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SPORTING.

Nominations f or the Hororata E.C.'a Annual Meeting close this evening at • 5 o'clock.

Nominations for the Feilding J.C.'e Easter Meeting close to-night at 8.30 o'clock.

Nominations for the minor events at the Auckland R.C.'s Autumn. Meeting close at 5 o'clock this evening, and first forfeits are due at the same time for the Great Northern Champagne, Oaks, and St. Leger Stakes. Pitprop, who showed good form at the last New Zealand Cup Meeting, but unfortunately went wrong in the race for the Jockey Club Handicap, wi 1 be fired and kept out in the paddock until tb.9 spring. The son of Newmarket and Ritbrow Lass has apparently recovered from his mishap, but ho is to be given every chance '■■ Dutch Courage has recently been put into work, and looks well. The remaining member of R. Alexander's team, the two-year-old filly Ardour, is going on the right way, and growing even more like her aire, Gay Lad. Fire Eater is in great buckle for the serious part of his preparation for winter racing, and tha promising young 'chaser should again be seen to advantage this season. Granely, tho winner of the Lincolnshire Handicap, is one of H. Cottrill's largo team, and a stable-mate of the original top-weight, Leighton, who did not survive the first acceptance. Granely was not mentioned m the early review of the handicap, and although Cottrill had six horses left in after the defection of Leighton, Volunteer and Humpty Durapty were the only two names mentioned as possible winners. Granely wae unplaced in his three races last season, the Two Thoueand Guineas, Derby, and a Maiden Tbree-Year-Old Plate at Hurst Park. Monarch, the second horse in the Lincolnshire Handicap, was one of the best three-year-olds last season, and is a. half-brother to the 1919 Lincoln v'inner Royal Bucks, by Buckwheat, now ia Australia. Monarch won only two races, but in the first of them he defeated an edds-on favourite in Diadem in the Rous Memorial Stakes at Ascot and in the second he defeated a moderate-sized field in the St. George Stakes at the Liverpool Summer Meeting. Monarch was unplaced in the Two Thousand Guineas, but was placed on four occasions in the best company. When the last mail left England, there was surprise expressed in some circles that Roman Bachelor was left in tha Lincolnshire Handicap at all, aud the Newmarket correspondent of ''Sporting Life" stated that it was doubtful if the Horse could be got ready ia that time. That he was fairly well forward in condition is shown by bis finishing well up in third place. "Vigilant," of the "Sporting Times," took tho opposite view, and said that $o long as Roman Bachelor wag in the race he was entitled to respect. Roman Bachelor has had a restricted racing career, but in the first of his two stalls last season he defeated a useful field in the Southern Stakes at Lingfield, amongst those that were unplaced being Sarcnedon. Evidently the interference suffered by Passionless on the opening day of the Rangit&ei Meeting" was of sonic •'.oasequence, for she made no mistake' about annexing the Greatford Stakes yesterday. The Poniaby filly has been out of a place only twaoo in her last twelve etarts. Pani, the winner of the Maiden Handicap, js a three-year-old chestnut filly by ranmure—Cormorant. Pam jjad been in second place on three occasions of late, so/that her success yesterday waa not-out of its turn. Springtide, winner of the hurdles, who was also successful when last seen in public, boasts abetter pedigree than the average jumper at country meeting*, being a five-year-old brown mare by Autumnus—'Ebbtide, by Westmere ■—Surf, by N&tator. Springtide was bred by Mr J. Bull, who has been successful with many jumpers in New Zealand. ~ La Palom&, winner of the JVaser Memorial Handicap, a- well-bred four-year-old fiUy by Hallowmas—Helen .Portland, has contested oaty nine races this season, and as sh© has been placed in four, including two wins, her record, is not a bad one. \, Spwe Moment, a four-year-old black filly by Merry Moment—Melologue,, opened her winning account for the season in the Ngaio Welter Handicap. Regard, the winner of the final event, ia a five-year-old bay mare by Gaaeloy--Corapliment. Regard had shown no fora until the opening day of the Rangitikei Meeting, when she ran second to Some Red. Acceptances for the Wellington R.O.'s Autumn Meating close to-night at 9 o'clock. Nominations for the Waimate Plains T.C.'s Annual Meeting close to-day. Acceptances for the Auckland T.C's Autumn Meeting close to-day. Nominations for two trotting events at. the Hororata R.O.'s Annual Meeting close to-day. After competing at the Auckland T.C.'s Autumn Meeting, the AustraL ian-bred trotter Grand Voyage 13 likely to ba wnt South to contest the principal races at Addington next month. The special train for the TimaruTrotting* Club's Annual Meeting tomorrow will leave Chmtchurch at 7.65 a.m. The return train will leave Timaru. at 6.45 p.m.

