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100 sov. the gift of Sir John Gerard, Bart. added to a Sweepstakes of 15 sov, each, 10 ft. a winner once after the publication of the handicap to carry 3lb. twice, 5lb. extra; the last horse paid 5 sov. towards the expenses of the Course; ridden by Gentlemen qualified as for the first day's cup; two miles (7 subscribers). Sir J. Gerard's b. h. Parthian, by Jereed, 6 yrs, llst. 91b. owner 1 Capt. Boyd's ch, h. Dog Billy, 5 yrs, 12st. 7 1 Mr S. Erskine 2 Mr Baxter's b. m. Legacy, 6 yrs, 12st. - Mr Jas. Cookson 3 Col. Thompson's br. f. Horatia (half-bred) 4 yrs, 10st. 5lb.
Capt. Broadley 4 Mr E. Haworth's br. g. John Davis, 4 yrs, llst, 51.(including 5 lb. extra)
i owner 5 2 to 1 agst Parthian, 3 to l agst John Davis, 4 to 1 agst Legacy,
and 5 to 1 agst Dog Billy. Won by a length; Legacy finishing
about three lengths from the second, the others beaten off. The Burton Constable Stakes of 20 sov. each, 10 ft. with 50 added, for two yrs old, 6st. 7 ib. and three, 8st. 10lb. f. and g. allowed 3lb. the winner paid 10 sov. towards expenses; half a mile. Sir J. Gerard's br. f. Camelia, by Voltaire, 3 yrs - Holmes I Mr W. Scott's b. c. Mr Mansfield, 3 yrs . W. Oates 2 Mr E. R. Clark's b. g. Socrates, 2 yrs - T. Barker 3 Mr Lane Fox's br. f. Hannah Raine, 3 yrs - Bradley 4 2 to 1 agst Mr Mansfield, 3 to 1 agst Camelia, 3 to 1 agst So
crates, and 5 to 1 agst Hannah Raine. Won by two lengths ; Mr Mansfield beating Socrates by a length. Socrates bolted when leading within 100 yards of the Distance-post, and in con
sequence lost all chance of winning. The Carlton Stakes of 10 sov, each, for half-bred hunters that never won 501. 13st. each; m. and g. allowed 31b. Gentlemen riders, the same as in the cups; two miles (12 subscribers). Mr Baxter's b. g. by Contest, out of sister to llamlet, 4 yrs
Mr E. Haworth 1 Sir J. Gerard's ch. h. Heart of Oak (late Socrates) owner 2 Mr E. H. Reynard's br. h. Ranger, aged Mr Jas. Cookson 3 Col. Thompson's br. h. Catamaran, 6 yrs
. owner 4 Mr E. Walker's br. h. County Member - Capt. Broadley 5 Mr Loft's br. b. Obed, aged - - Mr S. Erskine 6 3 to 1 agst the Contest g. 5 to 1 agst Heart of Oak, 6 to 1 agst
Ranger, and 7 to 1 agst Catamaran. Won in a common canter by half a dozen lengths. After the race the winner was pur
chased by Sir J. Gerard, and was named Perpetual Motion. The Scurry Stakes of 10 sov. each; Gentlemen riders, as in the cups : the winner to be sold for 200 sov, half a mile (3 subscribers). Sir J. Gerard's br. f. Camelia, 3 yra, walked over.
The Social Stakes, a silver Tea-pot, the gift of E. H. Reynard Esq. added to a Sweepstakes of 2 sov. each, for horses, &c. the property of Farmers; the second saved his stake; ridden by Farmers or their sons; one mile and a half (6 subscribers). Mr W. Baxter's b. m. Legacy, by The Bard, 6 yrs Mr H. Baxter 1 Mr Skelton's. Father Mathew, aged - Mr W. Lamplugh 2 Mr Wray's b. f. Shepherdess, 4 yrs . Mr R. Wright 3
THURSDAY, April the 23rd.—The Craven Stakes of 10 sov, each, with 20 added, for horses of all ages; one mile and a half (5 subscribers). Mr Arrowsmith's br. c. Tractarian, by Robin Grey,
or Young Whalebone, 3 yrs, 6st. lõib. - G. Abdale 1 Mr Cook's br. m. The Shadow, aged, 9st. 2tb.
. 2 Mr Salvin's b. f. Marian Ramsay, 4 yrs, 8st. 5lb.
3 Mr Whitelock's b. m. Fair Rosamond, 5 yrs, 8st. 8ib. - 4 6 to 4 agst Marian Ramsay, 7 to 4 agst The Shadow, 3 to 1 agst
Fair Rosamond, and 4 to 1 agst Tractarian. Won cleverly. Mr R. Stockdale's b. g. Ariel, aged (owner) beat Mr West's gr. m. Queen of Hearts, aged (W. Henderson) 10st. 7fb. each, two miles, 40 sov. but in consequence of Ariel coming in short of weight, the race was given to Queen of Hearts.
