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GOODWOOD.

I Tuesday, July 31. STEWARDS' CUP, oi C32sovs. T.Y.C. (sis rurlongs). Mr J. A. Drake's eh h ztoyal Flush, Favo j — x<\usii, aged, 7.1 d \ji. ±i.s±ft) 1 j Mi it. Oiokoi s oil Aniericvia, pged, S.i ! {L,. J-Ceiff) 2 Mr J. G-. Clarke's b g The drafter, aged, 8.12 (li. Cannon) '. .. 3 Elopement, esyis, 7.x0 (U. Jttigby) 0 j Jiager, byrs, v.13 i-ui. Oaiinoxiy 0 i Ciieaiity, -iyis, 9.0 (Alucioii; 0 j linage, dyib, 6.12 (\\. ±laibuy).j 0 JaaiicpiJ.i, ntyrs, S.o <T . .UickdDy; . . ..... 0 iYLouut i/roapccc, byrs, 7. id w . H. Martin) 0 J_ie -Slizon, Jyib, ;.xii (.J. jAaie, jua.) .. .. U j>iadter Wane, -iyrs, /.U -u/imyre; .. 0" Yatei, s>ri, .'.9 i,x. .Loatts; 0 ' Cclaxu, oyi'o, 7.6 \s. Lodtes; 0 | Hips uiiCi x>>uvfc, d,j it>, T.o v.-ti- Ly-Ciiamj .. 0 ; xjiiciuio.v, oyib, i.o (,'J. ilaudenj O ] x^psom i_at., oji=, l.i \\\ . Jur.ae; U buu ot jri?iioier, oyi=, /.J s,J . Aiorgan) .. 0 Ciarde, dyia, b.i-i (.a- s\ tthaieli) U fcoiiatur.i, 3yib, b.lo \S. Oien.t.on; (j Jj«Ui2ig. 11 to !i iigsj; Ko)ui x'hibh, 100 ;o 7 AuieiicUd, oU to 1 xii'- vjiHiui'. -Uasier Willie wfti riiai u.vay iiom Lucknow ana xioyai i itisn. Jii tins ot^ei tiicy uvcea to the aibuanco, wiierc; JJ.as.uei: \N li^e swerved ii. o ut tiL^Oob tiia LOuroe, and xvo.wt. fiUoii, gom^ io tiie uouE, view aw:.y w±ii- a ctt<ir ic<td, iv.a ninou^ii iiineauus ana xne uiai'.sr cume wim n latwe, uiey i<uicd to icmcu ztoj<u i/Musii, who woii dv ua^i v. dozen lcn^tn.^ ; unoc-parts ot a ltnglu foetveeii aecoiid tij.a tnuu. xmie, xnmi io u-oacc. jiAid SMaKxIS, of IGOQsovs, for two-ycai-o.ds; tho secoAd 2uUi=ov.-i. x I.C. (dix liu^oi-gw. Loid Derby s b t (_-il<)han;, bj x^mgusb — I iiioad CoiTic, 8.7 (b\ HicKiiby; 1 Mr jjoug.di irnid's b r Axtu, b.i ',». Leases; 2 Duke oi x-'ortianci's br c AUnaliciiLV, S.li Camioii) 3 ! Psalm, 8.10 (0. Madden) » i Sei'vitude, 5.7 (A.M'luiyie) .. ... .. •■ 0 J3e«lng. 0 to 4. on (Jrlasalt. Ulasalt cjime awaj; with the leacl from Servi1 tudo and Jr'sAlm to ihe distance, \vnere Arta took second place, but failed to reach G-iasait, who won by a head. ItICIIxMONL> STAKES, of 757sovs ; for two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (six iuriongs;. Sir E. Oassel's br c Handicapper, by ilaichmaker—Agnes Osborne, 8.10 (L. K-eiff) ■■ 1 Lcrd "Wolvertou's b c by Oberon — St. Izaoella, S.lO 0-L Cannon) 2 Majoi- x'}. \V. liaird's br c »St Moaans, 8.10 (F. Kickaby) 3 Balsarrovjli, 8.10 (T. Loates) 0 Choiister, 8.10 (K. Cannon) 0 i Belting: 13 to & agst" Handicapper, 7to 4 I St. Isabella colt. 7 to '2 St. Mouans. I Handicapper came away irom the half disi iance, and won by three-parts of^ a length; three lengths bctv.