DEATH OF L. HAGERTY. A telegraph message from TVestport says that L. Hagerty, the cross-country horseman, has died from epinai meningitis. The deceased was recognised as perhaps the most dashing steeplechase jockey in New Zealand, and the plucky manner in which ho rode earned tho admiration of all. Of late years ho had been thigh in the list of -winning jockeys, and over steeplehase country or hurdles he waa consKlered in the foremost rank. No horse was too inexperienced for mm to try over country, and he seemed to rcvelin the dangers of schooling novices on tho Riccirton training tracks. He had many and varied successes overcountry, and at the lloyal meeting at Riccarton, held in honour of tho Prince s visit, he rode Manawaponga, the winner of the Renown Steeplechase Handicap. Though Hagerty rode very many winners in his time, the bast he ever rode, in his opinion, was the All Red —Fairy Rose gelding Tip Up, who won a number of races, but never quite lived up to the opinion that Hagerty had formed of him. Amongst other good ones he rode of recent years are Fco Clnow and Manawaponga., and perhaps ho had given his best exhibitions of horsemanship ou tho latter horee. Amongst the numerous races won by Hagerty over hurdles may bs mentioned the Australian Hurdle"Race on Capintesta, and the New Zealand Grand National iiurclie Race on Sir Solo. Last season, while schooling Ray Lupin, he received a very bad fall, and for many weeks was unable to take ihis placo in the saddle A few weeks ago lie severed his connexion with the stable of T. H. Gillett, with whom he had been connected for many yearw, and the other day went to the Coast with the black gelding Fnl-sta-ff. The first ncw6 of his illness was received on Wednesday, and his death will cause much sorrow amongst 'his very many friends throughout New Zealand.

Hngerty, besides being a first-claoS jjockey, was a Iceen footballerj playing in last year's Canterbury Rugby football competitions in tiie colours of the Riccarton Football Club. For several years he captained the South Island jockeys' team against the Norlh Island, and waa always a hard plajer from whistle to whistle. In boxing he could handle the gloves much better than tho average man, and coached his brother "Jimmy," who proved himself the champion amateur boxer of Australasia, and- was- later killed in action in • 1915 at Gallipoli. Hagerty leaves a widow and two children.

BANGITIEBI E.C.'S AN2JUAL MEETING. (RDUI ASSOCIATION TJSl.eajVtM.') BULLS. Maroh 23. The Ramgitikei Racing Chjb'» Ajinnal Meeting was concluded to-day. The weather waa fine till tho sixth race, when heavy Tain fell. The attendance vrao good, and the going in fine order. The totalisator handled £13,340, as against £18,238, making a total for the meeting of £28,680, 03 ajainat £40,184 last y«Br. Results:GREATFORD HANDICAP, of 160 botb; 6f—Passionless 8 4 C. Emeraon 1; Bestir 72 2; Voluble 88 3. Lady Kotiripo 73; and Armorel 7 1 aho started. Won by a short head; Jj&lf a long-th. second and third. MAIDEN HANDICAP, of 110 eova; 7fPam 8 8 A. Oliver 1; Released 8 9 2; "Whizz/ Bang 711 3, Hoerejnoana 87; Martulls. 8 3; Treudwell 8,8; Bonny Rill 7 11; and Orellana 711 also started. Won by half a length; three lengths second .and. third. Time, lm 32 2-5«. SANSON HACK HURDLES, of 120eova; lJm—Sipringtido 10 3 J. R. Kaan 1; Kato 10 82; Naughty 913 3. W«r Loan 12 5; FJyinff,Master 9 13; Tomea 9 3; Stutter 9; and Lady Doolan 9 also started. Won by a length and a, half; four lengths second and third. Time, 2ni 55 2-Bs.

