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NEWMARKET Tuesday, May 15,

SOMERVILLE STAKES, o£ 400sovs. For ' two year olds. Rous Course (five furlongs). Mr G. Blackwell's b or br g Aylsham, by St. Sinionmimi — Pansy, 8.2 (J. Reiff) . . . . 1 Sir E. Vincent's b I Unanina, 8.7 (J. Sloan) 2 Mr L. Brass'oy's b c Portcullis, 8.5 (T. Loates) 3 Gloucester, 8.10 (F. Rickaby) 0 Marson, 8.8 (M Cannon) . . 0 Texas, 8.5 (S. Loates) 0 Breloque, 8.3 (T. Weldon) 0 Cream, 8.4 (L. Reiif) 0 Betting : 3 to 1 agst Gloucester, 4 to 1 Unanina, 5 to 1 Aylsham. Alysham, making all the lunning, won by a length and a-half; three lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 4 4-opec. VISITORS' PLATE (a welter handicap), of 147sovs. Bretby Stakes Course. Mr L. de Rothschild's eh h Sa~ inint, by Brag— Abbess, syrs, 8.5 (T. Loates) .. 1 Mr W. Duke's eh c Egmont, iiyrs, 7.7 (B. Rigby) 2 Mr T. Kincaid's b c Haka, 3yrs, 7.7 (Rivaz) 3 Multiform, 6yrs, 8.9 *(L. Reiff) 0 The Virginian, syrs, 8.0 (S. loates) .. ..0 Kendal Grove, aged, 7.9 (J. Goater) .. ..0 Lucania, Syrs, 7.6 (J. Sloan) .. .. .. 0 Rose Shoot, 4yrs, 7.6 (W. Hayhoe) .. .. 0 Pallinsburn, 3yrs, 7.5 (Kentfield) .. .. 0 Combe Martin, 3yrs, 7.5, (O. Madden) . . 0 Betting: 4 to 4 agst Egmont, 3 to 1 Sacripant. Sacripant getting the best of it in the lun home, disposed of the favourite by a length and a-half; six lengths divided second and third. BURWF.LL STAKES, of 212sovs. For three year olds. Last mile and a-half of T.M.M. Mr Russell's b f Semper Vigilans, by Carbine — Sernpronia, 8.6 (O. Madden).. .. 1 Sir E. Cassel's eh c Cote d'Or,' 8.4 • (L. Reifi) 2 Lord Ellesmere's br g Headpiece, 8.11 (T. Loates) 3 Manse, 7.13 (F. Allsopp) 0 Hurry On, 7.13 (S. Loates) 0 Betting: 11 to 8 agst Headpiece, 9 to 2 each Hurry On and Semper Vigilans. A quarter of a mile from home Headpiece was in trouble, and Semper Vigilans going to tho front, won by three lengths; two lengths between second and third. & Wednesday, May 16. NEWMARKET STAKES, of 30sovs each, with 2009sovs added. For three year olds; the second received 10 per cent, and the third 5 per cent, upon the whole stake. The nominator of the winner received 300sovs, the nominator of the second SOOsovs, the nominator of the third lOOsovs. A.F. (one mile and two furlongs). Prince of Wales' s b c Diamond Jubilee, • by St. Simon— Perdita 11, 9.0 (H. Jones) 1 Mr J. Musker's eh c Chevening, 9.0 (J. Sloan) 2 Mr A. Henderson's eh f Guidwife, 8.11 (B. Rigby) 3 Mr Jas. Joicey's Alvescot, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 4 Lord Cadogan's Sidus, 9.0 (T. Loates) .. 0 | Prince Soltykoff's Vulpio, 9.0 (C. Wood) 0 Betting: 2 to 1 on Diamond jubilee, 3 to 1 agst Chevenicg, 33 to 1 Guidwife. Before the rails were reached Guidwife gave way, and Diamond Jubilee came on from Chevening on his right and Alvescot on the left. The latter was soon done with, and from the Abingdon Mile Bottom the other pair ran home a fine finish. Sloan came up hand over hand on Chevening, causing Jones to sit down and ride his hardest. Not in the least flurried, and never attempting to pick his whip up, he .rode the colt home with his hands. Once it appeared as though Diamond Jubilee was'going to turn it up, but he lasted out, and by a long head gained the day ; Guidwife was a bad third, Alvescot being placed fourth. Time, 2min 9 3-ssec. Previous Winers. st lb ISS9— Donovan 9 0 F. Barrett ]S9 — Mrmoir 8 10 J. Watts 189!