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SANDOWN PARK MEETING. YESTERDAY. Tk CRAVEN PLATE of .'00 SOTS; winners extra. AblJlIt livè f,¡rhmp;s. MrA.Tav:orsAsherto:t,3\rs,6.stlO!b.Ga,)]onl Mr T. V. M'ra.an's Rowlston, aged, 8st 6:b ..Morbey 2 MrG.Tri!.t!!i't.-r'sVT'hitebine,4yrs,8st4ib.Booty3 Fettâ¬r:ess(Fordhs.U)), Red Hazard (C. Wood), Rubi- ()' Suiter), Favori'ta (Luke), Amy Metvi)!e(.\)orreh), (K. Pavne). and BeH Heather (Barrett) also ran. to 1 ag-st Fetterless, 7 to 1 a:st Bell Hea.tJ.ei',3tol ea,d¡ ¡'st HO\VJston, :cun' Ulllll, and (?aterwaut, 100 to 8 each agst Whitebine and Asherton, 100 to 7 each a.gst Red lta.xa.rd and Favorita, a.ud 30 t,) I atzst 'Liriy %Iclvi.Ile. Y\'onbyG,neck; three-parts, 4)f t I)etweeii i(I The FLYING TWOYP'AR OLD STAKES of 5 each. 2 ft, with 100 add.d co!ts S.st 13th, ti)H<s Mr Leopold de Rothschiid's A'tat-vin, 8st5f)). (i.FordhM) 1 ('a.¡¡;ain Mache]]'s Cro,s );). 8.Iu 511) :'Il'DolI:<l(l 2 .\£1' R. H. C"ombe' Red Pl'¡,h'e, 8"t5Ih..T. E..roucs 3 Anna.nd (.\forgan), Knde til!y (C. Wood), (L()ttcs), Pnld1l"ct colt (?>faidmcnt). Sultana. (A. W..c<t), (AInrhcy), (Ciies), Scratch (SM- t,m), (Lema.ire), and Para del" also ran. Hettin'-2 to 1 7 to 1 lilly, 8 to 1 a;(l!t and 100 to 8 agst Pa!tder. "I hy Ien:,h; a head hetwef''l second thinL The winner was sol,l to Mr C. Hibhert for Not. ?' 'nie NORTH STAKES ot 200 added to a Sweepstakes (If 10 sovs each for acceptors; winners ..t1t; the to receive 20 out of the Mr R.td!U?i'snriHiM<cy,4yra,8.st.C.WoodI ?fr Cr;LVt.'t:'s Mynheer, S yrs, 7st 6)b .Morre!! 2 :\Ir Cr;LVt.'t:'s Mynheer, S yrs, 7st 6)b .Morre!! 2 .\lr F. COOpt'r's Blueskil1, 3 yr., 8Jb 3 <'or.tlie (Lemaire), Pu!? Abba.ve (BM-rctt), ri i(L.Y (W. M'Donald), ContidfTK-e (GaUou), and Ma.u- t]et (.T. K. Jones) a!so rn,n. lldting-4 to 1 agst BrÃl- ]i.utcv, 5 to 1 ft;st Puff, 11 to 2 a!t Corbie, 6 to 1 iMst hnheer, 7 to 1 a,-st Bluet-kiu," and 10 to 1 agstthc Tho'' ALL-AGHf) ?STAKES'of 5 ?oYt each, 2 ft, with 100 atl(le(I weig-ht age; sfJlling aid other itl. ]owauce, One iiiile. I" J, Keene's Marshall\IcDonnJd, 3 yr", 7st 121h. J.cmaire 1 Mr Ra/hna)r:,Itvs,2yrs,5-<t]2U).Wriftht 2 ?lIt- Hunt's Hellnix, 6 yrs, 8,;t 12Ih. .Giles 3 AFticrt Cecit (J. E. Jones), Amba.issdor (Sensier), on (C. Wood), and (A. Jlfa') also ran. I!ctt.!t]Kâ100 to 30 agst Hennix, 4 to 1 a,gst We!Iinf!ton, 5 to 1 agst Marshal Mct)ona.!d, 6 to 1 each agst Am- and Uys, and 8 to 1 agst Giaretta. W UIl by three kngths the same distance separating the secont} awl third. The wiiinei- was sold to )11' F. IAnhmn for SlO.uinca.s. The SEPTEATBEIZ, NURSERY PLATK (Hft-ndicap) of 300 SOH, for two, Yc,a: ol{t, winner,; extra, -rive Ãmlong. :\11' .101m sen.'s 7st Riri-ett 1 Mr .TacJ;:on'8 IRabeltu, 8.t 121h, "'ootl 2 Mr T. Jlo(lg-:nan'8 Fia;<h, 6st 41b (cM-ried 6st 9!b), Whiting 3 Irchca.pe (J. C)Ub(d (Fordhaul), First F'light (:\lo!'bcy), Patrician Cana,lian (F. browii), (Fulcher), Tony kin Immortelle (J. li' Primrose II. (Writ;h'\ (Lnke). Mity!pne (A. Ske'tto:]). L'Airi. <<,i)«'('MTett),a)idTit'ts(E. Martin) a!sora.n. Bet- tingâ100 to 30 ag-st Isftbeau, 8 to 1 each t,(,st I,eeds a,nd Moir.i, 10 to 1 a<{st Inchcape, 100 to 8 each agst Bul- bul, Fir?t FtishtsP-itrician, IminorteHe, and Mitylene, 100 to 7 each a?t McA!pine and F!ash, and 20 to 1 e{M;h agst Canadian and Tony Ltunnkin. \cnbyfour lengths; bad third. The TALLY-HO PLATE of 100 sovs, for huntera weight f,)!' rtg-e win neTS extm certain allowances; the secc.)! to receive 10 sova out of the plate. Two miles, on the flat. Lord Rossmore's Cortf.Mn, t yrs, list 511), )II' Coventry 1 Mr IL. Owen's Galileo, 4 yrs. list 51b .Owner 2 Mr A, Deacon's South Sea, 4 yrs, list 5!b Mr Bevi!! 3 Gracie (Mr S. Clifford), Bay Wyndham (Mr E. P. Wil- son), Sober Hoy (Mr F. JfM-obs), Troy (Mr Winfield), Legate (Lord M. Heresford), and The Gift (Owner) also ran. BettingâEvens on Cortotvin, 3 to 1 axst S<inth Sea. 10 to 1 agst Gra<;ie, 100 to 8 agst Trov, and 100 to 6 agst Leg-ate. WoK by six lengths a head between anll tliird. The SANDOWN AUTUMN CUP, value 200.ovs,bv subscription of 10 sovs each, 5 ft for ae penaltIes and winners extra. Seven Mr T. Cannon's Buxton, 4 yrs, 7s{, 91b .Lemaire 1 MrLBates'sMinster,4\-M.7st9!b.Luke 2 Mr Town!ey-Parker's Contidencc, 3 vrs, 7st 8!b. Ikrrd.t 3

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