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The Daily Telegraph from London, Greater London, England • 12

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12 The Daily Trbyraph Friday July 1X RINSERS AND DRAW Hambro Mr ASCOT STEWARDS: Mr OWNERS CORD SHOULDER RICH PRIZES four-timer closes gap FRESH LEVY AMMUNITION FOR CRITICS Philipps Mr Astor Mr McAlpine and Mr Shelley Racecard number (with jackpot prefix in light figures) is shown on left this season's form figure in black allowances in brackets course winner distance winner BE beaten favourite Draw for places on right Advance official going: GOOD EFFECT OF DRAW High numbers favoured on Round Course No advantage on Straight Course ALL RACES EXCEPT 50 FROM STALLS 230 (Jackpot Prefix 1): CRANBOl RN CHASE STAKES 3-Y-O Value to winner £828 ll4tn (4 declared) 101 021 DEEP SAPPHIRE (D) (Mrs Isclin) Bcd-Kochtort 9-6 A Breasley 4 103 000401 AKCHOOK (Mrs Terry) Jarvis 9-3 Eldin 1 105 0 ST PATRICK BLUE (The Queen) Hern 8-10 Mercer 3 106 0 DEEP DOWN (Col Marsh) Goldsmith 8-10 ales 2 SP FORECAST 5-4 Deep Sapphire 2 St Blue 9-4 Archook 100-7 Deep Down FORM GUIDE Deep Sapphire beat Casa Pupo (level) by 1 2 1 at Beverley July 5 (good) Archook beat Parnournce (rcc 31b) by nk at York July 13 (good) St Blue was out of first 6 to Safety Match (level) at Sandown (lm) April 27 (good) Deep Down was out of first 6 to First Round (rec 31b) at Bath (lm 8y) July 6 (firm) DEEP SAPPHIRE may win from Archook 30 (Prefix 2): GRANVILLE STAKES 2-Y-O colts and geldings £850 5f (5) MOUNT MELODY (Mr VV Engelhard) 202 Houghton 8-4 By HOT SCI SCOT putting up £8000 added money this afternoon has been shabbily rewarded by walkover for the Sunninghill Park declared runners in the other five owners with a and 30 Stakes races Design Staff ALLEN LTD a major Division of Albright Wilson Lid have the following vacancies in their Design and Proiect Office based at Stratford The work is varied and covers all aspects of engineering necessary for the successful design procurement erection and commissioning of Chemical plant and buildings Civil Engineer Candidates should be qualified engineers preferably Corporate Members of either the Civil or Structural Engineering Institution capable oi assuming the responsibility of running a small section Of the Design Department The successful applicant will be engaged in preparing schemes estimates detailed designs and controlling projects from the design stage to completion including negotiations with Local Authorities and Contractors Previous experience in the Chemical or Petroleum Industry would be an advantage Experience of designing and constructing plant buildings foundations structures roads and drainage is essential Mech a icalE I ect rival Engi eer Candidates should be qualified Mechanical andor Electrical Engineers and preferably Corporate Members of the appropriate Engineering Institution They also should be capable of controlling projects from the design stage through to completion Experience in the design and installation of chemical plant andor power lighting and ancillary electrical services is essential Experience in electrical gear associated with process control would be an advantage Mech a ical ngin eer Candidates should preferably be Corporate Members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Considerable experience ir the design of chemical plant is essential and knowledge of plant installation andor project engineering would be a distinct advantage Design Draugh tsm en Candidates should have the minimum qualification of ONC but preference will be given to those holding HN'C HND together with several years' experience in at least one of the following: (a) Building and structural design and detail b) Chemical plant design and detail (c) Chemical plant layout plant and service pipework design and detail (d) Instrument diagrams panel layouts wiring diagrams and instrument installation details The Company offers modern staff conditions together with a generous non-contributory pension scheme and life assurance cover Applications to: The Personnel Manager (JFP) Bush Bnake Allen Limited Carpenters Road Stratford London E15 203 204 205 206 The meeting comes a fortnight later than last year to give more time between races for King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes runners who had taken part in the Eclipse Stakes Irish Derby or Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud Lester Piggott goes on from Ascot to evening fixture Kinsadel second to Lovely Clare Joe Mercer who Inis the mount on Carsinn napped Hotspur for the Hyperion Stakes at Ascot Heath Piggott 4 0 PYTCHLEY PRINCE iMaj Glover) Day 8-9 Rieka by 3 WINDSOR GREY Ld de Walden) A Uaunh 8-4 Eldin 5 PURE COFFEE (Mr Watkins) Miss