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RACING IN ENGLAND.

EPSOM MEETING. Juki: 5. IHE DERBY riTAtiES. of 6000sovs, by subscription of 50sovs lea r»h, h ft, oi asovs only if declared by lue nis.l Tuesday iri January, 1900, fai three yeai oils. colts 9.0, fillies 8.9; the nominator of the winner received SOOsovs, the owner of the second 300sovs, and the owner of the third 203sovs out of the stake=. About one mile and ahalf. (27i) subs, C 9 of whom -jeclared forfeit.) Mr W. C. Whitney's b oi br c Volodyovski, by Florizel ll— La Ren-e, 9.0 (L. Rerfi) . X Duke of Portland's b c William the Third, by St. Simcn— Gravity, 9.0 (M. Cannon) 2 Mr Douglas Baird'-s eh c Verorrese, by Dorovan—Maize, 9.0 (F. Rickaby) 3 Also started Mr T. Siinpton Jay's Florifcrm, by Florizel ll— Maid of Athol, 90 ; Sir \V. J. ingram's Cottage?, by Common — Marguerite 11, 9.0; Mr L. Tie Rothschild's Doricles, by ■Flonzel il— Rosalie, 9.0 , Sir E. Cassel's Haudicaypei, by Matchmaker — Agnes Osboine 9.0; Sir R. "VYald.o Griffith's Teles, by is! mglass— Veiieda, 9:0. Sir R. Waldie GntJith's lan, by St. Serf- Berengams, 9.0; SnJ. Bliittdell Maple's Lord Bobs, by Bend Ot— Silver Sea, 9.0, Mr Foxhali Keene's Olym.pia,n, by Dommo — Belle erf Msywood, 9.0 ; Mr H. J. King's Orchid, by Oimt — Musle> JMaid, 9.0, Lord Overtoil's Ofsboch, by Oberon — St. Isabella, 9.0 ; Mr Geoi'ge Faber s Pietermaritzbuxg, by St. Simon — Sea Air, 9.0; Mi J. Gubbins's Revenue, by Blaiifiitde — Income, 9.0, Mi P. Lori'l&rd's Tanialvis, by Tbe Sailor Prince— Tarbouche, 9.0; Mr C. Morbev's Roya.l Roug«, by Florizel ll— Red {Enamel, 9.0 ; Mi W. RaphtteYs R-uskin, by St. Frusquin — Amhle&ide, 9.0; Colouel H. M'Calmont's St. Maclou, by St Simon— Muni, 9.0; Sir James Duke's Wargrave, by Carbine— Wai ble, 9.0; Mi Field's ti.R H., by Marmiton — Princess Royal, 9.0 ; Mr L. W. Humb\'s Rcyal George (h-b), by Royal Sovereign — Queen Anne, 9.0; Sir E. Gassel's Sang Bleu, by Roj^al Hampton— Merry Duch.«Sß, 9.0; Mr W. C. Whitney's Prince •diaries 11, by Loyalist— Yorkville Belle, 9.0; Mt W. M. G." -Singer's Claqueur, by Tyrant— Hoar H«ar, 9.0. Betting: 5 to 2 against Volodyovski, 7 to 1 Floriform, WO .to 7 Wrlliam the Third, 40 to 1 Veronese. Others from 10 to lup to -200 to 1. The v/innei started at '6 to son tor a plac*. Assenaiblcd at the xtost, "bherp sras a tedious wait, chieflj caused "by the obstinate Orchatl, who repeatedly t!sclin«d lo go iseai- the gate. At last, «ftei ov.ei ialf *n ifcour'-s delay, the barrier jwent up, an-d -qniukest armay was O'lyanpjan, iollowea by Claqueur, Qsirocfa., and Lord Bobs, "whilst Doricl-es went on -n«rt, m advance of V*les, Rewemie, H.iR.H., Ruskin, Vercxnese, Royal Rouge, these being in front of Volodyovski. Crossing the road Olympian still teeli) b «lear lead .of Lord Btfbs, Orchid, Revenue, Pietermaritzbuxg, Dsbach, William the Third, Prince Charles JTL Hamdicapper, ißuekin, wd Veleß. S» *hey wiced to -tibe stea-ighi. where Olympian was «tUI showiiig the <way to Pnnoe Charieß 11, whilst Valodyovski "wsk fojjlowjaiig an his make, <with Bev«ine next, in front oi Wilnam the HMrd. W*ll htiUm -the Bell the leader 0014a#9ed, »nd V-Dlodyovski 'dashed to the fronit, fclbrwad by "Wilbssm the Third. The latter struggled on hard, but Volodyovski, putting an "-some igood work up tie Mil, secured Mr W. C. Whitarey Irip first Dei-by lay three pa-cte <ef * length ; ~fo«r leng^iliß between second iiid iihird. Floriform, a head «-way, -waE placed ionrtb., Olympian was fifth, Osboch sdxth, Boxicles eevenAh, Prince Charles II eighth, Sang Bleu ninth, Pietermaritzburg tenth, H.R.H. eleventh, lam twelfth., Roya' George thirteenth, *nd Orckid last. Time, by Benson'.* chwmo-

