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RACING IN ENGLAND. MANCHESTER.

Friday, June 11. '< Manchester Cup, of 2000aovs, added to a sweepstakeß of 25&0V8 etch ; the second received ! 300sovs and the third lOOsova. One mile and three-quarters. Mr G. M. Inglis's eh c Piety, by Satiety—Devote, 4yrs, 7.3 (S. Chandley) 1 Sir Belmonfc's eh h Keenau, syrs, 8.0 (C. Wood) 2 Mr Woolf Joel's b c Conroy, 4yrs, 7.4 (F. Allsopp) 3 Amphidamas, 6yr«, 7.4 (K. Cannon) 0 Clipstone, 4yrt, 7.4 .„ ... (O. Madden) 0 ! Dollf, 3yr B , 6.4 (C.Morgan) 0 Sarabre, 4yre. 7.10 (S. Loates) 0 j , The Docker, 6yrs, 7.11 (J. Fagan) 0 j 1 Portebella, 3yr B , 6 4 (C. Leader) 0 I . Betting :sto 2 agst Keenan, 6to 1 Piety, 100 to j 9 Conroy. 1 A quarter of a mile from home Conroy took up ' the running, and at the same time The Docker 1 dropped away. At the dißtance Clipstone retired, ! and Conroy was promptly joined by Piety, who ! pissed him well within two hundred yards of ' the goal. In the meantime Keenan wat creeping up, and when Conroy had been shaken off ha made his final effort, which carried him nearer i and nearer to Piety, until lie only lost the verdict , by a head. Time, 3min 7£sec. Saturday, June 12. Whitsuntide (-late, of S&Bsovs. For two-year-olds. Five f• . riongs. Mr F. F. Cartwright's eh c M.D., by May Duke —Duplicate, 8 13 (F- Leader) 1 Mr Arthur James's fby Common— Needles, 8.10 i (O. Madden) 2 ' Marquis di Sorramezzana's be by Saraband— I Lady Yarmouth, 8.13 (C. Wood) 3f Stamboul, 8. 13 (Finlay) 0 Kowloon, 8.13 ... (Allsopp) 0 EJfio. 8.13 (Rickaby) 0 Lifctlo Blanche, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 ag*t Needles filly, 6to 1 Lady Yarmouth colt. 108 to 12 M D. Before reaching the distance Klfin compounded, ' and with M D. left in command second place was • at once taken by the Needles filly. The pair then drew well away from Lady Yarmouth colt and Little Blanche, and without being caught M.D. won by a neck. ASCOT. Tuesday, June 15. Ascot Stakes (handicap), of 20sovs each, with 2000aovs added ; the second hone received 50()iiov8 and the third 2(Dsovs. About two miles. • s Mr C. R. Halbronn's b c Masque 11, by Tyrant \ — Maskery, Syrs, 7.9 ... (Weatherdon) 1 Mr H. E BeddiDgton's bl or br c Earwig, 4yre, i 7.10... \ (Allsopp) 2 ! Mr G. M. Inglis'a eh c Piety, 4yra, 8.7 I <Woodburn) 3 Prose, 4yrs, 7.5 (N. Robinson) 0 Nouveau Riche, 4yrs, 8.6 (Rirkaby) 0 South Australian, 4yrs, 7.11 ... (C Wood) 0 Keenan, syre, 8 7 (M.. Cannon) 0 Glentilt, 6yrs. 7.10 (O. Madden) 0 Vizard, 4yrs. 7.1 (S. Chandley) 0 Cartouche IU, 6yr«, 7.5 (D. Torterolo) 0 Oarlton Grange, syrs, 7.13 (Finlay) 0 Glow. 4yrs, 6.12 (Newton) 0 Hattie, 4yra, 7.0 (K. Cannon) 0 Asterie, 3yrs, 6.12 (Nixey) 0 1.0.TJ., 6yis. 6.13 (F. i.eader) 0 Bach, aged, 8 2 (S. Loates) 0 Saffibre, 4y<s, 8.4 ... (Allen) 0 Blue Dun, 3yr«, 6.6 (C Leader) 0 Dunrobin, 4yrs, 7.9 ... ... „. (Fearis) 0 Brayhead, 3yrs, 6.8 (Sharpies) 0 Ortolo, 4yrs, 6.13 (Toon) 0' Betting : 3to 1 ag«t Masque 11, 6to 1 Earwig, 100 to 6 Piety. .... >. In the live for home Proje drew to the head of { affairs to the distance, when Masque II and, Ear- j wig singled themselves out, and the Frenchman ) won a good race by a neck. Time, 3min 39£ sec. ~ 1 Coventry Stakes, of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs ' added. