RACING IN ENGLAND.
KKMPTON PARK. - j Fhiday, October 8. s. Isiperial Produce Stakes, of _3000sovs ; nomi- j nator of wii<ner 200sovs, nominator of second j IGOsovs, owner of Srco_nd- - 2('odovs, and norm-uator-and owner of third SOsov.* each. For J two-year-olds. Six furlongs. 1 Duke .of Devonshire's eh c Dieudonne, by ■ Arophibn— M-,n Droit. 9.0 ... (J. Watts) 1 Mr C. D. Rose'? eh. c Cyllece, 910 XS. Loates) 2 Lord Alliogton's b f Nota Bene, 8.11 "•• ! (M. Cannon) 3 ; Purser. 8.11 (N. Robinseti) 0 Royal Sport, 9.0 (T. Loates) 0 Colt by Gaiopin— Thebais, 9.0 ...(Rickaby) 0 Heir Male, 9 0 (C. Ward) 0: Loucrtown, i). 7 (Allsopp) 0 ! Vfvladore, 9.5 (Bradford) 0 Locarno, 9.0 (Calder) 0 Kbba, 8.11 (C. Wood)- 0 Gay Lumley, 9.0 (Finlay) 0 j Betting : 5 to 4 ajjst Cyllene, 6 to 1 Dieudonno, i 100 to 7 Nota Bene. . j Below the distance Dieudonne and Cyllene had i Vassod Purser, and the retirement of Heir Male j left no room for Nota Bene and Royal Sport, of I whom the former only teok third placa very clos-e horne — not that she could ever get within hail of Dieudonne and C/llene ; and although Mr ! Rose's colt reached the git tha of Dieudonne 100 yd- j from home, he got no nearer, and suffered defeat j by three-parts of a length ; four lengths between j second and third. Time, lmin 15 3 Bsec. \ Saturday, October 9. ! Duke of York Stakes (Handicap), of SCOOsovs, ! by subscription of 35sovs ; owner of second \ horde 15flsovs and third 75sovs. One nrile. j Lord W. Beresford's b c DUkka, by The Hailcr \ Prince— Rizpah, 4yrs, 8 5 ... (M. (Javucn) li Mr Houldsworth's b h Laveno, syrs. 8 0 I (T. J. Calder) 2 \ Duke of Devonshire's br c Minstrel, 3yrs, 7.7 <O. Madden) 3 Court Ball, 6yr*, 6.11 .„ .„ (N. Robinson) 0 i Maluma, syrs, 7.0 ... ,„ .(J. r J barplei>) 0 La Pagesse, syrs, 7.4 , c . ... (S. Lostes) 0 ; Marco, syrs, 8.4 ... „. ... (Allsopp) 0 ! Red Heart, fiyrs, 8 2 „», M . .. (C. Woo'i) 0 Roughside, 4yrs, 6.10 , ... (J Hunt) 0 Amphora, 4yw, 7.10 ... ... (V. Loates) 0 Shaddock, 4yrs,T.9 ..= ... ' ... (X Oannon) 0 Fteton, 3',r5,7.2 (H. Toon) 0 Frfsson, 3yrs, 6.8 .... (H. Jone*) 0 Arezzo, 3yra, 6.8 (J. Dalton) 0' Betring : 7 to 2 agst Diakka, 5 to 1 Minstrel, 100 ' to 7 Laveno. t ,^ 1 A quarter of* a mile from home Arezz.i, Rongh- j side, and Malnma dropped out, and for a few ] strides there was not much to cho so betvfecn Minstrel, Li Sagesse, and Court Ball. Below the distance Laveno assumed the command, and was at once challenged by Diakka, who quickly got him into trouble, and won in gallant style by a couple of lengths ; twice as far between secondand third. Time, lmin 44sec.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2283, 2 December 1897
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2283, 2 December 1897
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