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Tlie Xurf. ' FIXTURES. Deo. 23, 27, and 28— Manawatu R.C. Summer. Deo. 27— Kaikoura R.C. Annual. Deo. 27 and 28 — Cromwell J.C. Annual. Deo. 27 and 28 — Dunedin J.C. Summer. .Deo. 27, 30, Jan. 1 and 3 — Auckland R.C. Summer. Dec. 27— Porangahau R.C. Annual. Dec. 27 and 28— Thames J.C. Summer. Dec. 27 — Hurunui T.C. Annual. Dec. 27 and 28 — Taranaki J.C. Christmas Deo. 27 and 28 — Reefton J.C. Midsummer Deo. 29 — Ashhurst-Pohangina R.C., Annual. Deo. 31 and Jan. I—Greymouth1 — Greymouth J.C. Summer. Jan. I—Methven1 — Methven R.C. Annual. Jan. I—Te1 — Te Karaka R.C. Annual. Jan. I—Wyndham1 — Wyndham R.C. Annual. Jan. I—Palmerston1 — Palmerston R.C. Summer. Jan. 1 and 3 — Rangitikei R.C. Summer. Jan. 1 and 3 — Vincent J.C. Annual Jan. 1 and 3-r-Wairarapa R.C. Summer Jan. 1 and 3 — Hawkes Bay J.C. Summer. Jan. 1 and 3 — Stratford R.C. Annual Jan. 3 — Waikouaiti R.C. Annual. Jan. 3 and 4-r^Southland R,C. Summer. During the past week interest in» connection with the Auckland Cup has been growing, and several notable incidents have occurred. All Red is now on the scene of action, in company with his stable mate Diabolo, and the pair probably made their ■ appearance on the training tracks this morning. Fit though he appears, Mr. Buckley's horse will require to show far better form in Eller6lie than he did at Riccarton last month if he is to be prominent, and- many people prefer Porirua's second siring* 1 Diabolo, who will be carding 231b less than weigh t-for-age. Little news of an informative character has lately been heard of Downfall, but so far as can be gathered all is well with him, and this being the case he should run prominently. In the New Zealand Cup he was right in the thick of the fray until well into the running, -'and had he been handled with a- little *mor6 'judgment lie must have finished -considerably closer to the winner. Sir ilPrizeTias a fair share of admirers, -but .Ton Riccarton form he seems certain to beaten by Roosevelt, who iB far the more favourably handicapped of the .pair. Some people are, I fancy, inclined to place too much reliance on tne running in the Canterbury Cup, in which St. Paul's little son set up what, on the face of it, appeared to be a most attractive performance. Personally, however, 1 feel convinced that -the 1 race referred to was a very falsely "run one indeed, as in fact was shown tby the position occupied by All Red, \nofc to mention First Gun.' In the All Red was well beaten ;\vhen a mile had "been traversed, and "in the' »Stead Memorial Cup, in -which Xh& finished . a .bafi, last, .he ran an "in7calculable number, of pounds below his •true form. How came it, then, that the got into second place under weightfo"r:age conditions in the Canterbury Cup'/ Until the Stead Memorial. Gold Cup -had been decided many of us scratching our heads in an endeavour to account for this, but the result of -the latter event proved conclusively that Mr. Buckley's horse had in fact goHe off, as had been thought after the -decision of tho Metropolitan, and that, "~ffie form shown in the Canterbury Cup was not in the least reliable. To those who do not hold with such a view I would only remark that, if true to their belief, they" had better pin their faith on First Gun, who finished fourth, witnin a length of Sir Prize, in the longr,distanqQ i e,Y<jnji;,under2i9.s, and will only have 7.3 to carry at Ellerslie. •Nganuka has been much favoured, and though Advocate had him well beaten in a gallop last Wednesday, ho has still' a. largo" army of admirers, some of whom aver that when last seen out he failed for somo reason or another to show up as prominently as he should. have done. Last season he presented Sir Prize — then known as Kilmarncck — with 51b and a handsome beating in tho Egmont Cup, and showed smart form at the Great Northern Steeplechase meeting, at which he won the two principle flat/ •races. ~ Waimangu's.