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GOODWOOD. TUESDAY, JULY 25.

STEWARDS' CUP, value 67'2sovs. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Mr Horatio Bottomley's b h Northern Farmer, by Laureate ll.— Smock Frock, syrs, 7.6 (F. Finlay) 1 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b f 'Nun Nicer, 4yrs, 8.0 (S. Loates) 2 Mr C. A. Mill's b f Mazeppa, 3yrs, 6.11 (Heapy) 3 Ainericus, aged, 8.2 (L. Reiff) 4 Eager, syrs, 10.2 (M. Cannon) 6 Bridge, 3yrs, 6.7 (Smart) 6 Leisure Hour, 4yrs, 7.0 (R. Huxtable) ... 7 Little Eva, 4yrs, 7.3 (H. Luke) B Fosco, 6yrs, 9.0 (T. Loates) , .. 0 Dieudonne, 4yrs, 8.7 (O. Madden) .. .. 0 Gold Medallist, syrs, 8.4 <K. Cannon) .. .. 0 Thp Baker, 4yrs, 7.8 (Allsopp) 0 Tender and True, 6yrs, 7.7 (Chapman) .. 0 The Wyvern, 4yrs, 7.6 (G. Sanderson) .. 0 Vara, 3yrs, 7.4 (H. Jones) 0 Myakka,«yrs, 7.3 (J. H. Martin) 0 Zanettfl; 3yrs, 6.7 (Wetherell) .. .» .. 0 Clarehaven, 3yrs, 6.5 (J. Boyle, junr.) .. .. 0 Master Willie, 3yrs, 6.3 (W. Madden) . . . . .0 Betting : 9to 2 against Dieudonne, 100 to 15 Mazeppa, 8 to 1 Nun Nicer, 20 to 1 Northern Farmer, 100 to 1 Gold Medallist. When Americus gave way at the distance, Nun Nicer assumed the lead, followed by Northern Farmer, Americus, and Mazeppa. A fine race home was witnessed, and Northern Farmer staying the longest he wore Nun Nicer down, and won by a neck ; a length and a-half between second and third. Time, lmin 12 3-ssec. RICHMOND STAKES, of 7S2sovs. For two-year-olds. Tlyee quarters of a-mile. Mr L. Brassey's b f Winifreda,by St Simon — Melody, 8.7 (W. Bradford) 1 J. Musker's br f Edith Crag, 8.7 (Tilbury) 2 Duke of Westminster's gr c Granite, 8.10 . (M. Cannon) 3 Mi J. W. Larnach's Simonswood, 8.10 (O. Madden) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 against Granite and Winifreda. Edith Crag was first away from Winifreda and Granite, in which order they came to the distance, where. Winifreda shot out, and gained a ready two-length verdict. Wednesday, July 26. GOODWOOD PLATE, of 710sovs. Two miles. Mr Jersey's eh h Merman, by Grand Flaneur —Seaweed, aged, 9.0 (C. Wood) 1 Mr A. Wagg's b c Mitcham, 3yrs, 6.10 (Heapy) 2 Mr L. Brassey's b c Merry Buck, 4yrs, 6.12 (Gant) 3 Loreto, 4yrs, 7.5 (S. Loates) 0 Sherburn, 4yrs, 8.10 (Rickaby) . . . „ . . . . 0 Uncle Mac, syrs, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 0 Eclipse, aged, 7.5 (O. Madden) 0 Sinopi, 3yrß, 7.0 (G. Sanderson) 0 Harvest Money, 6yrs, 6.13 (Dodsworth) .. 0 Aldbourne Chimes, 6yrs, 6.5 (Pearson) . . 0 Betting: 6 to 2 against Uncle Mac, 4 to 1 Merman, 8 to 1 Mitcham, 100 to 8 Merry Buck. A quarter of a mile from home Sinopi was beaten, and Merman going to the front was followed by Mitcham and Merry Buck. There was, however, only one in it, and that one Merman, who drew right ahead and won in a canter by four lengths. Time, 3min 58 4-ssec. SUSSEX STAKES, of 750sovs. For three-year-olds. New Mile. Lord William Beresford's eh c Caiman, by Locohatchee — Happy Day, 8.13 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr Wallace Johnstone's b c Harrow, 9.1 • (S. Loates) 2 Duke of Devonshire's b c Millennium, 9.1 (J. Watts) 3 Betting 11 to 4 on Caiman. Caiman jumped away' with the lead, and making all the running, won in a canter. Time, lmin 50sec. Thursday, July 27. • GOODWOOD CUP, of 490sovs. Two miles and a-half. Mr Jersey's eh c Merman, by Grand Flaneur —Seaweed, aged, 9.5 (C. Wood) .. .. 1 Lord Penrhyn's b c King's Messenger, 4yrs, 9.1 (Rickaby) 2 Mr William Cooper's eh h Newhaven 11, 6yrs, 9.12 OL Cannon). ..... «. ~ .„. 9

Betting: Evens on Newhaven 11, 6 to 5 against Merman, 10 to 1 King's Messenger. At a slow pace Kiug's Messenger, some four lengths in advance of Merman, showed the way, with Newhaven II three lengths away, waiting. So they raced out of the straight, and no change took place imtil a-inile from home, where Mertnan closed with King's Messenger, and shortly afterwards heading him entered the straight with a clear lead. Soon afterwards Newhaven II took second place, only to give way again at the distance to King's Messenger, but the latter failed to reach Merman, who won by two lengths; a head between second and third. Time, smin 30sec. PRINCE OF WALES'S STAKES, of 2400sovs. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Lord Rosebery's br c Epsom Lad, by Ladas —Disorder, 8.9 (C. Wood) 1 Prince of Wales's b c Diamond Jubilee, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's b c Griffon, 9.0 (T. Loates) 3 Palmaro, 9.0 (S. Loates) 0 Mardi, 9.0 (Rickaby) „ 0 Star of Hanover, 8.11 (A. Main) 0 Romula, 8.8 (W. Bradford) .. 0 Altnabea, 8.11 (O. Madden) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 against Diamond Jubilee, 15 to 8 Epsom Lad. As the distance was neared, Epsom Lad closed with Diamond Jubilee, and if both endeavoured to cut it, the bearer of the Royal colours was the first and last^to show the white feather, and resolutely declining to go, left Epsom Lac} to score by half a length. Time, lmin 18sec. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, of 1095sovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Mr T. R. Dewar's eh c Forfarshire, by Royal Hampton — St Elizabeth, 8.5 (S. Loates).. 1 Mr L. Brassey's b c Lictor, 8.8 (W. Bradford) „ 2 Mr Wallace Johnstone's b f Paigle, 8.8 (Allsopp) 3 Afrit, 8.10 (T. Loates) 4 Colt, by Sheen— Balornock, 8.10 (O. Madden) 5 Betting : 100 to 30 on Forfarshire. Forfarshire showed the way, with Lictor last to the distance, where the latter took second place, but in a good race home failed to reach Forfarshire, who won by a length.

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GOODWOOD. TUESDAY, JULY 25., Otago Witness, Issue 2375, 7 September 1899

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