NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. Tuesday, October 13.
Clearwell Stakes, of 812sovs. For two-year-olds. Fjve furlongs and 142 yds. Mr L. de Rothschild'ti b f Goletta, by Galopin— Biserta, 9.2 „. ' ... (J. Watts) f Lord W. Beresford's eh c Berzak, by Senpation — Belphcebe, 9.2 (F. Fin lay) t M R. Lebaudy's eh f Perseat, 8.10 (S. Loates) 3 Friolera.Bl3 (C. Loates) -0 Guernsey, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 7t02 on Golelta, 7to 1 agst Bersak. A quarter of a mile from homo Guernsey beat a retreat, and soon afterwards Goletta took up the running, while ar the entrance to the rails Friolera resigned to Berzak and Per-eat. This -pair quickly challenged, and a good finish ended in a u dead heat. - - • 1 • ; Champion Stakes, of 985jovs. One mile and two furlongs. Duke of Westminster's br c Labrador, by Sheen — Ornament, 3vr3, 8.6 (M". Gannon) 1 Mr F. Luscombe's eh c Marco, 4yra, 9!0 •,■..;,*-. . (All«opp) 2 Lord Rosebery's b c Sir Visto, 4yrs, 9.0 (J Watts) "3 Mr Rusjel's br c WhUtier. 4yra, 9.0 (Rickaby) • 0 Bettiug : sto 4 agat Sir Vi-to, 9to 2 L«.br»dor. The lot k«pt close company in a good gallop to the bushes, when Whittier beat a retreat, and iioon afterwards Watts was niggling at Sir Visto. Still, the change of places on the part of Marco was not accomplished without some pressure, and although he reached the girths of Labrador in tbe Abingdnn Mile Bottom, the three-year-old stayed on and won cleverly by three-parts of a length ; three lengths between second and third. Time, 2min 16eec. Wednesday, Octodsr 14. Cesaukwitch Stakes, of 25sov* each. lOft. with 600sovs added ; second received 200*ors aad the ttsird lOOeoYfl. Two miles two furlongs 35y*lfl. Mr W. Low's b c St. Bris, by St. Simon—Nandtue, 3yie. 6.6 (K. Owinon) 1 Mr A, F. Calvert's eh g Chitchat, 3yrs. « 4 ; - (N Robinson) 2 Mr W. W. Fulton's b m Laodamii, 6yrp, 8 8 (fc Hunt) 3 Piety, 3yrs, 6.0 (H. Lufco, jun.) 0 Saliwan, 4y;6, 6.1 (F. Louder) 0 The Cor*to«n, 4yrs, 6.11 (F. Feam) 0 Lady Normanton, Syr?, 610 .., ... (Lounie) 0 Alexina,«jTß, 6.9 o?iel*y) 0 Count Schoinbflrg, 4vrs, 8.4 ... (S. Lo«tes) 0 S>n o' Mid*, S>TB, 76 .. ... • (O. Ma'lden) 0 I'lioebus Apollo, 3yrs, 7.1 (F. All-opp) 0 Nouveau llich<>. 3yi-s, 7.11 .., ...(F. Finlay) 0 Vanguard, »g«d, 7.1 - ... . (J. Woodhurn) 0 Cypria, «yra, 6.12 ... - (H. Toon) 0 Fuftilade, 4yre; 6.1 ... • (H. Jone»)'o Betting : 11 to 4 agst Laoda'mia, 11 to 2 Chitchat JOtolSt Brie. Before entering the' Abingdon Mile BoU«n Chitchat wa* suffered to bold a neck advautag-? of St. Brii, with Laodamia now tiring dowo a Mttle on the immediate left, and in turn going farther aw.y at. every stride from Soliman and Piety. As they rose the hill for home St. Bris was Vet.poing in earnest, with the result that he soon established a big' Rap and s-uled home a deci-ive winner J>"y four lengths. • Laodamift, *fter passing Chitchat a coupk of hundred yard-) froai the chair, eased off and resigned second place on sufferance to the three-year-old by a neck. Time, 4uiin 16 4-sst-. Value (if ibe stakes, j£935. Thursday, OcroBER 15. Prendergast Stakes, of 7!>7sovs. For'two-year-olds. Five farlo -ga 142 yards. _ Dukfl of D-ivonahire's b c M'nstrel, by TVlintinr —Poem, 9.5 (J. Watts) 1 Sir J. Blnndell Maple's b c Saros, 810 (O»lder) 2 Lord Durham's b c Fiorino, 9.5... (Rickaby)^ 3 I ArMe, 8.10 (M. 0«no B ) 0 Quickfire, 8.7 (S. Lo*te«) 0 Astolpho. 8.10 , (Ifinlay) • 0, Brigg,9 5 (F Pratt) -0 Betting : 7 to 4 asst Fiorino, 3 to 1 Minstrel. Fioriuo cut out the work until app'OAchiog tho rails. Here he resigned to Minstrel and Saros, ' and a dose race between the pair endad in the downf-ill of the outsider by a n^ck.
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NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. Tuesday, October 13., Otago Witness, Issue 2231, 3 December 1896
NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. Tuesday, October 13. Otago Witness, Issue 2231, 3 December 1896
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