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RACING NEWS.

STABLE AND TRACK GOSSIP.

FIXTURES FOR THE 1925 SEASON,

May 8, 9—llawke's Hay J.G. Nay ti—Whangarei J.C. May o—-Aiiiberiey P..C. May 13. ll—Egi'mmi R.C. May 16—North Canterbury R.C. Way 21, 23— Wangnnui J.C. June 3, -I, (',—i.unedi'i J.C. June ,i, 4_otaki-Maorl H.c. June 3. li, s—Auckland R.C. June to. 20—.Napier lark R.C. June 20—Hrackcnlli'ld limit Club. June 21, 25—llnvvke's Bay J.C. June 26, 27—A.-hbiiito'.i County R.C. June 27—llawke's ilav Hunt Club. July 8. 11 —Wellington R.C. July 18 —Smith Canterbury Hunt Club July 23—Wammte hist: I, t Hunt Club. July 23, 25—Gisborne R.C.

Mr. vv. T Hazleti purchased a yearling In Sydney, and ;: is i,, undergo its early tuition nt the hands of Stewarl Wadcldl.

II is stated that Marie is unlikely to be seen in the Centuiv 11,utiles at VVanganill. but may contest a Hat nice at that nieelmg.

Motley and Deluge have been retired till Hi" spring. W. liaviior. their trainer, has lukcn in bund a veii'rlmg brother to Motley, and he ts stated to he a very nice looking coll.

Island cli-oppe,l dead just before the Farewell Welter at the Marlborough meeting on Saturday, lie was ati agci gelding l,y Finland—All's Well, and was a fairly useful performer.

11. Gray rndo SasanolT, Thespian and liesert Gold wlicn they beat Gloaming. If J. Cameron puts him tip cm The Hawk on Saturday at Hastings against Gloaming be will have a few supporters.

Comet King, which ts engaged at the Whangarei meeting, won a couple of six 1 urlong events at the last Dargaville meet - Jnir. He is a Ilve-year-old gelding by Day comet—Lady Gladstone. r- v

Gold Brick, which won a double at South Canterbury, is by Sollerino—Nada,. therefore a run brother to Naclariilo. ihe tvv.i-year-old owned by Mr. V. Riddilord and 1 rained by S. Reid at Trenthain.

Tho Hawk Has won about £23,000 | n slakes, and over £10,000 t laV( . hecn won since be was owned by J. Cameron —great return for an outlay of Tr.ogs. Gloaming lias won £-12,301, and was secured fur x'aop-s.

liouex Is to bo sent to .1. 11. Prosser to liain. lie is a hair brother to notion, and. as a two-year-old, beat MBJocra in the Criterion Handicap at the Snckland summer meeting.

Royal Present heads Hie Autumn Handicap at the Wliangarei meeting next Saturday With 9.0, and ir he Is at His best He should give a good account of himself. Hoomerday will probably be one of bis 31,05t dangerous opponents.

When J. Cameron returned lo >evv Zealand with Tbe Hawk he brought over with liini a Mas-pie colt. This Is stated to have been given to him by ,Mr. W. J. Connolly, <,r west Australia, on the eve or his departure for the Old Country.

Lady Joyce Is engaged at Hastings. She was a most promising two-year-old last season, and this season she has shown good form up to a mile. Out of IS starts since last August she has won three races and lieen placed on seven other occasions.

In tho Northland Hurdles, one mile and a-hair at Whangarei next Saturday. Narrow Neck and Irish ,lig will have some support. The rornier ran second in the Walkumctc Hurdles at the Avondole meeting and Irish Jig won at the Hamilton meeting.

Southern writers nrc,:»' giving Haze a s-ood chance of winning the llawke's Hay Cup. He is a three-year-old by Demosllienos—scotch Light, and Is owned by Mr. G. I). Greenwood. He has been placed on throe or four occasions, but so Tar has tailed to salute the Judge.

Gloaming is engaged in the llawke's Bay Stakes, six and a-hair furlongs, at Hastings on Friday. Doth ho and Pencils have lost, and It looks as though most trouble will be caused to Hie champion by Pencils and Rtinnymedc. The latter is in receipt or the best part or uvo stone.

