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RACING IN ENGLAND.

MANCHESTER. FIUDVY, JcTNK ?. Manchester Cup, of 2000sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 25sovs each ; second 300-3OVS and third lOOsovs. One mile and three-ouartcrs. Mr Vynor\s br c Kmg Crow, by Ciowbcrry--Queen of I/carts, -lyis, 6.10 (H. Luke, jun.) 1 Mr W. Low's b h St. Bus, Cyrs, 8.3 (M. Cannon) 2 Piincc of Wales's b f Nimsueh, 43-1-3, 7.10 (0. Madden) ' Tyro, 4yrs, 6.7 .. .. (H. Chapma2i; 0 Northallerton, 4yrs, 8.5 .. (C. Wood) 0 Chubb 3yiT., 6.0 .. .. (A. Piatt) 0 Easthorpc, syis, G2 .. .. (J. Dalton) 0 Don Aloiizo.'agpcl, 65. .. (C Purlus) 0 Acnienn, pged, 8.4 .. -. C\V. Bradkncl) 0 Bato, 3yis, GO . (A. Weatherali) 0 Betting: 100 to 30 agal Nunsuch, 5 to 1 St. Bris, 100 to 15 King Crow. MMoi-c than a quarter of a mile from home Tyro and Easthorpc dropped out, and with King Crow driven along to make the weight tell, St. Bfis went 0:1 second from Nunsuoli and Northallerton. The race was now viitually over, as in each instance the attunpt 10 improve a step was of no avail, and uddcn out to the end Ivmg Crow won by a length and aLalf from St. Bris, with the same between second and third. Acincna was ninth. Time, 3min 12 2-53 CC. Saturday, June 4. I Whitsuntide Plate, of SS7sovs. For two-year-olds. Second lOOsovs. Five furI longs. I Mr Plunkctt's eh c Bakioyle, by GallimileMaid of Kilerecnc, 9.0 .. (K. Colling) 1 I Mr J. Wallace's br f Queen Fairy, 8.10 1 (Bradford) 3 i Mr Wallace Johnston's b g Dr Nikola, 8.13 (Fmlay) 3 I Saint Vcust. 8.13 .. .. (Bickaby; 0 Coat of Arms, 8.13 .. (N. llobiiison) 0 I Filly by Morion— Lrdy Yaidley, 8.10 : (O. Madden) 0 Guerilla, 5.13 .. .. (F. B. Black) 0 Betung: 13 to 8 agst Baldoyle, 5 to 2 Queen A quarter of a mile from home Dr Nikola drew to the front, followed by Queen Faiiy and Baldoyle, and an exciting set-to between the ' last-named pair inside the distance resulted in [ the head \lctoly of Baldoyle. Time, limn 6 4-ssec, I ! LEWES. Friday Junk 10. ■Lewes Spring Handicap, of 250sovs. One mi le. Mr Jersey's b w Maluma, by Ma hi?. - Madcap, Gyrs, 8.7 .. •• . . (O. Wood) 1 Mi A. W. Meny's eh c Dalciuore, Syr?, 6.12 Mr B. S. Cooper's bl or br f 'Winter, 4jis, I OH .. ..{II. Luke, 3 an.) 3 Sam, by'xs, 7.2 l ,^ oon l « Fobsicker, 6yrs, 7.8 .. .. (A'Uopp) 0 Ch.impigi.ol 11, 4yrs, 8.12 (N. Robinson) 0 lush liiiiglit, 3yrs, C.8.. .. (Punat/ 0 Betung : 11 to 8 agst Maluma, 100 to 30 Dalemorc, 10 io 1 "Winicr. _ Sa-n showed the way from Irish Knight and Winter, with Maluma next, and JJalemore and Fos&ickci- the la^t two. In the line for home Winter and Ualemore became second and thud to Kjiii, witii Fooaicker and Maluma next. More than 11 quarter of a mile from home Fo^ickur v.ms beaten, and with Maluma goxng to li.o fiont in the dip, she came on, '.and woa bj 10 ioiiyiiis li'oiu Oalcinore, a bad tana. ASCOT. Tcesday June 14. Gold Task, ox SSOsovs. Two miles. Mr Uol>ell'& eh h The Hush, by Baicaidme Whirlpool, Cus, 9.-1 .. (O. Madden) J Mr W. Lovv't; Oil i Winsome Chanens, 3yis, ! 