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N.Z. CUP WITHDRAWALS. Tannhauser was scratched for the New Zealand Cup (run on Saturday next) at 5.15 p.m. yesterday, and Expect at 9 p.m. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. Yesterday was Cup day at Flemingtoii, and tho attendance was quite up to the average, the onlv absentees being the naval oflkor*. The Cup race forms a special article elsewhere. Tho other events on the programme were :

Encourage Stakes, 500sovs. For two-voar-olds that have never been placed in any race. Colts 7.10, fillies and geldings 7.5. sf.—Messrs R. G. Casey and J. M'Niall's Sir John Barleycorn (by Maltster—Conundrum) 1, Toupee 2, Alsaco 3. Thore were 26 starters. Won by a short neck; a head separating second and third. Time, lmin 2iacc. Railway High-weight Handicap, of 500 soys. of.—H. L. Cummings's b hj Kwasind (bv Malstor—Grafton Lass. svrs. 8.13) 1, Dhuldul (10.3) 2, Grand Charm (8.0) 3. Twenty-two faced the starter. Won in the last few strides by a neck; half a neck dividing Dhuldul and Grand Charm. Time, lmin 163sce. Cup Hurdle Race, of 500sovs. 2m.— E. Manifold's Weenobah (by Hautmost— Patrician mare, 9.7) 1. Wingarara (9.9) 2. Dustcloud (13.10) 5. Seven others. Katingawa, Sir Prim, and John M'Cormack fell at different stages, while Lasso struck a hurdle heavily and pulled up. Won By six lengths;' a neck between second and third. Time, 3min 45* see. Cup Steeplechase, of 500sov*. About 2m.--T. S. Revnolds's ch g Swedish Lad (bv St. Francis—Loppie, 11.7) 1, Hornsey (9.0) 2, Guncap (11.7) 3. Ten others started. Swedish Lad took charge at the last jump, and won by three lengths, Hornsev beating Guneap" by two lengths and a-half. Time, 4min 63sec. November Nursorv. of 500sovs. For two-year-olds. 5Af.—E. E. D. Clarke's br f' Lesbos (bv The Welkin—Clcis, 7.7) 1, Starland (9.1) 2. Pretty Bobby (6.7) 5. Ten others. Lesbos took the lead rounding the turn, and won easily by three lengths; half a head separating Starland and Prettv Bobbv. Time, lmin Bisec. Yan Yean Stakes, of 500sovs. lm.— W. Laudale's hj m Amat.a (bv Wallace— Carissima, 7.13) 1, Golden Wire (8.7) 2. First Principle (9.1) 3. Fourteen others. A great finish: onlv heads separating first, second, and third. Time, lmin 40J.SCC. WINTON RACES. The weather was cold and wintry for the opening day yesterday, and the track heavy. Red Charm, Palisade's half-sis-ter, on whom odds of something like 10 to 1 were laid, easily accounted for the Winton Guineas. The steeplechase provided a chapter of accidents, tho favorite I (Cardiff) showing the way by coming to I grief at the first fence. 'Following eomI plotes our report : Winton Guineas. For three-year-olds, lm.—W. Robertson's b f Red Charm (bv Charlemagne ll.—-Red Peony, 8.7) I,' Cannot (7.12) 2. Golden Rupee (8.2) 3. Also started : Heather Bloom 7.13. Rotator 7.11. Won in a canter. Time, lmin 21 3-ssee. Golden Rupee finished third, but could not draw the weight, and as Rotator failed to weigh in no horse was placed third. Steeplechase. About 2m. Denial (10.12) 1, Sunset (1L0) 2. St. Aaron (10.7) 3. Others: Cardiff 11.0, Prairio Fire 10.7, Pakawhnra 10.7, Miss Chatswood 10.7. Cardiff. Pakawhnra, and Miss Chatswood failed to complete the course, while Sunset fell, but was hurriedly remounted. Won by a length, with* St. Aaron lc.;g than a'length away third. Time, 4min 35Jisee. Welter Handicap. 6f.—Czar Kolohol (8.6) 1, Lady Treat (8.1) 2. Pretty (8.12) 3. Five others. Won by two lengths. Time, lmin 19Aseo. Otapiri Trot (optional)", l.'.m. — Lindctta (14see) 1, Lady Mac *(l4sec) 2, Doughboy (4scc) 3. others. Won by two lengths. Time. 4min lsec. The owner of Lady Mac entered an objection to the winner on the ground of inconsistent form as compared with that shown at the Gore Spring Meeting. The totalisator money was impounded, and the inquiry was adjourned. Tradesmen's Handicap. 7f.—Sartomart (7.9) 1. Russo (8.9) 2, Golden King (8.10) 3. Peter 9.13, and Miss Kelierman 7.0 also started. Won by a length. Time, lmin 32j[sec. TROTTING. The following acceptances were received last evening in connection! with the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's meetin.g on Tuesday next: Spring Handicap (saddle), of 200sovs. 2m.—Maoriwood scr, Benmorej 2 seconds, Mayflower 5. Arinamcnter 8, Fiction 10. Mushroom 10. Savana 11. Blvthe Lad 11, Fancv Gantie 12. Hiroki 14. Frank Wilkes 14. Lockhead 14.