Wilmot 8-4 Ramshaw 1 MV FELLA (Mrs A llkinson-Lathaml Marks 8-4 Thomas 2 SP TORECAST 7-4 Windsor Grey 9-4 Mount Melody 100-30 Pytchley Prince 9-2 My Fella 10 Pure Coftee FORM GUIDE Pytchley Prince was out of first 6 to Man of Courage (level) at Newmarket I6t) July 9 (good) There is insufficient form to justify a selection 330 (Prefix 3): RED OAKS STAKES 3-Y-O fillies (handicap) £836 lm (7) 302 3104 GREAT OCCASION (CD) (Col Poole) Walwyn 8-6 Keith 2 303 003130 BELINDA JANF ID) (Mr Dodson) Ingham 8-6 Lewis 1 304 0203 VIVARA (Mr A Oldham) Wragg 8-1 Course and Hints Deep Sapphire Best of Day TV (BBC) RACES: 30 330 40 305 at i Salisbury and the luckless i Quill can provide him with successes in the Alice Hawthorn Stakes and Henry Gee Maiden Stakes Bill Watts has won twice with i The Birdman during the last month George Duttield claims his allowance on this five-year-old in the Kirkstone Handicap at Carlisle and The Bird-man may still have something in hand at weights ROYAL PALACE Stud fee is 3000gns The fee for any nominations that may be available to Royal Palace next spring when he takes up stallion duties at the Egerton Stud in Newmarket is 3000gns I reported an incorrect figure yesterday and apologise to his owner Mr Joel for any inconvenience this may have caused Win or lose at Ascot tomorrow last Derby winner will take a fine racing record with him into retirement No English-trained horse has ever earned more in stakes money from his victories 003210 SAGE HOSE (Mr A Evans) Marshall 8-1 001043 ABLRBtMNE (D) (Mr 001043 ABERBEVINE (D) (Mr Mason) Mason This brings it uncomfortably close to Goodwood which opens next Tuesday but there were only 35 runners on the corresponding afternoon in 1967 Only in the case of the Sunninghill Park Stakes from w'hich Parbury and Tubalcain have dropped out to give Crozier a walkover can the changed date be offered as an excuse This two-mile condition race now falls within a six day period that sees the Goodwood Cup Vaux Gold Tankard and the Green-all Whitley Gold Challenge Trophy at Chester also catering for the same type of horse The Sunninghill Park Stakes last year provided a magnificent finish between Wrekin Rambler and Piaco who later finished first and second in the Goodwood Cup Possibly it may have to be reframed for 1969 when there is again only a six-day gap between the two BY A SPFCIAL CORRESPONDENT SANDOWN PARK Thursday IDING four winners here today Ron Hutchinson served clear notice that the jockeys championship is no mere two-horse race between Lester Piggott and Sandy Barclay With a total so far of 63 he is still 10 behind the reigning champion but in his present form that gap might not take long to close Alwavs at his best on a free-running twro-year-old Hutchinson had two such mounts this afternoon Marzal in the Aylesbury and Cuirasse in the Ravnes Park Two-Year-Old Fillies Plate Both as it turned out had plenty to spare but the Australian rode them with the polished confidence of a jockey bang in form He had already won the seller on Eyes Down and went on to complete a double for the trainer Bill Wightman on Kingdom in the Bow Street Handicap IMPRESSIVE FILLY Cuirasse strides away Marzal w-ho cost 2900gns as a yearling landed the odds laid on him with considerable ease but Cuirasse was even more impressive against rather more formidable opposition She had had some trouble getting out of the starting stall at Good-wood but today Hutchinson held her behind Gay Juliet and Sweet Georgian for three furlongs and when he gave rhe signal Cuirasse strode away to win by four lengths A 1300 guinea yearling owned in partnership by Mr Greville Baylis and the Duchess of Norfolk's brother Lord Belper Cuirasse gave John Dunlop his 100th winner since taking out a licence three years ago to train the Arundel horses A performance worth noting in this race was that of Tack a nice Tacitus filly who was having her first run Slowly out of the stalls Tack was tailed off last at halfway but suddenly realised what it was all about and came rocketing through to finish a highly promising third She should be watched with care in the future COEVFR SPEED Nearly hemmed in A stewards' inquiry followed rhe Foxwarren Handicap after the favourite Coevers appeared to use his weight when in danger of being hemmed in behind rhe leaders two furlongs from home Soft Fall moving up outside him at that point was brushed aside and Coevers once clear found a useful burst of speed to beat her decisively Atter seeing the patrol him the stewards left the result unaltered-taking the view no doubt that even if there was some interference it did not affect the result Bred in America Coevers was the only three-year-old in the field today and treated his elders wilh little respect He