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ENGLISH RACING.

„ AND PYTOHI EY. - April 2. North ahptonsh ike Siakks, of lOOOdovs (a handicap) ; the second received bOaovs. One mile and a-half and 206 yds. ' Lord W. Bereaford's b g Paris 111. by Grandmaster— Enone, aged, B.G „. (M. Cannon) 1 Mr C. Perkins's b h Dare Devil, aged, 8.4 (T J. Oalder) 2 Major Joicey's b c Lint ope, 4yrs, 6.12 (S. Chandlty) 3 Moor, 3yrs. 6.8 (Fearis) 0 Vie, 4yrs, 7.1 (R. Joues) 0 Merry win, 6yra, 8.0 (O. Madden) 0 Bach, ajed, 8.5 (S. Loatea) 0 Pilot, aged, 7 6 * (T Loates) 0 Sweet Anne Page, 4yrß, 7.10 (Woodburn) 0 Powick, 4yrß, 7.5 (H. Grimshnw) 0 Bl»ck Andrew, "Bytß, 7.'5 ... (F. Allsopp) 0 Nagporo, 3yrs, 15.8 (J. Huut) 0 Berkeley, 3yns, 6.5 . (K. Cannon) 0 ' Betting: 2 to 1 agsl Paris 111, 10 to 1 Daro Devil, 100 to 8 Liuho^o. Black Andrew, Pans 111, and Bach Jumped off in 'front of Berkeley and Moor, with Vie and Sweet Anne Page next, and Linhope last.. In turning otft of the Btraigbt, Black Andrew contnned to Jead f i om Berkeley, Moor, and Bach, and in their heels lay Nagnore, Paris 111, Sweet Anne Page, and Dare Devil, from Vie, M.«rrywiße, and I'owick, with Pilot und Linhope thrift t two. So they dif appeared into the dip on the far side, but bufore climbing the hill six furlongß from home Moor had assumed the command front Paris • 111, Black Andrew, and Berkeley, the middle lot beiig Dare Devil, J'ilot and Linliope. As they entered the straight Moor began to hold out signals of distress, and with his retreat he left Paris HI in fr.ont, puling double from Bacb, Dare Devil, and Linhope. The race was thence a procesKiori, for Although, when B-ich gave w»j< to Dare Devil and Linhope, Cannon tried to hold Paris 111 back .to them, it was an impossible tusk on his Eart, and the Australian won "running away" y six lengths; two lengths between eec^cd and third. Moor was fourth, Vie fifth, Merrywißß sixth, Bach seventh, Barkeley eighth, and Pilot ninth. Then at a wide interval" followed Nagpore and Sweet Anne Pago, with Powick aud Black Andrew tbe two lant. Time, 3min 7isec. Value of .the stakes, £y25. NEWMARKET CRAVEN. Tuesday, 'April 14. Biennial Stakes, of 485>ova. For three-year-olds R.M., one mile 11yds. MrTi de Rothschild's b c Galeazzo, by Gstlopin — Eiva, 9.5 (T. Loates) 1 Sir J. Blnndell Maple'B br, c Palavorer, 8 9 (Bradford) 2 Duke of Westminster's b f Attainment, 8. 10 , (M. Cannon) 3 Mr J. H. Houldsworlh's Positano. 8.9 , (F. Pratt) 0, Betting : 6 to i agat Attainment, 13 to S Gale- , ftZZO. , In descending the hill Attainment gradually fatted out otthe race, and with Galeazzo collaring Pahwerer an roady fashion, he draw away and won easily by two lengths. Time, lnrin 51sec. Wednesdat^Aprii, 16. Colimn Phoduce Stakes, of 778sovs. Forlhree-•year-olds. One mile 11yds. Mr L. de.RothohOd'e br c St. ITrusquin, 'by St. Simon— lsabel, .9.10 (T. Loates) 1 , Prince Soltykoff sb c South Australian, 8.11 (M. Gtnnon) 2 Lord Hiadlip's b c Brechin, 8.6 ... (Bradford) 3 Lord "Eltesmeie's Vizard, 8:6 (FinUy) 0 Mr W. P.Greenall's Napoleon the-Great, 8.9 (F. Pratt) 0 MrJerjeeylsChiliaat, 8.9 (Allsopp) 0 Betting : 7t02 on St. Frutqnin. St. -Frusquin' deprived South Australian of the 1 centre berth just before reaching -fche'buahes, and j Bweeping along in 'grand style he made mincemeftt >of Wovith Australian for the remainder of the. journey, and won harS held by three parts of ' a length. Time, Imm 49sec. j Thuksbay, Apiui, 16. Ckaven Stakes, of SOOoovs. For three-year-olds. A.M. ! Lord richester's br c Lord Hervey, by Sheen — Molly Lopel, 8.10 (Bradford) 1' Mr L. de Rothschild's b c Gulistan, 91 Mr Theobald's b c Phoebus Apollo, 8.5 (Fagan) 3 Dynamo, 9.1 (Rickaby) 0 Aurfcus,'9.l (All8opp) 0 Barik Holiday, 8.5 ... (Finl»y) 0 Love lane, 8.5 ... , (S. Loates) 8 ViteUius,B.s ... .;. (Madneu) 0 Zehac, 8.10 ~. ... (M. Cannon) 0 Tyrannical, 8.10 (G. Chaloner) 0 Won by a head ; .three lengths separated second and third. An objection to <the winner on the ground of boring was not decided when the mail

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ENGLISH RACING., Otago Witness, Issue 224, 28 May 1896

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ENGLISH RACING. Otago Witness, Issue 224, 28 May 1896

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