— Mimi 8 11 J. Watts 1892— Curio 9 0 F. Webb 1893— Isinglass * 90 T. Loates 1894— Ladas 9 0 J. Watts 1895-TheOwl 9 0 W. Bradford 1896-Galeazzo 9 0 T. Loa+es 3897— Kelfee More 9 0 C. Wood 1898— CyHene 9 0 S. Loates 1899— Dominie II 9 0 Sloau 1900 -Diamond Jubilse ... 9 0 H.Jones Thursday, May 17. BEDFORD TWO-YEAR-OLD STAKES, of 532sovs. Rous Course. Captain Greer's eh c, by Gallinule — Bonnie Morn, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 1 Lord Harewood's b f Knight's Dame, 8.7 (J. Sloan) 2 Mr J. Waugh's b c Tyninghame, 7.12 (Brayley) 3 Joe's Luck, 8.1 (B. Rigby) 0 Hakone, 8.4 (O. Madden) 0 Flirtilla, 8.1 (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Bonnie Morn colt, 8 to 1 Knight's Dame. Bonnie Morn colt making all the running, won in a canter by three lengths ; three-parts of a length divided second and third. Time, lmin 3 3-ssec. PAYNE STAKES, of 655sovs. For three-year-olds. Last mile and a-half of Cesarewitch Course. Mr Fairies b g Cutaway, by Bread Knife — Gipsy Anne, 8.9 (M. Cannon) _ 1 Lord Harewood's b c Nightshade, 8.4 (J. Sloan) 2 Mr E. C. Clayton's b c Victor Hugo, 9.1 (L. Reiff) 3 Cornerstone, 8.7 (K. Cannon) .. .... .. 0 Kerseymere, 8.7 (S. Loates) .. .. ,t, t , . Q Lake Placid, 8.9 (F. Allsopp) .. .. .. 0 IMton's Longy, 9.1 (Fagan) .. , v „. „ 0

Betting: 7 to 4 agst Longy, 4 to 1 Cutaway^ 10 to 1 Victor Hugo and Nightshade.

At the Bushes Kerseymere took up the running, but speedily gave way to Nightshade, who came into the dip clear of Cutaway: Th.s latter soon afterwards, and- in a pretty race home gained the fiat by a neck; three length between second and third. Time, 2min 42sec. BREEDERS' STAKES, of 570sovs. For two-year-olds. Rous Course. Mr J. Musker's eh c by Orion— Dunover, 8.6

(J. Sloan)- 1 - Sir R. Waldie Griffith's b f, by Ladas— Vitula, 8.6 (J. Hind) 2 Mr T. Jennings, jun.'s, br f Mirzala, 8.0 (T. Loates) 3 Fillj by Ocean Wave— Parable, 8.6 * • (O. Madden) 0 Royal Brook, 8.9 (S. Loates) • 0 Proof Sheet, 8.3 (car. 8.6) (F. Rickaby) 0Lady Fanciful, 8.0 (B. Rigby) 0 Heeltap, 8.0 (Kentfield) '.' Q Betting: 11 to 10 agst the Dunover colt, 7 to 1 the Vitula filly. Dunover colt dashed to the front in the dip, and drawing away up the hill, won in a canter .by four lengths ; three lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 3sec. YORK. Tuesday, May 22. - CRAVEN STAKES, of 155sovs. Weight-for-age, etc. One mile. Mr Russel's b t Semper Vigilans, by Carbine — Sempronia, 3yrs, 8.4 (S. Loates) . . . . 1 ' Mr E. C. Clayton's b c Victor Hugo, 3yrs, 8.7 „ (L. Reiff) 2 Mr T. Connor's eh c Eye Witness, Byrs, 8.0 (T. Connor, jun.) Mr G. A. Barrasford's St. Bcde, 3yrs, 7.8 • " (J. Reiff) 0 Betting: 11 to 10 agst Victor Hugo, 15 to 8 Semper Vigilans. Si. Be-de made the running from Victor Wolf and Semper Vigilan-j till the half distance had been covered, when Semper Vigilans began to close up, and drawing 'away in the run home, won by a length. DONCASTER. Thursday, May 24. DONCASTER SPRING HANDICAP, of 525sovs. ' The Sandall Mile. Lord W. Berasford's b g Jolly Tar, by Sailor Prince— Joy, 4yrs, 7.9 (J . Reiff) 1 Mr E. Border's eh f Light Comedy, -iyxs, 8.0 * (S. Loates) 2 Mr H. C. White's eh g Form, aged, 8.6 (L. Reiff) 3 Japonica, 4yrs, 6.12 (Kentfield) 4 Martinis, syrs, 7.0 (E. Foster) 0 Balraory, 4yrs, 6.13 (A. Wetherell) .. .. 