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LIVERPOOL. Wednesday, July 20.

GREAT LANCASHIRE BREEDERS' PRO- | DUCE STAKES, of 2000sovs; 200sovs to the nominator of che winner, 150 to the owner of the second, 100 to the nominator of the second, and 50 each to the owner and nominator of the third. For two-year-olds. Five furlongg. Duke of Devonshire's b f Claque, br Marden —Applause 11, 8.4 (O. Madden) .. ..1 Mr L. de Rothschild's eh c Trident, 9.5 (T. Loates) 2 Mr C. J. Blake's b c Blackwing, 9.2 {J. Watts) 3 Galopin Lassie, 9.2 (M. Cannon) .. ..0 G-alliott, 9.0 (Allsopp) - —0 j Tallahassee, 8.9 (S. Loates) — .. ■- 0 Betting : Evens on Trident, 3to 1 agst Blackwing, 7 to 1 Claque. At the distance Trident drew up to the girths of Claque, but could not improve much upon that position, and finally succumbed by a j neck. ST. G-EORGE STAKES, of 2000sovs; 200sovs \ to the nominator of the winner, 100 to the owner and 50 to the nominator of the second, i 60 to the owner and 40 to the nominator of i the third. For three-year-olds. One mile j and three furlongs. Duko of Devonshire's eh o Dieudonne, by Arcphion — Mon Droit, 9.4 (J. Watts) .. 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's b f Pie Powder, 8.9 (T. Loates) 2 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b c Greenan, 8.4 (Allsopp) 3 Schcmberg, 9.8 (Rickaby) .. .. „. ... 0| Volsinian, 8.4 (N. Robinson) .. .-. .. 0 ] Brilliante, 7.13 (car. 8.3) (Weldon) .. .. 0 Betting: 11 to 10 agst Dieudonne, 11 to 2 Pie Powder, 11 to 2 Greenan. A quarter of a mile from home Schonberg was in trouble, and Dieudonne and Pie Powder having gradually closed with G-reenan, they came away from the distance, the favourite winning easily by a length and a-half. Time, 2min ' 25 l-ssec. Thubsday, July 21. LIVERPOOL CUP, of lOOOsovs. One mile and three furlongs. Mr Reid Walker's br h Dinna Forget, by Loved One — Barometer, 6yrs, 8.7 ' (N. Robinson) 1 Mr Jersey's eh c Brayhead, 4yrsj 7.7 (O. Madden) 2 Mr H. M'Calmont's b h Knight of the j Thistle, syrs, 9.0 (M. Cannon) „ ..3 Acn-ena, aged, 7.12 (F. Allsopp) „ ..,0 Ashburn, 4yrs, 7.6 (S. Loates) .. .- .. 0 Bonny Winkfield, 3yrs, 6.8 (H. Luke, jun.) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Knight of the Thistle, ! 3 to 1 Brayhead, 7 to 2 Dinna Forget. j Before entering the straight Acmena hoisted sigrals of distress, and Brayhead came on from Dinna Forget and Knight of tho Thistle, with Bonny Winkfield and Ashburn rapidly losing ground. A quarter of a mile from home Knight of the Thistle compounded, and with Dinna Forget now collaring Brayhead, he at once had the race in hand, and taking matters easily inside the distance won by a length. Time, 2inin 20 3-ssec. WINDSOR. I Saturday, July 23. JULY HANDICAP, of 362sovs. One mile. Mr Jersey's b m Maluma, by Malua — Mad-

Colt by Wisdom— Lovelorn, 4yrs, 7.9 (K. Cannon) 0 Margaret of Branksome, 6yrs, 7.0, (Purkis) Vestalin, 3yrs, 6.10 (Dalton) 0 Form, 6yrs, 8.6 (Bradford) 0 Betting: 15 to 8 agst Sheeroe, 5 to 2 Maluma. The race was reduced to a match between Sheeroe and Maluma, and the last-named won easily by two lengths. GOODWOOD. Tuesday, July 26. STEWARDS' CUP, of 622sovs. Six furlongs. Mr J. Jewitt's br f Altesse, by Amphion — Marchioness, 4yra, 8.4 (M. Cannon) .. 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's br g Rosemerryn, 4yrs, 7.4 (T. Loates) 2

