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Thursday, October 21. Great Sapling Plate, of lOOOsovs ; second lOOsovu and the third sQsovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Prince Soltykoff's b c Ninus, by Sheen— Nina, 8.9 (M. Cannon) 1 Sir J. B. MapKs b or br f Nun Nicer, 9.7 (Calder) 2 Captain C. Howard's eh c Sheet- Anoho'r, 8.9* • (O. Madden) 3 Disraeli, 9.10 (J. Watts) 0 The Brocken, 8.9 (Bushell) 0 Orzil, 9.12 (Bradford) 0 Shrewd, 8 9 (K. Cannon) 0 Deviia Saint, 5.9 (S. Loates) 0 liigolo, 8.9 (T. Loates) 0 Heckler, 8.9 (G P*yne) 0 Cauliflower, 8 6 (C. Wood) 0 Cephalonia, 8.6 . (AUsopp) 0 Betting : sto 4 agst Ninus, 9to 1 Sheet Anchor, and 10 to 1 Nun Nicer. The_favourits always had the verdict safe and won by a length ; three lengths between second and third. Foal Stakes, of 2000iovs. For three-year-olds. About one mile and a-quarter. Mr J. Gubbins's b c Galtea More, by ICendal — Morganette, 10.0 ... - (C Wood) I Mr C- D. Rose's b f Gortegar, 9 7 (S Loate») 2 Mr P. Buchanan's b or br f Unseen, 8 4 • " (F.-W.L-me) 3 P.crceNeige ; 9 2 ... ... :..(M. Cannon) 0 The Restored, 8.7 ... ■• (Calder) 0 Kilgrkn, 9.0 ... '(Rickaby) 0 Stewarton, 9.5 ... --(Allsopp) 0 Betting : 100 to Bon Galtee More. • • ~Uns,een jumped, off in front- of Gortegar, The Restored, and Galtee More, with Kilgrian in tbe rear, for a, cjuple of hundred yards, when Stewartou.took, second- placj. The pace^being moderate, Unseen was thi'ea or four lengths clear at the members' g*te, Cortegar going ou second again from Stewarton and Galtee More, with Peroe Neige next, and The Restored still acting as whipper-in. Th*y had enter-ad the straight before Unseen was challenged, aud the first to joiu issue was Galtee More, who carried his colouirf to the fore at the entrance to the rails, with 'Cortegar in the. m-ianwhile closing up. Below tbe distance Galtee More had cleared Unseen, andj allhoujh inclined perhaps to run "lazy," he won with plenty to spare by three lengths from Cjrtesar, who passed Unseen ia the last hlmdred yards and secured second place by a length and a-half. Time, 2tniu 17 3-5 ;ec.

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SANDOWN PARK., Otago Witness, Issue 2284, 9 December 1897

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SANDOWN PARK. Otago Witness, Issue 2284, 9 December 1897