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D. of Bedford's b. f. Lady Constance, by Muley Moloch (Robinson) beat Ld Exeter's b. f. by Troilus, out of Amaryllis (S. Mann) est. 7lb. each, T.Y.C. 200, h. ft. 5 to 2 on Lady Constance. The Amaryllis f. made the running

to the dip, where Lady Constance went up, took the lead, and

won easily by two lengths. Sir J. Hawley's Bishop of Romford's Cob, by Jereed, 7st. 9ib. (Flatman) beat D. of Bedford's Oakley, 8st. 10lb. (Robinson) T.Y.C. 200, h. ft. 2 to 1 on Oakley. Bishop of Romford's Cob made the running;

Oakley came up about fifty yards from home, and after a good

race was defeated by a head. Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for colts, 8st. 7 ib. out of mares or by stallions which never bred a winner; A.F. (4 subs.) D. of Bedford's b. c. Paragone, by Touchstone Robinson 1 Ld Chesterfield's br. c. Arkwright .. - Flatman 2 Even betting. Paragone made the running, was not headed, and

won easily by five lengths. Renewal of the Newmarket Handicap Stakes of 25 sov, each, 10 ft. and only 5 if declared to Messrs Weatherby on or before the 24th of January, with 200 added, viz. 100 from the Town Racefund, and 100 by the Jockey Club, for three yrs old and upwards ; Clermont Course, about a mile and three quarters; the owner of the second horse recd. 100 sov, out of the stakes (132 subscribers, 72 of whom paid 5 sov. ft.) Mr Wigram's br. c. Kesheng, by Slane, 4 yrs, 7st. - Pettit 1 Mr Cuthbert's Queen of Tyne, aged, 7st. 131b.

- Joy 2 Sir G. Heathcote's ch.h. Akbar, 5 yrs, Sst. 31d. - Chapple 3 Ld Waterford's Corranna, aged, 9st. - W. Boyce Mr Moore's Wolf-dog, 4 yrs, &st. 10m.

Robinson Mr Mare's b. f. Event, 4 yrs, 7st. 1lib.

R. Cotton Sir J. Hawley's b. h. A-la-mode. 5 yrs, 7st. 9tb. .

Sly Sir R. Bulkeley's b. c. Chertsey, 4 yrs, 7st. 7ib.

Francis Col, Peel's I-am-not-aware, aged, 7st. 7ib.

Flatman Mr Irwin's b. c. Ould Ireland, 4 yrs, 7st. 5ib.

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Mr Brooke's b. h. Captain Flathooker, aged, 7st. 3lb.
Ld Albemarle's Beaumont, 5 yrs, 7st. 3ib.

Whitehouse Ld Exeter's br. m. Wee Pet, 6 yrs, 7st. 2ib.

S. M Ld Chesterfield's Jenny Wren, 4 yrs, 7st.

Maiden Mr Drinkald's ch. g. Elemi, 5 yrs, 6st. 131b. - Esling Mr Copeland's Arthur, 4 yrs, 6st. 6ib.

W. Abdale Ld Milltown's Colleen Bawn, 4 yrs, 6st. 51b. - Dunn Mr Theobald's Chemise, yrs, 6st. 5lb.

Carter Mr Lowther's Lyons, 4 yrs, 6st. 315. - . Dockeray

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Mr Marson's Energy, 4 yrs, 6st, 2ib.

W. Marson Mr Godwin's Dexterous, 3 yrs, 6st. lib.

- A. Day Ld G. Bentinck's b. c. Marquis of Conyngham, 3 yrs, 5st. 51b.

Kitchener Ld Albemarle's ch.c. The Little Vulgar Boy, 3 yrs, 4st. 121b.

- J. Sharpe Mr S. Herbert's b. c. Petitioner, 3 yrs, 4st. 10lb. J. Dean Mr Jaques's ch. c. Spur, 3 yrs, 4st. Olb. (carried 4st. 12fb.) Irvine 6 to 1 agst Marquis of Conyngham, 7 to 1 agst Arthur, 8 to 1 agst

Wolf-dog, 10 to 1 agst The Little Vulgar Boy, 10 to 1 agst Corranna, 16 to 1 agst Dexterous, 20 to 1 agst I-am-not-aware, 20 to 1 agst Ould Ireland, 20 to 1 agst Wee Pet, 20 to 1 agst Colleen Bawn, 20 to 1 agst Chemise, 20 to 1 agst Spur, 25 to 1 agst Queen of Tyne, 25 to 1 agst A-la-mode, 25 to 1 agst Chertsey, 25 to l agst Beaumont, 30 to 1 agst Akbar, 30 to 1 agst Kesheng, and 33 to 1 agst Energy. A good start was effected at the first attempt ; the front rank consisted of Elemi, Marquis of Conyngham, The Little Vulgar Boy, Spur, Colleen Bawn, Lyons, and l-am-not-aware, with Queen of Tyne. Arthur, Corranna, and Wolf-dog next; they ran in this order, over the bushes' hill, with the exception of I-am-not-aware, who retired from the front rank early ; Elemi was beaten in the Ab. M. bortom ; Marquis of Conyngham, Arthur, Spur, The Little Vulgar Boy, Captain Flathooker, and Kesheng came round the turn of the lands together, the first three of this lot declined at the rise of the hill, when Queen of Tyne and Akbar went towards the leading horses, followed by I-amnot-aware ; Kesheng took a decided lead about half way between the turn of the lands and the finish, was not afterwards headed, and won cleverly by a length; the same distance be. tween the second and third ; The Little Vulgar Boy was

