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Mr Gratwicke's Titmouse, 4 yrs, 7st. 518. • Hornsby, jun. Ld Glamis's ch, h. Satyr, 5 yrs, 7st. 4lb.
- Simpson Sir G. Heathcote's ch. f. Campanile, 4 yrs, 7st. lib. Chapple Mr J. King's sister to John o'Gaunt, by Rockingham, 5 yrs, 7st.
Warren Mr Davis's b. m. Pimento, 5 yrs, 6st. 127.
ento, yrs, ost. 1200. . Mr Bainbridge's b. f. The Wreck, 4 yrs, 6st. 111b.
Keswell (carried 6st. 13ib.)
Pettit Count Batthyany's b. c. Master Stepney, 4 yrs, 6st. 121).
Wooton Mr Lowther's ch. c. Lyons, 4 yrs, 6st. 121. - Parkinson Count Batthyany's ch. c. Gannet, 4 yrs, 6st. 8ið. Coatsworth Mr Wheeler's b. g. Sir Harry (h.-b.) 4 yrs, 6st. 7 lb. Wheeler Mr Drew's ch. f. Concealment, 4 yrs, 6st. 210. - Carter Mr Beeton na. br. c. Tell, 3 yrs, 5st. llib. - Planner Mr Hook's b. f. Buttress, 3 yrs, 5st. 10lb. , Hutchinson Mr Crockford's b. c. Terrier, 3 yrs, 5st. 7īb.
Puttock Mr Greville's br. f. Killi Krankie, 3 yrs, 5st. 5ib. Donaldson D. of Richmond's b.c. Peasant, 3 yrs, 5st. 31b. Kitchener Mr Drinkald's b.f. Farthing Candle, 3 yrs, 5st. 31b. Rodney 7 to 2 agst Peasant, 8 to 1 agst Satyr, 9 to 1 agst Auricula, 12 to
1 agst False Report, 12 to 1 agst Chamois, 12 to 1 agst Weatherbit, 12 to 1 agst Lord Saltoun, 14 to 1 agst King Cob, and 15 to l agst Lyons. Won by a length ; a neck between the second
and third ; Farthing Candle was fourth, Lord Saltoun fifth. A Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each, with 25 added ; three yrs old, 6st. 3lb. four, 8st. 7 ib. five, 9st. 21b. six and aged, 9st. 8lb. m. and g. allowed 31b, the winner to be sold for 2501, one-mile heats (6 subs.) Mr J. Day's br. f. Miss Slick, by Muley Moloch, 3 yrs A. Day 11 D. of Richmond's br. c. Muscatel, 3 yrs - Kitchener 2 2 Mr C. Hornsby's b. f. The Maid of Barham, 3 yrs
Hornsby, jun. 5 3 Mr Woodman's b.c: The Gay Lothario, 3 yrs Grubb 4 4 Sir G. Heathcote's br. c. by Velocipede, dam by Emilius,
out of Nannette, 3 yrs . - Coatesworth 3 dr 7 to 4 agst Miss Slick, and 3 to 1 agst Muscatel; after the heat,
5 to 2 on Miss Slick. First heat won by a neck ; second easily by two lengths. A Sweepstakes of 3 sov. each, with 25 added ; three yrs old, 6st. 9fb, four, &st. 5ib. five, 8st. 13lb. six and aged, 9st. 31b. m. and g. allowed 3ib. horses entered to be sold for 2001. allowed 3lb. 1501. 9ib. 1001, 141b, and 801, 21 lib. heats, half a mile. Mr York's b. f. by Camel, out of Sketch, 4 yrs (801.) 6st. 9ib. (carried 6st. 131b.)
Mr Langridge's br. f. Jessie Hammond 4 yrs (801.)
6st. 9ib. Mr Gill's ch. f. Queen of the Meadows, (half-bred)
3 yrs (801.) 4st. 13b. (carried 5st. 416.) - Kitchener Mr Vernon's b. c, by Don John (half-bred) 3 yrs (801.) 5st. 21b.
- Sharpe Mr Sadler's ch. g. Cerberus, 3 yrs (2001.) 6st. 31b. A. Day Mr G. Maugham's br. g. by The Saddler— Taglioni, by
Gainsboro, 3 yrs (1001.) 5st. 61b. • Hornsby, jun. Mr T. Dawson's br.f. Kiss me quick, 4 yrs (1001.) 7st. 21b.
' - Francis Mr Wheeler's b. g. Sir Harry, 4 yrs (801.) 6st. 9lb. Wheeler Mr S. Smith's br. f. Croton-nut (late Sally Brown) 4 yrs,
(801.) 6st. 91b. (carried 7st.) - - Abdale Mr Woodman's b. f. My Mary Ann, 4 yrs (801.) 6st. 9lb.
