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NAPIER PARK RACKS. Tuesday's results :—Trial Hurdles, King Lear 1, Capon Rouge 2, Toriki3; dividend, £3 12s. Criterion Stakes, Tirant d'Eau 1, Blarney 2, Brennan 3; dividend, £5 2s. County Handicap, First Blood 1, Little Billee 2, Links 3 ; dividend, £5 4s. Park Stakes, Creur de Lion 1, Pompom 2, Douglas 3 ; dividend, £4 17s. Spring Welter, Nightingale 1, Aphony 2, Petrolir.e 3 ; dividend, £ll 3s. Hurdle Racv>, Rhino 1, Golden Plover 2, Troubadour 3; dividend, £9. Railway Handicap, Daunt 1, First Blood 2, Wakelyn 3 ; dividend, £1 7?. Ahuriri Handicap, Stockville 1, Te Hapuku 2, Daphne 3; dividend, £4 13s. Wednesday's results : Trial Hurdles, Capon Rou«e 1, Toriki 2, Martyrdom 3; dividend, £1 18s. Wharerangi Handicap, The Brook 1, Blarney 2, Dottrel 3; dividend, £25 13s. Puketapu Handicap, Little Billee 1, Straybird 2, Daphne 3; dividend, £3 ss. Racing Club Handicap, Daredevil 1, Condon 2, Primula 3; dividend, £8 3s. Caledonian Handicap, Boreas 1, Nightingale 2, Maid Marion 3; dividend, £1 17s. Second Handicap Hurdles, Golden Plover 1, Troubador 2, Tally-ho 3 ; dividend, £3 16?. Telephone Handicap, Te Hapuku 1, Daphne 2, Tirant d'Eau 3 ; dividend, £7 Ss. Grand Stand Handicap, Target 1, Vedette 2, Petroline 3; dividend, £2 10s.

Weights for the Gore spring meeting:— Hurdles : Belmont 11.5. Rebel 11.2, Outram 10.13, Narrate. 10.2, Saunterer 9.12, Jaffa 90. Spring Handicap: Lord Zetland 9.7, Venus 9.1, Jane Eyre 8 7, Lady Somnus 8.7, Senior Wrangler 7.12, Dun Joseph 6.12, Hipponous 0.10. Flying Handicap : Burmby 9.10, Jane Eyre 8 12, Senior Wrangler 8 5, Fulmen 7.12, Lady Lear 7-0, Black Pearl 7.1, Tommy Atkins 7.0, Last Trick 6.11, Zephyr GB, Intriguer 67. Charlton Handicap : Lord Zetland 9.8. Venus 9.2, Jane Eyre 8.8, Ladv Somnus S S, Senior Wrangler 8.0, Stockfish 8.0. Win3hman 7.1.3, Musket 7.5, Dun Joseph 7.0, Miss Otley 6.12. The Hungarian Government have purchased Galtee More for £20,000. James Wray, the Australian sculler, who in June last challenged the world to a contest over the Tyne course for tho sculliog championship, now claims the 'Sportsman's' cup, the challenge nothaving been accepted. Tho Council of the New Zealand Amateur Athletic Association met at Chrisichurch on Wednesday, when correspondence was read from Wellington as to Patrick's non-inclu-sion in the team to go to Sydney. Mr Grierson explained that funds were not very plentiful, and it had not been considered advisable to send Patrick, who could only compete in one event, which Holder could also run in.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 10445, 15 October 1897

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 10445, 15 October 1897

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