fourth; the pace was good. Mr Greville's b. c. Alarm, by Venison, 8st. 71b. recd. ft. from Ld Glasgow's c. by Bay Middleton, out of Miss Whip, 8st. lib. D.M. 500, h. ft.

WEDNESDAY, Sweepstakes of 200 sov, each, h. ft. colts, 8st. 7lb. fillies, 8st. 21b. R.M. (7 subscribers). Col. Anson's b.c. Iago, by Don John - - F. Butler 1 Ld Exeter's br. c. St Demetri

S. Mann 2 4 to 1 on lago. St Demetri made the running at a good pace;

in the Ab. M. bottom lago went up, obtained the lead half

way up the hill, and won by half a length. Subscription Plate of 50 sov. for three yrs old, 7st, four, 8st. 71. five, 9st. six and aged, 9st. 2ib. T.Y.C.

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Ld Stradbroke's b. c. Idas, by Liverpool, 4 yrs Robinson L Col. Peel's Garry Owen, aged

Chapple 2 Col. Wyndham's Brainless, 3 yrs - - Pettit 3 Ld Chesterfield's Javelin, 4 yrs -

Flatman 4 Ld G. Bentinck's Discord, aged . .. W. Abdale 5 7 to 4 on Idas, and 3 to 1 agst Garry Owen. Brainless made the

running, with Garry Owen next, Idas in the rear to the cords, where he went in front, took the lead, and won easily by a

length. Discord was beaten early. The Column Stakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old ; R.M. (18 subscribers). Col. Anson's b. c. Iago, 8st. 4tb.

F. Butler 1 Mr Wall's ch. c. The Crown Prince, 8st. 2i. Wakefield 2 Ld Stradbroke's b. c. Lynceus, 8st. 7 ib.

Robinson 3 Ld Albemarle's b. c. Radulphus, 8st. 7lb.

W. Boyce Ld Albemarle's ch. c. Smuggler Bill, 8st. 7lb. Whitehouse Col. Anson's b. c. Turpin, 8st. 21b. . • W. Abdale Col. Peel's b. f. Samphire, 8st. lib.

Flatman 5 to 2 agst Lynceus, 4 to 1 agst Iago, 5 to 1 agst Samphire, and

2 to 1 agst Ld Albemarle's two. Turpin made the running, Iago lying next, the others well up ; coming down the Ab. M. hill Iago took the lead, closely followed by Lynceus, Crown Prince, and Smuggler Bill; the latter was beaten in the bottom ; Iago went on with the lead to the end, and won by half a length; Crown Prince went out to the left at the finish ; a head only between the second and third.

THURSDAY. Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, and only 5 if declared. &c. to go to the owner of the second horse, for four yrs old, and upwards; A.F. (7 subscribers, 1 of whom paid 5 sov. ft.) Mr Moore's Corranna, by Hymen, aged, 8st. 10ib. Flatman 1 Ld Milltown's Colleen Bawn, 4 yrs, 6st. 8ib.

- Dunn 2 Mr Osbaldeston's Sorella, 5 yrs, 8st. 2lb.

Marlow 3 Ld Chesterfield's Jenny Wren, 4 yrs, 6st. 131b. W. Abdale 4 D. of Bedford's Minotaur, 6 yrs, 8st. 121b. - F. Butler 5 2 to 1 agst Minotaur, 4 to 1 agst Corranna, and 5 to 1 agst Col

leen Bawn. Corranna made the running at a steady pace, with Sorella and Jenny Wren lying next; at the bushes Jenny Wren was beat, and Colleen Bawn took the second place; she challenged in the Ab. M. bottom, but could not reach Cor. ranna, who continued the lead to the end, winning easily by a length; Sorella a bad third. The owner of Sorella was fined one sov. for not running in the colour declared.

Sweepstakes of 100 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old, out of untried mares ; D.M. (7 subscribers). Ld G. Bentinck's b. c. Binnacle, by Sheet Anchor, 8st. 7 ib.

