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LATE RACING.

ELLERSLIE TRAINING NOTES. The weather was dull, but no rain fell urn-lug training operations at Ellerslie this ■Ujirniug- The grass u-ack, which was n tr.rle heavy, was open, and practically all the fast work was registered there. ApolUnarls and Santa Rosa were first to comthe pair rumiins sli furlongs iv 1.21 2-5. the latter showing to most advantage. Excillbur did half to three-quarter pace work. Elyslan and Tuku Tuku, from a standing start, ran live furlongs in 1.7. the former having a shade the best of it at the •finish. Walmangu. Epsom Lass, and Dunhorve were associated in a gallop of seven furlongs inn iv 1.35 1-5, finishing in tie ! order named. Coroinandei alone ran a round ,o£ the sand iv 2.S 3-5. Auldearn covered six furlongs on the jrrnss in 1.25.- but "•as only at top over fho middle furlongs ot the distance. Hyperion finished better than Sea E'.f over fo-ir furlongs, run in Six, a distance which Dogger Bank beat llaheno over In exactly similar time. .Vaster Soult alone, from j practically a standing start, moved in great styie over seven furlongs, which he comj«s<ci lv 1.31 2-5. Seotty ran a round in _.:. l-o. Escanililo sprinted five furlongs iv 1.6 I-o, Miss Advance running a furlong less iv oSs. llimlock and I'leiaftes covered fire fnrlpngs, from the mile disc to the mile and a-half. the last four taking 54 4-ss. Silent and ilichaeloff separately did half to threeqvjrter pace work. First Gun, G-ladsmirir, and Bully were companions over a round, which they covered in 1.50, the two former finishing together, with Bully 'half .a dozen lengths away. Gladsmulr appeared to be going tne easiest at Che finish.- Tetrazzini spurted xour fur'.ongs iv 52 Censure beating Turbine over a similar journey, which took a second longer. Carl-vie and Ofcafhan ran a round in 2.liJ. finishing together. Elegance (alone) j sprinted hve furlongs, the las* four taking 54 l-ss. A number of others were also esercised. . Te Aral was sent a rouud of the schooling hurdles, his jumping being patchy ' After breakfast, All's Well'aud Lochbule galloped six furlongs In 1,21 3-5, finishing together. Tamalnupo was going better than Tarlna at the end of live furlongs on the sand, run In 1.6. Carl Rosa dld'three-quar-ter pace work. Mary Ann and Urania spurted half a mile on the grass in 545, finteiing together. L-uscorobe aud Explosive were associated over a round, which took 2.1. the former pleasing most. Manapouri and Maykoil spurted four furlongs In 535, Manapouri holding his companion at the finish. Zinnia and Flying Soult galloped s?ven furlongs, the last six taking 1.38, the pah- being ou terms at the finish. A lot of (others did useful tasks. I'uiragao was given a Jump over the pony hurdles, jumping satisfactorily. F. Davis arrived from the South by the -Rarawa this morning with Mr. T. H. Dowry's horses Downfall, Chanreuse, and Merriwa. which claim engagements at the ■A.R.C. Autumn Meeting." H. Telford arrived by the Main Trunk express on Tuesday evening wich First Mate and-Sir Antrim. SALE OF MASTER DELA.VAL. An Indian buyer has purchased the -weliI known geidlng blaster Dela-val for 7Oogns, I and the son of Seaton Deiaval is to be shipped to iiis new home, via Australia, on iMouda.y next. Master Deiaval .successfully I passed the necessary veterinary examination yesterday, aud the sale .was to be 00mpieted to-day. AUCKLAND TROTTING CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. THIRD DAY'S RACING. I Mr. F. W. Edwards has declared the following handicaps for the third day's facing of the Auckland Trotting Olub'a Autumn I Meeting:— fark Handicap, about 4} furlongs.