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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING

Second Day.—Monday. Ckirions weather prcvailefl for the cciv tinuation of Hie Canterbury J.C. Spring Meeting. There was au excellent attendance, and the course was in beautiful order. Results : MIDDLETON HURDLES, of SOOsovs. l|m. J. Jlassey's brg NgaUraunuihyManiopoto— Secrecy, aged, 11.1 X M. Hobbs’s Ccrrie, 11.7 2 D. Rutherford’s Sunbeam. 10.9 3 Also started : Gienorchy 11.0, Canterbury 9.3, Gold Lock 9.0. Ngatiraunui led virtually all the way, xvith Sunbeam in* close attendance for t-ha CTeatcr part of the journey. Corrie, who had been lying last, came with a great run in the final three furlongs, but failed to reach Ngatiraunui, who won by two lengths, with .Sunbeam four lengths away. Time. 3miu 15 4-sscc.

CRITERION HANDICAP, of TOOsova.

■Sir G. Clifford's b hj Autumnus by Treadmill—Goidleaf, 8.12 A. B. "Williams's Chortle, 8.12 F. Marlon’s Pavlova, 7.9

.Also started : Postillion 8.15, Obeono E. 12, Bleriot 8.5, Eauci 3.5, Bertrada 8.4, Martins 8.5. First Glance; 8.2, Chudic 8.3, Doxvnham 7.15, Mummer 7.8, Peg 7.7, Rone 7.3, Shaki 7.2, Suratura 6.7. Pavlova made the running to the turn, with Chudic and S.huki clow up. At the distance, however, Autumnus came out c;i‘ tffe ruck full of running, and won comfortably ‘by » length. Chortle beating Pavlova for second place by a head. Downham waj fourth. Time. Imin. 26 4-ssec.

IRWELL HANDICAP, 500 fovs. 4f. .Sir G. Clifford’s ch c Flying Start by San Francisco—Flectfoot, 7-12 1 T. 11. Lawry’s b f Desert Gold, 8.8 ... 2 : Kamisen, 7.7 3 | Al?o started : Holiday 6.7. Wishful 8.4, I Sulala 7.12. I’atroelns 7.32, Deltonki 7.12, ■ lV.it/, 7.9. Down 7.9. Snub 7.9. Golden : Prince 7.9. Monica Qtu.-?u 7.7, Hyla- 7.7, | Mat gar cun 7.7. | Bamisen coram-anrej very quickly, and ; !ru to tho distame, where Flying Start can*.? tbrnuah. followed by Desert Gold, •Flying Start winning hr a bare length, xvith Bami-'-oc i'-’-o lengths away, just in i firm, of Wisltial. Time, 40scc. NC'ES BY “THE ADMIRAL,” Hi.'iciy inpes ts ’t-;e!f. At Dunedin ; Naitiramr.u v.fvt■to take jirtrt tho 1 hm lie i.i'-o < ti the first, day. and won d.v ; cisivclv on Hm- reeoiul. ->t iltecarton ho ; i-.'oohit-dx i tlused to leave HlO mark rm Saturday, but he- v.on t>-day■ Aulamniiß luts “ come back ’ at the first time- of cskinu. Tho <»;: iof Tcradmill—- : Galdk-af did not win a i;;co last year, but ■ inhifitw,-. thud appearance', lie 1-341 eecond ■to Emii.-tndoi -v;/ , in Mm Challenge : Stakes at Biciairtoti in the autumn, and again in th-? Maim-vvaiti Stakes at PalmerGo 11 North.. i Chokebore Lodge two-year-olds are | phvimg an imnnrtai.i, part in this year’s ■ iCttlif-rim:' 5 . T’olHav w<.n the scc-oml day ; j.f- Dunedin, and Batik Eve (first day) ' rmd Flying Start, (tcmml d.-.y) at Hiccar-

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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING, Evening Star, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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