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Forum Day.—Saturday, The weather was bright and cool frr the concluding day of the C.J.C. Metropolitan Meeting. The attendance was fair and the going good. Results t PORT COOPER HURDLES, 2505cv.~,. IJm. • M. Hobbs's ch m Corrio hv San Tlario —Cora Lynn. 6yrs, 11.8 (k. M'Seveny) 1 D. Rutherford's Daylight Bill, 11.1 ... 3 | 1). H. Roberts's Kilmeny, 12.9 5 Also started : Idealism 11.0, Beacon 10.15, The Polo, 30.12, Otatara 9.13, Kingsnay 9.13, Gold Lock 9.0. At the second fence Beacon. Otatara, and Tha Pole fell. Ivingsway led to tha straight, where Corrie took charge and won T>y 10 lengths, Kilmeny three lengths away ” Time, s:nin 17gFcc. CRESS Y WELTER, 400 sots. 6f. Mr Mar ton's b i Pavlova by Charlemagne ll.—Stepka. 4yrs, 9.3 ' 1 IT. De I, an tour’s Lady Alicia, 7.7 ... 2 Reid and Ehvorthy's Kcval, 9.6 3 Also started Bestrada 9.6, Ardent 8.12, Peg 8.11. Gasolene 8.9, Briar Patch 8.5, BoidfU’oko 8.5 Meltchikoff 6.2, xioy 8.0, Svenborg 7.13, Mosgiel 7.12, Surapira 7.7. Bon 7.7, Bonny Kigg 7.7, Philadelphia 7.7. Revel was 'in front when the straight proper was reached, but in the race down the straight- Pavlova and Lady Alicia drew level, and Pavlova won by a length from l.adv Alicia, who beat Reval by half a length; Ardent fourth. Time, Imia 13?scc. hriVMOITR HANDICAP, 2Gosovs. 7f. J. M. Cameron's b g -St. Klinn by St. I Ambrose—Maude, Oyrs, 8.7 1 Sir C. Clifford’s Wharfinger, 8.6 3 .Mrs Havcv Patterson’s Silver Shield, 8.15 ...' ... 3 Others : Scotch Melody 8.13, Findhom 3.11, Lend;.":;- Lady 8.3, Lad rone 8.5, Sar.iiel 5.5. Margarita 7.12, Martigues 7.5, ! Borsi! 7.4, Sarlorao 7.3, Firegod 7.2, i Pursefe.nn 7.2, 1’ irk beck 7.0, Miraculous I 7.0. Waitara 7.0, At-heldana 7.0, Olga Car* lovn'i 7.0, D.-i.'n 7.0, Volspoil 7.0. Wharfinger led round the turn, with ?t. Eiirin In dose attendance, and in tha run homo St. Eimn drew out and won •by a length. Silver Shield a length, away, ■with Find horn fourth. Time, linin 23 5-5.-ec. *

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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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