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RACING NEWS

NOTES AND COMMENTS

.(BY "EANGATIBA-")

WELLINGTON HANDICAP

NEXT WEEK'S STAR ITEM

GLANCE OVER WEIGHTS

The Wellington Handicap, the principal handicap event on the opening day of the Wellington Racing Club's Spring Meeting on Saturday next, is a race that has customarily been won •by a horse from the lower section of the handicap, and it 'is possible that this year's contest will provide no exception to the general rule. There are, however, some good horses in form near the top this year, and, as the usual spring track conditions will probably not be experienced after the dry winter, it is quite on the cards that one of the higher-weighted section will come to light .again as the victor. 'To find 9st or over carried to victory, in the race one has to trace the records back to 1909, when All Red, carrying 9st Sib and ridden by C. Jenkins, narrowly defeated Sir Tristram and Aberbrothock in a contest that was run in a gale. The djstance then was only one mile arid a quarter, and the best subsequent perform"knee prior to the race's being extended to eleven furlongs in 1920 was that of Nbnes, who won with Sst 121b in 101(5. ■ Since 1920, when the additional furlong was added to the race, no horse has ever carried more than Sst 101b to victory. ' Sunart was that horse, and in the year of his success (1921) the two Kouen (Ost 41b) and Molyneux (9st 31b), were second and third respectively. The previous: year Gasbag had won with 7st ■21b;-, the; 1910" winner, Kilrush, being'third with Ost'4lb. Winners subsequent to Sunart have been Bonetter (Bst 21b), Mark Thne(Bst 61b), Musketoph (Sst 81b), Merry Day (in 1923 arid 1926. each time •with 7st 121b), Yoina (7st 12%1b), Goshawk (7st 71b), In the Shade (7st:6lb), Pahu (7st 41b), and. Admiral Drake" (7st 81b), ' ;• ■■■-'.■ : :;■-. .■■ ■:'.-\ ■■:'■'■■ y The highest -weight awarded during this period (since 1920) was the 9st 91b to Gasbag (1922), Gold Light (1924), Star Stranger (1029), and (Historic (last year). Gold Light tan. second; Gasbag and Star Stranger were unplaced, and Historic: did not GAY CREST'S WEIGHT. .'■•-■ For this year's race the handicapper has adjudged .Gay Crest to be worth a pound more than any of the champions that have failed in, .the past. With 9st 101b, the .task of winning looks to be beyond hihij unless the track is very fast, good horse as he has previously proved himself ,to be at Trentbani. Last year he contested the race with Bst 131b, and finished third, only half" a length away from the wintfer (Admiral Drake) after hanging out in the straight. -It is hardly likely that he will be go forward this year, however, for he did not "come back into work'till-much lateTi and for the present he should riot .find much appeal with bettors. Hunting Cry is reasonably treated with ,stt 21b, but he does not attract particularly, as he'has not usually shown" to his best at Trentham. Still he won at Napier Park ten.days ago, when far from ready, and if he shows up in the Avbndale Cup ■with 9st 71b on Saturday he will have to be considered seriously: ' ' ■ .Concentrate's injury makes him an unlikely starter, and Vertigern, wjio has not raced since his return from Australia, can hardly be ready yet. . Fast Passage (Sst lib) and Arikira (Bst) are a, pair uower down with good prospects, and their chances read as well as anything in. the eight or nine stones. Fast Passage has a convincing record over ■middle distances. A-rikira, near the form that enabled him to win the eleven-fur-long Autumn Handicap with' 7st 121b at Trentham last March, would take a power 'of stopping again, and he should have Jbenefited with the run he had last week at . Oteki, for a little racing brings him on quickly. , . . .., THE LI KELY GROUP. Among the- seven stones is aii array of improving -talent, and' it may well be from here that the winner once again conies;.Retract appeals rather more than Spearful in the 7st 121b mark, for he has had the racing. >,The distance should suit him eminently,: and, with Minerval, who has been awarded one pound less, he is likely to be the present public choice. Both Retract and Minerval are well-sea-soned; improving horses of whom the best has not yet been seen, and they are a pair jvho should play some part inthe decision. Red; Heckle appears well mat 7st 101b, but evidently the handicapper has. considered the distance just too far for him now, in spite of his G.N. Derby success. 'Red Heckle went a great race into third place, in the Winter Cup, but that was only a mile. He is a stableniate of Minerval's, and the stable will probably rely more on their N.Z. Cup candidate than on him. Others above the minimum who look to hold favourable present prospects are ; Grand Jury, Gibraltar, and Korokio. ( Grand Jury has gone a couple of fair races over short distances recently, but he ha? not yet been tried out at his correct measure this season, his connections apparently preferring not to allow him to demonstrate his possible latent ability at Wanganui last month. In the.W.R.C. Autumn. Handicap last March he finished half a head behind Gay Crest in third place, with 21b more than his next week's 7et 81b, and lined through that performance he must appeal.;, . Gibraltar was running on -well at the end; of his recent Wanganui, race,- andihe is nicely in with Yst 81b, nearly haft a stone less than he •was awarded in the N.Z. Cup. Korokio is-a. solid little mare, especially at this time of the-year, and, her winning effort in last years Oaks 'indicates that she will.not, be troubled by the distance. The remainder does not offer much in the way of present'likely "material; "but if a surprise should come from this section it may-be provided by Pahu,.Little Doubt,. Koyal Artist, or Colonel Cygnus. Pahu won the race two years ago, and indicated his present, form'by'scoring1 at'Otalti'lsst ■week. Little Doubt, who has lately been racing sourly, was.beaten, only, by, a head mi the event last year, and his recent change of •trainers may have had the effect, of freshening him up. Royal Artist'is a northerner who has been working well for the past few weeks, and who will have a chance".to prove his worth in the Avondale Cup on- Saturday: < Colonel ■ Gygmis is a somewhat disappointing Irish horse ■who is .capable'of-winning thejbes.t races, as he has occasionally only too clearly demonstrated, but he has at present to be taken, entirely on tr'u«t. ,