is a fine big colt and an out-and-out stayer wrho might have to be considered when the Cesarewitch comes round (61b ex) Jesse 7 306 7-12 Hi'i'iinx 6 307 030131 BRIGHT WINDSOR (D) (Mrs Eastwood) Hobson 7-12 (61b ex) A Barclay 5 308 000003 SOTOGRANDE (Mr Baxter) Brnstead 7-2 Hicks (7) 4 SP FORECAST 9-4 Vivara 3 Great Occasion 9-2 Belinda Jane 11-2 Bright Windsor 6 Aberbevine 8 Sage Rose Sotogrande FORM GUIDE Bright Windsor beat Tinsel (gave 31b) by 1'al at Doncaster (7f) July 11 (good to soft) Vivara was beaten 61 when 3rd to Never Red (level) at Kempton (im 3f) July 16 (soft) Great Ottasion was beaten 61 when 4th to Relentless (gave 71b) at Newbury (lm 3f) June 27 (soft) Sotogrande was beaten 41 when 3rd to ingerotortunc (gave 291b) at Kempton (7f) June 1 (good) Belinda Jane was beaten more than 101 when 6th to Supplicant (rec 131b) at Sandown (lm) July 5 (firm) Abc-rbevine was beaten 91 when 3rd to Ancarjen (gave 41b) at Newmarket (lm) July 10 (soft) VIV ARA has Belinda Jane to beat 40 (Prefix 4): HYPERION STAKES 2-Y-O colts and fillies £2562 6f (5) 401 02110 FRENCH TUTOR (Mr 1 Allen) Smyth 8-9 lewis 403 00 SILVER SPRAY (Mr Blackwell) Jarvis 8-9 Taylor 404 OOBMIXCANO (Mrs A Hurlstonc) Todd 8-9 Hutihiiwnn 405 213 CARSINA (Mr Engelhard) Watts 8-6 Mercer 406 HILL RUN (Mr Pope jun) Murless 8-6 A Baritay 3 4 2 5 1 BV OtR COURSE CORRESPONDENT EST bet in a thinly-represented Ascot programme this afternoon should be DEEP SAPPHIRE in the Cranbourn Stakes (230) Scobie Breasley rides the colt who showed the amount of improvement he had made recently when staying on all too well for Casa Pupo over 10 furlongs at Beverley The Queen's colt St Patrick's Blue is expected to improve on the showing he made in the Royal Stakes at Sandown in April and more danger to Deep Sapphire may come from him than from Archook who won in moderate company at York Vivara ran on but could not find anything extra when third to Never Red at Kempton I think she will find Great Occasion too good tor her in the Red Oaks Handicap (330) Carsina third to Grizel in the Queen Mary Stakes at Ascot should run well again in the Hvperion Stakes (40) but may be hard pressed to beat French Tutor Harry Lauder stays and may reward an each-way interest in an open race for the Sandringham Handicap (430) SELECTIONS FORM 230 Deep Sapphire SP FORLCAST 11-10 Carsina 7-4 Hill Run 9-2 French Tutor 11-2 Silver Spray 8 Ballytano FORM GUIDE Carsina was beaten just over 41 when 3rd to Grizel (level) over today's course (5t) June 19 (good) Freni Tutor was beaten more than 81 when 6th to Song (level) over course (5f) June 20 with Silver Spray (level) nk away 7th (good) In previous race French Tutor beat Polly Peck (rec 61b) by 21 at Epsom (5G May 30 (good) Ballytano was beaten nearly 121 when 5th to Ready Wit (gave 51b) at Newbury (7t) July 13 (good) Lrrmh Tutor is danger to CARSINA TODAYS ASCOT HEATH COURSE CORK 230 Deep Sapphire (nap) 330 Great Occasion 40 French Tutor 430 Harry Lauder HOTSPUR Deep Sapphire Mount Melody Vivara Carsina (nap) Slingback 3 0 330 4 0 430 330 Vivara 4 0 Carsina 430 Santawav (nap) HOTSPUR'S Carsina and Slingback MARLBOROUGH Deep Sapphire (230) Vivara nap (330) NEWMARKET Slingback (430) £892 li2m 430 (Prefix 5): SANDRINGHAM STAKES (Handicap) (9) 103310 MATCH1M (D) (Mr Freedman) Walwyn 4 503 General Manager International Marketing £8000-j- This new appointment presents an unusual opportunity for a man to develop a company virtually from scratch yet with the advantages of a foundation of significant sales turnover and the support of the parent resources Our client is a major international group operating in a wide held of consumer orientated products Recent organisational moves have combined several previously separate overseas marketing divisions into one integrated export operation based in London Applications are invited from senior marketing executives who can demonstrate successful experience in controlling marketing operations within both a domestic and international environment It is important that the man selected should be a sound marketing strategist have operated at senior management level and been a major influence in determining company business policies Graduates will be preferred aged about 40 The terms of appointment will be excellent and in keeping with the importance of the post Commencing salary is not likely to be less than £8000 probably much more A car will be provided (Ref: 8096 DT) Replies will he fonearded direct and in confidence to the client unless addressed to our Security onager listing companies to which they may not go They should include comprehensice career details not refer to precious correspondence with A quote the reference on the envelope and be sent to A Advertising Limited 192 Sloane