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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 10442, 11 October 1897
THE CAULFIELD MEETING.
This meeting opened on Saturday. The sound pace set by Key ill the Caulfield Stakes suited Coil, who caught her below the distance, romping home. At one time Amberite was favorite at 3 to 1, whilst 7 to 1 was offered about anything else, but towards the close of the wagering the stable backed Key with spirit, Amberite was never dangerous. The Guineas race was never in doubt, the favorite going to the front six furlongs from home, and running the last threequartera of a mile inside of lmin 17sec. Murdoch, a 10 to 1 chance, won the Hurdle Race, and OuyeD, starting at 7 to 1, won the Steeplechase by a neck from Cuiirtier. The chief events are thus described : CAULFIELD STAKES, of 200 bovs. Second 35 sovs, third 15 sovs. Weight for age. One mile and a furlong. • Mr W. Bailey's Coil, by Aberdeen - Copra, 4y r T s .9-,7 - . . v T , ... (A.Delaney) 1 Mr J. Wilson, juu. a, Key, 3 yrs, 7.(5 Mr W. H. Davidson's Ayrshire, 4 yrs, 9.4 (Stephenson) 3
Also started: Fucile, Pavthenoptous, The Chevalier, Miraclmn, Wait-a-Bit, Trent, Foliage, Toreador, Monn, Amberite, Manfred, Nor'-east. Betting : 7 to 2 against Amberite, 9 to 2 Key, 10 to 1 Coil, 12 to 1 Ayrshire. Key rushed to the front, and was leading by four lengths round the back from Parthenopa'U3, Amberite, Nor'-east, and Coil, but halfway up the straight Coil caught Key, winning comfortably by ten lengths, with three lengths between the sesond and third ; Parthenor;cus, Ncr'-easfc, Amberite, and Treut following in the order named. Miraelum finished last. Time, lmin 58aec. CAULFIELD GUINEAS, of 500 sovs. Second horse7s sovs, and third 25 sovs. One mile. Mr W. R. Wilson's Aurum, by Trenton, Aura, ,. ■;, , . ~ ••• ••• (Morrison) 1 Mr S. G. Cook's The Hypnotist, by TreutonThe Charmer, 8.5 (Holmes) 2 Mr J. Rowen's Fleet Admiral, by Richmond— Footsteep, 5.5 (Lewis) 3 Also started: Keera, Nudity, Warsloop, Betting : 5 to 2 on Aurum, 6 to 1 asainst The Hypnotist, 12 to 1 Keera. The pace was not put on for a oouplo of furlongs, Fleet Admiral leading from Aurum, with Keera and The Hypnotist following. At tho Bix-furlong post the favorite took command ; and though The Hypnotist made a good effort in the straight he could never approach Aurum, v?ho won with the greatest ease by eight lengths. Fleet Admiral was third, a length and a-half behind The Hypnotist. Time, lmin DEBUTANT STAKES, of 1,000 sovs. Second 150 sovs, third 50 sovs. For two-year-olds. Four furlongs. Mr W. Bailej's Cocos, by Abercom-Copra, 8.0 Mr W. R. Wilson's Ormuz, by Bill of Portland -Cooya, 8.0 (M'Donald) 2 Eighteen others ran. Betting : 3 to 1 against Cocos, 10 to 1 Ormrz, 15 to 1 Canada. When the barrier was let go the order was: Ormv-y., Roscommon, Ranfurly, and Florence, the favorite being last but three. In the straight Cocos came through, winning comfortably by five lengths, Canada half a length away ; Ranfurly fourth, Florence fifth, Cardamon last. Time, oO.fsec TOORAK HANDICAP, of 600 sovs. Second'7s sovs, third 25 sovs. One mile Mr Hare's Paul Pry, by Lochiel-Busybody. syrs, 8.7... ... ... .. (Powell) 1 ?r r Sl ?v-V s roy " i?' rs ' 6 - 13 - (Smith) 2 MrJ.Wilsons,jun.,Virtue,3yrs,7.o (Dowling) 3 Thirteen others ran. Betting : 7 to 2 against Majestic, 10 to 1 Paul Piy. The latter held a good position all through, and, coming very fast in the straighl, won all out by a length and a-half, a neck dividing second and third. Time lmin 43Asec. '
