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RACING AND TROTTING

LATEST NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR

RACING FIXTURES

«?u° rd , Penrh yn's Galadale, who, although he was ridden by Gordon Richards, started at very long odds in a neld of 10. It is not an orthodox Derby, as there are penalties and allowances in the conditions, and geldings are riot barred. The winner, who is by Prince Galahad from Levandale, is one of the latter division.

November 24 —Levin R.C. November 24, 26—Takapuna J.C. November 30, December I—Feilding

J.C. | i November 30, December I—Winton J.C. i December' T— Ashburton County R.C: December 6; K—Dargaville-R.C. 1 December 8. 10—'Woodville D.J.C. December 15—Wellington R.C. i December 15—Waipa R.C. c December 15— Hororata R.C. December 20—Waipukurau J.C. c December 2(i, 27—Taranaki J.C. *; December 2(i, 27—Dunedin J.C. ; December 2fi, 27, 29—Manavvatu R.C. ' December 26, 29—Westland R.C. ( December 2ti, 28, January 1, 2—Auck- < land R.C.January 1 Waikouaiti R.C. January 2 Oamaru J.C. 1 TROTTING FIXTURES j November 22, 24—Forbury Park T.C. ' December B—New Brighton T.C. December B—Te Aroha T.C. December 26—Gore T.C. December 26 —Wairarapa T.C. December 26—Ashburton T.C. 1 December 26, 27—Westport T.C. December 27, 29. 31—Auckland T.C. 1 December 29—Winton T.C. January 1, 2—Canterbury Park T.C. January 3—Westland T.C. i January 4, s—Greymouth T.C. January 9—Reef ton T.C. January 12—Wellington T.C. January 19—Timaru T.C. < January 26 N.Z. Metropolitan T.C. January 31, February 2—Forbury Park 1 T.C. ' TI I.T GOSHI!' Reminder Nominations for I he Hororata Racing Club's annual meeting on December 15 will close on November 30 with the secretary, Mr A. E. Byrne, 192 Hereford street. This Week's Racing The Levin meeting on Saturday, and the Takapuna meeting at Ellerslie on Saturday and the following Monday, will occupy the attention of racing enthusiasts next week-end. English Season The flat racing season in England will be concluded next week. The final important event will be the Manchester November Handicap next Saturday. l r or West Coast Mr A. Louisson has disposed of Haere Tonu to C. C. McCarthy, who purchased him on behalf of one of his clients, Mr T. Irving, of Reefton, who also races Drum Fire. Haere Tonu cost Mr Louisson 425 guineas as a yearling, but although he won a few races, he has never actually raced up to the form expected of him early in his career. He will represent his new owner on the West Coast holiday circuit. Phar Lap's Dam When Entreaty, dam of Phar Lap, was. sent up for sale at the Kaituna Stud dispersal sale in March, 1932, Mr Fred Armstrong, of Christchurch, had to go to 1500 guineas to secure her. She then had a colt foal running with her, and was in foal to Night Raid. The foal was later known as Friday Night, who unfortunately is never likely to show his true capabilities owing to leg trouble, and the mare's next production was Te Nira. whose sale to go to England was reported over the week-end. It is understood the filly's price was 2000 guineas, so that Mr Armstrong will be practically clear on his transaction, and retains the mare to breed from, •■while Friday Night must still command a good value even as a sire. Improvements at Trentham Preparations for receiving his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester at ; the Royal meeting at Trentham on De- • eember 15 have already been put , tinder way by the stewards of the Wellington Racing Club. During the last week an extra gateway has been let into the fence separating the lawn from the course proper, opposite the main stand, and, although arrangements have not yet been completed, it is understood t 4 hat the Duke will pass through this gateway and be driven up the course before the stands on his arrival, as is the custom at Royal Ascot. Other improvements being effected by the club are the painting of all fences, the reconstruction of the bandstand, and the erection of a permanent stand for the broadcast loud speakers. The club has also purchased automatic watering machines for the course and lawns. Auckland Cup There are 47 horses nominated for | this year's Auckland Cup, representing | 36 sires. Those represented by more than one candidate are:—Limond three, Kilbroney three, Night Raid two, Pombal two, Polazel two, Chief Ruler two, Musketoon two. Grand Knight two, and Hunting Song two. The others are Thespian, Arrowsmith, Manfred, Rossendale, Lord Quex, Day Comet, Grand Court. Leighton, Silverado, Shambles, Black Ronald, The Ace, Cape Horn, Romeo, Acre, Redfern, Solferino, Rampion, Robespierre, Marble Arch, Colossus, Weathervane, Valkyrian. Pantheon, Ornamentation, Spear Dance, and Prince Willonyx with one each. Southern Circuit The principal handicaps to be decided at the forthcoming southern holiday meetings will be worth in the aggregate £1940. They arc:— Dunedin: Otago Handicap £275. Second day, St. Andrew's Handicap, £225. ; Wyndham: Cup £250. ; Waikouaiti: Cup £355. ; Oamaru: President's Handicap £235. i Invercargill: Cup £350. Second day, Southland Handicap, £250. The only two races worth more than '£2 so to the winner will be the Waikouaiti and Invercargill Cups, and these will be the only two races set down for decision in the South Island during the holidays in which owners will not be able to claim apprentices' allowances. Progeny of Agrion The Canning Park <W.A.> meeting of October 25 was notable for the success of the New Zealand-bred sire Agrion, whose progeny won three races. The winners were Aclis, Aquenon, and Agriflora, all four-year-olds, the first two being geldings and the other a mare. Aclis won the October Stakes, seven furlongs, Aquenon a division of the Rivervale Purse, one mile, and Agriflora the Flying Handicap, one mile. In the last-named race the former New Zealancler Stealth by Night Raid, was third. Unorthodox Classic The Scottish Derby is run at Ayr and is worth £IOOO. Decided on October 19. it was won by an outsider in