It is stated that 11. Gray has been offered special Inducements to go back to England and ride for sir n. CunlllTe Owen. If he returns he will probably take a couple or lightweights with him. and one will be his son (J. Gray), who has ridden one or two winners in tills country.

ir King Pot Is taken to the Egmont meeting and started in the Telegraph Hack Handicap, live furlongs, he will make some of the others hustle to beat him. He won with S.H at Hamilton, after running second on the llrst day with 5.5, ami was out in front In both his races soon alter Hie barrier lirted.

Bright Sol. trained by J. T. Jamieson. .Went well in the second dtvtson or the Chevalier Handicap at Avondale, just being beaten by a short head by General Pryde Uright sol is engaged at the Wliang'arei meeting on Saturday, and will have a lew friends. Sleepy Sol, which is In the same race, may be troublesome.

It was stated that national was to be tried over hurdles. Evidently his new owner thinks that there is still some sprint races in him yet, rot- he has accepted ror liim In the Poraiigahau Handicap at Hastings on Friday. He has the steadier or o.ta and there are a row lower down that will keep him busy.

Cooa Sport has two engagements at Hastings on Friday, but If be" is started in the Autumn Handicap in prorcjrenre to Hie llawke's Bay Cup he will havp considerably more friends. The half brother to Chortle has some speed, and be showed this when he ran second to Reremoana in the Thompson Handicap at Wellington recently.

Comical Is stated to be improving in his .jumping with each schooling elTort. and be should have something to say In rortlieomlng winter engagements. At Wang-a-iiul the other morning bo was sent over some hurdles with Alarlc, which jumped very rast, but Comical made up his lost ground on the Hat and ilnlshed on terms Willi tho San Iran gelding.

Glen Canny (MCiMullen), Bright Light (Rennie), and Kamehameha (Henderson) jumped a couple .of jitinv hurdles together nt Eiierslle yesterday morning. subsequently liright Light and Kamehameha went over a round of the ordinary hurdles, both Jumping carefully. Marble Glass was schooled over hurdles at Kllerslie during mc week, and shows sonic promise in this department ol' the game.

vnnnls, 1 0 V as *- P *' n a ralrI ' V consistent ~ ~. f;pi ; son ' "o has raced on L "•''.''*• '■''inning three times and being; placed on four nth,-,, occasions He VrirtavWE Handicap at Hastings on i i m<i.\ , aiKl 111 f *.-. t iiKiiicv will nrrihiihiv li*» ''bowed S I,ln ' """ S,,ir,oJ hl.er she ran l«con d a ?n cT lri V nR ,n r " rni wlien Black cat was a head behind hr,.

Cold nain showed „. i,-,,,,,,.,,. ~,„. , Mas coming back t0 tot-tr, " „- nnilbed second to I'.roadwood ln the \v-, ' Handicap, seven furlong's 1 . 'he Wa Uekaurl ';-;•-, llu ls ''"gaged in ihe Wavy i,'r at Whangarei next Saturday : , ~-m, fancied ir started in the event. Stee 1 liar and Loyal Irish are a useful pair in the Mime event. Gold Rain and Loyal ris, are also engaged in the stewards' Handicap i lie run earlier. ,-.- . ■■">«. cap io Te Kara rully justified his trip to Mis. tralla by winning the city Tattersali's cup at Sydney on Saturday. 'it must • been a great race, for heads only divided the placed horses at the Ilnish. 'Te Kara is a good slayer, and be was unlnckv t, strke a good three-year-old like WindhaV riglit at the top of his form in the \J r 1 late. He was conceding Windbag i:iih on that occasion and was beaten by i length and a-hair. Windbag is trained hv the ex-New Zealaticler, G. Price, as Is also stony, which ran second to Tc- Kara on Saturday.

From present appearances there is every Indication that Gloaming and The Hawk win meet tn the Orinnnd Memorial Cup at Hastings on Saturday, and if the contest eventuates it is sure p, attract a representative gathering of sportsmen. It will be recollected that when Thespian defeated Gloaming in the Islington Plate. Gloaming and Tbe Hawk carried un ihe running for the greater part of the distance, and It was mainly due to the pace they sol that an Australasian record was established, the mile being covered In 1.30 3-5. Tbe Hawk has been right at the top or his form during lite last row months, and if he is nt and well next Saturday as he lias been in Australia recently, be will take some heating, lie holds the Australasian record or 1.301 ftir ihe mile.

