DINKY DI SPARKLES
ELIJ3KSJ.no TRACK HEAVY Owing to the heavy state of the ground no fast times were recorded during training work at Ellerslie this morning. the majority of horses were allotted useful tasks on the sand, which provided firm going. „ , The best trial over five furlongs was credited to Dinky Di, which traversed the distance in 1.8 2-5, after taking 2G 2-5s for the first two furlongs. He was the first to work on- the grass before the going was cut up. , Yes Tor was also sent five furlongs, which she left behind in 1.10 4-5, and, in a similar task. Saltwater and Tu-mayu took 1 10, and Mr. Cute and Noble Artist 1.12. General Lytup ran the last five ol six furlongs in 1.13 1-5. Our Gold and British lalent took 1.20 1-5 to complete six furlongs, and over the same ground«Tarzah returned 1.25 2 Kara Avis was also sent six furlongs, which occupied 1.25 2-5, the last three taking 41 2-ss. He handled the going in
Chung Chong and Gaelic_ Salute reeled oil' three furlongs in *10 ;j-ss, Nawab the last, three of four furlongs in -11 l-us, and Bay Jim '15 l-ss. . Bournemouth and Sublime Fox sprinted half a mile in 55_ 2-ss, and Tiger Tan, going easily, took 57 1-ss. On the sand track Sir Dink (Flett) and Kindroon (Tremain) traversed six furlongs ill 1.21 1-5. Both horses hit out very fl "British Mint (Anderson) and Bronzo (Bailey) gave a good display over six hurdles in the centre. These jumpers have improved a good deel of late.
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DINKY DI SPARKLES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945
DINKY DI SPARKLES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945
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