Orris Root, 3yrs, 6.0 (B. Lynham) .. .. 0 Betting: 3 to 1 agst Mount Prospect, 100 to 30 Rosemerryn, 9 to 1 Lucknow, 100 to 7 Altesse. A quarter of a mile from home Lucknow, who •was tacking across the course, collided with Eager, and then continued to bear away rapidly to the stand side. In the meanwhile Altesse was drawing up rapidly on the immediate left of Rosemerryn, and the pair having caught Lucknow at the distance, Eager and Northern Farmer were also close up. From this point there was a most exciting finish between five, of whom the beautifully timed Altesse shot out in the last 100 yds, and won by a neck from Rosemerryn. Time, lmin 15sec. RICHMOND STAKES, of 742sovs. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Mr L. de Rothschild's b c St. Gri3, by Galopin—lsabel, 8.10 (T. Loates) .. .„ 1 Duke of Devonshire's b c Roundel, 8.10 (O.

Betting: 7 to 4 agst St. Gris, 4 to 1 Forse. Slow running was made by St. Gris till a quarter of a mile from home, when the steam •was turned on, and with St. Gris adding to his command, he won by a length and a-half. Wednesday, July 27. GrOODWOOD PLATE, of 710sovs. Two miles and a-half. Mr E. Cassel's b h Marius 11, by St. SerfSunny Queen, syra, 7.12 (S. Loates) .. 1 Mr F. Hardy's b h Eclipse, 6yrs, 7.4 (Allsopp) ■• •• •• •• •• •• 2 Sir J. Miller's b c Invincible 11, 3yrs 6.10 (Segrot) i i« ••• 3 Ashgarth, syrs, 7.0 (H. Toon) _„ M 0 White Frost, syrs, 6.i0 (H. Luke, jun.) n 0 Prig 3yrs, 6.7 (Purkis) xa 0 Torres Vedras, 3yra, 6.0 (Weatherell) .. 0 Betting : 3to 1 agst Marius 11, 4to 1 Eclipse, 6to 1 InvinciUie 11. , „,., „ , A mile from home Prig and White Frost laid at the girths of Eclipse, with Marius TI drawing up fourth, <uid Toires Vedras drifting astern. Before entering the stiaight Tug colapsed, and Eclipse descended the bill xolIcwed fox Wkite 2?ro8 ( t« li*yyiciW» **i 9>°?

Marius 11. In the rails White Frost was beaten, and. with Mariua II depriving Eclipae of the award below the distance, he won by three lengths. Time, 4min 57sec. LAVANT STAKES, of 940sovs. For two-year-olds. Jb'ive furlongs. Mr J. W. Larnach's br f Victoria May, by St. Simon — Hampton Rose, 9.2 (J. Watts) 1 Mr F. Bickley's eh f Chloris 11, 8.6 (Allsopp) 2 Mr Douglas Baird's b o Ugolino, 8.9

