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RACING IN ENGLAND. LINGFIELD.

Friday, June 12. Two-ye«r-old Plate, of 680aovs. Five furlongs. Cap am Machell'a eh c Alfar, by Bel Pemonio -Seraphine, 9.2 (G. Chaloner) 1 Mr W. Marshall's b c Refined Gold, 8.11 (Bradford) 2 Mr A. Jameß's b c by Kilwarlin, dam by Bar-caldine-Symmetry, 8.8 (T. Loates) 3 Killerby, 8.8 ... ... ... (Rickaby) 0 Boscombe, 8.8... '. (K. C.nnon) 0 DarliDgton, 8.8 (Allsopp) 0 . Betting : 16 to Bon Alfar. Won by a length ; tour lengths divided second and third. ASCOT. Tuesday, June 16. Ascot Stakes, of 20sovs each, with lOOOsova added -, second 2003"0vs and the third lOOsovs. About two miles. M. de St. Alavy's b c Arlequin, by Little Duck — Andrella, 3yrs, 6.5 (F«riß) 1 Lord Durham's b h Son o' Mine, syrs, 7.7 ■ (Madden) 2 Mr J. S. Morrison's eh c Piety, 3yrs, 6.4 (H. Luke, jun.) 3 Galeottia, 4yrs, 7.2 (Allsopp) O Fusilade, 4yrs, 6.5 (N. Robinson) 0 Bowline, 6yrs, 8.0 (T. Loates) 0 Meilekh, 4yrs, 6.11 (K. Cannon) 0 Fiesole, 3yrs, 6.6 (Fearis) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Son o' Mine, 8 to 1 Arlequin, 20 to 1 Piety.' A quarter of a mile from home ,Son o' Mine became the immediate attendant of Arlequin, but he' did his work in far from generous style, and was ultimately beaten by ten lengths ; a head between second and third. Time, 3min 44sec. Coventry Stakes, of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs ad'ied ; second 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent, on the stake. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furloDgs, 136 yds) Mr L. de Rothschild's b f G jletta, by Galopin— Bißerta, 8.11 (T. Loates) 1 Mr Fairies b c Eager, 9.0 ... (M. Cannon) 2 Duke of Devonshire's b c Minstrel, 9.0 (J. Watts) 3 Chelandry, 8.11 ,„ ... (Madden) 0 Privado,9 0 „. ... (O. Loates) 0 Falkland, 9.0 (Allsopp) 0 Pooley Bridge, 9.0 (C. Chaloner) 0 Lord Foppington, 9.0 (Rickaby) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 agst Eager, 11 to 4 Goletta, 4to 1 Minstrel. Minstrel and Chelaudry were challenged at the distance by' Eager and Goletta, of whom the favouiitehad his head in front for a few strides, when Goletta shot past and won easily by two lengths. Prince of Wales's Stakes, of 60?ovs, with KiOOaovs added; second, 3'.osovs; third, 20030v5. For three-year-okls. New coarse, about one mile and five furloags. Duke of, Westminster's b c Shaddock, by St. Seif-Orauge, 8.4 (M. Cannon) 1 Duke of Devonshire's b c Bahamo, 8.3 (Madden) 2 Lord Durham's b f Drip, 7.12 (Finhy) 3 Yorker, 8.3 (Bradford) 0 Filly by Salisbury— Galop, 7.12 (S. Loates) 0 Ortolo, 8.3 (Allsopp) 0 Betting : Evens on Balsamo, 11 to 4 agst Shaddock, 20 to 1 Drip. la tho lino for home Balsamo assumed the com*