FRASER MEMORIAL HANDICAP, of 220 eove; second 35, third 15. lm and a distance. J. Donnelly's b f La Paloma by Hallowmas—Helen Portland 4yrs 6 9

D. Guna 1 E. Penman's br g Detroit aged 7 3 ..2 S. J. Gibbons's bjr Equitable 4yrs 7 ..3 Egruqat Park 9 5; Simonides 8 13; Skylight 6 7; a.nd Pantler 6 7 also started. Won by s length,find a half; same second and third. Time, lm 58s. RANGITOTO HACK HANDICAP, of 110 sera; ftf—Boneeto 6 1 H. Ryder 1; Mark Time 813 2; Volociform 86 8. St. Waipa 7 5; Batia 6 12; Silver San 6 12: and Adrin* 6 7 also started. Won by half ft head; neck secpnd and third. Time, lm 17 8-58,

NGAIO HACK WELTER, of IXO sove; 84f—Spare Moments 8 4 IV. Young; Left 8 4 2; Hallowroz 0 3 8. To Maire 9 7; Erie 9 4; March On 7 3; and Hindi 7 7 also started. Won by a length; half a length second and third. Time,' lsa S2a. PUKEMARAMIA WELTER, of 180 Bovej oecond 20, third 10. 7f. P. 8. Bluett's br g Kareao by JXankpoto —St. Clenjento ware 6yrs 8 8 W. Ayr*s 1 B. L, Jell's b g Cold Steel Syre OS ..2 R. E. Laurent's bJk g Passin' Through 6yrß 10 1 .. .. .. ~8 Simonidea 10 6; Warrawee 8 9; Automoana 8 5; and Tirana 7 7 also stated. Won by threa lengths; two lengths and a half second and third, Time, lm 335. FAREWELL HACK HANDICAP, of 110 80v»; 6f—Regard 7 9 H. McSweeney 1; Eonmark 7 2 2; B«lievo 6 13 3. P&phiaa 0 3; Some Red 8 10; Gallia 8 2; Lady Faa 7 4; Golden Foam 6 12; Fran 6 12; and Bouroa G 12 also started. Won by a length; two lengths second and thinl. Time, 1m 5 2-ss. BIVEBTON E.O.'S AUTUMN MEETING. (PBBSS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAM.) GORE, March 23, The following handicaps have been declared:— WAIATJ STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, of 20C bovb; about 2m—M«ttle Drift 10 2; Lady Winstono 10; Blazing Light 9 13; Corsica 9 10; Somerset 9 9; Palencia 0 9; Blaok ami Tan 9 9; Gfenbiurai 9 9; Lilleydal« 9 9;; Tat'on 9 9; Coal King 9 9; Hollow Log 9 7; Stronghold gelding 9 7; Royal Step gelding 9 7; Golden Cape 9 7. APARIMA HANDICAP, of 250 sots; 6f Silver Peak 10 5; General Advance. 9 6; Listening Po3t 8 4; Corn "Rigs'B 5; Triboulet 7 13; Mantua 7 v 10; Roseday 7 10; Glentruin 7 5j Francaise 7 5; Bella Lake 7 2; Marching Order 6 12; Thistlecrowa

0 12; Royal Admire! 6 10; Calibration 6 7; j Orange Bitters 5 7. 1 LONGWOOD HACK HANDICAP, of 125 . «ors; 7f—Lady Btiseful 9 3; More© Sis-m! I 9 2; Royal Admiral 8 13; All British S 13; ! Prinrura'B 12; PaUah 8 10; Stnum 8 S; ; Cilaiiria 6 9; Orange Bitters 8 6; Tank i S 7; Soldier's Pride 8 7; Wild Kight S 7; I Blue Admiral 8 G; "SVineom© Lady 8 3; Muz- ' zle 8 0; Frenchman 8 2; Afispado 8 2; Vice ■ Royal 8; Xilraeedy 7 11; Jiibert 7 10; S-urJit 7 9; Illnrce 7 8; Londonderry 7 8; j Sweetwater 7 7; Bright Spot 7 7; Ccaat- j guard 77; Kawatiri 77; Liumark 77. I EIVEKTON CUP, of ECO eora; ljm—Sil- j ver P02!; 9 5; General Advance 0 3; ; Eorke'fl Drift 8 6; Eleus S 2; Corn__RisG j 82; Silent Kin? 81: Palarcon 712 ;"• iulkee 7 ?'; Twinkle 7 7; 'Sembric 7 6; Sartolita 7 4;' Lady Blifiriul 7 4; St. Easel 7 3; Tin Soldier 7 1; Etta 7 1; Bedstone 6 13; Vice Grand C 12; Night Alann. 6 7; Botanist 6 7. GEEAT "WESTERN STEEPLECHASE, of 500 govs; about 3rc—Lcchelln. 12 7; Crib 11 7; Calma 11 7; Achiiieus 10 9; Gleniala, 10 3:' Zarkoma. 10 1; Palladio 10 1; Silwrepiro 9 10; Wicklow 9 3; Jofi'ro 9 3; Juan 9" 3; Caramore 9; Lady Winston 9. VISITORS' HACK HANDICAP, of 135 eora; 6f —Francaise 9 10; Kerb 9 8; Hon:-© Signal 9 3; Royal Admiral 0; All British 9'°Primnm 8 13; Pallah 8 11; Samum 8' 10- Calibration 8 9; Orange Bitters 8 9; Tunic 8 8; Soldier's Pride- 8 8; "Wild Night 8 8; Merry Dors. 8 7; Mttzzle 8 S; Salerno 8 3-, Gunlayer 7 13; Kilmeedy 7 12; July Spßrfc 7 10; Border Knight 7 9; War Glen 7 7; Bright Spot 7 7; Sweetwater 7 7; Janus • 7. POURAKINO HANDICAP, of 200 bovb; lm—Palamon 9 7; Linden 9 2; Twinkle 92; Kilkee 9; Sembric 8 13; St. Easel 8 13; Sartolito 8 10; Tin Soldier 6 10; Lady Blissful 8 9; Bedstone 8 i; Hineamaru 7 13; Marching Order 7 12; "Vice Grand 7 12; Thistlecrown 7 12; Calauria. 7 9; Calibration 7 9; Mettle Drift 7 7; Blue- Admiral 7 7; Botanist 7 1; Lawsuit 7 7. MANAWATU E.C.'S AUTUMN MEETING. (press association telegkaji.) PALMERSTON NOETH, March 23. The following handicaps Jjave been declared:— KAEEBE HURDLES HANDICAP, of 300

