder) 0 Ja Toisoa dOr, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 0 Veronesa, 8.4 (S. Loate»). 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Oanobie Lea, 7to 1 Courtier, 100 to 8 Lady Nithf-dale. Climbing the hill Cauobte Lea was challenged by Courtiar, La Toison dOr, and Lady Nithndalo, iiU be shook tbem off opposite the stand, and won by two lengths.
Thursday, July 4. iPIUNCKSS Of WaLES'S STAKES, of ]0,00&3OV8, of which the second received BOOsovb and the third 200dovs; the nominator of the winner and the nominator of the second 200sovB. For three and four year olds. One mile. SI l' F. Johnstone's b c Le Var, by Isonomy — St. Marguerite, Syra BJI ... (M. Cannon) 1 Mr Leopold de Rothschild's br f TJticn, 3yrs, 8 7 (B. Finlay) 2 Lord Ellesmere's eh f None the Wiser, 4vr», 9.8 (F. Webb) 3 Son o' Mine. 4vrs. 8.11 ._. .<F. Rickaby) 0 Gatloga, 3yrs t 8 3 (G. Chuloner) 0 Btr Viato, 3yvs 9.5 (J. Watts) 0 JMissal, 4yrs, 9.5 ... (Bradford) 0 Priestholme, 4yw, 9.11 ... ... (T. Wtes) 0 Choice, 3yrs, 8.10 ». (F Pratt) 0 Speed, 4yra, 9.11 (F. AlUopp) 0 Champs dOr, 3yrs, 8.2 (S Loates) 0 Betting : 6t050n Le Var, 10 to 1 ag«t None the Wi»er. 20 to 1 Utica. Choice hold command for five furlongs, when she gradually came back to Le Var and Son o' Mifte. Of thes« the favourite t«ok up the running At the corner of the ptaatatton attended by Son o' Sttiiwj, and with Sir Visto soon afterwards banging out signals of distress, they were pursued into the dfp by None the Wiser, Garlogs, and Utica. Le Var at the coamiencanicat of the enclosure had j drawn clear, and be won quite easily by a length. '
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RACING IK ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2165, 22 August 1895
RACING IK ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2165, 22 August 1895
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