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RACING I N ENGLAND.

KEMPTON PARK. Friday, October 5. IMPERIAL PRODUCE STAKES, of 256950v5, for two-year-olds. Six furlongs, on the Straight Course. Sir J. Miller's b f by Galopin — Queen Adelaide, 8.11 (D. Maher) 1 Lord W. Beresford's b o Volodyovski, 9.10 (L. Reifi) 2 Mr Brodrick Cloete's br f Santa Linda, S.ll (O. Madden) 3 St. Mcnans, 9.0 ,(F. Rickaby) 0 Chorister, 9.0 (K. Cannon) 0 Lascaris, 9.0 (J . Martin) .. " '. .. 0 Royal Summons, 6.11 {S. Loates) .. .. .. 0 Merry Galop, 8.11 (J. ReifE) 0 Six Edgar, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Volodyovski, 7 to 1 the Queen Adelaide filly. When well inside the distance, Volodyovski began to improve his position, but>there was a lot left to be done, and although he. put in good work, it was too late to reach Queen Adelaide filly, who made all the running and won easily, by a length and a-half. Time, lmin 16 3-ssec. RICHMOND PLATE (Handicap), of SSOsovs. Six furlongs. Mr J. A. Drake's b c Sir Hercules, by Sir Hugo, dam by Galopin — Miss Foote, 4yrs, 8.5 (L. Rieff) 1 Duke of Devonshire's eh c Baldoyle, 4yrs, 7.2 (J. Sloan) 2 Mr E. A. Wigan's b h The Eeeve, syrs, 8.8 (W. Halsey) 3 Crarae, Syrs, 7.8 (S. Loates) 0 Birkenhead, 4yrs, 9.1 (M. Cannon) .. .. 0 Waterhen, 6yrs, 8.8 (K. Cannon) 0 Fosoo, aged, 8.1 (T. Loates) . . , 0 Northern Farmer, 6yrs,'B.o (J. Hare, jun) .. 0 Nippon, aged, 7.6 (B. Rigby) 0 Pat M'Cann, 4yrs, 7.4 [car. 7.5] (B. Lynham) 0 Lutetia, 3yrs, 7.4 (J. Rieff) 0 The Wyveru, syrs, 7.2 (S. Clemspn) . . .. 0 Full Ripe, 4yrs, 7-.2 (G-. M'Call)' 0 Betting : 9to 4 agst Baldoyle, sto 1 agst Sir Hercules. Nippon dropped out at the distance, where Baldoyle was leading, followed by The Reeve, Waterhen, and Sir Hercules. The latter put in some -rare work from that point, and picking up Baldoyle stride by stride, headed him. 50yds from home, and won by three lengths. Time, lmin 13 3-ssec. Saturday, October 6. DUKE OF YORK STAKES, of 1670sovs; se-. cond 200sovs, and the third lOOsovs. New Jubilee Course, one mile and a-quarter. Mr A. Bailey's eh h Mount Prospect, by Gallinule— Gretchen, 6yrs,' B.9 (L.' Reifi) 1 Mr C. S. Newton's b h Ameer, syrs, 8.3 (Maher) 2 Lord W. Beresford's eh c Caiman, 4yrs, 9.4 (J. Reiff) 3 Australian Star, 4yrs, 7.8 (Rigby) 0 Solitahe, 4yrs, 8.4 (C. Jenkins) 0 Aquascviturn, Syrs, 8.2 (S. Loates) 0 Arnurath, -4yrs, 8.1 (H. Jones).. ..■>.. .» 0 Syerla, 6yrs, 7.12 (0. Madden) 0 Old Clo', aged, 7.10 (C. Manser) '. 0 Courlan, 3yrs, 7.9 (K. Cannon) 0 La Lune, 4yrs, 7.2 (Clemson) 0 Dusky Queen, 3yrs, 7.0 (Hammond) 0 Merry Gal, 3yrs, 9.0 (Halsey) 0 Betting : 9to 2 agst Merry Gal, 9to 2 Mount Prospect, 8 to 1 Caiman, 8 to 1 Ameer,. A quarter of a mile from home La- Lune was in trouble, and Australian Star also dropped out. Caiman theii took up the running, followed by Mount Prospect; whilst Ameer, emerging from the rear division, now came up on a wide outside. At the distance, Mount Prospect went to the front, and althoiigh Ameer put in some good work, he failed to- reach Mount Prospect, who won by a length and alialf; the same between second and third. Time, 2min 6 2-ssec. NEWMARKET. Tuesday, October 9. CHAMPION STAKEIS, of S3ssovs. Mile and three-quarters. Sir E. Cassel's b c Solitaire, by Ayrshire — Solesky, 4yrs, 0.0 (L. Reifi) 1 Prince Soltykofi's b h Ninus, syrs, 9.0 £C. Joiilsms) 3

