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COKDAY WORKING SOLIDLY Special. HAWERA, this day. A very quiet time has been experienced on the Hawera tracks for some weeks, but with the opening of the new season hereabouts on September, trainers are beginning to shape up probable runners at the Combined Hunt Clubs' meeting at New Plymouth. R. Brough has Corday and Alderman working solidly and both are doing well, while the rising three-year-old, Silver Pal, is doing light work regularly. Drambuie has come in from her letup looking remarkably well, having developed all round. G. Moore's team of youngsters. Peter Theio, Jlarsene and Paper Bill, also resumed track work. The Gynerium—Wet Paint youngster, Mypeter, sustained a slight injury in his box, - which has delayed him a bit. The racy-looking Peter Theio has been sold by Mr. Spiro, his new owner being Mr. B. F. O'Brien, of Wanganui. Adrigoole is a splendid jumper and, but for giving himself a slight knock, would have raced at Awapuni. He is to race at the Hunt meeting at New Plymouth. , Ette Quex- has been doing light work since her win at Hawke's Bay, and will attract attention when next seen out. Black Plato is enjoying a spell after his strenuous season's racing, and Peter's Choice is to have an easy time for a few weeks. Manpower, which raced at Trentham, drew outside positions botli days and was badly placed in his races. ' War Effort is enjoying a well-earned spell and R. Flower is concentrating on the hunter Lumond, and a couple ot youngsters.

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HAWERA TRACKS QUIET, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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HAWERA TRACKS QUIET Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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