Betting: 6 to 4 agsb Victoria May, 100 to 12 Chloris 11, 10 to 1 Ugolino. The favourite waited to the distance, when she obtained an opening between Chloris II and Ugoliiio, and won in neat style by a length. SUSSEX STAKES, of 727sovs. For three-year-olds. New Mile. Duke of Devonshire's eh c Dieudonne, by Aniphion— Mon Droit, 9.1 (J. Watts) . . 1 Mr Douglas Baii'd'a b c Cap Martin, 9.1 (Rickaby) 2 Duke of Westminster's br c Batt, 8.13 (M. Cannon) . . . . .~ ... „« . . 8 Elfin, 8.13 (C. Wood) .. .. •».« » 0 St. Evox, 8.3 (O. Madden) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 on Cap Martin, 3 to 1 agst Dieudonne, 9 to 2 Batt. The issue was reduced to a match between Dieudonne and Cap Martin, and with the latter sprawling badly below the distance, he was beaten easily by two lengths. Time, Irnm 44 l-saec. Thursday, July 28. GOODWOOD CUP, of 625sovs. Two miles and a-half. J Lord Penrhyn's b c King's Messenger, by King Monrnoutli — Swiftsure, 3yrs, 7.7 (O. | Madden) 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's b f Pie Powder, 3yrs, 7.4 (T. Loates) 2 Mr J. R. Kcene's b c St. Cloud 11, 4yrs, 8.12 (Allsopp) 3 Carlton Grange, 6yrs, 9.5 (S v Loates) .. 0 G-alatia, 4yrs, 9.1 (N. Robinson) .. Betting: 2 to 1 agst Carlton Grange, 3 to 1 Pie Powder, 7 to 2 St. Cloud 11, 4 to 1 King's Messenger. Descending the hill in the line for home Carlton Grange was attended by St. Cloud II and Pie Powder. He collapsed before reaching the rails, and with Pie Powder soon afterwards depriving St. Cloud II of the command, King's Slessenger waited to the distance, when he made his effort on the stand side and won a good race by a length. Time, srnin 23 sec. PRINCE OF WALES'S STAKES, of 2200sovs. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales's eh f Eventail, by Ayrshire — Fanchette, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's b c St. Gris, 9.0 (T. Loates) • • 2 Mr Douglas Baird's b f Musa, 8.11 (Rickaby) 3 Betting: 13 to 3 agst Eventail, and 2 to 1 each St. Gris and Musa. St. Gris settling down in front, was followed at clear intervals by Musa on the inside and Eventail on the left, until a quarter of a mile from home. The three then began to close, and at the distance St. Gris almost touched Musa. At the same time Eventail was taking their measure. Although beginning to tir6 in the last 100 yds, the >ost had been most accurately measured, ana she won a fine race by a b,ead from St. Gris. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, of 1145sovs. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Mr H. M Calmont's eh f Amphitheatre, by Amphion — Reservation, 8.7 (M. Cannon) .. 1 Mr A. James's b f Fascination, 8.8 (O. Mad-

Amphitheatre. I Below the distance Amphitheatre, who had figured in the rear at the outset, came with a rattle, and as Fascination made poor response, j oho was easily beaten by three lengths. ' DONCASTER. Wednesday, September 7. ST. LEGER STAKES, of 25sovs each. For three-year-olds; colts 9.0, fillies 8.11. Second 300sovs and third lOOsovs. Old St. Leger course — about one mile six furlongs and 132 yds. Captain Greer's eh c Wildfowler, by Gallinule — Tragedy . . • . . . — 1 Mr J. W. Larnach's eh c Jeddah, by Jannissary — Pilgrimage . . 2 Mr A. Belmont's eh c Bridegroom 11, by Rayou d'Or— St. Bridget 3 Pedigree of the Winner.

PLACED HORSES AND BETTING- SINCE 1876. 1877 Lord Falmouth's Silvio .." 13 to 8 Lord Falmouth's Lady Golightly 4to 1 Lord Bradford's Manoeuvre .. 100 to 1 Won by three lengths ; a neck. 1878 Lord Falmouth's Jannette .. sto 2 Lord Falmouth's Childeric .. 10 to 1 Lord Lonsdale's Master Kildare 100 to 8 Won by four lengths; half a length. 1879 Count Lagrange's Rayon dOr 3 to 1 Mr Houldsworth's Ruperra 100 to 15 Mr Blanton's Exeter .. .. 28 to 1 Won by five lengths; a length. I 1380 Mr Brewer's Robert the Devil 4to 1 il.oid Rosebery's Cipollata .. 100 to 6 Mr Naylor's The Abbot .. .. 20 to X Woo. by three lengths; _a nqofr--