ARROW LAD REAPPEARS

Arrow Lad is "due to make-his- reap-- * peafance in the open sprint, the Grandstand Handicap, at Masterton. on /Hatpin day, and his Tunning will *be interesting, as he hair subsequent engagements to meet at Trentham. He is* a top-notch-sprinter-at his best, but he may require Saturday's lace, as he has not ;been out since he unsuccessfully contested the Tamatete Handicap, one mile and-, a quarter, at the Hanawatu Meeting last April. With Arrow -Xad and Royal Routine both engaged, -the Woodville trainer, J. Sullivan, certainly holds a strong hand in the Maaterton sprint, for there are onlythree other acceptors. Royal Routine must read better than Arrow Lad does at present (they race in different interests, and will not be bracketed), and the farmer's price on the machine is likely to be very short on Saturday. The only horsewho will be seriously backed, against him-id Korokio, a winner at Wanganui, apd at 81b advantage in weight this mare may make a bold fight with him.

INDIRECT ACTION BEST

At the monthly meeting of the Franklin Bating Club's committee -last week it -""■ was decided to advisethe.Dunedin Jockey Club that, while the club was in sym--pathy with the Diinedin Club's proposal to'bring pressure to bear on. the Justice Department to enforce the law in respect to. bookmakers, it felt that tjie legalising of the telegraphing of money to the totalisator and the re-tstablishment of the ■double totaljsator would 'be- of greater benefit to clubs, and incidentally would do more, to oust the bookmaker.

TEOTTEES AND PACEES

FORM AT NEW BRIGHTON

The New Brighton course on Saturday last was in exceptionally fast order, and in addition to' Harold Logan's record-break-ing .performance two course records were also' recorded/ In the first race Tanepai established a trotting record for the course by covering one mile and a half in 3min 28 2-ssec, while Little .Victor's 3min '21-"l;ssec was a pacing record for New Brighton over a similar distance. >.

Harold Logan showed wonderful speed in the'-last" half-mile'of the, Avon Handicap, as'lie'was not asked to make his run until the final stages, and had to go wide out to get round the field. He was-flying in the straight, and only failed by a head to beat Gold Country for second place. The. Time —2min 38 2-Ssec—is a world's race record. The world's record for one foile and a quarter against time was established in America in -1925 by Phil O'Neill— 2min 33% sec. .■ ' ■ , . .. .