^ chief recommenda"tion "lies in' the fact of his having run third to All Red and Downfall, at a difference of 30£lb and 21£lb respectively in the A.R.C. Autumn Handicap, and second to Advocate, from whom fie wa3 in. receipt of 71b in the Birthday Handicap. Of the others perhaps Lawn Rose, who ran a fair race in the New Zealand <Jup, after getting badly left at the post,^may be, the best. At the time of writing the final payments have not been made. At the conclusion of the Newmarket Second October meeting, the Special Commissioner' of the London Sportsman wrote as follows : — "Perhaps the most interesting feature of the week has been the* running of Bayardo, who has now proYed^ to demonstration that he is -the , best -horse in training, and I think the Best we have seen Eince Spearmint. His *Lemberg, won the Middle •£*ark Plate to-day, but > that in no : way' 21Cer^my opiriiOn that he wjll never be the equal «t his three-year-old relative. Admiral Hawk had donei so well since Doncaster, and impressed all who saw at KemptonJast week so favourably, that I, for one, gave him the preference for to-day's race, though I have always Jbhought Lemberg, at his best, the more promising colt of the two. As they ran to-day it would certainly seem that the brother to Pretty Polly — Admiral Hawke does not. get sfs furlongs. At four and five furlongs he looked like winning, but in the dip Dillon's whip went up, and though the colt nan on. gamely, he could not hold his own with' either winner or second. Of the 'latter pair Lemberg has always been winning, and Martin, on the American colt, Whisk Broom, was "niggling" at his mount a long way from- home, but the son of Broomstick hung'- on very tenaciously, and stayed the course right out. It is difficult to say ho-w much Maher has in hand when he wins a 'race as he did to-day, but, generally speaking, when you «cc- his elbows square- out, grass-, hopper 'fashion, he has no doubt about, the issue. The elbows gave this sign to-day, and unless I am much mistaken Whisk Broom will find Lemberg hdrder to beat over seven furlongs than over six. The son of Cyllene was looking better than he did at Kempton, but not, to my mind, -quite as well as Admiral Hawke, while the" full quartered and very racing-like Whisk Broom had a host of followers, he being, according to authentic report, the best' two-year-old'innToyner's stable. ' ' " The second meeting between Danube and Formby,' which will come about in the Great Northern Foal Stakes, will prove one of the attractions of the openlpg day of the A.R.C. Summer Meeting. In the Welcome Stakes Formby was presenting Mr. Greenwood's colt with 101b, a penalty earned through his victory in the Wellesley Stakes at Trentham, and in view of this, and the smashing manner in which he subsequently put down Madam Madcap and Formeden, to each of whom he was conceding any amount of weight, in ithe Juvenile Plate, many people are indined( to regard him as the better colt of the two. The fact, however, of his BavingT had the advantage of previous experience -when the pair last met should Dot be lost sight of. Danube, too, looked more susceptible of improvement in the matter of condition than his greatest rival, who thus early in the season appeared to be wound up to £be last notch.

