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RACING IN E NGLAND.

KEMPTPN PARK. FxtiuAY, May (!. Royal Two year-old Platjc, of 3loosqvs; 2400*0v3 | to the winner, jiCO-jovri (o i he no;»sinatcr of tLo winner, lOtls-ovs each to the owner and nominator of the second, and SD--ovs each tj the owner and nominator of the thud. Five furj longs. ! Prince of Wales's eh f Eventail, by Ayrshire — j Fiiucbette, 8.6 (O. Madden) 1 i Mr 11. H. Combe's b f No Tinmpg, 5.3 ! " (S, Lcates) 2 ' Jli T Cannon's b c North Britain, 8 U (11. Cannon) 3 j Eordu- Boaster, 5.9 (J. Sharpies) 0 i Galliot, 8 9 (Allv>pp) 0 sS!.Grisß 9 (T. Loate.) 0 ; Fifet-hirc, B.G (Bradford) 0 ! Ciinobie Lea. S.ti (F. B. Black) 0 ! Sibola, 8 6 (O. Wood) I) ! Carbistou, 5.6 (K. Oaiwiosj) 0 j Uhibrosa, 8.3 (Kinky) 0 Taiolinta, 8 3 (N. llo'nnson) 0 Saint Vaast, 8.6 (Rickaby) 0 Betting : 4 to 1 ag3t North Biitrtiu, 9 to 2 Evcdtail, and 100 to 12 No Trumps A quarter of a mile from home Event»il was in command from No Tiump?, North Biitain, and Carbis>lon, and with these running in couples from the distance Eventail won. a fine race by a head. Time, lmin 6' 4 s.sec. j — i Saturday, May 7. ! j Jubilee Stakes, of SOQOsovs ; sacond SOOsovs and j ! third lOOsovs. One mile. J Mr P>,eid Walker's br h Dhuu Forget, by Loved j One— Barometer, 6yrs, 7.7 (N. llobiuson) 1 | Mr Jersey's eh g Bridegroom, syrs, 7 11 [ (T. Loates) 2 I Duke of Devonshire's b c Minstiel, 4^ rs, 7.6 | (O. Madden) 3 i General Pearce, 4yrs, 7.7 (F. Finhy) 0 ! Kilcork, 6yrs, 9.7 (J. Watts) 0 Berzak, 4yrs, 7.11 (C. Wood) (I Crestfallen, 4yre, 8.5 (F. Rickabj) 0 Eager, 4yrs, 8.9 (F. Allsopp) 0 Cartouche 111, aged, 6.12 ... (P. Torterolo) I) Alt Mark, 3yrs, «.3 (,('. Purkis) 0 Comfrey, 4yrs, S.fi (K. Cannon) 0 Ashburn, -lyrs, 7.10 (S. Loates) 0 The Convict, :jyrs, 7.1 (H Toou) 0 Dobbins, Rged, 612 (J. Hunt) 0 Sweet Adare, 3yrs, 6 7 (T. .Dunn) 0 Grt;eiitin, 3yra, (1.4 (A Pratt) 0 I Betting :9Pj 4 agsfc Dinna Foigei, !) to 2 Minstrel, and 25 to 1 Bridegroom. Below the distance General Peace was passed by Bridegroom, who was drawing up to Dinna I Forget hand over hand at the same time that j Miustrel was rapidly closing with General Peace I and Kilcock. The nearer they approached the goal the more exciting bfcame the contest, and although it was a very near thing at last, Diana Forget held his own from Bridegroom l<yahe?d, with Miustrel securing third place three-parts of a length' away, 'lime, lmin 45 3-ssec. Previous Winners. ys st 1b m. sec. ISS7 Bendigo ...a 9 7 14335 Watts ISSS Minting ... 510 0 141 4-5 F Webb 18S9 Araphion .3 7 1 146 1-5 Bradbury ISW The Imp 3 6 11 49 4-5 R. Chaloner 1831 Nunthorpe ..5903 422-5 M. Cannon 1892 JCuclid ... 3 7 4 1 42 1-5 (}. Brown 1893 Ofvieto ... 5 9 5 1 40 3-5 M. C'oiuion 1891 Avington ... 4 8 1 — GaMur ]S' ! s Vie for Wild 5 8 4 142 2-5 W. Biadford 189 d Victor Wild 0 9 7 141 3-5 W. Bradford 1897 Olwyd ... 6 7 .c. c 140 N. Robinson 1898 Dinua Forget 6 7 7 1 45 3-5 N. Robinson -, NEWMARKET. Tuesday. May 10. Newmarket Handicap, of 262sovs. One mile and a distance. Mr L. de Rothschild's b c Jaquemarr, by Martagon—Fair Lady, 4yrs, 8.12 ... (T. Loates) 1 Mr Jersey's b m Maluma, 6'yr3, 7.2 (N Robinson) 2 Lord Derby's eh g Crestfallen, 4yrs, 8 5 (Rickaby) 3 Mr Pio Torterolo's Cartouche 111, aged, 7.7 <l>. Toiterolo) 0 Sligo, 4ns, 8.7 ... (O. Wood) 0 Victor Don, 3yrs, 6.5 (Dalton) 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agst Jaquemait, So to 40 Crestfallen, and 6 to 1 Maluma. Jaquemart, who bad looked in trouble before leaving the Abingdon Mile Bottom, was eased for one run, and coming agaiD when Maluma and Crestfallen had shaken off Cartouche 111, he won a fine race by half a length. Exnjng Plate, of 482sovs. For two year-olds Five furlongs. Mr R. Croker's br c Knickerbocker, by Dobbins -Flirt UI, 8.9 (O. Madden) 1 Mr J. W. Lainach's br f by St, Simon—Hampton Rose, 9.5 ,;, „, ... (J. Watte) 2 i