Mr.J. W. Laruach's b o Strong Bow, 3yrs, 8.5 I (M. Cannon) 3 Mr Douglas 3aird's Sainte Nitouche, 3yi-8, ' 8.2 (S. Loatas) 0 , Betting : 9 -to 4 agst Strong Bow, 5 to 2 Solitaire, to 2 Ninus. j Before the Busjies had been reached, Soli- ( taire had a feeler, and yet L. Reiff was con- 1 tent to pull back, and not jmake Ms effort im- j til the dip, when he sent out Solitaire, who immediately took the measure of Mnus, and won. by four lengths. Time, 3min lOsec. CLEARWEL.L STAKES, of 882sovs, for tWo-year-olds. Five furlongs and 140 yards. Mr P. Lorillard's eh c Exedo, by Sensation —Equality, 8.10 (D. Maher) .. .„ .. 1 Lord Wolverton's b c Osboch, 8.10 I (O. Madden) 2 Lord W. Beresford's eh g Zip, 8.10 I (J. Reiff) 3 Sandbag, 8.10 (J. Sloan) 0 Champagne, -8.10 (S.- Loates) .. 0' Volpone, 8.10 (C. Jenkins) 0. William the Third, 8.10 (M. Cannon) .. 0 Golden Rose, 8.7 (L. Reifi) 0 Betting: 13 to-3 agst Osboch, 100 to 30 Exedo, 100 to I' zip..-, .; ' At half the journey Exedo went to the front, and making the lemainder of the running, won in a canter by three lengths ; four lengths be- , tween second and third. NEWMARKET OAKS, of 4.5050v5, for thiee- . year-olds. One^ mile seven furlongs and 203 yards. Duke of Portland's b f La* Roche, by St. Simon— Miss Mildred, 3.5 (M. Canncti) . . ' 1 Prince Soltykoff'B b f Ninon, 8.10 i (C. Jenkins). 2 , Mr L. Brassey's b f Romula, 8.0 <K. Cannon) 3 Betting : 10 to 1, on La Roche. Ninon made running for half the journey, ■when La Roche took second place, and pulling her way to the front a quarter of >a mile from home, won by eight lengths. Wednesday, October 10. CESAKEWIT-CH STAKES (Handicap), of -1065sovs. Cesarewitch course (two miles two furlongs and 35 yards). ! Mr L. Neumann'-s bti Clarehaven, by Sweet- ' heart — Crosshaven, 4yrs, 7.13 (W. Halsey) 1 Mr J. Moffat's b m Saturday, syrs, 6.2 (Heppell) 2 Mr E. Corrigan's eh h Sardonic 11, Syrs, 7.8 (C. Jenkins) 3 Scintillant, 4yrs, 8.8 (F. Wood) 0 Jolly Tar, 4yrs, 8 3 (J. Reiff) 0 Skopos, 4yrs, 7.12 <G. M'Call) 0 Sea Fog, syrs, 7.9 (J. Martin) 0 Berrill, -lyre, 7.7 (IJ. Maher) 0 , -' Cho'son, 4yrs, 7.6 (T. Loates) 0 ! Gadfly," 4yrs, 7.6 (O .Madden) 0 j First Principal, 3yrs, 7.7 (B. iligb'y) .. .. 0 ! Zagiga, 3yrs, 7.2 (J. F. Sloan) 0: Cutaway, 3yrs, 0 7.5 (S. Loates) 0 Armateur*, Syrsi 7.0 (Spears) 0 ' Reminiscence, 4yrs, 6.10 (Aylin) 0 Senateur, 4yrs^ 6.9 (S. Clemson) 0-! Sir .Reginald, 4yrs, 6.11 (J. M'Call) .. .. 0 j Latheronvvh.ee!, 4yrs, 6.6 (C. Manser) .. „ 0 ! Emily Melton, 3yrs, 6.5 (Carter) 0 j . Janitza, Ayis, 6.4 (Griggs) 0 , Poitiers, 3yrs, 6.3 (Broom) 0 Betting: 5 to 1 agst Zagiga, 6to 1 Clare- ' haven, -^25 to 1 Sardonic. ll, 100 to 1 Saturday. • Leaving the bushes and coming into the J Abjngdon Mile Bottom Clurehaven drew away "with a clear lead, Sardonic II and Saturday coming on next in advance of Berrill, First ; 'Principal, and Scintillant, all the rest being ! now out' of the race. ' In the Abingdon Mile Bottom Saturday took second place, with Sardonic 11, First ■ 'Principal, and Scintillant at the head of the others. Close upon .home Scintillant headed 'First Principal, but the position of Clarehaven was- never threatened, and, striding along at. her ease, she won in> a -canter by six lengths')' half a length between second and third. Time, '3min 51 2-sseo. ' .- ' THE TIME REGORD. : 92 Corry Rc-y 4 9 92 Bun ahy ... 4 8 : 831>ou Juasi... 3 5935 Q o/ Red Eyes \ , „ .. ' 84 «.\ Gatien 4 6 2-5 9> '\i ypna, .../ 4 2 ■ 85 PlaiFanterie, nott'm'd 9J Child wick, not t'm'd 8i» SJtoneelink 4 2 93 ltockdove... 4 2 2-5- : 87 Hulnmvood 3 5925 91 St. Bris „. 4M4.5 88 'Itnebrtuse 4 5 97 Merman ... 359 3-5 - 89 FtuioseDay 4 8 V 8 OJulemeux 4 2 '. 90 Sheen ... 