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RACING IS ENGLAND

THE TWO THOUSAND -GUINEA 3 STAGES. Of lOOsovs each, h. ft., for three-year old*. Colte 9.0, fillies 8.9. The second received 400BOVS and the third 200sovs. R.M, Ono mile. Captain Greer's bl c Slieve Gallion "by Gallirrule— Reclusion, 9.0 (W. Hipe-0 . % Lord Rosebery's b o Bezonian, by Yelasquer — Gae, 9 0 (D. Maher) . ..2 W. Clark'e b c Linacre, by Wolf's Crag — Lismaine, 9.0 (W. Halsey) .... 3 A. Bailey's All Black, by Gallinule—Vortev, 9.0 £L. Ljme) ,»„-.„«. 4

Also started:- W. Bass's Stick TTp. by Collar— Wafei 11, 9.0 (O. Madden); E. Dresden's Galleot. by Ocesn Wave-^Gallinga-le, 9.0 (B. Lynh«m) ; Lord WoWerton'a The Welkin, by Flying Fox— Woodbury, 9.0 (H. Duke of Portland's Apponyi, by St. Bim<m— Mueme. 9.0 (Wm. Griggs); Colonel H T. F«rwick's Rockbourne, by Donovan— Alix 9.0 (G. M'Call); and Major E. Loder's Weathercock, by Gallinule— Chinook, 9.0 (B. Dillon). Betting: 11 to 4 on Slieve Gallion, 100 to 9 ag&t Bezonian, 100 io 8 each agst Galleot »nd All Black, 100 to 6 agst Linacre, 25 to 1 each agst Stick Up and Rookbourne, 33 to 1 each agst The Welkin and Weathercock. 50 to 1 agst Apponyi. The start w«s a very good one, but Sheve Gallion was quickest away, and at once drew out clear of Benzonian and All Black in •this order they ra-n to the bushes, and at -this point the mvcuTite held a length » lead of Bezonian, but descending the hill the latter •Out in some good work, and drew almost fevel with the leader. With Hire's Pickiw•iro his whip shouts were raised that the favourite was beaten, but these were soon ailenced, for Slieve Gallion, drawing away Main in Bplendid style, quick.y placed the issue beyond doubt, and passed the post an ewy winner by three lengths. Bezonian finished second three-quarters of a length in front of Linacre. Time, lmm 41 4-osec.

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RACING IS ENGLAND, Otago Witness, Issue 2779, 19 June 1907

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RACING IS ENGLAND Otago Witness, Issue 2779, 19 June 1907

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