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THE TURF.

RACING FIXTURES Sept. 1 and 2—Murton .IC Ancual Septi i and 11 —Wellington Pony and Gallo ( way R.C ~ Sept B,and 9—Horawheuua Hack R.C. An nual (Levin) Sept. 15 and 16.—Ashburton County RC. Spring Sept 15 and 16-Rangitikei RC Spring . Sept. IS, 22 and 25-Avomla!o JC Spring Sunt 2.1 and 25 —Wanganui J C Surmg \ Sept. 30 and —Lower Valley J C .Annual Oct 2 and'B.—Wellington Pony and Galloway R.C Oct. 13 and U.—Dunedm J C. Spring. / '. NOTES AND COMMENTS. , [Br Gi.ekccb ] There will bo pony racing at Miramnr on Saturday next. ; Tho llarton Jockey Club's meeting takes place to-day. ''Acceptances for the first day's events at . tho Rorowhonua Hack Raciug Club's meeting close on Friday next Owners should noto that, oh Friday evening, entries close for classic races of tho Manawatu Racing Club, and of tho Wanganui Jockoy Club" 1 In the handicaps for the first day of the Horowhenua meeting, published last Friday, V/aiata, Bst 21V, was omitted from the Electric Hack Hiindicap The New Zealand pony Psyche, that was taken to Australia a few weeks ago, has ' been granted a 14 3 certificate m Sydney, and E W. Thompson, who went across with her, h y is been granted a jockey's license ,'H Telford will ndo Rangih?cta and Waipunohu an the hurdle faces at\tho Marton meeting to-day and to-morrow. J Mr. D Buick's team for tho Marton meeting will includo Aberbrothock and Rangikura, the fuli-brother to Rangipapa' At the Manawatu Stud Company's farm, near PaJmerston North, tho Clanranald maro Aoollo has foaled a fine filly to Sir Laddo Erl King' has been galloping and jumping in good style at Napier, and has been sent to compete in the hurdle events at Marton, where he will bo ridden by E. O'Brien. It was raining hoavily at Marton 'ast night, and, oven if it Bhould be fine for todaj'S racos/the going is sure to be on the heavy side. '( % Captain' tho handsome full-brother to Buoyant, Lwill "probably make his first appeal anco under silk at the Horowhenua meeting natt week Mr. Wire Pewene's Naumai, who has /recently rejoined C Pritchard's team at the Hutt, ran a verj fast couple of furlongs one morning last week, and Ins trainer is quite satisfied that he has lost none of 'his pace. Tho Hutt jockoy, R. Hatch, has 'been enndo Inev and First Consul in their engagements at tho Martbn hxture Ho may possibly have to declare a couple of poundß overweight in each*case , Mr. L. food's Chauvelin (Soultp-Ina-raorata) will be among the starters-in the Maiden Race at Marton to-day, and will be ridden by N. Campbell. Chauvelin has been doing good work at' Trentham, but, bb a big field is sore to- go to the post in the Maiden Race at Martbn, the element of luck wDI probably onter into the contest.) , 'Ambrdsian is engaged ir tho Maiden Tlate ' at Marton this afternoon, and alsouu the , Tutaoaui Welter, but th* general opinion Seems to" 1 be that she will be started in tho latter event only, as A. Oliver, who has remained m the Dominion specially to ride her, will more easily <be ''able to scale tho weight required for the Weltor Race than the special weight 'she would carry in the , Maiden Plate. , ;,Boforo leaving for tho Marton meeting, the two-joar-old colt First Consul was doing good work oo.,tbe Opaki track, and one day'last week he was ciedited with running six furlongs in Imm 18scc For tho time of the j ear, this 13 reckoned to bo one of the-best gallops ever seen on the Opaki course.' First Consul is by Conqueror from Lady Principal and belongs to the same family as ISordenfeldt, Robinson Crusoe, Martini-Henrj, and other great perforators, while, in addition, h"e is one of the finest- I looking colts' in training. His one fault is ' that ho is slow at the barrier, but ho is improving with evory race, and should be a __ good winner this season. Anangomonta havo been made by tho ' "Horowhenua Racing Club whereby the Rail, -way Department wijl issuo holiday excursion tickets for tho laces at Lovin next wook. One of the richest two-year-old in England, tho National Breeders' Prbdnco v Stakes, of £5,000, was run at 1 Saidown Park last month. It was won by Lord Roscbory's Neil Gow, who was badly left .n a Sold of seventeen starters, bnt who won easily at tho finish. Neil Gow is by Marco (Bajcald.ne-T-Novitiate) from Cholandry, by Goldfinch from Illuminate, by Rosiorucian from Paraffin It will be thus seen that Neil Gow belongs to tho same family as tho brood mare Flair, who was recently sold for 15,000 guineas, and the Waikanao sire Bezonian, whose dam Gaa is half-sister to Cholandry, the dam of Neil Gow Nearly , all tho representatives of the Paraffin family have proved great winners. '' _ Baluarte, regarded as tho champion horse in South Africa, is being Bent to England Ho is South American-ored, but arrived in South Africa when a yeailing E G. do Jlestre, who has cnarge of the horse, is well known as a successful trainer in South 'Afrjca. An Australian by .birth, ho has all his life been associated with racehorses His father, the late Mr. E. io Mestro, had tho honour of, wjunrog 'the first Melbourne Cap over run fo:., That was in 1861, when 'Archer tarnpd tho "all black" to tho fore, and repeated his success in the following year In 1867 Tim Wluffler wdro tho sime j'ackot first post, and Calamai'in 1878 made the fourth Melbourne Cup winner owned and trained by Mr de Mestro The latter also trained Chester when that good horse won the doublo, V R C. Derbi 'and Melbourne Cup (1877), the most coveted combination in. Australian racing Merman was aiiother of Mr do Mestre's breeding It is E G. do Mcstro's intention to resumo -training in England if an opportunity presents itself.

