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SPORTING.

RACING AND TROTTING NOTES. (BT "Looker-0N.") Owing to telegraph interruptions the time for receiving final payments and acceptances in. connexion with tho Canterbury. Jockey Club's Meeting has been extended till noon, to-day. The outside of the course proper at Biccarton was open for fast work yesterday morning. The going was heavy owing to the heavy rain that fell during tho night, but it improved as the day advanced, and was much faster after breakfast than before. Mazama galloped a mile in Imin 45 S-sth sec without any bdther, and Gloaming did a working gallop over six furlongs, and though not asked for his best made good time. Sasanof covered three-quarters of a mile easily in lmin 22sec. wrestler, who was as- ! sisled over tho last part, covervU 6ix turlongs in lmin 19aeo. He showed great brilliancy over tho first few furlongs, but was stopping at tho end. A race would have improved aim. Heathercote, with Happy Captain .. to bring him home, galloptd threequarters of a mile in lmin 19 2-stk sec, whil© Sir Fanciful beat Hiero easily over tho same journey in lmin 21 2-sth sec. Hiero's showing wae poor. Good Day wa3 never off the bit while sprinting half a mile with Taunoha. Tho Stewards' Handicap candidate pleased all who saw tho gallop. Hc_ will be ridden by Bagby. Michaela and Linden were not troubled to cover six furlongs in lmin 20sec, while Majestikoff, looking well, covered five furlongs in lmin 6 3-sth sec, a performance that Claverhouse immediately eclipsed by running it in lmin 5 4-sth sec. Dusky Eve did not lose any friends in the Cup by tho manner in which he galloped' twolv® furlongs by himself. He reached the quarter in 28sec, half in 55s ec, six furlongs lmin 23sec, mile lmin 51sec, and full journey in 2min 48 3-sth sec. Croesus mado Nystad look poor class over half a mile, jTJtruns it in 51 4-Rth sec, Kyatad's timo being 53sec. Then Detroit was given a working gallop over seven lui.iongs, and Client sprinted the last few furlongs of a circuit. Acre's snrint over three-quarters of a mile in lmin" 21 l-6th seo, was done without an effort, while WinteT Cherry beat Punka, who was in one of her strang© moods, by fifty yards over a mile, which she ran in lmin .49 3-sth sec. Tremens, who was easily too good for Braid over six furlongs, in lmin 19sec, will carry the stable's colours in the Stewards* Handicap, and Braid will start in the Spring Stakes. Two I* ortli Island visitors, in First Salute and Arch Salute, iApressed by the style in which they finished a half mile that took 50 4-sth sec. Canamana was a shade too good for Calauria at tho end of half a mile, run in 52sec, and Varnish got to the end of seven furlongs nicejy in lmin 35seo. The easy manner in which Hymestra covered six furlongs in lmin 20 4-sth sec, was reassuring to his admirers. The gallop that' created most interest during the morning was a bout amongst Killard, Cvnic, Margerme and Iv.ilrush over twelve furlongs, with Kories DrUt joining, in over the last ten. Killard made the running for nine furlong 3 with the rest close up. Then Kilritsh took charge and came home an easy winner by a clear length from Borke's Drift. Cynic was a similar distance away third," Killard as far away, similar fourth, with Marcerine. last. Kilrush had a little the best of the wei-bta, but there was not a great deal between the five of thtm, and ,the Kilbroney good work is likely to make him a staunch favourite for the Cup. Borkc * Drift Cyruc and Killard were all domff their W but Margerine was always well. Tli«j were—Quarter 28sec, half 5o 2-sth sec, six furlongs lmin 22« ec, mile lmin 49 3-sth sec, mile and a halt 2min 45 s«. A number of two-vear-olds were. galloped down tho straight without attempting to make tune. Sn "b galloped a mile in lmin 51see, and Scornful hail a working gallop over ten furAfter the breakfast interval Ascalaphus, brought home by Hylans, covered «ven furP ro r? -„ Im : n 34 i-sth see. and ''id i». woil. tkl CaDoer Fabisco, and Hoorabb© followed furlongs in' lmin wi'h little 2 ? iVtnm and Daytimo covered the saroo -JrimiiT W l-sth fioc. Killjoy ehowed soeei 'han Glendower over the first more furlong gallop, but Glen.part of a « front in lmin 32 3-sth s"c. dower ij r) respectively, n j furlon°s in 53 3-sth sec and 52 covered four Iwlonga doing his best to beat 4-5 th see. in 51 8-Sth seo, Ownfcopoov second longer over while too tho aanie J* & lm in 19 3-sth sec, galloped *£ ♦«Vine lmin 54 l- 51 ? 6C< j- r- ia ° 31 . ?nd d MeU°S4d E ton> P Weilington 'yesterday fillice' Nantvilk and Up are both sore, and are very doubtful I starters at th© Meeting. A. Keid has been engaged to nde in the Stewards' Handicap, and B. Deeley [will steer' Demos. .