UNCOIL SPBING MEETING. . (By Cabla—Press Association—Copyright,} and N.Z. Cable Association.) LONDON, March 22. Following ia the result of tho LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP, of 20 uovfl each, with 1000 eovs added. Im, J. White's br o Granely by Orby— Grania 4yr» 7 6 ... S. Donoghue 1 Sir H. Bird's c3i c Monarch by Tracery —Teofaui 4yra 8 6.. .. ..2 N. Baring's ch o Roman Bachelor by Bachelor's Double—Augusta syra 8 11 S There were thirty-two starters. Won by five lengths; half a length second and third. BETTING BY CHEQUE. (By Cable—Press Association—Copyright.) (Australian and N.Z. Cable Association.) (Received Match 23rd, 7.45 p.m.) LONDON, March 22. The Amalgamated Sports Defence Fund and the National Sports League are promoting -a Bill nullifying cheque betting decisions. Mr li. Shortt, Homo Secretary, has promised ha will not opposo the measure. EICCAETON TRAINING NOTES. A light rain overnight had made the inside of tho trial grass gallop in fine order for galloping, but traineia in many preferred the plough, which was perfect. Temerin, who wan the first out, ran half a mile on the grass in 52 2-ssec, and was all out to do it. Farceur and TTessayr dashed over five furlongs on the plough in lmin 8 4-3soc. This pair fins3Ji"d together, but Faroeur, who was giving away weight and had the outsida running, looked to bo holding his stableraalo. Winning Hit started oS from tho ten furlong peg on the plough at a canter, and was racing at the end of a furlong. Picked up "by Red Hind in the back stretch tho chestnut got to the end of aii furlongs iu lmin 17 2-o3ec, and rt ached the wincing post in lmin 68sec. Winning Hit was carrying about Sst andj considering that the tradk was rather heavy ond that he could have done better, the chestnut's efiort was e. good one. Mustard Pot and Bsracalion jumped off from the five furlong peg on tie trial grass end raced together for two furlongs, where Kingbolt joined Mustard Pot beat Deucalion comfortably by a short length, with Kingbolt a eimilar distance away. All three were carrying light weights. The time was 13 l-ssec for the first furlong and lmin 5 2-ssec for tie five, which was very smart Veil sprinted five furlongs comfortably J» lmin 4 2-sgcc on the plough, and Egotism ran three-quarters of a mile in lmin 18seo on lie same track, and was doing ber Be3t. Gloaming, carrying over 9st, dashed over six furlongs on the plough in lmin 14 4-ssec The Welkin gliding, tliough. making a alight noise, finished strongly at the end of Mb brilliant effort.

