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RACING IN ENGLAND.

EPSOM. Friday, June 2. £?HE OAKS STAKES, of 4500sovs, by subscription, of 5030vs each, for three-year-old fillies; the nominator of the winner re•ceived 400sovs, the owner of the second SOOsovs, an dthe owner of the third lOOsovs out of the stakes. About one mile and ahalf. 'tMr Douglas Baird'a b f Musa, by Martagon Palmflower, 9.0 (O. Madden) .. •• 1 {Lord W. Beresford's b f Sibola, by The Sailor Prince—Saluda, 9.0 (J. Sloan) .. 2 liord Rosebery's b f Corposant, by Sheen — Illuminata, 9.0 (C. Wood) .. • • • • 3 •Puke of Westminster's Princess Mary, by Bend Or—St. Mary, 9.0 (M. Cannon) .. 0 Sir J. Blundell MapLe's Galopin Lassie, by Galopin—Kylesku, 9.0 (E. Martin) .. 0 JMr J. W. Larnach's Victoria May, by St. Simon—Hampton Hose, 9.0 (J. Watts) .. 0 iMr C. D. Rose's Santa Casa, by Bona Vista —Lorette, 9.0 (S. Loates) .. -• •• 0 liord Farquhar's Reminiscence, by Carlton —Recollection, 9.0 (F. Rickaby) .. .. 0 •Mr E. C. Clayton's Fair Huguenot, by Sir Hego—St. Helen, 9.0 (T. Weldon) >. 0 Mr "Leonard Cohen's Fairy Gold, by Bend Or—Dame Masham, 9.0 (F. Allsopp) .. 0 Btr W. M. G. Singer's Janitza, by Janissary —Bmgundy, 9.0 (T. Loates) .. •• 0 JJr J. Wallace's Queen Fairy, by Oberon— Lady Lothian, 9.0 (W. Bradford) .. .. 0 Betting: 7t04 on Sibola, 10 to 1 agst Reminiscence, 100 to 8 Princess Mary, 100 to 7 Janitza and Queen Fairy,'loo to 6 Fairy Gold and Vicioria May, 20 to 1 Musa and Santa Casa, 25 Ito 1 Galopin Lassie, 33 to 1 Fair Huguenot, )40 to 1 Corposant. Once at the post, little or no delay took place, «nd the ilag falling at the second attempt, it was to the detriment of Sibola. Corposant, Cfl the other hand, began well, and making play from Queen Fairy, had Reminiscence, [Fairy Gold, Musa, Santa Casa, "Victoria May, ■Janitza, Galopin Lassie, and Sibola next, whilst Princess Mary brought up the rear. After coyering a- quarter of a mile, Corposant was showing *he way to Fair • Huguenot, Reminiscence, Santa Casa, and Fairy Gold, with Queen Fairy next, and Princess Mary still in the rear. At lfche mile post, Corposant was still leading, followed by Fair Huguenot, Fairy Gold, Sibola, And Musa, and in this order they ran to the top <of the hill, where Sibola improved her position, «nd, followed by Corposant, Fairy Gold, Fair Huguenot, Queen Fairy, and Musa, made the ■way from Tattenharn Corner. Into the straight fLord Rosebery's filly came, followed by Sibola, •Muaa, and Santa Casa, whilst Janitza, who Bulked, and would not race, had dropped so far astern, that T. Loates pulled her into a canter. Half way down the straight Corposant was ibeaten, and the issue was left to Sibola ard Musa, the latter of whom, in a fine finish, got home by a. head; a length and a half betwtm second and third. Time, 2min 44sec. V?i!ue fit the stakes, JE4150.