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs ! 136 yds. i Mr L. Brassey's eh c Orzil, by Ayrshire— Merry Miser. 9.0 (Bradford) 1 , Mr Doaglas Baird'a b c Cap Martin, 9.0 (Rickaby) 2 M. E. Blanc's b c Manitou, 9.0 (Biilen) 3 Yokohama, 8.11 (S. Loates) 0 Heir Male, 9.8 „, „. .„ (J. Watts) 0 Batt, 9.0... ... ... ... (M. Cannon) 0 Bittern, 9.0 ... „ , (C. Wood) 0 The Wyvern, 9.0 (Calder) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Batt; 9 to 2 Cap Martin, 9 to 2 Orzil, 6 to I Manitou. At the distance Orzil and Cap Martin passed 1 Manitou, and the former had all the best of the ! race until he began to tack across the course. ! This enabled Cap Martin to reduce the gap until 1 it was a very near thing in passing the post, the verdict being to the credit of Orzil by a short l head. < | Prince of Wales's Stakes of 50sovs each, with j lOOOsovs added ; second received 300sovs ' and the third 200aova. For three-year-olds, j About one mile and five furlongs. j Mr J. Gubbins's br c Galtee More, by Kendal— I Morganette. 9.5 (C. Wood) 1 Capt. Baird's b c Ovando. 8.3 ... (C. Loates) 2 M. R. Lebaudy's eh c Golden Age, 8.3 (S. Loates) 3 Mr L. Brassey's.Counsellor, 8.3 (Finlay) 0 Betting : 33 to 1 on Galtee More. Golden Age and Ovando were closely followed into the straight by Galtee More, who, having • pulled himself to the front behind the Spagnoletti Board, waited there, and won ia the commonest of nanters by a length and a-half. Time, 2min j 58, <j. Gold Vase, value 200sovs (given by her Majesty), with 200aovs for the winner and 100«ovs for the second, 'added to a sweep- j stakes of 2030V8 each. Two miles. j M. R. Lebaudy's eh h Count Schomberz, by Aughrim— Olonarvon, syra, 9 4 (S. Loates) 1 Sir W. Ingram's b c Comtrey, 3yrs, 7.8 (K. Gannon) 2 Mr L. Brassey s eh f Doremi, -3yrs, 6.12 I (Newton) 3! Telesoope,6yrs,9.4... M ,^ (M, Cannon) £*

Arlequin, 4yrs, 0.0 ... .„ ... (Barien) ft History, 3yn, 7.8 (N. Robinson) f Betting : Evens on Count Schomberx. Won easily by four lengths. Time, 3mia 21 3-ssec. j Ascot Biennial Stakes, of lOsovs each, wrth 1 oOOsovs added. For two-year-olds. T.Y.O ; Mr P. iiorillard's b c Eifin, by Sensation ' ,, TE T E « v « lit y. 9 -° . ••• <O. Wood) 1 iMr J. Gretton'sbcZanoni, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 ' ?i r Ta t£°n Sykes's br cLa Fere, 9.0 (Calder) 3 ! Merry Buck, 9.0 (Bradford) 0 I SS a TT n ii m °on'o n' 90 (Finlay) 0 i g'dele, 9 0 (Alhopp) 0 (Santos, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Carnmore, 85 to 40 Zanoni, I 7 to 1 La Fere, Bto 1 Elfin. i A quarter of a mile from home the field broke up, and with Elfin and Zauoni drawing away by themselves, the outsider won by a neck ; six lengths between second and third. Wednesday, June 16. Royal Hunt Cup (a piece of plate value 500sovs, with lßOOsovs in specie), added to a sweeps takes of SOrovs each ; second re° ceived 30030vs and third IOO3OVS out of