Anyway, they are a pair of exceptionally fine colts, and it is to be hoped that when they meet at Ellcrslie at level weights each will be offered equal opportunities of showing . up in his brightest colours. The additions to the stewards' stand at Trentham, ■which were recently decided upon, are now well in hand and all should be in Teadiness for the Summer Meeting. 'They c-onsist of a large room, fronted with a balcony, such as that which runs along the front of the stand as it has been known up' to the present, and will provide accommodation for members and their friends. Access to the same will be by way of the steps leading up to the press and trainer's stand, and it is to be hoped that these same steps* will be made considerably wider than they are at present. There is now quite a sufficient congestion upon them on race days, ~and if members and visitors are also to use the same the position will be anything but convenient. J. E. Brewer, who has had half a dozen years' experience of English racing, is of opinion that when horses fail to show thoroughly consistent form, and owners, trainers/ and riders are in consequence considered to be dishonest, the explanation may generally be found in changes of weather and other conditions, vagaries of health and so on. The ethics of English racing, says a writer in the Australasian, no doubt justify Brewer's view, the expression of which is satisfactory and gratifying. I understand that his sojourn in Australia will extend over about two months, and if during that period he should attend a few suburban meetings he will probably see some things which will open even his practised eyes and make him stand aghast. A couple of months' experience should enable him to realise that English and Australian racing are almost as dissimilar as the climates, the flora and, the fauna of the two countries. So much the more unfortunate for Australia ! WELLINGTON R.C. SUMMER MEETING. RECORD ENTRIES. For the Wellington Racing Club's Summer Meeting the following nominations have been received :—: — FIRST DAJ. Trentham Welter Handicap ; one mile. — Rangikapua, Separator, Guianforte, Lucretius, Glenfield, Parable, Gold Treasure, Laius, Merrie Goer, Tauira, Waxy, Marengo, Waiwareware, Hilarian, Liquid Air, and Subdue. Anniversary Welter Handicap ; one mile. — Mataari, Federal, Dolce, Miss Mischief, Polyanthus, Wimmera, Miscast, Bourrasquc, Effor.t, - St. Felix, Aboriginal, Playmate, Glen, ' Full Sail, Kilwinning, Sharpshooter, Boutade, San Fernando, Sandstream, Voetgang, Kaitoko, Captain Bell, Diabolo, Swimming Belt, Diamond Star, • Tiptoe, Chauvelin, Montreal, Te Ru, Paisano, WaikaTaka, Rangikura, and Hydrant. Electric Handicap'; five furlongs. — Federal, Bally Shannon, Theodore, Mon Ami," Sea Queen, Gold Lace,. Longner, Multiple, Ambala, Silk Web, Gold Thread, Lace Collar, Broadsword, Flitaway, Overtime, Gipsy Belle, Te Kahiirangi, Contendent, Ideate, Naumai, Warlock, Boanerges, Waia-ta, Mania, and Glenspring. Nursery Handicap ; four furlongs. — Achray, Martyre, Lady Reina, Danube, All Blue, Esmet, Ngatiruanui, Bonus, Longstep, Formless, Crown Derby, Varna, Warsong, Kohinoor, Madhura, Saxifrage, Tenterhook, St. Bees, Tribulation, Inspection, St. Lawrence, Enyo, Humming Bird, Sonite, Deploy, and Odessa. . Wellington jCuoi Haiidig&p ; ono mile and a half.