. Lord Derby's eh c Arsenal, 8.12 . . (Rickaby) 3 t Landrail, 9.5 (Kumbold) 0 ■ Panache 11, 812 (K. Cannon) 0 Caiman, SO (T. Loa'es) 0 i Gamecock. 8 9 (Allsopp) 0 Dominie 11, 8 9 (Bradford) 0 , Adouais. 8.9 (C. Wood) 0 Child wickbury, S.lO F. Pratt) 0 Allouette, 8.6 (C. Ward) 0 Start Bay, 8.6 (S. Loates) 0 Black Vixen, 8 G (N. liobinson) 0 ; Bitting : 2 to 1 sgit Ltudrail, 7 to 1 Hampton Rose filly, and 8 to 1 Knickerbocker. Haif way clown the hill Adonais curled up, and Aibenal and Landrail were closely attended at the Abingdon Mile Bottom by Knickerbocker ; and the Hampton Itoso filly. From this point | Kniokeibocker came out from ''the unnamed" lilly and won by a length. Wednesday, May 11. Newmarket Stakes, of 30sovs each, with SOOOsovb added ; second 10 per cent, anil the third 5 per cent, of the stake; nominator of the winner 300sovs, nominator of the second 200sovs, aod nominator of third ICOsovsi. For three-year-olds. One mile two furlongs. Mr C. J). Kobe's eh c Cyllene, by Bona VistaArcadia, 9.0 (S. Loates) 1 Sir M. FilzGeraid's eh c Heir Male, 9.0 (N. Robinson) 2 Mr Russel'a br c The Virginian, 9.0 (K. Pratt) 3 Argosy, 9 0 (O. Madden) 0 Locarno, 9.0 (K. Cannon) 0 Jeddah, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 The Wyvorn, 9.0 (Allsopp) 0 Elfin, 9 0 (O Wood) 0 I Wantage, 9.0 .., , (T. Loat-s) 0 ' C mopuf, 9 0 (Rlckaby) 0 Fix (J. Sharpies,) 0 j Betting :7to 4 agst Wantage, 9to 2 Cyllene. 20 to 1 Heir Mule, and 33 to 1 The Virginian. j i As they descended the hill Canopns gave way, i 1 and with Cyllene striding along, he quickly i ' placed a gap between himself and Heir Male, ! j the latter being gradually overhauled r-y The I I Virginian. "Jeddah, Argosy, and Elfin. The race i ' admits of no fuither description, as Cyllene con- ! tinned to sail alone; by hirnbelf. and won eisity jLyf( ur lengths ; Jeddah w;u fifth.. Time, 2iniii 76ec. The Time E,f.cord. m. sec. m sec. IPB9 Donovan 217 2-5 IS9-1 Ladas ..2 22 IS9'i Memoir ...2 211-5 1895 The 0w1... 2 13 3-j ! "ISfl Mimi ...2 945 1891! Galeaz-j0... 212 i 1542 (Jnrio ... 234 3-5 1897 Galt'e M're 215 IB9i I>inglas?...2 212-5 1S?8 OyJlene ... 2 7 Thursday, May 12. Payne Stakes, of Blssovs. For thres-year-olds. One mile and 11 yards. Duke < f Westminster's br c Bait, by Sheen— Vampire, 9.1 (S Loates) 1 Mr J. D.ily's eh c Suceotli, 5.12 ... (Alhor-p) 2 i Du'sf of Devonshire's b c Neish, 8.12 j i (O. Mafldeu) - 3 I St. P. 8.12 ... (Rnmbold) 0 ! Dublop, 9.1 (F. Pratt) 0 - Leibure Honr, 9.1 (J. Watts) 0 Merry Buck, b.12 (Bradford) 0 Vvilns, 8.7 , (T. Loa(es) 0 Derncleugh, 8.7 (Rickaby) 0 Betting: 100 to SO agst Batt, Succoth, and I Dunlop. 'J'he is^uc was confined to Ruccoth an-dßatt, and with the pairfitiishing side by .side, B^tt won by ' half a length. Time, lmin 4S 4 S^ec. I

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2314, 7 July 1898

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