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RACING NEWS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
■ ■ A-.R.C.' : AtJTUffisr MEBTiNQ, J ' : ' f. Acceptances .'tot n the ■ A.Tc.Cr' Vietec Handicap, Brljlitpn, Hurdle ,Eace, and,. Antnmn Bteeplechaae', -' and' nominations J t tlia whole ;of :the:.uitoor. eyente-lat-itKo. A.B.CJ nutuma meeting, close "xi'ith llr Stience flir" --Absence SWWS Harflaud); a'f'9 o'.clqck evening., ~ ? ........ ~■ ■ t ,-,„. -. I 'The Hon. 3. t>. Ormoiid's horses were vvttidmwujtvoin all engagements at the meeting at 5 p.m. .yeete^4ay. ,'.... AVCKLAiW, TROTTING CLUB'S, . : ~; ...AUTUMN,.MEETINGi :•• ,;• - : ' •?iM, °B? nin ff day's racing in connection m « the AucWan< l Trotting Club's Autumn Meetlng-.takes place at Alexandra ,Park;,tomorrow (Saturday), afternoou. Considerable interest -attaches to the fixture, ■ iif" ■that two 2'r\ k , nowil champions in Lord Elmo and Specialist are to try lor the mile rocora lor a purse «1. lOOsots presented by. the club. The Auckland Trotting Club are, so far, •the only club in !the Dominion that'have— in. order to lurther the intereet of trotting— offered purses for the.breaktug of records, ana, on, the 'present occasiou; theyare : gh'ipg the substantial sum of lOOsovs to any offe S r e if apa J? le of P erf orrolris the feat. This offer has Deen accepted by the owners of t *£, 1 knowa cracks, Specialist and m E i mo ' and tfie "owners' %,t both are ■wFwS* ? f ttelr.horse's.ability to accom?p^ tlle T ta + B , k Set tßem - and lo^er mile tel ir?V *? e e 7. ent of both horses succeed. ing in lowering the time, the one doin s the fastest wIU secure the purse, aiul, if both do equal time, the purse will ba: divided, and the probabilities are that, if the la ß t %^L° n t£ Sh6 ? ld h "PP™. tfe clnb will match the pair. The draw as to who should go first took place at 10.30 a. m to-α-ay, in the presence of. a representative of n Pa ?h er, an f.> resn »«I" J n iord Elmo securing the position, and he will make his ?™S Pt ,?,* K 2 P-™---sharp-■ Speclallsfs attempt will be made at 2.50 p.m. The clnl) are to be commended on their effort to encourage trotting, and the attempts will probably attract a record attendance to Edsom to-morrow, who should witness' some or the finest trotting .ret seen in Auckland .In addition to the star ettractiohs the usual programme of events will be run off, the acceptances for which are esceptlenallv good. The first race Is timed to start at 1 p.m., and a special train service has been a e r ?" sed . for - TUe - following are the acStewards' Handicap, two miles.—Scotia scratch, Princess Ena scratch Waitekanr! 13s Barmeguie 13s, Kohine 14s, Johu Harold 14s, Bogey 16s, All Night 16s Harpld Abdallah 17s, Tableau 17s Huon Leal 18s. Cornwall Handicap, "one "mile.—Specialist scratch, Princess Ena 2s, Robex. 6s Le Rosier Gs, Scotia 6s,' V.S. Bs, Walfekauri 10s, itandereno ' 12s . l's I>au Tracey 13s, Bogey 13s. . . '. Maiden Handicap, one mile and a-half — Kita AY.- scratch, Black Mire 4s Jungle us, Genera) A. 6s, Citizens' League 6s E'aei; Temple'6s, Elk Rs, The Dove' Gs '.Mikadp 12s lnaha 12s, Maramu 13s, Timidity 13s'i Corn Bell 13s, Bell Gray 13s, Elba 13s. - Middle-class 1 Handicap, one mile and ahalf.—Harold Huon 3s, Cleveland's Pride Os, Hunnui lls, Bert lls, Daydawn 12g Wilhelmina 13s. Castaway l'4s, Kelson 145," Lady I'ark 14s, Janitor 18s, Black Temple 13s. Minnie B. 20s, Dan 21s, Major Election 235, Mikado 235. • Hobson Harness Trot, one mile and a-half. —Le Rosier scrn'tch, Barmeguie 7s John Harold 10s, Eierotte. 14s. Count ISs, - Royal Albert 255, Green Lavender 25s Queen Ann&'3os. •' ~ Trotting Handicap two scratch. little P.-iul Ss, Harold Huon 14s, Klrlklrlroa 16s, Bert 225, Rita \V. 24s Lady Park 28s, Castaway 265. Green Lavender 2Ss, Albert Edward 20s, Janitor 32s Major Election 345. Electric Handicap, one mile.—Msp'.ewood scratch. Rosebud 4s, Irish Molly Us, Plorotte Bs, Pukerlmu Bs. Ballot Bs, Koafe - Willces 10s, lago 10s, Mncquarrle lls. Miss Tusie 12s, Colenso 13s. Bert 13s, Royal Victor 17s. .. ■ , • - Autumn Pony Handicap," about four furlongs and n-half.