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INCREASED STAKES

AUCKLAND CLUB'S DECISION The Mitchelson Cup, principal handicap at the spring meeting of the Auckland Racing Club on October 13. will be worth £2000. against £1500 last year. Other decisions made by the .committee yesterday were:— The stake for the Manukau Hurdles will be £7r>o, compared with £(>SO last year. It was decided to restrict the Gordon Handicap, the mile hack race, to three, four and five-vear-olds. The stake for the Clifford Plate', weight-for-age. one mile and a quarter, at the summer meeting, lias been raised from £1000 to >1250. All last season's officials have been reappointed.

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INCREASED STAKES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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INCREASED STAKES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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