U. Rosen will rule Nanitttere and Right and Lull al Wliangarei, and S. Walls will be on Explorer and Lady Patience.

Marble Bell nnd Miss Ebon are to he taken to Whaiigai-ci by M. Ryan. W. Gall will lake sleepy s,,| und Narrow Neck. and R. Hall will probably make the trip Willi ijiiecn Arch. Mahgoiulre and WalUer.

11. Wiggins and \V. 11. Jones will bn riding at the llawke's Ray meeting this week. Tin- former will be on lluikai. Their. We.-teni boom and Serenade, and Hie latter will pilot Polly Po.aclititn, Princes N'gata. Princes Ronnie, Hillation, Karl of Ashley, mid Tan.

K. 11.utmi has a couple or riiing two-year-.,1,K one a half sister by Surveyor lo Rroadwood. and Ihe other a'gelding' bv some ik.v li, — Flare. The rormer, which lias in,l v ,'i ben handled, has been named Lady Robinson, and Ihe latter is to bo known as Antrim Hoy.

Two r.ilts. one by Magpie—Lace Front, and the oilier by Sarcliotlcii—Triinliglit. arrived in Auckland yesterday, and are to enter .1. T. Jamb-son's stable at IMpnkura. Ihe Magpie representative cost TSOgns, and ibe Sarchedon colt IDSOgns.

It must have boon very pleasing lo the Hon. I-:. W. Alison to see the success of .--aucy Sue in the (mc Thousand Guineas at \ewmurket last week. Saury Sue is by Swynrord. sire ~r llansovino, which won the Knglish Herbv last year, from Good and Gay. the dam or Tea Tray. Tea Tray Is by the well-known sire. The Tett'tireli. saucy sue was voted Ihe best two-year-old vi England last year, starting three times and winning ~n as many occasions. She won tlie Levant Stakes at Goodwood in July, running the five furlongs in fin ;i-r,. the llrelby Stakes at Newmarket In October in 1.18 :t-.-,, ti lP Criterion Stakes at Newmarket in the same month ill 1.14 4-5.

Three Australian-bred yearling.' have arrived at llawke's Bay. and Ihev are to b" kept there until It Is,time Tor 'them to be raced. Their Australian owner lias been more or less persuaded that the llawke's Hay climate and the grasses in thai district are greatly conducive to Ihe well

' ---ii'iL-siep. a ,,(l next season they are to bo,-.taken buck to Australia with ail eye to the rich lwo-vear-obl clas-ic-. Tlie trio consists ~r a llliv by Kilbronev— Aquila by Harrow-, a colt by Clu-vsolaus— Soi-nette by Ti-ossldy. and a gelding by Magpie—lialTodll On.'en. by I.inacre. Evidently ihe experiment lias been brought about by the success that has attended the yearlings sold in Australia by Mr. W. G. Stead—Poetaster, l.os tlntos. Horoscope and others. The owner appears to thl»k that I here is something In tbe climate and reeding or yrninirslors in the Dominion that makes them route to hand early. II will be most interestiiur to see bow the experiment gels on. ir It Is successful, llawke's Hay will become a very popular place with wealthy Australian owners. Discussing this question the Sydney "Sun" says: "\ithoiigh be settled in Svdni.'v because or the greater opportunities It offers, it Is not surprising mat trainer <;. Price uiinics that his native land. New Zealand. Is specially suited ror Ihe raising ~r thoroughbred horses. He is not alone in that belief, which he holds very strongly Price winie cot,lending thai, the natural grasses ol the country and the limestone in the soil have much to do with the excellence or the stock, thinks that tbe more rigorous climate has a great deal to do with making the horses hardy. Without labouring Ills argument. Price points out that many Australian-bred horses have been taken to nn- Dominion, aud have raced siieces.sruily over longer distances man stock by the same sires run In the Con, monwealth. with the object or testing rrice s ideas the gentleman who as Mr c ~n, V," race " Col "»eol Purchased re°yjL l --'„T • v,, « l '"ng s by an-ysolaus. Magpie and kilbrnncy. Those are to be shipped m-ol- Zea ' and . where they will be btoken m. then allowed t 0 run oil the sprint- grass prior to being sent back to Australia lo be prepared Tor racing at the end or next season. - The results of the niTrest'"' *'"' be walcßcfl Willi Preat

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RACING NEWS., Auckland Star, Volume LVI, Issue 105, 6 May 1925

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