STEEPLES iTO RAKWOOL
MELBOURNE. Bth June. Tho Victoria Hoeing Club's Klne's Birtliday Meeting was continued to-day in dull weather. There wa3 « heavy track after tho week-end rain. -The results wero:-— MARLBOROUGH HURDLE RACE. Oiina, 9.7 (Inkson) ..v. II Pqlygonum, 9.7 (Fullarton) ~ 2 Cockrow, 9.2 (Howson) 3 Ted , started, including,' Catkin. Won by four lengths, with flvo lengths between second and third. Timo, 4mln 31%scc. , PRINCE OF WALES STEEPLECHASE. Rakwool, 11.12 (Inkson) ....'. 1 Bestman, 9.0 <Dowson) 2 Goorgo. William, 9.9. (Warner),. 3 Ten started. Won by half a, length,. with four loneths between second'and third. Tlmo, BmuW^sce. BIRTHDAY HANDICAP. Glarle, 7.8 (Badger) 1 Huzlewood, 7.7 (Dewhurst) 2 Inpctto, 6.7 . (Accold) ' S Thirteen started, including Sir Roy. Won by four lengths, with half a lensrth between second , and third. . Tlmo, 2mln 49 % BCC.
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AT MELBOURNE, Evening Post, Volume CXI, Issue 134, 9 June 1931
AT MELBOURNE Evening Post, Volume CXI, Issue 134, 9 June 1931
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