tha stakes. New mile. Mr H. M'Calmont's b c Knight of the Thistle, by Rosebery— The Empress Maud, 4yrs, 7.5 Mr T. Worton's oh h Victor Wild, aged, SU? 1 * _ (M. Cannon) "2 Mr A. Cohen s br h Greenlawn, 6yrs, 8.8 ' (W. Bradford) 3 Diakka, 4yrs, 7.5 ... ... ... (F. Finlay) 0 Foiton, 3yre, 6.0 (Dunn) 0 Fanny Boat, 4yrs, 7.0 ... (S. Chandley) 0 Rosemerryn, 3yrs, 6.13... „. (K. Cannon) 0 Coylton, 4yra, 6 8 ... ... ... (Jenkins) 0 Balsamo, 4yrs, 7.9 (O. Madden) 0 Full Armour, 4yrs, 6.8 (F. Leader) 0 Forest! 3yrs, 6 4 (H.Jones) 0 I Northallerton, 3y"rs, 6.7 (I. Filely) 0 Field Day, 3yw, 6.8" „. ... (Ballington) 0 I Chinchin, 6yrs, 6.8 , (V. Leader) 0 Quarrel, 6'yrs, 5.13 (J. Watts) 0 Vigoureux, 6yra, 8.1 (Toon) 0 Milford, aged, 6.11 (J. Sharpies) 0 His Reverence, 4yrs, 6.12... (N.Robinson) 0 Stewarton, 3yrs, 6.1, was weighed for, but bolted on the -way to tWe post, and fell over the rails and cut hinißelf badly. The colt did not come under the starter's orders, and must not be considered a runner. Betting : 9to 2 aest Balsamo, 100 to 12 Knight of the Thistle, 100 to 8 Victor Wild, 100 to 7 1 Greenlawn. Before reaching the distance Knight of the Thistle had assumed command from Greenlawn, Victor Wild, and Diakka, of whom "Victor" in the next hundred yards passed Greenlawn. More than this he could not do, although Knight of the Thistle was inclined to hang a little. Allsopp managed to straighten him, and he won a good race by three-parts of a length ; a length between seoond and third. Time, lmin 43aec. Value of the stakes, £2370. j Thiiity-Nioth Ascot Biennial Stakes, of lOsovs I each, with sQosovs added ; second received 10 p«r cent, out of the stakes. For three-year-olds. . Old mile. . Lord Arlington's b c Butter, by Springfield — 1 Margarine, 8.7 (M. Cant- on) 1 : Lord Cadogan'g b f Lowly, 8.3 ... (Allsopp) 2 Mr R. C. Garron's eh c Hips and Haws, 8.7 ■ (Colder) 3 Helen Mary, 8.10 (C. Wood) 0 Grey Hag, 8 3 (S. Loates) 0 ' Betting : Evens on Butter. > i At the distance the favourite shook Lowly off and won easily by two length.!! ; three lengths between second and third. Coronation Stakes, of lOOsovseach, with 300aova [ added ; the second received 300iovs out of the stakes and the third saved stake. For three- ! year-old fillies. Old mile. ! Mr L. de Rothschild's b f Goletta, by Galopin - < — Biserta, 810 ... .' (K. Cannon) 1 i Prince Soltykoffe br fPerceNeige, 8.3 i (C. Wood) 2 Lord Ellesmere's b f Fortalice, 8.10 (Finlay) 3 Briseis, 8.3 (Rickaby) 0 Ohelandry, 9.3 (J. Watte) 0 Merle, 8.10 (Rumbold) 0 Sauce Tartare, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Smean, 8.10 (Calder 0 1 St. Pelasia,B.3 (Allsopp) 0 I Betting : 2to 1 aest Brieeis, sto 1 Perce Neige, 7 to 1 Fortalice, 100 to 12 Goletta. f At the distance Merle and Chelandry had died away, and although Perce Neige, Fortalice, and ' Briseis in turn seriously threatened Goletta, sho ' just kept possession and won by a neck from Perce Neige ; a length and a-half between second and third. ' Thursday, June 17. Gold Cup (value lOOCsova), with 3000sovs -added!, of which the second received 700sovs and the : third 300sovs ; added to a bweepstakes of i 20sovs each. About two miles and a-half. