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TURF NEWS IN BRIEF

X.; Voitre's win' oti Prolyxo at Ta I?apa I oa Monday brings him within easy range o£ 11. Gray's record, his present total of .112 being only four points o2 the mark at which ho is aiming. /; When Might Jnexfc racet it! will bo as a ijelding. He is" now to have a /Short spell, but will be back in his bos again in a week or two, Mr. Clive Matthews's two-year-olds, Gay Seton and Trickling Water, have becu sent from Hamilton to Otaki to join. A. D. Webster's stable. They will go to Australia about the end of June with other members! of Webster's team. Both the two-year-olds are by Mr. Matthews's imported site Gay Shield. ■■ , The appeal of the chief stipendiary steward, Mr, C. Gomer, against the decision of the Auckland j)i«tric£ Commjttpe reversing the finding of the Whangarci Racing Club's Judicial; Committee in the Princess iStar case will-probably be heard i in Auckland on Friday, June 2. The two of Mr. W. R. Kembiill's yearlings purchased at the January sales who were not taken .to..,Australia..by'.G. Jones are mnkinsc Bond progress unJer the care of A.-MeG'onkey. They ai-e Capital"( Paper Money-r-Aimt Madge) and Morbury (Chief Ruler—Pebble II), and they will be Mr. Kemball'» early juvenile representatives iii the Dominion. , The four-year-old Forestry, who has lately been disappointing in his races in Sydney, is due back tliis week. He will be kept in work at Trentham for racing in the Dominion, where ha has yet to make his debut. French Fleet, who won a. treble at the Dunedin Winter Meeting last year, has been" nominated for the steeplechases on the second and third days, this year, but there is a doubt about his being sound enough to be ready. He could not be shafted at Invercargill on account of lameness. Myrobella. the "flying." two-year-old of last season in England, preceded her One Thousand Guineas failure by winning the iScveral Stakes at Newmarket early last month. She was, however, hard pressed. Myrobella's time for the five furlongs w;as lmin 2 2-sse<\'which does not'improve the way the performance leads.

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TURF NEWS IN BRIEF, Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 120, 24 May 1933

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TURF NEWS IN BRIEF Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 120, 24 May 1933

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