7a __ (K. Cannon/ ii Mr W. Cooper's eh li Kewhavcn 11, syis, 9.4 j (M. Cannon) 3 Mr A. F. Calvert's Liscarton, 3yrs, 7.3 (T. lioate&) 0 Betting- Evens on The Rush, 5 to 2 agst Winsome Charters, 5 to 1 Newhaven 11. liaif way up the hill Liscarton passed Aewhaven 11, and was for a few strides on teims witii Winsome Charteris, who had no sooner shaken him oil than The Eush began to pick up his giound, and fiom beaig a hopelebs chance he s ot U P aud won by a neck » SiX lengths betwetn becoad and third. J-'ime, 3mm 39scc. „ . Coyeniry Stakes, of lGSll&ova. lor two-year-olds. T.l'.C. (five_ furlongs 136yaf>) Loid Immaven's bl c Uesmond, by bt. BimoA— L'Abbos3c de Jouaiie, «.O Loateb) 1 Mr Boboll's b c Melfi, 9.0 (O. Madden) 2 ( Caot. Machell's b c Blackwiag, 9.0 (to. Caunozt) 3 Quoea I'ahy, 8.11 „ „ f^P'^. J? Mambard, 9.0 (C- od ° Pisa, 8.11 .. .. - - Utokaby 0 Evms, 9.0 c(lc (l : ml P'\ I St. Cyrus, 9.0 „, .. .. tS Loa.es 0 Courser, 9.0 (X- Camion 0 Sv.pet Chimes, 8.11. .. ... (^et) 0 Betting. 6 to 4 on Blaclnvnig, '1 to 1 agst Desmond. „ _, -, Won by a couple ol lengths; a length and a-hali between second and thud. Prince of Walks' B Stakes, of 217isovs. ior , three-year-olds. About one mile and live Mi i^ani'ach's eh c Jccldah, by Janisssry Pilgnmage, 9.5 (J- «tls/ 1 Duke ol V. citminstcv's br c Batt, 8.13 (M. Camor.) 2 Prince Soltykoff's br c Canopus, S.lO (Bradford) 3 Locarno, 8.13 .. .. ~ (Allsopp) 0 Galashiels, 8.10 T. Loalcs) 0 Betting. 11 to 10 on Batt, 7 to 4 agst Jeddah. 3N r o sooner had Batt taken up the iun.mig a quarter of a mile fiom home than Jeddah c.uhj i out in piusuiD, and settling tho " doy in yellow " without an cifoit lie drew away from the distance, and won by five lengths; a bad "bird. Galnslueis was last. Time, 2mm 53 3-soec. Ascot Stakes (handicap) of 1723&0v5. About two miles. Mr J. Hammond's br c Uerminius, by Lowland Chicf — Hei'iomna, 4yrs, 7.11 (C. Wood) 1 Mr G. M. Inghs's eh h Piety, syrs, 8.4 (O. Madden) 2 Mr J. H. llouldswortli'& b c Rspallo, 4yrs, G.I (Dalton) 3 BarforJ ,syrs 7.11 ... .. (F. Allsopp) 0 ! History, 4yis, 8 .. .. (M. Cannon) 0 Comfic'y, 4yrs, 811 .. .. (K. Cannon) 0 1 Bard of Avon, aged, 8.0 „ (Fromantlc) 0 Limasol, 4yrs, 7.10 .. .. (Fmlay) 0 Mamas 11, Byrs, 7.7 .. .« . (S. Loates) 0 Butitr, Jyrs, 7.5 (T. Loates) 0 Nou-eau Hidic, Syrs, 7.0 .. (N. Eobiz'son) 0 Cartouche 111, aged, 6.9 .. (J. Torterolo) 0 ' Tyroj isf.Si 6.7 **. tx « ■ (U. Chapuiaui Q

Lorelo, 3yrs, 6.1 - .. .. (Weatherall) 3 Chubb, 3yrs, 0.0 .. .. (A. Pratt) 0 Betting: 4 to 1 a«st Butter, 6 to 1 Piety, 100 to 14 llermiiiius, 20 to 1 Rapailo (o). In the linp for homo Hcrmimus and Piety passed Rapalio, and with the pan* also giving j Marius II the go-by at tho foot of the hill, ! Ilcrminius for the remainder of the journey i had the race in hand and won in a canter by four lengths; the rame between second and third. Tune, Gmin 12 i st.c. Wednesday, Juxe 13. Royal Hunt Cup (a handicap) of 234050v5. Se^-cn furlongs ICG yards. Mi" Leopold do Rothschild's b c Ja^uemart, by M.uUgou— Fjir Lady, -lyrv 8.6 IT. Loates) 1 Mr H. J. Highr.in'3 eh c Fo^ton, 4yrs, 7.2 (K. Cmnon) 2 Mr Roid Walker's br h Dinna Forget, 6yrs, S.-i (Bradford) 3 , Kni°hl of the Thistle, Cyiv, 8.12 (M. C\m.ion) 4 I Charlcureux, 4yr n , 7.4 .. •• <v 3e r, rOt) I I Minstrel, dyrs, 7.8 .. ..(O Madden 6 I Borsak, 'lyrs, 7.11 .. .. U ood) 7 i Bro-.heatl, dyi*, 7.7 .. .. (Pini-iy) S 1 St. Cloud 11, 4yis 8.2 „ .. (Aihopp) _9 Clip'tone, syrs, 8.3 .. .. (&. Lo<vtec-> a() Hermiston, Syif, G S .. .. (C. l\uki->s) 31 QuilfU, iyis, 7.13 .. .. 'T. I'rench 12 Ciestfalleu, 4yrs, 8.3 .. (N. ilobui-:on) 0 Lady F.niie, syrs, 7.8 .. . . I loon) 0 Succoth, Gyi-3, 7.6 .. (11. Luke, jun.) 0 Ycster Year, 3yrs, G. 1.1 .. ■• (R. Jonco) 0 Lord Hervey, syrs, 7.1 .. (S. Chaudlcy) 0 ' Georgie, 6yrs, 6.12 .. .