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-The concluding day's racing of the 'Auckland Trotting Club's Autumn Meeting took Place to-day. The weather was showery, and the coarse somewhat heavx. Tb« attendance wae well np to the average. (Following were toe results:— TBIAK TBOT HANDICAP, <*f 25eovs. One mile. A. Cameron's br g Jungle, by Dbncastec —Viper, 8s (Wilson) V started: Black Temple Tβ, Elk 7s, 2? n g**J*". NoTa ecoa * S"' **• Dove »». Monty Uβ, Mamma 13e, Mikado 13s. When the stand was reached Bell Gray was in the lead, two lengths clear of Jungle. £hich wan followed by Mikado and Corn ell. Going along the back Jungle got on terms with Bell Gray, and the pair cleared out from, the field, turning toe home together. In the run to the post the whips were out on both, u>4 a goeat race home resulted in Jangle winning by a. length. Cora Ben wte bell a furlong ttray third, and Black Temple fourth. >Eune. 2.S 1-5. sell Gcay was favourite. MJEMBBBS' HANDICAP! of fiCEovs. One mile and a half. C. B. Goosman's b «r Bobei, aged. 3s, " by Bothsehild—Unknown (Orange) . .v 1 D.- may's b g Daydawn, aged, 228 (May) 2 C. Clements , b m Huanui, aged "21a (Crotty) ~J.-Z i,.Si Also started: Lady Love 4s, Wild Nell 10b, Harold AbdeHah lie, Huon Leal 13a, Pierotte 15s, Klrlkiriroa 15s, Macquarrie 18e; Cleveland's Pride l»s, Bert 19e. Janitor 2*. Hfta W., 21s 'Miss Tuxie 21s, Kelson 245, Green Lavender 25b. When they had gone two furlongs'Huanol was in front, and passing the stand was four lengths in front of Nelson, and. then came Daydftwn and Miss Tnxie. Going along the back Huanni was still the pilot, Daydawn. being second. Miss. TJuxle third, and Bobex, who bad tnadeup Us ground in great style," fourth. At the home turn Bobex bad caught the leaders, and, drawing out in the run to the P woa a good race by a length and* a-half from Dawdawn. which was three lengths in, front of Hutnul, with Bairn Leal fourth. ETtme, 3.49 1-Sk Kelson was favourite. TWO-MILE EECOHD. Lord Elmo made an attempt on the twomile record, which stands at 4.48, for the puree of lOOsovs presented by the dub. Paced by The Strciler be started off at a great bat, but tired somewhat In the concluding stages, and when he reached, the post wae 4 8-5s outside the record. The times for the various stages' are as follows: —Two furlongs, 31 2-se; four furlongs, 1:7 2-3; *U furlongs, 1.44; one mile, 2.17 2-5? mile and a-quarter, 2.57; mile and a-half, 3.85 8-5; mile and three-quarters, 4.11; two miles, 4.52 8-5. The hone received 'a great reception on pulling up.


Mendlp's name appears in, the nominaQons for the Dominion Handicap: instead of tee Autuma Handicap. ELLERSLH3 TRAINING NOTESr The weather this morning was the best we have had for training operations at lEllerelie for a iweek or more, and some interesting work was witnessed. The grass and sand track 3 were both open, and -the ■work was pretty evenly divided between the two, the Band being the faster gallop. .The tasks registered on the various tracks were as follows:— THE GRASS. "Master Soult was the first ■*> claim attention, the big son of Sonlt striding freely over seven furlongs, "which be covered la 1.83 2-5 front a standing start. Hichaeloff running a. similar journey in 1.33 1-6. EicaHbur sprinted five furlongs, the last four Hating 635. ffltalmangu, which had the assistance of Blue Garment over the Met five furlongs, took 1.38 to cover seven furtongs. Apolllnaris and Santa "Rosa were associated over six furlongs, the former finishing the ibetter of the pair, the Journey taking 130 4-5. Advocate, alone, ran a found in 2.4. T>unborve and 'Epsom (Lass were not asked tf *> their best over a unite, :wfcich was covered In 155, tile pair flnlsfrlTig together. Spate easily held IFreevata at the end of a seven furlong gallop, which took <3uuk tense (atone), wit& a. light weight -up, covering the same ground in L 32 4-5. dyaian and {Hyperion were to have hopped off at the five furlong poet, but both commenced playing <ap. and fiiey -were started at the fop of the hill, Tunning four furlongs in 51 4-os, Hyperion being eased up at Ibe finish. First Mate moved oicely over six fnrlongs In 1.22 1-5. There was nothing to choose between Silent and Tetraiainl at the end of flve furlongs, w.adch occupied 1A Downfall and Merriira sporting * furlong Jess in 62 3-3, the former appearing to most advantage. Auldearn reigstered the fastest gaUop of the morning, running six furlongs In 1.20. Carmania, assisted by Armagh over the last six furlongs, ran a round in 2.2 2-5. Te Aral galloped a mile and a-nalf, the last round taking 2.3 2-5. Mary Ann (alone) spurted four furlongs from a standing start in 52 2-s*. A number of others did useful After breakfast. Sir 'Artegal spurted four furlongs In 58s, AbnweU and Barata doing a similar task In a second lets, the former finishing a. little in front. Manapouri galloped five furlongs In 1.12. THE BAND. C'oromandel was the first to disturb the sand, covering > mile In 1.48. Dogger Bank was under a pull to keep -with Sea. Elf over four, furlongs, run in 525, Scotty running a ronnd in 2.3 2-5. First Gun, Bully, and Gladsmnir were companions over a round, which was covered in 1.58 1-5, the two former finishing together, with Gladsmuir beaten off. First Wairiki appeared to be going better than Lady Doon at the end of a fonr-furlong spurt, run in 52 2-ss, Escamillo running a furlong further in 1.6 4-9, Bimlock beating Maheno over ■ like Journey in 1.5. After breakfast,' Lochboie and -All's Well covered cix furlongs in 1.21, Tamainupo covering a furlong farther in 1.82 2-5. Tattoo and Explosive galloped flve furlongs in 1.8 2-5. the former pleasing most. a. number of others were also exercised. A fair bit of schooling work was witnessed, the first to commence being Noteorinl and Eblis, which did a round of the. burdles, both jumping well. Ben Jonson, Luscombe, and Cuiraguo did a like task, finishing In the order . named, the' trio fencing In good style; Crencot and 'Warden also fenced iwell over a round, but Hinoera,' whki went alone, gave a poor display, stopping altogether at one fence. Mldcyr and the Begel gelding in W. G. Trwin's stable covered a ronnd, jumping well. Lβ Beau was schooled over the pony hurdles. Mozart Jumped the big fences and also several hurdles, fencing cleverly. T. Qulnlivan arrived from the South by the Barawa this morning with Mr. E. Jv Watts' team, Maori King, Moriarty, Aborigine, and Wlmmera. J. George's horses, Paritutu, Waihnku, and Durability, also arrived by the same steamer. The purchase of Master Delavai was completed yesterday, and the son of Seaton Delavai Is to be shipped to Australia on Monday next, en route to India, I

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LATE RACING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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