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WELLINGTON SPRING MEETING. The totalisator yesterday handled £39.672, making the turnover for the two days £68.347£, an increase of £5,463 compared with last year. . E. Manson (rider of Adroit) was suspended for a month for interfering with the. favorite, Postilion, in the Nainai Handicap. Following completes our report : CHAMPION PLATE, of 800sovs (a cup valued at ICOsovs and 700sovs in specie). W.f.a. lim. W.. E. Bid will's blk c Reputation by Martian —Stepfeldt, 3yrs, 7.11 (L. Wilson) 1 Sir G. Clifford's b c First Flight by .San Francisco —Fleetfoot, 3yrs, 7.6 (W. Ball) 2 "Mr Highden's" b hj Expect by Advance—Endeavor, syrs, 9.4 (Olliver) 3 Also started : Kilrain 9.4. Merry Roe 8.9, Balboa 7.11, Elevate 7.11, Fabrikoff 7.11, Hyetteus 7.8, Moulu 7.8. Expect lashed out freely at the post. When the barrier went up the field getaway well. Elevate was pulled up after going a short distance through G. Francis losing his stirrup irons. The order along the back was : Merry Roe. First Flight, Fabrikoff, Balboa, Reputation. At the bend First Flight moved into second place, and Merry Roe still led. When the straight was entered excitement ran high as Reputation was seen to be making ground on the outside. Coming on at"a great pace, ho raced home a winner by a lengih, First Flight and Expect being separated by half a length. Balboa was fourth. Time, 2min 6 2-ssec, a rc■cord for the race. Merry Roe's time last year was 2min 8 4-ssec. She was followed home by Autumrms and Emperador. Ruahine Handicap. 6f.—Lady Black (8.3) 1, Plunder (6.8) 2, Chakwana (7.13) 3. 'Seven others. Won by a length; neck between second and third. Time, lmin 14 2-Ssec. Nainai Handicap. 6f.—Bee (7.4) 1, Beldame (8.1) 2, Peronilla (7.7) 3. Also started : Postilion 9.6, Bleriot 8.8, Bertrada 7.10, Play Off 7.10, Pavlova 7.9, Day Fly 7.9, Mowbray 7.9, Adroit 7.3, Suratura 6.12. Bee practically 1«1 throughout, and won by two lengths: three-quarters of a length second and third. Time, lmin 14 l-ssec. GORE RACES. The track was hard but fast. The totalisator handled £14,239, an increase of £1,356 on last year's figures. Additional results :—- Eastern Steeplechase, 105sovs. 2Jm. — True Blue (11.10) 1, Black Sea (10.9) 2, Tolstoi (10.5) 3. Also started : Kia Ora 11.7. Iteatherlea 10.4, Golden Grape 9.10, Fairy Finn 9.8, Tommy 9.7. Scratched*: Stroller. Fairy Finn fell three-quarters of a mile from home when looking dangerous. Won by the favorite hy 12 lengths ; 10 lengths second and third. Time, 6min 4sec. Jarvis, the rider of Kia Ora, was thrown, and' received a severe shaking. Flying Handicap, 95sovs. 6f.—Golden King (7.5) 1, Peter (9.7) 2, Speedometer (8.13) 3._ Also ran : Golden Wehb 7.1. Won easily by three lengths from a bad start, in which the favorite, .Speedometer, suffered. Time, lmin 15sec. Labor Dav Trot, 60sovs. l£m. —Matchlight (20sec) 1. Mistake (19sec) 2, Commander Bell (Usee) 3. Scratched : Cathedral Chimes, Louvain, Ghimes, and Honest Mac. Won by three lengths; 20 lengths separating second and third. Tim-3, omih 48 i!-ssee. Charlton Handicap, 95eovs. 7f.—Officious (7.11) 1, Buller (8.2) 2, Directoirc (8.7) 3. Others: Sombrero 9.2, Mosdel 8.10 (incl 71b penalty), King Torrent 7.12. Tim*, lmin 29|sec. TROTTING AT OAMARU. Yesterday's meeting was a pronounced success. The receipts from the " tote" were £12,767^ —an increase of £3,654 on last Labor Day's turnover. Concluding results : Pukeuri Handicap (saddle). lOOsovs. 2m.—Tony Robbing (16sec) 1. Rosie M'Kimiey (23sec) 2, Pitch Dark (19sec) 3. Eight others. A good finish promised between Tony Bobbins and Rosie M'Kinney, but the latter fell when rearing the post. Pringle remounted his horse, and secured second money by a neck fiom Pitch Dark. Time, smin 3sec. Weston Handicap (harness), llOsovs. lim. —Grandee (ssec) 1, Grey Owl (s*ec) 2, Bright Alice (s&ec) 3. Six others. Won by two lengths. Time, 3min. Handicap (saddle), 80sovs. l£m. —Ravensw-wd (18scc) 1, Belette 1 (18sec) 2, Frankton (15sec) 5. Nine others. Time, 3min 42sec. Farewell Handicap (harness), 60sovs. lm.