Street London SWi Telephone: 01-235 6060 504 506 507 101023 HELL FOR LEATHER (D) (Mr 508 509 510 513 APPRENTICE HURT John Reed 17 an apprentice attached to Holden's Newmarket stable broke a collarbone when a horse he was exercising yesterday fell Reed will be out of action for a fortnight 514 8-13 Keith 1 G- Starkey 8 5 8-8 layton 6 Bearman) Benstead 4 8-8 Tulk 2 01 1020 SANTAW AY (CD) (Mr Banks) Todd 9 8-4 Callerty (7) 5 000022 CH PEAK (Mr Joel' Waugh 4 8-2 A Barclay 7 204303 SOLOMON (Mr Longrigg) Corbett 5 8-0 Hutchinson 3 02441 HARRY LAUDER (D) (Dr Vittadini) Leader 3 7-10 Robinson 4 031221 PHARAOH HOPIIRA (D) (Mr Sturdy) Sturdy 4 7-7 (71b ex) I) Maitland (3) 9 SP FORECAST 4 Peak 5 Santaway Harry Lauder 6 Slingback 7 Hell for Leather 8 Matchim Solomon 10 Pharaoh Hophra 100-8 Drevno FORM GUIDE Harry Lauder beat Deep Sapphire (level) by 11 at Newmarket June 15 (good) Pharaoh Hophra beat Streak (rec 41b) by 41 at Lingtirld (l'am) July 20 (good) Peak was beaten 51 by Double Quick (gave 31bi at Epsom (l'4ml May 29 (good) Hell lor Leather wav beaten 101 when 3rd to Pertinacity (gave 61b) at Kempton (lm) June 12 (good) Santaway was beaten more than 101 when 5th to Midnight Marauder (gave 171b) at Sandown June 15 (firm) Slingbatk was out of first 6 to Rradfield (rec 151b) over course (2m' June 22 (good) Solomon was beaten 81 when 3rd to Silver Salver (rec 221b) at Windsor (l'ani) July 15 (soft) SANTAWAY is preferred to Peak 50 (Prefix 6): SUNNINGHILL PARK STAKES £1058 2m (one) 602 001110 CROZIER (D) (Mr A Oldrey) Walwyn 5 9-3 Keith CROZII TO WALK OYLR TOTF TREBLE 2nd 4th races (two leqs only) DOUBLE 3rd 5th JACKPOT First live CHESTER CARD AND DRAW On all other counts owners and i trainers must take the blame lor poor turnout There is no runner on the programme formidable enough to justify a general exodus from any race Such lack of enterprise unfortunately gives fresh ammunition to critics of the Levy Board's doubled prize money grant next year A return to the old first forfeit I system about 10 days to a fortnight before the race in addition to the existing declaration and withdrawal stages might help stables not to miss chances of picking up easy money CARSINA NAPPED double hopes Quite apart from walkover backers may not feel specially 1 attracted by the Granville Stakes Only Pytchley Prince of its live probables has run before and he made little show at Newmarket two weeks ago Mount Melody can make this race the first leg of a two-year-old double TOM MASSON CLEARED The Chadwick Stone affair has ended with the Jockey Club stewards accepting the explanations of the running and riding of the horse The stewards met in London yesterday to consider the case referred to them by the Kempton Park stewards and announced: seeing the camera patrol film and having further evidence as to the horse's character not available to the Kempton Park stewards we accept Kirk's riding of the horse in view of explanation that the horse was difficult to train and if shown the whip would not run on" Masson said after the inquiry: In view of further evidence which was not available at Kempton Park a letter from former trainer of the horse Colin Davies my explanation SELECTIONS for Mr Charles Engelhard A Tudor 0f the difficulties I have had with PLANT HIRE MANAGERS HOTSPUR 645 Daba 7 1 0 Goldeneye 7 35 Straw berry Moon 8- 5 Kinsadel 835 Haute Couture 9- Quill EFFECT OF DRAW Eo favoured Advance olliiil going: GOOD 6 45 ATERG TL APPRENTICE STKS (heap) £442 7t 1 1 8y (9) 3 100001 Brindisi (D) Cousins 3 (-13 (71b cx) A Sluikuri 5 6 010400 Rolliu Charlotte (I)) Easterby 4 7-7 8 001200 Pet (D)M BirCh Barnes 5 7-5 3 9 210220 Border Cruise D) Williams 7 7-4 1 Singlewood 6 10 310240 Polylool A Jones 5 7-4 11 020020 Pensoni (D) Crossley 5 7-0 A Gorton 12 00001 4 Gentianella Barnes 4 7-0 Ileyes 17 000000 Royal Barnie Nesbitt 5 6-10 Parr 18 204424 Daba Barratt 4 6-10 Marshall 9-4 Daba 7-2 Polyfool 5 Border Cruise 6 Penonn 8 Brindisi Bollin Charlotte 10 Alan's Pet 100-6 others the horse has been accepted The explanation of Kirk who rode the horse has also been accepted 1 shall carry on as a trainer in the usual The inquiry initiated after Chadwick Stone had finished fourth in the Poplar Stakes at Kempton on July 16 Bristol Melody colt he cost 6800gns in his yearling days Carsina Mr Engelhard's Hyperion Stakes runner is napped to win the feature race She was a creditable third to Grizel in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot last month and should make experience tell against the promising newcomer Hill Run Slingback seemed to find two miles beyond him when hot favourite for the Halifax Handicap last time out He is well worth another chance in the Sandringham Handicap run over possibly his best distance Deep