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RACING IN ENGLAND.

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. April 30. THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, of 5050sovs. For three-year-olds; colts 9.0, fiilies- 8.9. R. M. (one mile). 97 subs. Mr R. S. Sievier'3 b f Sceptre, by Persimmon — Ornament, 8.9 (H. Randall) . 1 Sir Edgar Vincent's b c Pistol, by Carbine —Wenowah, 9.0 (J. H. Martin) 2 Mr J. Gubbins's br c Ard Patrick, by St. Florian — Morganette, 9.0 (K. Cannon) .. 3 Colonel H. M'Calmont'a Rising Glass, by Isinglass— Hautesse, 9.0 (G. M'Call) . 4 Mi J. Gubbins's Port Blair, by Blairfindc —Income, 9.0 (C. Jenkins) 0 Mr J. R. Keene's Kearsage. by Kings-ton — Flying- Squadron, 9.0 (H. Spencer) ... 0 Prince SoltykofTs Snowberry, by Ayrshire — Pcrce Nei?e, 9.0 (S. Cemsoru . . . 0 Duke of Westminster's Cupbearer, by Orme — Kissing Cup, 9.0 (J. Fagan) 0 Sir E. Ca.=sel's Assiout, by Florizel II — ■ Rose Gules, 9^ Hah\v) 0 Mr A. James's Perseus by Si. Simon — Andro-jieda, 9.0 (D. MaheO 0 Mr J. R. Iveeue''-} Chciro, by Hoioscope — Vsva, 9.0 (D.. Condon) . ." 0 Mr H. J. King's Prince Florizel, bj Flciizel ll— Good Hope. 9.0 (H. Jones) 0 Sir J. Blundcll Maple's Royal Lancer, by Royal Hampton— Lightfoot* 9.0 (W. Lane) 0 Mr G. Faber'a Duke of Westmin c -tcr, by Orme — Gantlet, 9.0 CM. Cannon) . . . . 0 Betting: 4 to 1 agsl Duke of Westminster, 4 to 1 Sceptre, 9 to 2 Ard Patrick, 9 to '2 I'oit BUir, 7 to 1 Kising Glass, 100 to G Piince Floriael, 20 to 1 Kearsngo, 25 to 1 Cupbearer, 25 to 1 Assiout, 25 to 1, Royal Lancer, 33 to 1 Snowberry, 50 -to 1 Per-ous. 50 to 1 Cheiro. 50 to 1 Pistol. Place Betting: Even* Duke oi We- {minster. Port Blair, a'ld Sceptic; 11 to 10 iigsfc Aul Patrick, C io 4 Rising Glass, 100 to 30 Print o Florizel, 5 to 1 Kearsage, G to 1 Cupbearer, G to 1 Assiout, 6 to 1 Royal Lsrcer. 8 (o 1 Snowberry, 100 to 8 Perseus, 100 to S Cheiro, 100 to 5 Pistol. The first to break the linp was Rising Glass on the stand side, followed by Ard Patiick, Poifc Blair. Pistol, and Sceptre, on the far side, with Kearsage in the centre, and Snowberry next, these rlcar of Duke of Westminster and" Prince Florizel, wiht Perseus la-t. So they lan to the Bushes, where Sceulre drew to the front, followed- by Pistol a>id Ard Patrick, with Rising Glass and Port Bl<ur next, ami, niaknis the remainder of the i mining, won easily by two lengths, three lengths .separaiprt the second and third. Rising Glass was fourth, Port Blair fifth, Kcarsape sixth, Snmvberrv seventh, Cupbearer eighth, and Cheiro last. Time, lmni 3ysec, a record for ihe race. Friday, May 2. THE ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, of 345050v5; thice-year-old fillies 9.0 each R.M. (one mile). Mr T?. S. Sievier's b f Sceptre, PeiMinmon — Ornament <n. Randi>ll> 1 Maoor E. W. Buml's b f St. Windelinc, l.y St. Siaion — Queen of Spring (W. Lane-) 2 Mr L. Brassey's br f Black Fancy, by Ladas —Black Dxicbess (J. Childs,) . 3 Major Eustace Lodcr's Game Chick, by Gallinule—Tierco (Maher) .... .4 Mr J. C. Dyer's Lady Macdonald, by Ayish ire— Primrose (G. M'Cal!) . .5 Mr W. C. Whitney's Ballantrae, by Ayrshire — Abeyajice (C. Jenknib) .. . .. 0 Mr J. Musker'* Lady Bntta. by Melton— Britta. (J. A. Smith) . .. 0 Mr G. Faber's Ice Maiden, by Krntla! - Lonely (M. Cannon) ° Pnnce Soltykoff's Mountain Daisy, by A>ishirc—Light of Other Djvs (Clemson) .. 0 Sir E. Cassel's Doctrine, by Ayishue— Axiom ( W. Hakey) . . . 0 His Majesty's Kcila, l>y Pfr&imnaon — Meado* Chat (H. Jones) 0 Sir E. Vincent's Punctilio, by Florentine— Wasp <H. Aylin) ... •• ° Mr Leopold de Rothschild's Venus, by St. Simon— Lady Loveinlc (K. Csnnoi.) .. 0 Mr J. Musker's Dorothy Melton, by Mc-lton — Horton%ia (J. H. Martin) . . . . 0 Mr R. A. Oswald's Salt Tears, by Amph.on — Saltire (F. Wood) 0 Belting- 2 -to 1 on Scewtre. 11 to 2 a?;st. Game Chick. 100 to / St. Windehne. 100 to 6 Ice Maidsn, 25 to 1 L<icly Macdonald, 33 to 1 any other (o). The favou-ite won easily by a length and a.-h-iH Time, lnim 40 l-sscc, a record for the lace.

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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2518, 18 June 1902

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RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2518, 18 June 1902

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