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NEWMARKET.

Wednesday, May 5. Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, of lOOsovs each ; second HOOaOvs out of the stakes aud third saved stake. For three-year-olds. lt.M. (one mile aud llydi). Mr J. Gubbins's b c LJaltee More, by Keudal — Morganette, 9.0 (C. Wood) 1 Loid Rosebery's b c Velasquez, by DonovanVista, 9.0 (J. "\Vatts) 2 Duke of Devonshire's b c Minstrel, by Minting —Poem, 9.0 (O. Madden) 3 Mr I. I .orillard's eh c Berzak, by Sensation — Belphcebe, 9.0 (F. Allsopp) 0 Sir R. Affleck's b c Wreath Or, by Kilwarlin— Field zure.9 0 (F. Rickaby) 0 Duke of Westminster's br c Guernsey, by Bend Or -Jersey Lily. 9.0 (M. Cannon) 0 Mr Hamar Bass's b c by St. Seif— Novitiate, 9.0 (T. J. Calder) 0 Duke of Westminster's br c Arkle, by Arklow— Angelica, 9.0 (R. Moreton) 0 Betting : sto 4 »gst Galtee Move, 6to 4 Velasquez, 20 to 1 Guernsey, Z5 to 1 Wreath Or and Berzak. 50 to 1 Minstrel, 100 to 1 Novitiate colt and Arlde. Arkle at once went to the front from Wreath Or, this pair settling down clear of Galtee More on the right, with Velasquez aud Mtustrel side by side from Berzak on the left, and the outpaced Guernsey bringing up the rear. The pace was a "cracker" from the outset, and when Arkle compounded at the T Y.C. winning post he left Velaaquez arid Minstrel in joint command from Wreath Or and Galtee More, with Eerzak at the head of the others. In descending the hill Galtee Mord changed places with Wreath Or, and at the saino time Berzak, on the other side, began to overhaul Velasquez and Minstrel. For a stride or two at this point Velasquez flattered' his backers ; but as soon as the steep part of the descent had be eu got over Galtee More passed him as if he were standing still. The race then and there came to a Bummary end, for with Galtee More breasting the ascent like a lion, be went clear away by himself and won by four lengths. In a close finish between them for places Vela'-quez finished a head in front of Minstrel, who in turn was the same in advance of Be.rzak, with Wreath Or fifth, Guernsey, a long way off, sixth, and Arkle last. Time, lmin 40 3-ssec. Value of the stakes, £3700. Thursday, May 6. March Stakes, of 490sovs. R M. (one mile 11yds.) Mr 11. M'Calmont'e b c Knight of the Thistle, by Rosebury— Empress Maud, 4yrs, 8.0 (Calder) 1 Lord Derby's eh g Crestfallen, 3yrs, 8.0 (C. Wood) 2 Mr G. H. Houldsworth's b c Laveno, svrs, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 3 Funny Boat. 4yrn, 8.5 (Rickaby) 0 Jolly Boat, 4yis, 8.13 (J. Watts) 0 Betting : 2to 1 ag3t Laveno, sto 2 Knight of the Thistle, 4 to 1 Crestfallen. j Knight of the Thistle cut out the work and won by a leugth from the three-year-old ; half as far again between second and third. Time, lmin | 45sec. Friday, May 7. One Thousand Guineas Stakes, of lOOaovs each ; the second 20n.sovs out of the stakes and the third saved stake. For three-year-old filliea. R.M (one mile 11yds). Lord Rosebery's b f Chelandry, by Goldfinch— Illuminata, 8 12 (J. Watts) 1 Mr Reid Walker's b f Galatia, by Galopin— Pamela, 8.11 [car. 9.0] (R. Colling) 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's b f Goletta,, by Galopin — Biserta, 8.12 (J. Fagan) 3 Mr E. Cassel's f by Galliard— Duenna, 8.12 (W. Bradford) 0 Lord Cadogan's Lowly, by Common — Lonely, 8.12 ... (T. J. Calder) 0 Prince Soltykoff's Perce Neige, by St. Simon— Flitaway, 8.12 (<'. Wood) 0 Lord Elleamere's Fortalice, by FitzSimon— , Zwiba, 8.12 (F. Finlay) 0 j Duke of Westminster's Bluewater, by Blue Green— Kvdal, 8.12 'M. Cannon) 0 Count de Berteux's Floriane, by King Lud - Salome, 8.12 (C. Loates) 0 Betting : 13 to 8 agst Goletta, 9 to 4 Chelandry, 8 to 1 Dufnna filly, 100 to 8 Perce Neige, 100 to 7 Lowly, 100 to 6 Fortalice, 20 to 1 Galatia, Bluewater, and Floriane. The Duanna filly jumped off in front of Chelandry on the right, level with whom laid Lowly and Fortalice on the left. In the heels of the Duenna filly and Chelandry came Goletta and Bluewater, and with Galatia on the immediate whip hand of Lowly and Fortalice, the rearmost berths were occupied by Perce Neige aud Floriane. They ran so until half way across the flat, Yjhen Fortalice began to die out, and Chelandry went on second from Galatia, Lowly, and Perce Neige to the Bushes Here Obelandry deprived the Duenna filly of the command, with Gnletta remaining in tbeir heels, and Galatia and Lowly well clear of the remainder, who were becoming widely scattered. As they entered the Abingdon Mile Bottom Goletta seemed to be drawing up, but instead of doing so she quickly lost ground again, and with Chelandry now leaving the Duenna filly well in the lurch, she increased her command to the end, and won by two lengths In the last 50ydss Golett* secured third place from the Duenna filly, a length and a-half behind Galatia, with Lowly fifth, Perce Neige sixth, Fortalice seventh, Floviane a long way off la&b. Time, lmin 42^jec. Value ot the stakes, £4250. CHESTER. Wednesday, May 12. Chester- Oup (handicap), of 255030v5 : second

300sovs and third 200aovs. Nearly two milei' and a-quarter. M. R. Lebaudy's eh h Count Schomberg, by Aughrim— Clonavarn, syrs, 8.10 (S. Loates) 1 Mr DoKell'H eh c Piety, 4yrs, 6.13 (S. Ohandley) 2 Duke of AVestminster's b c Shaddock, 4yrs, 8.10 (&1. Cannon) 3 Kilsallaghan, aged, 8.4 ,„ ... (F. Finlay) 0. Trevaldwyn, 4yrs, 8.6 (Fearis) 0 Fatherless, aged, 7.9 (J. Woodburn) 0 Drip, 4yrs, 7.7 ... r.. ,M, M ... (Allsopp) 0 Clipstone, 4yrs, 7.6 (K. Cannon) 0 Antonio Pierri. 6yrs. 6.13 ... ... (H. Toon) 0 Forth Bridge. 4yrs, 6.9 .... ... (J. Hunt) 0 Opera (ila^s, 6yrs, 6.12... \«. (N. Robinson) 0 Morissia, 3yrs, 6.0 (O. Purkiss) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Count Schombarg and Shaddock, 10 to 1 Piety. As they entered the straight Shaddock deprived Kilsallnghan of the command, and was promptly challenged by Piety, who gave him the go-by below the distance, with the race apparently well in hand. In the meantime Count Schooiberg began to travel half as fast again a<* the two leaders, aud reaching Piety in the last 50ydp, won an exciting raca by a neck ; three lengths between second and third. Time, 4miu 7soc.

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NEWMARKET., Otago Witness, Issue 2261, 1 July 1897

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