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VALKY'S BOY SHINES

SUCCESSES AT MANAWATU

P -A. PALMERSTON NORTH, Sunday. The Manawatu and Rangitikei Hunt Clubs' combined steeplechase meeting was held at Awapuni yesterday in fine weather, before a large attendance. The totalisator handled £U3,432, against £24,573 10/ at Marton last year, and £63,614 10/ at Awapuni in 1943. The course was in good order. Late results were:— LADIES' BRACELET HANDICAP of £2GO. gentlemen riders, one mile and a quarter.—3 UNITED NATIONS. 10.7 (Mr. R. Waller), 1: 10 SCARTEEN, 10.10 (Mr. K. Wclson), 2; 1 SPIRO. 10.7 (Mr. K. Duncan), 3. All started. Two lengths cach way. Silver Crest was fourth. Time, 2.19. HACK HURDLES HANDICAP of £330, one mile and three-quarters.— 1 BALLYNEETY. 9.5 (W. Jenkins). 1; 4 BRITISH MINT, 10.0 (J. Chaplin), 2; 9 MATAPAN, 9.0 (L. Brown), 3. Scratched: Penwilt, Audram, Lady Midian. Ten lengths; four lengths. Gold Money Song was fourth. Time. 3.20 2-5. FIRST FLYING HACK HANDICAP of £300, seven furlones.—l ARCO, 8.6 (W. J. Stevens), 1: 2 TRIBAL NIGHT, 10.2 (W. J. Broughton). 2; 5 TID-APA, 8.4 <W. J. Mudford), 3. Scratched: Colonel Dink, Foxstar. Neck each way. Sherwood Forest, was fourth. Time, 1.32 3-5. COMBINED HUNTS' CUP STEEPLECHASE of £450, about two miles and a halt.—3 VALKY'S BOY, 9.7 (W. Murray), 1: 1 LIGHTFAIR, 10.0 (W. Jenkins), 2; 9 TIDEOVER, 9.0 (C. A. Bowry), 3. Scratched: Ngamotu, Acrobat, Centre Light, Lord Mascot, Red Sign, Tamawhero Four lengths; half a head. Baron Bold was fourth. Time, 5.6 4-5-CHAMPION HACK CUP of £300, one mile and s quarter.—lo SWIFT JAY, 8.0 (A. G. Waddeli), 1; 14 BLACK WATER. 8.0 (J, Bowness), 2; 2 MAGNUS LUX, 8.12 (K. Nuttall), 3. Scratched: Sporting Gold, Tid-Apa, Ideation. Nose: two lengths. St. Hilton was fourth. Time, 2.15. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP of £325, seven farloners.—l REORAPA, 8.2 (W. J. Broughton), 1; 4 OLGA'S PAL, 7.9 (M. Edwards), 2; 10 THEOLATERAL, 7.12 (s. Waddell). 3. Scratched: Betterman, Roman Duke. Four lengths; length. Poutatau was fourth. Time, 1.30 4-5. SECOND FLYING HACK HANDICAP of £300, seven fuiionps.—3 SOLVER. 8.7 (A. G. Waddell), 1: 4 ROYAL DUCE. 8.5 (W. J. Mudford). 2; 9 STONY BROKE, 8.0 (A. Messervy), 3. Scratched: Court Lu, Flora Fina, Plato Boy. Two lengths and a half; head. Sailor's Song was fourth. Time, 1.32.

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VALKY'S BOY SHINES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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VALKY'S BOY SHINES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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