Bronk Delaval is a doubtful starter in the New Zealand Cup, while Mill o' Gowrie will bo the only representative of R. Hiinnon s stable racing at Riccarton next week.. Ingodo, by Stepniak—Armigera who is now at the etad in Australia, has a colt to Comedy Kin?. Australian exchanges state that ther© is a movement on foot to do away tho Proprietary Racing Clubs in Queensland, but .they appear to consider that tho good work ■will not bo accomplished, as.tho people in*, forested in these clubs are very powerful. The Dunedin Jockey Club are considering the idea of raising their stakes all round for the Cup Meeting in February, and so catering for a better class of horse than, is usually Been at Wingatui. Sydney sporting writers assert that the totalisator bu-ldin?s already in cxistenco at Randwick are not capable of handling tne business to be don©* The North Otat?o Jockey Club are coining into line with the Southland Club, and as a start have decided to raise the va '™; f* principal race at their Aew "i ear Meeting to X6OO It will be run over seven furlongs. The four-year-old mare Diadem, bv Orby— Donnetta, is regarded as one ,°L{or verv brilliant seen in Lngland lor i many years, , A Melbourne message dated October -3 th gave Risingham as an acceptor forthe Mel- ' fcourne Cup, and another one published j es *Sv announced that the rolt W. been scratched. The forfeit on Melbourne Cup was paid to the C J C on 16th October, and remitted by Siemafl clorin* that day. It should have arrived in Melbourne about ten day a (By "Searchlight.") The large track at Addington was closed yesterday owing to the overnight rain, and what little work was accomplished was done on the training track. Amongst those doners who put in an appearance were W. Smith, A. Cox, C. James, T. G. Fox, J. McDermott, W. Moody, E. Berry, J. "Wright, G. Roberteon, G. Anderson, and V. Alborn. 1 Tho Canterbury ar , k .. T F ottl^|- n ? 1 decided to again distribute o0 ° T , f ° r Summer Meeting, on January Ist. Tho promra? to similar to that of last year, with the exception of the Champion Handicap, the time of-which hae been, reduced, from 4.36 to 4.35 or better. . Strateev and Brown's Nugget, in w. Smith's "stable, are unlikely starters at Addington next week. Waterfall, ownerl by the North Is-and sportsman Mr R. B. WUkie, has foaled a filly to Hal Zolock, and will visit him again. Mr R. M. Morten's Prince Imperial mare, who has a foal at foot to Four Chimes, is I to be mated with Harold Mloa thifl My Mistake, the dam of Sungod, is aiso booked to the same sire. ~ Tho Ashburton sportsman Mr H. F. ft wou has decided to reduco his team, and is offering for private sale several useful mtuden pacers and trotters at present in work under tho care of D. Warren. Mr J. Cameron has decided to mate his mare Galindo Lou (4.40) with the imported eire Harold Dillon. CAMBRIDGESHIRE STAKES. (By Cable.—Pre»» Association.— Copyright. (Received October 31st, 7.45 P-M-) LONDON, October 31. The xaoo for the Cambridgeshire Stakes resulted :— 1 Zinovia •• •• " n Danseilon. •• •• "3 Irish Elegance' ■■ , • j Thjrrc were 22 starters. Won by a head. FLEMTNGTON TRAINING NOTES. (By Cable.—Press Association.— Copyright) MELBOURNE. October 31. The weather was fine for training at Flemtfie grass in Kennaquliair beat farlonga in l®m <Jsisec. . _ \irloncs in Marella and Gadabout did s'sec and Cetigne eight in lmin Camp Out beat Kilflinn First Opeon in the best ten to ongs of the mora»ing in 2min lftwc. Ashview did tho fastest mile, taking linin 42isec. ELLERSLIE TRAINING NOTES. (PBESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAM.) AUCKLAND, Octobcr 31. The weather was fine for training oper*tious at Ellerslie this morning. Ail We work was done outside the course proper, whioli was very heavy, • Colonel Soult beat Bedford over longs in lmin 2Ssec. Bioomine was gems , easier than Sir Ralph over seven which took lmin 43 4-sth sec. Windorah W. : Arch Lassie over six furlongs, the ]our ?i y taking lmin 27seo. Cardrona cast four furlongs behind in SGsoc. _ Mcltonio boatAl. Talk in a brush over six furlongs lrmn 21 4-sth aeo, Flowing Bowl essistmg over the last four. All Over, Tit Willow, and Kipling were in that coder ®t the end of bix j

