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* Smallhopes came in first, but was disqualified, his owner having omitted to make stakes.
+ After a dead heat with Rowton.
T. Smith 0 TUESDAY, Feb. 3.- Trial Slakes of 1101.; I mi.
Chaffinch, 3 yrs, 5st illb
. Ducker High Sheriff, by Red Deer, 3 yrs,
Emily, 4 yrs, 7st +1b
Basham 0 6st 101h
7 to 4 agst Miss Fanny, 5 to 2 agst Edward of Hungerfurd, 4 vrs, 8st 121b
Batham ? York, 4 to lagst Ernily, and 5 to 1 ayat Challinch. Brawn, 3 yrs, 6st 71b
E.Harris 3 won by four or five lengibs. The owner of Edward Maid of Lincoln. 3 yrs, 6st 7lb Aspinall 4 York pro ested against the race being given to Dame Dividend, 3 yrs, 6st ulb
Ducker 0 Poetess, 3 yrs. 6xt ulb
Tatuie, urging that it was a false start, and that the T. Smith 0
starter had it lorse in the race. The stewards delanthe, 4 yrs, 8st tlb
Yales o cided that they should riin over again, and another Lady Aynes, 3 vrs, 6st 121b J. Osborne, jun. O heat was run by Dame Tuttle (ridien by Watson),
7 to 4 agat Lady Agnes, 3 to lagst High Sheriff, Volanie, ar.d Edward of York; the latter, who was 310 1 ngsi Ianthe, and 7 to lagst Hungerfora. Won backed at evens, winning easily by four lengths, by two lengths, the same between second and third, Dime Tuttle second. Edward of York, entered for and half a length between third and fourth; Poetess 502., was put up by auction and bought in for gol. a bud finth. I min. 9 sec.
The owner of Dame Tattle having given notice to Free Handicap Hurdle Stake of 1201.; 2 mi. 4 fur. the stewards not to pay the stakes to any one but Bedford, hy Brother to Riddlesworth,
himself, they referred the case to the Stewards of the 5 yrs, 10lb 131b
- A. Taylor Jockey Club. Bulliinch, 5 yrs. Ilst
Olliver 2 View Halloo, 6 yrs, 10st 6lb
Frisby 3 Melford, aged, list 11b
LIVERPOOL SPRING. Gaylad, 6 yrs, 9st 5lb W. H, Lamplugh 5
WEDNESDAY, March 3.--Trial Stakes of 651.; Even on View Halloo, 3 to I agst Melloru, 3 to 1
I mi. 2 fur. ngst Bullfinch, and 10 to 1 agst Ked:ord. Won by Sir Charles Napier, by Picaroon, two lengths; the saine between second and third.
3 yrs, 6st +1b
E. Harrison 1
Carrollo The General, aged, 12st 6lb. (incl. 6lb
Lenny Whent, 3 yrs, 6st 4lb
Aldorort 0 extra) Olliver 2 Allan a-dale, 3 yrs. 6st 41b
D. Doule 0 Loddington, 5 yrs, 11st 7lb
Mr Beville 3 2 to 1 agst Sir Charles Napier, 5 to 2 agst Lady Secret, 4 yrs. 10st 121b
Mr J. H. Peart 4 Agnes, and 4 to ! agst Royal George. Won by a G. by Gregson, 5 yrs, ilst 71b C. Ledger 0 length. 2 min. 22 sec. Snipe, nged, 12st
Mr Goodman 0 Shepherless, aged, 12st
Scramble Handicap of 441. ; 4 fur. Deceiver, 6 yrs, 12st • Mr. W. J. Simpson och. c. by General Poliock --Joe RaAdvance, 5 yrs, 11st 71b
Mr Green 0 phael's d., 3 yrs, 6st (car. 6st 4lb) D. Doyle 1 B. m. by Emilius, aged, 12st 3lb (incl.
B.'f, by Harkaway-Zelingra, 3 yrs, 3lb over) Quick fallo
Mahon 2 2 to 1 agst The General, 4 to 1 each agst Lod. Lady Jersey, 6 yrs, 8st lolb
- Liveseyo dington and Secret, and 6 to 1 agst The Reiver, Won Forest Deer, 4 yrs, 8st 31b
W. Sharpe o bv a length ; Loddington a bad third. The Reiver Tor, 4 yrs, 3st 31b
C. Sharpe 0 was objected 10 before starting is being thorough Lady Ágnes, 3 yrs, 7st 10lb
Metcalie0 bred, and the General as having won a hurdle race !- merystone, 3 yrs, 7st 6ib
Arnoldo of 5) sovs.
The objections were referred to the Br f. 'hy H. Platoff, d. by Jereed, 3 yrs, Stewards of the Jockey Club.
Wells 0 WEDNESDAY.-The Two Year old Stakes of 951.; and 5 to 1 agst Lady Agnes. Won by three parts
5 to 2 agst Forest Deer, 5 to 1 agst Lady Jersey, Straight run in. Broughton, by lago, 8st 7ib
of a length; F. Dcer a bad third, 'Lady Agnes
fourth. 55 sec. Anteverta, 8st 4lb
Arnold 2 Polly, 8st 416
Liverpool Spring Cup (handicap) of 310l. ; Little Swifi. 8st 71h (carried 8st 111b) J. Smith 0
I mi. 6 fur. B f. by Orlando-Game Lass, 8st 41b Deaman 0
Banshee, by Ugly Buck, 3 yrs, 5st Tilb Wells 1 Ace of Trumps, by lago. 8st 7lb G. Oates Abbess of Jerveaux, 5 yrs, 7st lllb
Chariton 2 Ace of Truinps, by Assault, 8st 716 Bumby Snowdrop, 3 yrs, 6st 115
Carroll 3 Ch. 1. by Epirus-Hurton Yates's dam,
Hungerford, 4 yrs, 8st 5lb
Basham 0 8 st 416 . G. Simpson. Kilquade, + yrs, 7st 13.b
Arnold 0 5 to 2 agat Broughton, 4 to 1 each agst sister to Meliord, aged. 7st lllb
Thick 0 Lizzy and Epirus filly. Won by a length ; 'Wo Ischia, 4 yr-, 7st 7lb
Crouch 0 lengths between the second and third ; Game Lass True girl, 4 yrs, 7st Ilb
W. Sharpe fille a bad fourth. 49 sec. Broughton, who was Don Carlos, 3 yrs, 6st 31b
E. Harrison 0 objected to after the race, on the ground of an
3 to 1 agst Hungerford, 7 to 2 agst Abbess of Jer. insufficient nomination, was declared by the Stew. veaux, 6 io I ench ngst Ischia and Truegirl, and 19 ards to have been properly named.
to I each agst Banshee and Rilquade. Won by a Handicap Sweepstakes of 1811.; I mi. length and a half; the saine between second and View Halloo, by Tally.ho, 6 yrs,
third ; Ischia a bad fourth. 3 inin. 14 sec. 6st 101b
Basham 2 Optional Selling Slakes of 501 ; I mi.
Carroll 6.10 i aust ilungerford, and 7 to 4 agst View Emerystone, 3 yrs, 6st 71b
Aldcroft 2 Halloo. Won by two lengths; Lady Agnes a bad | Br. 1. by it. Platoff, d. by Jereed, 3 yrs, third. 1 min, 59 sec.
Wells 3 Selling Slakes of 501.; I mi.
Toy, + yrs, 7st 71b
W. Sharpe Dame Tattle, by Ithuriel, 8 yrs, 5st 111b Aspinalli
Won by half a nesk. The winner, entered to be Volantę, 3 yrs, 6st 4b
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