Profitable Buying Several Australian buyers have reason to be pleased with their purchases at the 1933 yearling sales at Prentham. The following have won cither in Sydney or Melbourne: — Theo (Limond —Mirabelle II.), 650gns; Sir John (Limond—Jewel of Asia), Manunui (Limond—Rose Queen), 325gns; Gladswood (Limond —■ Curtain). 400gns; Visage (Limond—■ Veil), 400gns; Limyris (Limond— Pomyris). 310gns; Quarto (Paper Money—Quadrilateral), IlOgns; and Deep Respect (Limond—Homage), Jlsogns. Unluckily, Deep Respect went wrong in the wind, and had to be operated on, and, though he has since won, he may never rise to great heigjits. With the exception of Quarto, all those mentioned were bred by Mr G. M. Currie. I'-nglish Racing:

The Aga Khan's three-year-old colt Umidwar at, last; accomplished something to justify the high hopes entertained about him when he readily won the Jockey Club Stal ces, one mile and three-quarters, at Newmarket, on October 4 last. He gave 41b and a length and a half beating to Mr J. A. Dewar's Lo Zingaro—form that places him in the Windsor Lad and Colombo class. Frank Butters registered a treble during the day, Umdiwar's success being supplemented by Barred Umber in the Clare Handicap and Creme Caramel in the Snailwell Slakes. This has been Butters's most successful season. His winnings to October were £72,641 10s, and there were seven more weeks before the season closed. His highest total previously was £72,430 in 1932. The record total of stakes won by a trainer in a season is held by Joe Lawson. whose horses won £93,899 in 1931. The record for the number of races won in a season was set up by W. E. Elsev, who won 124 races in 1905.

