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The Scurry Stakes of 2 sov. each, with a Purse added, for horses, &c, of all ages, llst. 7lb. each ; Gentlemen riders : the winner to be put up by auction for 30 sov. if demanded, and any overplus to go to the Race-fund; heats, T.Y.C. Mr Kitchen na. br. c, St George, by Physician, 4 yrs
Mr Henderson 1 3 1 Mr Hepple's ch. m. Sunbeam, aged
Mr Dixon 3 1 2 Mr Batey's b. h. Bonaparte, 5 yrs. Mr Benson 2 2 3
EAST SURREY. TUESDAY, June the 23rd.—The East Surrey Stakes of 2 sov, each, with fifteen added; the second to save his stake: the winner to be sold for 70 sov, heats, twice round and a distance, Mr Kitton's br. m. Beggar Girl, by Glaucus, 6 yrs, 8st, 111b.
Kitton 1 3 1 Mr Drew's ch. f. Concealment, 4 yrs, 8st. lib. Higgins 2 1 2 Mr Dixon's b. m. Miriam, aged, 9st. . Hacket 4 2 3 Mr Jones's b. g. Puck, 6 yrs, 8st. llib. • Miller 3 0 dr
The winner was claimed. The Rosemary Stakes of 3 sov, each, with 20 added; the second to save his stake; heats, twice round and a distance. Mr Dixon's br. g. The Devil among the Tailors, by The Saddler, aged, 10st.
• Hacket 1 2 1 Mr Drew's Concealment, 4 yrs, 8st. 10mb. W. Coleman 2 1 2 Mr Ashley's b. m. Sylph, 6 yrs, 9st. 10lb. - Higgins 3 3 3
The Heigh-Over Stakes of 2 sov, each, with 15 added ; the second to save his stake: the winner to be sold for 100 sov. heats, twice round and a distance, over five flights of hurdles. Mr Drewett's b. c. Castledine, by Mulatto, 4 yrs, est, 61b.
- owner 5 1 1 Mr Dixon's b. m. Mayflower, aged, 11st. . Sait 1 2 2 Mr Knowles's cb. g. Tomboy (late Desertion) aged, llst. 51b.
Hotham 4 - Mr Stagg's br. g. Punch, 6 yrs, llst, .
owner 3 - dr Mr Collins's b. g. Little Dan, aged, llst.
owner 2 3 dr The Peckham Stakes of 2 sov, each, with 15 added; the second to save his stake: the winner to be sold for 80 sov, heats, twice round and a distance (4 subscribers). Mr Drew's br. m. Beggar Girl, by Glaucus, 6 yrs, 10st, 4lb.
Higgins 1 3 1 Mr Benbow's b. f. The Maid of Barham, 3 yrs, 7st. 10lb.
'. Moon 2 2 3 Mr Dixon's b. m. Miriam, aged, 10st. 411... Hacket 3 1
£. Pleasure Trip, 3 yrs.
6. Little Ben, by Volney, 6 yrs old, llst, rec ortson's b. g. Tom Tough, 6 yrs old, 12st.
Binna - A. R Won
roun Mr My om Mr 90 sov. 2
we Innkeepers' Plate of 5 sov, each, 3 ft. with Pakeepers' and their Friends; the owner of the sec
his stake ; one-mile heats (14 subscribers), pc. The Magnet, by Camel, 4 yrs,
Longstaff Tom Tough, 6 yrs, 7st. 111b. Duflo 4 17 ~ Flora, aged, 7st. 121b.
127. Francis - .f. Lady Mallorie, 3 yrs, 6st. 131b.
dded by horse reca Capt. Pe
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The Harkforward Stakes of 2 sov. each, with 15 added ; the second to save his stake; heats, twice round and a distance, over five flights of hurdles (6 subscribers). Mr Dixon's Mayflower, aged (1201.) 9st. 111. . • Sait 1 1 Mr Collins's Little Dan, aged (601.) 9st. 4ib. • owner 32 Mr Reid's ch. m. Fairplay, aged (301.) 8st. 71. - Hacket 2 3 Mr Stagg's br. g. Punch, 6 yrs (801.) 9st. 71b. • " : owner
Two others ran for the first heat.
KNIGHTON. WEDNESDAY, June the 24th. The Radnorshire Handicap Stakes of 10 sov. each, h. ft. and only 3 if declared, &c. with 30 added by Sir J. Walsh, Bart. M.P. the owner of the second horse recd, back his stake; twice round and a distance, about two miles (8 subscribers, 4 of whom paid only 3 sov. each). Capt. Knight's ch. g. Jolly Beggar, by Firman, 5 yrs, 8st. 61b. .