J_2 !L^WO__ lACORN STAKES, of 622sovs; for two-year-old fillies. Five furlongs. Mr A. James's b f Dum Dum, by Carbine — Charm, 8.9 (O. Madden) 1 puke of Portland's b f La Roche, 5.9, (T. Weldon) 2 Laing's br f Pappdale, 8.12 (Bradford) 3 Sweet Balsam, 8.12 (S. Loates) .. .. 0 {Lutetia, 8.12 (Sloan) .. .., .... .... 0 Silver Chain, 8.12 (Allsopp) -rJ, „ .. 0 OPeddal, 8.12 (Rickaby) . *. „, ... 0 INervous, 8.12 (K. Cannon) .. ,m ..0 Madame Rachel, 8.9 (T. Loates) „, •• ° Oria, 8.9, (Martin) v *„ ». 0 Glaze, 8.9 (M. Cannon) .. .* ..■ «« 0 Simonella, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 SFilly by Janissary—Swiftsure, 9.3 (Finlay) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 agst Lutetia, 100 to 6 agst JDum Dum. At the distance Dum Dum assumed the comjnand, and drawing away up the hill, won by a slength and a-half; three parts of a length be.lween second and third. Time, 59 1-osec. LINGFIELD. Tuesday, June 6. 3JNGFIELD SPRING TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE, of 417sovs. Five furlongs. Jjord W. Beresford's b f Lutetia, by Pontiac —Luella B, 9.0 (Sloan) 1 »Ir J. Musker's b or br f Our Grace, 8.13 (O. Madden) 2 Dfcr Douglas Baird's br c Mambrino, 8.11 (Rickabsi 3

Cross Counter, 8.5 (Axtell) ... „ ,„. 0 Lockinge, 8.8 (B. Lynham) „ „ i«' 0 Silver May, 8.5 (J. Woodburn) -« ..0 Bar the three named, 25 to 1 wa9 offered. Betting: 7 to 4 on Lutetia. Our Grace made the running from Mambrino. They ran thus for about half the journey, when Lutetia assumed the command, and won easily by a neck. Wednesday, June 7. IMPERIAL STAKES, of 975sovs; for three-year-olds. One mile. Lord W. Beresford's eh c Caiman, by Locohatchee — Happy Day, 9.0 (Sloan) .. ... 1 Sir J. B. Maple's b c Royal Whistle, 9.3 (E. Martin) 2 Mr J. Wallace's br f Queen Fairy, 9.0 (Rickaby) 3 Betting : 20 to lon Caiman. Caiman jumped off in front of Royal Whistle, and, making the whole of the running, won easily by two lengths. Time, lmin 41 4-osec. LEWES. Friday, June 9. LEWES SPRING HANDICAP, of 250sovs. One mile. Mr H. C. White's eh g Form, by Cranbrook —La Mode, aged, 8.7 (L. Rieff) .. ... 1 Mr C. J. Merry's b c, by Deuce of Clubs — Sweet Mart, 3yrs, 7.4 (Chapman) 2 Mr H. de Paravicini's eh c Rookwood, 4yrs, 8.8 (C. Wood) 3 Leap On, aged, 8.10 (S. Loates) ... *. 0 Draco, syrs, 8.10 (O. Madden) 0 Betting : 15 to 8 agst Sweet Mart colt, 2to 1 Leap On, 8 to 1 Form. Form showed the way at a good pace from Leap On and Draco, with Rookwood whipping in. This order was maintained until fairly in the line for home, when the Sweet Mart colt became third, and%in the dip went on second, but failed to reacii Form, who made the whole of the running, and won by a length. Time, l'min 45 4-ssec. ASCOT. Tuesday, June 13. THE COVENTRY STAKES, of 1826sovs, for two-year-olds. Five furlongs 136 yds. Lord W. Beresford's eh g Democrat, by Sen-" sation — Equality, 9.0 (Sloan) . . . . ' 1 Sir R. Walclie Griffith's b f Vain Duchess, by Isinglass — Sweet Duchess, 8.11 (O. Madden) 2 M. E. Blanc's b f Lucie 11, by Melton — Livie II 8.12 (Barlen) 3 Diamond Jubilee, 8.0 (J. Watts) .. ..0 Bcurne Bridge, 9.0 (S. Loates) .. .. .. 0 Chevening, 9.0 0-lickaby) . . .. .. 0 Capstan, 9.0 (T. Loate*) „. 0 Stealaway, 9.0 (N. Hobinson) .. .. „. 0 Bright Key, 9.0 (Allsopp) .., „ ... 0 303, 8.11 vM. Cannon) 0 Betting : 6to 5 agst Diamond Jubilee, sto 1 Democrat and Vain Duchess. At the distance Democrat and Vain Duchess had reached the French filly, and the colt, running his race out strongly, disposed of Vain Duchess cleverly by a length; a neck divided second and third. ASCOT STAKES (handicap), of 1680sovs. About two miles. Lord Rosebery's eh o Tom Cringle, by Donovan — Seabreeze, 4yrs, 7.9 (S. Loates) 1 Lord Farquhar's b h Nouveau Riche, 6yrs, 8.3 (Sloan) 2 Mr Fairies b c Chubi), 4yrs, 7.4 (O. Madden) 3 Batfc, 4yrs, 8.8 (M. Cannon) 0 Airs and Graces, 4yrs, 8,6 (Allsopp) .. „0 Candelaria, Syrs, 8.0 (A. Covington) +„ 0 Morning Dew, 4yrs, 7.12 (T. Loates) ■». 