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RACING IN ENGLAND

MANC^STER.^ Friday, September I AUTUMN BREEDERS' FOAL PLATE, of • S9osovs. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. | Mr J. lvtusker's br c Lord Melton, by Mcl- 1 ton— La Kosiere, 9.0 (J. MaLtin) .. .. 1 Lord. Falmouth's b f Kentish Cherry, 8.1 ' (K. Cannon) 2 Mr L. de Rothschild's br c First Fruit, 8.12 I -**" (T. Loates)^ 3 Kentish Glory, 8.12 (S-. Loates) 0Carpet Knight, 8.4 (0. Madden) ..' .. .. 0\ ( Miss Ferrier, 8.1 (C. Yarnell)- /*< Betting : sto 4- agst Lord Melton. Though First Fruit and Kentish Cherry took closer order nearing home; they both failed' to reach Lord Melton, who won. bj^ a length and "a-haUr; a. short head; between second- and^. third. ■ Time, lmin, 1 2-ssec-j ' Saturday, , September- 22. !, PRINCE EDWARD HANDICAP, of 1820 soys. One mile. and a-quarter. Mr. J. G. Clarkels. b g,The Grafter, by Gozo — Industry, aged, 9.0 (W. Halsey) 1 .. .. .. 1Mi-. Fairies b g Cutaway, 3yrs, 7.7 (S. Loates) 2 MrT. L. Piunkett's br c Oppressor, 4yrs-, 8.2 i (A. MTntyre) 3 , , Spectrum, 4yrs, 8.7 (J. Reiff) O'l Skopos, 4yrs, B^o (E. Jones) .. ,. r .. .. 0 I Amurath, 4yrs, 7.13 (J. Sloan) .. ..' .. .. 0'! Refractor, 4yrs, 7:12 (O: Madden) .. .* .. 0 I, Ameer, syrs, 7.12' (D. Maher) 0 Dandy Fifth, 4yrs, 7.7 (G. Sanderson) .. 0 Japonica, 4yrs, 7.4 (C." Rickaby) 0 Addendum, syrs, 7.4 (G. Cannon) .. .. .. 0: La Lune, 4yrs; 6.12 (C. Arthui, jun) . . . . 0 Betting: 2 to 1 agst Amurath, 100 to 15 Oppressor, 100 to 8 The Graf fer and Cutaway. A quarter of a mile- from home- Oppressor went' to the front, attended by The Grafter, Spec- j trum, and Cutaway, and they raced in' this-order ' to the distance, whert The Grafter took up.-jhe-runningi followed 'by. Cutaway and' Oppressor,, j andt holding, the . lead' to- the end, won. by half j k a length ; .three-parts of a'length betweentsecondand third. ■* Time, 2rnint9 l-ssec. -" -■ -"'HFRST PARK. ' Saturday, bEETEMBEB* 22. SEPTEMBER HANDICAP, 0f.27650v5. 'One mile and' a-half; Mr J. A. Drake's eh c King's. Couriei, by j Kingston— Stylitene, 3yrs, 9.0 (L. Reiff) 1 Mr T. Mason's. b c Admiral Drake, 4yrs, 8.1 _" (K. Cannon) 2 Mr E. Galer's.bivc Beautiwick, 4yrs, 8.8 (Rigby) 3 Santa Regale, 4yrs,. 8.1 (Clenison) .. .. 0 Dalmorton, 3yrs, 7.12 (Lynham) .. .» .. 0 Grey, Tick, 4yrs, 7.5 (Walkington) M , .. „ 0 Caerleon, 3yrs, 7.4- (B. Smart) ««, „ .. ,» 0 Ormeau, 4yrs, 7.0 (Manser) .. ... -.. Wl ,, 0 Betting: 3 to. 1 on King's, Courier. On settling down, Dalmorton was in command, followed by Beauti wick,. Grey Tick, and King's Courier. Going along the far side, Ormeau'had. drawn into second place, and Beaur tiwick had dropped back fourth. At the turn into the straight! Grey Ticfc, ran wide, and fell oveiv the. rails, and a little.- further oni the favourite shot to the front, andiwon in.the easiest i possible style by, a couple, of lengths. Time, 2min 31 3-5360,

