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LATE RACING.

TRENTHAM TRAINING NOTES. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. At Trentham this morning Flltnway ran j I seven furlongs ln 1.28 2-5, Husbandman and Whistlecrnft running a furlong further in 1.45. Kilwinning and Taskmaster put !up the morning's record, the pair running Aye furlongs ln 1.1 3-5. Martyrium beat Miscast over six furlongs, run lv 1.18. | Xylophone and Diamond Star sprinted five furlongs in 1.2, Sir Tristram getting to , the end of Blx furlongs ln 1.18. Kalroina ran a mile in 1.48. Woodhcy covered seven furlongs (alone) ln 1.30, Master Soult and Llysian running a furlong less la 1.17 4-0, All Red ran clean nway from Dlabolo over live furlongs, which took 1.4 2-5. Courier gal-loped six furlongs in 1.19, 'Aborigine and Maori King doing a similar Journey in 1.15 2-5, while Roosevelt ran a furlong less in 1;8. RECORD GALLOP BY BOBRIKOFF, Bobrikoff, after breakfast, paced by Glissade aud Ambala, put up a record for the track, running 7 furlongs In 1.27 2-5, Sunbonnet beat Aboriginal over five furlongs in 1.11, Consolation doing a similar task with Merrle Rose ln slightly better time Baliarat wont a strong mile, "the last seven furlongs being run In 1.34J, Sfmdstream did half-pace work. Aberbrothock and Feroliaa ran live furlongs in 1.31.

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LATE RACING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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