—Mahlnga : 9.7. Mistime 8.10, Frontino B.4..E'.enQre .7.13, Norma 7.7, Matarere 7.5, Quadroon 7.5. Leo Grand I'A, Starling 7.2. Celebrity 7.2,- Haika 7.0, Laure,! Wreath 6.10, Nora Soult 6.10, Cisco Bose 6.10. ' ' ' • ' -■■ (I I The following nominations were received lln connection with the purses for time record breaking:— ■ •' ' : Purse of lOOsovs (for trotting horse putting up the fastest time record for one mile, time limit 2.18): Lord JSlmo: Specialist Purse of lOOsovs (for trotting horse putting up the fastest time record for two miles, time limit 4.43): Lord .Elmo. i ___—^—^— — _ TARANAKI JOCKEY CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAT. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) NEAV PLYMOUTH, Thursday. The weather wns again fine for the second day's racing of the I'aranaki Jockey Club's autumn meeting. The later results were:— ■\Verter Handicap, seven furlongs.,—Wxiihuku and Perolina (dead heat), 1; Sir Artegal, 3. Serntehed: Freevata. Time, 1.301 Kawau Hack Handicap, one mile.—Freel Tata t 1; Research, 2; Astraea, 3. Scratched: • Coronetted, Paul, Shannon Lass. Won by two lengths.. Time, 1.45. , . Farewell Handicap, sis furlongs.— Moriarty, 8.8, 1; Mon Ami, 8.1, 2: Clemora, 7.0, 3. Scratched: Waikaraka, Golden Kagle. Time, 1.15 ?-5. SOUTH CANTERBUE.Y. JOCKEY CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. ' SECOND DAI. i. (By Telegraph.—Press .Association.) TIMiARtr, Thursday. For the secoaa day of the South Canterbury Jockey Club's: autumn meeting there was a good attendance and speculation was more brisk than on the previous dny ! The totalisator handled £3760, making a tocaJ 1 ;, the two ■•days of £9357, as compared with £10,407 last year. The results were — Pareroa Handicap, five furlongs.—llari'ta, 7.9, 1;- Octave, 7:7, 2; San Severo 5.9, 3 Also started: Petrorua, Silkweb Miss Gal Cute. Won easily. Time, 1.2. ' Autumn' Handicap, one raUe ' and aqnarter.—Tremulous, 6.7, lj.Tfkfcere. 9.1, 2; Roscommon, 7.11, 8. A.lso started- Soniaroff and Chiarlnian. Won easily. Time 2.9 4-». Juvenile Handicap, four furlongs St Felix, 7.13. 1; Pedometer. 6.7, 2 These were the only starters. Won easily Time 49 4-ss. , * .. . . Stewards' Welter Handicap,' six furlongs. —Sea King, 10.2, 1; Ard Rel°-h 9 9 •>■ Petrovna, 9.12, S. Also atur.ted- -Zetland' 8.13. Won easily!' Tlmei I.lft Hack Handicap; live furlongs.—British Peer 9.5, 1; Umeraboy, 7.2, 2; Inchbonny, 7.9, 3._ Four others ran. Won easily. Time, 1.2 4-5. , " .. ~ ... . ■ . ; Farewell Handicap, seven furlonjrs Passion, 7.7. 1; Liza, 7.4, 2; White Co'ckado, 8.9, 3. Won by 'ten lengthy. Time, 1.28 1-5. NELSON JOCKEY CLUB'S MEETING. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) KELSON, Thursday. The following acceptances hare'been re-ceH-ed foi- the Nelson Jockey Club's meetNelson Cup one mlle.-Silken Uein 9.8,' Golden Gate 8.8, San Fernando 8.3 Lawn Rose 8.0, Glen 7.4, Goldbird ,6:i2 . Hope Hack Handicap, seven furlongs — Lucretius 9.0, Glentui 8.0, Bracken S.O J*?-.' 8 ' Balm y Breeze 7.7, Pharicemtical 7.0, King Try 0,7, King's Wreath 6.7 Grandstand Handicap, six fui-iougs —San Fernando 8.10." Lothair 8.8, Thyra S 3 Bracken 7.7, Vinco 6.13, ;v G1en Spring 67 Telegraph Handicap, five furlones —Lucretius 5.12. Glen 8.10. Pukaku 7 1'?. Glentui 7.13, Ora-Plnseut 7.7. Balmy Breese 7.U %&2S&&> Bravery 7 - 2 ' " Klns Try gt; Welter Handicap, flye, furlongs.—San Fernando 9.4, Gaelic 8.9, Bracken 8.1, Goldbird 8.0. - '■''' Handicap Trot, one mile and a-half Glen Idol 4s, King Teddy 4s Porirua 12s Oaktree 19s, Companion 245, Maud Allerton 19s, St. Albans 2Ss, Conqueror 28s Chieflius 30s, Forbet 30s, King John 30s. Harry Lauder 30s, Holland 31s, Wangamoa 31s Tokenaroa 345, .Remi 395. ' Handicap Trot, two miles.—King Teddy 10s, Gien.ldp] 10s Porirua 12s Tom-tit 12s Fiery Cross 28s, Stella Leigh 28s Oaktree 30)5, Lumbennanr 3€s, Ding-dong 3os Maud' Allerton 30s, Conqueror 425, Flyinir Dick 435, Chiefling 445. King John' 46s Miss Molly ;465. Primrose .4Ss.'Gu«d 4Si. :.
RACING NEWS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
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