Grubb Ld G. Bentinck's ch. f. My Mary, 4 yrs 8st. 27d. Flatman - dr Mr Knowles's ch. g: Ealing, 6 yrs (1001.) 8st. - Sly - dr Mr Death's bl. h. Voltri, 5 yrs (801.) 7st. 61b. Wakefield - dr 5 to 2 agst My Mary, 3 to 1 agst Kiss me quick, 4 to 1 agst
Voltri, and 5 to 1 agst Cerberus ; after the heat, 2 to 1 agst the winner, and 5 to 2 agst Kiss me quick. First heat won by a length; the second by two lengths. The winner was claimed.
HAMPTON SPRING MEETING. MONDAY, April the 5th.—A Sweepstakes of 10 sov, each, 5 ft. with 25 added, for horses the property of and ridden by Officers on full-pay in the Army, quartered within 55 miles of London; llst. 7 ib. each; two miles (4 subscribers.) Mr E. Haworth's John Davis by Emilius
- owner 1 Capt. G. Brown na. b. h. Mavourneen (late St Swithin)
Capt. Wilson 2 Ld Glamis na. Hyrcanian
- Mr Berkeley 3 Capt. Bavly's gr. m. by The Drone, 9st. (G. Francis) beat Mr Smithson's Rob Roy, 9st. 7lb. (May) a mile and a half, 100 sov.
A Hurdle Race of 5 sov, each, with 25 added, for horses the property of Gentlemen qualified as for the Anglesey stakes at Goodwood and to be ridden by the same; llst. 7 ib. each ; two miles, over hurdles (10 subscribers). Mr R. Y. Shipley's Brunette (late Duenna) by Worthy, aged
• Mr Rowland I Ld A. Lennox's ch. g. Barnaby Rudge, aged Capt. W. Peel 2
Five others started.
A Handicap Hurdle Race of 10 sov, each, h. ft. with 30 added, the winner paid 51. towards expenses, three miles over hurdles (6 subscribers) was won by Capt. Barnett's gr. g. Boxkeeper, llst. (Bradley) beating ch. g.
Adrian, 10st. and two others.
Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each, with 10 added, optional selling weights, Gentlemen riders, one mile and a half, was won by Mr Rowland's ch. g. Adrian, by Sultan, aged (501.) 10st. 4ib, beat
ing two others.
The Scurry Stakes of 3 sov. each, with added, 12st each, the winner to be sold for 601, one mile and a half, was won by Mr Rowland's Adrian, aged (owner) beating two others.
NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.
MONDAY, April the 13th. HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, 5 ft. if declared, &c. to go to the owner of the second horse, for three and four yrs old ; D.M. (8 subscribers, 2 of whom paid 5 sov. each). Col. Peel's b.c. King Cob, by Slane, 4 yrs, 8st. 121. Flatman 1 Ld Albemarle's b. f. Nell Cook, 3 yrs, 6st. 215. - J. Sharpe 2 D. of Rutland's b. c. Paultons, 4 yrs, 8st. 7 lb. Robinson 3 Ld Orford's br. c. Footstool, 3 yrs, 7st. 3ib. D. of Richmond's b. c. Peasant, 3 yrs, 7st. - W. Abdale Ld Exeter's ch. c. by Beiram, out of Agnes, 3 yrs, 5st. 121b.
W. Gillson 7 to 4 agst Paultons, 4 to 1 agst Peasant, 9 to 2 agst Footstool,
and 5 to l agst King Cob. Peasant made the running, the Beiram c. and Footstool lying next, with Nell Cook and Paultons well up; before arriving at the new ground the Beiram c. retired from the front rank; Peasant resigned the lead after passing the new ground, and Paultons went on with it; King Cob, who had been lying off, went to his horses half way up the cords, took the lead and won cleverly by 'two lengths; about half a length between the second and third ;
Footstool was fourth. Handicap Sweepstakes of 25 sov, each, 10 ft. for four yrs old and upwards; T.Y.C. LI W. Powlett's b. m. Espoir, by Liverpool, 5 yrs, 7st. 121b.
Bartholomew 1 Col. Peel's Garry Owen, aged, 8st. 121b.
Flatman 2 Ld Albemarle's br. h. Beaumont, 5 yrs, 7st. 10lb. Whitehouse 3 Ld G. Bentinck's b. h. Discord, aged, Pst. 12ib. - W. Abdale Ld Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, 5 yrs, 7st. 10fb.
