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FIGHTING AT HALEFA.I

! Nottingham February Meeting.…

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Nottingham February Meeting. NOTTINGHAM, TUESDAY. Thoutrh the floods had extended to the racecourse at Colwick Park, thl. ,r had drained off sufficiently to admit of sport taking place still there were small pools in various parts cf the track, and the going was in a fearful state. After a beautiful springlike mcrn- ing the weather became very threatening before pro ceedings commenced, but the company was of respect- able dimensions in all departments. Detail :— 2.0-The ANNESLEY MAIDEN HURDLE RACE of £40; the second receives £5, Two miles. Miss Norris's Hawkvrood, 4y list 31b J Morgan 1 Mr P Piatt's Kelham, 4y lOst 71b A Lake 2 Mr J G FitzGerald's Hallion, 4y lOst 71b ..W Dillon 3 Mr G Smith's Furze Bush, 6y list 71b Capt Yardley 0 Mr H Turner's Dargas, 5y list 3lb G Wilson 0 Winner trained by Miller, Portslade. BetLing-11 to 4 on Hawkwood, 100 to 12 each agst Furze Bush and Dargas, and 100 to 8 agst others. Furze Bush settled down in advance of Hawkwood and Hallion, with Dargas last, until well in the straight, where Hawkwood assumed the command, and stalling off the challenge of Kelham won by a length a bad third. Furze Bush was last. j: ) r I I The LKEX SELLING HURDLE RACE PLATE • the winner to be sold for B53. Two miles. Mr M Widget's Keiimare, 6y list 61b .J Morgan 1 Mr Appiu'.s Queen Emblem, 4y 10st 31b Acres 2 Mr Kidston's Fair Wind, 5y list 21b..Mr Fersu^on 3 £ ullen's Croaghpatrick, a 12st 21b Mr W Cuilen (J Mr Blythe's Bridesmaid, a list 6;i> Mr G Marsh 0 Count Zech's Clonawee, 6v list 31b Mr Gore 0 Mr G H Allen's Porto, 5y 10it 151b \V Kllis 0 Mr Turner' Expert, 4y 10s1131b G Wilson 0 Mr Corbett'.sLittle Jack Horner,4y lOst lOlbH Brown 0 Mr J A Miller's Chantry Post, 4y lOst 31b.Halsey 0 I Winner trained by Miller, Portslade. Betting.—2 to 1 agst Chantry Post. 6 to 1 agst Clonawee, 7 to 1 each agst Expert and Little Jack Horner, 100 to 14 agst Porto, tnd 10 to 1 each agst Kenmare, Queen's Emblem, Fair Wind, and others. t >i 'len. ^le Porto refused to start and followed on a long way in the rear. Kenmore then •settled down in advance of Clonawee, Bridesmaid, Craighpatrick, aud Chantry Post until entering the line tor home, where Little J.ick Horner and Chantry Post became second and third, but Kenmare made al the running, an,1 stalling off Queen's Emblem's challenge won by three-parts of a length a neck 1 divided second and third. Little Jack Horner was fourth. 3.0—The TOKE HANDICAP HURDLE RACE PLAT E of £ B0 winders extra. Two miles. Mr Moncreifi'e's Lord Percy, 6y list 71b .Ha«sall 1 Mr W Napsel, 5y lOst 91b Harmon 2 Mr II Coventry's Propeller,5y lOst IGlbCpt. YanUey 3 Mr Tracton's Foghorn, a list 111b ..Mr A Gordon 0 Mr Chatham's Cornbary, 6y list 81b E Driscoll 0 Mr Id Harper's IT., 4v list lib. Owner 0 Mr 0 E Mason's Snape, 5y lOst 121b Lawtun 0 Mr A Knoivles's Miss Archer, 4y lOst 121b Knox 0 Winner trained by Hassall. Hednesford. Betting.—9 to 4 agsr Combury, 9 to 2 agst Mapsel. 5 to 1 agst Lord Percy, 7 to 1 agst Snape, and 10 to 1 agrt others. Propeller made the ruuning from Cornbary, Mapsel, and Suape, wMi McMahou II. und Archer next, and Lord Ptrcy last, for half the journey, when Combury assumed the lead and came into the straight in ad- vance oj Napsel and Lord Percy, the latter of whom drew to the front between the last two hurdles, fol- lowed by Napsel. and won by four lengths a bad third. All the rest walked in. 3.30 The N OTTINGH A MSHI UK HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE of £ 400; the second receives i,50 and the third £ 10 out of the plate. Iwo miles. Ortelon 1 ftpecs 2 JNo 3 9 run 4.0—The SELLING N. t IIONAL HUNT FLAT KACE PLATE of £50; the winner to be said for £ 50. Two miies. I ARRIVALS. .nrran, zitnel Roy, Barsae, Bridesmaid, Barbarossa, Brompton, Congress II., Chantry Post, Clonawee, Croaghpatrick, Capricious, College Green, Dargas, Croaghpatrick, Capricious, College Green, Dargas, Clinton Cornbury, Doersiaiker, Expert, Ebor, Electric Spark, Emigration, Fairwiud, Foghorn, Greek Lad, Hawkwood, Hallion, Inslep, Idalm, lvvpie, Kenmare, Keynsham, Little Jack Horner, Lii II., Loka Drosheda, Merry Carlisle, Miss Archer, Napsel, Nassau, No, On'icic, Ortelon, Penn Blossom, Porto, Peter Melville, Queen s Emblem, Surplice, Scarborough, Specs, Snape, Tribune, Unionist, Victor, Whitehead, Will o'the Wisp, Willington, Morgauae, and Holy Bird. Wisp, Willington, Morgauae, a.nd Holy Bird. Latest Arrivals. Furz" Bush, Propeller, Kelham, Moigj,une, Lord Percy, Mediation, SanLucar, Cornbury, Napsel, Phil Brown, Spoonbait.

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