Horse of Ihc Century Unbeaten Branlome's success in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamps on October 7 was easily achieved, and the win was further striking evidence in support of the already unanimous French claim that he is the "horse of the century." A son of the all-conquering Blandford, Baron Edouard de Rothschild's coll thus registered his ninth victory. Rain had made the going heavy, but the weather cleared before racing commenced. Astrophel, the southern champion, set the pace, followed by Felicitation, but soon afterwards the latter, who was being ridden by G. Richards, went into the lead ahead of Astrophel, Negundo, and Antiochus. Felicitation still led after the little wood had been passed, followed by Negundo, Astrophel, Brantome (who had made up several lengths), and Morvillars, with Assuerus in the rear. Down the hill Felicitation was still in front, with Astrophel second and Brantome third. On the outside of the field the two horses owned by M. Leon Volterra. Admiral Drake and Duplex, made their efforts, but quickly dropped back. Entering the straight. Brantome made up ground, and drew level with Felicitation. The three-year-old made one of the spurts for which he is famous, and in a flash had gained a two-lengths' lead. Meanwhile W. Johnstone brought up Assuerus and passed Felicitation for second position. Assuerus challenged Brantome, but was readily held off, and home came the favourite two and a half lengths clear of his four-year-old rivals and 10 other runners. The Grand Prix winner, Admiral Drake, was fourth. TROTTING NOTES Reminders General entries for Ihc Auckland Trotting Club's summer meeting and a payment for the Great Northern Derby will be taken up to December 7. Nominations for the New Brighton Trotting Club's spring meeting will close on November 2(i. Support Promised Mr A. G. Mabec. secretary lo the Auckland Trotting i_Jub, was a visitor to Christchurch during Carnival week and on his return he told a northern writer that he had received every encouragement from southern owners. He had received definite promises from 12 owners who would send horses to Epsom for the holiday racing. Mr G. J. Barton said, all going well, Indianapolis would certainly take his place in the field for the Royal Trotting Cup and as many other of his horses as were suited by the classes would be taken north. An Attractive Programme The Auckland Trolling Club has put on a very attractive programme for its meeting next month and there is every reason why owners of the high-class pacers should patronise the northern fixture. The stake of £1250 for the Auckland Cup is one that must attract Canterbury owners, for nowhere in the South Island is such a handsome prize on offer for handicap performers at that time. The Ashburton Trotting Club oilers a big counter attraction to owners of the best three-year-olds in the New Zealand Champion Stakes, and for this reason the field for the Great Northern Dciby is likely to be reduced. Gamble should have the Champion Stakes at hi.-:, mercy and this may be a reason why Grace McElwyn and Subsidy may be taken to Auckland for the big meeting. Indianapolis will form one uf the big attractions from Canterbury stables, and though he will be set to give away 48 yards in the Auckland Cup, his chances are as good as any of the others engaged. He was generally regarded as lucky to win last year from a 4min 30sec mark, but Auckland followers of the light harness sport will not recognise in the "big bold pacer the half-educated colt of 12 months ago. Indianapolis is now a genuine racehorse with a true racing temperament, and in the early betting he will be the favourite. Blue Mountain, owned in Auckland, though trained in Canterbury, is regarded as likely to make the trip and L. A. Maidens may find it prpfitable to make the trip to Auckland with Harvest Child as a prospective stake-winner. Sir Guy is not likely to be kept in Canterbury after his good race in the Auckland Cup last year and as companions he might well have nvernus and Guy Junior, b91.11 with prospects of success. Besides Indianapolis, classes will be found to suit Tempest from Mr G. J. Barton's stable and the old trotter Huon Voyage has now paid his purchase money back with interest and his connexions may be prepared to take him on a trip in quest of the good stake money olTcred for unhoppled trotters. R. B. Berry has a prospective Derby winner in Grace McElwyn, and an excellent supporting team may include Rollo, Trampfast, and possibly Lilian Bond. In days past the Auckland course was a happy hunting ground for O. E. Hooper and C. S. Lonald, but possibly the Ashburton and Canterbury Park Clubs will provide sufficient attraction for these well-known trainers. The Forbury Park Club's meeting this week may f} lfEerer *t aspect on the position a number of recruits f?nmf«^ r^ e enr n fixture may be found irom immediate racing.

sus, and Aga Khan into the straight, and then slipped through on the rails to win, running away, by four lengths from Aga Khan, who ran another sound race. King's Knave, who claimed a 51b apprentice allowance, attempted to win all the way, but weakened near the end. Easy Victory The each-way favourite, Velocipede, easily won the Kirikiriroa Handicap. He followed Golden Princess for about < four furlongs, and then went on to f win by two and a half lengths from Golden Princess. Cyllaros was seven - lengths away third, and Jay was fourth. General Ruse was pulled up after going a couple of furlongs. Velocipede is an Australian-bred colt by Rampion from Phyllis Martian, and looks like being useful. However, he beat a moderate field, and most of those behind him are not yet ready. Two who may have possibilities arc Cyllaros, a rangy gelding by Iliad, and Jay, who is a typical Magpie. Won All the Way The each-way favourite, Silver Jubilee, ridden by L. J. Ellis, scored an all the way victory in the Waikato Hack Cup. He .jumped out in front and won with the greatest ease by two lengths from Lagoon, who finished on solidly. Killadar also ran on to get third. Silver Brier was fourth. Silver Jubilee has now registered three successive victories. He has had only four races, and looks like being a good performer. On this occasion he just outclassed the opposition. A Surprise There was a surprise in the Kirikiriroa Handicap, when British Columbia displayed a marked improvement upon his running at Whangarei, and finished strongly to win from Princess Star. After Scotland had made the running from Sinking Fund and 1 Princess Star, it appeared as if Princess Star would win inside the distance. However, British Columbia finished resolutely to win by a long head from Princess Star. Scotland was half a length away third, and King Mestor was fourth. The winner was nicely placed in the weights, but owing to his lapse of form at Whangarei he was allowed (o pay a fine price. A Close Finish Necks separated the placed horses in the Tauwhare High-weight Handicap, and the win favourite, Bugle Call, just, got up to score from Alloy, who took command inside the distance. Valpai, always well placed, was third, and Arch Ruler was fourth. Bugle Call came with a chiracteristic run at the end, and just, wrested the honours from Alloy, who weakened slightly after reaching the front. FEILDING J.C. HANDICAPS

