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Mr Hesseltine's bl. f. The Slayer's Daughter, 3 yrs (501.) 6st. 4lb.
- J. Sharpe 2 Ld Eglinton's br. c. Thersites, 3 yrs (501.) 6st. 4lib. J. Prince 3 5 to 4 agst The Slayer's Daughter, and 7 to 4 agst the winner.
The Šlayer's Daughter made the running, Thersites lying well up; at the Duke's Stand Thersites was beaten ; and sister to Flambeau, who had been lying off, took a slight lead; a good race ended in favour of sister to Flambeau by a neck; Thersites
a very bad third.— The winner was claimed. Ld Glasgow's Discontent, by Retriever, 8st. recd. ft. from D. of Bedford's Eothen, 7st. 11td. T. Y.C. 200, h. ft.
Ld Eglinton's Van Tromp, by Lanercost, 8st. 7 ib. recd. 50 sov. ft. from D. of Bedford's Eothen, 7st. 7 ib. T.Y.C. 500, 300 ft.
FRIDAY. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for two yrs old. 7st. 71b. three, 9st. 4i. the winner to be sold, for 200 sov. if demanded, &c. if entered to be sold for 1501. allowed 5lb. for 1001. allowed lobb, and for 501. allowed 151b. T. Y.C. (7 subscribers). Mr Gully's br. f. Main Brace, by Sheet Anchor, 2 yrs (1001.) 6st. 11 lb.
. A. Day 1 Ld Chesterfield's bro. to Stitch, 2 yrs (501.) 6st. 6tb. J. Sharpe 2 Mr Newton's Redwing, 2 yrs (1501.) 7st. 2íb.
S. Mann 3 Mr S, Smith's b. c. Tell, 3 yrs (501.) 8st. 31b. - Wakefield Mr Jaques's b. f. Nell Cook, 3 yrs (501.) st. 3ib. J. Holmes Mr Leigh's Hyderabad, 2 yrs (1001.) 6st. 11 lb. W. Hutchinson Ld Caledon's Maid of Lorette, 2 yrs (501.) 6st. 616. - Tasker 7 to 4 agst brother to Stitch, and 5 to 2 agst Redwing. Hyder
abad made the running, with brother to Stitch and Redwing well up ; at the cords brother to Stitch took the lead, Main Brace following close; the latter challenged half way in the cords, and after a good race, won by a neck; a length between
the second and third.. The winner was claimed. Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sov, each, and only 5 ft, if declared by ten o'clock the evening before running, to go to the owner of the second horse, for three yrs old and upwards; T.Y.C. (19 subscribers, 6 of whom paid 5 sov. ft.) Mr Eddison's b.g. Little John, by Muley Moloch, 5 yrs, 7st. 4ib.
Simpson 1 Ld Milltown's ch. c. Duc an Durras, 4 yrs, 7st. 8lb. A. Day 2 Ld Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, 5 yrs, 7st. 6 lb. . W. Abdale Mr Merton's b. h. African, aged, 8st. 7lb. - - F. Butler Mr A. Campbell's bl. c. Blackie, 3 yrs, 8st. 4b. Templeman Mr Payne's b. c. Sir Francis, 4 yrs, 8st. 2.
Mr Goldsworthy's My Mary, 4 yrs, 8st. 2ib. Whitehouse
F. Bell Mr Phillimore's b. m. Skeleton, 5 yrs, 8st. •
- Sly Ld Exeter's br. c. Wood Pigeon, 4 yrs, 8st.