Tanepai (Sonoma Harvester—Wahinepai), who.paid a double-figure dividend in the Innovation Handicap at New Brighton, had only started once previously this season, when on the same course at the September Meeting he finished second to Honora Bingen, conceding 60yds. In Saturday's race Mataunga, who was favoiirite and finished second, was a trifle uulucky, as he broke in the straight when tackled by Tanepai, but when settled down again finished fast to be beaten by a head.

Little Victor (Matchlig'ht—Wildwood Jun. .mare), winner of the Shirley Handicap, is now a seven-year-old, and this waff his first win. At three and four years he had several unplaced performances, while as a five-year-old he had two seconds/and two thirds in six starts. At six years he"; had six. :, unplaced performances. At New Brighton in .September he. finished third to Criganour\and; Hard Words. He "has: previously, shpwn-speed, but failed to stay1 on,-;'sb v that his course;record for one mile and-'ahalf is all the nipre remarkable.

Craganbur, who is,owned by Mr: Harold Murphy."-bf Wellington, scored his third win; out of five starts in v the Summer Handicani Only .a; four-year-old, the son. of Travis. Axworthy—Nona Dillon, was not produced till neari.the end of'his three-; year-old season, and fromihe, easy manner in,which lie has ;Scored|in;his two starts this season Sis run of--victories'-has "npti nearly ended .yet. .'.-'"■'; - ".* v. >.:;,-;:

The perfprmance' of' Eureka "Boy in. win-! ningitne Beach Handicap at New Brighton: was a particularly r brilliant one.' Pocketed on the'Jfence, his driver. had T"no chance to get clear until five furlongs.fnjiri home, and-then'h'adtp drop back"to ninth; position' before * he" 'could get out. Oncg? clear Eureka Boy. flew past his. opponents' and was with'the. lefaders at; the', straight' entrance, to win comfortably.'^This makes: Eureka-Boy?s fourth win:in five starts this season.' "•.'..<••-. .■■■•»_.■■.. a • ■ ; : ,; i :V.

, The v win. of, the diminutive Silver de fOvo' in. the' Waimairi: Handicap > was :.welli dei; served, as she has been consistently in.'the, places, in. recent ; starts^rTJie little mare was "always * handy,' arid :> challenged■; the leadei-s in the straight tp win,convincing-. ly;''''.':.'.:"'f-: •;■;';: ■ r-.], .;'.-,..■:.■ ::'p i :;-:;';■". ■■'■)'{'■'■"''}':■ y'

Gold Country was the unlucky runnel' in the"Avon; Handicap,, as..he'. lost 2see bya break' at the "start; and'then put hi 'great work to finish second, even though the chajnpipn--Harold'.'Logan would have passed him in another couple of strides.-- J

fwd '■ sh Leger^ trials

The St. Leger Trial Stakes, run at Hurst Park on,2oth:August, did not provide the same line on the classic as .the Derby Trial (won by April the Fifth) had at Lingfield three months earlier. ' Only six horses started in the mile and three-quarter.Don-caster prelude, and only two of them (Leighton and Silvermere) were St. Leger candidates. ~ . . It .was- sheer bad luck for the Hurst Park executive that the race .was not ; the success expected; as" QrWell and; April: the ;Fifth. would Have'takra' their .place in thet field had they not-had serious checks in their-preparation. The two'trials Hhis year were inaugural contests, and they wijj probably be continued next year.'- '~'■. .

The7 Hurst Park trial was won easily by Mrs! ,' Arthur James's Yellowstone (Colorado—Alexandrite, by Beppo), who had just previously won at Goodwood. This colt was unfortunately not entered in the St. Leger. The second horse was Mr. W.M.«G. Singer's Leighton, and the third ■ Bulandshar, who-carried the Aga Khan's colours'in preference to Taj Kasra, Silvermere,-; who subsequently ran third in the/, St.', Leger, finished fourth after making most of the running with his stable companion, Epicure, v , " . ;■:

