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GORE R.C.'S AUTUMN MEETING.

I GORE, April 2. The Gore Racing Club's autumn meeting opened to-day. Rain fell during the morning, but the weather cleared before the racing commenced. Total isator investments amounted to £11.328 10s for seven races, as against £13,178 10s for eight races last year. Results: — Otaraia Hack Welter.—Martifors 1, Thistlecrown 2, Glenshirie 3. Won by a length. Time, lmin 30sec. Riversdale Trot, of 200 soys; two miles —Lucky Prince 1, Newcourt 2, ■j Queen's Lane 3. Won by two lengths. Time. 4min 58sec. Gore Cup, of 500 soys; one mile and ;i-quarter—Eleus 1, Thaddeus 2, Royal Star 3. Won by a length. Time, 2min 9sec. Lonaford Hack Handicap, of 120 flfvys; six furlongs—Admiral Talbot 1, Sleepy Head 2, Marching Order 3. Won by a short neck. Time, lmin 16 2-ssec. •■'.'• I Summer Handicap, of 200 soys; six I'furlongs—Kilbrogan 1, Redshire; 2, [Glensponse 3. Won by a length. Time, lmin 15 4-ssec. ■ Welcome Steeplechase, of 150 soys; about two miles and a-half —Glenthorpe 1. Zarkoma, 2, Palladio 3. Won by three lengths. Time, smin 16 2-ssec. Croydcin Handicap, of 175 soys; one mile —High water 1, Marianne 2, Red Tane 3. Won by three lengths. Time, lmin 44sec. ; • .

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GORE R.C.'S AUTUMN MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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GORE R.C.'S AUTUMN MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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