3 SB 3-5 99 Nciotilloit 4 2 3-5 91 Jtsgitminde 4 2 0G CJarebaven *3 51 2-5 < * Record "time for the rac°. ' CHEYELEY PARK STAKES, of 820sovs, for two-year-old fillies. Bretby Stakes course (six furlongs). Lord Durham's eh f, Alruna, by Kendal — Alibech, 9.0 (F. Eickaby) 1 ,Mr L. Brassey's b f Ursula, 9.0 (K. Canjaon) „ 2 Colonel H. M'Calmont's b f Haut en Bas, 8.10 (J. Sloan) - 3 Santa Brigida, 9.3 (M. Cannon) 0 VitteL, 9.3 (Halsey) t ' 0 Eoyal Summons, 8.10 (S. Loates) 0 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Alruna, 100 to 8 Ursula. Vittel made running to the dip, where Alruna cam© out and won by a lerfgth.; the same between second and third. . Thursday, October llr PRENDERGrAST SHAKES, of 775sovs, for two-year-olds, second lOOsovs. T.Y.C. (five ' furlongs arid 140 yds)'. Mr P. Lorillard's eh c Exedo, by Sensation • —Equality, 9.2 (D-- Maher) ..• 1 Mr Douglas Baird's -b f- Arta, 8.7 " " (F. Rickaby) 2 Sir E. Cassel's b c Sang Bleu; "9.5 (L. Reiff) 3 Lord W. Beresford's Ckflpta-w, 8.7 (J. Reiff) 0 Betting: 11 to 8 agsT Exedo, 100 to 30 Arta. * • Exedo, making all the running won easily by two lengths; a langth and a-half between second and third. ' Feiday, October 12. THE MIDDLE PARK PLATE, of 254450v5, for wo-year-olds. Bretby Stakes course (six furlongs). Mr T. Simpson Jay's eh c Floriform, by Florizel ll— Maid of Athol, 8.10 ' (M. Cannon) 1 Mr H. J. King's b c Orchid, 9.3 = • . ' (J: F. Sloan) 2 Captain Eustace Loder's eh c Star Shoot,' ' 9.3 (L: Reiff) ' . . . .' ' 3 Kilchereiij 9.3 {K. Cannon) ' 0 St. Monahs, 8.10 (F. Rickaby .. .. .. .. ,0 Chorister, 8.10- (B. Rigby) .. ..-.., .. 0 , Hamilcar, 8.10- (D. Maher) 0 Lord Bobs, 8.10 (S. Loates) 0 Joe's Luck, 8.10 (J. Martin) „ .. .. „ 0 ■ Fleur d'Ete, 8.7 (C. Jenkins) 0 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Orchid, 5 to 2 Star Shoot, 100 to 8 Floriform. Up the hill a fine race took place, but Florifoiin, running his race out with great fire, retained his advantage to the end, and, won by < neck from' Orchid, with Star Shoot beaten * similar distance away third. Time, lmin 13 4-ssec. SANDOWN PARK. Thpbsday, October 18. THE SANDOWN FOAL STAKES, of 172450v5, for three-year-olds. About one mile and a-quarter. Jfr W M. Q. Singer's b c Admiral Dewey, by Kilwarlin— Field Azure, 9.0 (W. Halsey) 1 Loj.a xiOsuceiVs b c Caueran Lad, 8.7 (O. Madden) 2 Mr Fairies eh c Mahdi, 10.0 ' ) (K. Cannon) 3 Winifreda, 8.11 (S. Loates) .. " 0

I Wavelet's Pride, 9.0 (B. Rigby) 0 Strong Bow, 10.0 (M. Cannon) 0 1 G-uidwife, 8.11 (L. Reiff) 0 Betting: 13 to 3 agst Cateran Lad, 100 to 8 Admiral Dewey, 25 to 1 Mandi. j Caterar> Lad came into the straight with a ( clear lead, but half-way t3ov/ii swerved badly. I This let up Admiral Dewey, Mahdi, and Wini- | freda, and in a "brilliant set-to Admiral Dewey g.ot the better of Cateran Lad, and won by a , head. Tims, 2min 15 4-ssec. GREAT SAPLING PLATE, of 839sove, for two-year-olds. Five furlonga. Lord W. Beresford's b c "Volodyovski, by j Florizel ll— La Reine, 9.12 (L. Reiff) .. 1 1 Mr J. D. Waidell's eh c Arnieath, 9.7 (J. Martin) 2 Mr J. Musker's br c Lord Melton, 9.10 i (D. Maher) 3 Vittel, 9.7 (W. Halsey) 0 Filly by Childwick— Sister Ann, 8.6 (M. Cannon) 0 G-lacialis, 8.9 (T. Loates) 0 Unanina, 8.6 (J. Reiff) 0 Betting: 6 to 5 on Volodyovski,' 7 to 1 agst Arruenth. Approaching the half-distance Vo'.odyovshi drew out, followed Lord Melton and Arnieath, and won by a length. Time, lmin 4 2-ssec.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2437, 28 November 1900

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