maud, waited upon by Ortolo to below tho distance, when Shaddock drew up between the pair and won by a ntck ; a bad third. Time, 2tain 52sec. Gold Vase, value 200sovp, given by her Majesty, with 200sovs in specie for tho winner, and lOOsovs for the second, added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs each. Two miles. Mr L. Brassey'a b c Pride, by Merry Hampton -Superba, 4yrs, 9 0 (Bradford) 1 Sir H. Farquhar's b c Nouveau Riche, 3yr«, 7.8 (T. Loatei) 2 Mr Dobell's eh c The Rush 4yrs, 9.0 (Madden) 3 Vizard, 3yre, 6.12 :.. (Toon) 0 St. Osmund, 4yw, 9.0 (Bushell) 0 Betting : ti to 4 on The Rush, 5 to 2 agst Noveau Ricbe, 7 to 1 Fiide. Pride, allowed to have his own way too long, got home by a neck with hdlt a length between second and third. Time, 3min idscc. Bie.nnial Stakes, of 10sov3 each, with 500sovs added; second 10 per cent. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlongs 136 yds). Mr H. M'Calmont's b f Sauce Tartars, by Chittabob-Tantrum,9.l ... (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Durham's b c Fiorini, 9.0 ... (Rickaby) 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's b c Brigg, 9.5 (T. Loateß) 3 Allan-a-dale, 9.0 (ifinlay) 0 Asteiie, 8.10 (Rumbold) 0 Frisson, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 Iridescent, 9.0 (Rogers) 0 j Chzco, 9.0 ' (Allsopp) 0 Billion, 9.0 (K. Cannon) 0 Betting : 11 to 8 agst- Fiorini, 6 to 1 Sauce Tartare. Won by a neck ; a length and a-half between second and third. Wednesday, June 17. Royat. Hunt Cup, a piece of plate value SOOsovs, with 1590sovs added to a sweepstakes of 20sovs ' each ; second 300sovs attd third lOOiOvs. New mile (seven furlongs and 166 yards). Lord Robbery's b h Quarrel, by Discord -Free and Easy, syrs, 7.11 (Pagan) 1 Mr A. Bailey's eh h Gazetteer, syrs, 7.8 (S. Loates) 2 Mr Hobson's b c The Tup, 4yw, 7.10 I (Allsopp) 3 Utica, 4yrs, 7.7 (T. Loates) 0 j Symington, 3yw, 6.4 (X Cannon) 0 The Qu»ck, 3yrs, 7.3 (Grimshaw) 0 Literature, Syrs, 6.2 (Newton) 0 Amberiw. Syrs, 6.1 (Jnckson) 0 M'Ndi, 4yrs, 7.0 (Fearis) 0 The Corsican, 4yrs, ClO (Toon) 0 Anißettell, 4yrs, 613 (Gould) 0 Royal Stag, 3yw, 6.1 (N. RoLinson) 0 Carlton Grange, 4vrs, 6.9 ..; ... (VI all) 0 Gh'slnine, syrs, 8.3 (Madden) 0 Erin, 6yre, 7.8 (Wood burn) 0 Mitre, 3yrs, 6.3 (Sanderson) 0 Seaholm, 4yra, 6.0 (Jenkin») 0 Betting : 7 to 2 agst Quarrel, i?to 1 Gazetteer, ICO to 14 The Tup. Quarrel held his own without any pressure, and won easily by half a length. Triennial Stakes, of lO^ovs each, with 4Co<ovs added for the owner aud lOOsovs to the nominator of the winner ; cecood, 20 per c-nt an.! third -10 per cent. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (5 furlongs 13fiyds). Mr Fame's b c Kager, by Enthusiast— Giveba, 9.3 (P. Pratt) 1 Mr J. B. Legh's b f Flying Colours, 8.9 (G. Chaloner) 2 Mr C. D. Ross's b f Cortege, 8.9 ... (Bradford) 3 Perce Neige, 8.9 (M. Cannon) 0 Darfield. 8.12 ; (K. Cannon) 0 POmpilia, 8.9 (T. Loates-) 0 Betting 7 to 4 agat Eager. Won by three partsof a length ; twice as far between secern d and -third . ' Coronation Stak-es, of lOOsovs each, with SOOdovs ad *ed ; second, 200<<ovs. For three-year-olds. Old mile. Dvfke of Westminster's b f Helm, by Morion— Quettu, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 1 Print* of Wales's br f Thais, 9.3 ... (J. Watts) 2 Lord Ellesmere's b f Miss Fraser, 8.10 (F.Pratt) 3 Canterbury P.lgrim, 9.3 (Rickaby) 0 Amphora, 8.10 (G. Cli rt loner) 0 La Toisou d'Ov, 8.10 (H. Toou) 0 St. Ange,B.3 (Bradford) 0 (toMen Moments 8.3 (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 7 to 4 agst Ctntetbuiy Pilgrim, 11 to 4 Thaiß, 11 to 2 Helm. Before reaching the distance Mis 4 Fraser had taken the mva^ure of Canterbuiy Pilgrim . aud Amphora, and was then challenged by Helm, who had no sootier assumed the command than she waiiohallenj;ei by Thai«, who was beaten cleverly by three parts nf a length ; half a length between second and third. Thursday, June 18. Gold Cup, value lOOOsovs, with 2000sovs in specie io addition, out of wh'ch the second received 500(>ov8 and the third 250aovs ; added to a sweepstakcß of 20iovs each. About two miles ando-holf. Mr Humar Biss's eh c Love Wisely, by Wisdom—Lovelorn, 3yrs, 7.7 ... ! (S. Loates) 1 M. dc St. Alary's eh c Omnium 11, ijvs, 9.0 (Rolfe) 2 Prince of Wales's br h Fiorizsl 11, syr -,9.4 , (J. Watts) 3 Laodamia. 6yrs, 9.1 (Bradford) 0 Victor Wild, 6yrs, 9.4... ' ... (M. Cannon) 0 Sir Visto, 4yrs, 9.0 (T. Loates) 0 A quarter of a mile from home Love Wissly deprived Omnium II of command. Victor Wild was unable to keep up the extra pressure, and he left the pursuit of Love Wisely to Omnium II and Florizel II from the distanc?. In both instances it proved ie effectual, as Love Wisely held on stoutly to the end and won by two lengths. Time, 4min 37 4-ssec. New Stakes, of lOsbvs each, with lOOOaovs added ; second 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent. For two-year-olds. T.Y.O. (five furlongs 136 yds). Lord Rosebery's b c Velasquez, by Pon'ovan— Vista. 8.10 (T Loates) 1 Captain Machell's eh c Alfar, 9.3 (&1. Cannon) 2 Mr Wallace Johnstone's eh c Monttr&y, 8.10 (AlUopp) 3 Barndoor, 8.7 (Bradford) 0 Oakdene, 8.10 ... , (Madden) 0 Bagpipe, 8.7 (K. Cannon) 0 Impatiens, 8.7 (Rickaby) 0 J» obus,'B.lo (S. Loates) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Velasquez, 3 to 1 Monterey, 9 to 2 Alfar. Velasquez ran somewhat green, but under pressure won by thr<;e lengths; five lengths between second and third. Friday, June 19. Hardwicke Stakes, of 2000sova, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovb each; second, 10 per cent. ; aud third, 5 per cent. Swinley course (one mile and a-half). Duke of Westminster's b c Shaddcck, by St. Serf— Orange, 3yrs, 8.5... „. (M. Cannon) 1 Mr H. T. Barclay's b c Dunrobin, 3yrs, 7.7 (Finlay) 2 Prince Soltykoff'a b f Sati, 4yrs, 8. 11 (Toon) 3 Butterfly, 4yrs, 9.7 (Bradford) 0 Bay Ronald, 3yrs, 7.7 (T. Loates) 0 Colyton, 3yra, 7.7 ... ... ... (Allsopp) 9 Lord Roberts, 4yrs, 8.4 ... (Fagan) 0 Fabian, 3yrs, 7.7 (S. Loates) 0 BettiDg : 11 to 8 agst Shaddock, Bto 1 Dunrobin, 100 to 12 Sati. The favourite took up the running at the foot of the hill, and, taking matters easily wheu left in front, Mr Barclay's colt came again, and was en sufferance only beaten by half a length. Time, 2min 40£«ec. Alexandra Plate, of lOOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of 25sovd each ; second, 200sovs. About thiee milea: Mr L. Brat say's be Pride, by Merry Hampton— Superba, -lyrs, 5».0 (Bradford) 1 M. de St. Alarms eh c Omnium If, 4yrs, 9 5 (Rolfe) 2 Mr C. J. Blake's br or blk mßockdove,syr3,9.2 (G, Chaloner) 3 Bud of Avon, Syrs, 9.6 M . .. (J. Watts) 0 Lorikeet, syrs, 9.6 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 6 to 4 agst Bard of Avon, 8 to 1 Pride. At the distance, P»ide, who had always been going well, closed up with a run, and Omnium II making no k&dqbsc be was beaten bj five ,

