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Handicaps for the Pakuranga Hunt races at Ellerslie on August 18 have been declared by Mr._ F. J. McManemin as follow:— GREENMOTJNT HUNTERS' STEEPLECHASE of £400, about two miles and a half.—Dun\e o an, 9.12; Skyette. 9.3; Sporting Nation. King Lume. Sir Rajah, Ruahes. Lord Mark, Te HahU; Brcokby Song, Eire Boy. Bushcrsft Crail. Owing, Bamburv Prince. Ngamotu. Hnereatu. Bold Tide. Forest Hill. Lord Mascot. 9.0. HARRIS MEMORIAL HACK AND HUNTERS' HURDLES of £400, one mile and three-quartcrs.— Wildore. 11.2; Hunting Mac. 11.1: B ? tten f l ?l}.• 10.10: Bisquit. Lapidarian. 10.8; Bunsby. 10.S, First Edition. 10.5; Ballyneety. British Mint, 10.0: Dumbo. Sporting Gold. 9.13; Blue Tit.le, 9.12: Brahman. Ga.vjax, 9.9: Brome. Irish Fox. Captain Bell. -Te Renga. Bronzo, Classic Corsac, Fast Maid. Os'entatious, Tangirere. British Form, Aero Kincr. Royce. 9.0. JELLICOE HANDICAP of £650. One mile. Neenah .... 10 1 Abbey Fox ...70 Constitution . . 8 12 Krone® ' » Air Port ... 8 5 AKUilo ' « Balfron .... 7 12 Ernada 7 u La Filiette ... 7 12 Waiting ....70 Lord Dainiey . . 7 10 Oayiax . . . . • 7 o Regal March . . 7 10 Harris Tweed • • ' " Hippodrome ... 7 8 Fir Dink .... 7 0 Royal Musk ..76 Foxlore .... 7 u Chung Chong ..75 Grey Salute * * Z « Our Gold ... 7 4 Rara Avis . . . 7 0 Beau Dink ... 7 4 Sir Dingle . . . ' 0 Gay Lally ... 7 2 Dies Faustus . . 7 0 British Talent . 7 2 Scusa ' » Mr. Rosa ... 7 2 Royce ' " PAKURANGA HUNT CUP of £ 1000 and Gold Cui value £50. About three miles. Town Survey .12 5 Lord Mark . . . 9 0 Rival 10 12 Tideover ....90 Bisqult , . . . 10 10 Te Ronea . . . | 0 Wildore . . . .10 10 Lord ■ Mascot --S0 Lishtfair .... 10 4 Tangirere . . . B 0 Lapidarian ... 10 0 Sir Rajah •.•'22 lockheed .... 9 10 British - Patrol . 9 0 First Edition ..99 Ngamotu . .• . B 0 Hunting Chiel . 9 8 Forest Hill . . 9 0 Comrie 9 8 Classic .....90 Sporting Gold ..98 Ruahes ...... 9 0 New Battle ..96 Sporting Nation 9 0 Eunvegan .... 9 2 Waiwainui ...90 Watchett .... 9 0 SYLVIA PARK HANDICAP of £400, seven fur lungs.—Sir I,con. 9.4; Yoikish. 9.3: Bouinemcmtii Gooa Bay. St. Leon, 9.1: Willie Pay. The Fake Kindroon. Lightmint. 8.12: Hunting Loch. IS.IO Odvaals. Kerry Lad. 8.9; Zulu Boy 8.7; Golder. Green 8.4; Colonel Dink. Santa Anita.. Bueno 8.3: Jovial Song. Hunting Mae. 8.2: Home Again Bedivere, Mr. Cute, Convallaria, 8.1: Shepherd. Mnte. Landflre, Tarzah. General Lytup.• Antipay Old Scot. Golden Pay. Brome. Luriri. Sailor i Song Lady Tiff filly. Home James. Yama. Nobli Artist Cu-na-Mara. Town Echo. Royal Bell Gold Bird. Miss Malibu. Batal, To-night. Hor» nui Royal Honour. Balalaika, Beau Martian Om'aio. Wild Blood. Stable Boy. Betlermusk Shortbread, Battle Hill. Night of Nights. Lads Adornment.. Revelare, Snappy. Chetsvolde. Bycrott. Gay Fault. Battle Wings. Bronze Royal. Fail Rare. Cnmp Queen. Bronya. Bjilgowan, Boswel Hill Kat'nshara. Vonettee. Whitford Queen. Male of Sherwood. Bay Jim. Some Swell. Steppoland Shadow Camp, Keen Sport, Vindicator. Killfast Chaka. Dougal. Te Heroine. Sublimo Fox Raphael Tu Maro. Battledawn, Skvmaster, Diavil. Malice Loma Fox. Last Survey, Rampcde. Tolling Teddy Kinnaird. Borderer. Warden's- Best. Hayduk, 8.0. BULLOCK-WEBSTER. HANDICAP of £40C (gentlemen riders), one mile and a quarter.— United Nations. 11.11; Blue Title. 11.9: First Edition. 11.8; Peterhead. 11.6: Entertainer. 11.2; Fox Hunting. 10.12; Superb. 10.10; Ballinasloc, 10 9: Flving Gold. Skateaway. King Lume. Old Mack. African, Nonplus, Fast Maid, Tangirere, Peter. Ruahes. Golden Rclgn, standford King, Upton. Haereatu. Bold Tide. 10.7. ADMIRALTY HANDICAP of £500. Six furlongs. Coronalre ... 9 3 Lord Dink ... 8 0 Nawab ..... 9 3 .... 8 0 Kentish .... 9 2 C.ocd Ba.V ... 8 0 Colonel Vaals ..90 Wild Blood ..80 Fortune's Smile 8 12 Miss Julienne . 8 0 Peter Gregor . . 8 12 Heroic Star ..80 Regal March . . 8 11 Yes Tor .... 8 0 Black Ace ... 8 5 Yorkish .... 8 0 Tiger Tan ... 8 3 High Span ...80 Olga's Pal ... 8 3 Theophiius .... 8 n Betterman ..... 8 3 Watchett ..... 8 0 Good Company . 8 0 Irish Fox ... 8 0 Gay Star ... 8 0 Saltwater ...80 Abbey Fox ... 