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TO-DAY'S SPORTING.

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TO-DAY'S SPORTING. I Kempton Second Spring Meeting. KEMPTON PARK, FRIDAY. In bright, brilliant sunshine the Kempton Park Meeting was commenced thi afternoon. The Prince of Wales had signified his intention of patronising the meeting, and with nothing of importance to clash with the Sunbury fixture the enclosures were well attended. Plenty of horses are on the spot, and the sport through. out promises to be very interesting. Details :— 2.0—The SHEEN PLATE (handicapl of j3200 the second receives P,10 the winner to be sold for 250. One mile. Capt. Bewicke's Cameronian, a 7st 131B Maguire 1 Lord Cholmondeley's Miss Tennyson, 5y 7st 41b T. Loates 2 Mr W. Nightingall's Judy, 3y 8st lib Cartledge 3 Lord Stanley's Greywell, a 8st 21b F. Piatt 0 Winner trained by Crton, Grateley. Betting-13 to 8 agst Greywell, 9 to 4 agst Miss Tennyson, 3 to 1 agst Judy, and 7 to 1 agst Cameronian. Cameronian made all the running and won by six lengths the same distance divided second and third. -"ti.áØ1 lNV.¡.rI_U" -it

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