WAIKATO R.C. * f i' GAY MARIGOLD WINS c CHIEF EVENT I SILVER JUBILEE'S SUCCESS e f tPRISS ASSOCIiHO* TELIGBA.II.) HAMILTON, November 19. j The Waikato Racing Club's meeting j was concluded to-day. For the second £ day the totalisator handled £15.021, < compared with £18,236 10s last year, a } decrease of £3215 10s. The decrease t on the meeting, compared with last t year, was £7594 10s. Results:— r ( FRANKTON HANDICAP, Of JOO govs, with sweepstake of '1 sovs each. Six furlongs. 5. ;t —CUKLKW 8 4 .. Oreen I 1 2. 1 Af=tarth 7-10 .. Homo 2 , 4. 4—Knrd Acre 7-IO .. "Wiggins * r> Aubrotia 10, 12 Lebanon 7-J2; * 7. 7 Tauiwharau 7-10; J2,10 Fast. Acre 7-10; < 10, 1 L Worthy King 7-1.0; s t 0 Full of 1 Scotch 7-10; 1, 2 Spear Court 7-10; 0, 8 < Joy/clln 7-0; (i. <> Silver Wattle 7-10 also j starled. j Won l>v a length; three-quarters of a. length second and third. Time, lmin MATANCiI ItANDICAr HURDLES, 1 Of IfiO sovs. Onf. mile and three-quarters. 1. WIN 10-4 .. A, (liltuer I 2. I—St. Ames H-fi .. Brady 2 —Luminary p-7 .. J. McKap ] ft, «"i Mia Stella- I MO; 4. 4 Hook Law !>-(»; , 7, 7 Magie Land 0 0; 7, 8 Stirrup Cnp 0-O; B, i) Cordon f ll also started. Won by two lengths; two lengths and a [ half second and third. Time, Jimin 17 I*s sec. CLARKIN HACK HANDICAP, Of JOU sovs. Seven furlongs. ;i. 4—KI N(i RLY 7-4 . . Wiggins 1 4. —Liu Fail 7-4 .. Winder 2 0. 7—Coronis 7 .""> . . Home 1. I Diagano 8-10; 12, 12 Intaglio 7-10; !». 5) Record Flight. 7 'J ; 5, Adeline 7-S; H Day Wind 7-fi; 7, 0 Sir Willonyx 7-fi; 115, .115 Ptmny Plain 7-. r i; 2, 2 Cay IJoso 7-">; 11, Jl. Enge 7-5; 10, 1Q jJoxy 7 0 also .started. Won by half a length: half a length second and third. Time, lmin 2fi r»-r>sec. HAMILTON HANDICAP, Of 2.* 0 snvs. One rniU. J. .1 CAY MAFifCOLn P-4 Cnldfini'li I 2 -Aga Khan fi-2 . . Kllis "J 2. n-—King's Knavp A 1" .. Cameron 7, r> Alungatoon 8-S; 7. !> Master Norval 8-f>; 4. 4 Price Colossus 8-1; »>, 8 "Prolyxo 7-10; .*>, Midian 7*7; 10. 10 Tushna 7-2; 8, 7 Mus(|uil 7-L coupled with Protomint 7-(J also started. "Won by four lengths; a length second arid third. Time, lmin ;»-f>se<:. RUAKURA STAKES HANDICAP, Of 120 sovs. five furlongs. 1. I— \' KLOriPKDp: 7 12 T rema ihp 1 2. 2—Colden Princess 8 ,'» Brousjhton 2 ;;--Cyllaros 7-8 . . McTavish 4 (ieveral Kuse 7-8; ."> .lay 7 8; <i The Vamp 7-0 also Marted. Won by two lengths and a half; seven lengths second and third. Time, .lmin 2 3- 3 sec, WAIKATO HACK CUP HANDICAP, Of 200 sovs. One mtle. 1. 1 -SILVKR .ILBILKK 0 1 L. .r. Kllis l r>. 4 —Lagoon B'> . . S ,1. Tremaino 2 Killadar 8 1.. (1 X. Wiggins l'l, C> Last La]i S-1C; 4, 7 Caliente 8-11; 2, 2 Argument 8 7; 7, •"» Tunhche S-fi; 8, !) Bonny Cay 8-,*»; ♦) '> King Brierly 8-"_'; 10, 10 Silver Brier 7 7; 12, 11 Phiakim 7-1; 0. 8 Sunny 11. 12 Treo of Heaven 7-0 also started. Won by two lengths: half a length second and third. Time, lmin -11 '>.-i KIRIKIRIROA HANDICAP, Of !.">() sovs. SiK furlong-. :> r, 11IMT1SH coi.r.MPIA k Tremaino 1 7. 7--l T rince?-> Star 8 0 Pine 2 2. 1 --Scotland 8 0 llorne 1. 2 S'uiking Fund 0-0; I Tradesman 8 >\ ; f». . r ) 1/ Allegro 4. King Mestor 7 't also started. Won by a long head; half a length second and ihird. Time, lmin 1 2'> sec. TAUWHARE HIGH-WEIGHT | HANDICAP, I Of 100 >ri vs. One mil.'