Sapphire is an obvious favourite for the Cranbourne Chase Stakes St Patrick's Blue an attractive colt who ran once before the virus hit Dick Hern's stable may give him most to do Front Nrurnarkrt SLINGBACK IS NAPPED Bn Our RlSlOI NT CORRESPONDENT Favourite in his last two races Slingback has let his supporters down He did not stay two miles when unplaced at Ascot but at Nottingham failed by only a short head to give 301b to Penview In the Sandringham Stakes at Ascot today he will be running over a mile and a half for the first rime since scoring at Leicester and is strongly fancied to return to winning form Unraced as a two-year-old Deep Sapphire was appearing in public for the third time when winning comfortably at Beverley He is now starting to pay dividends for his trainer's patient handling and should again be rewarded in the Cranbourne 'Chase Stakes Noel Murless introduces a promising youngster Hill Run in the Hyperion Stakes This American-bred colt should not have long to wait before gaining his first success but on this occasion is not expected to cope with the more experienced Carsina ASCOT 230 Drip Sapphire 30 Windsor irv 330 Vivara 40 Car-viua 430 Slingback np) CARLISLE: 90 The Birdman CHESTER 7 35 Idle Dreams 835 Haute Couture COURSE SPECIALISTS ASCOT Course Winners 330 dm): Great Occasion (lm) 4 30 (Dim): Santaway (Dim) Jockeys (since Vlarch 1963) Piggott 70 Hutchinson 36 Breasley 33 Mercer 32 Lewis 23 Lindley 20 Cook 15 Williamson 15 Clayton 11 Durr 11 Taylor 9 Thomas 9 Barclay 9 Trainers Murless 31 In Ireland 30 Houghton 15 Sir Jarvis 14 Hern 13 Todd 12 I Balding 11 Wragg 11 Armstrong 10 Van Cutem 10 Ingham 9 Sir Richards 9 Smyth 9 Watts 9 Harry Vivara Wragg and Ron Hutchinson trainer and jockey of Hotspur selection for the Red Oaks Stakes (330) at Ascot Heath today As part of the continued growth plan of our already established Mechanical Plant Division we wish to make two key appointments at our new depots in Birmingham and Bristol The successful candidates are likely to be in the age range 3045 and must be experienced in the Hire and Sale of Plant including Compressors Hoists Mixers Pumps Dumpers etc They should also have planning and administrative ability They will be responsible for the profitable operation of the depots in all aspects including the promotion of new business The importance of these positions is underlined bv the attractive starting salaries A car will be provided together with good general conditions of employment Please apply giving details of age education career to date to CARDIN Al PUT STKS 2-Y-O £509 6t (9) 321 Klipdas (D) Hall 9-3 AN Carson 4 321 Kompa Rohan 9-0 Oldrod (3) 7 0300 Sundicos Crossley 8-12 710 1 4 5 6 CARLISLE RUNNERS RIDERS SELECTIONS FORM RACING RESILTS CATTERHK BRIDGE Good) YESTERDAY SANDOWN PARK (Going Good) McMecking Personnel Manager Scaffolding (CB) Limited Willow Lane Mitcham Surrey 3 110300 Moudy Boyd 4 8-9 Stirk 5 4 41040 Skeenos Sawyer 4 8-7 Klatkshaw 2 5 301001 Cyclops (Cl)) Boyd 5 8 6 Me Intosh 4 6 000423 Miss Pinza Beasle 3 8-3 Seagrave 1 7 002103 Low living D) Calvert 5 8-2 Johnson 10 8 004223 Lord Ted D) I Jordon 4 8-0 Skilling 11 9 333200 Indian Order (CD) Whiteman 6 7-13 6 10 000021 Miss orchin (CD) Mi Hall 4 7-11 Smie 8 1 1 320032 Harmony Bov Hartigan 6 7-9 Hetherington 9 12 333122 Glentrool (D) (BF) Peacock 7 7-6 Benth 7 13 000300 Ca Doyie 5 7-2 Parkes 13 15 000042 High Water D) Poston 7 7-0 lee 3 Indian Order non-runner states trainer 7-2 Miss Pinza 4 Miss Scorch in 5 Glentrool Cyclops 6 Ca 8 Lord Ted Low Flying 100-8 others 835 NEW LANDS 3-Y-O £345 61 (14) 2 404041 Naughty Sailer Stamper 8-7 (71b ex) ADDITIONAL FIXTURE Market Rasen has been granted an additional National Hunt fixture on Saturday December 7 and Monday December 9 which replaces the recently-cancelled Southwell fixture scheduled for these dates Houghton Piggott 004 Cloudy Boy Barnes 8-12 Ecc lesion 5) 9 8 43 Goldrnrye Elscy 8-9 Hide 1 10 0 Megaera Rohan 8-9 Kromtlnw 8 0 Bffxlon Lasterby 8-9 Brown 13 02 Paddy's Amour Cousins 8-9 Cadwaladr 6 7-4 Klipdas 3 Goldeneye 5 Rninpa Armour 8 Elder Sundicos 100-8 others 735: RED DEER STKS 3-Y-O £606 5f (9) 1 231000 Idle Dreams (CD) Davey 9-1 Durr 9 2 001023 Coffee House Houghton 8-9 Piggott 3 3 204310 little Poacher (CD) Mason 8-8 I Brown 5 5 320022 Strawberry Moon (D) iBF) Hartigan 8-3 Hide 4 6 000040 El Estoque (D) A Pitt 8-2 Still (5) 2 9 000011 Henllaii (D) Hide 7-13 Carbon 1 10 140303 Our Audrey (D) Cousins 7-12 Ect lesion (5) 7 12 034000 Villiney Maid Crossley 7-4 Coates (5) 6 14 040000 Stormy Gal Nesbitt 7-0 8 11-4 Coffee House 4 Strawberry Moon 5 I ittle Poacher 6 Idle Dreams Henallan 7 Our Audrey 10 El Estoque 100-6 others 85 ALICE HAWTHORN STKS 2-Y-O £479 5t (7) HOTSPUR 6 4 5 eet Aston 7 1 0 