8 0 Dinky Di . ..80 Aguiio 8 0 King's Pride ..80 Royal Master ..80 Royal Slipper . 8 0 Gaelic Salute . 8 0 Acceptances close on Friday at 5 p.m. YORKISH SPRINTS SHADED REGAL MARCH As the outside grass track was very heavy, training at Takanini this morn-ing-was restricted to horses with engagements at the Pakuranga meeting, which ! is to be held at Ellerslie on Saturday r week. Assisted by the fact that they had first use of the track, Yorkish and Regal March recorded the best time over five furlongs by traversing the distance in 1.9 2-5. Both horses worked well, particularly Yorkish, which had the better of the trial. Beau Dink, carrying well over 9.0, also impressed by completing his task in 1.10 2-5. Bycroft appeared to be stopping a little at the end of a similar effort 5 n 1.10 3',"5, while Beau Martian and Omaio, which were not on a time-making mission, recorded 1.15. Revelling in the conditions. Peter Gregor comfortably defeated Jovial Song over four furlongs in 54 3-ss. Balfron finished a length in front of Coronalre in 58s, La Filiette required 58 3-5s and Ladv Adornment finished clear of Night of Nights in 56 3-ss. Among others to work, but which were not asked to go better than 15s to the furlong, were Bronya, Sousa and Black Ace. MISHAP TO ZAHRA MAY NOT RACE AGAIN Special. WANGANUI, this day. The five-year-old Bulandshar gelding Zahra, which outclassed the field when he won the hack sprint at Hawera in May, has been turned out as the result of having suffered an injury. It is feared he may hot race again, arid, if so, this will be bad luck for his Owners, the Messrs, Smith Brothers, and his trainer, H. Callahan, as Zahra gave promise of winning some good races this term. TRIP ABANDONED A projected Australian trip of the Te I Rapa horses Orakau, Neenah and Fortune's Smile has been abandoned. All arrangements had been made for the trio to make the trip next month under the charge of A. McGregor, but the possibility of the horses being eliminated through the balloting system that, applies to the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups has decided their connections to cancel the arrangements, which had advanced to that stage where the necessary fodder had already been shipped across the Tasman. Neenah is being prepared for the Pakuranga Hunt, while Orakau will probably be given a start at the Avondale meeting. TOPICAL COMMENT BRAHMAN IN SCHOOL The aged Bulandshar gelding Brahman. showed dash in a schooling task over hurdles with Prince Rewa at Te Rapa on Saturday morning. He always had an edge on his companion and .jumped fast and cleanly. BACK IN TRAINING Expanse has been recommissioned, but his preparation is being confined to road work. Bramble Song is spelling, while others of the Winder establishment on the active list at Te Rapa are Town Survey, Mr. Rosa, High Span, Boswell Hill, Spearfast and Haereatu. A. L. SEIFERT'S SEXTET A. L. Seifert's string at Te Rapa comprises Lagenia, Tightline, Last Sign, Ballynokane, Persian Maid and a three-year-old filly by Autopay from a fullsister to Gay Lally and Gay Rosette. All with the exception of Ballynokane and Persian Maid are being restricted to work on the roads. RHODES SCHOLAR FILLY Collegiate, which won her division of the Cashmere Plate, is a chestnut filly by Rhodes Scholar from Fraise by Potoa from Fraisette by Valais, and is trained at Trentham. She had six starts last season for a second and two' fourth placings, her last start being in the Trial Plate at Trentham last month, in which she ran fourth to Master Robin, Arco and Lady Chips. KING'S SUCCESS CHEERED Rec. 9.5 a.m. LONDON, Aug. 6. The crowd at Ascot turned towards the Royal box and cheered when the King's horse. Kingstone, won the Sulhampstead Handicap. The King, Queen and Princesses, who arrived almost unnoticed during a brief thunderstorm, all appeared pleased and 'excited. '

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PAKURANGA- RACES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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PAKURANGA- RACES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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