. , I. 2 - ~FH 'G LL f'ALL so MrTavi.-h I 4. 4 —Alloy 8!) Mrlnally 2 H ;t _\* alpa i 8-;"> Ludlow I) 2. 1 Arch Ruler f)-4; ."> Desert Star 2; 7. <> Don't Tva|) 8-0; 8. x V'alreina S O; 0, 7 Keith Lu 8-0 also started. \Von by a ru-rV ; u*ith n neck between semnd and third. Time. Inii ri 'l2 1 ."tsec. j NOTES ON THE RACING I ! (SPBCIAI, TO TJIF. I'I;KSS.. HAMILTON, November 111. Conditions were excellent for the - conclusion of the Waikato Racing l Club's meeting at Tc Rana to-day. i Most of the winners were well sup- • ported, and the best price of the day ■ was returned by British Columbia, ' who won the open sprint. Won Nicely " A poor class field contested the ! Frankton Handicap, and the well- ' seasoned Curlew won nicely from j Astarth. Cur'ew was always well ' placed, and won by a length- Astart.li battled on fairly well at the finish, and Ford Acre made a creditable showing for third. The unlucky horse ; was the win favourite. Spear Court ; who appeared to stumble at the start and was in the rear most of the way, L to finish fast into fourth position. A Decisive Win The win favourite, King Win. scored ■ very decisively in the Matanßi ' Hurdles. He followed St. Ames and [ .Cordon most of the way, and asserted ; himself in the straight to win by two ' lengths from St. Ames. Luminary was two and a half lengths away third, ' and Booklaw was fourth. It was a ' moderate field, and King Win won | well. Mia Stella, the best performer ; in the race, ran much below form, - showing no dash at all. i Favourite Finishes Last ; Diagano was an each-way favourite ; for the Clarkin Hack Handicap, but he bled badly and finished last. The . race proved a fairly good finish, but r the first day's novice winner, King Rey. scored nicely at the end, winning by half a length from Lia Fail, who ran another good race. Coronis, who missed the jump out, was last in the early stages, but finished strongly to get third, ahead of Gay Rose, who was also running on after receiving a check in the middle stages. Gay Marigold's Success Gay Marigold, the favourite, scored a very convincing win in the Hamilton Handicap. She followed King's Knave, Master Norval, Prince ColosA Prospect Prairie King's racing since lie was brought to Canterbury suggests that he is favoured by a soft track and on this account his prospects at Forbury Park will be considered. His racing at the recent meeting at Addington was not followed by the best of luck, but he appears to be in great order and ready to win a race. If a heavy track is experienced Prairie King will be a force to be reckoned with at Forbury Park. Great Antrim The St. Kilda Handicap at Forbury Park on Thursday will be contested by one of the weakest fields at the . meeting, and Great Antrim on li! t yards behind has all the credentials ■ for a race of this class. The New ! Brighton trained Betty Wrack will r need to improve on any of her pre- ' vious performances to have a chance i with M. B. Edwards's pacer and the 5 real danger may come from King':; I Cup, who is reported to have done good work of lata