-eeii second and third. "VVEDNBiSDAY, AuGl-'ST 1. GOODWOOD PLATE (handicap), of 71050v3. Two miles. Lord "W. Beresfo^d's b m Jiffy 11, by The Soilor Prince— Joy, syrs, 7.9 (J. Reiff) .. 1 S> E. Cassel's b g 'lirant d'Eati, syrs, 8.4 (L. Eeiff) 2 Mr Ernest Dresden's br c Poitiers, 3yrs, 6.7 (Barnes) 3 General Peace, 6yrs, B.S (Allsopp) .. .. 0 Altair, syrs, 5.7 T - Halsey) .. 0 Tom Ci ingle, syrs, 8.5 (C. Wood) .... .. 0 Strike a Light, 4yi-s, 7.12 (O. Madden) .. 0 Greenan, Syrs, 7.10 (T. Loates) 0 Old Clo 1 , aged, 7.10 (B". Eigby).. .. .. •• 0 Castle in Spain, aged, 6.6 (A. Wood) .. .. 0 Betting: 9 to 4 agst Tirant d'Eati, 7 to 2 JifCy 11, 100 to 6 Poitiers. As the straight was made, Poitiers was , m front from General Peace, Strike a, Ligno, Old: Clo', and Jiffy 11. So they raced to the enhance of the rails, -where Strike a Light took vit> the running, followed by Poitiers, Old Clo', and Jiffy 11. Soon afterwards the latter clashed to the front, and retaining the lead, i\ou by three lengths; two lengths divided second and third. Time, 3min 54 l-ssec. SUSSEX STAKES, of 72750y&; fox three-year-olds. New mile. Mr A. Bailey's eh c The Eaft, by Orme— Float, 8.3 (L. Eeiff) 1 Lord Stanley's eh c Pellisson, 8.10 Mr Douglas Eaird's b c Sospello, 8.3 (S. Loates) 3 Simonswood, 8.10 (M. Cannon) 0 Pallinsburn, 8.3 (K. Cannon) .. .. „ .. 0 Betting : 5 to 4on The Bait. Simonswood cut oiit the work from Pallinsburn and Pellisson with The Raft nest to below the distance, when the latter came out, and won in a canter by two lengths. Time, lrnm 47 2-ssec. TmjRSDAY, August 2. GOODWOOD CUP, of 2000 soys, by subscription of ssovs each ; the second 300sovs and the third lOOsovs. Two miles and a-half. Mr Douglas Baird's b c Mazagan, by Maitagon—Maize, 4yrs; 9.3 (F-. Kickaby) . . . . 1 Mr J. W. Lamach's b g Strong »tsow, 3yrs, 7.12 (O. Madden) .. 2 ""Lord W. Beresford's b g Jolly Tar, 4yrs, 8.12 (J. Eeif!) 3 Proclamation, 4yrs, 8.12 (M. Cannon) . . „.„ 0 Boniface, 4yrs, 9.5 (B. Eigby) .. .. .. FK 0 Solitaire, 4yrs, 9.3 (L. Reiff) 0 Gelding by Balmoral— Tyne's Pride, 4yrs, 7.12 (T. Loates) 0 Destroyer, 3yrs, 6.12 (Wetherell) 0 Betting : 9 to 4 agst Jolly Tar, 9 to 2 Strongbow, 13 to 2 agst Mazagan. Destroyer came into the straight with the lead, but was beaten ere the rails weie reached, when Strong Bow took up the running, followed by Mazagan and Proclamation, Jolly] Tar now creeping up. At the distance vhe last-named endeavoured to corae through on the rails, but Mazagan closed in and bauiktcl him, and Mazagan holding Strong Bow in the rim home, won by half a length; three-parts of a length between second a,nd inird. Tiiie, smin 4-ssec. | PRINCE OF WALES STAKES (post sweep- | "Btakes), oi 2800sovs. Fox two-year-oldfe &~ J&YA (sa.fur.lo.ngß>,, " • '■-