imjthas went three or four times round the Plough, at, from a trot to half-pace, and P Alooriand pulled x**d while domg a ■ruikins gsliop over a short course. GSnfkifer went better than Raconteur» a sis furious gallop on the plougu that took lmin 13 ii-Dsec. t _ . , Pluto, who was picked upby Conwtan, wu going belter than his .tablemate at tho end of town furlongs on the Plough, run in lmin 31seo. The Sutala, gstamg is wy well. They were followed by Vespucci, wh© was riven a working gallop. , > Foi Chow and Palestrina, carrying about even weights, jumped off. at tho mile pos„ together, Foo Chew having the inside runni!k The%>air kept together all tho way, the puce being rather too eohd in the early etages, the first half-milo being ran in 50 1-ss«h> and tho five furlongs m Urun 3 2-sscc. The pair completed their tasfc in lmin Usee, with both going strongly. Charlatan and Hillock ran five furlongs en the plough in lmin 5»l-5soc, and were followed by Some Kid, who galloped seven furl&r.ga iii lmin 31 4-s«ec. Dame Fortune beat Barmaid .easily over five furlongs on tho plough in lmin 4 2-osea Vce Regal (E. Ludlow) jumped tho two Sight 3 of hurdles up the back in good atylo, srd Cerberus (W. Scobie) raced over the four flishta in sraari time, although ho hit the "hut flight v«ry hard. _ Gamecock and Mythology galloped a mil© on the plough, together in lmin 45 l-Ssec. Both finished wall. Battlo Scene with Wartuno ran four furlongs on tho same track in 51 2-ssec. Hotb finished under a pul!. Macdufi was given a working gallop over six furlongs, and India, with Frisco Mail, eprinted five furlongs in lmin 6 l-ssec, both gallopa being donu on the plough. Fabrincde ran spven furlongs in lmin 82 3-s*ec on tho plough, while Angclo and Triermain were eep&nitcly given strong pace work. Will Oakland was out doing steady exorcise, end Horatius, who was brought homo by Link Up, ran six furlongs comfortably in lmin IS&eo on the plough. Red Gown, was not trojhled Id hold the Mountain Knight gelding over a short course.

Tatau Tatau dashed over half a mile on tho gr'asa in 48 4-oseo. She finished well, and it was a smart gallop. Cattach was much too good for Markie over half a mile on the plough, run in 50seo. It was smart time, ga ho was carrying a welter" weight. Sunny Loch finished better than Pyjama over five furlongs on th© fiarco track in lmin 4 2-Ssec.

Sunglaam and Martis went four furlongs on tho plough in 50 3-sseo, and Quarrelsome ran three in 3Sseo.

Sonny and Boniform. eei out to gallop seven furlongs toguthsr on the plough, but Roriform started bucking before going a furlong, 'and wss pulkd up. Sonny completed his task in lrain S4seo. - Castellan bowled over eeven furlongs on tho grass in lmin Slsec, and linishod well. Grim .Toko matte Chinatown look bad by beating him ton' lengths over a milo on the plcugli in lmin 47 3-fJseo- This gelding is improving steadily. Limolirht and Warhuo were to have galloped six furlongs together, but Warhuo broke away early, so thoy went separately. Times—Warhue lmin 17 9-sseo, Limelight lmin 17eec, This was on the plough. Likelihood Ralloped eoven furlongs on the plough is lmin. 85sec, and Douoe Lad just beat Gay Life over five furlongs on the grass in lmin 4 2-sseo.

