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Avondale Lass, which is engaged in the Washdykc Trot at Timaru to-morrow, has started 14 times this season for, a win a second, a third and two fourth placings and £182 Jn stakes. Her winning performance was in the Brighton Maiden Handicap at the New Brighton Trotting Club's meeting on October 7. In this race she started smartly, and was always well placed. She finished strongly to win by three lengths from Nola Wrack. Avondale Lass is by Gamble from Pelting a Huia Dillon mare which was bred by Mr. W. McPhail, of Mltcham. After winning the Selma Trot at Ashburton on May 5, Sunny Nelson was highly regarded by good judges, and his unplaced performance in the Opihi Xrot at Timaru, where he lost all chance at the start by breaking, should be disregarded With reasonable luck in the running of the Washclyke Trot the Nelson Derby—lrish Peach gelding should beat more than beat him. He is trained at Methven by I. Scoon.

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TROTTING CANDIDATES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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TROTTING CANDIDATES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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