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RACING IN ENGLAND.

SANDOWN PARK. Friday, July 14. ECLIPSE STAKES, of lO.OOOsovs; second 500sovs, the third lOOsovs, and the normnator of the winner 500sovs out of the stakes. About one mile and a-quarter. J)uke of Westminster's b c Flying Fox, by Orme— Vampire, 3yrs, 9.4 (M. Cannon) 1 J)uke of Westminster's eh o Frontier, by Orme— Quetta, 3yrs, 9.1 (J. Watts) .. ..2 Prince Soltykoff's b c Nirius, by SheenNina, 4yrs, 9.13 (C. Wood) .. 3 Mr L. de Rothschild's Golden Bridge, by Rayon d'Or— St. Bridget, 4yrs, 9.6 (T. Loates) 0 Sir M. Fitzgerald's Heir^lale, by Ayrshire— Kose Maylie, 4yrs, 9.10 (O. Madden) „ •. 0 Betting: 100 to 14 on Flying Fox, 100 to 8 agst Ninus, 100 to 6 Golden Bridge, 40 to 1 Heir Male, 66 to 1 Frontier. Ninus being first away he -was followed by Flying Fox, who was clear of Golden Bridge, ■with Heir Male last. After a quarter of a mile had been covered, Golden Bridge went to the head of affairs, followed by Flying Fox and Ninus, Frontier being next some two lengths in advance of Heir Male. At the pay gates Golden Bridge was some two lengths in advance of Flying Fox, with Ninus just clear of Frbntier, and Heir Male still in the rear. As the railway turn was made, and the straight approached, Flying Fox reduced the lead of Golden Bridge, whilst Ninus went on third. Before the rails had been reached, Golden Bridge gave way to the Kingsclere crack, who soon afterwards found Frontier as liis immediate follower. Watts kept the latter going to secure second money from Ninus, the official verdict being a length ; half a length between Becond and third. Golden Bridge wa3 a bad fourth and Heir Male last. Time, 2min XI 3-ssec. PREVIOUS WINNERS.

THE TIME RECORD.

Saturday, July 15. NATIONAL BREEDERS' PRODUCE STAKES, of 435750v5. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Lord W. Beresford's eh. g Democrat, by Sensation—Equality, 9.9 (Sloan) .. .. .-. .. 1 Mr Dewar's eh c Forfarshire, 9.0 (S. Loates) 2 Mr"R. Croker's b f Salina, 8.8 (J. Reiff) .. 3 O'Donovan Rossa, 9.9 (J. Watts) 0 Bonnie Lad, 9.0 (C. Wood) .. 0 Minerette, 8.6 (O: Madden) 0 Steinort, 8.11 (M. Cannon) - 0 Romula, 8.6 (Newton) -.. .. 0 Eiccarton, 8.7 (F. W. Lane) .". 0 Colt by Freemason—Glenara, 8.4 (T. Loates) 0 Duvernay, 8.4 (Allsopp) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Democrat, 2 to 1 Forfarshire, 20 to 1 Salina. Below the distance Democrat took up the running froni Salina, whilst Forfarshire was coming up hand over hand, but too late to overhaul Democrat, who won by a neck.

rear. st lb iBSB — Bendigo, 6yrs ... 9 7 ... 1888-Orbit, 3yre ... 812 ... 1889— Ayrshire, 4yrs ... 10 2 ... LB9l— Surefoot, 4yrs ... 10 2 ... 1892— Ornie, 3yrs ... 9 1 ... 1893— Onue. 4\ra ... 10 2 ... 1894— lsiuglass, 4yrs ... 10 2 ... 1895— Le Justicier, Syra 9 1 ... LB96— St. FiusquiD, 3yrs 9 4 ... 1897— Persimmon, 4yra 10 2 ... 1898— Velahquez, 4yrs ... 10 2 ... LB99— Flying Fox, 3yrs - 9 4 ... T. Cannon T. Canoon F. Birrett Liddiard G. Barrett M. Cannon T. Loatea Frmch T. LoateB J. Watts C. Wood M. Cannon

ill. S. i IU. O. 1886— Bendigo ... 2 12? ! 1893-Orme ... 2 16a 1887- No race ! 1894^-Isinglass... 213 1888— Orbit ... 2 14 i 1895— LeJusticier 2 13? 1889-Ayrshire...-.2 U i !596-St Fru=quin 2 12j 1890-No Race j 1897-Persimmon 2 9g 1891-fur^foot... 2 15 j 1898— VelaBquez 2 112 (892-Oime 2 15 I 1899-Mying Fox 2 122

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2375, 7 September 1899

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2375, 7 September 1899

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