TAKAPUNA J.C. HANDICAPS f (rnrss associatiox tiligham.) AUCKLAND, November 19. Handicaps for the Takapuna Jockey Club's spring meclins fit- Kllerslio are as

PONUI HACK HANDICAP, of l/.-> sots. One mile. F t. lb. sf. lb. Silver Gold Pocket 7 S .Tubileo « H Record _ _ King Mestor 0 1 Hight J J Caliente .. S !1 Miss Lagoon • • 8 7 Maine . . Argument . . 8 4 Coronis • • I Kins Brierly 713 Kulmg Iving j_ Courtharen 7 Merry Jjivp . . ' •' Hunting Bag 712 Lady Zinnia 7 1 Royal Lu , " ' L « Appellant 7 12 On Parade Crooning .. 7 3'l Princess _ Safari ..7 9 *>•■;•* 1 ' Marching Master Rex ' Song 7 !' Spearcnurt l_ •» Harvest Aubretm .. Moon 7 8 Reviver .. ' >• ASHBURTON R.C. nominations (SPECIAL TO THE THES3.J ASHBURTON, November t!». Nominations for the Asl.burton County Racing Club's meeting on December J. are as follows: — WINCHMORE HACK HANDICAP, of 9A foys ; minimum, weight- 9*o, six fin Inn-, Hot Stuff, Rip Tide. Highbrow, Cup Bearer. Wee Musk, Desirable, Bella Rosa, Chi en, Tap Rank, Guillotine, Tunneller, Starlight, Lord Masliam, Capital, Dollar Prince. MEIjROSK trot HANDICAP, of 00 sovs (harness); 3min 4Dsec class; one mile anrt a halt—Carrageen, Moranne Lady CnnMifT Kpilogue, Chudleigli, Betty Jinks, IrucKe flection, Edgar Wallace. Grand Author na,wright, Baron Silk, Buddy. Cavalcade, Ron Tvv Peterson, Dillon Queen, Drag nai lan, An'dv Watson, Flying l-'oloii, K "- v " 1 Thread. Zest. Doris Derby, thudic, Replna. Harvest Gale, Linklight, Casino, Irish I'each, Argolis, Sea Trail. TINWALD HANDICAP, of 110 sovs; one mile —Ranelagh, Manetho, Great Star, Davolo, Rebel Star, Cleaner. Horowhemia. Sam Smith, Sweet Agnes, Pinal Shot, borne Sliumblc. IjAGMIIOR, PI,ATFI, of 70 sows; fivp furlongs —Honour's Lad, Goldsfead. Gas Mask. Royal Coat, Moonbeam, Liberate, Polazel- - Precious gelding, Convivial, Horotiu, Desir able, Orris, Bronzewood, Guillotine, Azevedo, Silver Tasse, Repletion, Pompei, J.anarose, Epris, Madam Pompadour, Lady Wakeful, Dclice, Battle Arena, Honeste. MORETON HACK HANDICAP, of 11" sovs; one mile and a quarter—Healher Glow. Horn's Reef, Mavohn. Weatherly. Free Air, Sihella, Tout' le Monde, Hostile, Earthquake. Sky Rover, Strong Light, Nightfovm. WAKANUI HANDICAP, of 90 sm: six furlongs—Gold Cross. Rebel Star. eian Prince. Rebel Chief. Royal Amphora. Quietly, Cranford, Caysome. MAYFJKLD TROT HANDICAP, of no sovs (in harness); 3min TiOsec class; one milo and a half—Carrageen, Vanity Pair, Ironside, Betty .Tinks, Grand Author, Waving Corn. Noble Prince, Adsuni, Danrlj Locanda, Reuai, Harvest Time, Summit, Licorice, Garry Thorpe, Silver Axworthy, Tmposter, Sage Ring, Dundee, Claranda, Mid* shipmaid, Insolvent.