■ How good is was illustrated 'iten days later, when he accounted for Mr. JisA. Dewar's St. Leger hope, L Viola-j tor, in tlie Breeders' St. Leger Plate,: one mile-and'-aAhalf, at: Derby. Violator had charge at the, distance, but he was quite unable'; to: withstand Yellowstone's final challenge. The' third .horse in. this race was -Hr:; B;; Esmond's half-brother to Trim-' don, Foxhunter; who:;also was not-in. the' St. Leger field, but who won the Don-' caster .Cup, two miles and a quarter^ at: the meeting a jcouple of. days after • the! classic. ,'■ .•■" '; ■ •■;-,>.. .• ; ' :

JOTTINGS IN GENERAL

Palm's not accepting at Master ton left the apprentice, W. E. Shand, without a tide in the Masterton Handicap, but he has now been engaged for feed Sun, whom he will also pilot at tho Wellington Meeting next week At a-meeting, of-the stewards of the Levin -Racing Club on Monday, Mr. :W. Bul\ tv as appointed vice-president to fill the vacancy" caused by" the death of the lato Mr. Charles Blenkhorn. Mr. W. C." Stannard- was elected to the position of steward. , ,Th,e -two-year-sld Solomon, by Chief Ruler from Hukapapa, has. been withdrawn from the Avondale Stakes field. ' Gallant Fox pulled up badly after his narrpw defeat by Adelphi at Wingatui last week. He is a sm&rt galloper, but is very difficult to train Southdown, winner of the' two-year-old handicap (Dominion Handicap) at Wingatui -."'on -Saturday, has the same name' as an earlier offspring of his dam, Down South. ■This- • -.namesake,! who is by Seremond, and hence is his half-brother, is raping as an aged gelding in Australia. The four-year-old Bachelor's Persse gleldingi, , IJough Neagh, winner of the. A.J.C. 'Plate at Randwicb on- Saturday, hails from Queensland, where he had a gopd, .record last season, starting fourteen times for four wins and two second placings. ■ His victories included the Queensland-T.G.'s Derby' Stakes; of 2000 soys, and the Queensland Guineas, and he' ran.spcpnd, jn r Queensland T.C.s St. Leger Stakes.' " : An inquiry into the runningl- in the Hunters' Flat Haiidicap at the Otago Hunt -Meeting .on "27tli' August ' took, place at Dunedin last Friday ■eveningAfter a long, aijtting further investigation was adjourned indefinitely. The race in! question- was won -by- Fair Exchange, wlrb 'was '"fourth-■favourite in a. field of seven. The favourite, Nine of Spades,finished . second, a length and a half away from the winner, and Some Acre,1 fifth'favourite, was four lengths away third. ; .

REMINDER FOR OWNERS

'Nominations for the Wellington Trotting Club's ;New Zealand Cup Trial Meet-: ing close Vat Sf'o'clock this evening. >.' ;. Acceptances for ,the first day, of the Wellington . Racing Club's Spring Meeting, also for tlie Harcourt Cup (second day), close at 8 o'clock on Friday evening;. I'-1) -...'[. v.' ■;■■'.■...; , ■;■' , General entries f6r the Auckland Racing Club's Spring Meeting and forfeits for the Great Northern Guineas and Welcome Stake's, close at 5 p.m. on Friday. At the same time nominations are due for the Auckland Cup, Railway Handicap, Summer Cup, Racing -Club Handicap, Grandstand Handicap, King's Plate, and Clifford Plate, to be decided at the Summer Meeting.

FIKDAUSSI'S CHANCE

HOW HE ACCEPTED IT

The part so often played by chance in the decision. of big races was given a rather : extraordinary illustration in . this year's Doucaster St. Leger. The day before the final forfeit for the classic was due'it ,was ■ publicly announced that the Aga Khan was leaving only Dastur, Taj Kasra, and Udaipur in the race, and would withdraw Firdaussi, Bulandshar, and Zarette. Firdaussi, however, did an exceptionally good/gallop with Udaipur at Newmarket on forfeit morning, and at the eleventh hour he was allowed to have his chance in the race with the other three.. ■ • .

How Firdaussi carried the Aga Khan's colours to victory on the famous Town Moor is now history. He certainly did not in the full sense win the race for his owner, for- had he not been in the field Dastur would have been the victor. But he did all that he could; and he redeemed, the promise he had given as a two-year-old, and regained his lost fame with additional new laurels,, and established his right to a place in his master's stud .when his racing days were finally completed. Tha St. Leger was - the . crucial point of his career. Since then he has won the Jockey Club Stakes at-Newmarket, and-now with this climax to his racing record he will probably have been retired to the stud.