??'. : : i';S ,I i?? ; •"/''.';.-.^:^-'4lr:'.^W : vv^:'.'-'BidwiU^:-,racofiorsfl~jt'rov6x!B> :•■;?.' ■;■;; ti6n,V tho ';;& 3.0i. flerby; "arrived ■;.; ; vby the.Jlanuka.'th'is was'.landed i •)•:;• ■■;_',; ;in.,good'coridition;;iV;:^^ J I :f :P ONY Bv GALLtJ^Yv,RArj|NG;?CLUB. ; '?.'V ; '??i : •;.' '.■■:i^b«::hnnng,.C U n i .and;:flying.-Hanaicap,v,to'. --'- ■'•■ "■< 5S>™ n i"5i 1 ; o V> Vcl A lugton::Pony.;ond1ugton::Pony.;ond .Galloway i;y ;.■ ■■_ ■■; Easing, Club s.'nieeting :—?.':-X'--s■■■ '■■ ■'•':r'v v' .'■* >'?'; : : CUP;-;Six;furiongs^Aurifera : l2st- : \ ; ;: f ;Bst.'.v6lb.j ..Sunshine,- qst.;V2lb;; ; ;:Mermaid,' H'■ '• '"'' ■''■ ? "&■- }\ .^'K^iCbabnel,'' Bst. ;> ; A'??? ur i on „ 8 ' nnd '' ■"■>: '', -..a..half.,-Moata,* 10st..;J21b.V St'.•Helens' lost :',. V'llOlb.r.Anglit'iiri.'VlOst.'./Clb:;,Sweet -Lethe,' 9st' ■',','■; .:■ '•'■■ -131b:; ( ' Mermaid,'. ,OsU;Sib';; ''.Inspiration; '• 9st •' :l:'■- .'.V'.: :Emmn,' A Bst..'.l3lb.;j :potrohol, *Bst;^,l2lb.';■.Merril : niifnu,i-.'Bat,;-.Blb.';'lnkbuia'h,' 'Bst:''-71b.;/Priiice -'.... •'■'■'! Koy,Vßst'.'!.'slb;; :Blueboli;' Bst' Mb.; .'Gold' Cup r .':'-;..'■■••,;Bst; : fAh;;. Channel,.'Bst.: 51b.;: ikiho, Sst. 51b • ' v:V:~r Bhdi;Lady: ; Pauphini:Bst.;slb;-i!: ; i :'V:V: ? : :■■•..' v ;? Vwanganui:j.c;k^rjng?m^ -,v:.i. VVFor,'the: VA\'angcnui;\Jockeyi:ciub's'?'' spring i -. boon , '' ; >''eived:^V;-. ;: -:-'.'- ! "'^'"'' ; '' ;v ---.'V : -'..';■';.: ..:■ , I:.:::, ; V.''FIRST. i a)AY.,:V:; :<;;?:•';;,.-: ; ......:..s!.. a;\.Te K'ahurangi.. Jterriypnia,' Gold Lace, ~.i . ;..Boaner»es, -Tip Toe; .North' East, v... Pohutn;;Sir,.Antria,.a'nd NlcoV :V:V:V"tine.-'VVVVV^VAVV:vV ! ;.: /, ':?: ; : U'^-'trt" ' MAIDEN«Bkck.:?:;Six VfnrUingsSLatchet, Colossus, 'Stewardess, • Subdue/'ldealism,' -Marshal, Celaeh6V' : Silva,;BlueGun)V Spontaneous, Thetis, i:c|uiU>s."-St.';,Vcnt6n, -True Shot. -Official, JRojal Patron; Lady.; Mona,',Sea;',Wind, Arivore, Siipaw 1 iy,..-Cclebration;.;and -St.. Kil"telti' . .::;'■ ■~ ■''•,•

