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Page 365 of Some celebrated racehorses of the past centuries : with their respective pedigrees and performances recorded in full (vol. 3) / by Thomas Henry Taunton.

BRIG ATINEE. 365 ch. f. Dryad by Cape Flyaway, 7st 9lbs (Covey), by two lengths, Mr. Wool- cote's b. c. Conrad by Buccaneer, 6st 7lbs, third, and eighteen others; 4 to X against Dryad, i against Brigantine, and lo to X against Conrad (Hammond). I869. At Newmarket (First Spring), Sst iolbs each (Cannon), ran third in the iooo Guineas (Z3750), won by the Duke of Beaufort's ch. f. Scottish Queen by Blair Athol (Fordham), beating Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Morna by Beadsman (Wells), by half a length, Mr. Bowes' b. f. Toison-d'Or by Buccaneer, third, Mr. Crawfurd's b. f. Heather Bell by Stockwell, Sir F. Johnstone's b. f. Carita by Adventurer, Mr. Launde's ch. f. Minaret by Rataplan, Mr. H. Padwick's b. f. Music by Stockwell, and Mr. Merry's ch. f. Crocus by Thormanby; ioo to 6o against Morna, 2 to X against Heather Bell, 7 to I against Brigantine, and io to l against Scottish Queen. They all got away at the first attempt, to a good start, Carita (Parry), to serve Brigantine, cutting out the work at a good rate of speed, on the left, and slightly in advance of Brigantine. In the centre was Morna (Adams), and on th, right was Heather Bell (Chaloner), fourth, while Crocus (Daley), Toison-d'Or (T. French), Minaret (Osborne), and Music (Kenyon), followed almost in a line. At the end of a quarter of a mile Carita retired, leaving Brigantine with the lead, Morna being second, close up, and Heather Bell third, a length in advance of Scottish Queen, who had come up from the rearmost. At the T. Y. C. post, Cannon was forced to call on Brigantine, who did not respond, and was instantly passed by Morna, while The Queen drew level with Heather Bell, who compounded in the dip, and dropped back. The Queen was now second, and remained so till within two hundred yards from home, when she headed Morna, and, being full of running, maintained her advantage to the end, Morna beating Brigantine by a neck only, who was four lengths in front of Heather Bell, fourth, Toison-d'Or being a bad fifth, and Crocus, a long way off, sixth. At Epsom (Cannon), won the Oaks, of ,64550, beating Morna (winner, in i868, of the Champagne, of 1425, at Doncaster, and in i869 of the Nassau Stakes, of ioso, at Goodwood), (Adams), by two lengths, Sir R. Bulkeley's b. f. Martinique (winner, this year, of the

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