—Ma-I ; hiuga 0.7, Mistime 8.12, Frontlno 8.3 Quad-1 I roon 8.2, Leo Grand S.O, Elenore "43, NorIma 7.5, Celebrl'cy 7.2, Starling 7.0 Alatarere 6.12, Malka 6.12, Lady Weasel 6.'12, Laurel 1 I Wreath 6.9. Cisco Rose 6.7, Nora Soult 8.7.' I art well Handicap, oue mile.—Maplewuo.l I scr.. Rosebud 2s, V.S. 2s. John Harold 3s, 1 Mandarene 4s, Stranger 63, Irish Molly (ss, ! Ceiar "s, Pukerlmu Bs, Ballot os, Rletotte lus, lago 10s. 0.V.0. l,s,' Rosie V.'ilkes 12*, Lady Park 12s. Cleveland's Pride 1.35, Bert I 13 v Miss T-ux.e Us, colenso lis, ttuanul lia. I Rita W. lis, Royal Victor 14s. Dnydawn 15s, Kaweue 10s, Green Laveuder 17s, Dan 17s. Members' Handicap, one mile and a-half. -j-Le Rosier ser., Robes 3s, Lsdy Love 4s, V»'ild Nell 10s, Olive 10s, Harold Abdallah lis, Huoe Leal 13s, Pierotte 15s, Kirikiriroa I 15s, Macquarrie ISs. Cleveland's Pride 18s, Bert IDs, Janitor 20s, Huapul 21s Rita W. 21s, Miss Tuxie 21s, Daydawn 225, Castaway 2-.:s, Royal Albert 235. Nelsou 245, Green Lavender 25, Inuha 275. Campbell Handicap, 2 miles.—Princess Eaa. Bcratch, Scotia Is, Le -Rosier 4s, Bogey I 13s, Little Paul 15s, Happy lCs. Waitekaurl las, Kohine 17s, Olive '17s, All Night l&s, Tableau 19s, Harold Huon 21s. j Higtv-class Handicap, 1 mile.—Lord Elmo I 1 scratch, Specialist 7s, Princess Ena 3s, Le ' Rosier IBs, Scotia 13s, Robes 14s. .Rosebud 15s, V.S. 15s, Barmeguie 15s, Manderene 17s, Waitekaurl 17s, Autocrat ISs, Bogey 18a, Little Paul 19s. Innovation Handicap, 1J miles.—John 1 Harold scratch. Wild Nell 6s,' Huon Leal ! 9s, Harold Huon 10s, 0.V.0. 12s, Queen Anne 13s, Macquarrie 14s,' Janitor 16s, Colenso 16s. Haldane 18s, Castaway 18s. WII--helmina 18s, "Royal Albert ISs, Albert Edward 21s, Black Temple 225, Minnie B. 245, Dan 255, Mikado 255, Major Election '255. Trial Handicap, 1 mile.—O.Y/O. scratch, Queen Anne Is. Rawene ss. Rlackmlre 6s, Cora Bell 6s, Miss Albert 7s Harry Mace 7s, Black Temple 7s, Elk 7s, Bell Gray Is, \ Greyleg 7s. General A. Bs, Jnngle Be, "Nova Scotia Bs. Bellrfnger 9s. The Ddve Bs. Monty lis, Marama ISs, Elba 13s, -Timidity 13&, I Mikado 13s. MASTERTON RACES. j (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) MASTERTON. this day. The Manawatu Racing Club's autumn meeting was held to-day. The weather was cloudy aud unsettled, and the conrse was heavy. The attendance was only moderate. There was uo . publican's booth on the ground. Results are as follow Had: Hurdles of 70sovs, 1J mile.—WhataoßV, ra 1; Waimarla, 9.4, 2; Erl King, U.fe, 3. Won easily. ■March Handicap of XOOsovs, 6 furlongs.— I SfeM lj Wakaraka, .8.10, .2; .Krufbonnet, 9.0, 3, All started.

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LATE RACING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 78, 1 April 1909

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