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RACING IN ENGLAND

GOODWOOD. Tuesday, July 30. Ham Stakes, of 950sovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y C. (six furlong*). Duke of We-> trains^' i's> br c Labrador, by Sheen —Ornament, 8.8 (M. CanuoD) 1 Duke of Devonsuire'a b f Buvgonet, 8 7 (G. Chaloner) Duke of Portland's br f Golden Moments, 8.4 (T. lxates) 3 JLa ToiEon dOr, 8 4 (F. All-opp) 0 J3ouuie Fortune, 5.7 (F. Fin.ay) 0 Betting : 3to 1 on Labrador, 8 to 1 agst Burtonet. The favourite wa3 sharply ridden to the distance, where he off* ctua'ly collared Burgonct, and yon clf-vorly at lapt by three parts of a length. Stewards' Oup, value :^Wtovs, added to a handicap sweepstakes of lOsov* eauh ; the second received 50»ovs. T.Y.O. (six fuilongs). *Ir A. F. BasseU's eh f Wifja Virgin, by Wisdom-Elizabeth, 3yrs, 6.6... (H. Tcon) 1

Mr J. O. Windover's eh c TJn^jyided, 4yrs, 7.5 (F. AUsopp) 2 Baron dc Rothschild's blk h Amandicr, seed, 710 (F. Finlay) 3 Bent Worth, 3yre, 7.10 (W Bradford) 0 Rod Heart, 3yrs, 8.7... ~. ... (M. Cannon) 0 Aniphidamns, 4yrs, C.12 „. (X Cannon) 0 Goldsn Koeign. lyrs, 7.1 (S. Chandley) 0 Bears' Opera, 4yrs, 7.3 „. (O. Madden) 0 The Lombard, 3vr», 8.1 „ «. (T. Loates) 0 Gancway, syra, 9.C ... «. ...(J. Watts) 0 &terltaSyr*;B 4 .. .. -. (F. Pratt) 0 Satirical, 4yrs. 8.2 (J- Fagian) 0 Mena, Byra, 8.0... -, (A. White) 0 dwyd, 4yrs. 7.10 ... ,~ ...(S. Loates) 0 Chasseux, 3jh, 7.2 ... ... (H. Ohalonor) 0 Mecca, 4yrs, 7.1 ... ~. .- < c -J Vard ? S Bard of Avon. 4yr 3 , 6.9 „. ... (Payne) 0 Arcano. 4yrs. G 7 ... _ ... (W. Cooper 0 Randerling, 4yrs, 6.fi ... ,M, M ... (Croft) 0 El Gaucho, 4yrs, 6.4 t .. ( Xa ° wl f'> °, lloy»l Rose, 3yre, 6.1 ... «- ... Would) 0 Royal Corrie, 3yrs, 6 0 (Bundy) 0 Betting : 6 to 1 agst Undecided, 9 to 1 Auaandier, 100 to 8 Wise Virgin. . On rea-iiinß the rails Undecided took up the running, attended by Bentworth to the diitance. Hare Bentworth began to tire, and with Wise Virgin collaring Undecided they finished the race in exciting btyle from Mr Trimmers colt and Ainandier, the north-country horse, in spite of a determined struggle to the end, succumbing by a short head. Value of the stakes, X 657. Richmond Stakrs. of 827sovg. For two-year-olde. T.Y.C (six furlougs). H R.H the Prince of Wales"s b c Persimmon, by St. Simon-l'erdita If, 9.4 (J. Watts) 1 Mr D mglas Biird'a b or br c Champfleune, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 2 Duke of Portland's b c His Reverence, 8.13 (S Loates) 3 Spook, 9 4 ii FVF V Pr J tt l n Devoue, 8.13 ■ U- L»tes) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 on Persimmon, 4 to 1 agat * A quarter of a mile from home Spook and Devoue were. in difficulties, and Poimmon readily shook off the challenge of fJhampilourie by a length. Value of the stakes £827. Ghatwicke Stakes, of 400aovs. For three-year-olds. One mile aui a-half. Lord Alington's b c Matchmaker, by Donovan —Match Girl, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Hindlip's b f Penfeather, 8.10 (W. Bradford) 2 B-ttine • 100 to 8 on Matclunnkcr, who held a long lead for a mile, when l'enfeathar reduced the gap, but was well beaten at tha distance, and j succumbed by three lengths. Wkdnksday, July 31. t Sussex Stakes, of 6?7bovij. For three-year-olds. New mile. Dnke of Portland's b c Troon, by Hampton— AUla-.ta 9.1 M Watts) 1 Mr L Brassy's b c Pride 8.3 (W. Bradford) 2 Lord Alingten's b c Matchmaker, 91 (M. Cannon) 3 St. Johann, 8.3 (O. Maiden) 0 Dross, 8.3 , (F. AllsiOT) 0 Betting : 7 to 4 agst Matchmaker, 2 to 1 Pride, 9 to 2 Troon. . , Piidc had no sooner pulled himself level with Matchmaker at tho diiUncs than Troon challeneed^ The three then raced home together, and with Matchmaker requiriug an occasional tap to keep him straight he lost second by a head to Pride, while Troon just won by the same. Ggodwooo Stakes (handicap), of 51550v3. Two miles and a-half. Captain Marhsll's b c Campaiujo, by Isobar— Evening Chim«s. 3yrs, 7.0 ... (C. Ward) 1 Lord Derby's b c Oleander, 3yrs, (5 B("NewmaD) 2 Mr K. Bon'ner's eh h Merry wise, syrs. 7.5 (U. Madden) 3 Seville, syr?, 6 6 (H. Toon) 0 Corobury. 