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SPORTING.

NORTH OTAGO J.C.'S WINTER MEETING. (srECIAL TO ''the press.") i in, v ~ OAALAiiU, May 20. ' li • C ctago J.C.'S Winter Meeting j F® l *™ m fine weather, but a strong south- | mu -de it co.d for those standing about, j lfi-a attendance wis fair, but owing to the ausencc ol good claas horses, the betting was j not as spirited as it migut have been. Tho r°?m< at ,°f handled 10s, as against — -3,031 103 for the first dav last year. l\osuits:— * J EMPIRE HURDLES HANDICAP, of 150 sovs; second 30, third 15. I'm. 1. F. Shaw's ch g Jack Symons hv'Handsome Jack—Lady Symons aged 10 11 . . T - Ruthvcn 1 I a. j. j. Adams s cii g Bairnsdaie Gyrs 9 ! „ _> _ Tj • S. Walls 2 -" T. Hogan sb m Calma 6yrs 10 2 „ t,,., , . W. Robinson 3 G wild Pilgrim 10 5 J. McChesnev; 4 John Barleycorn 10 4 W. Feilding; 5 S'pyglass 9 I ear. 9 Gh L. Hagerty: 7 Darkv Sain 9 W. Scobio; and 8 Speed King 9 W. Weir also started. Darky Sam led with Bairnsdaie and John Bar.eyeorn from Jack Symons. This order was maintained for thro? furlong 3. Jack Symons then ran to the front, and went on to win easily by four lengths from Bairnsdaie. Calma \va3 two lengths awny third; Six lengths clear of Spyghiss and Darky Sam, ' wi:o finished together. Time, 2m 235. Winner bred by J. GaEney, and trained by o-vr.er. REDCASTLE WELTER HANDICAP, of 150 roys ; &rcond ".0, third 15. Gf. 1. R E. Hall's b g Will Oakland bv Finland—Trebelli -tyrs 9 8 E. S. Bagby 1 2. R. McKay's b g Orange Bitters Svrs 8 13 H. Young 2 5. T. Sheenan's b h Nautical syrs 9 1 H. Donovan 3 0 Jlytl o'ory 9 9 T. Humphris: i 0 Killiney 9 2 L. Rolands; 4 Pes 8 5 R. Roed; 8 The Btes. 6 3 A. Ellis; 9 Red Pal 8 2 I. C. Tilson; 3 Lima 8 2 A. H. Wilson; and 7 Lady Pallr.B 8 G. Young also started. Will Oakland jumped out well clear of Orange Bitters and Mythology, and won easily by four lengths from Orange Bitters, who was two lengths in front of Nautical. Lady Pallas was a. poor fourth, and Mythlogy fiith. Time, lm 17s. Winner bred' by T H. Lowtv, and trained by R. Ellis. OAMARU CUP HANDICAP, of 250 eovs; second 50, third 25. lm. 3. J. G. Emslie's b h Burrangonsf by Mystification—Stepdaughter Gyrs 7 13 G. Yorung 1 4 T. Deegan's b S Kilkeo Gyrs 8 1 I. C. Tflson 2 5. A. McDonald's b m Torfrida. 4yrs 8 2 E. S. Bagby 3 10 Meleo 813 R C. N. Reod; 9 Eorke's Drift 8 9 F E. Jones; 2 Almoner 8 G R. Reed; 11 Jock 8 F. McKay; 1 Oav© Rock 7 11 car. 7 13 C. Emerson; 6 Linden 7 10 car. 7 ll A. H. Wilson; 8 Sisyphus 7 D. Hall; and 7 Clavcrhouso 7 T. Metcalf also started. Torfrida led from Almoner, Kilkee, and Bxirrangong, with Cave P.ock next. In tho straight Torfrida collnpaod. and Bnrrnngong 'rent on to win easily by three lengths from Kilkee, who was tiro lengths in front of Torfrida. Clavcrliouss was fourth. Time, lm 41 2-ss. Winner bred by G. Hunter, and trains! bv