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FORBURY park trotting club. The following acceptances- have been received for the first oay (November 27) of tho Forbury Park Trotting Club’s Spring Meeting:— FIRST AMATEUR HANDICAP (Saddle), of lOOaovs. 14m. sec. *6c. Royal Rothschild Lady Nelson ... 8 Spylaw Maid ... 4 Lavmia o Ivory Bells ... 4 Joe M'Kinney ... 8 Victor Chief ... 5 Starry Night ... 8 Brown Wilkes ... 5 James Madison 8 Alisa Financier 7 Welcome Homo 9 Parkfield 7 Young Quincey 9 Whroo 7 Master Ebony... 9 Little Georgina 7 Degree (late KightAlaungatui ... 7 shade) 9 Tin Barn 7 Oku « Blackball 7 Octave $ ITugella ... ... 7 Peter Duncan ... 9 PROGRESSIVE HANDICAP (Harness). of lOOsovs. lim. Dot Robbins ... Princo Toronto 10 Bell Bov L. ... Hono Ariki . ... 10 Volcano 7 The Bronzewing 10 M'Kinnev Bell 9 Searchfield ... 12 Honest Mac ... 9 Silver Cloud ... 12 Favonious ... 10 Flora Tracey ... 12 SPRING HANDICAP (Saddle), of loOsovs. 2m. Caretta. 2 Black Yet ... 6 ISaveuswood ... 2 Waitchte .;. ... 9 Frank Henry ... 4 Black Satin ... 10 S. M ... 6 Black Link ... 10 PRESIDENTS HANDICAP (Harness), of 25050 v». 2m. Frandocsa ... 10 Piecework ... 12 Wallace Wood 10 CAVERSHAM HANDICAP (Saddle), of lOOsovs. 14m. Doris Wilkes ... 2 Tho Limit ... 7 Kcriot 2 .Rue Patchen ... 9 A!'Kinney Bell 6 Flora Tracey ... 9 Silver Shoe ... 6 Aero ... 9 Paris 6 Maid of BarrinI.arkmn 7 gall 9 Collena 7 Matchlight and Stanley’s Fat not eligible. DOMINION HANDICAP (Harness), of 135sovs. 2m. Olive L 1 Frank Wilkes 14 Adventuress ... 4 Combine 18 Truganini ... 7 Almont Junr.... 20 Gardenia 9 Pilch Dark ... 20 Capitalist ... 10 Rostrebor ..; ... 20 Annie K ... ... 14 DASH HANDICAP (Harness), of 160sov». Ijm. Bell Metal ... 2 Crown Prince ... 6 Ripon Child ... 4 Wallace W00d... 6 School Girl ... 4 Franzalena ... 6 Prince Poole ... 5 ST. KILDA HANDICAP (Saddle), of 125sovs. Im. Breeze Stanley Child ... 5 Piecework ... 5 Hinemoa 7 Alilhvood 4 . Fred 7 Bequest 5 Lucky Chance ... 7 Dalwhinni ... 5 Truth ... ... 7 Bonny Jenny ... 5 Belette 7 DUNEDIN AMATEUR BOATING CLUB. The following is the draw for the above club’s double-sculling race, to begin tonight:—J. Mahoney meets F. Anderson, T. Francis meets J. Slight. S. Wood meets T. Hodgson, W. Mills meets H. Burrow. RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. At the Canterbury Park (Sydney) meeting on Saturday, the Canterbury- Park Handicap. 6f, resulted: Valhalla 1. Arlanda 2, Barley Water 3. Twelve horses started. Won'by a neck, five lengths separating second and third. Time, Imin 14* sec. The Grand Stand Handicap, Tim, resulted : Master Paul 1, Necktie 2, Claudmimer 5. Eleven started. Won by three lengths, three lengths separating second and third. Time, 2min 16^sec. Master Paul (fay St. Paul—Mermaid) is the exNew Zealand hurdler. PROFESSIONAL LADY RUNNER. WORLD’S RECORD FOR 100 YARDS. Mist> Muriel Escott, who won tho New South Wales Ladies Sprint Championship a few days ago, created a 100 yards world's professional record (12* eec) at Sydney on Saturday. SUCCESSFUL AUSTRALIAN CYCLISTS. A New York cable advises that Alfred Qoulett (Now South Wales) and Alfred Grenda (Tasmania) won the six days hievde race, which was finished there on Saturday. TROTTING AT AUCKLAND. The Otahuhu Spring Meeting was concluded on Saturday. The totalisator registered £23.060 for the meeting, as against £22,609 last year. The principal event, the Liverpool Handicap, 130fOva, 2m, was won by Stop It (2eec), with Annoyed (Bhec) next, and Hova (llsec) third; time, 4min 41see. MaJter Park (scratch) won tho Richmond Handicap, Im, by a nore from Cosling (3sec), after a great •race; time, 2min looser. The North Island horse Sir Solo has been left in G. Delaney’s care at Caulfield, with a view to being raced at the Christmas and New Year meetings.

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SPORTING, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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