S. Mann Sir W. Stanley's b. f. Picnic, 4 yrs, 7st. 1218.
J. Sharpe Mr Mostyn's br. f. Wilderness, 3 yrs, 7st. 101b. - Kitchener Mr Rolt's b. c. Collingwood, 3 yrs, 7st. 8lb. - - Pettit 3 to 1 agst Duc an Durras, 4 to 1 agst Wilderness, 6 to 1 agst
Cocoa-nut, 8 to 1 agst Laundry Maid, and 8 to 1 agst Skeleton Collingwood made the running, followed by Wilderness, Sir Francis, and African, at the head of the others, well up; just before coming to the cords, Duc an Durras took the lead, closely followed by Little John, who took it from him about half way up, and won by a length; Cocoa-nut a moderate
third. Ld Glasgow's b, f. Conspiracy, by Retriever, 8st. 21b. (Flatman) beat Ld Eglinton's Sotades, 8st. 7ID. (J. Marsun) A. F. 200, h. ft. 2 to 1 on Conspiracy, who made the running, was not headed, and
won cleverly by two lengths.
The Audley End Stakes of 30 sov. each, 10 ft. if declared, &c. for horses of all ages (two yrs old excepted); A.E.C. (10 subscribers, 3 of whom paid 10 sov. ft.) Ld Exeter's ch. f. Hydrangea, 3 yrs, 5st. 6lb. - J. Sharpe 1 Ld E. Russell's ch. g. Dulcet, 4 yrs, 8st. 2ib. J. Marson 2 Mr Wigram's br. c. Kesheng, 4 yrs, 7st. 2tb. - - Pettit 3 Mr Meiklam's Lightning, 5 yrs, 8st. 131b. - Templeman Mr Moore's br. c. Wolf-dog, 4 yrs, 8st. 6lb. - F. ButlerMr Bowes's br. f. Mowerina, 3 yrs, 6st, 7 lb.
- Irvine 3 to 1 agst Hydrangea, 3 to 1 agst Wolf-dog, 7 to 2 agst Dulcet.
5 to 1 agst Kesheng, and 5 to 1 agst Mowerina. Kesheng made the running at a moderate pace, followed by Mowerina and Hydrangea ; at the Duke's Stand Hydrangea went to the front, and obtained the lead half way between there and the top; Dulcet came up to her about fifty yards from home, and a capital race in ended in favour of Hydrangea by a head; Ke.
sheng a moderate third ; Wolf-dog and Mowerina next. Li Orford's b. f. Prussic Acid, by Voltaire, 8st. (Flatman) beat Mr W. S. Stanley's Paultons, 8st. 8ib. (Robinson) T.Y.C. 106, h. ft. 5 to 2 on Prussic Acid. Paultons made the running to within a
few strides of home, when Prussic Acid got the lead, and won by a head. Fifty Pounds for three yrs old, 7st. 61b. four, 8st. 5lb. five and upwards, 8st. 10mb. A.F. the winner to be sold for 100 sov. if demanded, &c.
Mr Shelley's ch. f. Campanile, by Velocipede, 4 yrs S. Mann I Col. Peel's b. f. Queen Anne, 3 yrs ·
- Flatman 2 Mr Hesseltine's The Slayer's Daughter, 3 yrs - Longstaff 3 Mr S. Howlett's b. f. Libation, 3 yrs . . W. Abdale 4 Mr Francis's b. m. Seven's the Main, 5 yrs . P. Price Sir J. Hawley's b. h. A-la-Mode, 5 yrs . . F. Butler Mr Minor's b. f. Carissima, 4 yrs
Marlow Mr Walker's br. f. Princess Olga, 4 yrs
Denman Mr W. Etwall's ch. g. Longstock, 4 yrs
- Sly Mr W. Oates's b. c. Mr Mansfield, 3 yrs - - G, Oates Mr I. Day's b. f. Milliner, 3 yrs : - Wakefield Count Batthyany's br. c. Tragical, 3 yrs • • Crouch Mr Greville's b. f. Polka, 3 yrs
Chapple 7 to 4 agst Campanile, 4 to 1 agst Queen Anne, and 4 to 1 agst
Polka. Mr Mansfield and Tragical lay in front, with the others well together to the T.Y.C. post, where they declined, and Campanile went on with the running, followed by The Slayer's Daughter, Seven's the Main, and Carissima ; Queen Anne went towards the front in the Ab.M, bottom, and obtained the second place rising the hill, but could not reach Campanile, who won easily by two lengths, and was claimed. A good race for the second place.
