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TIDEOVER POPULAR

HUNT CLUB MEETING HASTINGS PROSPECTS (Special.) HASTINGS, this day. Conditions promise well for the Hawke's Bay Hunt Club races at Hastings to-morrow, the fields being of nice size and the track in excellent order. Magnus Lux and First Footing are unlikely starters. Horses fancied are:— Otane Hunters' Hurdles.—Betterman, Gold Money Song, Blue Title. First Okawa Maiden,—Golden Kea, Hadrian, Newel's Post. Russell Memorial Steeples.—Tldeover, Valky's Boy, Lightfair. Oringi Hack.—Blackwater, Solver, Tid Apa. Second Okawa Maiden.—Lily Ann, Amuri, Gold Lad. Soutra Hunters' Flat.—Magic ■ Art, United Nations-Blue Title bracket, Silver Crest. Tikokino Handicap.—Lord Theio, Theolateral, Cramond Bay. Waitangi Hack.—Battle Survey, Cauda Lux, St. Nat. The fields are:— 11.30 — OTANE HACK AND nUNTERS' HURDLES of £160, about one mile and a. half. — First Edition, 10.8; Betterman, 10.4; Gold Money Song. 9.12; Gayjax, 9.11: Blue Title, Farekura, 5.7; Te Ranut. 8.2; Jackets, Ideation, Glad Fox, Black Gem, Daniel Halgh. Peach King, Affable, Spivo. Gay Rajah. Lucullus Boy. Merger, 9.0. Brackets: Blue Title and First Edition; Daniel Halg and Peach King. 12.10—OKAWA MAIDEN No. 1: three-year-olds, 8.0; four-year-olds and upward, 8.10; five furlongs and a half.—Gynette. Carey, Hadrian, Ritz, Golden Kea. Master Gain, Rangiriri, Jane Quex, St.. Luclen, Ann Venus, Merrlmake, Viva La Vere, Hostility. Newel's Post. Kinema. 12.50 — HAROLD RUSSELL MEMORIAL STEEPLECHASE of £300. about two miles and a half.—Valky's Boy, 10.8: Taane Pango, 10.6; Lightfair, 10.4; First Edition, 10.1; Golden Memory, 9.10; Son and Heir, 9.5; Tideover, Dunvegan, 9.4; Lucullus Boy. Sir Mark, Bravura., St. Vitus, Endurance, Merger, 9.0. Bracket: Lucullue Boy and Sir Mark. I.3S—ORINGI HACK HANDICAP of £150, one mile and a quarter.—Solver, 9.2; Magnus Lux, Dark Morning. 8.13; Roto Parera. 8.12: Blackwater, 8.6; Tid Apa, 8.2: Mr. Valiant, Treasure Tee, Gynette, Piko Plko, Sunstream, Nanook, Sporting Way, Qwen's Boy, Step Far, Well Armed, Ballynain, Palanul, 8.0. Brackets: Sporting Way and Btep Far, Ballynain and Well Armed. Alono and Mr. Valiant. 2.IS—OKAWA MAIDEN No. Z.—Gold Lad, Autoshine. Wayside. Bold Raid, Amurl, Tracer, Silver Crest. Lily Anr.. French Count. Flying Quex, Goody Two Shoes. Tallinn, Lβ Rouge, Negotiable, Citation. 3.O—SOUTRA HUNTERS' FLAT HANDICAP o» £150, one mile and a quarter.—Patu Po, 12.8; First Edition, United Nations, 11.0: Blue Title, 11.2: Sporting Gold, l!. 0: Silver Crest, Old Red, 10.11; Jackels. 10.10: Nightward, 10.9; Magic Art, Old Mack. Whangai. Sir Mark, 10.7. Bracket: United Nations, Blue Title and First Edition. 3.4S—TIKOKINO HANDICAP of £ITS, seven furlongs.—Royal Greek, 9.2; Theolateral, 8.10; Colais. Patu Po. Betterman, 8.7; Jonathan Jo, Lord Theio. 8.3; Royce, Cramond Bay, Leybourne, Charles Edward. Roman Duke, Gayiax, 8.0. 4.3O—WAITANGI HACK HANDICAP of £130, six furlongs.—Tussock. 0.5; Dark Morning, 8.13; The Grand. 8.10; First Footing. Specialist, 8.3; Battle Survey, 8.4; Mr. Valiant, Observatory, Walk Off, Treasure Tee, 8.2; Piko Piko, Autoshinc. St. Nat, Hadrian. Rltz. High Form. Owen's Bay, Ranciriri. Master Solw-ay. Komo. Cauda Lux. Gold Lad, Penwilt, Master Gain, 8.0. Brackets: Observatory and Mr. Valiant, Gold Lad and Owen's Boy, Komo and Piko Piko, Hadrian and Master Solway, Cauda Lux and Penwilt.

J6CKEYS AND MOUNTS

Riding engagements announced for the Hastings races are:— J. Fagan: Peach King, Endurance. S. Waddell: Theolateral, Betterman, Palanul, Specialist, Tideover. M. Buchanan: Spiro, Dunvegan, Step Far, Gay Lena, Hadrian. E. Temperton: Blue Title, First Edition. W. Murray: Valky's Bov, Black Gem. N. Rouse: Taane Pango. W. E. Carter: Dark Morning. W. Andrews: Tkl Apa, Observatory, Lightfair. J. P. Bowness: Blackwater. Mr. 'G. James: Sporting Gold. Mr. D. Barrell: Old Red.

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TIDEOVER POPULAR, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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TIDEOVER POPULAR Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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