CANTERBURY SPRING CARNIVAL
Third Day.—Wednesday. A strong north-west gale epoilfc tho enjoyment of the spectators on the tliird day of tho C.J.C. Meeting There was a fair attendance of tho public. Results : SUBURBAN HURDLES, 2Coaovs. Once' round and a distance. E. J. Massey'a br g Ngatiruanui by ;iged, 12.0 ... 1 H. D. De Lautour's Rustic, 10.i3 ... 3 G. P. Donnelly's Otatara, 10.3 3 Also started. Kinswav 10.13, Parable 10.9, Stroller 9.0, Andrea 9.0. Combination 9.0, Rejection 9.0. Ngatiruanui led for six furlong?, whou Rustic and Otatara replaced him, and these two drew away. Rounding the top turn in tho straight, however, the leaders tired, and Ngatiruanui outstaying them won by two lengths, Otatara three lengths away. Time, omin 44 4-ssec. SPRING NURSERY HANDICAP, 400 sovs. For two-year-olds. 4f. G. D.' Greenwood's b g Sutala, 7.7 ... 1 G. .D. Eeatson's Aalerias, 9.2 2 A. W. Rutherford's Samisen, 7.7 ... 5
Also started : Holiday 3.7, Adjutant 7.10, Moidant 7.10, Undo Dan 7.10, Riga 7.7, Orlando 7.5, Kolcntina 7.5, liyla 7.5. Bonny Dream 7.5, Moutoa Queen 6.12, Happiness 6.12.
Samisen and Sutala were early in the lead. Sutala, drawing out, v.-on by a length and a-hnlf, Ast-crirm beating Samisen by half a length. Time, 47 3"-ssec. AVON WELTER,- HANDICAP, 600sovs. 6f. W. E. Bidw ill's In- hj Vocation by
Birkenhead—Sl-c-pfeldt, syrs, 8.8 ..'. 1 G. D. Greenwood's Bimeter, 8.15 ... 2 Reid and Elwoithy's lleval, 9.5 3
Also started : Pariform 8.13, Gasolene. 3.15, Belasco 8.13, Sliaki 8.10, Boldsiroke. G.o, Vanquish 8.5, Sveahorg 8.5. Golden King B.4.*Mosqkd 8.4, Leading Lady 8.3, Hm.-tieen 7 13, "Angelina 7.10, Bonnv Rigg 7.7. Reval and Bimeter wore in front as they turned into the straight proper, but Vocation came with a great run from the distance, and won by a length ; Ivcval n ji.'ad away, i'imo, Imin 15;j.-ee.
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CANTERBURY SPRING CARNIVAL, Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914