A. Melyor. NORTH OTAGO STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, of 250 eovs; second 50, third 25. About 3m. 2. E. J. Mae<wy'e ch g Kaupolromui by Coronet—Bay King mare etM 11 2 T. Humphris 1 1. F. Biel's ch s» Arlington aged 11 13 B S. Walls 2 3. Baird and Bcgg*s b g Pallndio 11 6 J. McChosnoy 3 4 Golden Ert-eo 9 13 A. McMnllan; 5 Blazeawn v 9 7 L. Hngertv; and 6 Tokcmairiro 9 7 L. Rolands also started. Blazoavrav rnndo tlio nTnTiiniS' from Golden Rupee, Pnllndio. Arlington, and Kaupoko- , nui. Golden Eupee fell at the second j fence, and Tokomniriro ran off a milo from j home. B'.azcawav fell tliree fonces from | tlie post, leaving Kaunokmui to oanter homo i an easy winner, ten lengths' in front of Ar- : iington, with Palladio two lengths behind : him. Hagerty re-mounted Blazeaway and ; completed the courpo. Time, 5m 28 2-ss. Winner trained by S. Trilford. TEIAL PLATE, of ISO fovs; eecond 26, third 13. sf. 2. H. Wood!ey\i oh g Bengeroop by Calibre—Alumini Cyrs 8 7 VI. Eobinson 1 1. A. F. Roberts's b g Charleroi aged 8 7 R. S. Bagby 2 3. A. S. Elwoithy's br g Pomposo TiTi- 8 7 R. Mackie 3 5 Sherlock 8 7 A. ETKt; and 4 Paddy's Hone 7 7 car. 7 12 J Beard also started. Pompn-so and Paddy's Hope W1 to the foot of tho hill, wliei.o Charleroi tock charge, but failed to stall cfl a fiom Bengeroop, who won by half a length from tho favourite. Poinpo-ro wm third, two lengths away, junt clear of Paddy's Hope. _ Time, lm 3 2-ss. AVinner bred by J. Grigg and trnincl bv 'P. T. Ho.«an." STEWARDS' HANDICAP, of 200 eovs; sovs; second 40, tliitrd 20. f>f. 2. B. Mcl Cay's ch g Endial by All Black— Rod -.erina ayrs 913 .. JJ. Young 1 5. R. C. Gillies's. br g Mortham Eyrs 8 12 T. Humphri3 2 4. J. McCorabe's b g Pyjama aged 7 3 car. G 12 .. .. C. Lansdown 3 1 Murihiku 8 9 R. S. Bagbv coupled with Killala 8 7 G. Young; G Hot Air 7 13 A. H. Wilson; and 3 Sleepy Head 7 7 A. Ellifl also started. A bad ctart saw Hot Air left. Murihiku led from Mortham, with Radial next, and Killala and Pyjama. together last. A furlong from tho post Radial came on and won easily by a length from Mortham, who was a length in front of Pyjama. Murihiku was e h.ead away fourth. Time, lm 15 l-os. Winner bred by late J. Buckley, and trained

bv owner. FERNBROOK HANDICAP, of 146 sovs; second 50, third 15. 7f. 2. F. Mooro's br g Marching 1 Order by Soldier's Chorus—Order 4yw 8 13 " G. Young 1 1. T. Slioenan's br h Nautical syrs 8 5 car. 8 G .. .. 11. Donovan 2 ! 3. T. Russell's cli f Miss Camouflage 3vis 8 9 .. R. S. Bagby 3 4 Martifors S 5 W. Robinson; 5 All Serene 7 11 F. Woo:ls; G Tunic 7 oar. 72$ A. Ellis; and 7 Carmine 7 car. 6 9 D. Gunn also started. Tunic and Martifois led from Miss Camouflage and Marching Order, wilh All Sereno last. At tho foot, of the hill Marching Order and Nautical drew out, and a great race saw Marching Order win by a head.