Bonkers 7 40 Pi kering 8 5 Miss Pina 835 El Vitie 9 0 The Birdman Advance official going: GOOD to FIRM EFFECT OF DRAW High numbers favoured 645 HONISTER SIRS 3-Y-O £258 lm (10 1 200212 Sweet ton I) Yeoman 8-9 Larkin 2 2 000021 Klondvke Pearl D) Mu Ilia 11 8-9 Seagrave 3 3 00 Bah helor VV Lasterby 8-7 Et'nerinqton 8 5 004400 II Only 1 Jordon 8-7 Skilling 4 7 0 Monoliglit A Stephenson 8-7 Kelsey 9 8 000031 Threshing Cousin" 8-12 (51b ex) Russell 10 9 000000 Red How A Vasey 8-7 Mills (7) 1 12 033000 I eila Margaret Poston 8-4 Richard Hutthinson (7) 7 13 0 Wish cymes 8-4 Hetherington 6 14 330204 una Gold Wharton 8-4 RotMon 5 13-8 Klondvke Pearl 2 Sweet Aston 4 Threshing 6 Luna Gold 10 Batchelor 100-8 others POLO HARRISON CUP 1st Rd (Windsor): Chrquers Manor 11 Windsor 2 The Albany (rec 8 New Farm 5 2nd ltd (Cowdray PKJ: Maidensyrove 6 Pimms (rec S1? HOLDEN WHITE CLP 2nd ltd (Cowdray Pk): Los Locos (rc l1) 71 Radiation 4 Co-ofdinaiion and Planning Assistant (Economics and Statistics) An Assistant is required in the Co-ordination and Planning Department of The Gas Council He will be responsible to the Assistant Director of Co-ordination and Planning and will be required to undertake urgent research projects of short duration and to prepare reports on them Research will be concerned mainly with the investment planning and capital development programmes of the Gas Industry Applicants should be at least 24 years of age and possess a university degree in economics and statistics Experience of post-graduate research and a knowledge of operational research methods are essential Salary offered will be commensurate with age and experience Burn (7) (L 2-Y-O £345 710 4 6 3 002043 Ness lane Lasterby 8-4 Etherington 1 1 7 0010 Amother River D) (BF) VV A Stephenson 8-1 Kelsey 8 9 002010 Jemake CD Denys Smith 7-11 McCaskill 5) 1 11 100000 Blossom Deane VV Wharton 7-11 Kohson 6 14 010403 Willshow Carr 7-7 Bentley 2 15 000441 I uc ia Santa (D) VV Easterby 7-7 (71b ex Duttield (5) 12 16 020002 El Vitie Weymes 7-6 Johnson 18 300300 Brave Agg A Vasey 7-4 Lee 19 230420 lob Jug 1 Molony 7-4 Hood (5) 22 000000 Bramble Poston 7-2 23 000002 Lucky Rambler Biackshaw 7-0 25 000002 Hookita Ormston 7-0 Parkes 13 26 000040 Joliver Boyd 7-0 Me Ininsh 7 11-4 Brave Aggy 4 Blosvpni Dearie 5 Lucia Santa lb Jug 6 Ness Lane 8 LI Vitie 10 Another River 100-7 others 2 Tulsia 9-2 Blue Rush 10 Mton Rose 100-6 Application forms can be obtained from: The Appointments and Establishments Officer The Gas Council 59 Bryanston Street London 1 Quoting ret: CP76 Closing date for applications is 1 6th August 1 968 GAS COUNCIL 230 APPRENTICE £342 FRIAR TUCK ch Welsh Abbot Migrancy (Mr Davis) 4 8-2 VV Lord 100-30 1 PERSIAN SATELLITE ch Bleep-Bleep Persian Princess 11 (Mr Rohan) 4 7-13 Leason 3-1 2 LEGACY ro or gr Jet Miss Sleep (Mr Morrcy) 7 7-1 Harris 20-1 3 Also: 7-2 Naymag (4th) 8 Bcckside 10 Tuanwun 100-8 Little But Royal Avon Springs 100-7 Correction 25 Cambuslang Savitar 11 ran 31 11 lm 28 2-5s (G W'allace Kettering) Tote: Win 12 6 places 54 610 118 30 I EYBI RN STKS 2-Y-O £251 5f MAING Nl WeKh NbbnT Brown Jet (Mr McGarry) 8-11 Lynch 11-101 1 Tl KSY hi or br Pindari Sprack (Mr Gledhill) 8-11 idwaladr 10-1 1 SQUEAKER br Dear Gazelle Musical (Mr Venn) 8-11 Temple-Nidd 4-1 3 Also 6 Cat Mouse 10 Tin Pan (4th) 20 Lucky Club Star Prospect 7 ran s4l sh-hd 64 3-5s A Deni Kirton Lindsey nr Gainsborough) Tote: Win 6 10 places 5 10 24 8 Dual forecast 85 No bid for winner 330 BROUGH £327 lm 3f 40y BOUTON GIRL ch Blue Lightning Heckley Gem (Mr Batty) 4 7-10 Johnson 4-1 1 SH ADA WALK ch Gratitude Sun Lane (Mrs Lambton) 3 7-10 Robinson 5-1 2 STOLEN KISS br Lord of Verona Carnival Gem (Mr Brook) 6 7-9 Hetherington 9-4E 3 Also: 9-2 Feelixkirk (4th) 6 Bright Counsel 100-8 Wee Geordie 33 Pyrola Sylvan Prince 8 ran 31 21 2m 27 4-5s iM Lasterby Flaxton) Tote: Win 17 6 places 510 6 4 48 Dual forecast 3710 40 TUNSTALL STKS 2-Y-O £344 7f BACKING BRITAIN Hard Ridden Bonny Bustier (Mrs Gilbert) 9-7 Starkey 4-6F 1 PRIVY STAR br Privy Councillor Wagon Star (Mr Bargh) 9-0 1 Brown 100-7 JOHN A LI1IA WHITE Above Suspicion Ebnal (Mr Black-fcaw) 9-4 Biackshaw 7-2 3 Also: 8 Kcllac (4th) 100-9 Passion Fruit 25 Burn Closes Aunty Pop 100 Tiger Girl 8 ran 11 Im 30 2-5s (A Goodwill Newmarket) lote Win 7 places 46 72 4 10 Dual Forecast 3410 Clarke weighed out to ride Tiger Girl but the horse was withdrawn under orders after unseating rider at the start 430 COIBORN 3-Y-O £345 lm 5f 180y BOl FLUSH ch Cash and Courage Flummling (Lord Grimthorpe) 8-12 David Morris 7-2 1 ARCTIC LODGE br Articeelagh Terry Pat (Mr 1 Binks) 8-6 Coates 3-1 2 SIOUX CHIEF ch Rae Royal Souelah (Mr A Turner) 8-7 Hetherington 9-2 3 Also: 7 Frecloud (4th) 8 Rising W'ater 10 Penfort 100-8 Modesty Blaise 100-7 