RACING IN ENGLAND.
THE ENGLISH DERBY. The following account of the race for the English Derby is taken from the English Sportsinar of June 5. The time-honoured "Bine Ribbon of the Turf" was won by the Irish-bred colfc A.i'd Patrick, a half-brother to Galtee More, who won the same race in 1897 : — THE DERBY STAKES, of 6000sovs. For three-year-olds; colts 9.0, fillies 8.9. The nominator of the winner received 500sovs, the owner of the second 300sovs, and the owner of the third 200sovs out of the stakes. About one mile and a-hali. Mr J. Gubbms's br c Ard Patrick, by St. Floriar. — Morganette, 9 0 (J. H. Martin; . . 1 Colonel H. M'Calmont's b c Rismg Gla3s, by Isingla3a— Hautesse, 9.8-(G. M'Call) .. 2 Duke of Portland's br c Friar Tuck, by Fnar's. Baisani, dam by Galopin — Substitute, 9.0 (M. Cannon) . . . . 3 Mr R. S. Sievier's Sceptre, by Persimmon —Ornament, 5.9 (H. Randal') ... 4 Mr R. Forrest Tod's Csardas, by Ladas — Polka, 9.0 (J. M'Call) 5 Lord Cirnprvon'a Eo'o?r* le Diablo, by Ayrshire—Rosa Bay, 9.0 (H. Lewis) .. C Mr H J. lung's Prince Fiorizel, l»y Florizel ll— Good Hope, 9.0 (H. J.one3) 7 Mr L. de Rofchschild's Royal Ivy, by Kendal Royal -Wild Ivy, 9.0 (K. Cannon) 8 Mr W. C. Whitney's Intruder, by Meddler Peg Woffington, 9.0 (B. JRigby) . 9 Mr G. A. Pientice's Pekin, by St. Simon —Lady Yardley, 9.0 (W. Halsey) 10 Afr J. Barrow's Fowling Piece, by Carbine — Galinne, 9.0 (C. Jenkins) . 11 Duke of Devonshire's Cheers, by Persimmoa — Applaus3 11, 9.0, (D. Maner) . 12 Sir J. Blundell Maple's Royal Lancer, by Royal Hampton — Lightfoot, 9.0 (C. Horan) 0 Duk-e of Portland's Caro, by Carbine — Nenemoosha, 9.0 (R. Moreton) ... 0 Mr J. R. Keene's Kearsage, by Kingston —Flying Squadron, 9.0 (ft. Spencer) . 0 Mr G. Faber's Duke of Westminster, by Orme"— Gantlet, 9.0 (S. Loates) . 0 Mr Fairhe'a Water Wheel, by Donovan — Sprinkle, 9.0 (S. Clemson) . 0 Mr J. S Curtis's Lancewood ,by Oakwood — War Gallop, 9.0 (C Leader) . 0 Betting at tho Start Evens Sceptre, Gto 1 agst Pekin, 100 to 14 Ard Patrick, 100 to 8 Intruder, 100 to 8 Fowling Piece, 100 to 7 Friar Tuck, 25 to 1 Cheers, 25 to 1 Royal Ivy, 33 to 1 Duke of Westminster, 40 to 1 Csardas. 40 to 1 Royal Lancer, 40 to 1 Rising Glaas, 66 to 1 Robert le D:able, 100 to 1 Prince Fiorizel, 100 to 1 Caro, 100 to 1 Kearsage, 200 to 1 Lancewood, 200 to 1 Water Wheel. Place Betting 2to 1 on Sceptre, evens Ard Patrick, 6 to 4 agst Pekin, 9 to 4 Fowling Pioce, 3 to 1 Intruder, 7 to 2 Friar Tuck, 4 to 1 Cheers, 5 to 1 Royal Ivy, 8 to 1 Duke of Westminster, 8 to 1 Royaj" Lancer, 100 to 12 Csaj-das, 10 to 1 Rising Glass, 10 to 1 Robert lc Diable, 100 to 7 Prince Flwizel, 25 to 1 Caro, 23 to 1 Kear->age, 50 to 1 Water Wheel, 50 to I L»dncev. ood Neither Laneewood no,- Pekin took any part in tiie preliminaries, and 1 it vas just 3 o'clock when Fowling Piece emerged from the paddock and led the parade, fo''owed by Robeit le Diable, Prince Fiorizel, Kearaage, Ard Patnck, W liter Wheel, ltoyal Ivy, Rising Glass, Caardas, Royal Lancer. Duke of Westminster. Caro, Intruder, and Fruii Tuck, wi'h C hcors bunging up the rear. Just before they turned. Sceptre, who had not been on vi»w in the 1-addork, cantered past the stands, led by Barber^town, the favourite, who strode out freely, being gieeted by a salvo of cheers from the crowd. The canter was headed by Prince Fiorizel and Ard Patrick, and it was v quarter past 3 when tha white flag was hoisted Four niinut"3 later the barrier v,-u released to a. capita! ptavt, the first to break the line being Fovwinpr Piece on the i«.r -t.d-e. »Jio shoiveJ ihe way to Lancewood, Robert le D^ab'e, and Ard Pati lrK, with Intruder and Csardas clo^e up, and Rising Glass arcl Rojal Lancet heading the mi'ldlc (In ision (Cheers ai,d Rcyiil Ivy I) ing the la'-t pan), to the road, where Csardas took up the lunni'ig