Lord Deiby's b f Santa Brigida, by St. Simon— Bridget, 8.8 (F. Rickaby) 1 Mr L. de Rothschild's br g First Fruit, 8.11 (T. Loates) 2 Mr A. James's b c Magic Mirror, 8.11 (M. Cannon) 3 Santona, 8.11 (S. Loates) 0 Picador, 8.11 0 Fleur d'Ete, 8.11 (L. Reifi) 0 Colt by St. Simon— Contour, 8.11 (O. Madden) 0 Orelia, 8.6 (C. Wood) 0 Betting: 9 to 4 agst Santa Brigida, 11 to 4 First Fruit, 8 to 1 Magic Mirror. Santa Brigida stayed thejongest, and won by a head; four lengths between second and third. KuJS MEMORIAL STAKES, of 123550v5. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. (six furlongs). Lord W. Ueresford's b c Volodyovski, by Flonzel ll— La Reme, 9.G (J. Reiff) . . 1 Mr L. Biassey's b f Ursula,, 8.13 (B. Rigby) 2 Sir E. Cassel's b c Sang Bleu, 9.6 (L. JReiff) 3 San Francisco, 8.13 (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 15 to 8 oa Volodyovski. Ursula" made- play iiorn San Franci&co and Volodyovski to -the* distance, where the latter - took up the rir-ming, and, drawing away, won by three lengths. Friday, August 3. MOLECOMB STAKES, of 6Sssovs. For two-year-olds. T.Y.C. Mr J. Muster's b f Princess Melton, by Melton—Schoolbook, 9.2 (L. Reifi) 1 Lord W. Beresford's b g Bronzev/ing, 9.0 (J. Reifi). 2 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b f Kentish Gloiy, 8.12 (S. Loates) 3 Veronese, 5.12 (F. R-ickaby) 0 Emancipation, 8.9 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting: 5 to 2 on Princess Melton.^ Bronzewmg made the running irom Veronese and Eniancixsatiou with Princess Melton next to the distance, where the latter came through and won by a length and a-half. CHESTERFIELD CUP (hpndicap), of 612sovs. One mile ai^d a-quarter. Mr W. C. Whitney's eh i Spectrum, by Orvieto— False Sight, 4yrs, G.ll (J. Reift) 1 Mr E. Carlton's eh h Flavus, syrs, 7.11 (J. Dalton) 2 Mr R. C. Garton's eh g Heckler, syrs, 6.12 (W. Lane) 3 Merry Methodist, 4yrs, 7.13 (B. Rigby; .. 0 Refractor, 4j'rs, 7.12 vWeth'erell) 0 Ro3'al Whistle, 4yrs, 7.12 IS. Loates) .. .. 0 Greenaway, 3yrs, 7.5 (W. Himmond) .. .. 0 Hulcot, 3yrs, 7.4 (T. Loates) 0 Spartacus, 3yrs, 6.9 (W. Madden) 0 Betting: 7 to 1 agst Spectium, 100 to 7 Piavus and Heckler. Spectrum, making the whole of the limiting, •won in a canter by eight iei'gths; two lengths between second and third. Tiire, 2mm ICsec. NASSAU STAKES, o£ SSOsovs. For three-year-old fil-lies. One mile and a-half. Mr W. H. Walker's b f Merry Gal, by Galopin—Mary Seaton, 9 8 (L. Reiii) . . . . 1 Lord Ellesmore's eh f luquisnlve, 8.5 (J. Reifi) 2 Duke of Portland's b f SI. Visila, 8.10 (M. Ciuraon) 3 Saiute Nitouche, 9.8 (F. Rickaby) 0 The Gorgon, 9.3 (O. JMadden) 0 Eochelle, 5.5 Loates) 0 Betting: Evens on Merry Gal, 4 to 1 agst Inquisitive. St. Vigila inaue the lunniug to the entrance to the rails, wlien Mcivy Gal came to the fiont, and drawing right aw?y, won by throe lengths ; half a length divided second and thiid. LONDON, September 23. The De Trafford Handicap rerultecl as follows: — Ardniore 1, Sycrla 2, Privado 3. The Prince Edward Handicap resulted : The Grafter '1, Cutaway 2, Oppressor 5.

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GOODWOOD., Otago Witness, Issue 2428, 26 September 1900

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GOODWOOD. Otago Witness, Issue 2428, 26 September 1900

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