RACING IN ENGLAND.
Tuesday, July 27. I Stewards' Cup, value SOfaovs, added to a sweep- j s ul;p, of lOsovs each ; second 50aovs. T.Y.C, \ Mxfmiongs. j Mv X M'Caimont'K eh i Amphora, by Amphion j —Siena, 4yrs, 8.8 (M Cannon) 1 Lord W. Beresford's b c Diakka, 4yrd. S 4 (Bradford) 2 Sir S. Scott's blk f Ardvourlie, 4yri?, U.D (Segrott) 3 Chaa s eur, syrs, 5.7 (Rickaby) 0 Bed Heart, syrs, fl.O (C Wood) /0 Count Schombeiff, oyrs, 813 (S. Loatea) 0 Americus, syrs, S.lO _,( ( !aWe') 0 lesterliu, syn>, 8.8 ... ... (N. Robmson) 0 Farmer, 3yrs, 7.12 ... (Finby) 0 Imposition. 4yrs, 7.9 / (T. Loates) 0 Saxon Piince, Byiß, 7.8 s ■•.(«! Sirdar, 3y«. 7.7 ... ... ... (S. Chandley 0 Soya! Rose, syrs, 7.5... ..-. ... <AUj^P) 0 JCilkerran, Syrs, 7.5 (O. Madden) 0 Omladina, 4yrs, 7.5 rJfy*, n Duamia, 3yi^, 7 0 ... JS*?* 0 "} n fc-.,!.,.. 4vrs 7 0 ..> ... (H. loon) 0 s,iSi, Si. t ? n ... o B«tting : 6to 1 agst Imposition, 100 to 9 Diakka, 100 to 8 Amphora, 33 to 1 Ardvourlie. The lead was maintained by Royal Rose until of a mile from home, when she quickly gave way to Saxon Prince, Chasseur, and Diakka, Sud Amphora secured the inside berth. At the distance Diakka was just leading from Chasseur and Amphora. In the next 100 yards the race was virtually ended, as Amphora shot out decisively upon the call "of- her jockey, and won in •galliot style from Diakka by two lengths. Time, smin 15 4-ssec. Richmond Stakes, of 25sovs each with SOOsovs added ; secoud 200sovs and the third lOOaovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. Mr L. Braisey's eh c Paladore, by AyrshireBating f 5 to 4 agat Paladore, 6 to 4 Sfyillanas. Paladore cut out the work, aud settled down *lear of Atalaya until entering the rails, when feecoud place was takeu by Sevillanas, who ]USt failed in her effort to overhaul Psiladore, and succumbed by a, neck.
Wednesday, July 28. Goodwood Stakes, of 495sovs. Two miles and a-half. Mr W. G. Stevens's eh c Gluten, by Thurio— üßwu B w W^'/'Vi — v (K. Cannon) 1 Mr W. Newton's b h Eclipse, syra, 8.5 The Prince of Wales's b g Glentilt, 6yrs, 73]°37 3 ]°3 2 (O. Madden) 3 ; Nouveau Riche, 4yrs, 9.0 (F. Rickaby) 0 ] Happy Return, 3yrs, 6.7 », ... (Newton) 0 St. Croce.Syrs, 6.5... „. .„ (C. Purkus) 0 Fordiugton, 3yrs, 6.5 .. , (H Joues) 0 Betting : 9to 4 agat Glentilt, sto 1 Gluten, 7 to 1 Eclipse. At the old mile post Gluten was at the head of the affairs from Glentilt, the pair being clear of Eclipse and Nouveau Riche, with the others quite 300 yds astern. In the line for home Glentilt and Nouveau Riche were hopelessly beaten, and they left Eclipse in attendance upon Gluten, who, well in front, always had plenty in hand, and won by a length. Sussex Stakes, of 712sovr. For three-year-olds. New Mile. Mr Theobald's b c Ardeshir, by Ayrshire— Agnostic, 5.3 (0. Wood) 1 Mr C. D. Ro e's b c Frisson, 8.10... (S. Loates) 2 Mr Wallace Johnstone's eh c Stewarton, 8 10 (Allsopp) 3 Ov&ndo, 8 5 (Rick* by) 0 Doremi, 8.0 a . .„ (Newton) 0 Sunflower, 8 3 (O. Maddsn) 0 Royal Footman, 8.10 (Calder) 0 Guernsey, SlO (M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Frisson, 7 to 2 Stewarton, 9 to 2 Ardesbir. From the distance Ardeshir drew to tiie head of affairs, and won easily by two lengths ; a head between second and third. • Time, lmin 46 3-ssec. Layant Stakes, of SlOsovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Mr L. Brassey's eh c O/zil, by Ayrshire— Merry Mi-er, 9 2 (Bradford) 1 Sir J. Blimdell Maple's b c Devon, 8.!) (Odder) 2 Mr J. Gretton's b c Z*noui, Sl2 (M. Oinnon) 3 Intrusion, 5.9 (Rickaby) 0 Pie Powder, B.G (T. Loate's) 0 i Goldie, 8.12 (N. KobinKJo) 0 ! Betti«>g : 11 to 4 on Orzil, 4 to 1 agst Zanoni, j 20 to 1 Devon. Pie Powder made running from Zanoni and Intrusion, with Orzil waiting upon them on the left until a quarter of a mile from home, when he drew out and won by two lengths. Thursday, July 29. Goodwood Cup, of 625sovs. Two