The gallop- that: gave Firdaussi his opportunity was registered on 31st .August; exactly one week before the St. *Leger.was run. The test was .to: have been one for Udaipur, at that stage joint favourite for the race with. Dastur and Orwell. Udaipur had M. Beary in the saddle, and was sent a mile and three quarters with Firdaussi, ridden by Dickens, and an older horse, Witch Doctor 11. Firdaussi surprised everybody' by going easily the best of the trio.

_ Udaipur's display was believed at the time to be disappointing, arid she immediately receded in favour; for the classic. The "Sporting -Life's" critic,' commenting on the gallop, said that "Beary appeared to be 'ridiiig''Udaipur during the latter stages of the spin,, and-it seemed as,if it. was'; taking .the; filly all her time tni go ■ with Firdattssi. It might not,be wise,, however, to take; too much notice of the gallop, asfUdaipur is■ inclined^ to be ;iazy." •; . ;■.'..-• . ;■ ..-;.;'■_ -■:'-.';-■■'

..: Np v suggestion.;wass offered; that Firdaussi might have made' sudden! impfove."ment. After;-the •final, -forfeits were announced surprise was expressed^ that -Firdaussi had been leftvin. -"Augurj" commenting -^on ,ithe.: final- :, field;..- says:—"The strongest4hand, is;,held by the Aga. Khan, who! can call- uppn. Udaipur", Dastur, Taj Kasra r ahdFirdausd, the last-named being something1 of-''a'surprise! acceptors If. the iace -goes to <the: Fitzßoy House establishment, however, ( it ..vail-, probably- be through the agency-of either Udaipur or -Dastur. Of'this pair "the colt; has made the ..stronger appeal to the critical lookerson at Newmarket." ' •'.'!". '»'. '~..;..

X Michael Beary ;iiad.thechoice;ofiriourits ;fpr-; tlie classic; and, lie stuck" to' Dastur, .on';\whoin li* • b^; already 'scored: several times.v^H. /Wra'gg'had the' second pick, atid.chose'-XJdtiipur. The ride on Firdaussi went; tp;F. Fok;v^hpZup till then had-beefi .^tni^u't',i'',iiiount^JiPpx's>;gp.Qd'.luck was Steve 'Dbn'oghue'^•■ba3'«hi'efc J ■• for-"Steve" •had- previously:.been. Firdaussi'^ pilotj: but had earlier 'accepted • .the ride, on the French-bred Will o'.the -Wisp inHbe St. •Leger," .probably.. Relieving, that Firdflussi was notito bea, runner..Fox: incidentally registered;his- first'.-St.\JJefeer: win. '. ; ;.

.V.lhe.r Wellington.: Racing. Club. ..will, be making no change in the method of computingWdivjdends •at lits,. meeting 'this .month.";,'; ;:''•.•; y. .-.<..■•-,,. ■. ::. T,he^e^ards'h'av'e" Tipti'coiisidered, and will fiot Be considering, the question 'bfficially;.sq:far..as::it"r"concerns; ; the' coming ineetmg.' If. the'public; shows a pronounced inclination toward the allocation of a third dividend in the next few months, however; a motion for a change in the method of apportionment may have to be considered by the stewards before the clubs Summer Meeting in January.

WAIKATO HUNT CLUB

A BRILLIANT FILLY

"GOOD AS DESERT GOLD"

