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RACING IN ENGLAND.

KEMPTON PARK. Friday, October 6. IMPERIAL STAKES, of 3000sovs ; the nominator of the winner received 200sovs, the nominator of the second lOOsovs, the nominator of the third SOsovs, the owner of the second 200sovs, and the owner of the third 608OV8. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Mr T. R. Dewar's eh c Forfarshiro, by Royal Hampton— St. Elizabeth, 9.10 (S. Loates) 1 Lord W. Beresford's eh g Democrat, 9.7 (Sloan) 2 Mr W. H. Walker's b f Merry Gal, 8.11 (N. 'Robinson; 8 'Atbara, 9.2 (T. Loates) 0 Vulpio, 9.0 (C. Wood) 0 Spartacus, 9.0 (J. Watts) 0 vane, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 0 King of the Severn, 8.11 (Rickaby) .. .. ' 0 Lady Mm, S.ll (All&opp) 0 Colt, by Freemason — Glenara, 8.4 (O. Madden) 0 Betting: 6 1o 5 on Democrat, 9 to 2 agst Fcrfarshire, 100 to 12 Merry Gal. Albara crossed to the rails, showing the way to Merry Gal and Glenara colt, Democrat and ■Foifarshire being in waiting. In this order .they raced to below the distance, where Sloan challenged, and Atbara, giving way soon aftervrardß, Merry Gal was the attendant on Democrat, Forfarshire now gradually gaining ground. •IBaulked, S. Loatc3 had lo pull round on the extreme outside, and putting in some splendid | ,work w« had a most exciting race home, Foriarshirc getting there in the last few strides, and winning a desperate race by a head, Time, lmin 15scc. OCTOBER PLATE, of 435sovs. One mile and a-half. Sir R. Waldie Griffith's br f St. la, by St. Serf — Berengaria, 4yrs, 8.11 (J. H. Martin) 1 Mr Jersey's Merman, aged, 9.0 (N. Robinson) 2 Mr Douglas Baird'a b c Mazagan, 3yrs, 8.5 [carried 8.6] (Rickaby) 3 Mr W. M. G. Singer's Janitza, 3yrs, 8.2 (O. Madden) 0 Betting: 3 to 1 on Merman. Merman sot the pace from^'Mazagan and St. la, until approaching the distance, where the «ist-named closed with Merman, and having the IJatter in trouble directly, came away a length Yrinner. Saturday, October 7. DUKE OF YORK STAKES (handicap), of 216550v5. One mile three furlongs. Mr W. Wilson's b or br c Ercildoune, by Kendal — Maid Marian, 3yrs, 7.11 (B. Lynham) 1 Mr A. Bailey's eh h Mount Prospect, syrs, 8.11 (N. Robinson) 2 Mr W. Low's eh f Winsome Chartcris, 4yrs, 7.6 (C. Purkis) *„ .. .. 3 'A.lle3by, 3yrs, 7.2 .. .. *„ », •.. 0 Sligo, syrs, Bst (J. H. Martin) „ .. .» 0 Survivor, 6yrs, Bst (Allsopp)' x .. 0 Uncle.Mac * Syrs, Bst (F. Finlay) f.. ** „. 0 Grc-enau, 4^B, 7.11 (I. LoatqaJ' w .. o

Tom Cringle, 4yrs, 7.10 (S. Loates) »» «, 0 J Tarbolton, syrs, 7.10 (H. Chapman) ~ „ 0 \ Millennium, 3yrs, 7.5 (O. Madden) «. * 0 ; Celada, 4yrs, 6.12 (C. Dalton) „ 0\ King of the ' Plains, Syrs, 6.11 (Dickens) .. 0 Betting: I to 1 agst Tom Cringle, 6 to 1 Mount Prospect, 10 to 1 Ercildoune, 100 to 6 Winsome Chartoris. Below the distance Survivor went to the fiont, but was immediate', y challenged by Mount .Prospect, who came away with the race apparently in hand. Ercildoune had yet to be reckoned with, however, and Lynhani riding a determined race got up in the last 50yds, and j ■won by a neck; three lengths between second I and third. Time, 2minJ22sec. NEWMARKET. Tuesday, Octobee 10. CHAMPION STAKES, of 935sovs. One mile and two furlongs. ' Duke of Devonshire's eh c Dieudonne, by Amphion — Mon Droit, 4yrs, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr L de Rothschild's b c St. Gris, 3yrs, 8.5 £'. Loates) 2 Mr J. W. Larnach's br f Victoria .May, 3yrs, 1 5.2 (O. Madden) 3 \ Prince SoltykoS's Leisure Hour, 4yrs, 9.0 (C. "Wood) 0 Betting: Evens on Victoria May, 100 to 30 agst St. Gris, 5 to 1 Leisure Hour, 7 to 1 Dieudonne. '«?