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REVEALED PINE PROMISE The dash Arco had been infusing into his work at Awapuni was borne out by his brilliant, finishing efTort in the Trial Plate at Trentham on Saturday, when he was not too well placed as the big field came on to the course proper. This Coronach gelding, which is closely related to Old Surrey, Hunting Lore and Foxiana, is a half-brother to Daniel Defoe, which died after winning a brace of two-year-old races in brilliant fashion just before the war, but in Arco it looks as if the Manawatu sportsman, Mr. Leo Collinson has a galloper which will have no difficulty in running out of hacks in the near future. Arco is engaged in the First Flying Hack Handicap at the combined hunts' meeting at Awapuni on Saturday. I

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ARCO MAY REWARD, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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ARCO MAY REWARD Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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