- (H- Jones) 0 Inrocrio, 6yrs, 6.10 „ (D Torterolo) ,() Fructidor, 3yrs, G. 2.. .. (J. Dttllnt) 0 Beato, syrs, 7.S . . . (J. F. Pratt) 0 | Betting: sto 1 agst Knight of the Tk.frtle, 10 to 1 Dinna Forget, 100 to 9 Jaquemart, 100 to S Foston. ! Inside the cliblanco Knight of the Thistle nad collared Foston and Dinna Forget, and they wore racing almost level until Japucmart drew up on the whit) hand of Knight of the Thistle, after which he foiged ahead pnd won by a : length and a-half from Foston, who sccuied second place by a short head from Dinna Forget. Coronation Stakes, of 355050v5, for three-year-old fillies. One mile 15 yards. Duke of Westminster's br f Lowood, by St. ; Serf— Eydal, 8.3 (car. 8.4) (M. Cannon) I Sir J Blundell Maple's b f Nun Nicer, 9.3 (J. Walts) 2 Mr W. T Jones's br f Airs and Graces, 9.3 (K. Cannon) 3 Cauliflower, 8.3 (Allsopp) 4 SimyalU, 8.10 (Rickaby) 0 Elf, 8.10 (O. Madden) 0 Necdleca.sc, 8.10 (Fmlay) 0 Sylvestri.-,, 8.4 .. .. .. (Bradford) 0 Glcnlara, 8.3 * (S. Loates) 0 Fairmile, 8.3 (T. Loatce) 0 Airosa, 8.3 (Fagan) 0 Chinook, 8.3 .. .. (N. Robinson) 0 Ebba, 8.3 (C. Wood) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 ngst Lowood, 5 to 1 Nun Nicer, 100 to 15 Airs and Graces. Airs and Graces and Cauliflower were indifficulties half way up the hill, and with Nun Nicer inclined to "hang" under the weight, j Lowood hold her own, and t.von by three i lengths; half as far between second and i third. I Thursday, June 16. Gold Cup, of SOSOsovs to the winner, 703 to dm bocond, and 300 to the third. About two miles and a-half. 1.1. J. de Eiemond's cli li Eli 11, by Upas — Analogy, Syrs, 9.4 .. (E. Watkins) 1 Mr Dobell's eh h The Rush, Gyre, 9.4 (O. Madden) 2 Mr P. Tortcrolo's eh h Cartouche 111, aged, 9.4 (J. Torterolo) 8 Bay" Ronald, syrs 9.i „ (Bradford) 0 Masque 11, 4yrs, 9.0 .. -. (Barlen) 0 Montegut, 4yrs, 9.0 .. .- •• (Lane) 0 Longbow, 4ys 9.0 .. ... .. (Gray) 0 History, 4yra, 9.0 .. .. (H- Camion) 0 Betting: 100 to 30 agst The Rush, 7 to 2 Elf 11, 50 to 1 Cartouche ITI. Half way up the hill Masque II wag thoroughly beaten, and with Bay Ronald and History soon in the same plight they left Elf 11 to draw into immediate attendance upon The Rush. From the distance the pair had the race entirely to thempelvcs, and nicely waited with, Elf II caught The Rush one hundred yards from the chair, pnd won by a length and a-ha.li. A genera! pulling up enabled Caitouchc 111 to finish a bad third. Hrstoiy fourth, Mssque II fifth, Bay Ronald sixth, and Longbow last. Time, 4min 30 2-spcc. New Stakes, of 172950vf, for two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (5 furlongs 136 yards). Bake of Wcstmin&ter'h b c Flying Fox, by Orinc— Vampire, 810 (M. Cannon) t Mr D. B.iird's b f Musa, 8.7 .. (Riokaby) 2 Duke of Portanu's b c Dismay, 8.10 (T. Loates) 3 Colt by Kcncla— Adornment, 8.10 (Rnmdolb) -4 Boniface, 8.10 (Bradford) 5 Galliot, 8.10 .. .. .. (Allsopp) 6 Dslby 8.10 .. „ .. (S. Loates) 0 Knickerbocker 8.10 .» .. (O. Madden) 0 Gounod, 3.10 (C. Wood) 0 Simonsbath, 8.10 (Pagan) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Flying Fox, 7 to 2 Musa, 100 to 8 Dismay. Musa v. as followed by Boniface, Flying Fox, and the Adornment colt to the distance, wliero Flying Fox, who had been running green, challenged Musa, and wearing her down, won by thiee ypiis of a length, four lengths dividing second and third.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2318, 4 August 1898

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