V.R.C. SPRING CARNIVAL.
Favored by a typical spring day, "Ladies' Day" witnessed a brilliant gathering a*< Flemington, the display of costumes on the lawn being almost equal to that of Cup Day. Race results: .November Hurdles, SOOsovs. 3m.—L. Robertson's Wingarara bv Moravian—Xovornra (9.10) 1, Clontaft" (12.11) 2. Rebel King (9.0) 3. Four others started. Won bv two lengths. Time. smin 50sec. 'Mimosa, Stakes, 750sovs. For two-year-olds. 6f.—E. E. D. Clarke's br f Lesbos bv The Welkin—Clcis (3.3) 1. Sir John Barleycorn (8.10) 2, Nicanov (3.10) 3. Pretty Bobby (8.3) and Chantry (8.5) also started. Lesbos led throughout, .and won, pulling up, by live lengths. Sir John Barleycorn securing secend place by a neck. Time, lmin ?.6?ec. LINLITHGOW STAKES, of l,soosovs. w.f.a. lm.
E- J. Watts'a br c .Mountain Knight by Mountain King—La Veille, 3yrs,
8.0 1 S. A. Rawdon's Brncue, 3yis, 8.0 ... 2 H. Power's Philio, 6yrs, 8.13 5 Others: Aleconner 9.2, Aurifer 9.2, Cagon 9.2. Woorak 3.0. Philio led the field to the straight. Woorak paced it wit' Philio for a time, and then dropped back. Mountain Knigh;ran np to Philio rounding tho turn, Blague als-> moving up. Phili:> led into the straight, a length in front of Blague: but Mountain Knight answered the call at the business end of the journey, and won by a length, a length and a-half separating Blague and Philio. Cagou was fourth, ami Woorak a bad last. Tiuv?, lmin 40sec.
Carnival Handicap, of oOCsovs. IJm. — F. C. Davis's cb hj De Gama bv Vaseo— Tea Cup (8.3) 1, Hush Money (7.7) 2, Greek Fir* (7.13) 3. Eight others started. De Gama came on tho scene at tho 'hush, ind won by half a length, three-quarters of alength' between the other pair. Time, 2mm 37A«ec. OAKS STAKES, of 500iovs. For three-year-old fillies. lJ,m.
Messrs P. Roger and J. River;'s l» or br f Carlit-ii by Charlemagne 11. Ccuronne, 8.10 J. Mills's br f Trnqueite by Traquair—
Simmerette, 8.10 t Messrs Baillieu's b f Wallaebia by Wallace—Canssima, 8.10 t The only starters. The Derby winner led throughout, and won by three, lengths. Time, 2min 38isec. Veteran Stakes, of 500sovs. IJm. —J. C. Roberts's b hj Allamsford. by rositano— Gladsome, 4yra (6.7) 1, Wishing Cap (7.7) 2. Abbey Craig (6.7) 3. Seven others. Allansford led all the. way, and scored his first win handsomely by three lengths. Time, 2min 35|fiec
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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
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