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HASTINGS TRAINING NOTES.

• ‘ Napier, September 30. •Wet feather rtill continues to interfere with training operations. In spite of rain falling this morhingtljere was a good muster on the. track.- ;Hobart,ymnt two rounds at' half-pace, Victoria Cro'ss cantered twice, Nevermbre ran four furlongs at top in good style, New Forest an<J St. Conon- put in a strong, two circuits At • three-quarter pace, while Multiform ran about six furlongs at top, going , very determinedly and pleasing the touts very much. Straybird and Petrolib© pUt ln a good mile and a-quarber gallop, Wright arrived to-day with Daystar, Acone. Mlss Emmy, AndHaria.

Don John and Preston have been scratched for both Clips, and Positano and Homespun for the Caulfield Cup. • At the annual meeting of the Christchurch Amateur Swimming Club the following resolution waa carried* unanimously ;—“That this club instruct their delegates to the N.Z.A.S.A. to vote for a strict amateur definition . being maintained in the constitional rules of the Association.”

Defiance is an improbable starter for the New Zealand Cup. It is reported 'that Blarney will nob be a starter for the New Zealand Cup. Tiro and Daystar have been backed this week- for the New Zealand Cup, and the support seems to have been rather enthusiastic. They took 100 to 9 about Daystar.

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HASTINGS TRAINING NOTES., Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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HASTINGS TRAINING NOTES. Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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