Empire Handicap (saddle-), of 200snvs. 2m.—Craibwood 8 seconds. Disappear 10, Penelope 11. Gertie L. 11, Stanley's Child 11. Gee Whir 12. General Wylio 13. Grandee 13, Law Chimes 13, Bonification 13. Sherwood 14. Minoru 14, Scotch Mist 14, Suddite 14. Wingaiui 14.

NEW ZEALAND CUP (Harness), of 2,50050v5. 'm. Denver Hnon ser Adonis foec Emmeline ... 2sec Win Soon ... 6sec King Cole ... 2?co Eccentric . . 6?ee Albeit TT. ... 3?eo Manda.rcne ... 6scr. Ravenschikl 4sec Red Mac ... 6scc Don Caesar ... Ssec Uavoc 6soe Country nolle riser Lady Clare. ... 7sec Bright ssoc Middleton Handicap 'harness', of 250sovs. 2rn. —Winn Alto scr. Electrocute 6 seconds. Craibwood 9. Miss Dexter 10. Adventuress 11, Olive. F. 11. Mystic 13. Tniganini 14. To Kuiti 15. Tika 16. Parole Bells 16, Imperial Crown 16. Norval King 16. Handicap (harness), ofSOOsors. 2rn.— Redchild scr. Spot 2 seconds, Piecework 5. Ciiildsdale 6. Rcgina Belle 6, Otir Thorpo 7. White House 7. Jack Ashore 8. Ariadne 8, Our Aggie 8. Fr&nza.lena. 3, Proud Girl 8, Ladv Rattor, 10, 0.1.C. 10, Erina 10. Antonio 10. Bonista 10.

St. Albans Handicap Saddle), of 200sovs. lin.—Cameos scr. Barmasfiiie 1 second. Nan 2. Clingschild 2. Andy Bryan 3, Fraudocia 3, Baron Franz 4. Persuader 4, Qninaldine 4. Rn.v.ene 4. Mattie 4. Uniform 4. Kinetic- 4, Wallace Junior 4, Lincoln .Junior 4. .Millwood 5. C'aledon 5.

Ric.-arton Handicap (harness), of 300sovs. 1-jtn. —Lovelock 3 seconds. Marble Arch 4. Jingle 5. Edith A. 6. Wd Elmo 6. Goldwood 7. Prince Poole 7. St. Swithin 7. Fashionwood 7. Mnricata 8. Little Tib 8. Crown Prince 8. All Franz 9, Mountain Rose 9. Tommy 0. 9. H fig Icy Handicap (harness], of ZoOsovs. Ijd.—Frank Tracer per, Bacchus scr. Krina ?cr. Child Boldou scr. Oceanic. 1 second. Bonny Jenny 1, Corbell 1. Penelope 1, BequesL 2. At. the Melbourne Trotting Club's October meeting the Richmond Thousand, resulted : Blue Eyes (15yds behind) 1. Dan Bells (scr) 2, Homeleigh Dick (25yds behind) 3. ATHLETIC ITSHOX OFIAMPTOXSHTPS. The Athletic Union running and cycling championships, which were original lv allotted to the Marborough Centre, will now be run in in conjunction with the South Canterbury Caledonian Society's sports on January 1 and 2.

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SPORTING, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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