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NEWMARKET. Tuesday, September 26,

TWENTY-FIRST GREAT FOAL STAKES, of SiOsovs. For three-year-olds. One mile and two furlongs. Mr R. A. Oswald's b c Scintiilant, by Sheen — Saltire, 8.7 (F. Wood) 1

Mr H. M'Calmont's eh c Hougoumont, 8.12

(M. Cannon) 2 Sir R. Waldie Griffith's eh f Sweet Marjorie, 8.9 (J. H. Martin) 3 Guava, 7.13 (T. Loates) .. „« .. „, .. 0 Galliot, 8.7 (S. Loates) , „ 0 Arimaspian, 7.11 (W. Platt) 0 Betting: 6 to 6 on Sweet Marjorie, 9 to 4 agst Scintiilant. A quarter of a mile from home Sweet Marjoiie began to rapidly tire, and Scintiilant drawing away up the hili cantered home a six-length winner. Time, 2min 6 4-ssec.

Wednesday, September 27. BOSCAWEN STAKES, of 1200bovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs 140 yards. Prince of Wales' s b c Diamond Jubilee, by St. Simon— Perdita 11, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr Wallace Johnstone's b f Paiglo, by Orme — Lady Primrose, 8.8 (T. Loates) 2 Xiord Falmouth's b c Crown Equerry, by Royal Hampton — Galonthia, 8.11 (S. Loates) 3 Vulpio, 8.11 (C. Wood) 0 Mr.rtnaham, 8.11 (Rickaby) 0 Betting: Evens on Diamond Jubilee, 8 to 1 agst Paigle. Paigle showed the way to Vulpio and Crown Equerry, Diamond Jubilee waiting until fraro furlongs from home, when ho improved hia position. _ Vulpio being beaten eoou afterwards, Diamond Jubilet .took second place, and in a fine race home, got the best of it and won by a head. HOPEFUL STAKES, of 25sovs each, 10 ft, • with 200sovs added; the second received 100 soys and the third saved stake. Last five furlongs of Ab. M. Lord W. Beresford's b g Yumboe, by Pontiac—Ynonda, 8.9 (Sloan) 1 Sir R. Waldio Griffith's eh f Bettyfield, 9.2 (J. H. Martin) 2 Mr L. Brassey's b f Greenaway, 8.13 (Bradford) 3 St. Vigila, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Lady Mm, 8.7 (Allsopp) ,' „ .. 0 Dum Dum, 8.13 (O. Madden) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Bettyfield, 100 to 30 Greenaway, 7 to 1 Yumboe. At the distance Greenaway was beaten, and Yumboe taking up the running, was challenged by Bettyfield, who failed to get up, and Buffered a head defeat ; two lengths between second and third.

Thtjbsday, September 28.

JOCKEY CLUB STAKES, of 10,000sovs; the second received 1500sovs and the third lOOOsovs, the nominator of the winner 400sovs and the nominator of the second SOOsova. One mile two furlongs. Duke of Westminster's b c Flying Fox, by Orme — Vampire, 3yrs 9.9 (M. Cannon) .. 1 Mr S. A. Oswald's b c Scirrtillant, 3yrs, 8.12

(F. Wood) 2 Mr L. do Rothschild's eh c Choson, 3yrs, 8.4.

(T. Loates) 3 Gerolstein, 4yrs, 9.4 .(Rickaby) .. „ .. 0 Landrail, 3yrs, 8.9, "fJ- Martin) >„ .. 0 Sweet Marjorie. 3yrs, 8.9 (Sloan) »« »«■ M 0 Jed<3 ah, 4yrs, 10.2 (J. Watts) .. „ *„ .. 0 Boniface, 3yrs, 8.4 (Finlay) 0 Betting: 8 to 1 on Flying Fox, 100 to 7 agst Scintiilant, 50 to 1 Choson. After settling down, Flying Fox came on followed by Scintiilant and Gerolstein, Choson being next, and in this order they came to tho Bushes, where Cannon let a reef out, and Flying Fox immediately speeding away, established a wide gap. The battle fo. places was now left to Scintiilant, Gerolstein, and Choson, and Lord Durham's colt being the first to crack, Scintiilant raced Choson out of it and gained second money, the official verdict being lour lengths and a neck. G erolstein was fourth, Landrail fifth, Sweet Marjorie sixth, and Bonifaco last. Time, 2min 11 4-ssea

Feidat, September 23. ROUS MEMORIAL STAKES, of 715sovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Lord W. Beresford's eh g Democrat, by Sensation — --Equality, 9.0 (Sloan) 1 Mr Fairies eh c Mahdi, 8.10 (11. Cannon) . . 2 Mr Dcuglas Baird's br f Sainte Nitouche, 8.7 (Rickaby) 3 Edith Crag, 8.7 (O. Madden) 0 Betting : 10 to lon Democrat. Mahdi cut out the work from Democrat and Edith Crag to the dip, where Democrat closed, and drawing away wort with ridiculous ease by three-parts of a length. Time, lmin 6 3-ssec. NOTTINGHAM. Tuesday, October 3. WELBECK STAKES, of 220sovs. One mile. Mr H. C. White's eh g Form, by Cranbrook — La Mode, aged, 8.7 (L. Eeiff) .. .. 1 Lord W. Beresford's b f Tarolinta, 3yrs, 7.7 (Sloan) 2 Lord Durham's bi c Dubuque, 4yrs, 8.11 (Rickaby) 3 David 11, syrs, 8.6 (Allsopp) 0 Friar's Cowl, 3yrs, 6.7 (Wetherell) .. .. 0 Kopely, 6yrs, 7.13 (Scgrott) 0 Invincible 11, 4yrs, 8.13 (O. Madden) .. . . 0 Kendal Queen, aged, 7.8 (H. Luke) „ ..0 Xenie, aged, 7.2 (Purkis) 0 Betting . 6 to 2 agst Dubuque, sto 1 each agst Form and Tarolinta. At the half-distance Fornr began to improve his position, and Dubuque cutting it, Tarolinta took second placa from Kendal Queen, but failed to >vithstand the challenge of Form, who won pretty cleverly by three-parts of a length.

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NEWMARKET. Tuesday, September 26,, Otago Witness, Issue 2385, 23 November 1899

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