Tambounum 33 Moss Grove Shah of Pinorla 10 ran 341 71 3m 3 2-5s (H Rohan Malton) Tote: Win 19 10 places 78 64 72 50 GROVE STKS £361 l'2m 40y P1LUCCA ch Tyrone Ostrya (Lord dc Walden) 3 8-4 Eldin 13-8F 1 TEE JAAS ch High Perch Blazing Comet (Mr Wellshury) 3 8-7 letherby 7-1 2 DIN ON I PI Prince Scottish Faith Mr Venn) 7 9-7 Temple-Nidd 100-7 3 Also: 11-4 Soltair 6 Ardear 100-8 Lad Settler 4th) 50 French Horn Plain Archie Avonduet Atlas Ranqe 10 ran Nk 1S1 2m 45 4-5s (J A Waugh Ncnn market) Tote: Win 7 10 places 4 10 7 8 8 rOTE DOUBLE: Bolton Girl and Bold £14 5 (69 tickets) TREBLE: lying Nun Backing Britain and Pilucc £1 17- (291 tickets) 230 PETTICOAT LANE H'CAP £345 lm EYES DOWN March Past Coin Valley (Mrs 1 Ramus) 10 8-3 Hutchinson 100-7 1 MASTER PETER ch Macheno Sctello (Mrs Hide) 8 8-7 Jesse 6-12 TINDER BOX Firestreak Whim-brel (Mr Capon) 4 6-13 Still 2-1 3 Also: 4 Monarchist 8 Billy Larkin (4th 10 Prince Sovereign The Swan Checker 100-6 Michel Andrew 20 Susanella Indetatigable 33 Scrubber Adrians Bench Black Arrow Green Marshes Gal 15 ran 22l sh hd lm 45 3-5s (VV Wightman Upham) lote: Win 48 places 15- 114 8 4 Winner bought in 820gns 30 AYLESBURY PTE 2-Y-O £414 5f MARZAL ch Matador Hades (Mr 1) d' Ambrumenil) 9-0 Hutchinson 8-1 IF 1 GALANTEADOK or br Calivanter Lupina (Mr Lsclusa) 9-0 Mercer 20-1 2 PAl I AS GREEN ch Pall Mall Capriccioll (Mrs Longton) 9-0 Lewis 9-2 3 Also: 5 Ha 10 Granados (4th) 100-6 Fire Chiet 6 ran 31 21 64s W'ragg Newmarket) Tote: Win 510 places 44 20 Forecast 362 330: EOXW ARREN H'CAP £788 2m COEYERS Nantallah Bowmans Belle (Mr Benjamin) 3 7-13 Thomas 11-81 1 SOFT FALL Chamossaire Better (Mr Joel) 4 7-11 A Barclay 5-1 2 BRADF1ELD or br Happy Knight Arcornut (Mr Todd) 7 8-9 Cafterty 4-1 3 Also- 6 Alphonse Golden Scythe (4thJ 20 Ulster Prince 66 Byng 7 ran 11 61 3m 48 3-5s (G Barling Newmarket) Tote: Win 8 places 5 6 9 4 Dual forecast 21 6 Atter a Inquiry result stands 40 RAINES PARK TVV O-A R-OI LILLIE STKS £407 5f CUIR SSE Troop Gold 1 ury (Mr Spencer White) 8-9 Hutchinson 9-4JE 1 SWIM GEORGIA Bleep-Bleep Up and Coming (Mr A Elton) 8-9 A Breasley 10-1 2 TA( Tacitus Agitation (Mr I) Violins) 8-9 Mercer 100-9 3 Also 9-4JF Balandra Star 4 Round the Twist (4th) 10 Innovation 100-8 (av Juliet 7 ran 41 41 lm 3 4-5s ij Dunlop Arundel) Tote: Win 10 8 places 72 12- Dual forecast 53- 4 30 BOW STREET 3-Y-O £443 7f KINGDOM gr Tudor Jinks Dompas (Mr VV Gibson) 7-11 Hutchinson 8-1 1 KOI GE RON ALE hidalgo Indian Melody (Mr Henchley) 7-11 A Barclay 6-1 2 COUNTRY RETREAT br Pardao Stype (Mr Clore) 8-6 Durr 8-1 3 Also: 5-2F Thereby 9-2 Royal Settee 4th 5 Sidibabu 10 Tijuana Brass 100-6 Rhetoric 33 Lady Stone 9 ran Nk 41 1m 31s (W Wightman Upham) Tote: Win 5010 places 15 2 7- 14 6 Dual forecast 54- 5 0 HEATH ROW DN PTE 3-Y-O £414 WOOOl VXDS BOY ch Exploita tion Talk Down (Mrs Barnes) 8-11 Piggntt 5-1 1 OITAMBA ch Tambourine II Dinant (Mr A Blackwell) 9-0 Taylor 11-4F 2 SIDE BA SIDE Nantallah Miss Twin Lane (Mr van Clief) 8-11 Keith 100-7 3 Also: 3 Miss Hongkong (4th 6 Worthington 8 Assignation 20 Tartaric Gaitim 8 ran 1 D1 2m 15 l-5s (T Gosling Epsom) lote: Win 13 2: places 56 5- 11 4 Dual forecast 1610 IOTF DOUBLE: Coevers and King dom £24 1 72 TREBLE: Marzal Cuirassf and Woodlands Boy lu 1 (168 tickets) 5-4 Kinsadel 7 Red Sally others 835 GRENADIER STKS £594 l'lin 53y (6) 3 34110 Maiello D) Nelson 4 330000 Hang 4 5 004041 I ord 3 8-13 9 210022 Haute Walker 11 00 Little 12 430003 Rose ERNEST BARRY DIES AT 86 The Incomparable Ernest Barry the greatest professional sculler the world has ever seen has died at the age of 86 He was five times professional world champion resigning in 1920 and six times English champion He was also until 1952 a King's Barge-master Professional sculling is now a thing of the past but it drew an enormous following at the turn of the century and it is claimed that some of Barry's championship races wpre watched by up to 150000 spectators His career started with victory Doggett's Coat and Badge in 1903 and five years later he took the British championship from George Towns who had already won four world titles in a record time tor the Putney-Vlortlake course which stands to this day CHAMPION BEATEN £2000 raised Three years on he beat Dick Arnst of New Zealand for the world title which he defended four times The Australian Felton beat him 1919 but a public subscription of £2000 was raised to send him to Parramatta for the return which he won Barry later coached most successfully in Denmark and Germany and it is a tragedy his services were never employed in this country He lived with his two daughters one a polio victim at Twickenham and to support her had sold all but two of his trophies It is singularly appropriate that he will be buried today at