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United Press Association —By ElectrU Tel e^raph—Copy righ t. 'Received April 27th, a.lO a.m.) LO.NUUX, April 2C. The following is tho result of the TWO XHuCaA-VD G of 100 soys each; second 400 eovs, ana third 200 sovg from stake. For three-year-olds. Colta list, fiines Bst alb. One ante. J. li. Joel's v c .Sunstar, by- Hundridge— Dor.s, -Jsi .. .. .. ..1 Lord Derby's eh c Stedfast, by Chaucer— Be Sure, Ost .. .. ..2 J. B. Joels b c Lvcaon. by Cvllene—La Vierge, »=t .. .. ' '.. .. 3 Tho Australian jockey, F. Wootton, rode Sttafast. 'Ihe Two Thousand Guineas is the first of the Kngii.sh classic races, and can generally be rehed upon to give & forecast oi Derby prospects. A.3 a two-year-old .SuiiFtar shewed excellent form, his wins including tho Exeter fctakes at IN'ewmarket, Intercut.caal Two-yoar-old Plate at Kemnton Park, and Hopeiul Stakes at Newmarket. Each of the placed horses claims engagement in the Derby, which will be decided on Wednesday, May 31st. REEFTO:* J.C.'S AUTU3IX MEETING. (PREoS ASSOCIATION TELKOBAII.) KEEFTOX, April 27. The Keefton Jockey tJiub's Autumn Meeting opened to-day. Heavy rain fell at intervals, but there was a lair attendance, and the iroin-r was good. Komi ltd: — SiTOKiS HANDICAP, ot 30 soys; five fur-longs—tierev.-ard, Sst bib, 1: Overheard, Vst yib (cvli. 7st tflb), 2. Katuj, Expansion, Uproa, L'Aiglon and MilJionairo ;i!.so started. Won by a lonirth. Tune, imin ssec. FLYING- HANDICAI», of 35 soys; sis furlonjrs—llillspnng, Bst 51b. 1; Ito, ia?t Gib, 2; North Pole, 9st tilb, 3- Won by a lengui and a half. Time, Imin 20 4-otli sec. I'ROGKESS TKOT, of 23 soys; one mile and a half—Malabar, 21sec, 1; Miss Vw.uwood, 23acc, 2; Mass rilack, Ssec, 3. Sixteen others started. Time, -limn li> 2-."th sec. AUTUMN HANDICAP, of 55 soys; nine furlongs—First View, 7ft, 1; Korth Pole, (Ist °lb 2; Shannon Lass, 3. Four others started. North' Pole led into the straight, but First View won by a neck. BOATMx\N'S HANDICAP, of 3a soys; six furlongs-Mangrove, 7st 3lb 1; rlil.spricfr, 83t lOib, 2; Montague 3st Mb, 3. \\\,n easily. Time, Imin 20 2-oth sec. GRAND STAND TKOX, cf 30 soys; two miS-MiM Wildwood, 31 Sf c, 1- Chip,, 20sec 2 Motor, scr, 3. Ten others started. V*ou by ci-ht lengths. Time, omm 43 4-»th sec. ni' F 1-TON PLATE, of 40 soys; seven furCornet. Iry, 2; Parallel, 3. "Time, lrnin 34aec. ORAIU S"POKTS CLUB. Tho Orari Sports Club's Annual Race Meetin" was held on the Orari racecourse yesterday There was fine wcatlier, and a fine attendance, but the going: was | somewhat heavy niiinir to TDCent TaiHS. KeSUltS'. JAP InESE HANDICAP, of 10 soys; four ftulon-Ustopmoter, lOst 31b. 1; Even Uave, SK alb 2; Seaside, Ost 7lb, 3. Fairy Benzie, Overland/and Kingsbury also started. Won by a dozen lengths. Time, 50 I.6th sec. ORARI HANDICAP, of 20 sov-s; one, milo -Santa Claus. Bst, 1; Freak Bst 13lb 2 Bombasts, Sst 9!b, 3. Grand Mfdalhon. Baj Lupin, and Lamerton also etarted. Won by three lengths. Time, Imm 48scc. Tho rider of Lamerton (Dowd) was thrown beforo and after tho race, breaking his collnrbono at the second fall. WINCHESTER TROT, of 13 soys; one mile—Lord Ashton, scr, 1; Lady Peralta, 2; Brookanno. 15sec, 3. Crown Prince. Ruapiena and Stanco also started. \\on by a neck. Time. 2min 32 2-sth nee. HACK HANDICAP, of 8 soys; five furlongs—Bell Grand. Bst, 1; Captain Wood. Bst 71b, 2; Raiuniakor, Sal 7lb, 3. Overland, Brass and Kingsbury also started. Won by two lengths. Time. Imin 6 2-sth sec. FLYING-HANDICAP, of 12 soys; sis furMedallion, Ost. 1 : Freak. Bst Gib, 2: Even Wave. Bst 121b. .1. Bolt from tho Blue and Bombnsfes nlso went to the post, but the latter rehi3od to start. Won by two ler»tbi. Time, Imin 20?ec. GERALDINE TROT, of 17 eovs; ono mile and a half—Brookanno, Msec, 1; Lord Ashton, ssee 2; Lndy Peralta, 17sco. 3. Princo TTenry Hilda, Ruapuna, nnd Stance also started. Won by six lengths. Time, 4min lOrec. FAREWELL HANDICAP, of 10 nova; five furlongs—Stepmeter, 10->t 21b. 1 : Bolt from the Blue, 9«t 7lb, 2: Giptnin Wo-d. 6st, 3. The only 'etartcrs. Won easily. Time. Imin ssec. TRENTHAM TRAINING NOTES. (PREB3 ASSOCIATION TPU.EGEAJt.) WELLINGTON, .April 27. Heavy rain fell laßt night and at intervals this morning. All horses worked outside tho courso proper. Altcar ran five furlongs in Imin ssec; Sharpshooter spurted half a mile, and Masterpiece was going better than Madam Madcap at the end ot cix furlongs in Imin 19sec. Laius easily beat Torbelle over a milo in Imin 54sec. Peireno, with a lightweight up, held Orton (H. Gray) safo over six fur'ongs from a practically standing start in Imin IS 3-6 th sec. Formby easily beat Woodhey over five furlong 3 m Imin 6Jsec. Danube (with a light-weight up), Vice-Admiral (H. Gray) and Directoire, broko away at the milo post. Vice-Admiral pulled off at tho homo turn, and Danube had no difficulty in bcatinc Directoire in Imin 47 3-sth sec. again pulling up sound. Equitas (L. Wilson) ran six furlongs in Imin 18sec. Sunburnt (H. Gray) was going better than Bandiera (lightweight tip) over six furlongs in Imin 17 4-3 th sec. Alter breakfast Gold Lace, with tho worst of tho weights, easily beat Effort over half a mile. Icel was too good for Septimus ovor cix furlongs in Imin 23sec. Iranui, with a .big advantage in weights, held Mira safe over six furlongs in Imin 19sec. Genius did a good working gallop, run over a mile. Sea Queen (light-weight up) finished well after going Eeven furlongs in Imin 33 l-sth sec. Boanerges (Oliver), assisted by Nyland, ran eeven furlongs in Imin 33'« cc, and finished resolutely, giving an attractive performance. Obsono (Jame3 Pine) ran fivo furlongs in Imin 5 4-sth sec.
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SPORTING., Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 14029, 28 April 1911
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