(PRES.? ASSDCIATIO.v 1 &r,E(*RA.M.) l-KIIJHNi;, Novrmt..:,. I' 1 - Til., h;i n'1 ira p:< for i In- first. day of the l-'rildinix Cluli'y I'N'nvrmIIT :;o, are as follow - ; -- waituna hack iitkhlks. r>r nm sm-. -\ l> r» n t mil! mile and a halt*. st. lb. st. 11.. T'ali II . . 1 <> 1 '■'< I rui 'l .l V • . . •* " Tilar k'-mi t h In !■'! Nm Humbug '> " Mnnau'atu .. !M f. Spoa rfu rm .. f> M f'h i!<! .. in Ythan . . «> 0 ,Jayson Mi:: 1 ir t i n «• '•> <> Ani'imirni'U'i* In (irtirnpy " fotsfiold .. '> in Snndv l)i.t M 0 Kinir I'ia m ond .. U <> 'I'I)"inn mi !» '' Coldrn Stinnv SoriL r •' n Kmpirf ') Rirhfiold . . U 'i AnriANCr TK i A 1 - PLATK. of '-0 soy-. Six st. 11. " >1 lb. Spurting Son;,' (♦ n \\;i ft i ;i n >'S * X n Dawn L. .11. .. - n I'rinr.-- x n Waimlut . . x n Kitn-'s \.nnrry x n Amanti* . . X n Aussi.. !»a . . x M <!:,i' 1' 1 r K < d x ("v nola . . x 11 (i ay Poy . . n Kfnturk v Sa '.uny . . X n Son- * " Hani 'liino* x n Cliafai-no X n Sn»-a rslmt x 0 A11) y .. x (\ K; ir a .. x n Stat'* Tiank x n ( hif\\ li*'t u x n kkiumm; rn\ or .. »>„, mil.- and a '| a a i o . ! 11.. '• t M'. si) 1111> sky n (i l;» d 7 I Arikira . . x x Pa-Mon I'rutt 7 1 1 'la t can .. - x i:„si .. 7 1 J Aira Klinn x :: knnn-Mit .. 7 ]! Tnjo Shaft. x c„ddlo .. 7 i\ Cat a 1 ny u *• x 'J >lit.-h .. 7 f> FI.VINfr HANDICAP. '• f 1 r:n S-\ fur,t ! 1" -i 11., S.niHimi- i 1 111i 11! i nIT Inflation .. x Lr,,]::.' 7 1:: (i v.i ltd ,1 it r v x 1 '.H i ni -h .. 7 j:; Royal 1n 11 y 11, i r> ..7 7 1 v ii 11 i i n r > '' <' • i II' i 4 . . 7 '> Tin- Ti-fi• • • x 'J Moat-.a . . 7 n I'orotiti X l Navali.' . . / n u FKthlHNi; .N'V KNIl.i: STA KF.S, of 1-5 ..MU. Ki\, furlnn^'S. 'f:. Ii-. v|. 11,. V I v 01 ] 11' | 1(. X i; l.attir.. ' . . 7 7 I'akainii .. <; S.7 7 A l.'li cm i<* 7 1'J Matnninny 7 7 } i u ii t ;-.ina n * s t lia s ..77 . 1 . c n i (j c r ] KDWirAI MACK 11 A N 1) M ' A !\ of ion si,vs. <ln" mil.- and a distant-. .-{.III. St. 11.. f aidd lo . . '» r, fw.val Chrrrv Kin- !» :: Han-iupi 7 X nine llnv '» 'J .. 7 X Davi.-lni-k •- i:; l.adv I'jlack Man x r, 7 7 Kinidf.ii- x Cold st: t c • ii 7 7 linn n i f Val- s 1 ('allainarl " 7 A1«-idfs 7 1:'. Kv;n..n . . 7 Mis« Kla \ .')> .. 7 7 Hushnl.vn 7 l:; l.,vrr«.slc .. 7 7 Lord I'ka IVrc .. 7 7 Monti.n 7 M Ijimlonm .. 7 7 i |>i t f» .. 7 11 sir Spoar 7 7 i j i 0 s a r e riTZKOV HACK 11 A N 1 >! ('A P, of 100 ,m,vs. Six f ii rloriLrs. si. 11.. '-I.I1'. 1-ady Kyra 0 n P.non .. 7 X Arena .. X. 1 .luhilof Soiiff 7 X Squat-H Arm X 1) Lord All Spirit .. XX 1 for,, ford 7 7 Canopy , . X x Sporlintr "Palm ' . . X s Soni; " " f.nnd .. X llaltima .. 7 7 Morrv \V;iv S 'J IVrimrtcr 7 7 Timorous 7 1'J Au.ssir Ka 7 f> (•'old (.'lf'am 7 If/ay Hoy .. 7 5 Sivrccy .. 7 1*J l'lamin.-o .. 7 f> Silk Sox .. 7 in Misfire! .. 7 - Coloriso .. 7 !> CIonil>ron.\v 7 'J Jtclium . . 7 !» 0 t £ S 0 0 c o s a K1WITKA HANDICAP, of 1 15 Sovon St.. lit. RI . 11'. I'omp .. !> r* Coppor Kinir X £ Parmer Hunting Sunnv Skv !» Kodjrc x 5 Koyai ' ..XI Knulinp M 2 La Ponpor X 1 Sancnine Posehrvin. .. 7 1! Kins x in d TROTTING CLUB GOES s INTO RECESS (rrt*ss issociiTios telbgkam.^ y g i r y HASTINGS, November 19. A decision to go into recess for one year was arrived at by the I-Iawke's Bay Trotting Club on Saturday. The club will retain its permit. One of the principal reasons for the decision is that the death of one prominent local owner, and the retirement of others, has removed a great, deal of support from the club. The position will be reviewed in a year.