— TrVigariini, Ukraine, Chauvelin, Boutade, Prim, Kopu, Muskerry, Maori 1 King, Miscast, Flhigot, Waipaku, Gold Lace, Ringdove, Bobrikoff, Downfall, Chanteuse, Advocate, Golden Loop, Equitas, First Gun, Elysian, Lady Medallist, All Red, Bollin, Husbandman, Taskmaster, Ngapuka, Sir Antrim, Merrivonia, Sandstream, Moloch, Te Pnia, Roosevelt, Merrie Zealand, Tawhaki, Captain Bell, Diabolo, Sir Tristram, Tiptoe, Artillerie, Paisano, .Warlock, Perolina, Ambrosian, Crucinella, [ Koran, Aberbrothock, Berengaria, Osiris, Lawn Rose, Uhlando, Bismarck, and Uranium. Ruapehu Handicap ; six furlongs. — Splash, Dolce, Succession, Separator, Kautuk'u, Twinkle, Latchet, Kina, Undecided, Pakau, Pannas, Parula, Eaglestone, Llanwern, Ukraine, Wai- 1 kahua, Te Roti, Toanga, Attention, Explosive, Subdue, ,Jena, and Aimwell. Telegraph Handicap j six furlongs. — Sir Frisco, Armlet, Theodore, Kilindini, Mon Ami, Full Rate, Iranui, Longner, Vi, Multiple, Ambala, Tamainupo, Silk Web, Golden Loop, Aboriginal, Simplex, Equitas, Gpld Crebt; Broadsword, Full Sail, Kilwinning, Sharpshooter, Overtime, Penates; Gipsy Belle, Contendent, Bollin, Woodhey, Ballarat, White Cockade, Sunbonnet, Nyland, Crucinella, Waiata, and Tumut. SECOND DAY. Mungaroa Welter Handicap ; seven furlongs. — Magneto, Separator, Kildonian, Guianforte, Glenfield, Gold Treasure, Laitis, Merrie Goer, Taurra, Captain Bell, Faunus, Parula, Waxy, Mafengo, Waiwareware, Hilarian, Toanga, Liquid Airj Attention, Explosive, and Bluebell. January Welter Handicap ; one mile. - — Rangikapua, Mataari, Boutade, Miss Mischief, Polyanthus, Wimmera, Miscast, Effort, St. Felix, Parable, Gold Treasure, Aboriginal, Glen, Full Sail, Kilwinning, Sharpshooter, San Fernando, Genius, Sandstream, Tawhaki, Taitoko, Diabolo, Swimming Belt, Diamond Star, Chauvelin, .Montreal, Te Ru, Paisano, Hilarian, Waikaraka, Singer, Rangikura, Hydrant, and Bismarck. Wellington Racing Club Handicap ; one mile and a-quarter. — Truganini, Advontage, Prim, Kopu, Muskerry, Maori King, Miscast, Ringdove, Bobrikoff, Downfall, Chanteuse, Advocate, Tamainupo, Lady Medallist, All Red, Gold Crest, Husbandman, Taskmaster, Kilwinning, Ngapuka, Sir Antrim, Merrivonia, Sandstream, Moloch; Te Puia, Roosevelt, Merrie Zealand, Tawhaki, Captain Bell, Diabolo, Swimming Belt, Bollin, Sir Tristram, Woodhey, Tiptoe, Artillerie, Paisano, Waikaraka, Perolina, AmbTosian, Crucinella, Koran, Aberbrothock, Berengaria, Osiris, and Uranium. < Fitzherbert Handicap, five furlongs. — Achray, Martyre, Lady Reina, All Blue, Esmet, Ngatiruanui, Petruvia, Formless, Grown Derby, Varna, Warsong, Kohinoor, Tenterhook, Overtime, St. Bees, Bonus, Tribulation, Inspection, Enyo, Humming Bird, Sonite, Deploy, • and Odessa. • ' - " Douro Cup Handicap, six furlongs. — Splash, Magneto, Waoriki, Dolce, Royal Marine, Succession, Kildonian, Waitoto, Waiouru, Sea Queen, Ristori, Emblemj Multiple, Ambala, Bourbon,Golden Loop, Golden Water, Kautuku, Excalibur, ' Latchet, Kina, Full Sail, Sea. Elf, Undecided, Gold Top, Captain Kidd, Genius, Captain Bell, Pakau, St. Felix, Te Kahurangi, Idealism, Fanna, Eaglestone, First Battery, Ukraine, Afterthought, Leapuki, Te Roti, Warlock, Toanga, Attention, Penza, Subdue, Hilarian, Glenspring, Jena, and Aimwell. Metropolitan Handicap, six furlongs. — Sir Frisco, Federal, Armlet, Bally Shannon, Theodore, Kilindini, Mon Ami, Full Rate, Longner, Vi, Multiple, Ambala, Tamainupo, Silk Web, Golden Loop, Golden Water, Gold Thread. Simplex, Lace Collar, Equitas, Gold Crest, Broadsword, Full Sail, Kjlwinning, Sharpshooter, Flitaway, Overtime, Merrivonia, Penates, Vpetgang, Gipsy Belle,