6ov3. ljjm. at lb at lb 'Vol© 11 13 Banogue 9 11 Maniahera. 11 11 No Bother 9 9 Te Mairo 11 1 Goldscone ,, , 9 3 Hyttus' 10 13 Silta, 9 0 Ngakanui 10 12 Halcyon 9 0 Old Gold 10 12 Mangawai 9 0 War Loaa 10 8 Misty Wave .. 9 0 Wamba 10 5 Whizz Bang .. 9 0 PRINCE OP WALES HANDICAP, of 500 eovs. 9f. Volo 3 8 Askari 7 9 Marquetsur 8 13 Strategy 7 9 G-asbftg; . 8 12 Blackmail 7 9 Sycorax 8 9 Callflghan 7 8 Bonnetter _ .. 8 7. Little Biver .. 7 6 Radiant light a 6 Whipping Boy 7 5 Scrimmage 8 6 Cold Steel'' .. 7 1 Silver Peak .. 8 6 Muraahi G 12 Truthful 8 3 Zircon 6 10 Grotesque 8 2 Prince Martian 0 7 Egmont Park 7 12 'Detroit G 7 Paoanui 7 11 American Beauty 6 7 Printempa 7 11 Woden 6 7 Orucelle 7 10 Beloved 6 7 Martial !>&W3X 7 10 Automoan& 6 7 Cleasanta 7 10 WOODHEY HACK HANDICAP, of 250 80VS. Gf. Danger Zone ,. 9 5 Moonstruck .. 7 4 M'ort Aria 8 12 Gold Star 7 4 Land-turd 8 0 Ardath 7 3 Flying Nell ., 8 9 Yankee Dan .. 7 3 Helen Eiifus 8 0 To Kuri 7 3 Island 8 5 Suntiang© 7 2 Scotch Mixture 8 5 Sunny Speo .. 7 2 Wrangle 8 4 Bonecto 7 2 Warpath .. 8 d Eonmark 7 2 Comic 8 4 Matareka 7 2 Crossfire .. 8 8 St. Waipa 6 13 Jackaroo .. 7 13 Released C 12 Ambitious 7 13 Conflict 6 12 Red Hind .. 7 13 Orchid 6 12 Lady Nassau 7 12 Otapawa 6 9 Blissfiilness ., 7 8 Will Prosper .. 6 7 Merrie Queen Atipo Edendale 7 8 Absurdity 7 8 Haeremoana. .. 6 ' 7 6 7 7 7 Complimentary 6 7 Domoness 7 G Adrian 6 7 Pam 7 0 LINTON HACK HANDICAP, of 30C 1 SOTB. J.a i and a distance. La Paloma .. 9 o Danilof 7 9 Spook 8 9 Petunia • •■ 7 5 Xtfti&dbircL 8 8 Antler 7 5. Angelo 8 6 Edendale 7- 4 Kilread 8 5 Mattock ■7 4 Sir Wai 8 6 Morzonia 7 4 Island f • 8 4 Yankee Dan .. 7 3 Dissertation •• 8 8 Five-Eighths 7 3 Erie 8 3 Pantler 7 1 No Bother 8 2 Patuki 6 13 Explorer • •• 8 2 March On 6 9 Crossfire 8 1 Satin 6 9 All Cerise 7 13 Pleasure . 6 9 Hallowroz 7 11 Conflict 6 9 Lord Desmond 7 9 Tussore •> 6 7 Redlogue 7 9 TELEGRAPH HANDICAP, .of 4 00 8<W8 i ?*• Silver Link •• 9 13 Backsheesh. 7 10 Surveyor 9 .8 Amber Tips .. T 10 Abeurdum 9 5 Astinome .7 6 Bouen • • 9 2 Jovial 7 5 Chimera 9 I Triboulet . 7 6 Mustard Pot .. 8 18 Rflsei&y •• 7 5 Awake • • 8 9 M'ireusonta- .. 7 6 Miss Mimio ,. 8- 6 Capping Day .- 7 5 GrotesijTie Blackmail 8 4 Irapuka 8 2 Lady Kotiripo . 6 13 6 7 Simon idos ... 8 2 Mountain March B 7 Still Sea 7 13 Canyon , 6 12 Birkio .. 7 11 Martian Miss 8-7 Paseionleas •• 7 10 Kuia, 6 7 Fuleome 7 10 Kikini , 6 7 CftUaghan 7 10 Automoana . 6 7 AWAPUNI GOLD CUP, of 600 boys. W.f.a. Amythas 9 2 Thespian . 8 6 Murqueteur .. 9 2 Winning Hit .. • 8 6 Trespass 8 2 Aureate . 8 4 Gasbag 8 0 Cloesamta 8 4 Cold Steel Kick 02 8 6 Martial Xtown 8 6 Radiant Light S 4 a i AUTUMN PLATE, of .160 » OT8 - is. Carabine 7 11 Submerge , 7 11 Conflict 7 11 Wolesta , 7 11 Complimentary 7 11 Yolande 7 11 Eonmark 7 11 Zero Honx 7 11 Five-Eighths 7 11 Alabama 6 12 Good. Mark , 7 It Bonny Nurao .. 0 12 Haligan 7 11 Diamond Ring G 12 L'Amour ; : 7 11 Httlgina 6 12 Martulla 7 11 Kilroa 6 12 Noble 7 11 The Linnet .. 6 12 Peep o' Day .. 7 11 Rapine 6 12 Sweet .Heather7 11

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SPORTING., Press, Volume LVIII, Issue 17412, 24 March 1922

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