follows: — MELKOSE UA< K HANDICAP, of 150 sovs. Five furlongs. st. lb. st. 1). Life Guard 9 r> Nofamint •• 7 7 Mata. llari !) 0 Chief .Uarsong 8 fi Emerald 7 7 Express X fi Master Rex 7 7 Mazir X Iliffh. Tea .. 7 7 Moorw.v n X .Royal Dam-n 7 7 „My Money 8 •j Barn Dance 7 7 HiVh (.'rest S o To I-Jai 7 7 Arouse 7 1 Whaddon "Whirling rj Ch aso 7 7 Koxy 7 J - Our Bonnie 7 7 Astnrtli 7 .11 Temouatekapa 7 7 Ji.'i roirra ph 7 1 0 Rod Hawk 7 7 Sir A11! i 7 JO Teremai 7 7 J'or(J Arm 7 0 Firebrick 7 7 Laudatory 7 '.) Air Lassi© 7 7 Dancinir l.ady 7 8 Oamlfist 7 7 'Mo.«s \"ak 7 X East, Aero . . 7 7 Gold M usk 7 X Ga«cello 7 7 Aeranna . . 7 7 Harbour A minis Friar 7 7 Bridco 7 7 7 7 Shellshoek A 11)01*1 US • . 7 7 lilly 7 7 The Khedive 7 7 TJKf HACK Jicnn jKS HANWCAI\ of 2'H) sovs. On<" in lo and three-quarter St. lk •St. lb. Brown Abbey 10 I :i The Hiker 0 8 Kins Win Pi i Clan lionald 0 J lluminat r 1 0 K i I in u i p '» Kahunoke JO •j Pwnitfhted 9 0 Mnrrnlh 9 1:: Valorous 9 0 Valpai 9 t 'J Don't. Laj) 9 0 Archcen . . 9 10 homo .. 9 0 !\uby Metenr 9 9 Tnnduleyo 9 0 M jss l>a /./Ac9 s Stirrup Cup 9 0 CAM BJMA J1A N 1)1 OA 1 , r.f 225 sovs Five furlongs. sL n.. St. lb. Cay Sheik 9 A Kudorace • . 7 r» Triune s l > T'ersian Lady 7 5 Parquet, . . 7 10 Light Dn Friend 7 9 Comedy 7 r» ]\1af elcinjr 7 9 Link 7 5 General Ruse 7 8 l>i\ . „ 7 r> Hunting Eei a h 7 4 Srrnn 7 f» A rniaeonrt 7 i Pa lanio 7 r» Cay Aero, .. 7 0 Dubarry ? r> alison' ct;p, of 'l(K) Mivs. One mi lo and a quarter. st lb. pi. Ih. Kind's Barosc<»r'C 7 fi K n a v (\ 9 0 Kins Musk: 7 ;; Gold Trail K 9 "Midian » . • 7 *2 Kiltowyn S 9 Wh alcapara 7 0 Cay K i 1 In dar 7 0 MariffMd * 0 Jaeldy Earn 7 0 Carfe* X A r (rumen t, 7 0 M un-afoon X MVishnfi , . 7 0 Knrokio X 0 Alloy 7 n M as 1 'T ('a I ien t e - % 7 0 Noival 7 1 Desert Star 7 0 Ciiv Blonde 7 i Monanui •. 7 0 Koval Artist. 7 10 Musquil 7 0 Lord Val .. 7 a Ornamental 7 0 (Jay Broney 7 7 The Sun 7 0 SPK ING STE •;PLKCJ1ASE. of 250 ova. A unit three miles. >4 lb. st lb. Wrc Pa 1 1 o J 0 Capella Flower Bhk 1 o fi Ah hey 9 7 1 Icnrv of ('liromadyne 9 4 Na vane 11I A h > o n t 9 2 Yhrspis 10 ;» Sltimp 9 0 N.-jl 1 0 Lueess 9 0 St. Warri^al 9 i:; Luminary . . 9 0 < 'opey . . 9 11 ('nrdon . . 9 0 Miss* 1 >a 7,7.1'' 9 11 M Land 9 0 Tow n lirau 1 y !1 1 0 f' 11KLTEN f IA .M 1A N*T»ICA 1', of 'J. 0 c u \ s. si. 11-. K! . lb I.Viealn 9 l/Allf-rn . . 7 Imamint * 7 Kin- F"rd .. 7 7 Brit ish Kerepai 7 G Columbia s r, Silver Sunny Sky . . X •1 Jubilee 7 <> Star Artist H ■1 Prolvxo 7 r> Versa nt . . k <> [lushing 7 0 Arr-h Kukr ' 12 Psy.-holo-ist 0

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RACING AND TROTTING, Press, Volume LXX, Issue 21326, 20 November 1934

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