S. Mann Mr Shelley's b. c. Hawkesbury, 4 yrs, 6st. 101b. - Pettit 7 to 2 agst Espoir, 7 to 2 agst Beaumont, 4 to 1 agst Garry Owen,
4 to 1 agst Discord, 4 to 1 agst Cocoa-nut, and 5 to 1 agst
nearly abreast close up. Mr G. S. Ford's bl. f. Millwood, by Sir Hercules, 8st. 21. (J. Howlett) beat Mr O'Brien's br. c. Tribute, 8st. 5lb. (Francis) both two yrs, first half of Ab. M. 200, h. ft. 2 to 1 on Millwood. After one false start, caused by Millwood,
she went off with the lead at a smart pace, maintained it
throughout, and won in a canter by three lengths. Sweepstakes of 100 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old fillies, 8st. 7 ib. D. M. (5 subscribers). Ld G, Bentinck's br. f. Blackbird, by Plenipotentiary Flatman I D. of Rutland's b. f. sister to Flambeau
- Robinson 2 Col. Wyndham's b. f. Brainless - - S. Mann 3 6 to 5 on Blackbird, 6 to 4 agst sister to Flambeau. Sister to
Flambeau made the running at a good pace, Brainless lying second, with Blackbird at her girths; at the cords the latter took the second place, challenged about half way up, and won
by a length; two lengths between the second and third. Renewal of the Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, for three yrs old colts, 8st. 71b. and fillies, 8st. 4ib. not engaged in either Riddles. worth, 2000gs, or 1000gs stakes ; D.M. (5 subscribers). Ld Chesterfield's b. c. The Free Lance, by Jereed - Flatman I Ld Lonsdale's br. c. Joy .
. Bartholomew 2 Mr Coape's br. c. Pawnbroker ..
Osborne 3 7 to 4 on Joy, 2 to l agst The Free Lance. Joy made the
running, Pawnbroker lying second; before arriving at the cords the latter dropped off, and The Free Lance took the second place, lying at Joy's girths to about half way up, where he took the lead, and won easily by a length and a half; several lengths
between the second and third. Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. Lady Wildair, by Hornsea, 4 yrs, 8st. 710.. (Flatman) beat Ld Orford's b. f. Prussic Acid, 3 yrs, 6st. 121b. (Pettit) D.M. 200, h. ft. This match was made "weight for age," and the Stewards fixed the weights.
6 to 4 on Lady Wildair. Prussic Acid made the running at a
steady pace; half way in the cords Lady Wildair went up, and
a good race in ended in her favour by a neck. Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts; Ab.M. (8 subscribers). L Lonsdale's b.c. by Bay Middleton, out of Miss Milner, by Malek, 8st. 31.
- Bartholomew 1 Mr Payne's b.c. Collingwood, 8st. 7lb.
- Flatman 2 Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Prospect, 8st. 31). . F. Butler Sir W. W. Wynn's br. c. Cynynion, 8st. 3lb. - S. Mann 4 2 to l agst Prospect, 7 to 2 agst Collingwood, and 4 to 1 agst
Cynynion. Prospect made the running, Cynynion lying second ; descending the bushes' hill Prospect declined, and Miss Milner c. took up the running, followed by Collingwood; Miss Milner
c. continued the lead to the end, winning by a length. D. of Bedford's Minotaur, by Taurus, recd. ft. from Mr Payne's Queen Mab, 8st. 7 ib. each, D. I. 500, 200 ft.
Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for fllies out of mares or by stallions which never bred a winner, 8st. 7ib. D.M. (3 subscribers). Col. Peel's b. f. Samphire, by Slane, walked over.
Mr G. H. Moore's Wolf-dog, by Freney, 7st. 10lb. recd. 50 sov. ft. from Mr Greville's Alarm, 8st. 7 ib. A. F. 300, h. ft.
TUESDAY. Mr Clifton's Brown Bess, by Camel, agst Mr O'Brien's Tribute, 7st. 7ib. each, both two yrs, Y.C. 100, h. ft.-Brown Bess (R. Daley) walked over.
D. of Bedford's Captain Phebus, by Jerry, 4 yrs old (Robinson) beat Sir W. Don's Beelzebub, aged (Francis) 8st. 7 ib. each, first half of Ab. M. 50. 6 to 1 on Captain Phebus. Captain Phebus had the lead the first
150 yards ; Beelzebub then headed him for a short distance, when the other took up the running again, carried it on to
the end, and won easily by two lengths. The owner of Beelzebub was fined 1 sov. for not declaring his colour.
Thirteenth Tuesday Riddlesworth Stakes of 200 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old; D. M. (5 subscribers). Ld Exeter's b. c. St Demetri, by Colwick, 8st. 71b. S. Mann 1 D. of Bedford's bl. f. Black Cat, 8st. 41b. - - F. Butler 2 5 to 4 on St Demetri, who made the running, was not headed, and
won cleverly by a length.