Woodhey, Contendent, Bollin, Ballarat, White Cockade', Sunbonnet, Warlock, Nyland, Crucinella, Waiata, and Tumut. THIRD DAY. <■ Wallace Welter Handicap, six furlongs. — Magneto, Waioriki, Succession, Kildonian, Glenfield, Laius, Twinkle, Undecided, Merry Zealand, Tauira, Pakau, Captain Bell, Idealism, Fannas, Tarula, Eaglestone, Waxy, Marengo, Leapuki, Te Roti, Toanga, Attention, Liquid Air, Bluebell, and Subdue. Melrose Welter Handicap, seven;furlongs. — Sir Frisco, Mataari, Advantage, Federal, Dolce, Miss Mischief Polyanthus, Separator, Wimmera, Bally Shannon, Miscast,' Guianforte, Effort, Ristori, Emblem, Vi, Longner, St. Felix, Golden Loop, Parable, Gold Treasure, Aboriginal, Simplex, Glen, Full Sail, Kilwinning, Sharpshooter, Genius, San Fernando, Tawhaki, Taitoko, Captain Bell, Gipsy Belle, Swimming Belt, Simplex, Diamond Star, Llanwern, Ukraine, Montreal, Te Ru, Paisano, Waiwareware, Waikaraka, Nyland, and Sjnger. Hopeful Stakes Handicap, four furlongs.—Achray,- Martyre, Lady Reina, Danube, All Blue, Esmet, Ngatiraunui, Longstep, Formless, Crown Derby, Varna, Odessa-, Warsong, Kohinoor, Madhura, Saxifrage, Flitaway, Petruvia, Lady. Kilcheran, St. Bees, Bonus, Tribulation, Inspection, St. Lawrence, Formby, Enyo, Humming Bird, Sonite, and Deploy. Summer Handicap, one mile.— Sir Frisco, Truganini, Boutade, Armlet, Kops, Kilindini, Maori King, Muskerry, Miscast, Flingot, Effort, Gold Lace, Ringdove, Vi, Bobrikoff, Downfall, Chanteuse, Advocate, Tamainopo, Golden Loop, Golden Water, Aboriginal, Equitas, Elysian, Lady Medallist, All Red, Gold Crest, Husbandman; Taskmaster, Full- Sail, Kilwinniug, Flitaway, Ngapuka, Merrivonia, Sandstream, Te Puia, Roosevelt, Voetgang, .Merrie Zealand, Tawhaki, Captain Bell, Diabolo, Sir Tristram, Woodhey, Bollin v Tiptoe, Ballarat, Ukraine, Artillerie, Paisano, Sunbonnet, Waikaraka, Perolina, Crucinella, Koran, Rangikura, Berengaria, Tumut, and Uranium. Kaitoke Handicap, five furlongs.— Splash, Magneto, Dolce, Kildonan, Waiouru, Multiple, Ambala, Kaituku, Lace Collar, Excalibur, Twinkle, Kina, Overtime, Lares, Gold Top, Captain Kidd, Genius, Idealism, Fannus, Eaglestone, First Battery, Waikahua, Te Roti, Toanga, Explosive, Mania, Glenspring, Jena, and Aimwell. Consolation Handicap, one mile and a quarter. — Mataari, Truganini, Boutade, Prim, Miss Mischief, Muskerry, Maori King, Miscast, Guianforte, Flingot, Waipaku, Sea Queen, Ringdove, Bobrikoff, Downfall, Chanteuse, Equitas, Husbandman, All Red, Taskmaster, Kilwinning, Full Sail, Flitaway, Sandstream, Moloch, Te Puia, Roosevelt, Merrie Zealand^ Tawhaki, Captain Bell, Diabolo, Swimming Belt, .Woodhey, Bollin, Sir Tristram, Tiptoe, Chauvelin, Marengo, Artillerie, Paisano, Waiwareware, Hilarian, Warlock, Perolina, Ambrosian, Crucinella, Koran, Penates, Rangikura, Subdue, Osiris, Uhlando, and Bismarck. City Handicap, six furlongs. — Federal, Royal Marine, Armlet, Bally Shannon,' Theodore, Kilindini, Full Rate, Mon Ami, Sea Queen, Longner, Multiple, Ambala, Tamainupo, Silk Web, .Golden Water, Gold Thread, Equitas, LadyMedallist, Gold Cresfr, Broadsword, Full Sail, Kilwinning, Sharpshooter, Flitaway, Penates, ' Overtime, Gipsy Belle, . Te Kahurangi, Contendent, Woodhey, Bollin, First Battery, White Cockade, Sunbonnet, Warlock, Nyland, Boanerges, Waiata, Tumut, Jena, and Uranium. DUNEDIN J.C. ACCEPTANCES. fBT TEUSGBAPH— PBEBB ASSOCIATION.] DUNEDIN, 17th December. The following acceptances have been received for the first day of the Dunedin Jockey Club's Summer Meeting :—: — Summer Hurdles, one mile and threequarters. — Stormont 11.13, Bay Lupin 10.6, Kaikomako 10.0, and Coy 10.0. Salisbury, Hack Handicap, seven furlongs. — Eaglestone 8.7, Sacha 8.3, Merry Lass 8.2, Busyland 8.2, Stepaside 7.9, Moudjik 7.8, Zero 7.7, and Rochester 7.7. Dunedin Handicap, five furlongs.