I TARANAKI RACES. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) NEW PLYMOUTH, this day. The weather was again fine for the second days raciug of the Taranaki J.C. autumn meeting. Results:— Hack Hurdles.—Speciosa, 11.1, 1, Waimaria. 9.2. 2; Rookby, 11.3. 3. All started. Won by two lengths. Time, 2.4S 4-5. Grandstand Handicap of lOOsovs, Aye furlongs.—Kareroa, 5.13 1; Cyrene. 7.10, 2; St. Maria, 7.5, 3. Ail started. Won comfortably. Time, 1.2 4-5. Wharepapa Hack of 65sovs. six furlongs. —Burton, 8.1, 1; Shannon Lass, 7.9, 2; •Clemency, 7.0, 3. Scratched: Cleniora. Wou by half n length. Time, 1.16 1-5. Paul Memorial Stakes of 200sovs, 1 mile and a distance.—Whetumarama, 7.8, 1; Golden Eagle, 7.6, 2; Chanteuse. 7.7. 3. All started. The winner led all the way, and won by two lengths. Time. 1.57 1-5. SOUTH CANTERBURY RACES. TIMARU, this day. The South Canterbury Jockey Club's autumn meeting was continued to-day In fine weather. Results:— Temukn Handicap.—Federal and Montreal, a dead heat. 1; British Peer 3. Won by six lengths. Time. 1.14 4-5. Seadown Welter.—Chief Lochlel 1, Lupu--1 lite 2, Ecarte 3. Won by half a length Time. L 43.
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LATE RACING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909
LATE RACING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909
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