Silver Scorn is due of'the fastest fillies seen out in the-South Island'for biany years, and general opinion is that she is the best- since. Desert Gold. She Has: an exceptionally free style of galloping, and in the Duuedin Guineas appeared to' be going, only at three-quarter. pace over the final furlong, her display indicating, that a longer journey would not have troubled her (says the, "Press"). '. .- ,\ .■ When Silver' 'Scorn and Berate, Chides half-sister, were first tried as two-year-olds,, the former was , considered likely to develop into a pure sprinter, and the latter into a stayer. Berate has not yet been • put to a test over a distance of ground, but the Dunedin classic satisfied racegoers that Silver Scorn has stamina as well as brilliancy. She may be found contesting the Derby and Oaks at the New Zealand Cup Meeting, and at present there are no three-year-olds of either sex in the capable of disputing her superiority. : . It is interesting to note that.when G. Murray Aynsley, the owner and breeder of Silver Scorn, was sympathised with j for selling Silver King before tha.t-young-ster was seriously ; tried; he said he had a better one left who: would prove more brilliant- than' the -gelding as a three-year-old. His reference was to Silver Scorn, who bids fair to reach champion class. Aynsley had an idea of sending Silver Scorn's dam, Contempt, also Reproachful and Orange Blossom, to Australia to be mated again with Silverado, but arrangements were not completed, and they were sent to Polazel, who, like- Silverado, is by" Polymelus. The breeder has a two-year-old filly by Polazel from Reproachful, of which he has a high opinion, and this fact also influenced him in patronising Polazel,- who is now at Stonyhurst Studs -

NO SIGN OF ANY DRUG

Dnlted Press Association—By Eiectrlo Tel*' ■ eraph—Copyright. . , . SYDNEY,*: 11th October. ; The Government analyst has completed his examination of the swab taken from the mouth of the New Zealand. racehorse Autopay.at Kandwick last week, but has found no sign- of a drug.. ;..-:i : ■■'.'. ■ -.::. ■