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales's b c Persimmon, by St. Simon- Perdita 11, 4yrs, 9.0 (J. Watts) 1 Mr J. C. Sullivan's eh c Winkfield's Pride, by Winkfield - Alimony, 4yrs, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr Hatnar Bass's eh c Love Wisely, by Wisdom — Love Lorn, 4yrs, 9.0 ... (S. Loates) 3 Lord Hindlip's chf Limasol, by Poulefc— Queon of Cyprus, Syrs, 7.4 (F. Allsopp) fr . Betting : 85 to 40 on Persimmon, 4 to 1 agst Winkfield's Pride, 8 to 1 Limasol, 100 to 6 Love Wisely. Winkfield's Pride cut out the work from Limasol, Persimmon, and Love Wisely. The last-named pair foon changed places, and were following at clear intervals when Winkfield's- Pride led past the stand by half a length. The tmce was a good one from the beginning, and i£ Limasol headed Winkfield's Pride for a few strides in lounding the Hotel Turn, he soon recovered the command. At the entrance to the old course Winkfield'ft Pride was just clear of Limaiol, who had no sooner drawn up to hi^neck in pasting the Brickkilns than third place was taken by Persimmon. The favourite was now showing great fire, and coming into the straight nearly level with the two leaders Watts set him going when fairly in the line for home. The result was a complete " break up " of the race, as although Winkfield's Pride, under pressure, shook off Limasol, he could not make the least resistance to the challenge of Porsimmon, who simply left him standing still, and won in splendid style by eight lengths ; four lengths between second and third. Limasol was cloie up with Love Wisely, who faltered badly in the last few strides. Time, 4min 34sec. Value of the stakes, £3380. New Stakes, of lOsovs each, with 1000iovs added ; second received 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent, on the stake*. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlongs ] 36yds). Mr H. M'Galmont'n eh c Florio Rubattino, by Florentine-Wealth, 8.10 ... (M. Cannon) 1 Mr Richard Croker's br f Rhoda 8., 8.7 (C. Wood) 2 Lord Warwick's eh c Lucknow, 8.13 (J. Watts) 3 Simylla, 8.7 (Rickaby) 0 Ayah, 8.7 (K. Cannon) 0 Colt by Bend Or— Jenny Howlet, 8.10 (Fagan) 0 Betting : 5 to 4 agst Jenny Howlet colt, 13 to 8 Rhoda 8., 20 to 1 Florio ttubattino. Won by two lengths ; half a length between second and third. Time, lmin 14 4-saec. Friday, June 18. Habdwicke Stakes, of 2000sovs, added to a sweepstakes of lOsovs each. Swinley coursa (one mile and a-half). Mr 1-. Brassey*B b c Bay Ronald, by Hampton —Black Duchess, 4yre, 9 7 ... (Bradford) 1 Lord Cadogan'a b f Lowly, 3yrs, 7.4 (N. Robinson) 2 Mr Hamar Bass s colt by St. Serf— Novitiate, 3yr8, 7.7 (Finlay) 3 Minstrel, 3yrs. 8.8 (M. Cannon) 0 Frisson, 3yre. 7.12 ... v .^. (S. Loates) 0 Trawler, 3yrs, 7.7 ... „\ (AllsoppX 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agat Bay Ronald. In climbing the hill Bay Ronald pulled himself alongside Lowly, and coming away before reaching the Spagnolecti Board, won easily by ten lengths ; six lengths between second and third. * Alexandra Plate!, of ISOOsovs, added to a sweepstakes of 25zovs each ; the mcond received 400sovs. About three miles. > Mr W. Low's b c St. Bris, by St. Simon—Nandine, 4yrs., 9.0 ... (M. Cannon) I Mr A. Taylor's oh f Queenwood, 4yre, 8.0 Walder)