• Victoria May and St. Gris made joint running, with Dieudonne last to start, in , which order they came to the Bushes, where Leisure Hour dropped away last, and Dieudonne improved his position, and challenging the leaders in the Abingdon Mile Bottom, got the best of a brief fight, and won cleverly by a length. Time, 2min 19 2-ssec. CLARWELL STAKES, of 667sovs. For two-vear-olds. Five furlongs and 140 yds. M. "W. Low's br c Elopement, by Rightaway —Maid of Lorn, 9.5 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr Fairies eh c Mahdi 8.10 (Rickaby) .. 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's b f Atbara, 8.13 (T. Loates) 3 Simonswood, 9.2 (J. Watts) .i 0 Siloah, 8.10 (Sloan) 0) The Gorgon, 8.13 (O. Madden) 0. Colt, by Ayrshire— Voisine, 8.10 (L. Reiff) . . 0 f Betting : 11 to Bon Elopement, 5 to 1 agst Atbara, 7 to 1 Mahdi. | Approaching the distance Elopement came through, and scattering the opposition, won in a canter by a length. J NEWMARKET OAKS, of 450sovs. For three- ( year-old fillies. One mile seven furlongs imd 203 yds. > Sir E. Casad's b f Gadfly, by Hampton— i Merry Duchess, 8.0 (S. Loates) 1 Mr J. H. Holdsworth's b or br i Multrue, b.O (T. Loates) 2 Sir R. Wsldie Griffith's br f Landrail, 8.10 (J. Martin) 3 Mr Douglas Baird's Musa, 9.5 (Ricka^ . . 0 Sic J. B. Maple's Royaume, 8.0 (O. Muuaen) 0 Betting : 9to 4 on Landrail, Bto 1 agst Multrue. and 10 to 1 agst any other (offered). In the straight Landrail had a clenr lead, pnd looked like coming home alone until she broke down 100 yds from home on the near foreleg. Thiß let up ' Gadfly and Multrue, the former of whom won by a neck. Wednesday, October 11. CESAREWITCH STAKES (a handicap), of 25sovs each, with 500 added ; the second received 200sovs, and the third lOOsovs out j of the stakes. T\iP miles two furlongs 35yds. Mr R. A. Oswald's b c Scintillant, by Sheen — Saltire, 3yrs, 7.0 (F. Wood) 1 Mr W. Wilson's b or br c Ercildoune, 3yrs, 7.9 (T. Loates) 2 Mr A. Wagg's b c Mitcham, 3yrs, 6.6 | (Heapy) 3j Flambard, 3yrs, 7.7 (S. Loates) 0 Sinopi, 3yrs, 6.3 (W. Madden) 0 Baldur, 3yrs, 6.4 (J. Rcifi) 0 Tom Cringle, 4yrs, 7.11 (C. Wood) 0 Veroscope, 3yrs, 6.5 (G. Sanderson) .. .. 0 Asterie, syrs, 8.0 (J. Martin) 0 Innocence, 3yrs, 7.7 (O. Madden) 0 Irish Ivy, 3yrs, 8.0 (J. Doyle) 0 Latheronwhcel, 3yis, 6.5 (C. Archer, jun) ... 0 Merman, aged, 9.0 (N. Robinson) 0 Grodno, 4yra, 8.4 (Sloan) 0 Sherburn, 4yrs, 7.12 (F. Allsopp) 0 Chubb, 4yrs, 6.13 (C. Cannon) 0 White Frost, 6yrs, 6.12 (J. Dalton) .. .. 0 Chasuble, 4yrs, 6.12 (Lynham) 0 Nil Dosperandum, 4yrs, 6.10 (Purkis) .. .. 0 Sweet Hampton, 4yrs, 6.5 (Goat-er) .. .. „. 0 Fergus Belle, 3yrs, 6.3 (A. Wetherell) .. ..0 Method, 3yrs, 6.1 (C. Manser) 0 Lord Rosebery declared to win with Flambard. Betting at the start: 6 to 1 nsr<-f Scnitillant, 100 to 7 Mitcham, 20 to 1 Ercil downs. The first to break the ime was ftmopi, who came on from Method, Latheronwheel, Sweet Hampton, Chasuble, Fergus Belle, White Frost, Mitcham, Scintillant, Nil Desperandum, Innocence, Flambard, and Ercildoune, with Tom Cringle next. As they made the sweep from the Ditch Scintillant, Asterie, Baldur, Innocence, Irish Ivy — pulling double— Chubb, and Sinopi were in fro/it, but as the rails weie entered Sinopi took up the running, followed by Chasuble, Irish Ivy, Mitcham, and Flambard, with Method now last. Away they raced t& the Bushes, -Where Scintillant took up the t running, followed by Baldur,, Mitcham, Ercildcune, Sinopi, and Flambard, with Chasuble, Tom Cringle, and Irish Ivy next, in froni of Latheionwheel, Sherburn, Asterie, and "Vieroscope, with Nil Detperandum next, and Method last. Down the hill Scintillant came, followed by Ercildoune, Mitcham, Flambard, Tom Cringle, and Sinopi. A hundred yards from home Ercildoune once got his head in front, bill Scintillant came again, and pulled through by a head; a length and a-half between second and third. Time, 4min 2 3-ssec. CHEVELEY PARK STAKES, of sCssovs. For two-year-old fillips. Six furlongs. Lord W. Ber'esford's b f Lutetia, by Pontiao — Luella 8., 8.10 1 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b or br f St Nydia, 8.10 (C. Wood) 2 Sir E. Cassel's eh f Sonatura, 9.0 (S. Loatos) 3 Greesiaway, 9.0 (Bradford) 0 Intimidation, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Madame Rachel, 8.10 (T. Loates) .. „.. .. 