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against Elair Athol, eleven to four against General Peel, six to one against The Miner, seven to one against one hundred to six against twenty-five to one against Ely and each; thirty to one against Knight of Snowdon, and fifty to one, each, against Brindisi and Black Rock. Blair Athol, at the half distance, came out, and sst case, won literally in a canter, without ever being punished, by two lengths; a head separated a second and third, and four lengths divided the third and fourth; Ely was fifth, close up; Claremont, sixth; Baragah, seventh; Brindisi, eighth, Knight of Snowdon, ninth; and Black Rock, last. Mr. Bowes's two finished many lengths in the rear of Ely, the last two pulling up, being; beaten a long way. The two most important races in England, every year, for three-year-old colts, are the Derby, at Epsom, in May, and the St Leger, at Doncaster, in September. It requires very fine colts to win these races, as they carry, at this early age, one hundred and tw