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GORE RACING CLUB.

GORE, April 4

The "Gore Racing Club concluded its autumn meeting in fine weather. There .was a large attendance. Totalisator investments amounted to £12,696 10s for seven events, and the total for the meeting was £24,025, against £13,178 10s for a one-day meeting last. year. Results:—•■

Grandstand Hack Handicap, of 120 sows ; seven furlongs—Thistlecrown 1, Martifors 2, Metle Drift 3. Time— lmin. 30 l-ssec.

Progressive Trot Handicap, of 150 soys; one mile and a-half—Embracer 1, Lenamohr 2, Flower o' Turi 3. Won by three-quarters of a length. Time, 3min. 37sec.

Racing Club Handicap, of 300 soys; one mile and a distance—Marianne 1, Highjvater 2, Royal Star 3. Won by a neck. Time, lmin. 56 4-ssec

Hokomii Hack Handicap, of 110 soys; six furlongs—KilTiney 1, Marching Order 2, Cattacli 3. Won. by a head. Time, lmin 17sec. President's Handicap, of 150 soys; six furlongs.—lledshire 1, Kilbrogan 2, Sleepy Head 3. Won by three lengths. Time* lmin. 14 3-ssec.

Suburban Steeplechase, of 120 soys; two miles—Palladio 1, Peary 2. Only two horses finished. Won by twenty lengths. Time, smin. 32. 2-ssec. Borough Handicap, of 150 soys; one mile—Burrangong 1, Caverock 2, Hot Air 3. Won by a nose. Time, lmin. 42sec.

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GORE RACING CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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GORE RACING CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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