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I SPORTING ITEMS. I Merrywise will be ridden out for a place at | Chester. The O.-iziba, having on board the celebrated Australian stallion Carbine, arrived at Colombo last Wednesday. There is nothing amiss with St. Frusquin, and the colt will oppose High Treasurer at Kempton Park. St. Frusquin has been tr:ed better than Gulistan. It is said that J. Ross, the well-known Associa- tion football forward, is to be given a trial at cricket for Lancashire during the ensuing season. Slow Step is a. very good-looking colt by Bar- caldino cut of the .bsautifully-bred Waltz, by Isonorr.y out of Spmaway, and he showed fair 1 form several times last year. Orange Blossom, the dam of Newcourfc, was shot the other day at the age of 26. She has been a useful servant, having bred no fewer than 12 foals in succession. Fred Johnson has issued a challenge to box George Dixon, of the States, or anyone else in the world, at 8it 6!b. give or take lib, for B200 aside, and the largest purse obtainable. Johnson is willing to box either in England or go to America. Two important gallops of horses engaged in the K'.unpton Bark Jubilee Stakes took place on New- market Heath yesterday. Irish Car, Rwensbury (G. Chaloiier up), Kils;tilagh.Lti (T. Loates in the saddle), Hebron, and Whisperer were sent a mile, and finished in the order named. Irish Car was simply started as a pacemaker, and our New- market correspondent speaks highiy of Captain Machell's candidate. Court, Ball also had a stripped trial gallop over a mile with Sir Henry James, Platter, and Sarana. Lord Cadogan's horso ran behind the ip.-)ir tirst named, but in I front of Sarana, who was really the test mare. Court Ball has a great chance of success, says our repi cisentative at headquarters. According to rumour, Laodamia will be well backed for the Jubilee Stakes. Laodamia only ran twice last season—in the Royal Hunt Cup and Stewards' Cup at Goodwood, starting at 100 to 1 in the former event and fifties in the latter, so it cannot be said she carried much money. She also started at 100 to 1 against in the Cambridgeshire won by Molly Morgan, so cannoo have been fancied for that race. The haudicapper has not let her down graatly, for she was then conceding El Diablo 31b, and will on Saturday allow him 61b, this being something to her advantage, as she was only three years old in 1393. Laodamia has not been frequently seen upon racecourses, the illness of her owner and breeder. Mr Murphy, only permitting her to run once upon an Irish racecourse as a two year old, when she cantered away with her race. Mr lIfnrphy died a few weeks later, and her grall(i figure excited so much interest that Mr F\11tol\ had to go to 3,5Q0gs before securing her at auction. In the autumn 1892 she me over to Liverpool, started at 100 to 1 against for the Nursery Stakes, and giving Marcion 61b, ran a close third to the Riyal Hampton tiyer and Salerno, whilst behind her was Prisoner, to whom ahe was conceding no less than 21!b. On such form as this, and if still as speedy as then, Laodamia will take some beating on Saturday.

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