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HAWKE'S BAY HUNT RACES P.A. HASTINGS, Sunday. The Hawke's Bay Hunt races were held at Hastings yesterday in fine weather,before a good attendance. The track was in splendid order. The totalisator handled £35,948 10/, compared with £10,926 last year, an increase of £10,022 10/. Late results were:— FIRST OKAWA MAIDEN of £100, Ave furlongs and a half.—l-1 HADRIAN. 8.10 (A. G. Waddell). 1; 7-7 CAREY, 8.10 (W. J. Mudford), 2; 2-2 Rlira. 8.10 (P. Atkins), 3. Scratched: Golden Kea, Five lengths; two lengths. Ranglrlrt was fourth. Time, 1.10. HAROLD RUSSELL MEMORIAL STEEPLECHASE of £300, about two miles and a half.—2-2 LIGHTPAIR, 10.4 (M. Andrews), 1; 4-3 DUNVEGAN, 9.4 (S. Waddell), 2; 1-1 VALKY'S BOY, 10.8 (W. Murray). 3. Scratched: Sir Marie. Nose; ten lengths. Tideovcr was fourth. Time. -5.2 1-5. ORINGI HACK HANDICAP of £150„ one mile and a quarter.—6-5 SPORTING WAY, 8.0 (S. Green), 1; 7-7 WELL ARMED, 8.0 (W. J. Mudford), 2: 3-2 MAGNUS LUX.. 8.13 (W. Connor). 3. Scratched: Dark Morning, Piko Piko, Sunstream, Mr. Valiant. Half a head; length and a half. Solver was fourth. Time, 2.8. SECOND OKAWA MAIDEN of £100, five furlongs and a half.—s-6 WAYSIDE,, 8.10 (W. L. Aitken), 1: 1-1 LILY ANN, 8.10 (S. Waddell), 2; 9-8 NEGOTIABLE, 8.0 (R. B. Ireland), 3. Scratched: Silver Crest. Short neck; two lengths. Bold Raid was fourth. Time, 1.10. SOUTRA HUNTERS' FLAT of £150, gentlemen riders, one mile and a quarter.—2-2 BLUE TITLE, 11.2 (Mr. R. Gordon). 1; 2-2 UNITED NATIONS, 11.9 (Mr. R. Waller). 2: 3-3 SPORTING GOLD, 11.0 (Mr. G. James), 3. Scratched: First Edition. Half a length; length. Magic Art was lourth. Time, 2.11 4-5. Bracket: Blue Title and United Nations. TIKOKINO HANDICAP of £175, seven fur-longs.—3-3 THEOLATERAL, 8.10 (S. Waddell), 1; 2-2 LORD THEIO. 8.3 (J. Campbell). 2; 6-5 JONATHAN JOE, 8.3 (A. G. Waddell), 3. Scratched: Patu Po. Half a head; half a length. Colais was fourth. Time, 1.28. WAITANGI HACK HANDICAP of £130, six fur-longs.—l-1 OBSERVATORY. 8.2 (M. Andrews), 1: 2-2 HADRIAN, 8.0 (A. G. Waddell), 2: 11-11 GOLD LAD, 8.0 (R. Caddy), 3. Scratched: First Footing, Ritz, Owen's Bay, Penwllt, Master Gain. Two lengths; neck. Piko Piko was fourth. Time, 1.14 2-5.

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LIGHTFAIR'S STEEPLES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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LIGHTFAIR'S STEEPLES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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