Flatman 1 D. of Bedford's b. c. Paragone, 8st. 71b. - - H. Bell 2 Col. Anson's br. c. Austrian, 8st. 4ib. - - F. Butler 3 2 to 1 on Paragone, and 3 to 1 agst Binnacle. Austrian made the running, with Paragone next, Binnacle lying off; half way in the cords Austrian was beaten; Binnacle then took the lead, with Paragone close up; a good race in with the two ended in

favour of Binnacle by a neck; Austrian, a bad third. D. of Bedford's Captain Phebus, 8st. 10m. (F. Butler) beat Sir J. Hawley's Fugitive, 7st. (W. Abdale) T.Y.C. 100, h. ft. Even betting. At starting Fugitive was restive, which gave an advantage to Captain Phebus of a couple of lengths at least ; . Captain Phebus made the running at a strong pace, was not

caught, and won by half a length. Subscription Plate of 50 sov. for three yrs old, 6st. 12lb. four, 8st. 7 ib. five, 9st. six and aged, 9st. 31b. D.M. the winner to be sold for 300 sov. if demanded, &c. Mr C. C. Brooke's ch. h. Khorassan, by Samarcand, 6 yrs

Marlow 1 Col. Anson's Rowland Hill, 4 yrs

- F. Butler 2 Mr S. Herbert's Ajax, aged - - - Sly Mr Batson's ch. f. Potent, 4 yrs - - Bartholomew Mr Greville's Sir Francis, 4 yrs - - - Flatman Mr R. J. Sbafto's Sharpshooter, 3 yrs - - Dockeray D. of Bedford's Piet Whitefoot, 3 yrs

- R. Pettit Sir G. Heathcote's bro. to Valentissimo, 3 yrs (car. 7st.) Chapple Sir J. Hawley's Prospect, 3 yrs -

- Maiden D. of Richmond's Peasant, 3 yrs - - W. Abdale 3 to 1 agst Sir Francis, 4 to 1 agst Khorassan, 5 to 1 agst Pea

sant, 6 to 1 agst Rowland Hill, and 6 to 1 agst Ajax. Kho. Tassan made the running, followed by Sharpshooter, Prospect, Sir Francis, and brother to Valentissimo well up, Ajax and Rowland Hill lying off; about the T.Y.C. post Peasant went up and took the second place; half way in the cords Rowland Hill went to the front and challenged, but could not quite reach Khorassan, who won after a good race in by a neck; Pea

sant third, Sharpshooter and Prospect next. Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for foals of 1843; colts, 8st. 71b. fillies, 8st, 4ib. the produce of mares that have bred a winner of the 2000gs, Grand Duke Michael, Derby, Oaks, or Don. caster St Leger stakes to carry 7fb. extra; those by untried stallions or out of untried mares allowed 310. D.M. (7 subscribers).

D. of Bedford's b.c. Paragone, 8st. 41b. - F. Butler 1 Ld Exeter's b. c. St Demetri, 8st. 71b.

- S. Mann 2 Ld Stradbroke's br. c. Lynceus, 8st. 7ib.

Flatman 3 Mr Combe's b. f. by Glaucus, out of Octave, &st. 4ib.

Bartholomew 4 Ld W. Powlett's ch, f. by The Saddler, out of Fanchon, 8st. 410.

- J. Howlett 5 2 to 1 agst Lynceus, 3 to 1 agst St Demetri, 7 to 2 agst Paragone,

and 4 to 1 agst Octave f. The Octave f. made the running the first quarter of a mile, St Demetri then took it, Octave f. fol. lowing, with Paragone and Lynceus lying next; half way in the cords Paragone went to the front, took the lead, and won

cleverly by a length; Lynceus a bad third. The Stanhope Stakes of 100 sov, each, b. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 7fb, and fillies, 8st. An. M. (10 subscribers). Ld Orford's b. f. Prussic Acid, by Voltaire - Flatman 1 Mr Sloane Stanley's sister to Flambeau - W. Boyce 2 Ld Albemarle's b. c. Radulphus - - Whitehouse 3 Mr Bowes's b. f. Forget-me-not

F. Butler 4 7 to 4 on Prussic Acid. Sister to Flambeau made the running,

Prussic Acid lying next; half a distance from home Prussic Acid got the lead and continued it to the end, winning by a neck ; the race was between these two, the others beaten off.

Sister to Flambeau hung upon the other near the finish. The Claret Stakes of 200 sov, each, h. ft, for four yrs old colts, 8st. 7lb. and fillies, 8st. 21b. D.I. (6 subscribers). Mr Greville's Alarm

- Flatman 1 Mr E. J. Irwin's b. c. Ould Ireland • : - F. Bell 2 7 to 2 on Alarm. Ould Ireland made the running at a steady

pace to the turn of the lands; after which the pace improved; half way between the Duke's Stand and the finish Alarm went up, obtained the lead a few strides from the chair and won by half a length.

"FRIDAY. Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. T.Y.C. Ld Chesterfied's ch. c. Snake, by Don John, 7st. 10lb.

Whitehouse 1 Mr Watson's b. f. Libation, 7st. 10lb.

- Sly 2 Mr Greville's br. f. Killi Krankie, 8st. 71b. - Flatman 3 6 to 4 agst Killi Krankie, and 6 to 4 agst Snake. Libation made

the running the first 200 yards, Snake then took it and carried it on to the end, winning easily by a length.

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