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ARABIAN NIGHT!

NATIONAL HURDLES LAST DAY AT RICCARTON Special. this day. The Canterbury Jockey Club opened the fina)l day of its Grand National meeting In nne weather, but on a heavy trarpk. Results were:— HUNT CUP STEEPLECHASE of £506. About two ifnilra and! a half. I—I—RED GLABE. n I.6—Jenkins , 2—2 —EDWARD, *** i 7—7—COBALT. 9.0-j-Hlllis '■'■'■'■'.'.'.'.17? J Six lengths; two ifurlongs. Time, SUMNEB HACK HANDICAP of £40<L Niibe tnrUmss. 11-11 —KOA MANU, ;B.o—Thistoll , 9—9—PRINCE LEIGHON. B.B—Messem'""" i 7—7—SIR BERNARD, 8.0-Green ........'."', J Scratched: Patu Lady Chips. Sunny sll Liquidate, Receptive, i Honey Gold, DesertVietaS Neck; two lengths! Time, 2.1. LINCOLN STEEPLECHASE of £12A&. Aboni three miles. *"***■• I—I—DAUBER, 11.1-ARltchle , S—S—STEWARD, 10.0>—Wilson " , 4 —4—KILMANAGH, 9.11 -1..1J..; J Scratched: Kanul Tβ Pal, Albino, Edward. Foxlana fell. Four lengths; three lengths. Time. ejX. WOOLSTON HACK HANDICAP of £«o Seven fnrlonss. I—I—MASTER ROBIN, ,B.l2—Leadwood J 4—4—LADY CHIPS, B.2S—Green ~****-gS 9—B—WHITLEY, 9.4 —Stowe ..,, L _" 3 Scratched: Peter Gazelle. Neck; hall a length. Time, 1.31 3-5. RRAND NATIONAL HT7RDI.ES of £1500. Two miles and a half and 160 yards. I—I—ARABIAN NIGHT, 9.11 t 7— 7—MYNET, 9.8 *■' S 2—2 —GOOD ARMOUR, 10.8 _. , _ 3 Time, 5.5 4-5.

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ARABIAN NIGHT!, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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ARABIAN NIGHT! Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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