0 Golden Rule, 6yrs, 7.10 (Segrott) .. ». 0 Lowland Beauty, 4yrs, 7.11 (C. Leader) ». 0 Baldur, 3yrs, 6.11 (Purkis) .. .. su 0 Glentilt, aged, 6.9 (B. Lynham) .. ..0 Betting: 100 to 30 agst Batt, 9 to 2 Tom Cringle. j On making for home Chubb again took up the running, followed by Baldur, with Nouveau lliche rapidly drawing up, and Batt next. When fairly in the straight Nouveau Riche pulled his way to the front, but after settling the pretensions of Chubb, a new and more dangerous opponent appeared in Tom Cringle, who got the better of a good race, and won by a neck. Time, 3min 45Bec. THE TIME RECORD. M. S. I M. S 1882. Retreat ...3 49 18.U Houndsditch 3 43§ 18S3. Isbmoel ...3 34 1892 Billow ...3 44 1881. Greenbank 3 4Sfc 1893. Inniskillen 3 39J 18F5. Althorp ... 3 37? , lSy4. Aborigine ... 3 43j» 188fi. Belinda ... 345 J 1895. Ravensbury 337 1887 Eurasian ... 352 18!)t5. Arlequin ...3 44 IPSB Dan Dancer 3 3'i i 1597. Matque 11... 3 39k 1889. I ord Lome 341 1898. Hermiuius... 3 42g 1890. Lord Lome 3 54g J 1899. Tom Criugle 3 42 PRINCE OF WALES'S STAKE, of 1900sovs, for three-year-olds. New course (about one mile and five furlongs). Duke of Portland's b c Manners, by St. Simon — Tact, 8.5 (M. Cannon) .. ..1 Mr J. H. Houldsworfch b or br c Cabbiston, 8.3 (T. Loates) „ 2 Mr J. W. Larnach's br f Victoria May, 8.10 (O. Madden) „3 Airolo, 8.3 (C. Wood) „ .. „ „0 Kent, 8.3 (Sloan) 0 Polycrates, 8.10 (F. Rickaby) 0 Lord President, 8.3 (Allsopp) 0 Betting: 6 to 5 on Kent, 7 to 2 agst Manners. Won easily by four lengths. Time, 2min 51 l-ssec. Wednesday, June 14. ROYAL HUNT CUP, of 252050v5. New mile (seven furlongs and lGGyds). Mr D. J. Jardine's br c Refractor, by Prism — Heartense, 3yrs, 6.3 (Wethercll) .. ..1 Mr Z^ame's b h Eager, Oyrs, 9.4 (M. Cannon) 2 Lord W. Beresford's b h Knight of the Thistle, 6yrs, 9.2 (Sloan) 3 Argosy, 4yrs, 7.6 (Allsopp) .. , fc ..0 Alt Mark, 4yrs, 7.3 (S. Loatea) .« 4; 0 Mount Prospect, syrs, 7.6 (Luke) .. „0 Nun Nicer, 4yrs, 8.1 (E. Martin) .. „0 Simonsido, 3yrs, 6.7 (Dalton) 0 General Peace, syrs, 8.7 (O. Madden) 0 Strike a Light, 3yrs, 6.10 (G. Sanderson) ..' 0 Baldoyle, 3>rs, 6.13 (B. Lynham) .. „0 Golden Bridge, 4yrs, 8.4 (T. Loates) .. ..0 Sirenia, 4yrs, 7.8 (Chapman) .. .. ..0 Footpad 11, 3yrs, 6.13 (Segrott) „ „0 Musetta, 3yrs, 6.7 (Hcapy) .. „ ;. 0 Flambard, 3yrs, 6.8 (Purkis) 0 Betting : 100 to 30 agst Eager, 10 lo 1 Knight of the Thistle, 25 to 1 Refractor. At the distance there was very little to choose between Eager and Knight of the Thistle as regards position, the favourite going the better of the pair, and Refractor, in the centre of the course, threatening danger, whilst Argosy, Alt Mark, and Mount Prospect were all in the second rank, but being hard driven. Inside the distance Eager claimed a decided advantage over Knight of the Thistle, but shouts i were loudly raised for him when Refractor came j up on the outside, and, quickly drawing clear, won a good race in clever style by a length and a-half. CORONATION STAKES, of 2600sovs. For three-year-old fillies. One mile. Mr A. James's B f Fascination, by Royal Hampton— Charm, 8.10 (O. Madden) .. 1 Mr C. D. Rose's b f Zanetto, 8.3 (S. Loates) 2 Mr P. Lorillard's eh f Myakka, 8.10 (Sloan) 3 Corposant, 8.3 (C. Wood) .. „.„ ..0 Royaume, 8.3 (E. Martin) .. .... .... 0 Princess Mary, 8.10 (M. Cannon) ..j IM , 0 Landrail, 8.10 (Finlay), ... M «j *.. 0