••= OKEHU HANDICAP HURDLES.- About one mile and three-quarters;— Cavalry, Exruoor, Belario, Xavier, Chase ilab, Anemone/ Oryx,'; and ! ,Mount..Conk.,-; .-.;■ i GONVILLE HACK HURDLES. - About one milo • and five furlongs.—Wainiariar Clemency, Whimper! LbthaiW Wirral, Moscow,' Tambour Major, Chase Mab,,Moose, Waipunehu, 'Feu do Joio/Xockguard, Stayboy, Prizeman, and Commonwealth. • ■■•; ■ ,:.;;",.,■!• -.■■''■■%■ '■■;.-■;;'...•: HACK;'HANDICAP;: ; 'one>,mile;Bridge, Dolce/Mildura. Dr. Shimose,: Miscast, Timothy; :Glissade,- Mallet, .Red. Wing,; Paione; Arijim; /I'winkleV Cauldron, Dervish, '.Waiata, Maidi; Waiari, .Tambour .'. Major,' Llanwern, .Marathon;;; Captain:' Bell, :Chase . :Mab, ' A'pbllihar.is,! R/o.hopotae, and Highdon..'v-- "■'.,'}'■■ « SPRING; HANDICAP, brio 'jiifiilePAlb Red, Mendip,:. : Br.oadswbrd,'Sharpshooter,' ; Lady MenV .sciiikoff,' L'ougner,' Diamond. Star,' Coronet'ted,, Lady'fLuay,' Sir Frisco, Malmtd, Irish' Rifle, .Guiding Step, King' Wafkaraka;"First- Mate, Roosevelt, Uhlando;■:and Wee Trin-ket-i-i; ■;'.:,'- ■'.:-. .:.,'-/:/.;.;. V ; : ':v; :.;;:■"; :: ; ' i -'i:-::i' : .V ;.;, y ; ; ;;,V;V '.'OWEN:.HANDiCAP..:■ Six :'furlongs.-Merri : : vonia,'Gold Lace, Lorigner,:Diamond.Star,Mon Ami; • St. Bill, Boanerges, Tip.Toe',';Overtime,' North East, Irish Rifle, and Sir .Antrim.V .-■ dini; ;Dolc«,'Latchct, Colossus, Dr. Shimose, Subdue,' Idealism,' Miscast, Glissade,; Marshall; Celaerio.'.Silva, Kaiwawa, : Paione, Spontaneous; Ariom,- Thetis, •■'Twinkle,' Cauldron, Shannon Lass,' Dervish,' Waiata, Official;: Captain Bell; RoyaJ "Patron; Sea Wind, Young,Bezoui, Apol-: linarhv.Ariyoro.'Rohepbtae, arid St. Kildarb.•'..."'BRUNSWICKI' HANDICAP;.' HURDLES/ About'one-milo and a'.lialf.—Cavalry, 1 Exmoor, Wirral;; Belario;,'Whatakilra j ' v Maioi, : Xavier, Anenidrio, 1 Oryx, 'Stayboy,. Mount Cook, 'and Commonwealth.;'■ ;' ■'.'■&:■; ..■■;•:':,■■:.' -.:;'■;'' •..'■•;' KARAMOMO ! /HACK ; HURDLES^: /'Abpnt one mile arid a half— Waimaria; Uemehcy, 'Whimper,; Lothair, Wirf al, Moscow, Tambour Major, Chasa Waipunehu,. Feu/de Jo'ie, .•Lochgiiard, Prizeman,.and Commonwealth.,:',■ ;■ : VOrio : :mile;.-and.';a ■quarter.T-Wim'meraj . Dolce,"- ; Swimming- Belt,Meridib, Lady '.MenseUikplf, , Diamond Star, .Xylophone,,-.- jleriwo, ~ Sir' Prize, ..Mallet; -, Tip Toe, Coronet ted; -.Lady.- Lucy,'. Sir•'. Frisco, Vila-, huta,, Irish Rifie, Belarib, Guiding' Step;' Llan T ■iwern, 'King/Post, Poh'utu, Walkaraka; Roosevelt, Uhlarido, and."; Wee .Trinket., '"■';'..''...7'/'/-'''; '.i '■ ' iRAILWiY'HACk.f Six.-furlongs.'—Kiiindini, 'Dr.'.'Shimose, .'Stewardess,;Longner, .'ldealian; ,Timo'tby, Celaeno," Red Wing,;, Jennie;'-Kaiwawa.,' .Blue,.Gurh; VDebonaire, Aenia, Shannon .'Lass,, jWaiata,'Waiari,Captain. Bell, Cauldron; t Nico- ; tine; arid/Highdon; ,'.;■■; v.-'-..:'■' ' :,;'•.,■./;,;., ■ MARANGAI -' /'HANDICAP; ''-'Onetl Bridge, ;Lady. Medallist,' ;Mendip,- ■;/ Expansion; .'Lbngner;. Merrivonia,. Diamond Stir,-.Hoan-' erges,.'Mallet;: Cordnetted, : North, East,- Irish Rifle, .Aenia; tGuifiing ■ Step,■.Llanwern;; Marathon, First Mate, Weo Trinket,;and Mildura.,.;

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THE TURF., Dominion, Volume 2, Issue 601, 1 September 1909

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