4yrs. 7.11 (li Covey) 0 Melton Prior, 4yr<J, 6.10 (K. Cannon) 0 Sicristy, 4yrs, 6.8 (H. Giimshaw) 0 Betting at the start : 9to 4 agst Merry wise, 6to I CauipaDajo, 100 to 8 Oleander. At the entrance to the rails Carapanajo had deprived Oleander of the leading beith, and with Mtrrywise vainly attempting to overhaul them, Captain Machell'a colt won easily by four lengths. Time, 4miu 59^ec. Value of the stakes, £515. Lavant Stakes, of 71530 v». For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. LirJ Crowe's b f Flitters, by Galopin— lcrne 8)3 (S. Loat'.s) t Duke of Westminster's br f Omladina, by Royal Hamptoa— Geheimnius, 8 9 (M. Cannon) t Prince of Wales's b f Chinkara, 8 6 (T. J. Calder) 3 Bay Ronald, 8.12 ... ... (W. Bi^ford*) 0 Maiestueuse, 8.13 (II inlay) 0 RuuneUtone, 8.9 (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Omladina, 5 to 2 Chiukara, II to 2 Majeetueuße, 10 to 1 Flitters. Flittws tied the favourite in the last stride, with Chinkara a length and a-half from the pair. The stakes were divided. Thursday, August 1. Rous Memorial Stakus, of 10S7sovi For two-yoar-olds. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Mr L. do IlothechUd's b c Gfcleazzo, by Galopm — Bira, 810 (T. Loates) 1 Sir J. Bluniell Maple's eh f Bain Dance, 8.4 (W. Bradford) 2 Prince of Wales's b c Courtier, 9 0 (J Watts) 3 Brocoli<uid<s. 8.7 (M Cannon) 0 Lady Enue, 8.7 ... .- ... (F. Finhy) 0 Ooff*o Coder, 8.10 (O. Madden) 0 ' Colt by Wisdom, dam by Hermit, 8 7 (F. Allsopp) 0 Bitting : 7 to 4 on Galeazzo, 4 to 1 ag«t Brocelinnde. At the distance Courtier teok a slight lead of Barn Dance, and they were iru mediately challenged by Galc*zz), who in a rattling finish stayed oft and landed the o Uls by a heal PniNCE oi' Wai.ks'B Stakes, of 209sovs each: the second rec-.-ived 400uovs, and the third [ saved stake. For two- j tar olds. T.Y.C. (six I furlongs). Mr Douglas Baird's b or br f S*nta Maura, by St. bimon— l'almfiower, 8.11 (O Cb -loner) 1 Duke of Westminbter's br c Labrador, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr R. H. Combe's b c Dynamo, 9 0 (F. Rickaby) 3 His Reverence, 9.0 (« Loates) 0 FiUGnlopin, 9 0 (J. Watts) 0 Serpentine, 8.8 (T. Loatci) 0 Brtting : 5 to 4 on Labrador, 100 to 30 agst Santa Maura, 20 to 1 Dynamo (o). At the distance Labrador palpably hung fire, and althoutth he managed to secure second money from Dynamo by a head, Santa Maura steadily improved her position, and won by two lengths. Value of the etaku, £3000. Goodwood Cup, value S'.Mhovs, addel to a sweepstakes of 20sov» each. Two miles and a-lnlf. Prince of W -It-s's br c Florizcl 11, by St. Simon — I'erdita 11. 4yrs, 9.6 (J. Watt*) 1 Lord Penrhyn'sch h 'ihessalian, 6yr-, 9 2 (M. Cannon) 2 They cantered together to the stand whfii Florizel 11, who has an objection to nuke his own running, tiied to stop by swerving toward the mils. He afterwa-ds settled down in front with a clear lead, and settling Tncasalun after going little more than a quarter of a milo won, pulling up, by eight leugtlis. Fiud.vy, August 2. Molecomb Stakes, of GSO-iove. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (s x furlongs). Duke of Westminster's eh c ltmnpiou, by iSinphion— Rydjl, 8.12 (.M. Cannon) 1 Mr H. M'Calmont's eh c Favereham, 8.12 (I 1 . Loates) 2 Duke of Devonaliiie's b f Burgonet, S i) (G. Chaloner) 3 Earwig, 812 (Allsopn) 0 San Stefano, 5.12 (Rickaby) 0 Loie Fuller, 8.!) (F. Fin ay) 0 Marius 11, 812 (S. Loutes) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst Faversham, 100 to 30 Burgonet and Rampion. Catching Faversham a few stiides from home Rampion won a good race by a neck. Nassau Stakes, of 490aovs. For three-year-olde. Old mile. Mr L. Brassey's b f Butterfly, by HamptonMerry Duche3s, 9.8 (W.Bradford) 1

Mr W. Low's cb. f Garter Queen, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 2 Betting : 8 in 1 on Garter Queen, who held a c 7 -ear lead until a quarter of & mila from home, when Butterfly drew up, and with the favourite running very ungeuoioualy the odds were bawled over by a length and a-half. DONCASTETt. Thursday, Sbptemdkr. 12. St. Leoer Stakes, of 25sovs each ; the owner of the eecond horse to receive 200aovs, ami the owner of the third lOOaovs from the slakes. For threa-year-olds. Old St. Ltger course (abDut one mile six furlongs and 13'2yd8.) Lord Rosebery's b c Sir Vhto, by Biircaldine— Vista, 9 0 1 Mr W. M. G. S-'nger'sch c Teloacope, by Tyrant —Astrology, 9 0 2 Mr L Brasscy's b f Butterfly, by Hampton— Me-ry Duchess, 811 3

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RACING IN ENGLAND, Otago Witness, Issue 2169, 19 September 1895

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