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Friday, Ocxobbr 11. Middle Park Plate, of SOOtsovs, added to a sweeps stnlusof 30sovseach. For two-year-olds. Six furlong-<. Mr L. de Rothschild's br c St. Fruiquin, by St. Simon- Isibel, 9.3 (F. Pratt) 1 Dukeof Wcstminster'sbr f Omladina, by Roy«l Hampton— Geheimniss, 9.0 ... (M. Cannon) 2 H R. H. the Priuce of Walvs's b c Persimmon, by St. Simon -l'ordtta 11, 9.3 ... (J. Watts) 3 Mr H. M'Cjlrcont's b c Knight of the Thistle, by Rjsebery— The Enipreis Maud, 819 (I 1 . Loates) 0 Mr TI. E. Bedilington's blk or br c Earwijr, by Hampton— Wriggle, 9.0 - (FinUy) 0 Mr C. J. Blake's eh c Claros, by Conservator or Gallinule- Sibyl, 8.10 (Calder) 0 Mr L. Biuiwey's b c Bay Ronald, by Hampton —Black Diiches?, 8.10 (Bradford) 0 • Duke of Devonshir-'s b c Balsamo, by Friar's rtaisam— Snood, 8.10 (Kagan) 0 Mr Wallace Johu&ton's b c Mimic, by Gulopin — Mirai, 9.0 (Alhopp) 0 Duke of Poitland's eh f Eisteddfod, by retraich—Modwcna, S.ll (Madden) 0 Mr Theobald's b c Bucephalus, by Surefoot— Bicak fast, 810 (Rickaby) 0 Sir J. Kclk's b c Father Tharae I*,1 *, by Hampton — Men y Duchess, 810 ... • (G. Chaloner) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agsfc Persimmon, 5 to 2 Omladiun, 4 to I St. Frusquin, 10 to 1 Ea-wic, 100 to 9 OUios, 20 to 1 any oilier. The line was almost porfict for a couple of hundred yuids, when Bdlsimo took up the ruontcg from Sfc. Frut-quin, Periiiumon, and Omladina. Close \ip with these laid Mimic, E'.irwifr, Bucephalus, Claroi, and Knight of the Thistle, while Father Thames, who had been well placed at the outset, gradually dropped into the rear. Before reachiug the Bushes the fro t rank began to uuJcigu seyoial changes, and on tho top of the hill OmUdina was leadiiii? fiom St. Fiueqni* at | the name time that Ikilsaiuo rcigued to Per&immon and Mimic, with Knight of the Thistle, Buce»>lulus, and En wig all of a heap of the remainder. Just before enteiing the Abingdop Mile Bottom Pertimmon and Mimic were to dirfi. culties, and with Uiulauna and St. Fru.squin tteadily drawing away from them, the latter colhred the Kvugscl-r<j filly lOOjds from home rfnd won veiy cleverly at the finish by half a length. Persimmon \yas third, at au interval of four lenetln, with Knitfhffof the Thistlo close up fourth. Bil-»nio fifih, Mimic sixth, Bucephalus sevrfnth, Evrwig eighth, aud F^thi-r Thaims la«t. Time, lmin 10'J.icc. Value of the stakes, £23b'5.

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RACING IN ENGLAND. NEWMARKET., Otago Witness, Issue 2179, 5 December 1895

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RACING IN ENGLAND. NEWMARKET. Otago Witness, Issue 2179, 5 December 1895