No large wagering took place on Saturday night. Rosella and Ayrshire are equal favorites for the Caulfield Cup at 100 to 10 Parthenoptcus is quoted at 100 to 9, and Gaulus was well backed down to 100 to 6 Rosella galloped a mile and a-half at Caulfield on Saturday morning with a good weight up in 2min 42aec, whilst Ayrshire's supporters are very confident. Bookmakers decline to do business under 3 to 1 on Aurum for the Derby. Coil, scratched for the Caulfield Cup on Saturday afternoon, advanced to 10 to 1 (taken) for the Melbourne Cup Wait-a-Bit, about whom The Count laid the stable 2,000 to 200 on Friday, has receded to 100 to 6 (offered). Aurum had one of his hoofs wax-threaded in the Guineas. BOWLING. The Green Island Club played their opening match on Saturday, when the President's side beat the Vice-president's, the scores being 76 to 71. The Bkips on the winning side were : J. Smellie 21, A. Brown 25, W. L. Christie 13, and P. Wilson 17 • and tor the losers J. Turnbull 17, G. Wedderspoon 15, D. Buchanan 20, and W Brown 19. LABOR DAY SPORTS AND A FREE LIBRARY. The Labor Day sports take place on the Caledonian Ground on Wednesday next and a very attractive programme has induced numerous entries for nearly every one of the events, and keen and exciting c impetitions are expected. Besides running and" walking events there are four bicycle races, and as the handicapperß seem to have made very exact calculations (so the critics say) the public can anticipate interesting and close finishes. There are items for both professionals and amateurs. In connection with the sports an art union is being conducted this year, and as the proceeds are to be devoted to the very laudable object of giving the free library movement a help on the Committee expect that all those who have the welfare of this proposed institution at heart—and they take it that everyone in the community would like to see a free
library—will purchase tickets according to their meaus. The members of the Labor Day Committee feel that they have done their part, and it now remains with the public to say whether the free library movement will be given a substantial impetus or not.
The following handicaps in the open events have been declared by Mr I). Duncan :
One-mile Walk Handicap. A. Chrichton scratch, AY. Craik 50 yards, D. Pateraon 115, \V. Edseworth 115, W. Morland 120, T. Scott 120, R. J. Finnie 125, C. A. Beal 135. Two-mile Walk Handicap. A. Chrichton. scratch, W. Craik 110 yards, T. Scott 180, R. Farquhirson 185, W. Edgeworth 245, 1). Pateraon 245, C. A. Beal 260. Half-mile Handicap. —J. D. Day scratch, F. Robins 10 yards, L. F. Matheson, jun., 10. J. Fogarty 15, W. L. Colvin 15. J. Motrell 25, J. Burns 25, J. Baker 25, A. Gordon 25, F. Reidy 30, T. Beatson 30, T. Day 30, R. Nagle 35, C. Bowie 35 S. V. White 40, B. J. Peters 40. C. E. Wilkins 40, P. M. Collard 40, J. D. Carron 45, W. Anderson 45, W. Clarke 45, H. Jackson 45, A. Bennett 45. One mile Handicap.