The trainer of Longstock was fined 1 sov. for not running in his proper colour.
Mr Osbaldeston's ch. f. Giselle, by Stock port, 8st. 4lb. (F. Butler) beat Mr Hesseltine's br. c. Fitzwilliam, 8st. 8ib. (Bumby) D. M. 100, h. ft. 5 to 1 on Giselle. Fitzwilliam made the running to the cords,
where Giselle passed him, and won easily by two lengths.
The Nursery Stakes of 25 sov. each, for two yrs old ; D. M. (18 subscribers). Ld Exeter's b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Galata, Ost. 9lb.
- J. Sharpe 1 Ld Strathmore's b. f. Sultana, 7st. 9ib. • Flatman 2 Baron Rothschild's The Daughter of the Star, 8st. 7 ib. H. Bell Mr Mostyn's br. f. Circassian Maid, 8st. 210. - Marlow Mr J. Cheshire's br. f. Ellen Horne, 8st. 21b. - E. Edwards Ld Orford's br. c. by Clearwell, out of Zipporah, 8st. 21h.
F. Butler Mr Mostyn's b.c. Crozier, 8st. •
W, Abdale Mr J. Osborne's br.f. Agnes, 7st. 12b. . Wakefield Mr Pedley's br. f. Pink Bonnet, 7st. 11 lb.
Whitehouse Sir J. Gerard's b. f. Diphthong, 7st. 91b. • . T. Lye D. of Rutland's b. f. Bella Donna, 7st. 8lb.
Crouch Mr R. Boyce's bl. c. Doctor Goodall, 7st, 6lb.
Sir J. Hawley's b, f. Vanity, 7st. 5ib.
- J. Prince L Lonsdale's bl. f. Martingale, 7st. 2ib.
A. Day Ld Galsgow's b. f. by The Provost, out of Miss Whip, 6st. 12lb.
. Pettit 5 to 2 agst Sultana, 5 to 1 agst Galata f. 7 to I agst Zipporah c. 9 to
1 agst Circassian Maid, 9 to I agst Agnes, 10 to 1 agst Crozier, and 10 to 1 agst Pink Bonnet. Agnes and Martingale lay in front about two lengths in advance of Sultana, at the head of the others, who were in a body well together nearly to the cords, when Sultana took up the running, followed by the Galata f. Pink Bonnet, Doctor Goodall, the Zipporah c. and Crozier; the Galata f, took the lead from Sultana after running a short distance, and won rather cleverly by a length; Pink Bonnet, Zipporah c. ‘and Doctor Goodall passed the chair about
half a length from Sultana, close together. Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. Vice-Consul, by Plenipotentiary, 8st. 7 ib. (F. Butler) beat Ld E. Russell's br. f. by Theon, dam by Wanton 8st. 21. (J. Marson) T.Y.C. 200, h. ft. Even betting. The Theon f. made the running to half way in the
cords, where Vice-Consul went up, and won after a good race
by a neck. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for three yrs old, 7st. 91b. four, 8st. 31b. five and upwards, 8st. 8lb. first half of Ab. M. the winner to be sold for 400 sov. if demanded, &c. (Il subscribers). Mr Mostyn's br. f. Wilderness, by Sultan Jun. 3 yrs W. Abdale 1 Col. Peel's ch, h. Garry Owen, aged
Flatman 2 Mr Rolt's b. h. Bishop of Romford's Cob, 6 yrs - F. Butler 3 Mr G. Ongley's bl. m. Queen of the Gipsies, 6 yrs Crou h Ld Milltown's ch.c. Duc an Durras, 4 yrs - E. Edwards Mr R. Boyce's gr. f. Colleen Bawn, 4 yrs - W. Bovce Mr Wigram's ch.c. Pherenicus, 3 yrs
- Pettit Mr A. Campbell's bl. c. Blackie, 3 yrs - - T. Lye 6 to 5 on Garry Owen, and 3 to 1 agst Blackie. Garry Owen
made the running, with Wilderness, Bishop of Romford's Cob, and Queen of the Gipsies close up ; at the cords Wilderness took the lead, and won easily by a length and a balf; Bishop
of Romford's Cob a moderate third. Mr Stewart's ch. c. Cranebrook, by Alcaston, or Lord John 7st. 121b. recd. ft. from Mr E. Nunn's bl.c. Prior of St Margaret's 8st. Cambridgeshire Course, 200, h. ft.
