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KIA ORA MADE TO ORDER With horses drawn from all quarters of the Dominion, it is a difficult, task to win races at Trentham, and only one tram or was credited with two successes at the past fixture. He was T. L. Jennings. of Opaki, as a result of the hack double won by Ganges. This particular double has been completed at. the last four winter gatherings at Trentham. In 1942 First Round took both the Te Aro and Kia Ora Handicaps or. the respective days. Lenardo did so in 1943, and Immediate carried the record further last July. Apparently many were of the opinion that the sequence would be broken op Saturday, for Ganges ranked only second in the betting order. Trentham Horses Fail For some years past horses trained at Trentham have not been seen to advantage at their home .meetings, although twelve months ago Flahuluk took,, the honours in the Parliamentary Handicap and Cramond Bay the Woburn Handicap. At the past meeting Master Robin was the only winner, but the seconds of Bridge Acre in the Whyte Handicap and of Lord Darnley in the Parliamentary Handicap enabled them to top Master Robin's contribution. Then, with place money by Leighon's Glory, The Monarch and Aqua, the Wellington centre emerged with an aggregate of £925.

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A TRAINER'S DOUBLE, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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A TRAINER'S DOUBLE Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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