The following handicaps have been declared for the Walkato Hunt Clubs Annual Aleeting at Cambridge on 24th October — ' FARMERS' STEEPLECHASE, of 100 sovsj about two and a lialf miles "* st 1b st lb Sir Glamls 11 9 Ahloro . 11 0> Galapagq■ .. . 11 8 MIsi Modern . 11 0 Koewhinhi 11 8 Red Rose 11 0 L-uly Watinarie 11 6 Prince Merrlwee Little Arch 11 1 gelding 11 0 Hamestoun 11 1 "Waunga King 11 0 Ironic. . . 11 o Survejor inaro 11 0 Distress 11 0 HUN TEES' HURDLE RACE , of 12o sovs, about one and three quarter miles st lb st ib Simeon ..11 r Belli, ... 0 0 Town Beiuty . 11 I Carl Hertz , 9 0 Ihespis . 10 8 Rojal JLngland 9 0 le Homai . 10 7 Lurjna ) 0 tnrgen 10 4 Abboy Dreim 0 0 Mabhoor 10 4 Momoana 9 O Huntlut Boy 10 0 Morlflj 9 0 "sent 1 s } mancipation 1 0 Sub 1 ditor <l 6 The Roadman I 0 laiaj i a o Jjlin Hull j 0 Ltvptlin lung 9 0 BAhDOWIE HANDICAP of 100 mus sii. and a half filrlongs t st 11> si 11) Welcome Bi>j . 9 LO Beijl Latour . b 0 Searcllei . 0 3 Consort . 8 0 Limei 0 t Demjlus s (I lord lintreo . 1 2 Darl ltewi S 0 Lady lulu . <) 1 Good Hun ... b 0 Dark Al-irble h 11 Great Britain s 0 Luudus . S 11 Kinfcsland . s O Welcome Lu . 8 11 Keith Hall . 8 0 Gay Mmgold i 9 Ivihau . 8 0 Foreign Money 8 0 Master Isoival. S (I Chateau ..89 Merry Lip . 8 0 Uluminelli ..8 9 Master Musk . S 0 London 8 9 Pelting ..... 8 0 Last Lip . ' S 9 " gclilzanthiis . S 0 Lord Willonyx 8 7 Star Mint ... S 0 Book Law ;..'. 8 7 Sammy • ..;., 8 0( Jonathan ....' 8 7 Sir Musk .... 8 0 Transaction „. 8 3 Safe Bank ... 8 0 Eekaraurau ,83 Testy .... 8 P Abbey Dreim . 8 T Troubrldge ..SO Arawa Koso..... 8.-3 Tatyoon 8 0 Acre gelding ., S.,0. MEMBrRS MEMORIAL HANDIC\P qf 1 0 ' sovs, one and a quarter miles> "it lb st lb Antique .... 9 12 Cruachan .... 7 2^ Valioe S 3 Chromadjne . 7 2 Surfion 8 3 Nassock ,' 7 0' Protomlrit ... 7 9 Llmeen ..'..^' 7 0 Baroscope ■;. .w 7 8 Thespis- . 70 King's Archer . 7 1' Catch' 'Em .. 7 0. Grand Tea 7 5 Illumlnagh .. 7 0 Eager Rose... 72 Flying Prince . 7 0 WA1KATO HUNT CUP, of 200 sovs; about three miles. ' st lb ' st lb Royal Visitor . 11 12 Absent 9 \3 Luna Lux 11 3 Day Lark .... 0 3 Simeon' "..'.'.i 10 11""York".Abbey "• 9 0 Trouble 10 2 ;Kbe'whiwhl -..i 9- 0 Slump ..i...-l0' 0 '■■ Te Iioroke ... 9 0; Jen 10. 0 Laldy Wairtaite .9 0 ; Maslioor. .... 9 13 Little Arch ... 9 0 Te Homai ... 9 13 The Roadman . 9 0 Commentator .99 Cat-i-mes .... 9 0 BRUNTWOOD HACK HANDICAP, of J00 SOVS ; six and a'half furlongs. : . st Jb'. : stlb! Princess Bede . 10 4. Moonfleet .... S 0 Klnff's Knave '. 10 . 4 • Scnauta .:.. '8 0'■ L'AUegro {..'.. 10 4 Arcade S 0 i 3arabury ......9 9 Lucldus 8 0 •Valueless ... 9 '6 Lord Wlllonyx. s'o 1' Holly Hoto >.. 9 3 Last Lap ...., 8 0, Gigantic ...'.- 9 2- Book Law .... SO; .Hlata.-, i.;.'.\.:- $ 12 > Catch r 'Em ..-» 8. 0 1 Welcome Boy ." S 10 Chateau ..... 8 0 Ktng.Win ,.. 8,10 Demylus ..... 8 0 ' Lime* :...., 8 3 • Great Britain . 8 0 Koso Lupin... 8 3 Merry Lap .... s 0 ' LordAintree .-. 8 2. Te Taono ... 8 ' 0 ! Lady Lulu ... 8 1 Valpai s n 1' Welcome'Lu .. 80: - r "* : LADIES' BRACELET HANDICAP, of 100 sors'; one and, a. quarter miles. . j Gold Buler .. 12 5 Tap'apa l^'^i Tliespls 1112 Maunga King . 10 7 ~< Town-Beauty . 11 12 " Lucina- ..:....;io-'T ; Sub-Editor ..11 9 ' Galapago ,. 10 l' [- -Hunting 3oy...-.«. 9. Royal England. 10 7'■ ; Valsimon .... 11 5 Cromwell ...-.-10 7 Cargen ...:... 11. 5 John Bull ....10 7 ! London .....11 0 Consort ...:. lo 7 '■ Emancipation . 10 10 Egyptian King 10 : 7 ■ Abbey Dream .. 10 8. Prince Merrlwea ; Hekeraurau ..10 7 gelding 10 7 .Biela ........ 10: 7 Surveyor mare 10 7Clontart Bill . 10 7 .Morley .10 7 Miss Modern ;.'• 10 7 "Ahloro ....... 10 7' Ironic- .■;.'...•.. 10- 7- <■■■ . ' , " . ' - -BOLLARD MEMORIAL-HANDICAP, of 125 "■ sovs; sjx and a. half furlongs.; , " ■ • • st lb .'''"• ■ -st In Huntingdon ".'.'.. 9 B L'AUegro ...; 7 o Paganelli ".... 8 12 Iinamlnt . 7 0 Day Lap 8 G Gigantic .....' 7 0 .Tradesman .... S .5 yaluatlon. . ... 7.0 Chromadyne .. 8 0 Miss Lorraine . 7 0 Pcrshnm ■ 7 S To Taone .. 7 n Soloist 7 5. Flying Prince . 7 ft Cruachan .... 7 2 Valueless .... 70 Acceptances close at 5 p.m. on Friday. ■

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RACING NEWS, Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 89, 12 October 1932

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RACING NEWS Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 89, 12 October 1932

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