Mis 3 Camouflage was four lengths away third. Time, lm 29 4-5.;. Winner bred by owner, and trained by W. McKay. ' Tho stipendiary steward called the comn.'it tee together to coi>siclor 11 case of bumping. After hearing tho evidence, the dividend was paid out on tho winner, but G. Young.was cautioned. ACCEPTANCES FOR TO-DAY. THE SHORTS ,of 130 sovs; 6pecial weights; 6f—lunisfallen, Charlcroi', Pomposo, Lady Alurkliope, i J ai.«iv'a lio^e. WAITANGI HAN 131 CAP, of 145 sovs; ©f— Will Oakiand 10 3; i'limum a U; Mythology 3 13; O ran go Bitters 8 11; Irish Elegance 8 9; Miss Camouflage 8 8; lviliiney 8 3; Pax 7 7; Lima 7 3. PREbIuENTS HANDICAP, of 200 eovs; lm—Burrangong 8 12; Melee 8 10; Kilkeo 8 4; Almoner 8 3; Cove Rock 7 10; All Ready 7 9; Linden .7 7; Claverhouse 7; Sisyphus 7. ELDERSLIE STEEPLECHASE, of 200 sovs; about 3m—liaupokoiiui 11 13; Palladio 10 11; Stone Ginger 10 11; Golden Rupeo 9 11; Blazeaway 9 7; Tokomairir© 9 7. JUMPERS' FLAT HANIJiCAP, of 150 sovs; 1 lm—Kilboyne 11 2; Jack Svmons 10 8; John Barleycorn 10 5; King Star 10 3; Spyglass 9 13; Calma 9 9; Lady Penza 9 4; Darky Sam 9.

TE PUKE WELTER, of 145 eovs; 7f— Orange Bitters 9 4; Nautical 9 2; All Serene 8 4; Bengoroop 8 4; Tho Boss 8; Lima 8; Tunic 8; Carmine 8. MEMBERS' HANDICAP, of 200 eovs; 6f— Mortham 8 I*2: Murihiku 8 5; Kilalla 8 4; KilJvee 8 3; Sleepy Head 7 2; Pyjama 7; Ardmore 7; Mythology 7; Thestius 7. WANGANUI J.C.'S WINTER MEETING. (rEESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAM.) WANGANUI, May 20. Cold, boisterous wiaflier pievailed for the opening day of the Wanganui Jockey Club's Winter Meeting. There was a good attendance. The totalisator handled £37,777 as against £39,823 on the first day last year. Re-suits: — BOROUGH HANDICAP, of 400 eovs; 6f —S Missgold 6 12 Carmont 1; 10 Egmont Park G 9' S. Andrewson 2; 4 Ruddy 7 10 B. Morris 3. 3 Bind!© 9 2; 80-Pcep 8 12; 0 Jutlar.-l S 6; 1 Kinsem 7 1: 5 Matatane 7; G Income 6 12; and 7 Lady General 6 7 also started. Won by a neck; a head between second and third. Time, lm 15 4-3s. HACK STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, of 200 sovs; 2m—4 Sir Donald 9 S A. Lawrence t and 3 Ngakanui 10 13 A. Ward -f; 1 Luke W. Bowden 3. 8 Gaekwar 10 10; 5 Master Webster 10 10; 2 First Call 10 7; 9 Cheddar 9 7: G Silent Dick 9 7; and 7 Xefische 9 7 also started. A race resulted in a dead heat, Luke being four lengths awav third. Time, 4n 13 2-ss. ! WANGANUI STEKPLECHASE, of 750 sovs; 3m—s First Lino 9 9 J. Kaan 1; i 3 Wirokino 10 W. Bowdon 2; 2 Gladful 11 3-' Preston 3. 1 Maraetotara 10 13; 4 Pol- J :hojT:e 10 2; G SileTus 9 9; and 7 Man- : hntton 3 7 also started. Won by five lengths; ! third horse two and a half lengths away. Polthogue fell. Time, Gm 23 2-5«. I KAITOKE HACK HURDLE HANDICAP, of 200 sovs; l;m —S Paddinjrton Grec-n J !) 6 W. Bov.-itn 1: C Master Boris 0 E. 1 Copc-slake 2; 3 Cello 9 3 J. Ka-jn 3. A 9 18; 1 Toaterc 8 11; 5 Gold Scult 3 11: 8 Binojue 3; 2 Nogunbo 9; <aul 7

