RACING IN ENGLAND.
STOCKTON. Tur.^DAY, August 20. Wynyard Plate, of SlCsovs. For two-year-olde. J'~l \r*i furlongs. Lord Lond'jndorrj 's br f Serfdom, by St Serf — B«i1 rice, 8.5 (T. Loates) 1 Mr J. G. Meuzies'e eh c King of Pcorls 8.8 (Finlay) 2 Mr J. Lowthcr's eh c Mahmoud, 8.8 (S. Loste") 3 Automatons, 9 2 ... (Colling) 0 Love Lane, 8.8 (Pagan) 0 Golden Bud, 8.5 (S. Chandley) 0 Bttti»g : 11 to 8 on Serfdom and 3to 1 AutomfttcHid. Won easily by a length ; hidf a length separated the eeooud »n-'1 tin id. Wednesday, August 21. Great Northern I eobr, of 787sova. For threeye^r olds. One mile and five furlongs. Lord Z'tland'a b f Nighsan, by Galoirfn— Balmoral, 84 (S. Loates) 1 Mr J. Joieey's b c Tyranny, 8.12 .. (T. Lowtcs) 2 Sir R. Janiina's br c B*i&rdak, 8.7 (Fiolay) 3 C'lujwndio, 9.5 (G. Chaloner) 0 Mat»l«jle, f1.12 (F. PmtO 0 Be'tiog: 15 to 8 agst Campanajo, and 10 to 1 Nij;hean and Tyranny. At the distance Campanajo had rfiot his l>olt, and >Ji*h»an drawing ti the front won by half a length ; two lengths divided the second and third. Hardwicke Stakes, of /47*ovs. For two-year-old«. Six furlongs. Lord Londondeny's eh f Nenemobsha, by llllgio^c<rpc■ — Wtnorwh, 9.5 ... (Y. Loates) 1 M. h. Lwbaudy's eh f Curfew Chimes, 8.3 (S. Loates) 2 Mr N. B. Johnston's eh f Carnage, 8.3 (Finlay) 3 Nicholas, 8.3 (Kendal) 0 Iwpatient. 8 3 ... (F.ig.»n) 0 Bcriven-r, 8.3 ... (F. Oal.orne) 0 Belting : 5 to 4 on Nenenioosha, 3 to 1 agst Carnage, ana 5 to 1 Cuifew Chimes. Woo by a neck ; thred lengths separated the second and third. YORK. Tubsday, August 27. Prtnck or Walks's Piath, of SDOsovs. For twoyi ar-old-. Five fu lon)?8 44yds. Mr Thet'bUi'a b f Lady Sii'-an, by St. Simon — Bonnie SmxvJ. 8 4 (Allsopp) 1 Mr J. G. Menzi'-b's eh c King of Pearls (Fag»n) 2 Mr J. W.lUce's b c Spook, 9.5 ... (F. Pratt) 3 Ix»rd Htrvcy, 8 7 (Bradford) 0 Filly by Meny HaniDton— For Ever, 8 5 (M Cannon) 0 Runnelstone, fi.7 (T. Loatca) 0 Bonnie Briar, 8 4 (S. Chandley) 0 Arabella 8 9 (S Lo*ks) 0 Mal«mnud, 8 7 (J. Woouburn) 0 Merohiston, 9.1 (Colling) 0 B<-ttiug: 3 to 1 agst Lord Hervey «\nd 9 to 2 Lady Susan. Won by a length and a-half ; twice as far between second and third. Yorkshire Stakes, of 515sovs. One mile and a-quarte?. LorJ Zetland's b f N>ghean, by Galopln—Balmoial, 9.1 (S. Loates) 1 Dtike of W.t.tminetci's b f Kissing Cup, 8 10 (M. Cannon) 2 Lord Stanley's b f Gol4tm Bla«i, 8.10 (Rlokjby) 3 Naan»h. 9.1 (F. B BUck) 0 Addrrley, 8.10 (Biadford) 0 Tonta, 8.13 (Woodburo) 0 Betting ; 11 to 10 ag6t Naanah, and 5 to 1 NLihviaii. Won by a length and a-half. Time, 2min 8 3Ce«;. Wednesday, August 28. Convivial Produce Stakes, of 4 f osovs. For two-ye*r-olde. Five furlongs 44y<;«. Lord Zetland's b f Jolly Boat, by Punz-JTJchiff — Snnta Felice, 8.6 <S Loates) 1 Mr M. Drtwfion's b c Oanobie Lea, 8.9 (Allsopp) 2 Won easily. Great Ebor Handicap Pl^te, of fl23sovs. One mil" and thive-quarteis. ' Sir R J»rdine'fi eh h Llanthony, 1.