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SPORTING ITEMS. I Kettel Hall has left Newmarket for Belgium. Mr Calvert evidently meant to bring off another of his popular victories with Clwyd. Lesterlin crossed the St. George's Channel yesterday, it having been decided to run bimllor1, the Stewards' Cap. L Cannon, F. Rickaby, and H. Jones each rode two winners at Liverpool yesterday. The scratching of Persimmon for the Goodwood Cup confirms the report after the Eclipse Stakes that the Prince of Wales's good horse is to have a I rest until the autumu. The Marquis of Zetland will sell without reserve bis entire stud of brood mares and horses in training at the Second October Meeting, Newmarket, and the yearlings at Doncaster. The bookmakers must have done well from first to last over the Liverpool Cup, beginning with the scratching of the eariy favourite, Bradwar- dine, and ending with the victory of a complete outsider, Omladina's weight in the Stewards' Cup is a a mere nothing for a filly of the class to which she once belonged, and if she faile to make a big bid for victory the sooner she is turned out of training the better. If we could shut our eyes to his two races this year, Brigg is the best handicapped horse in the Stewards' Cup, but ho seems to Iiaro wintered very badly, and may not regain his form yet awhile, if he ever does at all. The value of the principal events at Gatwick has been reduced, which is a most injudicious step, considering the frantic competition which now prevails. The Crabbet Stakes, for two year olds, has been cut down from LI,000 to 2300. ElIoa, the own sister to Ladas, who ran Cyllene to a head at Sandown Park last Saturday, will start for the Prince of Wales's Sweepstakes of £ 3,000 at Goodwood next Thursday, but she will huve 5lb the worst of the weights with Champ de Mars. On form it appeared good business to lay odds on Devon for the Mersey Stakes yesterday, but backers were once more at fault, as; after waiting to the distance, Cannon shot out Morning Dew and floored the odds in ruthless fashion. For the Chesterfield Cup at Goodwood Bray- head has incurred a 101b penalty, raising his impost to 6t 121b, with which be seems to have a great chance of completing for Mr Jersey a double which in 1889 Veracity scored for Lord Lagb, and the following year Father Confeseor won for the late Mr Abington Baird. The entries for the Derby and Oaks of 1899 are published in the current issue of the Calendar, The Derby has closed with 275 subscribers, and the Oaks with 227. Ttit value of the Derby Stakes is L- 6,000, and of the Oaks £ 4,500 and the subscription to each race is 50 sovs., half forfeit, or 5 sovs. only if declared by the first Tuesday in January, 1898. Velasquez will not start ngain until the St. Leger, and, after Doncaster, it is improbable that he will run agaiu as a three year old, for Chelandry will represent Lord Ro-ebery in the Jockey Oltib Stakes of £ 10.000. V»'ifqaez has incurred the extreme penally of 12111. for this race, whereas Chelandry's penalty of 9!b. is reduced to 3'b. by a breeding allowance. The filly will undergo a speoial preparation for the Jockey Club Stakes.

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