D. of Bedford's br. c. Paragone, by Touchstone, 8st. 10lb. recd. ft. from Ld Chesterfield's b.c. Free Lance, 8st. 3ib. T.Y.C. 200, 50 ft.
Mr Collett's Pal, by Confederate, 7st. 4lb. recd. 65 sov, ft. from D. of Bedford's Leopard, 8st. 7b. B.Ć. 300, 100 ft.
SATURDAY. Mr Pemberton's b.g. Best Bower, by Sheet Anchor, 5 yrs, 7st. 510. (Pettit) beat Ld Glasgow's b. f. Conspiracy, 3 yrs, 7st. 2/b. (T. Lye) Cambridgeshire Course, 200, h. ft. 6 to 4 on Conspiracy. Best Bower made the running at a mode
rate pace, was not headed, and won easily by three lengths. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for two yrs old, 6st. 7td. three, 8st. 71b, four, 9st, five and upwards, 9st. 4ib. T.Y.C. the winner to be sold for 200 sov. if demanded, &c. (12 subscribers). Ld E. Russell's br. f. by Theon, dam by Wanton, 2 yrs J. Prince 1 Mr Mostyn's br. f. Circassian Maid, 2 yrs
Kitchener 2 Mr J. Osborne's br, f. Agnes, 2 yrs
- G. Abdale 3 Ld Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, 5 yrs
- W. Abdale Sir C. Monck's b. f. Flattery, 4 yrs
- J. Holmes D. of Bedford's ch. f. Taurina, 3 yrs
Robinson Mr Whiles's br. f. Infringe, 2 yrs
W. Hutchinson Mr Greville's ch.c. Mirmillo, 2 yrs - . W. Marson Mr Shelley's bl, f. Millwood, 2 yrs - - J. Sharpe Col. Synge's b. c. Conan More, 2 yrs . . Dockeray Mr R. J. Shafto's Captain Pepper, 2 yrs - - G. Myers 2 to 1 agst the Theon f. 7 to 2 agst Circassian Maid, 5 to 1 agst
Agnes, and 6 to 1 agst Mirmillo. Agnes made the running, with the Theon f. well up, Cocoa-nut next; at the cords the Theon f. took the lead, and Circassian Maid the second place, the former winning by a length; the same distance between the second and third ; Cocoa-nut a bad fourth.--The winner was
claimed. Mr Merton's Jumble, 2 yrs, 5st. 71b. (J. Prince) beat D. of Bed. ford's Captain Phebus, 4 yrs, 8st. 9ib. (F. Butler) T.Y.C. 200, h. ft. 9 to 4 on Captain Phebus, who made the running to the cords,
where Jumble went up and won, after a good race, by half a
length. The Houghton Handicap of 15 sov, each, and only 5 ft. if declared &c. to go to the second horse, for three yrs old and upwards; T.Y.C. (19 subscribers, 5 of whom paid 5 sov. ft.) Mr Mostyn's br. f. Wilderness, 3 yrs, 7st. 6th. W. Abdale 0 1 Mr Crockford's b. c. Terrier, 3 yrs, 6st. 4lb.
First heat, W. Hutchinson.-Second heat - J. Sharpe 0 2 Mr Tilbury's ch. f. Elimea, 3 yrs, 5st. 11 lb. Dockeray 3 Ld E. Russell's br. c. Sting, 3 yrs, 8st. 9ib. - J. Marson Mr King's ch. h. Y. Lochinvar, 6 yrs, 7st. 9lb. Whitehouse Mr Merton's African, aged, 7st. 6ib.
Flatman Mr Pemberton's b.g. Best Bower, 5 yrs, 7st. 6lb. Pettit