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CANTERBURY’S CARNIVAL

CLOSE OF THE C.J.C. CAMPAIGN. REPUTATION’S REPUTATION , REDEEMED. (From Odr Special Correspondent] CHRISTCHURCH, Novemi er IT | The Canterbury Jockey Club’s Mctropolitan Meeting was concluded to-day in !i;,■ - weather, though a cold easterly wind m:.blowing during the greater part of the afternoon. There were three scratching* from tho Port Connor H UIH lie Handicap, leaving a 1 field of nine. Beacon (VMo) was favorite, with Kilmenv (12.0), Idealism 511.0,, and Daylight Bill (31.1) fancied in that order. Otatara (9.13) and The Pole (10.IS) wt re showing the way past the stand, but they 1 foil at the second hurdle, where Be,non also came to grief. Kingsway (9.13) (lim ’ went on from Gold Lock (9.0), Corns (ll.fb. and Daylight Bill (11.1). Turning for home Gold Lock was in trouble, and G rrie, taking charge before the last bur,lN was reached, won as she liked by 10 length-- , from Daylight Bill, with Kilineny, wl;.. finished fast from a long way back, only three lengths away. King=w‘ny, Ideali-mi. and Gold Lock followed in ’tint order. Time, 3min 17|sec. Com Ns pei f- rmam e makes her out a smart hurdler. Kilmciiv lost a lot of ground in the early part in avoiding tho fallen hones. Seventeen lined up for the Cie---v W, ! ter Handicap. Ardent '8.12 i being a g.„.d deal better hacked than Pavlova 9.3 i and Bertrada (9.6). When the field could lie picked up Reval (9.6) and Hoy .S.Cn were showing out in front below the distance. Pavlova, Lady Alicia (7.7), Bertrada. and Mcltchikoff (8.2) moved up. and afinelini-h saw Pavlova beat Lady Alicia hv half a length, with Revel another lialf-lenath awajust in front of Ardent, Hoy, and Sniatura (7.7). Time, 3min I'j-ec. Pavlova had shown some pace earlier in (he inciting without quite running the end. but she finished in good style to-day. The 20 horses im-nlmn-d in (he card took part in (he Seynvur Handicap, a race confined to apprentice riders. Ft. Elmn t8.7) was the first to show his head | in front, hut the field Ind not gone f.r i before Wharfinger 1 3. 6 • t/' k up th.- running. followed by Mir-e dons* i7/fi- and Silver Shield '3.j.3). Rachig for (fie straight Wharfinger was -till out clear. I with St. Elmn. Miracnlou-. Silver Shield, j and Margarita 7.12) pron-menl among Dm j others. St. Elmn joined Wharfinger at I the distat.ee. and won vilh a hit i . spare by half a length, Silver Shi. 1 ! being m a; ly a length a wav. closely followed by Findhorn (8.8). Miraculous, Margarita, Bor-il (7.4), and Scotch Melody (8.1(1). Tin -. Imin 28? sec. The feature of the ra>-> . apart from the smart performance of (1 ■ j winner, was the brilliant run by Eindhorn, who was badly lefro The 14 horses that look part in Dm Members’ Handicap rrprc-cuGd good claovor seven furlong-’. It \vn- a fine betting race, with A at union- 9,8; slight:-, belter backed than Sauei 8. -'I and Choi tl. 1 9.9). They had not g.-n- ' 1- fi re ]’, - tilll.ni 10.12) and (filr.’die fi'.fifi v.-re oet well clear, while Saii.-i and ( Tori !e wc■. | going well right out from the r.D r--j C’hudie hold hi- place for about half a land Dre-i retire.]. At thi- stage Po-t ' i lion's tiAino was being slue.rod, but a hi’ 1 ■ 'further on Sauei had the mea-iro- of Dm i .advance horse. No sooner had (his p cut Ir-en reached than Autumnns cam. v.a- . j wet sail in the centre of the cour-c, and !-.• . quickly put tho issue heyoinl all <b.n!.l. i Bee (7.7; rami- with a rati!.- at the- fin : fi ; which landed her in third place. Gh> I wa- elo-e up al'ur rune,ing a god i.u ■ 'First Glance ■ o.O) was going nieeh .■■■» tie ( entraii'-e to Die straight. I u- be' r. D-c.j ; Time. 1 rain 26igcc. The perfum-nm e n 1 ghtered by Aiitmmms was of a ‘fifi) .■;;,- character. !t was hi- second v, in at tie meeting over seven furlong', i Backers were very nuudi dim’d.