1881 Mr Lorillard'B Iroquoia .. .. 2to 1 Mr G-retton's Geologist .. .. 11 to 1 Mr Perkins's Lucy Glitters .. 66 to 1 "Won by a length , three-quarters of a length. 1882 Lord Falrnouth's Dutch Oven 40 to 1 Lord Stamford's Geheimniss .. Bto 11 Duke of Westminster's Shotover 100 to 15 Won by a length and a-half; four lengths. 1883 Duke of Hamilton's Ossian .. 9to 1 Mr C. Perkins's Chiselhurst .. 100 to 6 Lord Elle3inere's Highland Chief 6to 2 "Won by three lengths ; bad third. 1884 Mr R. C. Vyner's The Lambkin 9 to 1 Duke of Westminster's Sandiway 40 to 1 Mr R. Peck's Superba .. . . sto 1 ! Won by a length.; three-quarters of a length. ! 1885 Lord Hastings' 8 Melton .. ... 40 to S5 Lord Bradford's Isobar .. ... 11 to 1 Lord Cadogan's Lonely .. .. 10 to 1 "Won by six lengths; same. Mr Manton's St. Mirin . . .. 100 to 7 Mr Manton's St. Mirin .. .. 100 ti 7 Mr T. Jennings, sen.'s, Exmoor _ 100 to 1 Won by four lengths ; bad third. ; 1887 Lord Rodney's Kilwarlin .. 4to 1 Mr Abington's Merry Hampton 6to 1 Mr Manton's Timothy .. .. 100 to 7 Won by half a length; a head. 1888 Lord Calthorpe's Seabreeze .. sto 2 Lord Bradford's Chillington .. 40 to 1 Mr Manton's Zanzibar .. .. 20 to 1 Won by three lengths; a head. 1889 Duke of Portland's Donovan .. 8 to 13 Mr J. Gretton's Miguel .. .. 33 to 1 Lord Bradford's Davenport .. 20 to 1 Won by three lengths ; same. i 1890 Duke of Portland's Memoir . . 10 to 1 Duke of Westminster's Blue- j green . . . . . . 10 to 1 Mr J. Grettou's Gonsalvo .. 200 to 1 : Won by two lengths ; a length. j 1891 Sir F. Johnstone's Common .. 4to 6 j M. B. Blanc's Reverend .. 11 to 2 | Colonel North's St. Sirnoii of the j Rock 45 to 1 j Won by a length; a neck. \ 1892 Baron de Hirsch's La Fleche .. 7to 2 Lord Bradford's Sir Hugo .. 10 to 1 , Baron de Hirsch's Watercress 20 to 1 i Won by two lengths; thre9 lengths. 1893 Mr H. M'Calmonl's Isinglass 40 to 95 Mr C. D. Rose's Ravensbury .. 11 to 2 Baron de Rothschild's Le Ni- I chani 33 to 1 Won by half a length; a length and a-half. 1894 Lord Alington's Throstle .. 50 to 1 Lord Rosebery's Ladas .. .. 10 to 11 Baron de Hirsch's Matchbox .. 2to 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; two lengths. 1895 Lord Rosebery's Sir Vi-sto .. 9to 4 Mr W. M. G. Singer's Telescope 1000 to 35 Mr L. Brasaey's Butterfly .. Bto 1 Won by three-quarters of a length ; a bad third. 1896 Prince of Wales's Persimmon 2 to 11 Duke of Westminster's Labrador 6to 1 Duke of Westminster's Rampion 200 to 1 Won by a length and a-half ; a bad third. 1897 Mr J. Gubbins's G-altee More .. 1 to 10Lord Rosebery's Chelandry .. 25 to 1 Mr J. R. Keen o' a St. Cloud II 33 to 1 Won. by three- quarters of a length ; a neck.

