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SPORTING, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
WINDING-UP GALLOPS. RENCONTRE DIES ON THE TRACK. £Pkb United Phess Association.] CHRT'STCHURCH, November S. Practically final, gallops before the C.J.C. meeting were given to-day, most of the work being done on the plough. Rencontre fell dead during a gallop. Warstep ran a mile and a-quarter in 2min 15sec. Martius took Imin 17 4-sseo for six furlongs. First Flight and Quarantine covered a circuit, the first mile being done in lmin 46sec. Marsa ran six furlongs in Iraki 17 l-seec. Kilrain did the last mile of two circuits in lmin 47 2-ssec. Slogan negotiated a mile and a-quarter in 2min 17sec. Autumnus ran a mile in lmin 47sec, and Blue Lake a half-mile in 51sec. Indigo, Reputation, and Multiply together covered 10 furlongs in 2min 23sec, The last-named worked lazily. Peg; sprinted six furlongs in lmin 17§sec, and Fair Rosamond five, in lmin 6sec. Hymettius defeated Ogier over six furlongs in lmin 17? sec. Kooya ran a mile and a-half in 2min 45Jsec. Beldome sprinted six furlongs in lmin 18sec. Guiding Way defeated BLrkful over a mile in lmin 46see, and Vocation defeated Daytime over six furlongs in lmin 17§sec. Balboa was too good for Campeador over a mile' run in lmin 48sec. Sir Mosely and Bertrade together tiaversed six furlongs in lmin 13sec. Bleriot was sent th we-quartern of a mile pacing. Silver Shield ga.lloj.-ed seven furlongs in lmin 33£ sec, roitilion 6ix in lmin 17|sec, Ratipani easily five in lmin and La Reina six in lmin 17§Fec. Bonny Helen did the last six furlongs of two circuits in lmin 19sec. Belasco and Pariform sprinted half a mile in oOsec, and Ciown Pearl beat Chudic over six furlongs in lmin l&-ec. Flower of the West ran seven furlongs in lmin 33sec; First Glance six in lmin 16isec, finishing very well: and Bee six in like time, tiring at finish. It is understood that the acceptances of Sinapis.: yLiniaroa. and ATouroa Girl were missed. AUCKLAND RACES. The following are the acceptances for S&tuulay'a events: Musket Stakes. 4f—Arran 8.10. Gold Lace 8.1. Lady Paula 7.12, Bea Dcil 7.12, King's Courier 7.11. Bisogne 7.8. Caber Feiiih 7.8, Credo 7.8, Novation 7.8, Loval Arch 7.7, March 7.3. Lightning 7.3, Colonade 7.3, Lazy Girl 7.3, Glissando 7.3, Porophyr 7.3, Housewife 7-5 . Manukau Hurdles. l|m.—Admiral Soult 11.10, Tragedy King 11.6, Ruffv 10.5, Darbv Paul 10.0, Barbwire. 10.0, Spalfish 9.11/FirsnTairiki 9.6. King Try 9.4, Tanran ga 9.5, Rangitajio 9.1, Sportsman 9.1, Ladv Sabretache 9.0, Salvannie 9.0, Companion 9.0, St. Helena 9.0, Dogger Bank 9.0. King Edward Handicap, l^m.— Royal Irish 9.1, Prince Merriweo 8.5, Goldsi/.e 8.1, Allegation 7.10, Rat ana 7.5, Soldier 7.0, Soultiknff 6.12, Self 6.10. Takinini 6.7. Epsom Handicap. 5f.~-Wairorewa 8.9, Grattan 3.7, Mullingar 8.6, Bluestone 8.5, Ineuru 3.5, Goldfire 8.4, Toreador 8.1, Tact 8.1, Patronale 7.11. Bedford 7.9, Tripoli 7.8, Iliad's Hero 7.8, Tinopai 7.0, Chime 7.0. Welter Handicap. ]m.—lneuru 9.9, Goldfire 9.7, Mistie 9.4. R-atana 9.3. Jdlie Fille 9.3, Phosphorus 9.0. Worcester 9.0, Tangawai 8.9, Cloy 8.7, Haku 8.3, Devastation 8.0, Christine 8.0, Rose de Guerre 8.0, Goldhunter 8.0, Preetwick 8.0, Flying Soult 8.0. Gordon Handicap. sf.—Selection 8.4, Christmas Rose 8.3. Kitty Bcllairs 8.2, Gold Necklet 7.9. Signo 7.4, Tinoraka 7.2, Lucitania 7.2. Waiomiu 6.13, Last Call 6.13. St. Gallo 6.13. .Silver Ma-no 6.13, I Anna Devlin 6.13, Gold Eye 6.13, Genevieve 6.13, Tamahere 6.13. Mairopop 6.13, I Glucian 6.13. Norma-nby Handicap. 6f.—Fisher 9.0, I Achilledes9.o, Lady Elgivaß.B, Parawai 8.8 I Makura 8.7, Rector Girl 8.0, Sir Rupert 7.10. Fadj 7.7. Glittering Sands 7.7, Lady Penurv 7.6, St. Elmo 7.5, Laverna 7.4, Signature 7.4, Don Castro 7.4, Plenipotent 7.4. Miss Avalanche 7.4, Gluetamis 7.4, Mataka-na 7.4, Manette 7.4. V.R.C. DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP. Ca-rlita. the Victoria Derby winner, has made an excellent return for the 125gs she cost her owners as a yearling. In 13 starts prior to her Derby success she only missed a. place three times, and won £4,055 prize money. This amount is, of course, exclusive of last Saturday's race. Fillies, by the way, rarely win the Victorian blue riband. Briseis won in 1876, Lady Wallace in 1906, and Carlita. this year. Kingsburgh. the Melbourne Cup winner, was bred by Mr S. Green at the Shipley stud, Victoria, and is by the Carbine horse Wallace from the imported English mare Alexandra by Persimmon—Ambleside, by Petrarch. As a yearling Kingsburgh was sold for 700gs to Mr "K. S. Macleod," who also owns Woorak. As a two-year-old he gained only one third place out of six starts, and last season ho ran four times without securing a place. At Randwick last month he ran second in the Spring Handicap (l-im) and third in the Waverley Handicap fljrn). As only 10 horses last night made the final payment for tho New Zealand Cup, Saturday's field must be tho smallest since 1904 (Grand Rapid's year), when eight faced the starter. Merry Roe, Sinapip, Rinaldo, Fabrikoff. Moutoa, Girl, Maniaroa, Mysteriarch, and Elevate were the horses which dropped out of the New Zealand Cup last night—a fairly strong parcel. Expect and Tannhauser were withdrawn on 'Tuesday. The Queen's Drive Boatinp Club have picked the following crews to row in the Cameron Fours on Saturday:—H. Campbell stroke. J. Lcfevre, J. Moir, F. Watson ; E. Perry stroke. W. Crawford, T. Mason, J. Stokes: J. M'Gregor stroke, J. Harrhy, W. Aitken. A. Watson: R, M'Corniaek stroke, G. Pistor, P. Lonic, T. Middeidorf; D. Ait-kon stroke, A. Jackson, IT. Camo. A. Love; H. Hey stroke. W. Liftwfek. J. M'Dongall. W. Spenee. Draws: M'Gr««or meets Perry, Hey meets Aitken, M'Cormack meats Campbell.
SPORTING, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
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