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RACING IN ENGLAND.

I HURST PARK. Saturday, June 30. HURST PARK FOAL PLATE, of 1135sovt For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. < Captain Eustace Loder's cli c Star Shoot, by I Isinglass — Astrology, 9.8 (J. Reiff) .. .. J. j Lord Durham's b f Ark Royal, 8.4 I (F. Rickaby) 2 j Lord Derby's b f Glasalt, 8.2

j Betting: 3to 1 agst Sxar Shoct-, 100 to 30 Ark Royal, 100 to 12 Glasalt. At the distance Star Shoot joined issue, and ! although Ark Royal took up the running at the • . distance, he failed to last, and Star Shoot I pulled through by half a length. [ DUCHESS OF YORK STAKES, of 979sovs. ! For three-year-olds. One mile and a-half. - ' Sir R. Waldie Griffith's b f Vain Duchess, by Isinglass — Sweet Duchess, 8.11 (J. H. Martin) 1 Duke of Devonshire's b g Ecton, 9.7 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's eh c Springlight, 8.9 (A. Pratt) 3 Bonarosa, 9.10 (L. Reifi) 0 Our Grace, B.li (B. Rigby) 0" Betting: 11 to 8 agst Vain Duchess, 10 to 1 Springlight, 20 to 1 Ecton. The psce that was set played into the hands of Vain Duchess, who drew away from the distance and won by a length ; a length and a-half divided, second and third. Our Grace was last. Time, 3min 5 2-ssec. NEWMARKET. Tuesday, July 3. JULY STAKES, of 1560sovs. For two-year-olds. New T.Y.C. (five furlongs and 142 yards).

| Limosa co^t made running from Veles and Doricles, with ©ood Morning next, in front of Handicapped, and Revolt last. In th's order they ran for a quarter of a mile, when Veles took up the running, followed by Doricles and Limosa colt, with Hardicapper closing up. A fine race home was witnessed, and with Good Morning well beaten, Veles and Doricles ran , home a dead-heat, with Limosa colt a neck away third. The stakes were divided. j WINNERS OF THE JULY STAKES. i 1890 — Beauharnai3, by Archiduc (F. Bsnett)., t 1891— Flyaway, by Galooin (J. Watts), j 1892— Milford, by Saraband (J. Watts), i 1893 Speed, by Hampton (F. Wobb). I 1894^— Kirkconnel, by Royal Hampton (S. Loates). 1895— Labrador, by Sheen (M. Cannon). 1896 — Velasquez, by Donovan (J. Watts). I 1897 — Mousnie, by St. Simon (M. 1898 — Desmond, by St. Simon (T. loates). 1899 — Cantaiu Kettle, by Buccaneer (Allsopp). r Doricles, by Florizel II (T. Loates). ! 190O\ Veles, by Isinglass (J. H. Martin). Wednesday, July 4. 1 STUD PRODUCE STAKES, of lOsovs each, I with 200sovs aded. Chesterfield course

1 Betting: 11 to 3 agst Princess Melton, 7to 4 Volodyovski, 20 to 1 Clever Boy. ' Volodyovski climbed the hill with great resolutioa, overhauled Princess Melton, and won by a neck ; three lengths between second and third. Time, Imin 4sec. I Thursday, July 5. I EXETER STAKES, of 1048sovs. For two-year-olds. Exeier Stakes course (six furlongs).

rinetta, 8 to 1 Joe's Luck, 10 to 1 Sang Blexx. Two hundred yards from home Sang Bleu took Up the running, and drawing away, won by a length and a-half; a length between second and third. PRINCESS OF WALES'S STAKES, of 10,000s6vs; second 1500sovs, the third lOOOsovs, the nominator of the winner 400sovs, and the no'inina-tdr of the second 400sovs. B.M. (one mile).

Betting: 5 to 4 on Diamond Jubilee, 100 to 30 agst Merigr Gal, 4 to 1 Caiman, 100 to 3 any other. Merry Gal soon went to the front, followed by Diamond Jubilee, Caiman, and Scintillant, with Vain Duchess next, and Strongbow and Atba-ra the last pair, the last-named soon'becoming tailed off. • There was practically no change 'throughout, and -Merry Gal, increasing her lead the- further she went, the gallant effort of Diamond' Jubilee to give the weight away was of no avail,- and, struggle as. he woxild, he failed to reach the Foxhill-trained ' filly, who won by _ four, lengths.' -Two lengths between second and third— Mah'di was. fourth, Scintillant fifthj Strongbow sixth', Vain Duchess seventh, .and Atbara last.- Time, lmin 42sec. -Previous Winners.

