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RACING NEWS.

WELLINGTON RACING CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. ACCEPTANCES FOB THE FIRST DAY'S RACING. (By Telegrapb.-Prcss Association.) WELLINGTON, Sunday. fh Th « followln S are the acceptances for the first day's events of the forthcoming Cluh mn meeting of tlie Wellington Racing a Handicap, one mile. —All Red a-io, Master Soult 0.5, Aborigine 8.5, Flitaway b.3 Los Angeles 8.1, Czar Kolohol 1.13, Waipaku 7.13, Sunbonnet 711 Ballarat 7.8, Sir Tristram 7.8, Saudstrea'm 7.6, Maiora 0.13, Merrie Rose 6.13 Effort 6.13, Koosevelt 6.13, Aboriginal 6.11. Consolation b.ll, Perolina 6.9, Aberbrothock 6.9 Euclid β-i, Whistleeruft 6.7. Railway Handicap, six furlongs.—Flitaway S.O, Ballarat 8.5, Mon Ami 7.13. Gipsy Belle 7.13, Diamond Star 7.10, Advantage 7.6. Courier 7.4, Wimmera 7.2 Sir Antrim 6.11, Rock Ferry 6.7. Walwetu Handicap, seven furlongs.—Martyrium 8.3, Probability 8.0, Maiora 8.0. San Fernando 7.11, First Mate 7.5, Whistlecraft <.O, Moscow 6.12, Toa Tuhi 6.12. Plunket Nursery Handicap, five furlongs. —Xautironn 9.3. Perle dOr 8.7, Kilwlnning 8.6. Boanerges 8.6. Xylophone 8.5, Glissade S.z Aema T. 4, Ingoda 7.2, Ambola 7.0, Masterful 0.7, Royalty 6.7, Undecided 6.7 Cuauvelin 6.7, Lace Collar 6.7. Hurdle Handicap, one mile and threequarters.—Esmoor 11.2 Aorangl 10.13 Master Douglas 10.9, Kairoma 10.], Eurus !>.13. Paparaehi 9.11, Wnatakura 9.11, Narcotic 9.3. Sllverstream Hack Handicap, seven furlongs.— Mlhs Mischief 9.3, Illustrious 7.13, Walwareware 7.13. Knight Commander 7.10. Vinco 6.10, Togo 6.7, Black Pearl 6.7. Tinakorl Hack Handicap, six furlongs.— Miss Mischief 9.4. Nyland 8.9, Te Eu 8.7. Illustrious 8.0, Conquer 7.9, Miscast 7.5, Ukraine 7.4, Hilavian 7.3, Swallow 7.3 Herring 6.10, Vinco 6.10. FINAL PAYMENTS. The following final payments have been made:— North Island Challenge Stakes, seven furlongs (to be run on the first day).—Bobrlkoff 9.11, Husbandman 9.8, Gipsy Belle 8 9 Diabolo 8.8. Provocation 8.1, Maori King 7.11, Elysian 7.6, Kllwluning 7.6, Xylophone 7.4, Aema 7.2, Taskmaster 7.1, Thistledown 6.13, Perle dOr 6.13. New Zealand St. Leger, one mile and three-quarters rto be run on the second day).—Husbandman 8.10, Master Soult 8.10, Diabolo 8.10, Aberbrothock 8.10 Whistlecraft 5.7. NEW ZEALAND METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) CHRISTCHURCH, Sunday. The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's Eaoter Meeting wns concluded yesterday In tine weather. The track was In good order, and the attendauce large. The totalisator investments totalled £11.671 as compared with £12,258 for th e corresponding day last year. Champion Handicap of loOsovs, two miles. —Master Poole. Ids, 1; Verax, its, 2; Terra Nova, 4s, 3. Also started: Durbar Dick Fly, Albertorious. Won by two len"ths Time, 4.42 1-5. High-Class Handicap of 125sovs one mile and a-half. -Cedric, 15s, 1; King Cole, fti. 2; Agesemos, 14s, 3. Also started; Princess Ena, Lady Clare, Captain Tracey, Cinders, Tuxedo I'hlef. Imperial Wood, lina D., Croesus, Silver Fly, Royal Ribbon, Bombay, Mada, Woodburn Lad. Bonification. Princess Louise. Won by a length. Time, 3.44. Wllkin Handicap, of 135sovs, two miles.— Submarine, 11s, 1; Miss Florrie C, 13s. 2; Redchlld, Os, 3. Aiso started: Fusee Prince Warbeck. First Pet, Millwood, Peacock. Bellis, Wild Victor, Storm. Won by two lengths. Time, 4.45 2-.">. Trotters' Handicap of 200sovs. two miles. —Marietta Iluon, 20s. 1; Naughty Child, 225. 2; Viewmont. ISs, 3. Also started: Albertorious, Reveuue, Teatree, Vitella. 1.-c Rosier, Roseneath, Quincey, Woodland, Whispers, Ilavelock, Victor Huon, Wairakau. Myall. Won easily. Time. 4.54 4-5. Farewell Handicap of l."Osovs. one mile. — Robert Eininett, 6s, 1: Ben Hur, iss, 2; Miss Burlington. 6s, 3. Also started: Norval, Gold Leat, Bell Metal. Withlugton, Hamliu. Grey Echo, Bessie B. Won by a neck. Time, 2.21. International Handicap, of ISOsovs. one mile and n quarter.— Lord Elmo, scratch. 1; Wallace L.. 6s, 2; Terra Nova, Is, 3. Also started: Discoverer, Florin, The Needle, Wild Duck. Imperial I'o);y. Won by four lengths. Time, 2.50 4-5. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. TRAFALGAR WINS THE A..T.C. PLATS. (By Cable. —Press Association. —-Copyright.) SYDNEY. April 17. The Australian Jockey Club brought their autumn meeting to a conclusion to-day at Randwlck in glorious weather. There was again a large attendance. Rous Handicap.—Hoax .1, Five Crown a Black Buck 3. Steeplechase.—Kuala Lumper 1, Postboy 2, Lyrist 3. Place Handicap.-Blue Garments 1, Elkhorn 2, Footpad 3. THE A.J.C. PLATE, a sweepstakes of lOsovs each, with lOOOsovs added; the owner of the second horse to receive 200SOVS and the owner of the third lOOsovs from the prize. For three-year-olds and upwards. Three miles. P. and N. Mitchell's eh c Trafalgar, 3yrs, by Wallace —Grand Canary (Smith).. 1 Neith, 4yrs (McLachlan) 2 Lord Nolan, ftyrs (Calllnan) 3 Also started: Black Prince, Vavasor. From a Rood start Trafalgar was first away, but entering the straight Lord Nolan was out a length and a-half Iti front. Before they reached the mile post Trafalgar was again in trout, with Nclth in third place. At the slx-furlong post Trafalgar held a three lengths' advantage, and there was no change at the straight, but along the hack Trafalgar's opponents bunched, and at the six-furlong post Lord Nolan got within n lencl.h of the leader. At the halfmile post, however, Trafalgar was leading by a couple o£ lengths. Nelth and Lord Nolan raclug together. Below the distance Neith passed Lord Xolan. but Trafalgar had the race won. Time, 0.44 i. The Nursery Handicap.—Lautoka 1, Manchester 2, Gidyea 3. The Final Handicap.—Baw Bee 1, Togo 2, Kyeadgerie 3.

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RACING NEWS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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