furlongs in lmin 27seo. Mullingar, with the assistance of Shining ' Light _ over the first fivo furlongs, did a round in $min Gold Plain boat Binkop over four furlongs in 56 2-sth sec, and Principal Lady «iasily held Multiplane over the same distanco, taking 56sec. Gaiiquo, with the assistance of Pandemos over tho last four, threw iieven furlongs behind in lmin 37 3-sth sec, a good gallop. t After .breakfast the track was drier. Prince Charleroi covered three furlongs. _ Elocution beat Piraeus over seven furlongs .in lmin SS9CC. Gaycium did five furlongs in lmin Usee. Glnterreno jumped the big fences in good style. Parorangi, Mistian, Form Up, Cyrisian, Mandrake, Tigritiya, Gatherer, Vagabond, War March, and Hetana arrived last nigrht. WINTON J.C.'S ANNUAL MEETING. ■ (PRESS ASSOCIATION TKLEGRAM.) . INVERCARGILL, October 31. The following, handicaps have been declared for tha opening day of the Winton J.C.'s annual meetirfg:— TRIAL HANDICAP STAKES, of 90 sovs; six furlong®—MatiMa 9; Red Tape 8 10; Turton 8 10; Fabianus 8 8; Calma 8 8; Red Eagle 8 8; Lady Pallas 8 8; Staff Officer 8 8; Martifors 8 8; Pleasureform 8 8; Mirza 8 8; Clothilde 8 8; BJazeaway 8 8; Dtwpallion 8 8; Silver King 8 8; Etta 8 8; Cattach 8 8; Goodstart 8 8; First Officer 8 & (Admiral Talbot not eligible). HOKONUI TROT (in "harness), of 140 sovs; smin . claea—Black Yet scr; Sir Gavin ss; Stockade 6s; Dandy Chimes 6s; Calliope 8s; Matty's Boy 8s; Sobnquette 9s; Gladiola 10s; Marvello 10s; Barooga 10s; Odd Socks lis; War Chimes 12&; Lady Wild 12s; Wollacetown 12s; Seward Spot 12s; Cross Battery 12s; Solace 12s; Minimax 12s; Lucky Prince 12s. "WINTON STAKES HANDICAP, of 200 sov3; one mile and a quarter—Sam:.el 9; Gunrest 89; All Ready.B 5; Hiahwater 84; AycliSe 84; Fleetham 81; Don Pacifico 81; Tin Soldier 7 13; Kilkoo 7 11; Awahou 7 7; Borodino 7 7; Jock 7 3; Takedown 7; Vocation 7. WINTON STAKES HANDICAP, of 200 sovs; six furlongs—PalJah 8 5; Flag Lieutenant 8 2; Red Admiral 8 2; Queen'» Gift 32; ch gby Pallas 82; Marching Order 82; b g by Pallas—Allstone 8 2; b p by Soldiers' Chorus—Seekashore 8 2; Admirer 8; Hinekura 8; ■ Typist 8; Acolyte 8; CaJlbird 8; Blue Gauntlet 8; Tatt-on 8; Turtle 8; b f by Vice-Admiral—Rosebloom 8; b f by Bug Gauntlet—Black and Red mare 8. FLYING' HANDICAP, of 130 sovs ; six furlongs—Btiller 9 7; Palamon 8 8; Benefit 8 6; Glensponse 8 4; Golden King 8 4; Kilbrogan 8 3; Helicon 8 2; Kauwhero 7 12; Kilkee 7 11: Redshire 7 11; Bon 7 11; Zephland 7 9; Borodino 7 6; Rokolaine 7 5; Bonally 6 10. STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, of 130 eovs; two miles and a half—Sylvia 11 6; Zarkoma 11 5; Silver Spire 10 13; Glenthorpo . 10 13* Palladio 10 7; Chappal Moh 10 7; Prairie Fire 10 5; Graf tell a. 10 1; P-aerless 10; Rolling Tide 9 12; The Douce 9 10; Wairaki 97; Walrus 9 7; Dardanelles 9 7; it. Pedro 9 7; Glengirl 9 7. OTOPIRI TROT (in saddle), of 110 eovs; on© mile and a half—McConnaoliie scr; Koahine Is; Roll Up 8s; Young Edith 13s; The Tank 13s; Evening Chmies 13s; Royal Hope 14s; Tahiti 14s; Lady Mac 15«; Barkly 15s; Young Wear 7 15s; Stoker 16a; Moone? 17s; The Gunner 17s; Hect-dalo 17s; Blue Chimes 17s; Lenemhor 17s; J aponica, 17s; Freetradi 17a; Kapuka Lftss 17s; Captain Hector 17s; Brooklyn Chimes 17s; Eppie A< TRADESMEN'S HACK HANDICAP, of 110 eovs; seven furlongs—Ayeliffe 9 7; Burrangong 9 4; Fleetham 9 4; Tin Soldier 9 2; Radial 9 1; Kilkee S 13; Achilleus 8 8; Orderdown 8 6; Admiral Taibot 85; -Lrroneous 8 4; Kilmeedy S 2; Glenwood 7 12; Thistlecrown 7 12; Cannot 7 8; Muesrulnaan 7 7; Matilda 7 6; Turton 7 4; BonaUy , 2; Lady Edith 7; Goodstart 7; First OiEcer /; Cattach 7.

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SPORTING., Press, Volume LIV, Issue 16358, 1 November 1918

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