miles and a-h-lt. M. R. Lebaudy's eh h Count Schomberg, by Aughrim - Clonavaru, byre, 30.2 (S Loates) 1 Duk-e of Westminster's br c Labrador, 4yrs, 9.4 (M. Cannon) 2 Prince of Wales's b c Oakdene, 3yrs, 7.7 (O. Madden) 3 Mr A. Cohen'u br h Greenlawn, 6$Y3, 9.11 (J. Watts) 0 Betting: 31 io 10 agat Count Schomberg', sto 2 Labrador, 7 to 2 Grctitlawu, 10) to S CVkdene. Loat'-s's effort was delayed to the distance. He theu set Count Schomb<j>g going for all he was worth, and reaching Labrador at the coiner of the stands won a fine race by three p-uto of a, longih ; six lengths between second and third. Time, smin 6sec. Pri>ce of Wales's .Stakes, of 200-iovs each For two-yeai -olds. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). (15 subs). Mr Douglas Baird's b n Champ de Mare, by Mortaeou— FJeur de Marie, 8.9 . (Rickaby) 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's b f Ayah, 8 11 ! (T. Loates) 2 Mr L. Bwssey's eh c Poldo. 8.11 (Bradfoid) 3 M-R Lcbatsdy's Le Buff, 9.0 ... (^.Loates) 010 1 Bitting : 8 to 1 on < "lnunp de Mars. Champ de.Mars jumped away with \ he lead, > and centered home a three-lenvths' winner. i Rous Memorial Stakes, of 129550v5. For two- \ year-olds. T.Y C. (six f urloiigi). j Mr Douglas B*ird's b c Cap Martin, by Mar- I tasou— Flower Girl, 9.3 (Rickaby) .1 Mr T. Biinckman'e eh c Sarrutt, 8.11 (C. Wood) 2 j Mr H. M'Cilmont's eh c Ciißhendurj, 8.5 j (Calder) 3 * Mr T. Cannon's Our Queen, 8.7 ...(M. Cannon) 0 ; Betting : 85 to 40 on Cap Martin. Cap Martin nwde clear running from Sarratt ar.d Cushendun to the di-tance, when Sarratt drew up to Illy quarters of the favourite, who quickly shook him off again, and won easily by three lengths. Friday, July 39. Findon Stakes, of SlSsovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Mr H. E Beddington's b c Vanloo, by Saraband—Vanda, 812 (AFsopp) 1 Prince of Wales'., br f Mousnie. 9 2 (J. Wa-ts) 2 Mr W. Low's eh filly by Righiawav — Hall Mavk, 8 9 (M Carmen) 3 Palado^e, 9.5 - „. ... ... (Bradford) 0 Sir Lancelot, 8.12 , ... (Galder) 0 Lip Salve, 8.12 ..,. (K. Caanon) 0 Morning D*w, 9.1 (Rickaby) 0 Colt by St. Serf-Bide-a-Wee, 8.12... (Halsey) 0 Betting : 6 to 4 agsfc Mousme, 7 to 2 Hall Mark filly, 7 to 1 Vanloo. At the distance the favouiite drew into second place, pursued by the Hall Mark filly ;butneither could reach Vanloo, who added to his command and won easily by three lengths. I Molecomb Stakks, of 700sovg. For two-year- j olds. T.Y.C. («ix furlongs). Sir J. Blunrell Mwple's eh f Royal Footstep, by Royal Hampton— Lightfoot, 9.2 ... (Calder) 1 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b c Greenan, 8-12 j (llickaby) 2 Duke of Westminster's eh f Orpah, 8.9 (M. Cannon) 3 Merry Bunk, 8.12 ... ... (Bradford) 0 Oration, 85) (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Royal Footstep, 3 to 1 Greanan. Royal Footstep carried on the running, and won easily by three lengths. Na«s^u Stakks, of 925sovs. For three year-old fillies. Old mile. Piince Soltykoff's br f Perce Neige, by St. i Simon— Flitaway, 8 G (M. Cannon) 1 Mr Douglas Bui rd'« b f Briaeis, 8.5 (Rickaby) 2 I M. 1! Lebaudy's b f Overdue, S.lO (S. Loates) 3 Castle Maid, 8.5 (O. Madden) 0 | Himlv Gurdy, 8.5 (Bradford) 0 Batting : 6 to 5 on Perce Ncige. Won e*sily by two lengths ; six lengths between secoud and third. DONCASTER. Wedne&dav, Sei'tember 8. St. Lkgf.r Stakks, of 25iovs each , second 300aovs aud tliivd lOOsovs For three-year-olds. About one mile six fuilongs and 132 yds. Mr J. Gubbins's b c Galtee More, hy Kendal— Motgauette, 9.0 1 L^id liosebery's b f Chelandry, by Goldfinch- ■ lUuminata, S.U 2 Mr J. 11. Keene's b c St. Cloud 11, by Candlemas — Belle of Maywood, 9.0 3
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2272, 16 September 1897
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2272, 16 September 1897
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