-y Ormonde —Agnes Bent inck, Gyrs, 7.6 ... (IT. Finlay) 1 Mr C. S. New ton's b c Dumbarton, 4yrs, 8.7 (W. Bradford) 2 Sir S. Scott'w b c Boxer, 3yrs, 7.10 (O. Madden) 3 Indian Chief, 6yw, 6.3 (H. Gould) 0 Kyle, Ojtf, 7.0 (Gourli) 0 Houndsditch, aged, 7.4 (T. Loates) 0 Qoilon, syrs, 7.11 (S. Loat^) 0 Sweden, syrs, 6.5 (W. S^ndersoj) 0 Cornbu-y, 4yrs, 6.6 (H. Covey) 0 Pinipa, 4yrs, 7.1 (S. Chandley) 0 Newcourt, aged, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 0 St. Mark, 4jw, 6.3 (C Ward) 0 Snape, 3yrs, 6.0 (T. Smith) 0 Betting : 7 to 2 agst Boxer, 5 to 1 Dumbarton, and 6 to 1 Llanthony. P.elow the distance Kyle resigned to the three placed, of whom Llanthony had no sooner collared the favourite than the latter likewise gave way to Dumbarton, and bo the race ended, Llanthony winning by three lengths, with half as far between secoud and third. Time, 3min 23s ec Thursday, August 29. Yorkshire Stakes, of 637sovs. For three-year-olds. One mile and three-quarters. Sir R. Jardine's br c Briardale, by Iliversdale— Brionv, 8.5 (F. Finlay) 1 Lord Zetland's b c Seaholm, 8.12 (S. Loates) 2 Mr Fairies b c Solaro. 8.12 ... (M. CaDnon) 3 Betting : 6 to 5 on Solaro, and 13 to 8 agst Briardale. Long before reaching the bend Solaro was in hopeless difficulties, and the last hundred yards saw him lose second money to Suaholm by three lengths, Briardale winning easily by the same distance. Gimcrack Stakes, of 475sovs. For two year-olds. Five furlongs 41yds. Mr H. M'Calmont's chf Amphora, by Amphion —^ierr», 9 2 (T. Loates) 1 Mr J. Lowther'B b f Impatient, 8.4 (S. Loates) 2 Mr F. Alexander's eh c Bob White, 8.7 (G. Chaloner) 3 Carriden, 8.7 ... .„ M ... <F. Finlay) 0 Cbampfleurie, 8.7 r.i ••'• ...<M- Cannon) 0 Bueen Isolde, 9.0 .^ ,« ... (Bradford) 0 thery, 8 4 ... „. U ...(Woodburn) 0 Cormorant, 8.7 ... r*. ... (Rickaby) 0 Harp Or, 9.3 ... „. M , (Fagan) 0 Weeper, 8.4 ... J» (Allsopp) 0 Berkeley, 8.7 ... M . ... .(0. Madden) 0
Betting: 7 to 4 agst Champfleurie, 6to 1 Amphorn, aud 10 to 1 Impatient aivl Bob White. Impatient caraa ou from Amphora, Bob White, an'l Charor fleario *o the distance, whon Mr K'Calmonts fllly tcok the load, and won easily ) a length. DERBY. Tuesday, September 3. Foal Stakes, of 102550v3. For two-year-olda. Five fuibnga. I H. Farqulmr's b c The Ouaclc, by Friar's Ba'sani, dam by Galopin Mother Superior. 8.13 (Riukaby) 1 Mr J. Daly's br c, by Atholing— Hasty Girl, 8 5 (F.Pratt) 2 Duke of Portland's eh f Eisteddfod, 7.13 (11. Chaloner) 3 Cushendftll, 813 (T. Loites) 0 Bam Dance, 8.10 (Br.Hford) 0 Fairy King, 8.2 (Cilder) 0 Burgonet, 8.7 (G. Chaloner) 0 Weeper, 7.13 (UUopp) 0 Radiata,B.7 (M. Cfts.nsn) 0 C-yst-il I'nlace, P. 5 .;. «, ... (ITad^on) 0 Bonnie Briar, 8.2 (Fii>lay) 0 Red Knight. 8.2 (Huet) 0 Hemstitch, 8 2 (Woodburn) 0 Drt>nm Dance, 7.13 (S. Loa*o<) 0 Belting : 9 to 4 ogst The Quack, G to 1 E steddfoJ, and 8 to 1 Has y Girl colt. A quarter of a mile horn home, The Quack challenged Basty Girl colt, who sjir^wled badly under pressure and succumbed at the finish by a couple of length 3. Wednesday, Skptemder 4. Biennial Foal Stakes, of M)ssovb. For thrco-ycar-olds. One mtle. Colonel North's eh c Red HuaTt, by Hilarious or Cherry lUpu— Tha Kivbinc. 