Cromlix, 8.10 (T. Loates) .. M „ 0 Papola, 5.3 (N. Robinson) .. •«„ „ 0 Betting : 7to 4 agst Myakka, 4to 1 Fascination, 100 to 8 Zanetto. Fascination getting the better of ilyakka inside the distance, won easily by three lengths from Zanetto, who v/as, in turn, five lengths in advance of the favourite. FORTY-SEVENTH TRIENNIAL STAKES, of 777sovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlongs 136 yds). Mr P. C. Patton's b c Longy, by Trenton — Saintly, 8.12 (M. Cannon) .. .. • .. 1 Mr A. James's b f Dum Dum, by Carbine — Charm, 9.0 (J. Watts) 2 Mr P. Lorillard's eh g Jouvence, by Pontiac —Joy, 8.12 (Sloan) .. .. „ ..3 Lictor, 8.12 (Bradford) .. .. .. *. 0 Spring Hare, 8.12 (Rickaby) .» „ 4. 0 Ninon, 8.12 (C. Wood) .. " „. -.., *. 0 Rice, 9.3 (Finlay) 9 ., 0 Lady Averil, 8.9 (S. Loates) -„ ... y . 0 Edith Crag, 8.9 (O. Madden) A •«. « 0 All Sunshine, 8.7 (F. Wood) .. \: .. 0 Betting: 9 to 4 agst Longy. At the foot of the hill Longy pulled his way to the front, followed by Dum Dum and Jouvence, and making the rest di the running, won in a canter by a length; a neck dividing second and third. ASCOT DERBY STAKES, of 1250sovs. For three-year-olds. Swinley course (one mile and a-half). Duke of Westminster's eh c Frontier, by Orme— Quetta, 8.10 (M. Cannon) .. „"1 Lord W. Bereaford's b g Jolly Tar, 7.13 (Sloan) 2 Mr W. Low's b c Mark For'ard, 8.10 (T. Loates) 3 Sweet Marjorie, 7.13 (Finlay) 0 Galliot, 8.10 (Rickaby) ..• - 0 Colt by Orme— Nemesis, 8.3 (O. Madden) ♦. 0 Betting: 6 to 4 agst Frontier. In the straight Cannon sent the favourite to the front, and although pursued by Jolly Tar, he was never afterwards headed, and won by three-quarters of a length. Thursday, June 15. GOLD CUP, value lOOOsovs, with 3000sovs in specie in addition, out of which the SPcond received 700sovs and the third 300sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 'JOsovs each. About two miles and a-half. Mr C. D. Rose's eh c Cyllene, by Bonavista —Arcadia, 4yrs, 9.0 (8. Loates) .. .. 1 Mr H. V. Long's eh c Lord Edwaid 11, 3yrs, 7.7 (T- Loates) 2 M. J. de Bremond's b c Gardefeu, 4yrs, 9.0 (E. Watkins) 3 Le S.-naUur, 4yrs, 9.0 (Dodd) .. .. 0 Heninniua, oyrs, 9.4 (M. Cannon .. ... 0 Betting: 6 to 4 agst Cyllene. Entering the Old Mile Course the favourite and Lord Jfidward II drew closer to Le Senateur, and from this point to the Brickkilns Gardefeu and Herminus passed and rex>assed each other repeatedly. Cornin round the turn, Le Senateur was still slightly in advance of Lord Edward II and Cyllene, whilst both Gardefeti and Herminus drew up, and the favourite, going great guns, -was hailed the winner directly .they were in the straight. A quarter of a mile from home Cyllene pulled his way to the head of affairs, and the remainder of the race was a procession, the favourite gaining a hollow victory by eight lengths. Time, 4min 29 2-ssec. Value of the stakes, £3210. NEW STAKES, of 1928sovs, for two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (five furlongs 136 yds). Mr A. James's b f The Gorgon, by St. Simon — Andromeda, 8.7 (O. Madden) . . . . 1 Lord Rosebery'a blk c Bonnie Lad, by Ladas —Bonny Jean, 8.10 (C. Wood) .. ..2 Sii John Kelk's b c Kerseymere, by Galopin — Casfaimere, 8.10 (T. Weldon) .. „3 Jouvence, 8.7 (Sloan) « 0 Greer.away, 8.7 (Bradford; 0 Captain Kettle, 8.10 (Fagan) .. .. .. 0 Madame Rachel, 8.7 (M. Cannon) .. .. 0 Westerham, 8.10 (T. Loates) .. „ .. 0 Bonarosa, 9.3 (S. Loates) .. .. .. .. 0 Galveston, S.lO (Rickaby) .. .. „ 0 Mitrate, 8.10 (Nelson) „ 0 Victor Wolf, 8.10 (Allsopp) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 agst Bonarosa, 7 to 2 The Gorgon, 6 to 1 Bonnie Lad, 7 to 1 Kerseymere. At the distance Kerseymere took up the running, followed by The Gorgon, and shortly afterwards The Gorgon headed Kerseymere, this pair a^d Bonnie Lad running home together in close order. Bonnie Lad failed to reach The Gorgon, and had to put up with defeat by a neck, but succeeded in wresting second place from Kerseymere by a like distance.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2370, 3 August 1899

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