Oxford (1557) Birdcatccer IHoneydear Sterling (1868) Wh't ocr (1857) |F)atcatchev iSilence o — < Isola Bella (186S) Stockwell (1849) The Baron Pocahontas Pi Isoline (1860) Efhelberfc Bassishaw 3 a z. 3 < [Hermit (1864) Newmirister (1848) Touchstone Beeswing Tadmor Mrs Sellon o o SI Seclusion (1857) o I H-l Sister to Rysh worth (1865) Skirmisher (1851) Voltigeur Gardham mare Vertumna 0859) Stockwell Garland The Baron (1812) Birdcatcher Echidna I Rataplan (1850) Young Alice (1855) Focahontas I (1337) Glencoe Marpessa Y. Melbourne, (1855) ; Melbourne •Clarissa 3 Sweet Haw-j thorn (1858) [Sweetmeat Alice Hawthori a o I a IS Massinissa (1866) Flying Dutchman (1846) Calpurnia (1856) 'Bay Middleton ißarbelle lon Lycisca Jeu dcs Mots (1861) King Tom (1851) Harkaway Pocahontas Jeu d'Esprit (1852) Flatcatcher Extempore

den) 53 Duke of Portland's b c Dismay, 8.5 (Allsopp) 3 Gruava, 8.7 (T. Loates) * 0 Fairy, S.B (£\ Pratt) .„ .- .. 0 Lustroso, 8.5 (C. Wood) 0 l'he Shogtm, 8.5 (S. Loates) 0 Betting: 6 to 5 on Fascination, 6 to 1 agst

(luckaby) . . <atheronwlieel, 8.9 (O. Madden) !anobie Lea, 8.9 (S. Loates) hra Royal, 8.9 (C. Wood) „, loralist, 8.6 (M. Cannon) «. .mbrosia 11, 8.6 (T. Loates) .. 3 ... 0 -« 0 »* 0 .. 0 .. 0

cap, by Robinson Crusoe, byrs, 9.0 (C. Wood) 1 jord Granville Gordon's eh f SLeeroe, 4yrs, 7.11 (Pinlay) — •• 9 £r E. A. 'Harper's b f Superb, 3yrs, 7.4 (Allsopp) 3 Ween Aigaa, syra, 8.12 (M. Cannon) .. .. 0 it. Fort, 4yrs, 8.7 (Madden) 0 italtravers. aged, 8.0 (Toon) .. .. .. 0

ELR.H. the Prince of Wales s eh. c Jjuckn< 3yrs, 6.4 (E. Weatherell) .. .«, Eager, 4yrs, 8.10 (F. Allsopp) .„ „ Tbter, 4yr3, &.1 (S. Loates) .. .„ 3ir Geoffrey, 3yrs, 7.10 (H. Toon) . . STorthern Farmer, 4yrs, 7.9 (F. Finlay) Silount Prospect, iyrs, 7.6 (N. Robinson) iSTorah Sandys, syr 3, 7.4 (O. Madden) Eigh Treasurer, syrs, 7.0 (H. Jones) Sermiston, 3yrs, 6.13 (Perkis) .., Dubuque, 3yrs, 6.10 (H. Luko, jun.) 3weet Adare, 3yrs, 6.8 (Dunn) .„ Primrose Hill, 4yrs, 6.5 (C. Archer) .« low, .. So ** o ... o m 0 Mr 0 » 0 *.«, o ir« 0 *. o M o — " 0 *» o

Madden) • • « [r Houldsworth's br c Ckrbiston, 8.10 (Allsopp) >« .« ra lie Shogun, 8.10 (S. Loates) .. m, n 'orse, 8.10 (Rickaby) .. .„ [ouetoumont. 9.8 (M. Cannon) .. 4 .- ..

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LIVERPOOL. Wednesday, July 20., Otago Witness, Issue 2324, 15 September 1898

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