• Sly, jun. 1 Mr Jones's ch. g. The Sailor, aged, 8st. 121. . Denman 2 Mr T. A. Ball's b. c. Rein Deer, 4 yrs, 8st. 3lb. - T. Vivian 3
Sailor the favourite. A good race. The Hunters Stakes of 5 sov, each, with 15 added (10 by the Lord-Lieutenant and 5 from the fund) for horses that never won plate, match, or sweepstakes before entry ; Gentlemen riders ; two miles. Mr W. Edwards's b. m. The Nun, by Safeguard, out of The Monk's dam, 5 yrs, 12st.
• Mr Rowlands I Mr Jones's b. m. Sparta, aged, 12st. 91b.
Mr Bosley 2 Mr Davenport's br. m. Victress, aged, 12st. 21b. , owner 3
Won by a length. The Stanage Stakes of 5 sov. each, with 20 added from the fund, for horses that never won 501. at any one time ; heats, once round and a distance. Mr E. Griffiths's ch. g. Fox.whelp, by Tipple Cider, • 4 yrs, 8st. 21b. - -
- Sly, jun. 1 1 •Mr J. S. Francis's ch. f. Maid of Orleans (late the
Maid of the Village) by Spume, out of Virgin, by
A . Vivian 2 2 Capt. Knight's ch.c. Raymond Lully, 4 yrs, 8st. 21. Denman 3 3
* The Maid of Orleans, the favourite, was objected to as being improperly entered without a pedigrée ; the owner, Mr Francis, supplied the above description, and the filly ran, subject to protest as to age and identity..
THURSDAY.--The Borough Stakes (handicap) of 7 sov, each, 4 ft. and only 2 if declared, &c. with 25 added by R. Price, Esq. M.P. the winner of the Radnorshire handicap to have carried 71. extra ; the owner of the second horse recd. 5 sov, out of the stakes, and the winner paid 3 sov, to the fund; heats, once round and a distance (7 subscribers, 2 of whom paid only 2 sov. each). Mr Jones's The Sailor, by. Obadiah, 8st. 101. Jones 2011 Mr E, Herbert's ch. g. Shipmate (half-bred) 6 yrs, 8st. 10lb.
10 2 2 The Stewards' Cup, value 10 sov. (in specie) added to a Handicap Stakes of 2 sov. each; Gentlemen riders; two miles. Mr Davenport's b. g. Chester (late Step-and-fetch-it) by St Martin, 4 yrs, 10st. 4ib. ..
Mr B. Giles 1 Mr Morgan's br. h. Brewood, aged, 11st. - Mr Turner 2
The Town Plate of 201. added to a Sweepstakes of 3 sov. each, for horses that never won 251. at any one time before the day of entry ; a winner of the Radnorshire, Borough, or Stanage stakes to carry 8p. extra ; heats, once round and a distance (7 subscribers). . Mr Slower's br. f. Little Fan, by Advance, 8 yrs, 7st. 3ib., 1 Mr W. Edwards's b. m. The Nun, 5 yrs, 8st. 91. • . - 6 Mr Francis's ch. f. Maid of Orleans, 3 yrs, 7st. 31b. , 2 Capt. Gregory's br. m. The Jewess (half-bred) 5 yrs, 8st. 9ib. 3 Mr Evans's b. m. Rebecca (half-bred) 6 yrs, 8st. 9. Mr Davies's Mermaid (h.-b.) 6 yrs, 8st. 91b. (car. 8st. 1210.) 5
(STOCKBRIDGE COURSE.) WEDNESDAY, June the 24th.-Handicap Plate of 501. one mile; 10 entrances of 2 sov, each went to the owner of the second horse. Mr Dorrien's br.c. Ferney, by Voltaire, 3 yrs, Ost. 21b.
Mr S. R. Batson 1 Sir W. W. Wynn's The Stoker, 4 yrs, 10st. 710. Mr Williams 2 Mr W. Sadler's Sparsholt, 4 yrs, Ilst. . Capt. Pettat Mr G. Hobson's b. c. Chatham, 4 yrs, llst. . owner Mr Osbaldeston's King Charles, 3 yrs, 10st. 67. . 2 to 1 agst The Stoker, 5 to 2 agst King Charles, and 3 to 1 agst
Ferney. Won by a neck. At the conclusion Ferney hung upon The Stoker, and the rider of the latter claimed the race on the ground of a jostle. The case was heard by the acting Steward, assisted by two Members of the Club, who decided that the charge was not proved, and they awarded the race to Ferney.