—J. Burk scratch, W. M'Donald 25 yards, L. F. Matheson, Jan., 25, J. Morrell 40, J. Foparty 50. J. Burns 60, A. Gordon 65, T. Beatson 65, J. Baker 65, T. Day 70, J. Robinson 65, P. M. Collard 90, B. J. Peters 90, C. T. Munro 90, C. A. Beal 90, H. Jackson 100. The following handicaps for the cycling events have been declared by Mr R. Crow : Novice.—W. C. Turner scratch, C. Irving 35 yards, T. H. Bathgate 40, J. T. Stone 40, J. M'Mullan 45, R. S. Skinner 50, William Parata 55, H. F. Christie 60. Three-mile Roadster.-P. Ralston scratch, J. Svmes 45 yards, W. C. Turner 85, A. J. Sullivan 105, A. E. Alloo 110, J. K. Irving 120, T. Maw 135, C. Irving 145, E. Crawford 150, T. C. Johnston 150, J. T. Stone 155, R. S. Skinner 165, H. F. Christie 180. One Mile Opek.-W. B. Bell scratch, G. A. Maxwell scratch, J. Symes 30 yards, C. J. Home 60, C. H. Arndt 70, J. Bell 75, A. J. Sullivan 80, H. S. Valentine 85, J. K. Irving 95 (roadster), T. H. Bathgate 100, S. Lawson 100, E. Crawford 105, J. T. Stone 110 (roadster), T. C. Johnston 110 (roadster), T. Maw 120 (roadster). Five Mile Opes.—G. A. Maxwell scratch, W. B. Bell scratch, P. Ralston 40 yards, J. Symes 100, C. J. Home 195, C. H. Arndt 230, H. S. Valentine 250, J. Bell 250, A. J. Sullivan 300, J. K. Irving 330 (roadster), K. Crawfod 350, S. D. Lawson 360, J. T. Stone 370 (roadster), T. C. Johnston 370 (roadster), T. Maw 390 (roadster).
Weights for the Auckland City Handicap, one mile and a quarter : Nestor 9 0, Fabulist 8 12, Sabretache 8 4, Antares 8 3, St. Regel 7-12, Panoply 7.9, Angler 7.7, New Forest 7.7, Huna 7.7, Woodstock 75, Lady Marion 7.5, Miss Emmy 7 4, Coronet 7.4, St. Gordon 74, Swordfish7.3, Lillie7 3, St. Crispin 7.3 Pyroxylin 72, Royal Conqueror 7.2, Crimson Streak 7.0, Porangi Potae 7.0, Merrymiid 7.0, Yattenfeldt 7.0, Cuiralba 7.0, Tauhei 7.0, Doneraile 7.0, Lufra 6.12, Favona 6 12, Eton 6.12, Miss Anna 6.11, Supplejack 6.11, Mantle 69, Complete 6 7, Canopus 6 7, Seabreezs 67.
Labor Day Handicap. 120yds 250yds Distance. Distance Yds. Yds. F. Robins ... scr scr H. E. Bennett ... ... 1 3 J. Gordon ... 2 5 W. L. Colvin ... ... 2 5 J. Baker .-,.. ... ... 2} . 5 A. Dickson— ... ... 8 5 J. Robson" ■■" -: -''-... ... 8} . 8 J. Gillighan ... 4 : 10 T. Cunningham... ... 4 . .. 11 T. Gillighan ... 4J ... 10 A. Cunningham... ... a , ,.. 10 A. M'Kay -... 5 , 9 J.Dey ... El , ... 12 J. Slater ... 51 . 14 J. Burk ... 51 9 G. A. Lillburne... ... 8k 13 F. Beissel ... 6 , 14 A. Napier C. E.Wilkins ... ... 6 14 ... 6J 14 F. Reidy ... r 14 T. Bay ... 74 15 D. H. Waldie ... ... 7k 17 R. Nagle ... 8 16 T. L.Begg ... 8 ... 17 T Davidson ... 8 16 W. H. Gibson ... ... 8J 18 W.Clarke ... If 18 A. F. M'Ausland ... 8k 19 S. V. White ... ... 9 18 A. Bennett ... 9 18 A. H. Waugh ... ... 91 ... 17 W. M'Kaigue ... ... 9} ... 19 C. Whitburn ... 91 19 C.Hall... . ... 12 24
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 10442, 11 October 1897
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