from Fowhup Piece, Ard Patrick, and Royal Lancr, with ite-ir-age ana Sceptre next in advance of Duke of Westminster, Robert le Diab'e, and Intrudei, Cheers now being the v. hipper-in. So they Tan to the Mile Post, where Ard Patrick took second jjluco, Fowling Piece and Sceptre being immediately ni his wake, whilst Royai LanceT, Keaiaa<<i\ und Rising Gla c s were in close attenda cc, PekiP, lntrudei, and Robert le Diable co mm an ill rp; the rcar^UArd At the top of the hill Ard I'aluck ai.d Sceptre joined Csardas, the trio being clear of R.smg Glass, v. ho was well in front of Pekiu and Royal Lamer, tho next lot comprising Robert le Dibble, Fowun 1 ' Piece, and Intruder, Caro now being behind Cheers. Coming round Tattenham Corner, Ard Patrick was showing the way to Sceptre, Rising Glaos, Ceardas, and Pekin, imd a quarter of a mile from home Sceptre was done with. Rising Glass taking second place, clear of Friar Tuck, Sceptre, and Csardas, and Ard Patrick, making the remainder of the running, won in a, canter by
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threo lengths ; a like distance separate-1 tha second and third. Sceptre was fouTt-n, Csordai fifth, Robert le Diatle sixth, Prince Floriz»l seventh, Royal Ivy eighth, Intruder ninth, Pekin tenth, Fowling Pieoe eleventh, Cheers twelfth, Royal Lancor thirteenth, "Water Wheel fourteenth, Duke of Veajninster fifteenth, Lancewood sixteenth, Kearsage s*vtft*MEith, and Caro last. Time, by Benccn's chrcucgrsph, 2min 42 l-ssec. EPSOM SUMMER MEETING. Foubth Day — Fkidat, June 6. THE OAKS STAKES, of 4500sovs, by rab. scription of 50sovs each, h ft., of ssovs only if declared by the first Tuesday in January, 1901. For three-year-oid Olie«, 9.0 each. The nominator of the winner to receive 400sovs, the owner of the Beco&d 30O?&ve, and the owner of tho third lOOsovs out of the stakes. About one mile and a. half. Mr R. S. Sievier's b Sceotre, by Persimmon —Ornament (H. Randall) 1 Colonel M'Calment's eh Glass Jug, by Isinglass — Amphora (G. M'Call) . . 2 Lord Cadogan's b Simon, by Prisoner — Simoom (D. Maher> .. . ..3 Major Bawd's b St. Wmdeline, by St. Simon— Queen of the Spring (K. Cannon) 0 Mr Thursby'a b Grave and Gay, by Henry of Navarre^ — Mount Vernon (H. Aylin) . 0 Sir J. Blundell Maple's b Simony, by Common — Simon's Bay (Bray) 0 Mr Faber's b Ice Maiden, by Kendal — Lonely (M. Cannon) .. ■ .. 0 Mx Ruphael's b St. Uncomber, by St. Serf Uncomvnon <J. H. Martin) . . 0 Major Joicey'B b Sterling Balm, by Friar's Balsam— Yesterlhjg (J. M'Call) . 0 Major Loder's bl or br Gams Chick, by Ga-llinule— Tierce (C. Jenkins) 0 Lord Durham's br War Paint, by Kilwarlin —Tinsel (Clemson) . . 0 Sir W. C. Whitney's b Balla-ntrae, by Ayrshire — Abeyance (H. Spencer) . . 0 Also ran: Sir E. Casel's filly Doctrin*, by Ayrshire — Axiom (Halsey) ; Swanwick'e f Dam* dOr, by Bend Or — Dame Masham (Morton). Betting ■ 5 to 2 agat Sceptre, 9 to 2 St. Windeline, 100 to 15 St. Uncomber, 10 to 1 each Glass Jug, Ice Maiden, Sterling Balm, Game Chick, 20 to 1 War Paint, 25 to 1 each Simony ond Simoon, 33 to 1 each Ballantrae snd Doctrine, 50 to 1 Dame d'Or. The race was decided m a storm of rain. Simony led till the straight, but here Sceptre, who in the Derby had collapsed at this very spot, shot ahead, and, coming away, wen with ease by three lengths. Glass Jug was second, * length and a-half ahead of Simoon. Time, 2m in 46 3-ssec. THE ECLIPSE STAKES. LONDON, July IS. At the Sandown meeting the Eclipse Stakes, of 10,000sovs, lesulted thus: — Cheera 1, Rising Glas3 2, Royal Lancer 3. Owing to ]amenes3 the Derby winner, Ard Patrick, vas scratched.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2523, 23 July 1902
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2523, 23 July 1902
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