p-rnpli. 2mip 40 4-Ssoc VpHio of the stakes, £1050. rPSOM MEETING. iiasT Uvy — June 4. Tiir. WOODCCJTE STAKES, of 925«nv«; cots S 12. fillies 8.9; penalties, etc. Last six furlongs of the Derby coia c c. 3[r R. S. Sieviei's b f Soeptie, bj Persimmon — Ornament, 8.6 (S. Lo<ttes) •■ .. 1 M; K. Forrest Ton's b c Csardps. 8.12 (K. Cannon) 2 Mr J. Gubbm&'s b c Port Blair, 8.12 (Mr Randall) 3 Duke of Devonshire's Mormon, 9.8 E. Jones) 0 Mr H. T. Barclay's Kinrara, 8.T2 (Fpgan; . 0. Mi J. C. Djer's St. Hilarious, 5.12 (0. Maddexi) 0 Mr H. J. King's Prince Florizel, 8.12 (L. Eeiff^ 0 Mv W. Low's Footpath, 8.12 (M. Cannon) 0 Colonel M. M'Calmont's John Dory, 8.12 ;F. Rickaby) 0 Sir E. Cassel's Doctrine, 8.9 (Halsey> . 0 Mr P. Lorillarcl's So'danclla, 8.3 (Mahor) 0 Betting sto 4 agst, Sceptre, 9to 2 Csardas, 8 to 1 Prince F'orive', 100 to 12 Johu Dory, 10 to 1 Footpath, 100 to 8 any ether. ' Doctrine made Ihe running from Sceptre, with Kuirara next, m advance of Csardas of j thj others, m which oider they came to the straight, where Csardas ran out, and =oon after- j waids Sceptre took up the running, and, although challenged by Csardas. msfde the distance, she drew nght away, ail won m a canter by foui lengths : three lengths between second ar.d thud. Moniion was fourth, John j Dory fifth, Soldanella sixth. Footpath seventh T'ocirme rig'hth Prince Florizel ninth, ard Kinrara last. Time by Benson's chronograph, j lniin 10 3-ssec. Sceptre was purchas-ed by Mr R S. Sievier for 10 OOOgs as* a yearling at the Newmarket bloodstock sales last July, and the filly claims, marjy valuable engagements. THE SANDOWN ECLIPSE STAKES, of 10,000sovs; second 500sovs, and third lOOpovs. and nominator of winner 500sovs from stak«. For three and four-^ear-olds Special weights. One mile and a-quarter. Mr Kincaid's br c Epsom Lad, by Ladas— Disorder, 4yrs .... • 1 Sir R. Wald'ie Griffith's b c lan, by St. Serf — Betengana. 3yrs . - 2 Mr J. R. Keen's b c Disguise 11, by Domino — Bonni» G-al, 43'rs 3 [Epsom Lad won the Princess of Wales Stakes of 10,000sovs, at the Xewmarket First July Meeting, in which event Diamond Jubilee lan second. Last season Epsom Lad did not ] win a single race.] A London a>h\e states that the Newton Handicap resulted as follows: — Syerla 1. Carpet Knight 2, Pax 3.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2471, 24 July 1901

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