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SPORTING ITEMS. 1 Victor Wild will be ridden by Bradford in the Jubilee Stakes. The new Earl of Pembroke, is a fin" cricket j player. The colt by Juggler-St. Mary has b?en nam^d Barney Hill. Watts will ride Kirkconnel for Sir Blundell Mitple in the Derby, Lo-.d Ro,;ob-i-yigreeing that he should do so. i Dick Marsh's tip for the Cheater Cup is Son of a Gun. lvhile the Oity and Suburban was being run the worthy trainer was heard to remark that "the running of the Kingrolere horse wae good enough for hi- Euclid, who galloped one mile and a quarter at Alfriston on Monday, was in the evening found to be lame, a leg having filled. Victor Wild has finished up a really good pre- paration for the Jubilee, and as this will be bis first appearance this year it is rather a difficult thing to say whether he is improved from last year or not, but he fifoes in grand style in his gaiiops. Mr Leopold de Rothschild hopes (Bays" Abl. in the World) to win the Great Two Year Old Stakes ar. KFTI;pton Park on Fnday wirh his dark colt St. Frusquin (a son of St. Simon), who is believed to be the most highly-tried youngster at Newmarket. COIISJ»;C- ..u'.jug the liorses at exercise on the Roodee yesterdav morning was the Irish three year old Portmarnock, who appears to have had an excellent preparation for the Jubilee Stakes. He was given a smart mile gallop in company with Gazeteer, who runs in the Great Cheshire Handicap to-morrow. The Prince of Wales is to give a dinner to about 50 'nembers of the Jockey Club at Marl- borough House on Wednesday, t/1P 29th, being the evening of the Derby Day. H.R.H. intends to be at Kempton Park races both on Friday and Saturday, and in the Royal Stakes his colours will probably be carried by Thais, a br f by St. Serf—Poetry, who is expected to turn out a very smart two year old. A portion of the spoil awaiting the winner of the Chester Cup to-day will be a massive punch bowl and a pair of double-handled vases, both of antique silver. As a Cheshire cheese also enters into the gams of the victor, the Chester Cup of 1895 may fairly be described as ab-)ut the most mixed stake of which turf story makes mention. Such combtnations as money and plate and money and claret are familiar enough as rewarding the prowess of a racehorse. At Catterick Bridfco many a year ago there were 12 subscribers at 12 guinsas each to a two miles race for a pipe of old port," and the Yorkshire favourite, Sir Tatton Sykes, owned the five year old that won it. A few days ago Mr Arthur Roberts afforded another illustration of his fertility in the produc- tion of hmrol'ou;; mcident. The Prince of Wales's tion of hnn.orou-! incident. in which the emInent comedian took part. When caHed upon to take part in defence he produced his own special bat, which proved to be just wide enough to cover the wickets, but was allowed to pass. A straight ball was sent, which Arthur blocked, and to the amazement of his partner proceeded to run, and continued to run until the iidders declared "Iot ball," when" Gentleman Joe" produced the ball from a receptacle in his bat fitted with a trap door. The Heathen Chinee must look to his laurels when he proposes to play with Mr Roberts.

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