United Press Association —By Electric Telegraph. Ellerslie Racecourse, June 7. The weather is cold and threatening for Hie second day of the A.R.C. Winter meeting, The course is heavy, and the attendance good. Results :-— Orakei Hurdles—Newtown 1, Morehu 2, Tolette 3. Scratched—Lady Hune and Major Won easily by a length. Divs — £20s6dand£l 16s Gd. Welter—St. Harp 1, Pearl Necklet 2, Nervine 3. All started. Won by a neck. Divs-.£4 17s 6d and <£! 6s 6d. GREAT NORTHERN STEEPLECHASE.—Kaitbre ', Haydn 2, Kanaka 3. All started. Kutere was well up throughout the race, and taking charge after jumping the double, was never headed, winning at the finish by three lengths from Haydn, with Kanaka a long way back third. Up-to-Date, Miss King, Nor'-West, Irish, aud Waiterere fell. Defoe and Inniskillen pulled up. Time—B.26. Divs—£3 14s and £2 4s 61. Huudles — Creusofc 1, Waiwera 2, Cavalry 3. Won by two lengths. Divs— M 18s fid. Prince of Wales Handicap—Exmoor 1. Admiral Corveras 2, Eose Madder 3. .Won by two lengths. Divs— .£2 19s 6d and £2 53 6d. Tally-ho Steeplechase—-Nor'-West 3, Dingo 2, Major 3. Won by two lengths Div— £4, 9s, Pony Handicap—Dr Quest 1, Orange and Blue 2, Fashionable 3. Divb— £7 18s and £3 13s.
Eeceived June 8, 10,19 a.m. Sydney, June 8, Machine Gun arrived in good condition
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Sporting., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905
Sporting. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905
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