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EPSOM SUMMER.

Wednesday, June 3. THE DERBY STAKES, Of BOOOsovB. For three-year-olds. Colts 9.0, fillies 8.9. The nominator of the winner to receive 500sovs, the owner of the second HOOaovfl, and the owner of the tbird 200«oys out of tha stake. About one mile and a-half. H.R.H. Prince of Wales's b o Persimmon, by St. Simon— Pordita II 1 Mr Leopold de Rothschild's br 0 Sh Frusquin, by St. Simon— lsabel 2 Mr H. E. Boddington's br or bl o Earwig, by Hampton — Wriggle , 3 The race was won by * neck after * moat exciting race. Time, 2min 41.4-s»ec. , Loates, the rider of St. Erusquin, broke a stirrup leather daring the- last struggle. Tremendous cheering greeted the Prince' of Wales and lasted for a quarter of an hoar, Watts rode the winner. ; Pedigree of the Winner.

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Voltigeur Voltaire (1817) Martha Lynn oJ Vedotte ■ lo (1851) Mrs Ridgway Birdcatcher G (1849) OanDarrell . a 1 ■ If F. Dutchman Bay Middleton ~ 3 Flying - (1846) Barbelle S> & Duchess _____—»_ P (1853) Merope Voltaire Z. (1841) Vclocipd'e'id'm § 111 1 g Havkavray . Economist to s (1834) Fanny Dawion - cj % King Tom — — — «> d (1851) Pocabontas Glencoe <t (1837) Bdatpessa «5 a lon Cain So ■< Adeline (1835) - Margaret d 0851) . tn Little' Fairy Hornsea g (1832) Lacerta m Newminster Touchstone S Igj (1848) Beeswing $ 'feL'd Clifden S G (1860) The Slave Melbourne 3 a (1852) Volley .0 & Krttledrum Rataplan p § Lady (1858) Hybla §8 M Langden - — - - CJ (1868) Haricot Lanevcoat y (1847) Queen Mary £ " Melbourne H. Gltnker 2 Young ' (1834) Cervantes mara M,© Melbourne ,£§ (1855) Clarissa Pantaloon " (1816) Glencoe mare • § St. Albans Stockvrell §La Belle (1837) Bribery g Helene — » W (1866) Teterrima Voltigeur (1559) Ellen Middlefn PLACED HORSES AND BETTING SINCE 1874. 1875 Prince Batthyany's Galopin 2to 1 Lord AyUsfoid's Claramont ... 100 to 7 Lord Falmouth's c by Macaroni — Repentance 100 to 8 Lord Falmouth'B Garterly Bsll ... 100 to 1 Won by a length ; six lengths ; Garterly Bell close up. 1876 Mv A. Baltasjzi'a Kisber 4to 1 Mr R. Peck's Forerunner 100 to 15 Mr R. Peck's Julius Cassar 40 to 1 Lord Duppliu's Petrarch 2to 1 Won by five lengths ; three lengths ; three lengths. 1877 Lord Falmouth's Silvio 100 to 9 Mr W. S. Mitchell-Innes's Glon Arthur 50 to 1 Mr J. T. N Mackenzie's Rob Roy ... 3to 1 Won by half a length ; three quarters of a length ; a head. 1878 Mr Grawfurd's Sefton ..; ... 100 to 12 Lagranite's Insulare 100 to 30 Lord Falmouth's Childerio 100 to 8 Won by a length and a-half; same; Topaz was fourth. 1879 Mr Acton's Sir Bevys „ ... 20 to 1 Mr Trotter'B Palmbearer 100 to 1 Lord Rosebeiy J sVi*conti 60 to 1 Duke of Westminster's Victor Chief. B to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a length ; three lengths. 1880 Duke of Westminster's Bend Or ... 2to 1 Mr Brewer's Robert the Devil ... 7to 1 Prince Soltykoff's Mask 20 to 1 Won by a head ; six lengths j Apollo was fourth. 1881 Mt-Lorillard'i Iroquois 11 to 2 Mr Norman's Peregrine 6 to 5 Lord Rosabery's Town Moor ... S3 to 1 Prince Soltykoff's f-'cobell 20 to 1 Won by half a length ; two. lengths ; hilt a length. 1882 Duke of Westminster's Shotover... 11 to 2 Lord Bradford's Quicklime 6to 1 Mt Lorillard's Sachem 100 to 8 Mr H. Rymill's Bruce 9 to 4 Won by three-quarters of a length ; bad third. 1883 Sir F. Johnatone's St. Blaise ... sto 1 Lord Ellesmere's Highland Chief... 100 to 6 Lord Falmouth's Galliard 7 to 2 Won by a neck ; half a leDgth. 18"84 tMr J. Hammond's St. Gatien ... 100 by 8 tSiv J. Willoughby's Harvester ... 100 to 7 Sir J. Willoughby's Queen Adelaide sto 2 t A dead heat ; two lengths. The stakes wer« v divided.

1885 Lord Hastings's Melton 15 to 8 Mr Broderick.Cloete'i Paradox ... 6to 1 Mr Ohildwick's Riyal Hampton ... 10 to 1 Won by a head ; a bad third. 1886 Duke of Westminster's Ormonde... 40 to 85 Mr Peck's The Bard ... .„ ... 7to 2 Mr Manton's St. Mirin 40 to I. Won by a Jengfch and a half ; a bad third. 1887 Mr Abingtou's Merry Hampton ... 100 to 9 Mr Fern's The Baron „ 4to 5 Mr F. DougWs Martley 10 to I Won by four lengths ; two lengths. 18S8 Duke of Portland's Ayrshire ... 6to t Mr Vyner's Crowberry ... ... 6to 1 Mr Roso'b Van Dleman'a Land ... SO to»l Won by two lengths ; five lengths. 1889 Duke of Portland* Donovan ... Bto 11 Mr J. Urettoa'fl Migud 26 to 1 Mr D. Baird'i El Dorado 100 to 8 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 1890 Sir J. Miller's Sainfoin 100 to IS Baron do Rothschild's Le Nord ... 100 to 7 Duke of Westminster's Orwell ... 100 to 1 Won by three quarters of a length ; a neck. 1891 Sir P. Johnstone's Common „, 10 to II M. E. Blanc's Gouverneur 100 to 9 Sir J. Duke* Martenhurst 50 to 1 Won by two lengths ; a bad third. 1892 Lord Bradford's Sir Hugo 40 to 1 Baron de Hirsch'a La Fleche ... 11 to 10 <M. 0. Blano'B Bucentaure 100 to 1 Won by three- quarters of a length ; one length. 1893 Mr H. M'Calmont's Isinglass ... 4to 1 Mr Rose's Ravensbury 25 to 9 Duke of Portland's Raeburn ... 20 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; two lengths. 1894 Lord. Robbery's Ladas ... ~. 2to 1 ' Lord Ahington's Matchbox ... 9to 9 Mr T. Cannon's Reminder 33 to 1 ' Won by a length and iv-balf ; six lengths. ' 1895 Lord Rosebory's Sir Visto ... , ... 9 to 1 Mr T. Cannon's Ourzon 33 to 1 ; Sir J. B. Maple's Kirkconnel ' ... 124 to 1 I Won by three-quarters of a length; half a, length.

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EPSOM SUMMER., Otago Witness, Issue 2206, 11 June 1896

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EPSOM SUMMER. Otago Witness, Issue 2206, 11 June 1896

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