yrs. ft lb jockey. 1£94. Isinglass 4 10 3 T. Loates Bullingdon - ... 3 813 M. <'annon Ladas 3 9 5 JV WattsWon by a head. Time, Imin 48fsec. 1895 LeVar 3 8 3 M. Cannon Utica. 3 8 7. Finlay None the Wise-... 4 9 8 F.Webb Won by a length. No time given. 1898. St. Fruequia ... 3 9 2 T. Loates Persimmon ... 3 9 5 J. Watts Kegret 5 8 7 M. Cannon Won by half a length. No time given. 1897. Velssquez ... 3 B]3 ,T. Watts K. of the Thistle 4 9 5 Calder Goletta 3 8 13 K. Cannon Wen by two lengths. Time. Imin 42 3-osec. 1898. Goletta 4 9 11 T. Loates Dieudoune ... 3 8 13 0. Madden St. C^oud II ... 4 9 2 Bradford Won by two length 11 . Time, Imin 44sec. 1599. Flying Fox ... 3 9 5 M. Caunon •Roj-aJ Emblem... 3 8 2 0. Madden Nimis 4 9 11 0. Wood Woq by three lengths. No time given. 1900. Merry Gal ... 3 713 J. Reiff Diara'nd Jubilee 3 9 5 H. Jone3 Caiman 4 9 5 L Beiff Woa by four lengths. Time, Imin 42sec.

Mr W. Hall Walker's b f Merry Gal, by Galopin — Mary Seaton, 3yrs, 7.13 (J. Reiff) Prince of "Wales's b c Diamond Jubilee, 3yrs, '9.5 (H. Jones) Lord W. Beresford's eh c Caiman, 4yrs, 9.5 (L. ReifE) Scintillant, 4yrs, 9.8 (P. Wood) . . . . ". . Btrongbow, 3yrs, 8.10 (O. Madden) Vain Duchess, 3yrs, 8.10 (J. H. Martin) .. (Ltbara, 3yrs, 8.7 (T. Loates)

(ii. Cannon) Caedrnon.. 8.9 (Allsopp) Hogarth, 8.7 (J. Martin) . . ' Uisula, 8.6 (S. Loates)" Emancipation, 8.6 Madden) Gnostic, 8.6 (L. Keiff; Sabot (8.7 (M. Cannon) •.. .. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sir &. WalcUe Griffith's eh c Veles, by Ismglaas— Velleda, 9.0 (J. H. Martin) ... + Mr L. de Rothschild's br c Doricles, by Florizel ll— Rosalie, 9.0 (T. Loates) . . . . + Mr J. Musker's b c by Melton — Lrniosa, 9.0 (D. Sloan) 3 Han'dicapper, 9.0 (L. Reifi) 0 Revolt, 9.0 (F. Rickaby) 0 Good Morning, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 0 Merry G-allop, 8.11 (K. Cannon) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Good Morning, 9 to 4 Limoso colt, 5 to " Yeles, 10 to 1 Doricles.

(five furlongs). Lord W. Beresford'a h c Yoloclyovski, loy Florizel ll— La Pieine, 9.7 (L. EeifE) . . . . Mr J. H. Musker's b f Princess Melton, 9.4 (J. Sloan) Mr E. Hobson's b c Clever Boj-, 8 7 (P. Eickaby) 1 2 F.ortunatus, 9.6 (M. Cannon) Aylsham, 8.4 (J. H. Martin) Harnaocluis, 8.2 (C. Leader) Cleg Kelly, 7.13 (Brayley) Medallion, 7.13 (T. Loates) Filly by Gervas— Santfv Barbara, 7.13 (K. Cannon)

Sir &. Cassel s b c Sang Bleu, by l.oyal Hampton — Merry Duchess, 8.12 (J. Eeiff) 1 Lord Ellesmere's br F Sabrinetta, 8.13 (S. Loates) 3 Mi J. S. Curtis's b g Joe's Luck, 8.9 (E. Jones) 3 Galicia, 9.3 (M. Cannon) 0 Colt by Chillington — Manoeuvre, 8.12 (O. Madden) 0 Tantains, 8.12 (B. Rigby) 0 The General,- 8.12 (J I. Sloan) O Attache, 8.12 (M'Allister) (.5 Glim, 8.9 (J. H. Martin) L, Gelding by Kilwarlin— Jewel Song, 8.9 (K. Cannon) 0, Betting: 11 to 10 The General, 5 to 1 Sab-

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2423, 23 August 1900

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