The Maiden Plate of 50 søv, given by the Members for the Northern Division of the County of Durham ; heats, two miles. Mr Haworth's gr. c, Robin Burns, by The Bard,
4 yrs, 8st. 5lb. - - - J. Jones
out of Swinton's dam, 3 yrs, 7st. 5lb.
8st. 21b. Mr Meiklam's b. c. The Parson's Clerk, 4 yrs, 8st. 5lb.
- dr FRIDAY.—The Two yrs old Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 20 added, for colts, 8st. 3lb. and fillies, Sst. three quarters of a mile (4 subs.) Mr E. R. Clark's ch. c. Bendigo, by The Doctor, or Gladiator
- J. Bumby 1 Mr Meiklam's bl. c. Duncan - - Templeman 2 Mr J. Cookson's ch. f. Miss Birch .
The Cup Stakes of 10gs each, for horses that never won 1001. at any one time in plate or stake before the day of naming; three yrs old, 6st. 10ib. four, 8st 3lb. five, est. lõib. six and aged, øst. m. and g. allowed 3lb. two iniles (8 subscribers). Mr Bell's b. c. Fiddlestring, by The Bard, 3 yrs Longstaff i Mr Ramsay's b. c. Inglewood, 3 yrs
Duflo 2 Capt. Allan's b.f. Themis, 3 yrs •
Reeves 3 Mr Lamb's ch. m. Lady Flora, aged - - LiveseyMr Allen's b. c. Duke of Kent, 4 yrs - - T. Forster Mr Mangle's b. c. Comical Boy, 4 yrs
- Bumby Mr Arrowsmith's br. c. Tractarian, 3 yrs (G. Abdale) also started
and came in first, but ran on the wrong side of a post.
The Hunters' Stakes of 5 sov. each with 10 added ; two miles (7 subscribers). Mr J. Clarke's ch, m. Maid of Auckland, by Tomboy, aged, 12st,
• Mr R. F. Johnson 1 Mrowhitelock's b. g. Swodale Jack, 6 yrs, 12st.
- - 2 Mr C. Benson's b. m. Eleanor, 6 yrs, 12st.
- 3 Mr Gregson's b. m. The Tocherless Lass, 5 yrs, Ilst. 8lb. - 4
SATURDAY. - The Members' Plate of 251. given by T. C. Granger, Esq. one of the Members for the City of Durham, added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov, each; three yrs old, 6st. 10lb, four, Sst. 3lb. five, &st. 10lb. six and aged, 9st. m. and g. allowed 3lb. a winner of 501. at any one time in plate or stake to carry 3lb. twice or more, 5lb. extra; 2-mile heats (5 subscribers). Mr Haworth's gr. c. Robin Buros, 4 yrs Templeman 3 1 1 Mr Cook's br. m. The Shadow, aged - J. Marson 1 2 2 Mr Baker's b. f. Marian Ramsay, 4 yrs
Bumby 2 3 dr The Selling Stakes of 3 sov, each, with 25 added; three yrs old, 8st, four, 9st, five, 9st. 6lb, six and aged, 9st. 10lb. m, and g. allowed 3lb. the winner to be sold for 2001. if demanded, &c. If to be sold for 1501. allowed 7tb. for 1001, 14ib. for 801. 18lb, for 501. 21tb. and for 401. 28lb, heats, one mile and a quarter (8 subscribers). Mr R. Stewart's b. c. Ashfield, by Irish Revenge
(half-bred) 3 yrs (801.) - - G. Abdale - 1 Capt. Allan's b. f. Themis, 3 yrs (501.) Mr Dawson's Fair, Fat, and Forty, 4 yrs (501.) Mr Palmer's b. m. Betsy Bird, 6 yrs (401.) - • 3 4 3 Mr Baker's b. f. Thalia, 3 yrs (1001.) Mr Lamb's Lady Flora, aged (150) Mr Grey na. br. m. Jessy (half-bred) aged (401.) .
There was a race for the Farmers' Plate, but it was disputed.
NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING.