0 Betting: 7 to 4 on Lutetia. Woii by three-parts of a length ; a length and a-half between second and third. PRENDERGAST STAKES, of 997sovs. For two-vcar-olds. Five furlongs. Sir R. Waldie Griffith's eh f Bettyfield, by Amphion — Thistlefield, 9.2 (J. Martin) .. 1 Lord W. Beresford's eh g Jouvence, 9.2 I (Sloan) 2 Mr Douglas Buird's br f Saint Nitouche, 8.0 ' (Rickaby) 3 Star of Hanover, 8.10 (A. Main) 0 Maple's Royal Step, 8.7 (S. Loates) .. .. 0 Griffon, 9.5 (T. Loates) .. „ 0 Manchuria, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting: 9 to 4 agst Manchuria, 3 to 1 Betty field, 6 to 1 Jouvence. At the distance Jouvence momentarily took up the running, but gave way to Bettyficld, who speedily established a gap, and won by a length and a-half. i Friday, October 13. MIDDLE PARK PLATE, of 500sovs added to a sweepstakes of 30sovs. For two-year-olds. The second received 200sovs and the third lOOsovs. Six furlongs. Lord Beresford's eh g Democrat, by Sensation—Equality, 9.0 (Sloan) „ ,j. .».. 1

Prince of "Wales's b c Diamond Jubilee, 9.3 (J. Watts) 2 Duke Westminster's br o Goblet, 9.3 (M. Cannon) 3 Simon Dale, 9.0 (T. Loates) .. - .. .. 0 Sailor Lad, 8.10 (C. Wood) ....,<». 0 Captain Kettle, 9.3 (.S. Loates) 0 Betting : Evens on Democrat, 10 to 1 Goblet, 100 to 7 Diamond Jubilee. Diamond Jubilee cut out the work, followed by Democrat, Simon Dale, and Goblet. In this order they came to the Abingdon Mile Bottom, where Simon Dale, who looked all over a winner at that point, dropped out in a few strides, and Democrat challenging Diamond Jubilee, got the best of the run home, and won by half -a length. Time, lmin 15 4-seec. sandown'park. TkunsDAY, October 19. GREAT SAPLING PLATE, of S39sovs. For two-year-olds. F;vo furlongs. Mr Wallace Johnstone's b f Paigle, by Orme —Lady Primrose, 9.4 (J. Watts) 1 Mr Musker's b f Minerette, 8.6 (Sloan) .. 2 Mr Ru«sel's br f Lady Mm, 8.6 (T. Loates) 3 Victor Wolf, 8.9 (S. Loates) 0 Strong Bow, 8.9 (O. Madden) .. „ «. .. 0 Longy, 9.7 (M. Cannon) 0 Simplify, 8.11 (J. Martin) 0 Colt by Kendal— Lady Castlereagh, 8.9 (C. Martin) 0 Tbya-ses, 8.9 (Allsopp) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Victor Wolf, 7 to 1 Paigle. 8 to 1 Minerette, 100 to 12 Lady Mm. Inside the distance Paigle came with a wet sail, and, readily disposing of Minerette, won in a canter by "four lengths. SANDOWN FOAL STAKES, of 172550v5. For three-year-olds. About one mile and a quarter. Mr J. H. Peard's eh c Merry Methodist, by Hampton — Heresy, 9.0 (M. Cannon) . . . . 1 Sir E. Cassel's b c Solitaire, 8.7 (S. Loates) 2 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b c Royal Whistle, 9.5 (Rickaby) " 3 St. Gris, 10.0 (T. Loatee) 0 Desmond, 10.0 (J. Martin) 0 Fascination, 9.11 (J. Watts) 0 Betting: 6 to 4 agst St. Gris, 2 to 1 Merry Methodist, 100- to 7 agst Royal Whistle, 20 to 1 Solitaire. When well in the line for home Merry Methodist's advantage was reduced, ai d with the retirement of St. Gris at the rails, Solitaire drew rapidly up to the leader. Up the hill they came, fighting out every inch of the journey, but Merry Methodist just held his own, and won by a head. Time, 2min 16 2-ssec.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2388, 7 December 1899

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