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SPORTING

... half miles. Mr. H. Beasley's Blackberry, by Boulevard- Paradise, 4, 10 0 (owner) ?? ?? I Major Kirkwood's Bockingham, 6, 10 9 iT. Kava- nagh) ?? 0 Captain E. F. Lloyd's His Lordship, 4, 10 0 (E; ?? 0 Betting-7 to 2 on Blackberry, 5 to i bar 1 - His Lordship ...

SPORTING

... Cnp-La Countess or The Dame. , Prince of Wales's Stakes-Roman Oak. I Maiden Plate-Golden Luck or War Trail. Drogheda Stakes-Blackberry. * Downshire Plate-Lough Kent. o Irish M~ilitary Iltrters'-Quickstep or ERambler. . I KILDARE AND NATIONAL HUNT (PUNCEBSTOWN) ...

SPORTING

... six and aged 1 1st 71b ; maiden five year olds allowed ?Ib, six 121b, aged 181b. Two miles and a quarter. ?? Beasley's Blackberry, 4 ?? Beasley's Wizard, 4 Mr Blake's Driftwood, by Satyr, dam by Outcast- (Benmore's dam), 4 Mr Blake's Buff ll., 5 Mr J ...

SPORTING

... stand was reached Whiteheart was sucoceded by Blackberry, and then came Ardearn, Gondolier, and Lovely Anne, with Golden Link next, and Buff If. last. Half a',mile further Whiteheart dropped back, and -Blackberry was pursued by Ardoarn and Golden Link, and ...

SPORTING

... Mauricette. 2, 7 (Allsop) ?? 3 Also ran-Blackberry, Grove Hill. Bettipg-6 to 4 on Ben Strome, 4 to 1 aget Col- larette, 5 to I agst Grove Hill, 10 to 1 agst Black- berry. Collarette jumped off in front of Blackberry and Ben Strome, with Grove Hill wide on ...

SPORTING

... 2 Mr. Constable's Blackberry, 6, 7 2 (F. Osberne) 3 Also ran- Tommy Tittlemouse, Prospective, Bulmer. Betting-2 to 1 each aget Star Trap and Tommy Tittlernouse. 7 to 1 agst Prospective, 8 to I aget Balmer, IO to 1 each agst Blackberry and Florence St. ...

SPORTING

... Singer's Tenlby, a, 11 10 (Capt. El Owen)_ 1 a Mr. Gubbins's Lord of the Glen, 6, 11 10 (T. n Fitton). ?? 2 Mr. F3yrefield's Blackberry, 4,10 5 (1. Beasley) 3 Also ran-Bagman, Airdoarn, Hollington, Billee e Taylor, Macpherson, The Midshiprmite. P (Winner trained ...

SPORTING

... Lord Ellesrmere's Sonerton, 6, 7 10 (G. Barrett) 2 Mr. Hudson's Blackberry, 3, 6 3 (. hLoates).. S Betting-11 to 10 on Somrerton; 11 to S agst Titterstone, 100 to 8 agst Blackberry. Blackberry made the running for half the journey, when Sornerton went to ...

SPORTING

... Osborne's Burnaby. 8 9 (1. ?? t C Mr. Lee's Moonraker, 8 I (Platt) ?? j Also ?? of Waltham, Cleopatra, Misery, ( Marion Hood, Blackberry, and Stately. Betting-6 to 4 agst MIistrust. 5 to 2 agst Finale, j 6 to 1 agst Burnaby, 8 to 1 agst Misery, 20 to 1 each ...

SPORTING

... 12 0 Mr Gore's Greek Girl, a, 11 ii Majsr Kirkwcood's Ardcarn, S ?? jackson's Warren Hastings,a all 7Captain Dewharst'a Blackberry, 5 it 7Major Fisher's Eccentric, a 11 4Mr Donovani's Flint, a ill 11 Mr Doadassz Lady Eelen, 6 10 12 Mr -Bull's Me rcury ...

SPORTING

... 10Ib {Calder) ?? ?? .. .. 2 Lord Mngford's Mohawk, 4 yrs, 7et 121b (G. Berrett) .. .. .. .. 3 r Also ?? Wolsey, W'hite; Blackberry, I Dun n. a I tetting-2 to I each aest Mohawk and Upset, I l to 1 agst Cardinal Wolsev, 5 to 1 agst Totten- ham, 10 to I ...

SPORTING

... an easy winner by six lengths. The HU-ST STEEPLECHASE. Roman Bee (Lord Willoughby) ?? ?? I Despair (J. Holnanl ?? ?? ?? Blackberry (Eon. E. Willoughby) ?? ?? ?? 3 Also ran-Ploughlad, W. Daniels, Ensign. &. Gillett; Cannock Chase, bir. Yates; St. Domingo ...