i Combustion 9 also 6ta-rted. Won by half ja length: five lengths dividing second and ! third. Time, Sm I CENTURY HURDLE HANDICAP, of i 500 60vs; 2im —2 9 S O. Feilding >1; 1 Omnhu 10 11 A. McPom!d 2: 3 Gold- ! stream H. Burt 3. 7 Kauri King 10 13; 5 j Lord Nagar 10 6; 4 Zola 10 6; 6 Zens 9 3; and 8 Applaud 9 also started. Won by thre? length"; GoMstrcnm a poor third. Zens and Lord Nagar fell. Time, 4m 3 I l-ss. i CONNOLLY HANDICAP, of 400 rovs; lima Marqueteur 9 2 H. Gray 1: 1 Rndo M. McCarton S 10 2; 2 Pi:nkn 7 13 A. 13. 3 Maioha S 9; G I>~predaiion S3: 6 j All Over S; 4 Simon 6 12; 7 Detroit G 10: I and 8 Haversack G 7 also started. Won by > inches, with Punka a length away third. Tim's 2m 15 "-ss. PURL 7 A HACK FLAT HANDICAP, of 200 sevs; lm and UOvrls—l Tame Fox 9 S M. McCnrt-m 1: 9 Miss'nTvi 7 7 2; S Possin' Through 7 12 3. 7 Fli?]:t Commander 8 U: 3 Crucolle S 2: 2 Rebuff 7 13: 4 Per.ona 7 11; 5 Mi:ri-Te S: G Farce 7 10; 10 Swcot ; Song 7 10; 11 Whi?" 8.-.rg: 12 Mis? Love : 7 3; 14 Ei!ji 7 7: 13 Some Fashion 7: and 15 Rekapoto 7 a'so =t;;rtxl. Won by a length; three lengths between second and third. Time, lru 55 S-ss. "WEIGHTS FOR SECOND DAY. WINTER OATS, of 330 sovs; Gf—Parisian Diamond 9 3; Bindle 9; 80-Peep S 10; Torfrida 8 6; Demagogue S 4; Jutland S 3; Esthonia 8 3; Kuddy S; ilksgold 7 12; (Depredation 7 11; Snntorini 7 2; Kinsein 7 1; Matatano 7; Yasilkov 7; Egmont Park G 12; Income G 12; Admyra 6 10; Lady General 6 9; Nemalino 6 7; American Beauty 6 7; Prince Charleroi G 7. | BALGOWNIE HACK HANDICAP, of 200 ■sovs; lm and a distance—Tame Fox 10 4; Simon 9 G; Valencia- 8 8: Flight Co'rmamlor ! 8 4; Mfesland 8; Cnicelle 7 13; Molyr.oux I 7 13; R:bufi 7 11: Pepsin 7 11; Oak Abbey 7 11; Mimire 7 11; Willys Knight 7 8; Empyrean 7 6; Futcc 7 G: No Bother 7 5: Sweet Song 7 4; Whizz Bang 7 3; Acliilleon 17 2: Riouzi 7; Diek 7; Eiki 7; Guiarifonn 7: Pomoua 7; Prodigal 7; Some Fashion 7; Marshal Neil 7; Reka;;oto 7; Better Luck Ben Bolt 7: Kafour 7. GI?AND STAND STEEPLECHASE, of 500 sovs; 2im—iLifter Strowan 12 2; Old Mungindi 12; Coalition 11 13: Gladful 11 7; Sir Solo 11 7; Gang Awa 11 5: Yankee Jack II 2; Focman 11 1: Luke 11 1: Maraetotara 10 I'i; Battletide 10 11: First Lino 10 11; Wirikino 10 8; Marconi 10 8; Zeus 10 3; Poltliogue 10 1; Guanaco 10 1; Khartoum 10; Chillies 9 10; Master Webster 9 7; First Call 9 7; Paul Moore 9 7; Cheddar , 9 7. Gaekwar 9 7; Sir Donald 9 7; Sandy Paul 9 7; Slunix 9 7; Sandringham 9 7; Tirau 9 7; Manhattan 9 7; pawerewcre 9 7; Saida 9 7: Sail Home 9 7; Tarero 9 7; Army Service 9 7; >'bfisehe' 9 7: Kurnalpi 9 7. RATA HACK HURDLES, of 200 sovs; lm sf—Lochclla 12 4; Sweet Tiprornry ll 3; Al] Over 11 3; Protty Bobby 10 10; Risingham 10 8; Paddington Green 10 8; Retard 10 4; Tempo 10 1; Army Fervico 10: Gold Soult 9 11; Vigilo 9 11; Master Boris 9 9; Steven !) 