NEWMARKET. Tuesday, September" 25. TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES, of lOeovs jach, with 300sovs added, and. 50sovs for' the nominator of" the winner. For four? year-olds. The second to receive 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent, on the whole stake. One mile seven furlongs and 203 yards. Sii J. Blundell Maple's b f Royaunie, by Orme — Corrie Roy, 7.11 (S-. Loates), . . \v.o. . BTJCEEHHAMT^STAKES, of lOoOeovs. For two-year-olds. T.T.C. Five furlongs and 140 yards. Lord Derby's b f Glasalt, by Isinglass — Broad C&irie, 8.11 (F. Rickaby) 1 Duke of Portland's b c Sir Edgar,, 9.o (X". Cannon) 2 Prince of Wales'? b o Lanzun, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 3 Betting : 11 to. 8 agst' G-lasalt. G-lasalt came- away; in. the cenbre, from Sir Edgar, and making all the running, ,won by two lengihs. Q GREAT FOAL STAKES, of SoOsovs. For three-year-olds. One mile and two fur4 longs. Mr-T. R_Dewar-'s eh c Forfarshire.,-.by. Royal Hampton — St. Elizabeth, 9.2 (M. Cannon) 1 1 Lord Harewood's br'.c Phalaris, 8.9' (J. Martin) 2 Duke of [Devonshire's b or br c Spartacus, 7.13 (O. Madden) f „ „ .. 3 Inquisitive, 7.10 (J. Reiff) .. „ ... „ .. 0 Lady Averill, 7.7- CS. Lpates) .. 0. Romula, 7.7" (W. Hammond).- - .. 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Pharlaris, 5 to l.F.orfarshire, 5 to l.gpartacns. Romula led to the Bushes, where Cannon took Forfarshire to the front-, and smashing- up, the opposition in,, a- few strides, won by three lengths; the. same distaaice=betwjeen.second.and third: lime, 2min 0 3-ssec. Wednesday^ September 26. NEWMARKET OCTOBER HANDICAP, of 435sqvs. Last, mile and' a-half of Cesarewitch course. Mr E. Comgan's b m Sardonic ll;.by Morello> — Sardonyx,, syrs, 8.3 (C. Jenkins) .. .. 1 Mr r ßussell Monro's br.f Goosander, 3yrs; 7:12' (S. Loates) %. Mr H. C. White's br, c Skopos, 4yrs, 8.12 (L. Reiff) 3 Thomas Cat,, 6yrs, 5.12 (D. Maher) 0 Janitza, 4yrs, 7.7 (C. Cannon) '. 0 Ultimatum, syrs, 7.4 (J. Reiff) 0 Lord Provost, syrs, 7.2 (J. Dalton) 0 Reminiscence, 4yrs, 7.1 (J. Sloan) . . . . .. 0 Betting : 2to 1 agst Goosander, 7to 1 Skopos, 20 to 1 Sardonic 11. At the Bushes, Janitza gave way, and Sardonic II 1 took up-the running, attended by Goosander, the latter of whom, after once appea-ring to have the best of the content, being run out of it and- beaten- a neck; fix lengths between second' and third. Time, 2min 35" 3-ssec. HOPEFUL STAEESy. of 662sovs. For two-year-olds. East, five furlongs- of. Ab.M'. , Lordi Derby's h. f Santa Brigida, by St. Simon— Bridget; S;I3,(F. Rickaby) . .' .. .. 1 ..Lord Cadogan's eh i Birdless,- 5.7 (D. Malier) 2 "Mi Russel's b g Rigo, 8.13 (O. Madden) .. 3 Ursula, &. 13, (K 1 . Cannoii) 0 Filly by Isinglass— La Fleche, 9.13 -^ (M. Gannon) 0 Albemarle; 8:10 (T. Loates) 0 Bronzewing, 8.7 (L. Reiff) < t .. .. 0 Cadran, B.'7<' (T. Broorn> 0 f Volumnia, 8.7* (S. Loates) 0» Bettings 9- to> 4 agst" Santa- Brigida, 7 to 1 Riga, 100 to. B Birdless. Birdless cut out the work to the top ofrthehill, where- Santa Brigida took, up the running, and won by a length and a-half; a length between second and third. GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY HANDICAP, of. 615sovs. Six. iuriongs. •Mr H. C. White's b g Spark 11, by Antseus — Mondaine, syrs, 6.12 (C. Manser) . . 1 Mr L. Neumann's b in Waterhen, 6yrs, 8.7 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr-H. J. King's b c Wild Irishman,, 4vrs, 7.13- (J. Sloan) .... 3 Crarae, 3yrs, 7.6 (S. Loates) 0 Sir- Hercules, 4yrs, 8.4 (car. &.5)>(L. Reiff)'.. T) BewitcHment; 6yrs, 7:9 (B. Rigby) 0 Vatel, syrs,- 7.6. (I. Loatss) .' 0, Leisure Hour, syrs, 7.5 (O: Madden) .. „. 0' Geyser, 6yr's;. 7.7 (J. Martin) .. . . rl. .. 0 Lutetia,. 3yrs, 7.3 (J. Reiff) 0. Fooipad.ll, 43'rs, 7.2 (W. Hammond), .. .. 0 , Harrow, 4yrs, 7.1 (A. Wetherell) .. .". . ., 0 ■> Perthshire, syrs; 7.'1- (J. Dalton) 0 Sister Angela, 4yrs, 6JO 'Baincs), 0 Simonswood, 3yrs, G. 6 (W. Madden) .. .. 0 Bettyfield, 3yrs, 6.5 (Griggs) 0, Brigadore, 3yrs, 6.5; (Vetter) 0' Stealaway; 3yrs ; 6.0 (T. Broom) ■ 0 Betting : 9 to T agst Sir Hercules*- 7 to ■1Wild Irishman, 10 to 1 Waterhen, 20 to. 1 Spark 11. , Spark ll' was away, by liimself . as- the barrier went.up. At.tha dip Wpterhen, and- Wild' Irishman, closed up_ the- gap; and. although Waterhen made a. gallant bid, she failed, to leach Spark. ll, who won: by, a head; a length and a-Kalf divided second and third.. Time; lmin 13 2-sseo. BOSCAWEN STAKES, of TOOsovs, For two, year-olds. 'I.YIC. (five furlongs and 140 yards)'. Lord Ellesmere's jh c Warning, by Lowland- Chief— Missive, 8.11 (L. Reiff) . . . . 1 Duke of' Portlands br c Mannlioher, 8.11 (M-. Cannon) 2 Mr.J k W. Larnach's<b c by.'Sti Simon^-Gon' tour, 9.0 (O. Madden) .. /,. „ .. .. §