—Dahvhimie (fjsec) 1, Nance O'Neill (scratch) 2. Annie Dillon (7sec) 3. Four others. Won by three lengths. Time, 2min 24sec. ! GOLF. i Tie BrnntffHd Medal, played for nn the Balmacewen Links yesterday, was won by A. H. Fisher, with an aggregate senr? of 162—he doing both rounds in 81. Hewas closely followed by C. B. Wight with 164. Best scores : ! First Second ! round, round. T'l. A. H. F'sber 81 81 C. B. Wight 83 81 C. R. Sargood 8" 86 H. D. Stronach 86 91 H A. Snbno.i 88 92 11. B. Lambert 88 93 —Morning Handicap.— The handicap in the morning was won by D. V. Donald.-on, and that in the afternoon by Noiton Oram. 'Leading scores: Gross. Hep. Net. D. V. Donaldson ... 91 14 C. B. Wk'ht 85 5 P A. Young 91 12 A. H. Fisher 81 1 C. G. White 88 8 H. L. Cook 92 12 Afternoon Handicap.— Norton Oram 90 18 C. B. Wight 81 5 J. R. Bartholomew ... 94 16 H. H. Hutchison ... 83 4 G. L. Mahon 95 16 A. H. Fisher 81 1 P. A. Yo'mg 93 12 H. L. Cook 92 12 NEW ZEALAND METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB. The following handicaps have been declared for the first day of the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's Spring Meeting : Spring Handicap (hi saddle.), 200sovs. 2m.—Maoriwood scr, Benmore 2 seconds, Whispering Lad 3. Mayflower 8, Armamenter 8, Fiction 10, Kopara Dick 10, Mushroom 10, Ohapi 10, Savana 11, Matilda 11. Carinna 11, Blythe Lad 11, Fancy Gantle 11. Hiroki 14, Frank Wilkes 14, Lockhead 14, Rostrebor 14, Rosie M'Kinney 14. Empire Handicap (in saddle), 200sovs. 2m.—Wallace Wood scr, Breeze 4 seconds, Fusee 5, Lady Rattoo 7, 0.1.C. 7, Craibwood 8. Treasure Seeker 8, Antonio 9, Goldie 9,' Disappear 10, Penelope 11, Ger- : tie L. 11. Stanley's Child 11, Kokemoer 11, Young Tohu li, Nordica 12, Bold Maid | 12, Gee Whiz 12, O.M.Y. 12. General Wylie Grandee 13, -fraw Chimes 13, ! Bonification 13, Bright Alice 13. Sher- ■, wood 14, Minorn 14. Scotch Mist 14. Suddite 14, Wingatui 14. Middleton Handicap (in harness), JSOE9TO, 2m.—Winn Alto per, Micbaal.

Galindo 2 seconds, .Electrocute 6, Lady Wilmington 6, STerefcte 8, Albertorious 9, Craibwood 9, iJiss Dexter 10. Adventuress 11, Olive L. 11, Mystic 13, Truganini 14. Te Kuiti 15, Gardenia 16, Tika 16, Parole Bells 16, Imperial Crown 16, -Nerval King 16. Able Boy 16. Lyttelton Handicap , (in harness), 300 sovs. 2m.—Redchild scratch, Spot 2 seconds, Admiral Wood 3, Framtocia 3, Durbar 4, Piecework 5. Childsdale 6, Regina Belle 6, Our Thorpe 7, White House 7, Kinetic 7. Jack Ashore. 8. Ariadne 8, Succeed 8. Our A-wie 8, Oenera.l Elmo 8, Rose Dillon' 8. Frauzelena 8. Proud Girl 9. Lady Rattoo 10. 0.1.0. 10, Prince Warbeck 10, Erin a 10, Antonio 10, Bonista 10, Child Beldon 10. St. Albans Handicap (in saddle), of 200sovs. lm.—Cameos scratch, Mains 1 second, Barmaguic 1, Submarine 1, Ivan 2, ClingschiJd 2, The Whip 2, Andy Re pan 3. Frandoeia 3, A] Franz 4, Baror Franz 4. Rirwee 4. Persuader 4, Quinaldine 4, Rawene 4. Mattie 4, Uniform 4, Kinetic 4. Wallace Junior 4, Lincoln Junior 4, Bacchus 5, Oceanic 5, Millwood 6, Caledon 5. Riccarton Handicap (in harness), of oOOsovs. l^rn. —Emmeline scratch, Lovelock 3 seconds, Bellis 4, Marble Arch 4, Bell Metal 4, Adonis 4, Calm 4, Jewel Chimes 5, Jingle 5, Edith A. 6, Aberfeldy 6, Lord Elmo 6, Wallace Wood 7, Schoolgirl 7, Gold/wood 7. Cameos 7, Prince Poole 7, Ripon Child 7, Solo 7, Lord Ribbon wood 7. St. Swithin 7, Fashionwood 7, Murieata 8, Little Tib 8, Scottish Mac 8, Crown Prince 8. AJ Franz 9, Mountain Rose 9, Tommy- C. 9. Hagley Handicap iin* harness, of 230 sovs. lm. —Fran.-: Tracy scratch, Bacchus scratch, Erina scratch. Child Beldon scratch, Oceanic. 1 second, Bonny Jennie. 1, Corhell 1, Penelope 1, Bequest 2. The sum of £20,118 was put through the totalizator at the Meeting yesterday, as against £16,556 on last Labor Day. The Cup, was won by Sir Antrim in 2min 12£s<w, and the Flying, 6f, by Deiiise Orme. The Jackson Memorial Stakes, sf, was responsible for an exciting finish, Waiini beating Ep worth by a r,e;k. Time, Imin 3sec. Oreymonth Trotting Meeting was held yesterday. Principal otcjjl. Cobden Handicap, 2m: Aniv Dillon (17« ec) 1, Lauder hill (15sec) 2. Voter (scratch) 3. Time, smin 7|sec. The Telegraph Handicap, lm, was won by Darkness (12scc). Tim-". 2min 34|tec.

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SPORTING, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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