Betting : 100 to 7on St. Bris. Queenwood led .till passing the stand, when St. i Sris drew out with a clear lead, and led to the fcpagnoletti Board, where Queenwood closed with and headed the leader, but in a most exciting finith the favourite just squeezed home by a neck. NEWCASTLE AND GOS FORTH PARK. Tuesday, June 22. North Debby, of 127550v5. For three-year-olds. One mile and a-half. Lord W. Beresford's b f Nunsuch, by Nunthorpe—La Morlaye, 8.9 ... (F. Finlay) 1 Mr Vyner's borbr c Yorkmint, 9.1 •• (F. B. Blaok) 2 Mr T. Jennings jun.'s eh c Pungent, 9.4 (Bradford) 3 Unseen, 8.4 ». (F. W. Lane) 0 Briseis, 8.4 ... „. (Rickaby) 0 Roughborougb, 8.12 „ .„ ... (Weldon) 0 Uppercut, 8.4 (C. Wood) 0 Lady Kenilworth, 8.4 ... o ... (Fagan) 0 Betting : sto 2 agat Yorkmint, sto 1 Nunsuch, 10 to 1 Pungent. When fairly in the line for home Nunsuch asiumed the command, followed by Unseen on ' the rails and Yorkminfc on the outside, and quickly drawing clear, Nunsuch won easily by four lengths ; a neck separated the second and j «fcird. Wednesday, June 23. NORTHUMBEKLAND PLATE, Of 10003OVS, With gold cup value lOOsovs ; second received SOsovi. 'Jwo miles. Mr A. F. Calvert's br c Bradwavdine, by Bar-caldine—Moute-Rosa,-4yr6, 8.5 (C. Wood) 1 Mr P. Buchanan's eh h The Docker. 6vib, 9.0 — • (R. Coifing) 2 Mr W. Stevenson's ob. or be Burnock Water, : 4yrs, 8.3 ... ... (F. W. Lane) 3 1 Piety, 4yrs, 9.0 [mc 131b extra] ... (F. Park) 0 Grain of Sense, 4yrs, 7.9.- (K. Cannon) 0 Vizard, 4yrs, 7.5 (F. Finlay) 0 Opera da™. 6yrs, 7.7 » (J- Harrison) 0 Drip. 4yrß, 7.13,. . .. k ... (O. Madden) 0 1.0. U., syr.«, 7.3 , (Fearis) 0 The Shaughraun, 4yrs, 7.6 ... (J. Sharpies) 0 Ali, aged, 6.9 .- (A. Louuie) 0 Posterity, syrs, 7.11 (G. Bell) 0 Dingle Bay, syrs, 8.0 (C. Ward) 0 Dolls, 3yrs, 6.13 (S. Chandley) 0 Bircby Birchy. 4yrs, 6.11 (C. Leader) 0 Betting : 3 to 1 agst Bradwardine, Bto 1 Burnock Water, 100 to 6 The Docker. Below the distance Bradwardine shot out clear, followed by Tho Docker, and won in a canter by four lengths ;' three-parts of a length divided the second and third. Thursday, June 24. Seaton Delaval Plate, of lOSOsovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlones. Mr C. Perkins's eh colt by Bend Or— Jenny Howlet, 9.3 (Fagan) 1 Mr Prentice's eh f by Swillington— Samaria, 8.7 (O. Madden) 2 Mr P. Lorillard's eh c Lapwing 11, 8.10 (F. Finlay) 3 ; Rockend, 8.10 (F. W. Lane) 0 Golden Quartz, 8.10 (S. Chandley) 0 Docetis, 8.10 (F. B Black) 0 Santos, 8.7 (Rickaby) 0 , Betting : 6 to 4 on the Jenny Howlet colt. The Jenny Howlet colt made the whole of the , unning, and won by three-parts of a length ; i cur lengths separated the second and third. i

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RACING IN ENGLAND. MANCHESTER., Otago Witness, Issue 2267, 12 August 1897

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