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RACING NEWS

AUCKLAND RACING CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING.

The opening day's racing In connection with the Auckland tt.C. Autumn Meeting takes place at Ellerslie ou Saturday nest, the" lOth lust. With a large number of visiting horses engaged and on hand to fulfil engagements the gathering promises to be a record one. The principal events, the Northern Champagne Stakes aud A.R.C. Easter Handicap, have attracted splendid acceptances, as have the various minor events, and practically the only requisite to ensure success is flue weather. It is doubtful if Ellerslie was ever looking better than at present, and, apart from the racing, visitors can spend their spnre time enjoyabiy iii inspecting the large array of flower beds. : The acceptances for tie various events are as follows:—

THE NORTHERN CHAMPAGNE STAKES of 550sovs. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Mr. E. W. Alison's b f Elegance, by Seaton Delavai—Antelope Mr F. W. Arnold's b c Excallbur, by Eton— Tournament Mr. S. Bradley's b c First Wairiki, by Wairiki —Leo Delavai Sir. J. L. Carl's eh t Rosellke, by Multiform—Soolt Rose Mr. R. L. Cleland's br c Etonian, by Eton —Senga Trustees Mrs. A. M. Coombe's br c Elysian, by Soult—Dreamland Mr. J. J. Craig's b f Sea Elf, by Seaton Delavai—St. Evelyn Messrs. Dawson and -Waller's br f Fighting Fish, by Soult—Caller Ou Mr T. H. Lotvry's br c Meriwa, by Merrlwee—Lady Helen Mr B. Millett's b c Hyperion, by Soult—

Thea Mr. J. Monk's br c Masterful, by Stepslak— Miss Dalrymple Mr. H. R. Mackenzie's b c Royal Scotland, by Seaton Delaval—Lady Hester Mr. D. McLcod's br f Kakama, by Soult— Winsome Mr F. E. Ross' br g Fleet Arrow, by Eton —Rapid Mr F. E. Ross' br t Snlnte, by Soult—Lady Musket Mr H. Sydney's br c Tuku Tuku, by XII cberan — Spun Gold Mr. E. 3. Watt's br c Maori King, by Merriwee—lndian Queen

ELLERSLIE TRAINING NOTES. | The weather was fine for training opera-1 tion s at Ellerslie this morning, and there! was a fair attendance of touts to witness the final gallops. The course proper outside the trestles (which were a good way out) was open, and all the fast tasks were registered there. Sea Elf and Dogger Bank were first out, the pair spurting four furlongs in 52 2-5, the latter pleasing most. Hyperion (aloue) took 1-3 of a second longer to cover the same journey. Maheno easily beat Rluilock over six furlongs, run in 1.19 2-5, Blue Garment and Leo Grand riinuing a furlong less in 1.10, the former having most to say at the finish. Scotty (alone) rau a round in 2.8 1-5. Chanteuse was not asked to do her best to cover seven furlongs in 1.38 3-5, a distance which Duuborve beat Epsom Lass over in 1.35 2-5. Wlmmera appeared to be going easier than Tarina at the finish of five furlongs, run .in 1.8, Delegate easily holding Sedition at the end of a furlong further in 1.22 2-5. Apollinatis (aloue) sprinted five furlongs in 1.8 2-5.

Santa Rosa finished better than Wnimaugn over seven run in 1.34. Necktie (alone! covered six furlongs in 1.21 1-5. Master Soult and Sir Antrim gave First Gun a break of a dozen lengths at tbe start of six furlougs, Master Soult catching him at the finish, and running the journey in 1.19, finishing strongly. Sir Antrim Was beaten off, taking 1.22 1-5 for the distance. Masterful was apparently

going easier-than Lady Medallist" at the cud of a four-fnrlong spurt, run ln .")3s, First Wairlkl having tbe best of Lady Doon over a similar jbiiruej, which took 2s longer. Downfall and Moral were associated over seven furlongs, the former beating bis companion by a dozen lengths, covering the journey In 1.34. Al Red nud Aborigine running a similar distance of ground ln 1.32 3-5, both ridden out. with All Red going the stronger at the business end. Miss Advance and Caron weie on terms at the end of a four-furloug spurt, run in 535, Escamlllo, assisted by Etouln over tlw last four, running six furlongs in 1.25 l-o. First Mate (alone) galloped six furlongs, the last five taking 1.11. Gludsmuir covered a mile and a-quarter by herself, running the last mile in 1.52.

