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MANCHESTER. Friday, SEPrESiBER 25. Foal Plate, of 790dovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Sir R Aflleck'a b c Wreath Or, by Kilwarlin— Field Azure, 8.7 (Rickp.by) 1 Mr K. i "ourage's eh f Floraline, 8.1 (AUgopp) 2 Mr J. Bibby's eh f Cum Sha, 8.1 (Finlay) 3 Greyttone, 8.9 (Trundley) 0 Herod, 8.4 ... ' ... (A. White) 0 Blade. 8.4 , ... (T. Loates) 0 Wise Girl, 8.4 ... (O. Madden) 0 Wembley, 8.4..', (8. Ciiandley) 0 Filliford, 8.5 (M. Cannou) 0 Happy Return, 8.1 (H Grimshaw) 0 Betting : 11 to 8 agst Filliford, 100 to 12' Wreath Or, 100 to 6 Floraline and Cum Sha. A quarter of a mile from home Wreath Or deprived Floraline of the command, and with Cum Sha and Greyatoue iv pursuit the stable companions were not caught, Wreath Or winning.by a length and a-half. Saturday, September 26. Prince Edward Handicap, of 200050v3. One Mr T- L. Plunkett's b c Bellevin, by Atheling — Milliora, 3yrs, 6.9 (Fearis) 1 Mr Houldsworth's b c Laveno, 4yrs, 5.6 (Calder) 2 Sir R. Jardine's eh h Fealar, 6yrs, 7.12 (Finlay) 3 Royal Corrie, 4yrs, 7.0 (K. Cannon) 0 Sati, 4yrs, 7.10 (Toon) 0 Ardvourlie, 3yra, 6.4 ... ,(N Robinson) 0 Ramapo, 6yrs, 8 0 [car 81] (Reiff) 0 Troon, 4vrs. 8.8 (T. Loates) 0 Raconteur, 4yrs, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 0 Clwyd, syrs, 8.1 (Allaopp) 0 Diakka, 3yrs, 8.0 - (Gough) 0 Grasp, aged, 7.12 (Fagan) 0 Betting : 5 to 2 agst Troon, 100 to 8 Bellevin, 100 to 7 Laveno and Fealar. Troon fell and smashed a leg. A quarter of a mile from home Bellevin held an undiminished command from Lareno and Ardvourlie, and in pursuit of these were FeaUr and Sati, with nothing else near. The race had been over long before* hand, and, full of tunning to the end. Belkvin
■won in handsome style from Laveno by four lengths. j NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER. i Tuesday, September 29. j Foal Stakes, of 890jovs. For three-year-olds. j One mile two furlongs, i Duke of Westminster's br c Labrador, by ! Sheen— Ornament, 8.12 (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Londonderry* br f Serfdom, 89 ( R ickaby ) 2 j MrT. J»nningß'abfGlow,-8.9 ... (Grimshaw) Si Oolyton, «.12 ... .. (F.Pratt) 0 ! Won by Waiting, 8.9 .„ ... (Calder) 0 Lady Susan, 8.9 „. ... (Allsopp) 0 Hed Ray, 8.2 ... <S. Loate3) 0 Betting : 100 to IS on Labrador. Won T)y Waiting gave way in descending the bill to Labrador and Serfdom. First the one and then the other challenged, and after a apirited finish between the pair Labrador got home by a head. - Wednesday, September 30. Hopeful Stakes, of 507sovs. For two-yeaT-olds. Last five furlongs of Ab. M. , j lord Durham* eh c Hellebore, by Peter Flower — Satanella, 9.2 (Rickaby) 1 Mr P. Lorillard'schcßeiwk, 9.2 ...(Altsopp) 2 Count de Berteux's b f Friolera, 8.13(C. Lo*teß) 3 M. R. Labandy's Caise Cou, 8.13... (S. Loate3) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Berzak, 11 to 8 Hellebore, j Won very cleverly by half a length; four lengths ) between second and third. Thursday, October 1. j Jockey Cixb Stakes, of lO.OOCbovs; second ! fiOGsovs, third 200sovs, nominator of the - winner 4f)(teovß, and nominator of the second j 200sovs out -of the stakes. A.F. (one mile two . furlongs). Prince of Wales's b c Persimmon, by St. Simon Pernita 11, Syrs, 9.7 (J Watts) 1 Lord Rosebery s b<c Sir Visto, 4yrs, 10.2 (S. Loates) 2 Mr J. H. Hnuldsworth's b c Laveno, 4yrs, 9.13 (F. Pratt) 3 ' Regret, 3yrß, 9 I (M. Ocnaon) 0 Knight of the Thistlf. 3yra, 8.4 (Calder) 0 Kirkconnel, 4yw, 9.13 (Powell) 0 The Lombard, 4yrg, 9.7 (O. Loates) 0 Utica. 4yr5,97 (Rickaby) 0 Bride of the Sea, 4yrs, 9.4 (Allsopp) 0 Bay Ronald, 3yrs, 8.1 (Grinuhaw) 0 Betting : 11 to Bon Parsimmon, 100 to 7 agst Sir Visto, 66 to 1 Lave-no. The Lombard at once forced the work, and was immediately followed by Kirkconuel and Per* simmon. The rate of progression caused The Lombard to hold out signals of distress before reaching the Bushes, and his retirement was shaved by Kirkconoel. H« h*d left Knight of the Thiafle in command from Pemmmon, and then came Regret, Livano, and Sir Visto until half wav down the hill, when, without an apparent effort, Persimmon pulled his way to the front. Neither Knight of the Thistle nor Regret could respond, and as th°y fell '»vfay r stcond ] and thira places were taken by Laveno and ' Sir Visto, who changed positions two hundred yards from home. There is nothing more to be said, as although Sir Viato ran his race out, ho was unable in the least degree to j disturb Persimmon, who won with the greatest i ease by two lengths. Time, 2min \i 3 saec. Value of the btakes to the winner, £B'JBS.
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started. RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2228, 12 November 1896
started. RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2228, 12 November 1896
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