Desaymar, 9.0 (S. Loates)" o Pioadm-i 8.11 (X.. Cannon) 'o ' LTdeale, 8.11 (T. Loates) 0" Betting; . Evens , oh Warning, 100, to 30t"ags.t.Mannlich'cr. , ' - 'Warning' made^ play, and won by a length ; three lengths between second and third. TnuESDAY, September" 271 ■ JOCKEY CLUB STAKES, of 10,000sovs; second loOOsovs, the third lOOOsovs, nominator of the- winner' 400sovs, and" ther.ominator of the second: 200sovs. One mile and two- furlongs. - • Mr J. R, Keene's be Disguise 11, by Do- . . mmo— Bonnie Gal. 3yrsj 3.9 (M. Cannon) 1 Lord W^.Becesford's b g Jolly .Tar, 4yrs, 5.12 _ r _ - " (J. Reiff) 2 Mr T. R. Dewar's eh c_Eorfarshire, 3yrs, 9.1- < ' . ' T . " ' (K. Cannon) 3 Samte Nitouche, 3yrs, 8.12 (E. Rickaby) 0 Seintillant. 4yrs, 9.7 (F. Wood) .. .. •. . Q; Diamond, Jubilee, 3"yrs,- 9.7 (H. Jones) ■ . -0Paigle, 3yrs, S.9~(S. Loates)- 0 Sailor Lad, 3yrs, 8.4 (J. Sloa.i) . . ..*..... 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Diamond Jubilee, 100' to 30 Di?guise.TT, 6 to 1 Jolly Tar, 400 to 7 Forfarshire-.-. . - ■• . At- the Bushes- Diamond Jiibilee- begam -to '> hold' but. signalsvof distress, and s . ciroppmg. ouir . |-of the contest, soon, afterwards,- left Disguise II in front' of Forfarshire and' Jolly Tar. 1 Down the hil land 'out of; the Abingdon Mile*Bottom ' Disguise 11 came with "the" race welL won,, and' it was fai more interesting to watch the figliting" for second' place betv/eenj Jolly. Tar and Forfarshire than^'s^e Disguise IF win' easily. -Time, 2min. 8" 4-ssec. - •- Fbiday, September «28. -• " , ROUS MEMORrAL- STAKES,- of' 945sbys.j- For J two-3"'eai'-olds. Rb us- 'course* (five 1 ftirJ ldngsj.- '- ■> Tioid' W. Beresfortl's b -c'-'Vbloclyovskii' by" ' Florizel ll— La Reine, 9.3 (L. Reiff) "'. ."1 Mr J. S. Curtis's b' f Mrs Kendal, 8.7 (B. Rigby) 2 ■Betting: 100 to 7 on Volodj ovski. ■ Misa Kendali set the pace to .the Abingdon, i Mile- Bottom, when. Volodyovski closed, and ! won hi a canter by a length. Time, lrnin, 3 2-ssec. ; i\ T EWMARKEa! ST. LEGER .STAKES,, of 450sovs. For threa-year-olds. Last mile ! and three-quarters of the Cesarewitch • I course. 1 Mr J. W. Earns ch's b c Strong Bow, by i Morion— La Fleche, 8.7 (M. 'Cannon) . / 1 Mr Faiiie's eh c Mahdi, 8.10 (F. Rickaby) 2 . Sir R. Waldie- Griffith's br c Rice, Brltr ' (J. Martin) 3- , Lord Ellesmere's Headpiece, 8.7 (S. Loates) 0 ] Betting: 7to -1 on. Strong Bow. 1 At tHe T.Y.G. post Mahdi. took second place, but failed to reach Strong Bow,, who won in i a canter by thre£.-parts cf at length; a bad third. LONDON,. November 17i The 1 race' for, the .Derby Cup resulted, as follows : — Innocence 1, Syerla 2, Refractory i -November 18. The Queen's Plate resulted thus : r— Old — 1 Clo' 1, Gyp 2, Avidity 3.

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RACING IN ENGLAND, Otago Witness, Issue 2436, 21 November 1900

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