Mortlake the finishing post for so many of his famous victories DESMOND HILL Other obituaries P18 90 KIRKSTONE £330 5f (7) 2 430000 Night Patrol D) Robson 4 9-3 Ball 3 4 100401 The Pack Horse D) Biackshaw 5 8-12 ex) 2 7 000000 iand Avenue iDl Poston 6 8-9 Seagrave 1 8 021301 Dashing Dane (CD) I Hartigan 4 8-7 (71b ex) I aggotter 4 10 000211 The Birdman D) Watts 5 7-11 Duttield (5) 6 13 000004 Marteous Evans 4 7-7 Johnson 5 14 030344 Summer Pride 1J) A Barclay 6 7-7 Heinpton (7) 7 7-4 The Birdman 5-2 Summer Pride 3 Dashing Dane 4 The Pack Horse 10 others TOTE TREBLE 2nd 4th 6th races DOUBLE: 3rd 5th RY NOSE PT 6f (17) Sea Gem Hall 8-10 I ark in 00 Barlaston Green A Vasey 8-10 Lee 7 04220 Muzbut Lasterby 8-10 nnnorton 9 00 Gallice VV Wharton 8-10 Robson 11 42333 longtield Road Denys Smith 8-10 Etherington 14 02 Debacle Ormston 8-10 Russell 16 15 004344 Fawdon lord VV Richards 8-10 Johnson 17 Ben Drum Stamper 8-10 Balding (5) 10 0003 Three Bov" Boyd 8-10 Stirk 13 4 Escapader Robson 8-7 Armstrong 14 00 Linton Star VV Lasterby 8-7 Skilling 4400 Panorama Girl Sawyer 8-7 Stansfield Betto Hall 8-7 A Tippling (7) 00 Vonanna VV A Stephenson 8-7 Kelsey 02 Bonkers Beasley 8-7 Seagrave Talgon Drnvs Smith MrCaskill (5) 12 32 Angrv Etta Weymes 8-7 Hetherington 11 9-4 Angry Etta 100-30 Debacle 4 Mazbut 5 Longfield Road 6 Fawdon Lord 8 Bonkers 100-8 others 740 WH1NLATTFR PTE 3-Y-O £345 (15) 1 330303 Pickering Elsey 8-12 Greenaway 8 2 00 No Kidding Stamper 8-1 Goodw 1 4 00 Bridge ol Bn well VV A Stephenson 8-12 Kelsey 14 6 004022 lochar Moss Hudson 8-12 onnorton 5 7 Itasco Robson 8-12 Noble (7) 4 9 Arn Gill A Stephenson 8-12 A 7) 15 10 04 Snickle Weymes 8-12 Hetherington 11 11 0000 Dreadnought 8-12 Ball 3 12 00 Deene Park Yeoman 8-9 lark in 13 13 00400 Willow 1 Tordon 8-9 Skilling 7 15 032420 Suzina Wilkin" 8-9 Bentley 9 16 400000 Bramble Poston 8-0 Richard Hutchinson (7) 12 17 403004 Javatina Eastrrbv 8-9 Etherinqton 6 18 Persian Coach Den" Smith 8-9 Seagrave 2 21 000003 Caec ilia harton 8-9 kelleher (5) 10 2 Suzina 3 Pickering 4 Snickle 5 Caecilia Javatina 100-8 others 85: HARD KNOTT £350 l'2m (13) 2 004000 Psidiana (D) Robson 4 8-0 12 74 Hang On Majcllo 6 Lord Tim 8 Rose Rag Little Titan 95: HENRY GEE MDN STKS £477 l4m lOy (8) 1 002000 Golden Blue Crossley 9-0 5 2 0 Ranger Peacock 9-0 Brown 8 3 004334 Pirate Cloud Sturdy 9-0 Durr 6 4 000034 Tudor Traveller Cousins 9-0 Cadwaladr 7 5 000222 Quill Walwyn 8-11 Piggott 1 6 000232 Shrove Tuesda Weeden 8-11 Carson 4 7 02030 Angel Child (BF) Elsev 8-11 Hide 2 8 Zintec Hollinshead 8-11 Letherby 3 Evens Quill 100-30 Shrove Tuesday 11-2 Angel Child 6 Pirate Cloud 7 Golden Blue 100-8 others TOTE TREBLE 2nd 4th 6th rates DOl Bl 3rd A 5th SOUTH-EASTERN REGIONAL HOSPITAL BOARD SCOTLAND Appointment of ASSISTANT NURSING OFFICER for Hospital Planning Applications are invited from Registered Nurses for a post of Assistant Nursing Officer on the Headquarters Staff of the Board The duties of the post will be concerned with the nursing aspects of the planning of new hospitals and hospital units included in the major hospitals budding programme in the Region The person appointed will be a member of the Regional Nursing staff and will be seconded full time to the Planning Division The post offers an opportunity ro a registered nurse with appropriate experience to spend a period of his or her career in contributing directly to this important work The salary scale is £1508 47(2) 46(11 47(1) 52(1) £1747 and the post is superannuable and subject to the Nurses and Midwives Whitley Council Conditions of Service Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary II Drumsheugh Gardens Edinburgh 5 to whom applications with the names and addresses of three referees should be sent by 10th August 1968 COURSE SPECIALISTS CARLISLE Course Winners 85 Cyclops Indian Order (l'4m) Miss I jB) 8 35 6t Jemake 6t) 90 (5f): Dashing Dane (5f) Jockey (since March 1963) 1 Hide 19 Brown 17 Robson 17 Siine 13 Robinson 10 Hetherington 9 Seagrave 9 Russell 8 Greenaway 7 Etherington 6 Larkin 5 Rawlinson 5 Trainers Hall 14 Easterby 12 Elsey 12 Boyd 10 Lambton 8 Hartigan 7 ns Smith 7 Cousins 6 VV lasterby 6 A Stephenson 6 Biackshaw 5 Calvert 5 Gifford 5 Ormston 5 Peacock 5 COURSE SPECIALISTS CHESTER Course Winners 735 5f Idle Dream 5t Litt Poacher 5tc Joke- mce March 1963) Piggott 22 Maddock 16 Vlercer 13 Cook 10 Hide 9 Bart lay 8 Durr 7 Hutchinson 5 Taylor 5 Lewis 5 Brown 4 Lindh 4 Rickaby 4 Seagrave 4 Smith 4 Williamson 4 Trainers Murless 22 Rohan 19 Sir Jarvis 12 Nan Cutsem 11 Houghton 10 In Ireland 9 Hern 8 Cousins 7 Ele 7 Tree 5 Wragg 5 Wharton 5 STATE OF GOING Advance official going for meetings Ascot Heath Chester Waiwitk good Ripon good to.

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