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SPORTING, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
(;ot;k acceptors. The following acceptances have been received fur the first day (Labor Day) of the Gore Spring Meeting:— Waimca Hack Handicap. 6L—Quirinus 9.3. Giralda 8.9. Marvelito 8.7, Pretty Jane 8.5, Floraline 8.5, Glenfern 8.0, Steprrina 8.0, Sartomart. 7.13, Outram 7.7. Aye Aye 7.6, Golden Webb 7.3, Lady Lowlvum 7.8, Ngapuna 7.0, Este 7.0, Martutz 7.0, Herd ale 7.0, Ngatapv. 7.0. District Hack Handicap. 6f. —Golden Rev 9.0, Tcviot 8.7. Neuroma 8.7. Aerogram 8.7. Glensponse 8.2, Sombra 8.0, Lady Trent 8.0 Denial 8.0. Doubt 8.0, Olya Kolmar 8 0. Outlook 8.0. Sprint: Handicap. l|m.— My Lawyer 9.3. Magdala. 9.1. Hesione 8.0, Rongahero 7.11, St. Aldan 7.3, Veritas 7.6, Peerless 7.0 United Service 6.15, Feodor 6.7. Mataura Trot. 2m. Hincmoa 5 seconds. Eros 10, Frank Henry 11, Tottywood 14, Commander Bell 16, Oyster Shell 17, Observer 17. Eastern Steeplechase. 2jm.—True Blue 11.10, Kia Ora 11.7, Black Sea 10.9, Stroller 10.9, Tolstoi 10.5, Heatherlea 10.4, Golden Grape 9.10, Fairv Finn 9.8, Tommy 9.7. Flying Handicap. 6f.—Peter 9.7, Speedometer 8.13, * Golden King 7.5, Golden Webb 6.12. Labor Day Trot. lira. —Arbiter 5 seconds, Commander Bell 11, La Paloma 12, Claremont 13 Black Yet 18, Dolly Rogers 39, Mistake 19. Hai t Ford 30, Silver Patch 20, Cathedral Chimes 20, Louvain Chimes 20, Milani 20, Honest Mac 20, Match] Edit 20 Charlton Handicap. 7f. —Sombrero 9.2. Hesione 9.2, Russo 8.10, Directohe 8.7.. Mosgiel 83. B idler 8.3. King Torrent 7.12, Obolus 7.11 Officious 7.11,' Marvelite 7.11, Peerless 7. It. Pride o’ Clutha 7.5. DAMARU TROTTING MEETING. The following acceptances have beep received for the Oamaru Trotting .Meetingon Monday ; Trial Handicap. Igin,—lrwin scratch, Gallant 4 seconds. Imperial Princess 4, Stanley's Discovery 6, Alphi© K. 6, Master Botlischild 6, Favonius 6, Cromwell 6, Watchie 6. Hor.o Aiikl 6, Ravensboy 6, Green Ribbon 6, Yura Dillon 6, Stanley L. 6, Dimple 6. Maiden Handicap. Ijin.—Toney Robins scratch, Lady Nelson 5 seconds, El Carbine 5, Special Ribbon 5, Bendigo 6, Miss Satinwood 5, Parktield 5, Lavinia 8, Little Georgina 8, Degree 8, Grade D. 8, College Green 8, Ivory Bells 8, Patara 8, ScacJifif 8, Starry Night S, Allen Doone 8, Octave 8. " « President’s Handicap. 2 m —Win Soon scratch. Tommy C. 7 seconds. Sunshine 13, Evelyn 13, Bright Alice 14. 0.1.C. 16, Ottawa 16. Graada 16, Hnon Drift 16, Scotch Mist 16, TVuganini 16. Amateur Handicap. Ini. D.C.L. scratch. Irwin 2 seconds. Bell Boy L. 2, Special Ribbon 5, Volcano 5, Riverina 6, John Peel 6, Sea Spray 6, Mavis 6. Stanley L. 8, Miss Quincey 8. Hiwiroa 8. College Green 8, Hono Ariki 8. Donation 8. Password 8, Wondpine 8, Ravensboy 8, Standrift 8, Windhall 8. Puke ur i Handicap. 2m.—Gladsome scratch, Ohapi 12 seconds. Toney Robins 16, Rothbury 16. Royal Rothschild 16. Pitch Dark 19. King William 23, Rostrobor 25. Lady Nelson 25, Rosie. M’Kinney 23, Victor Chief 23, Little Georgina 25, Rosamond 23. Lavinia 23. Weston Handicap. IJm. —Charming Boy scratch, CVntrewood 5 seconds, Ottawa 5, Grandee 5, Evelyn 5. Grey Owl 5, Rotheida 5. Bright. Alice 5. Nance O’Neill 5, Kokemoer 5, Bonnie M'Kinnev 5. Farewell Handicap. Im.—Nance O’Neill scratch, Dalwhinr.te 6 seconds, John Pod 7, Volcano 7, Satinwood Junior 7, Annie Dillon 7. Larknm 7. Lady Advocate 9, Yura Dillon 9. Ah,hie K. 9. Watchie 9. Ri drastic Handicap, l^m. —D.C.L. 15 seconds, Frankton 15, Irwin 15, Bell Boy L. 15, 0.8.5. 15, Ravorewood 15. Raliv 18. Doris Wilks 13. Geld Drift IS. Riverina i 18, Bella Frist on 18. Belgium IS. Stanley’s Discovery 18, Imperial Duncan 18. Bcltetto 18. LAWN TENNIS No definite word has been received that lli? Canterbury team are coming down to phv Otago on Monday, but in view of the possibility of a mat'll-the following Otago players have been, selected R. S, Blown, S. N. Brown. W. Bray. R. A. Wilkie. R. G. MTWrall. G. I. ' Black : 'Misses F. Campbell. Bagiev, Royse, Marks, Fletcher, C.Varnond Any players unable to take part_ in the match are requested to communicate with Mr Wilson without delay. OTAGO ROWING CLUB. The first club race of the season, the Walters Fours, will be rowed off as early as possible in November. The Matheson Pairs, for novices, will also lie rowed during November. GOLF. The following is the draw for the Senior Medal Competition of tho Otago Ladies’ Golf Club, to be piaved to-morrow-:—Miss Royse v. Miss B. Glen dining, Miss Care.w v. .Miss Thcomin, Mbs Sim v. Mrs Gilray, Miss MTntosh v, Mias M. Law, Miss Ogston v. Miss Gleudniing, Miss Moore v. Mrs Murphy, Mrs Sargood v. ’ Alisa Roberts, Miss Forbes v Mrs Mackve. Owing to the death of Mr E. J. Watt’s sister (Mrs Frank Baden-Powell), Ids horses. Mountain Knight and Moonbria, will race under tho name of Sir William Cooper, and Tatterley under the name, of Mr John Whitworth, at Hie L.rthcoming V.R.C. Spring Meeting, while Wimmera has been leased *o Mr G. Wadbarq. Mr Watt’s horses in New Zealand have also been leased for three months. Mr Wart has gone to Queensland, and hopes to rename racing in the autumn. At Fiemington yesterday morning Mountain Knight galloped half -a mile in sSsec. Indiscretion and Toast half a. mile in 52isec. and Fidelio half a mite in 52scc.
SPORTING, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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