8; Tonte-" 9 8; A ,v nlarid 9 8: Cello 9 4; Rienzi 9 3; Cadet 9; BanoTUa 9; Ncgambo 9; Boombala 9; Yucatan 9; Revocation 9; Warform 9; Huarenga 9; Vocopoto 9; Marshal Noil 9; Malingerer 9; Toddy 9; Kautahoe 9; Better Luck 9; Combustion 9; Gotlia 9; Gunwale 9; Hupana 9; Student 9. MAY HURDLES, of 850 eovs; 11m—Sir Solo 11 3; Omahu 11 3; Kauri King 10 11; Lochella 10 10; Zola 10 6; Coldstream 10 5; Yonkoo Jack 10 5; Lord Nagar 10 4; Maraetotara 10 4; Seadown 10 1; Luperino 9 13; All Talk 9 12; All Over 9 11; Sweet Tippers.ry 9 11; Endure 9 10; Exploror 9 10; Want 9 9; Marconi 9 9: Harbour LiVht 9 7; Zeus 9 6; Cadet 9; Chillies 9; Jackaboo 9. EMPIRE HANfDICAP, of 350 sovs; lm and a distance—Marqueteur 9 10: Rud» 9 1; Imaribboro 8 10; Lovematch 8 10; Maioha 87; Esthonia 84; Demagogue 8 4; Dusdty E|ve 8 3; Depredation 8 2; Punka 7 13; Omahu 7 11; Torfnda 7 9; Perfect Day 1 7; Risingham 7 4; Missgold 7 4; Blue Cross 6 11; Demos 6 11: Hookah 6 9: Arrowfield 6 9; Simon fi 9; Detroit 6 7: Tiranga G 7; | Tirana G 7; Otauru Kid 6 7; Haversack G 7; I Sj'corax G 7; Isingarcli G 7; Sweet Song [67; Consultation G 7. ! FAREWELL HACK HANDICAP, of. 200 ! sovs; Gf—Vasilkov 97; Income 95; Admyra '9 3; Parorangi 8 10: Sir Fanciful 8 9; Gen- ! orali c simo 8 8: Marble Bar 8 6 : Flight Commander 8 5; Kilbeggan 8 4; Nemalino 8 2; Crueelle 8 l; Pnssin' Through 8: Arch Lassie 8: American Beauty 8: Flvin.tr MasW 7 13; Big Push 7 12; Oak Abbey 7 11; Formalin 7 10: Penona 7 9; Farco 7 8: Timidity 7 7; Missiovo 7 5; Restful 7 3; Prinoesa Manon 7 1; Eiki 7; Gay Patron 7: Yeoman 7; Martian Miss 7; Stirrup Cno 7; Mida 7: Patron Erin 7: Gnv L">dy 7: M"rfthr<n 1; Pomona 7; Administration 7; Kaimotu 7; Prodigal 7; Cmr'trv Air 7: Sr-"i-> Fashion 7: 7; Jolly Coce 7; Vaiancre 7; Avanti 7; Misa Gazalie 7; Student 7. THE ENGLISH DERBY. TETRATEMA STILL FAVOURITE. LONDON, May 8. The rex novations on the Derbv, which is to be ry>' on Juno 2nd, are still headed by Major O. McCa.lmont'sbrc Tetratema, by The Tetrarcli—Scotch Gift, who remntly won tho Two Thonpand Guin"as. Ho is at a short figure. Mr W. Eanha/el's bo Allenby, • by Ba-') -Tagalie. follows at i nearly * - ic> the od Is, while tho third one i in tho bettin?—Mr J. Buchanan's kt c Sar- j chedon, by The Tetran-h—Perfect Peadh, is separated by a much bigger margin. ; Among the oth~r Derby cnn-lidatc3 onoted are Lord Zetland's b c Dynamo, by Tiirbine —Amore, nnd Crpt.nin O. b c Sskmkop, by Spearmint—Hammerkop, both being at outbade prices. Spinnkop was a consistent, but -unlucky, performer last season. He ran six t.imes, and was second on five I occasions and once third. Tho others wero all winners at tv?o-y~?TS-old. Allenby won onoe, and Dynamo, Sarchedon, and tema five tiineb each, the last-named going through hi 3 engagements without a defeat. HIGH-PRICED THOROUGHBRED. LONDON, May 19. Sir Tarrant has purchu»?d for 8000 guineas Our Stephen, named after Stephen Dono- ' ghue, the iockev. The horse won the Great j Northern Handicap at York, worth £3SO, j-es- ; terday, beating Keysoo, t.he St. Leger win2?er, which was the only other starter. Our Stephen is shortly going to India.

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