Spate, Mlchaeloff and Freevnta were companions over six furlongs, the former a break at the start, the order at the finish being Michaeloff, Spate, Freerata, and the time lm. 20 3-."isec. TVtilpu and Bullworth covered a strong mile, the last seven furlongs taking lm. 40 l-ssec. -Six furlongs was the task apportioned Moriarty and Maori King, which they traversed in lm. 211-asec.. tbe former pleasing, most. Tuku Tuku, which got a slight advantage at the start, beat Merriwa and Elysian over Aye furlongs, run In 1.7. Elysian being three lengths behind the other pair. Car mania was half-a-dozen lengths ln front of Okaihnu at the end nf a round, which occupied 2.0. Bully had Auldearn well beaten witnii they reached the end of seven furlongs in 1.35. Impulsive and Jena, from a standing start, spurted four furlongs in 53 3-ssec. Hie former which began the quickest havlng the advntnatao throughout. Capitol alone jumped the big fences in the centre nf the course, fencing well. A large number of others also exercised.

After breakfast. Golden Eagle sprinted five furlongs In I.S 1-5. liet Volt spurted a couple of. furlongs in 37 3-ss. Matorere galloped six furlongs In 1.25. Dardamis easily b"-at Explosive over a similar journey in 1.20 3-5. while Tamainupo And? a hack of Lady Frances In a like task, which occupied 1.28. Kokama spurted three furlongs in 40 .-"-"is, Mary Ann takfmr 42s for the same distance. Noteorinl. assisted by a staMe companion over Hie last four ran seven furlongs in 1.37 2-5. Urania liav'lne a couple of lengths' arlvantaire of Pukenui over a furlong less In 1.22 1-5. Ben Joiison was going easier than latscom'he at the end of a round, run ln 2.7. Three lengths separated Zinnia from Plying Soult at the ted of tlx furlongs, run iv 1.24. Waihuku,

I alone, ran on a furlong further in 1 5t <t«"-' r All's Well aud Loehbuie -fluiahed on tcrriw ' ' at the cud of a four furlong spurt, run m ~A 2-.">s, Maykoff, from n standing start, running the same journey iv the same timet 'Te Aral, Eblis, and Reservoir finished- in' -'-■& that order .at the end uf a round of th»--'"'' ; ' ■hurdles, the trio fencing well. ParftWtJJJßj alone, did a similar journey, jumping tka "•< first two fences very slowly, Jl m t after-' -■'- wards warmed up, and fenced considerably - better over the remainder. Wellcast, Mid. " "'-" cyr, and the Kegel gelding also did a round, WaS, finishing in the order named, all jumping- *. well. Wal'hnku did a like task. Heather A ' : and 'Hiuuera, after jumping the ponjt.'..'-' hurdles, jumped a couple of the bigger ones, - the former giving the better display. vjfiß

Yesterday afternoon Irish and Okaihan ' jumped the big fences In the centre of th«. '. ' course. Irish jumped well, but Okaihau" '."-.'■- ran about a lot, and swerved after jumplnj--'S : 'v the water, and took on the second fence of ijP-f. the double. v§s

.Monsieur Soult yas withdrawn from tht;: : .-'-ii: Northern 'Champagne -Stakes at noon !•»'HE day. • sills A/FONDA-DE J.C. AUTUMN MEETING,. 7J"K Nominations for the minor events at fijiapß Avondale J.C. Autumn Meeting close wltgSfll the secretary, Mr. 11. .H. Hayr, to-night »t ; i&j nine o'clock. -./. '•/.'■ TAKAPUNA JOCKEY CLUB. - ' : A meeting of the Takapnna Jockey CluS-'" was held last evening. Mr. R. WynyarS-'.'■:■ was appointed to frame the handicaps for '-""' the club's winter meeting, and -Mr. ArSaH •Selby was appointed clerk of the course/--' * vice Mr. Wells, resigned. The Taurlkl Case.—lt was decided to coth- •'-': tinue the inquiry into the Tauriki case oj»' : ;■ Wednesday next, when a decision will ptoi'*..' hably -be arrived at. -*7:'';-''. NEW ZEALAND TROTTING ASSOCU. 777" TION. ■[ i ~ (By Telegraph.—Press Association.! .; : -.-;-.'- CHRISTCHURCH. Wednesday. V* At a meeting of the New Zealand Trotting --.-'- -" Association this afternoon the committee l -" "■' (the president and Mr. Duncan) appointed -v at a previous meeting to deal with the pro-■''- - posal that a conference of the goveraiai '■■"J .'• bodies in New Zenlaud, New- South Wales, 7-"."'■ and Victoria be held in Melbourne to sider the adoption of a uniform standard' ■■"/'■ for Australasia, submitted their report. Th« ■'■.-'*'■; committee expressed itself strongly against- V ' : the proposal to loosen the exist!ag standards ■'■." for trotters and pacers, adopted by.- thu.%'■-■: National Trotting Association of America.-- : . ■' The report was adopted, and the left to the committee to enter into eoi>"~7--> respondence with the authorities in .Neiv-->';£v South Wales and Victoria. It was resolved:-*-7

