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 THIS DAY'S RftCiNC. KEMPTON PARK. 2 0-8'1' MARjçn) TWO YEAR 2. OLD ?ELU?C PLATE of 200 a<?6.â Five furlones. straight. M, Gilpin's MICHIGAN, S-ll WAL QRIGGS 1 Mr H. Hartisan'e POPOFF C, 9-#* Wheatley 2 Mr Singer's OFFER C, 9-0 Clark 3 Also ran: Sybil c (Hewitt), Gloomy Dean (Esri). Copestone c Gardner Brinsop tButchersi, Little Sport (Donoghue), Santa I Rosa, (Piper;, Beatrice 3iaud (MasonV Sa- brina f (F. TemplomanJ. Vertufcleu (H. Jonesl, Dolorous tRandaJl), Odoon (Robbins), Trixtress (Foy). Off 2.9. Trained by Gilpin Betting: 2 to 1 MICHIGAN. 5 to 1 Popoff c. 11 to 2 Little Sport, 7 to 1 Vertebleu, 100 to 8 Dolorous and Copestone. 20 to 1 others. Won by eight lengths; six lengths be- tween second and third. 2qn KENTON CO CRT SELLING PLATS of 400 sove;One mile on Jubilee Course. Mr Duke's NIATAWAH. a 9-0.LARK 1 Sir A. Bailey's PRIM SIMON, 5 9-3 Bullock 2 Si- R. Wilmot's THE BORE, 7-11 Donoghue 3 Also ran: Paullian (Smallpiece), Fairy Hil'. (Stephenson). Off 2.35. Trained by Tabor. Betting: 6 to 4 NIATAWAH, 5 to 2 Panl- han. 3 to 1 Prim Simon, 10 to 1 The Bore, 10J to 8 Fairy Hill. Won by a bead; four lengths between second and third. 9 A-REDFERN TWO YEAR OLD t-). U PLATE of 800 sovs.-Five furlongs. Rts Majesty's VERVAI-N-K, 7-13 BULLOCK 1 Mr' Neumann's :SOW MARTIN, 7-13 Wal Griggs 2 Mr Whitrscy's LADY HAMBURG C. 8-2 Martfn 3 Also ran- Bobine (Piper), Pennant (Hux- Pitch Dark c (Randall). Sir George (Speark. Wynton (Wheatley), The Vizier (A. Whalleyi, Strathgibby (Donoghue;, L-ady Archie (Jelliss), Pitcroy f (Prout), Sister Sne f (Cooper). Off 3.11. Trained by R. Marsh. Betting: 6 to 4 Lady Hamburg, 9 to 2 VtlRVAINE, 6 to I Vizier, 8 to 1 Pennant. 130 to 8 Snow Marten. 100 to 7 Strathgibby, 20 to 1 others. Won by a head; neck between second and third. ? on â WINDSOR CASTLE HIGH- 0. HEIGHT HANDICAP of 500 aov?â Five ftirlongs, straight. Mr Rhodes's GREAT SURPRISE, 6 jf)..3 CLARK 1 Mr Broome's CATILINE, 5 7-0 I)rout2 Mr Edge's THE ANGEL MAN, a 9-6 Jellis-, 3 Also ran: Forward III (Wal GriggS), Pres- ter Jack (Wheatley), Parasine (Martin), Meunt William (Whalley), Glencairn (S. Donoghue;, Primrose (Spear), Sundawn (R. Coojver). Roi Donovan (Stokes). Off 3.45. Trained by Yapp. OFFICIAL sot" TCHINGS. I All eDgagenientsâGaradice. SelUng Handicap, ManchesterâDennery. Three-year-old Handicap, Nrmingbam- Red Finch. All engagements in Mr. G. Renwiclc's name âCrooked Match. Norman by Plate, RedcarâEconomise, St. Faith. I?- d c a rengagements-RidgewaT. Paul Latoerie, Calder Tale. Oakhampton, Nan- keen, Golden Rule. May Maiden, Wolverhampton Frustra- tion. Surrey Maiden, Hurst ParkâLongvilla. Three-year-old Maiden, Hurs-L Park-Ra- diance. Sherdley Gold Cup, Wolverhamptonâ Spt-nser. Sterburgh Plate, LinOcid-Flightinem Eeton Handicap, BedcarâBolortc.. Saltburn Handicap, RedcarâStaccato. Langbaugh Welte-r, R-ed,ar-Paly-mnia,. Club Plate, Lingfieli-lit. Faith. God stone Plate, Lingfield-Ben Addra. Ford Handicap, Lingfieldrowthorne I Ascot Stake-3âBallyhist.

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