8.10 (t 1 inlay) 1 Mr A. F. Btsjet's eh f Wiw Virgin, 8.12 (M. Cannon) 2 Lord Loadondeiry's b f Saintfield, 8.9 fßick^by) 3 Lord Hindlip'a Pen feather, 8.12... (Bradford) 0 Bs.lwe.ry, 8 5 (G ChV.oner) 0 Catkin, HA (T. Lo<itc)- 0 Noah's Ark, 8 7 (F. Prat)" 0 FuU of Fnshion, 8 4 (C. Lo^tcs) 0 Betting : 6 to 5 on Wise Virgin, and ICO to 30 agst Red Heart. Won cleverly by three-parts of a length. WEIGHTS, ACCEPTANCES, &c. D.JC. SPMNG MEETING. The following entries wero rec«ired by Ibe Dnuedin Jockey Club on Saturday oigh* for tic Sprbg meeticg on Novembsr 27, 29, and 30:SPRING HURDLE rA"DICAr, Of 80sovs. Two milo« Rnd a distance. Invader Brin Osnian Il»bel Freeborn Mninatny Lupii3 Libera'or Ja-k liarkaway Wardance Empire Clarence Smuggler. M.U«»VN TWO YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, Of Sflsuvß. Four furlong*. Bell, clair Irish Girl Hotchkles-Btanca St. Ouida DecMMion filly Shooting Star ML>fc Ouirapsier— RowTitania lilly Spectrum rins lilly Stershot (yonspirntor lluiquis of ZetBog«ti<g mg PivU-and-Toes land Lord Ro9«lyn R«i.tic Legion of Honour Firtfly. ST ICILDA WJBLTEB HANDICAP. Of 100.-OV3. One mile. Cruchfield Artilleur Silver Spec Ciaos Claremont Magazine HftTiiilton Speculator Ambin-h Vi-.t.im Go >d wood Salvo Bay Bell Bisley Solano Totca Marino Stockfish Musket Maiemraa nappy L'ream Vanr ykc. TALLY HO HURDLE HANDICAP, Of 70sovs. Ore m>l-j and a-half. Invader Biin Liberator Kcbel Smuggler M.iinsfay Lupus Clarence Saunteter Freeborn Ward*nca Kmpiio O*nian Jack Hnrkaway. OASLOW PLATE, Of 130covs. Ons mile and a quarter. Skirmi<*her Eur clydoa G»psy Grand M»rino Mauser Hipporuonea Pi-ims Warden Mannlicher. TROTTING HANDICAP, Of (.Oiovs. Two miles. The Duchepe J. H. " Warkio Jane Dou/las Sail Home Wild Irishwan tWdy's Mother Telephone Houont Wilka J*nper Little Fairy Beac&mfield Huatley Repealer Birthday Ja»e Gentle Zephyr Count Little Pet Nilreb Spy Frolicsome Bedale. PACIFIC HURILE HANDICAP, OfCflaovs. Two mil -s. Invader Brin Osman R--bel Freeborn Mwaatay Lupus Liberator J*ok Harka'way Wardanco Empire CUieacc Smuggler. GLASGOW PLATE, Of StWaovs. I^ivc furlong 3. Black and Red St. Clements «t. Leger— Bangle St. Ouida Bombshell fllty Marlin Ambush Suracen Mist Musketry I cgion of Honour Gip-y G and SHverßpec Artillery -11t»uia Lord Rosslyn Mauser filly Hippetnenes. TROtTINO HANDICAP, Of 50k>v8. One mile and a-half. The Duchess J»ck tho Ripper Count Tickler Jaue Douglas Nilreb Spy Birthday Colonel Hon st Wilks J. U. , Duchess Little Fairy Be^c-nsfield Tommy Dunbar Bedale Charcoal Gentle Zephyr Jasper Andante Little. Pet Creole Microbe Contractor Paddy's Mother.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2174, 24 October 1895
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2174, 24 October 1895
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