0 Dandy Fifth, 4yrs, 6.13 (G. Sanderson) .. 0 Betting: 3 to 1 agst Balmory, 7 to 2 Lights Ccmedy, 9 to 2 Jolly Tar, 5 to 1 Fora, .10 to I Japonica. As the bend was made for. Balrnory (who broke down) was beaten, and Joliy Tar took.up the running, followed by Light Comedy aud Form. Below the distance, Jolly Tar drew clear, and retaining the lead to the end, won by four lengths. EPSOM. Tuesday, May 29. WOOD COTE STAKES, of 630sovs. For two-year-olds. Last six furlongs of the Derby Course. Mr R. Sievier's b c Toddineton, by Melton — Minera, 8.9. (S. Loates)' 1 Mr J. Gubbins's eh c Revenue, 3.32 " (M. Cannon) 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's b c San Francisco, 8.12 (K. Cannon) 3 Gnostic, 8.12 (L. Reiff) 0 Lafian, 8.12 (F. Rickaby) 0 Colt," by Tyrant — Hear Hear, 8.12 '■ (Sloan) 0 Betting: 11 to 4 on Toddington. Toddington came away with the lead from Revenue, Lnffan, and San Francisco, with Hear Hear coit a long way last. Into the straight Toddington was followed by Revenue and Laffan, and bolov/ the distance San Francisco took third place, but Toddington readily held his own and won by four lengths; a neck separated second and third. Time, lmin 13sec. Wednesday, May 30. DERBY STAKES, of 6000sovs, by subscript tion of 59sovs each. For three-year-olds. The nominator of the winner Teceivecl 500sovs, the owner of the second SOOsoys, and the owner of the third 200sovs out of the stakes. About one mile and a-half. Prince of Wales's b c Diamond Jubilee, by St. Simon— Perdita 11, 9.0 (H.- Jones) . . 1 Duke of Portland's b or br c Simon Dale, .by St. Simon — Ismay, 9.0 (M. Cannon) . . 2 Mr James R. Keene's b c Disguise 11, by Domino — Bonnie Gal, 9.0 (J. F. Sloan) 3 Sir E. Cassel's Bonarosa, by Bona Vista — Rose Madder, 9.0 (L. Reiff) 0 Prince of Wales's Frontignan, byS(». Simon — Sweet Muscat, 9.0 (R. Jones) .. i. Q Mr J. Musker's Chevening, by Orion — Simena, 9.0 (O. Madden) .. ... 0 Mr A. StedalFs Most Excellent, by Freemason — L'Exception, 9.0 (K. Cannon) . . 0 Mr A. Stsdall's F'rst Principal, by Freemason — Glenara, 9.0 (F. Rickaby) . . . . 0 Mr T. R. Dewar*s Forfarshire, by Royal Hampton— St. Elizabeth, 9.0 (S. Loates) 0 Lord Rosebery's Sailor Lad, by Ladas — Seabieeze, 9.0 (C. Wood) 0 Lord Cadogan's Sidus, by St. Simon— Star of Fortune, 9.0 (T. Loates) 0 M. E. Blanc's Governor 11, by Le Pompon — j Gouvernante, 9.0 (T. French) 0 Lord William Beresford's Democrat, by Sensation—Equality, 9.0 (T. Weldon) .. .. 0 Mr W, T. Jones's Dewi Sant, by Ayrshire — Voisine, 9.0 (E. Jones) 0 Betting: 6 to 4 agst Diamond Jubilee, 100(. to 30 Forfarshire, 8 to 1 Disguise 11, 10 to 1 Chevening and Bonaro3a, 100 to 6 Simon Dale, 25 to 1 Sailor Lad, 33 to 1 Governor 11, 40 to 1 Democrat, 50 to 1 Most Excellent, 66 to 1 First Principal and Sidus, 100 to 1 Frontignan, 200, to 1 Dewi Sant. _ . The first to break the line was Chevening, who was followed by Forfarshire, Dewi Sant, Bonarosa, Sidus, and Most Excellent. Then, came Democrat, Disguise 11, Sailor Lad, and! Diamond Jubilee in .front of Governor 11,, whilst the last three were Simon Dale, Frontignan, and First Principal. After a quarter) of a mile had been covered, Dewi Sant wenti to