- I in 1 ’■ - ;r ! opinions eourciniug (he I’ioi.err Hardier;:, ' a five-fnrlong race for two-yea r old-. Dually they wound up with Du- Au-tre’i.a : , bred filly Swr et Corn '8.3) very -lighf ihetlir fancied ticui I'e cilG .jd f).-> . \ :(fi 'Adjutant a good Du>d i-hoi,-,>. Sir.!<7. j”i »va' ah', in strong reqi-e-t. If !• ■•!. ; a- if Bomiy I Team ! 7.9- got bad'v I- . : Adjutar.t 1-fing a'-o -h.w to ne.-re, Desert Gold and Hwect Gurr. smaio- t ro: the UDiik. The latter pair, e f :oiv is! ', were .nit wilh a Id ; break e D.'-v hj : ! g.Uiu (wo furl. ;u,p. '! Ill’ll ) -1 ) ; :f e i ‘ . • ; i - !I1( need ill oVi rhanl Diflii, He v. ”■ great gun - a( t he di- tan.-i-. w’e-’- ■ Corn «■ in (rouble, but ll fid use a bit ill le-erve. while Ad.hllau! he ( ‘ s pended 111. -t of hi- rfi’rol in ),.ai ug ip In ■ leeway. Tlie re nit vva? tied r" (I ■ 1 ■ kept on and v. on nicely by :. hr di). D ■ : performance wa - v i y in.a it””i. - .-. a d 1 quite ile-crved to win ■■ )'(.■:■ hj. r . i-i ■ : lint unhieky effort- in .sii’luv u":/ugeiii.-■■ 1 - thi= sc.a-oii. Sweet ’’.l- -1 i : 1! ing. quite failing when it cae.e . . . Time. Imin OiGer. ’I he Siemi Mrmoria! G- ld • 1.9.!;).50-.ro. pm, a., r.trr.ui -i a droid of .-win, A in uronro- rod I’i'ro:. iroiug tiro it'dra ’.air. in i a:ro '■ n .. was a : l’'d i' ; ,;■ ,■■(; ■■■ [., ' and Wrorot.■).' : 7.19. ' broi; ’ '■ ’ 1 wire. fil rou irod . 1 fi. i The ira.’tiroi-iro-- n' : ir.-t ■ : sproisih!.' f 'I- a J'l o’ ’hy. ( in ' ’ r \ ■■ finally g< ) hi- li.-id rod ; i, ’iStvi.’ !'fi.; 1 1 a:■ l-.t frog: ’!.' ’ . fids! Merrv line -3.fin and ’ ! I’fi (. 1 7. i 2) hoi'll- rrorororodde, 33 a: ■, ■■■ Id d a gro i p’s: . b.-roe , ’s v a little I'sr; )■,...• ha, fi, sroi r . nro-.r I he res r i' / t (;> u r : i s :( . , he nmved no ."i , so: - -I •. i -• 1 Tuaeirod the ; .( W..ie " 1 I<. t !)•- f tout. In;: ! l-'roro-,; : m ; u i id ’ ! E light vere I, s I us in r ' • :■ I lion, with a.i roivr.u'." o vro'l - ’ • ' .s ’ from his id’.a 1 .. t i'; - t'r •■:( I- fi on'- u- ■ k lead !;.'n 1 lie ■■■■' : d ' Tiro re.- of Die he'd v.vre to.- di -. away, loaded by Warst. p. v. id;. , ' was next. The ia.sl p. finish ’-a- ■ i" ’’ ' Helen, who.-,’ jierfornian. e was • t y d : - appointim;. Time, 2m:u (...■. I'piitation and l-’irst. Rigli l .. .have m w n,.-t four times Diis sea'em, and roi ifiiv sirou- .Mr Bid rod • eoh -as hj, j’,,,-:! w it ■oni v a slmlo .’Hiverov.:,/.’ Ins ri.’.d. while the fourth race in tie- Dm hv. in v. Hioli First Flight liemlro ! in Droro . but K’.D'eepilently ll0,(1 Ilfs pl’e e- giv< U i against- him hy the .stewards. Vh- fi.’ us i innst thei-efoi.- he giv.-n to R-putali”-!. ■though there i>, orec irons ig.tie be*. ~ the pair. | There were nice starters for the Isle' ; trie Plate, of SCh'sov.-. w.f.a., of. Eve (6.6,1 bein.g a hot favord”. li is as ha row ore of iii.mro r to ro u cc.lh'sion rs tine barrier -.vent- up. D.oroi : • who appeared to suffer b.- ;ug j;ay:;r... . (7.13). Blue Lake (8.10., rovi T.-tc- ; Teto (7.15). (;o far f.s Ct.u’d 'ro seen Chakwana {7.IE ( , Dttwnham ('.'.(fi,:. .00l : Pimcter (3.2; in Lront ail fi:- wry. Chakwana v.ir.ntrp v. it!, a eery ! fib to spare from Dov.-nJiam. ’ :;o v.-s fiv very fr.rt. Time, 45 -I-Sj/o. v. ;c. -r has rac'd cousirtcntly throngheut the meeting, .-’ho’.vin.g a lot of naev in rdi her races, but sfi.o wr..’> not froro’-.i fa thr hot sprinting company, and paid the gost dividend that lias been associate .1 with the race for .some years. ) The Fendtilton Handicap. Ido. at- ; traded a field of 14. Binablo (3.3) was a : j warm favorite, with Hogan iT.Si r-'h. r I j 'better backed Lkan John. 15ri‘ : (8.21. I

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CANTERBURY’S CARNIVAL, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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CANTERBURY’S CARNIVAL Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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