Owing to difficulties in respect of transport between Lyttelton and Wellington. Lord Darnley. one of the early favourites for the Jellicoe Handicap, is practically certain to be withdrawn from his Pakuranga engagement. He was still at Christchurch this morning.
The son of Siegfried and Beth, which was unlucky to be defeated in tlie Parliamentary Handicap at. Trentham, has not yet nm out of hacks and his next appearance will probably be in this class at Wanganui. LATEST SCRATCHIXGS Withdrawals from the Pakiu-anga races at Ellerslie on Saturday are:— Bullock-Webster Handicap. — Entertainer. Grcenmount Hunters' Steeples.—Skvette. CHILDREN ADMITTED Although children under the age of 12 years arc not usually admitted to the grandstand enclosure at race fixtures, this embargo does not apply to hunt club meetings and therefor- they will be elidible for admission to (he lawn at the Pakuranga meeting on Saturday.
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UNLIKELY STARTER, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945
UNLIKELY STARTER Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945
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