MONDAY, April the 27th. Fifty Pounds, for four yrs old, 7st. 10lb. five, 8st. 91. six and aged, Gst. last three miles of B.C. Mr Shelley's ch.c. Maynooth, by Sir Hercules, 4 yrs . Sly 1 id G. Bentinck's ch. f. Miss Elis, 4 yrs
Flatman 2 Mr W. S. Stanley's b. c. Keppel, 4 yrs
R. Cotton 3 Ld Eglinton's b. c. Lycurgus, 4 yrs
- S. Mann 4 Ld Glamis's ch. h. Switcher, 5 yrs
- Crouch 5 5 to 4 on Miss Elis, and 3 to 1 agst Maynooth. Maynooth made
the running at a good steady pace, with Keppel second, Lycurgus and Switcher next, Miss Elis lying off; they ran in this order to the Duke's Stand, where Miss Elis took the third place; about half way between there and the finish she passsed Keppel, but could not reach Maynooth, who continued the lead to the end, winning cleverly by two lengths; Keppel a bad third ; the
other two beaten off. A Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, h, ft. if declared by ten o'clock the evening before running, for three yrs old and upwards; T.Y.C. (6 subscribers, 2 of whom paid h. ft.) Id Orford's bl. c. Blackie, by Clearwell, 3 yrs, 6st. 215. J. Sharpe 1 Ld Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, 5 yrs, 8st. 4ib. - S. Mann 2 Ld Miltown's ch. c. Duc an Durras, 4 yrs, 8st. 27. G. Edwards 3 D. of Rutland's b. c. Paultons, 4 yrs, 8st. 1218. - - pd 6 to 5 agst Blackie, and 7 to 4 agst Cocoa-nut. Blackie made
the running, was not headed, and won easily by two lengths ;
Duc an Durras a bad third. A Sweepstakes of 50 sov, each, for three yrs old colts, 8st. 7tb. and fillies, &st. 4ib. T.Y.C those by stallions or out of mares which never bred a winner, allowed 31b. (6 subscribers). Col. Anson's b. c. Iago, by Don John, 8st. 4lb. F. Butler 1 D. of Bedford's ch. f. Taurina, 8st. 4ib.
- Flatman 2 Mr Phillimore's b. f. Side-saddle, 8st. 41b. . - Sly 3 7 to 4 on Iago. After the first fifty yards Iago took the lead,
was not headed, and won easily by a length. Side-saddle beaten off. A Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, for foals of 1843, out of mares that never bred a winner; colts, 8st. 715. fillies, 8st. 3lb. those by stallions that never got a winner allowed 3lb. A.F. (5 subscribers). D. of Bedford's b.c. Paragone, by Touchstone - Robinson i Ld Exeter's b.c. Lebanon
S. Mann 2 7 to 2 on Paragone, who made the running and won in a canter by
A Sweepstakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. T.Y.C. Mr King's ch. h. Y. Lochinvar, by Tipple Cider, 6 yrs, 7st. 5lb.
Pettit 1 Sir J. Hawley's Bishop of Romford's Cob, 6 yrs, 8st. 7 ib.
F. Butler 2 Col. Peel's Garry Owen, aged, 8st. 71b. - - Flatman 3 Even on Bishop of Romford's Cob, 7 to 4 agst Garry Owen, and
4 to 1 agst Y. Lochinvar. Y. Lochinvar made the running at a strong pace, Garry Owen lying second; at the cords the latter declined, and the Cob went up, but did not reach Y. Lochinvar,
who continued the lead to the end, winning cleverly by a length: Ld Exeter's br. c. Wood Pigeon, by Velocipede, 7st. (Pettit) beat D. of Bedford's Oakley, 8st. 7 lb. (Robinson) T.Y.C. 300, h. ft. 6 to 5 on Oakley. Wood Pigeon made the running at a strong
pace, was not headed, and won cleverly by a length. Mr Beresford's b. c. Dean Swift, by Voltaire, 4 yrs, 7st. 131b. (Flatman) beat Mr Pratt's Secundus, 5 yrs, 8st. 10lb. (Crouch) first half of Ab. M. 100, h. ft. 7 to 4 on Secundus. Secundus made the running at a strong
pace; half way up the cords Dean Swift challenged, and after a
good race won by half a length. Ld Glasgow's b. f. Conspiracy, by Retriever, 7st. 1llb. (S. Mann) beat Ld Orford's Prussic Acid, 8st. 7 ib. (Flatman) R.M. 200, h. ft. 5 to 2 on Prussic Acid. Conspiracy took the lead at a steady
pace, which improved at the bushes; she continued the lead to
the end, and won cleverly by two lengths. , Sir J. Hawley's b. h. A-la-mode, by New Fashion, 5 yrs, 8st. 2/b. (F. Butler) beat Mr Ramsbottom's Pine-apple, 6 yrs, 8st. 10lb. (H. Bell) A.F. 100, h. ft. 5 to 2 on A-la-mode, who made the running, was not headed,
and won by a length, Sweepstakes of 500 sov, each, 200 ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 9tb. and fillies, 8st. 6ib. the produce of the best mares in England; A. F. (5 subscribers). Ld Eglinton's b.c. Draco, by Velocipede, walked over and recd. the
two fts. D. of Bedford's bl, f. Black Cat, and Mr Combe's b. f. by Glaucus,
out of Harmony, withdrew stakes.
Mr Greville's Alarm, by Venison, 4 yrs, 8st. 7 ib. recd. 130 sov. ft. from Mr O'Brien's Traverser, 3 yrs, 6st. 71b. A. F. 500, 200 ft.
TUESDAY. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for three yrs old colts, 8st. 7lb. and fillies, &st. 4lb. T.Y.C. the winner to be sold for 200 sov, if de. manded, &c.