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LATE RACING.

TA'KAXAKI J.C. RACES, (fey .avieeraph.—Press Association.) NEW TLYiMOTTH, this day. The Taranaki Jockey Clu.b's Autumn Meeting was commenced to-day in fine weather, there being a large attendance. The course is in excellent order. ResulU:— Kawaroa Hack Hurdles, of 6Osov, 1J mile. —Speoiosa, 10.0, 1; Whimper, 10.1. 2; W-al-'iuarla, 9.0, 3. Scratched, llopkby.. Won by two lengths. . Time, 2.48. Stewards' Handicap of lOOsovs. five furlougs.—Kereroa, 8.2, 1; St. Maria. 6.12, 2; Mod Ami, B.T 3. Scrntctied i Overtime Won comfortably. ' Time. 1.2 l-o. Pubaka Hack Handicap o£ Wsovs. six furlongs.—Clemora, 7.13. 1; Burton, 7.10, 2; Shannon Lass, 7i. 3. Scratched: Retort Won by half a length. Time, 1.10. TIMARTJ RACES. ■-'■■■■ (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) TIMARU, this day. The South.. Canterbury Racing Club's autumn meetiup begun to-day in fine weather. There was a large attendance. Results are as follow:— Rosewill Handicap.—Ecarte 1. Montreal 2, British Peer 3. Won by half a head. Time, 1.15. ENGLISH 'RACING. THE HXCOLXSHIRE HA.XDICAP. 7 (By Cable.—Press Association.— Copyrlgnt-) (Received 11.43 a.m.) LONDON, March 23. ■The first big race of the English flat racing season, the Lincolnshire 11-and-ioap, of loOOsovs—the straight mile —run to-day, resulted :— ' Mr. A. C. iM-andaras' b h Duke of 'Sparta, 6yrs. by Eager—Simple Avon, 6.11 1 Mr. Sol Joel's h'h Arranmorc, 4yrs, by SuceoEh or Enthusiast—Court Card, 7.6 2 Mr. F. C. Stems' eh h Longcroft, 6vrs, by ti-alloplng Lad—Bauble, 7.0 3

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LATE RACING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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