RACING IN ENGLAND.
Tuesday, Octobi-r 26. Cambridgshire Stakes,- of 25iovg each, with BOJsova added ; second lOO^ovs and_ the third horse saves his stake. One mile and a disit.'iiice. 3ir W. Ingram's b c Coinfrey, by Despair— St. Frida, 3yrs, 7 2 (IC Cannon) 1 Mr T. E. JCeene's b c St. Cloud 11, 3y.s, 7.0 (T. Sloaue) 2 Mr P. Lorillard's br g Sandia, Syrs, 7.8 (A. White) 3AUo started : Galtee Mote 9.6 (J. Watts), Bay Ronald 8.6 (W. BradforJ), Labrador 8 3 (ftl. Cancou), Bradwauline 8 0 (C. Wood), Laveno 8.0 (Calder), Gulistan7.l2(T. Loates), Balsamo7.10(O. Madden), ICager 7.S (AIL-opp). Diuna Forget 7.6 (Finlay), Fuuny Boat 7.-t (Jones), Ashburn 7.3 (N. Kobinaon), Cort< gar 7.2 (S.Loates), Maluma 7.0 (J. Sbai pies), Yoiker 6.12 (H Toon), M.ack Biigg3 ti.lo iChapinan), Friolera 8.0 (C. Leader). Bet- ing : 9 to 2 agst GaHee More, 10C to S Si:. Cloud [[, 100 to '! Saudia, ?5 to 1 Corofrey. In commencing the descent Dinna Forget aud Eager collapsed, and Sb. Cloud II went on from Sandia, Comfn-y, Guli-.taD, GaHee More, Libru.dor, Maluma, and Certejmr. Of these, Gdlc«e More was beginnicg to l.ihuur, and as ho diea out in entering the AHuk<iou Mile Bottom, his retreat extended to GuH=tan and Labrador. Ac they began to climb the hili St. Cloud It was somewhat hampered by Sandia, and with Comfrey then carrying his colours to tbe fore, tho perseverance of the other two, combined with the dialler gc of Cortegar, did not alter the result:, and Conifrey won hy a head from Sfc Cloud 11, who held a similar advantage over- Saudia. ' Beaten another hoa-1, Cortegai- was fomth, officially placed by the judge, with General Peace fifth, clo.<e up, Maluma sixth, Labrador seventh, Bradwardine eighth, Balsarao ninth, Galtee More tenth, and Gulistan eleventh, with Fiiolera aud Mack Briggs tailed off. Time, Imin 57 3-ssec. Criterion Stakes, of CS^sovs. For two-year-olds. Six f uriongs. Duke of "Westminster's br c Batt, by SheenVampire, B.S (M. Cannon) 1 Sir J. Blundell Maple's eh f Royal Footstep, 9.2 (Cilder) 2 Mr E. Courage's eh c Intolerance, 8.8 1 (O. Madden) 3 Airs and Graces, 8.6... .„ ... T. Loates 0 Canopus, 812 ' (Rickaby) 0 BettiDg : Evens on Batt, 6to 4 agsi Royal Footstep. Intolerance cut out the work to the red post. Here Batt took a slight lead, and was challenged from the distance by Royal Footstep, who failed to get up, and Piiccumbe'J by a neck. Friday, October 29. Houghton Stakes, of 427sovs. For two-year-ol<ls. One mile and Uyds. Duke of Westminster's br c Batt, by SheenVampire, 9.2 (M. Cannon) 1 Sir J. Miller's b f by St. Simon— Sanda, 8.1 (S. Loates) 2 Sir R. Waldie Griffith's b c Kurvenal, 8.4 (Rumbold) 3 Poldo, 8.4 . «. ...(Bradford) 0 King Poppy. 8.4 (1. I oatcs) 0 Hall Came, 8.4 ~ JCalder) 0. Quaxtor, 8.4 (C. Wood) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 ag3t Sanda filly. 5 to 2 Batt. In descending the hill the two favourites worked their way to the front, and, taking the lead out of the Abingdon Mile Bottom, Batt won by a length and a half. - 'LINCOLN. - Monday, November 1. Great Tom Stakes, of 460sovs. The Straight Mile. Mr D. Seymour's b ni Angelina, by Coracle— Culverin, 6yrs, 6.12 (Sloane) 1 Lord Stanley's eh c Golden Rule, 4yrs, 6.5 (Segrott) 2 Mr C. Morbej's b c His Reverence, 4yr3, 8.2 - (C. Wcod) 3 Funny Boat, 4yrs, 8.0 ... (0. Madden) 0 Villiers, syrs, 6.13 .„ '. (Toon) 0 Olwyd, 6yrG, 8.8 " „,. «.. (Kickaby) 0
Phoebus Apollo, 4yra, 7-12 ... ' *.. (Allsopp),t All Moonshine, 3yrs, 6.12 <R. Morgan) a Betting : 7 t0.4 agst Clwya, 5 to 2 His Ilever« ence, 10 to 1 Angelina. Golden Rule made running for half the journey, when Augelina deprived him of the com* mand, and, making the remainder of tho running, won by three quarters of a length.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2286, 23 December 1897
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2286, 23 December 1897
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