RACING IN ENGLAND.
NEWMARKET SPRING ME-ETING. April 29. THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES of 4300 soya. For thre?-year-c!c!3; c— lt* 9.0, fiihcs 8.9 R.M. (oue mile\ Sir J. Miller' 3 br c Rock Sand, ly S.. '.v .: — Roquebrunc, 9.0 (J. 11. Martini . I Sir Daniel Cooper's b c Flotsam by ft. Fruaqum— Float. 0.0 (D. Maher) __ 2 Mr Andrew James's b c Rabolan, '/ £t. Simor- S.uirica', 9.0 (K. Cannon) 3 Sir E. Vmcent'y Couatennai!c, by Vorc-;c. —Assay, V.O (W. Lane) . - *• LJh Majesty's Mead, by Persimmon- Meadow Chat, 0 0 CSI Cnrron) O Sir E. Cassel'o Sermon by Friar's-Bal.'.in;— Listen, 9 0 (W. Haiscy) . . 0 Mr J. Muikcr's William Rufus, by Melto Simena. 0.0 (O. Madden) . O Lord DeiU's Chtucer, by Si S.uior.—Crate;bury Pilgrim. 9.0 (H. Aylin). . ° Mr Foxliall Keeae's Whitechayel, by Clio.- ater -Whit* Rose. 9 0 (H. Lvn<o 0 Lord De-.by's Gay Gordon, by St Frufqivn— Bind Corrie, 9.0 (J. E. Wattj) . 0 Mr B-odirck Clostc's Imperator, l>y Pcisn.irion Fine Lady, 9.0 (FT. Jones; 0 P,Ht ii" Gto 4 pgst Rock fund, 3to 1 Sermon, 7 to 1 Flotsam 8 to 1 R.ibel.!'". 10 to 1 Countermark, 100 to 9 Mead 3.1 to 1 Wil.iam Rufus. l(,0 to 1 ChauM-r, 100 to 1 (Jay Goidov, 100 to 1 Wl.ite,~J)apcl, lOu to 1 Imperator. P'-.00 D^ttin" 2tol un Re-: .Sand, f > to 4en Rnimon C to 5 Rest F'otsiam <> if. 'I Cowiter-vi-irk, 0 to 4 Ri'bpl.us, 2 to 1 Mead. 6 to 1 WiMi-un Rufu=, 25 to 1 Chaucer, Go to i Gay\ Go'don *>t to 1 Whitecuapjl, 23 to 1 Imperator. The lo". wera despatched to p. capital start. Flotsam or the lowsr ground being the first! to show, sh-htly in front of Eock Sand. *n. the centre, Mead (or. the far side), and itaWaie, with Chaucer and S?rmon, wide or. i'nz right, re-^.t in advance of Countermark, and "Williami Ruf'i- 1 ?, Gay Gordon being last, till descending the Bushes Hill, where Rock Sand slightly headed Flotsam, and the pair want on from) Srrmon, CountnrmarTc. Mend, and llabelai". A; runment later Sermon hune; out signals of distress, and Rabe'nia niid CountermaTk became the closest attendants of Rock Sand arx? Flo'?am. witl mi 1 , evr threatening dan o -'.r, ar.d Roo'c P-".d ir'.k ft 'bo remainder of the luaaing,
iron easily by a length and arhalf; two lengths ieparated the second and third. Countermsurk ttas fourth, Sermon fifth, Mead sixth, William Rufua Eeventh, Chaucer eighth, Gay Gordon a«xt, and Whiteclapel last. Time by Benson's chronograph, lmin 42sec. A London cablegram says: —The race for th« 'Manchester Cup resulted as follows:—Ziniaadee 1, Clifton Hall 2, Bachelor's Button 3.
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RACING IN ENGLAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2569, 10 June 1903
RACING IN ENGLAND. Otago Witness, Issue 2569, 10 June 1903
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