the front, followed by Chevening, Forfar- • shire, Bonarosa, Sidus, and Diamond Jubilee,; with Democrat and Sailor Lad next and Frontignan in the rear. At the mile post Dewil Sant gave way, and Chevenning came on from Forfarshire, Diamond Jubilee, Bonarosa, and, 1 Democrat, with Sidus, Most Excellent, and! Governor II next, in front of Simon Dale^ D.ewi Sant and- Frontignan briging up the rear^ At the top of the hill Chevening was still lead-i ing, followed by Diamond Jubilee, Forfarshire," and Governor 11, and Bonarosa with Disguise II next in ordei. Halfway down the hill' Chevening was still in front from Diamond! Jubilee, Disguise II .now going on -third andl Simon Dale fourth. As the straight was made; Chevening lost his place, and Disguise II 1 dashed to the front, followed by Diamond. 1 Jubilee, Simon Dale, and Chevening, Eorfar- 1 shire now being hopelessly beaten. A quarter of a mile from the finish Diamond Jubilee chal-< lenged, and immediately drew to the front,- j followed by Simon Dale and Disguise 11. A I fine race hoaie eosugd, but Jones, never in the*

leas'tf flurried, kept Simon. Dale at bay, and secured the fiat by half a length; a length between second and third. v Bonarosa. was fourth, Most Excellent fifth, Cheyening sixth, Sailor Lad seventh, Forfarshire eighth, Governor II ninth, First Principal tenth, Democrat eleventh, Sidus twelfth, Frontignan thirteenth, and Dewi Sant last. Time, '2min 42sec. Value of the stakes, £5450. Thubsday, May 31.ROYAL STAKES, of *900sovs. Winners extra. Six furlongs on the New Course. Duke of Devonshire's eh h Dieudonne, by Amphion^-Mon Droiir, syrs, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 1 Mr L. Neumann's b ni Waterhen, 6vrs, 8.11 (F. Rickaby) 2 Mr A. F. Basset's eh g Good Luck, 4yrs, 8.12 -" (K. Cannon) 3 Sirdar, 6yrs, 9.0 (B. Rigby) 0 Fosco, aged, 8.12 (T. Loates) 0 Mazeppa, 4yrs, 8.13 (F- Pratt) .. .. .. 0 Chinook, syrs, 8.8. (T. Weldon) 0 Northern Farmer,. 6yrs, 8.6 (W. Halsey) .. 0 Zanoni,\syrs, 8.5 (J. F> Sloan) 0 Bewitchment/ 6yrs, 8.3' (S. Loates) .. „ 0 Multiform, 6yrs, 7.13 (E. Jones) 0 Jvbert, 3yrs, 7.11 (F. Allsopp)London, 4yrs, 7.6 (O. Madden) „. 0 Emotion, 3yrs, -7.2 (J. Reiff) .". 0 Betting : 3to 1 agst Dieudonne, 6to 1 Water-heu,.-100 to 7 ; Good Luck:. Juhert was done at^the distance, where Dieudonne. and Waterhen drew out, and ran a finer race home, ox which Dieudonne got the | bs^t'and wffii by a head :' three-parts of a length separated" second and third. Multiform was lasi GREAT „ SURREY- FOAL STAKES, of 613aovs. For two-year-olds. The second received 50sovs. Five furlongs. Mr L. do Rothschild's bt c First Fruit, by • St. Frusquin— Masdevallia. 8.6 (T. Loates) 1 Lord Wolverton's b c by Oberon — St. Isabella, 8.7 (M. Cannon) . . 2 Mr T. Jennings, jun.'s/br f Merzala, 8.3 (Hammond) 3 Good Morning, by Gallinule — Bonnie Morn, 9.11 (Rickaby) 0 Isthmus, 5.6 (S. Loates) 0 Betting: Evens on Good Morning, 7 to 2 agst First Fruit. Good Morning, who showed a disinclination to face the webbing when the barrier flew up, bolted across the course and took ro part in the race. First Fruit was first away from Isabella colt and Mirzala, in which order they finished. First Fruit pulling through by a neck; six lengths between second and third.

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