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SPORTING, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
AUCKLAND SPRING MEETING* First Dat.—Wednesday. The A.R.C. Spring Meeting commenoccl to-day in fmo weather. The course wae in fast-going order. Results : Maiden Hurdles, of loOsovs. lm,—. Tragedy' King (10.8) I, Spanish (9.9) 2, Dogger Bank (9.5) 3. Scratched : Glenal'by and Advancer. Tragedy King took charge- crossing the top, and, outpacing Spalfkh, won "by a-quarter of a length. Time, 2min 50sec. GREAT NORTHERN GUINEAS, of j l,Coosovs. For three-year-olds, lm, Jas. Hand's hj e Mulingar by Marble Arch—Romola, 8.10 t F. Hall's hj f Castalia by 'Marble Arch Grey Roe, 8.5 „ g ; F. Marshall's ch c Bedford by Bunyan 1 —Miss Dix. 8.10 .„ J Also started: Mamikau 8.10, Troy 8.7. Manukau rnado the early running. Crossing the top turn Castalia took charge, and led into the straight, with MuUingar almost on terms. In the run home tihs latter easily held the opposition, and won by a length; a length between eecond an<s . third. Time, Imm WELCOME STAKES, of 650sovs. Po» two-year-olds. sf.—Arran 1, Annaloguefij, Lady Paula 3. Scratched: Persian PrincA The winner led all the way. Won by & length. Time lmin ssec. RICCARTON TRAINING NOTES, [.feb United Presu Association.] CHRISTCHURCH, November 4. The work this morning was uninterest* fug. Multiply was given a medium circuit, tho last half mile taking 51sec. Chortle did aj similar distance in SO^scc. Feramory beat Stemheil' over six furlongs in lmin 21 2-ssea Sea Pink did the last six furlongs of g ■ mile in lmin 20sec. Rinaldo traversed 10 furlongs In 2mfa 16 l-sscc, finishing fairly well. Pavlovna was better than Belaso ovef half a mile in 52sec, Parable jumped four hurdles welL Ml RAMAR GOLF LINKS.
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WELLINGTON, November 4.
The Miramar Golf Club have completed a scheme for the purchase of 102 acres of land for links. The total expenditure by tho club will be about £16,000, of which £12,000 is the price of the land: The land concerned consists of about 70 acres of present links and an additional 30 acres. The purchase is believed to be the biggest ever made by any golf club in tha Dominion.
(FnOM OL'R SI'ECIAL COBEESPOi.-DES.Xj
Fine 'weii-ther for the second day's racingi Results:—
Awarca Handicap, 65sov& 67.— Steoit roma (8.0) I, Alaska (7.12) 2, Lady Low* bum (8.7) 3. Won comfortably.
Oreii Trot, 90sovs. 2m.—Ldndetta (IS eec) 1, Eros (13scc); 2, Vincent (box) <£ Won easily. Stewards' Piirse Handicap, 75sovs. 6!.-* Golden King (8.10) 1, Red Charm (8.4) 2, Ru&so (8.11) 3. Also started i Peter 9JJL , Won easily. BUNEDIN AMATEUR BOATING CLUB. The second heat of tho albovo duM| first race (the Trial Fours) was rowed laefr night in a choppy sea, and resulted Aft. follows : J. Bode (stroke), M. Tyson, S. Wood* G. Steele ;. ... .- & H. Pullar, W. M'Cnllook, T. Francis, W. Thompson „. S Both crows got away well together, ana neither had any advantage till passing tho powder hulk, where Bode gained a canvas length on PuUar, and managed to keep it to tho finiah. The race itself waß one <>l the closest for several seasons. To-nkht F. Anderson meets W. Mills fci 6.30. "
Olson had four mounts at Winteg yesterday, and lie was successful on eacfi occasion. Ho rode Lady Lowborn, Hesione, Red Charm, and Czar KolohoL
SPORTING, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
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