— Soldier's ' CWus ' 8.9, Susa 7.7, Kora 7.5, Aerina 7.5, and Vid 7.0. Otago Handicap, one mile and a quarter.— Field Gun 8.10, Rose Noble 8.2, Office Girl 8.2, Outlander 7.12, Tikitere 7.11, Astrakhan 7.10, Warsaw 7.2, Adjudge 6.10, Luresome 6.7, and Speculate 6.7. 'Federal Handicap, six furlongs. — Silkweb 9.9, Lupulite 8.10, Ilarita 8.10, Passion 8.5, San Severo 8.2, Zetland 7.4, Loftus 7.3, Lord Clutha 6.7,' and Red Morn 6.7. Otokia Welter Handicap, one mile. — Rose Noble 9.13, Zetland 9.6, Warsaw 9.1, Cuirosettia 8.13, Pinul 8.12, Adjudge 8.8, Inchbonny 8.7, Erskine 8.3, Jack, Ashore 8.2, Speculate 8.0, and Red arid Black 8.0. 5 Oaversham Handicap, six furlongs.— Obsono 9.6; "Land Rose 9.1] Merry Lass 8.9, Blue Bell 8.5, Palette 8.5, Redmond 8.4, Simon Pure 8.3, Firebell 8.2, Nightlight 8.1, Glenfield 8.0, Merrybeek 8.0, Optirneform 8.0, Castilla 8.0, Maudo Gbnne 8.0, Feodor 8.0, and Jewel Case 8.0. Trial Stakes, seven furlongs. — Glenfield 8.6, Lord Rosebery 8.6, Rochester 8.6, Platinum 8.3, Invincible 8.3, Adage 8.2, Nightlight 8.1, Lady de Vere 8.1, Merribeck 7.13, Waban 7.11, Castilla 7.11, and Shindy 7.11. AUCKLAND R.C. ACCEPTANCES. AUCKLAND, 17th December. Acceptances for minor events on the opening day of the Auckland Racing Club's Summer Meeting closed to-night as follow : — Trial Handicap ; seven furlongs. — Maiora 8.5, Sharpshooter 8.3, Miss Mischief 8.2, Wauchope 8.1, Tattoo 8.1, Coromandel 7.13, Wild West 7.12, Rauparaha 7.2, Hyperion 7.2, and First Wairiki 6.11. Christmas Handicap ; one mile. — Elysian 8.13, Santa Rosa 8.8, Maheno 8.5, Kilwinning 8.2, Tattoo 7.13, Uranium 7.13, Swimming Belt 7.10, Delegate 7.6, Rimlock 7.6, St. Felix 7.3, Tanekaha 7.3, Celtic 7.0, Rauparaha 7.0, and Freevata 6.9. Robinson Handicap ; seven furlongs. — Coromandel 9.4, VVaiari 8.11, Dan Leno 8.9, Zinnia 8.6, Golden Loop 8.6, Airawell 8.2, Epsom Lass 8.2, Sea Elf 8.2, Admiral Soult 8.0, Miss Advance 7.15, Royal Scotland 7.12, Rangikura 7.12, Fleet Arrow 7.11, Michaejoff 7.9, All's Well 7.6, -Durability 7.6, Dazzling 7.-, Spectre 7.0, and Fuss 7.0. Nursery Handicap ; five furlongs. — Apellon" 8.6, Solus 7.11, Antoinette 7.11, Princess Soult 7.5, Duma 7.5, Go'dfinder 7.2, Muskewai 7.2, His High-i-ess 7.1, Wenonah 7.0, Zvdeima 7.0, Monolope 7.0; Enyo 6.13, Wee Olga 6.12, and Hamadryad "6.12. FISAL PAYMENTS. Auckland ,Cup ; two miles. — All Red 9.1, Aberbrothock 8.8. Downfall 8.4, Sir Prize 8-4, Roosevelt 8.0, Ngapuka 7.13, Taskmaster (inc. 71b penalty) 7.8, Advocate 7.7, Muskerry 7.6, Waimangii 7.6, Diabolo 7.5, Bollin 7.4, First Gun 7.3, Te Aroha 7.0, Sedition 7.0, Compass 6.12, Chanteuse 6.9, and Akarana 6.9. . Great Northern Foal Stakes (1909-10) ; six furlongs. — Danube 8.10, Warsong 8.10, Apellon 8.10, Formby 8.10, Obsidian 8.7, Tenterhok 8.5, Lucille 8.5. ano" Zuleima 8.5 Cireal Northern Derby ; one mile and a lalf.— Klysian 8.10, Fleet Arrow 3.10, First Wairiki 8.10, Taskmaster 8.10, Kilwinning 8.10, Maori King &.10,

Royal Scotland 8.10, St. Felix 8.30, Kakama 8.7, and Ambala 8.7. Royal Stakes ; six furlongs. — Apellon, Danube, Full Sail, Maori King, Sharpshooter, Warsong, Antoinette, Enyo, <KsiKama, Princess Soult, Sen Elf, Tenterhook, and Zuleima.

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