"That with a view ,fo carrying out th» .. resolution passed on November 4, 1908, re.-.- ,' gardlng the -adoption of a standard. for .'7 trotters and pacers, 'the Association froitfV;V August 1. IOGCr shall compile a standard '- list of all horses winning or giving piibS'J; § trials in the following times:—Trotters,, 2rij ■'-■ 30s: pacers, 2.25. Further, that a co'inmit- ..'-' 'tee be appointed to frame by-laws for tiii regulation of performances for standard ' ■; certificates and records." - ■>>'{

'AUSTRALIAN RACING. (Received 10.41 a.m.) SYDNEY; this day. - Chamades was struck out of the Donl caster Handicap last night.

TRADESMEN'S HANDICAP of 200sovs. One mile and a-quarter. st. lb. st. lb. Carl Rosa 8 3 Necktie (includScottv 8 0 ing jib penalAdvocate 7 13 ty) 7 2 Bully 7 11 AzofC 6 12 Chanteuse ... 7 9 ("armania 6 12 Delegate 7 4 Gladsmulr ... 6 11 First Gun 7 3 Freevata 6 11 Dunborve 7 2 Lyeia 6 10

BRIGHTON HURDLE RACE of 200sovs. Two miles. st. lb. st. lb. Paritutu 11 9 Reservoir 10 o Hnut apu 10 13 Te Aral 9 9 Waipu 10 12 Luscombe .... 9 7 Cuiiagno 10 10 Okaihau » 3 Nestator 10 8 Creiisot 9 2 Ben, Jonson .. 10 8 Mozart .... — 9 1

EASTER HANDICAP of 650sovs. One mile. St. lb. St. 11). Moral 9 5 Bully 7 6 Master Soult 9 3 Sedition 7 4 Downfall .... 8 10 Santa Eosa ..7 3 Aborigine 7 i3 Sir Antrim .. 7 0 Tamainupo .. 7 12 Golden Eagle 7 0 Ngapuka 7 12 Delegate 6 13 Walmangu .. 7 11 Dunborve 6 12 Wauehope ... 7 8 Coromandel .. 6 7 Devouport ... 7 8

EDEN HANDICAP, of lSOsovs. Seven furlongs, st lb st lb Locubuhle ... 8 7 Dardanus .... 7 0 Ngapuka 8 5 Inglis 7 0 Miss Winnie .82 St. Tui 7 3 Manapourl ... 7 10 Maheno 7 3 Tul Cakobau . 7 0 First Mate ... 7 2 Santa Rosa ..7 9 Waihuka .... 7 2 Auldearn .... 7 7

VICTORIA HANDICAP, of loOsovs. Five furlongs, st lb st lb Hyperion ....'-S-Sj 6 12 Elegance 8 0 Impulsive .... 6 10 Tetrazzlnl ... 7 7 Lady Doon ... 6 10 Fleet Arrow .73 Mary Ann 6 10

NELSON HANDICAP, of lOOsovs. Seven furlongs, st I'J st lb Rarata 8 11 Mistime 7 13 Escamillo 8 5 Zinnia 7 13 Wimmera .... 8 5 Pukenui 7 11 Epsom Lass .. S 4 Jill 7 10 Spate 8 4 Crania 7 6 Waiotahi 8 3 Mlchaeloff ... 7 4 Rimlock 8 2 Apolllnaris ... 7 4 Tattoo 8 1 Totika 6 13 Freevata 8 1 Flyiug Soult . 6 12 Miss Advance 8 1

TRAMWAY HANDICAP, of ISOsovs. Five furlongs, st lb st lb Moriarty 9 3 WJmmera 7 6 Tarlua S 9 Mahiuga 7. 4 Foremost 8 8 Carou 7- 3 Dogger Bank . 7 13 Aimwell 7 1 Hohuugataul . 7 10 Don Hannibal 6 10

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RACING NEWS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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