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RACING IN ENGLAND.

SANDOWN PARK. Friday, June 26. Clarence and Avondale Stakes (handicap), of 3000sovs; seoond 200aovs and third lOOsovs. About one mile and one furlong. M. R. Lebaudy's b c Prince Simon, by St. Simon— Bosy Morn, 4yrs, 7.6 ... (S. Loates) 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's br f Utica, 4y n, 8.4 (T. Loates) 2 Mr O. J. Cunningham's b g Kale, 4yrs, 6.9 (Gould 3 Kirkcounel, 4yrs, 9.0 (M. Cannon 0 Barndance, 3yrs, 7.2 ... «, ... (Toon 0 Balm of Gilead, 3yrs, f.2 , (Grimshaw 0 Oroiiiay, 3yr3, 7.4 (Madden 0 Betting : 6to 2 agst Utica, 3to 1 Kale, 11 to 2 ] Prince Simon. j Before reaching the rails, Kirkconnel hoisted , signals of distress, and wheu Prince Simon j deprived Kale of the command rather less than a quarter of a mile from home Utlca took seoond place. From the distance she was under pressure, ' andalthough slightly reducing the gap, ehe could not reach Prince Simon, who won by a length ; six lengths betweeD second and third. Time, . lrnin 58|sec. I British Dominion Two-year-old Race, of i 9!4sovs. Five furlongs. Mr L. Pilkington's eh f Cauonbury, by Crow-berry-Oanoness, 9.5 (Calder) 1 Duke of Westminster's b f Bluewater, 8.4 (M. Cannon) 2 MrF. Grant's brf Dunera, 8.4 ... (T. Loates) 3 Merle, 8.2 (Rumbald) 0 Arezzi, 8.7 - ... (AUsopp) 0 GoW Wing, 8.2 „r ( TT ° ol v2 Friar's Leip, 8.7 ... .» ... T (Madden) 0 Boscombe.B.7 ... ... «. • (K. Cannon) 0 Royal Footman, 8.7 .« *. (Bradford) 0 Jacobus, 8.7 (S. Loates) 0 Betting: -7 to 4 agst Bluewater, 100 to 14 Dunera, 10 to 1 Canonbury.' At the distance Boscombe and Jacobus dropped out, and, with the other four racing home together, Canonbury won by a head from Bluewater ; a neck between secopd and third, NEWMARKET FIRST JULY. * Tuesday, June 30. 'July Stakes,* of 50sovs each"; secoad, lOOsovs out of the stake. For two-year-olds. ' New T.Y.C. (five furlongs 142 yds). Lord Rosebery's b 0 Velasquez, by Donovan— —Vista, 9.0 (J. Watts) 1 MrWallaoe Johnstone's eh c Monterey, by Goldfinch—Mutina, 9.0 (Allsopp) 2 Betting : 11 to 2on Velasquez, who was just clear until a quarter of, a mile from home, when he loft Monterey in the lurch and won easily by two lengths. Wednesday, July 1. Exeter Stakes, of 30sovs each, with 200sovs added -.second received BOsovs. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Lord Elleßmere's b f Fortalice, by FitzSimon— Zmiba, 9.3 (J. Watts) 1 Mr W. Jarvis's b c The Wake, 8.12 (T. Loates) 2 Mr E. Cassel's br f by Galliard— Duenna, 8 9 (Bradford) 3 Virginian Rose, 8.9 ... (M. Cannon) 0 Primrose Hill, 8.12 ... „« ... (Cplhog) 0 Frioler«, 8.9 (Allsopp) 0 Nid d'Amour, 8.12 (S. Loateal 0 Betting : Evens on Fortalice, 4 to 1 agst The Duenna iilly, 20 to 1 The Wake. Won easuy by two lengths ; a bad third. Thursday, July 2. Prince of Walks's STAKES.'of 10,000sovs ; second 500,- third 20Ojovb, nominator of winner 400, " ana nominator of second 200sovs. For three and four year olds. B.M. (oae mile). i Mr L. de Rothschild's br c St. Frusquin, by St. : Simon— lsabel, 3yrs 9.2 (T. Loates) 1 Prince of Wales's b c Persimmon, 3yrs. 9.5 (J. Watts) 2 ' Duke of Westminster's ,b c Regret, 3yrs, 8.7 (M. Oamjon) 3 Troon, 4yrs, 9.11 ... (R-Colling) 0 Sir Visto, 4yrs, 10.3 (S. Loatee) 0 The Lombard, 4yrs, 9.8 (G. Clialoner) 0 Raconteur, 4yrF, 9.8 •< F -,£ lc i ca *s 2 Lav«no, 4yrs, 10.0 ...<F. Pratt) 0 Kirkconnel, 4yra, 10.0 ... (W. Bradford) 0 : Butterfly, 4yrs, 9 8 (AU*opp)oi Betting : 7to 4 agst Regret, sto 2 St. Frusquin, 4 to 1 Persimmon. I A moderate pace was set by Regret for a quarter , of a mile, when ha broke into a good gallop from ! Sir Visto and The Lombard, with Persimmon next. These positions underwent little change until the corner of the Plantation, when Persimmon and St. Frnsquin took close order with Regret and Sir Visto, and all the others dropped away beaten, except Troon, who was steadily drawing up on the leader. In descending ( the hill Canuou began to ride the favourite, and j as they commenced the descent Persimmon aud St. Frusquin shot past him, at the same time that Troon began to overhaul Sir Visto. For a few strides Persimmon now held the load, and then resigned on the brow of the hill to St. Frusquin, simultaneous with which Regret made a forward movement again, his advance being shared by Troon, to tho detriment of Sir Visto. For the remainder of tbe journey the race was of a very exciting character, and with St. Frusouin stoutly holding his own he won by half a length from Peraimmon, who held a similar advantage over Regret. Value of the stakes, £9005. BIBURY AND STOCKBRIDGE. Tuesday, July 7. Champagne Stakes, of 325sovs. For two-year .olds. Bush In (five <urlong»). Lord Wolverton's br c Kilkcrran, by Ayrshire — Maia of Lorn, 9.1 (J. Watti) 1 M. R. Lebaudy's eh f Perseat, 8.12 (S. Loates) 2 Mr F. Alexander's b f Theale, 8.9 (K. Cannon) 3 j Falstor.B.l2 (Allsopp) 0 Ebbing Tide, 8.9 (M.Caunon) 0 Silchester.B.l2...- (Rickaby)O Betting : Evens on Perseat, 3to 1 agst Kilkerran, 20tol Theale. Won in almost the last stride by a head. ;

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2217, 27 August 1896

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2217, 27 August 1896

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