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LATE RACING.

OHIKEMTJRI JOCKET CLUBS "MEETING. -

(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.)

PAEROA, tills day. The Ohiiiemuri Jockey Club's annual' race meeting opened to-day. The weather is showery, but there is a fair attendance Results are as follows:—

Shorts Handicaps of SOsovs, four furlongs. —Lady French, 7.8 (Deeley). 1; Almwell, 1.8 (Keenau)-, .2. All started. Won by a lenfeth.

Handicap Hurdles of 40sovs, two miles.— "2SM 1 "* 1 CMoKlnnou), 9.8. l:.Jlozart (Selby) 10.13,-2. Also started;. Bonny Roy (Jones).' Bonny Roy fell,' Netherton Welter of 30sov3.—Newtown, 8.9 (Greenwood), 1; Waiotahi, 8.12 (Brown), 2. Also started:, Leonette, Taraha and Aureole;. Won by a length. • .'* ■ NAPIER PARK RACBS. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) GREENMEADOWS, this day.

Dull weather prevailed on the opening, day of the Napier Park Racing Club's autumn meeting to-day. The attendance was large. The going was soft. Results are as follow:— « - • ■ •

Omaranul Hack Hurdles of SOsovs, 1% iulle.—Hlpporofla, 12.0, . 1; ■■Commander, 11.0, 2; ■• Waikareao, 0.0, 3. -Scratched: Don Carlos and Eldorado., A splendid race. Won by a neck. Time, 3.23 3-5. Esk Hack Handicap of SOsovs, five furlongs.—lnez. 7.10, 1; Miscast, 8.6, 2; Pear Reef, 7.7, 3. Scratched: VI, Andrew Mack, Continuance, Ora Flnsent. Won all the way by two lengths. Time, 1.4 1-5.

Napier Cup..—Woodhey, 7.1, 1; SandStream, 7.9, 2; Chaiiteuse, 7.6, 3. Scratched: Moral. Won without an effort by ten lengths. Time, 2.12 4-5.

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LATE RACING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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