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The rain interfered with the attendBko at Tahuna Park yesterday afternoon. The sum of £4lO was taken at the gates for the two days of the show. The competitions were the chief attraction, but they were not concluded until about half-paßt six. They resulted as follow : Pony trot (under 13 hands), to he ridden by boys not over 12 years or girls not over 14 years of age.—Gordon Aitcheson (Hampden) 1, Y. J. Barton 2, Miss O'Leary (Henley) 3. Pony trot (under 14 hands), to be ridden by boya not over 15 years of age. —3rown 1, Mrs L. M. M'Kirton 2, ?obert Henderson 3. The winning horse, aioma, was in a class by himself. Pony trot (under 14 hands), to be ridden by girls not over 15 years of age. —Thos. Fogg 1, .J. Alexander 2, J. D. M* Arthur 3. J. M'Artnur had a second entry. Boys* or girls' pony race handicap (13 hands and under), boy riders not over 12 years, girls not over 14 vears.—J. M'Arthur 1, Gordon Aitcheson" 2, Chas. Giesler 3. Hunting competition, in pairs.—R. T. Kirk and Jarvis IWm, Charters's entry) 1, R. Robinson and Gourley 2, G. Kain and R. W. Trotter 3. Best rider (men only) over jumps, bareK»ok. First prize £3. second £2, third £L— F. Barton 1, T. Hobbs 2, Chas. Wallman 3. Leaping horse, open to bona fide memb«ffl of Otago Hunt Club who have followed club runs at no fewer than six. meets; variety of jumping over double hordlei, hedges, etc.—Miss B. Roggers 1, Jaa. Mowat 2, Mrs F. J. Conn 3. Leaping horse, variety of jumping over double hurdles, hedges, etc. Minimum -weight list. First prize £4O, second £ls. third £s.—Robert Kirk's Diamond 1, T. Hobbi'a Kawa 2, Jas. Mowat's entry 3. Diamond von outright, but a further trial took place between four other competitors for the purpose of finding the second and third winners. Ifawa ■won this event last year. High jump. First prize £ls, second £6, third £2.— F. Barton's Starlight 1, T. Geary's Toko 2. F. Moynihan'a SUvertail and John Wellnian's entry tied for third place.

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THE SUMMER SHOW., Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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THE SUMMER SHOW. Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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