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NEWCASTLE. ' Tuesday, June 23. North Derby, of 1500aovs (lOOOaovs to the winner, 300sovs to the nominator, and lOOsovs to the nominator and owner of the second. Ono mile and a-half. Sir H. Farqnhar's b c Nouvoau Riche, by Carl-ton-Novice, 9.4 (Rickaby) 1 Mr Stevenson's br f La Sonnette, 8.4 (E. Smith) 2 Mr Houldsworth's b c Ortolo, 8.7 (F.Pratt) 3 Funny Boat, 9.4 ... „. ... (G. Chaloner) 0 Salabeia, 8.9 (F. W. Lane) 0 Crowglen, 8.9 ... « (Gongh) 0 Durannus, 8.12 (F»gan) 0 Sand Chat, 812 (F. B. Black) 0 Betticg : 6 to 4on Nouveau Riche, 7 to 1 agst Ortolo. Won cleverly by three lengths. Thursday June 25. Seaton Delaval Plate, of lOSOaovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlonga. Lord Durham's b c Fiorini, by Peter Flower— ' .Proof, 8.10 (Rickaby) 1 Mr L. Pilkington's eh c Glencally, 9 1 (Colling) 2 Mr A. F. Bassett's eh f Queen of the Plains, 8 8 (G. Chaloner) 3 The Widow's Daughter, 9.0 (Calder) 0 MrsOnslow,Bll (A. White) 0 Unseen. 8.7 " (Fagan) 0 Living Wage, 8 10 (F.Pratt) 0 Yorkmint, 8.10 (F. B Black) 0 Verdina, 8.7 (IT. Finluy) 0 Won by a short head. ' SANDOWN PARK. Thursday, June 25. Clarence and Avondale' Stakes, of 905sovs. Five furlon^e. Duke of Portland* b f Lsdy Frivolef, by St. Simon-Guy Duchess, 2yrs, 7.2 ... (Toon) 1 Mr F. C. G. Menz'es's eh c Bomb, 3yre'B 12 (T. Loates) 2 Lord Radnor's eh c Chevele dOr, 3yrs, 8.12 (S Loate«) 3 Brechin, 3yrs, 8.12 ... (Bradford) 0 Mitre; 3yrs, 8.12 (M. Cannon) 0 Smeao, 2yrs, 7.2 (Allsopp) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Smeau, 7 to 1 Bomb, 8 to 1' Lady Frivoles, 100 to 8 Chevele d'Or. Bunb and Lady Fiivoles raced head-and-bead until close home, when th'-y were challenged by Chevele 'dOr, and tb^e two-year-old won a good race by a seek.

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RACING IN ENGLAND. LINGFIELD., Otago Witness, Issue 2215, 13 August 1896

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