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SPORTING

AUCKLAND BACKS. Second Day.—Satukday. The second day’s racing of the A.R.C. Spring Mealing at EllcrsLie drew a large attendance, despite the diizziing rain. I!tsuits : Hunters’ Steeplechase, of loOsovs. About 3m. —Scots Huard 1, Nat Lupin 2, Ngatoa 5. All started At the last fence Nat Lupin ;i.ria .Scots Cticaxd were almost, on terms. A great finish resulted in the for-iß-,T v.inning by a hand. '/Vine, 6min 2c sCC, Gordon Handicap. 150f ova. 5 f.—Gold Necklet (7.9) 1. Kitty Bdlaire (8.2) Sic no <7 4) 3. All star ted. Gold Necklet lod all the tray, :;nd won by three-quartcia of a length. Tune, lmm_2&ec. Manukau Hurdles, 3Co.sovs. IJm.— S[;alti.»h (9.11) 1, Dogger Bank (9.0» 2, Adimrai Sonlt (11.10) 3. All started. Spai-h-h went, to the front, closely attended throughout i.y Dogger Bank. Won by a length and three-quarters. Time, 3rnin 17-st-c. First Waircki broke his leg during the race, and had to bo killed. King Edward Memorial Handicap, 1, O'M so vs. 11m.—Allegation (7.10) 1, Self :6.10) 2, Soultikoff (6.12) 5.

Mr Joseph Ames, the Wellington owner, has bean advised that his brood mare Merrivonia (Merriwee —LTvonia) has foaled twin bay fillies to Boniform. Both foals aye alive at Bushy Park, and it is considered that there is every chance of their living to race. They are almost exactly alike.

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SPORTING, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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