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FORBURY PARK TROTS.

TO THE EDITOR.

Sir, —lt is with regret that I note that the stewards of the Forbuiy Park Trotting dub agree to the desires of tho owners of trotters as to when the trots should be hold. I ehouKl like to ask how the public are being considered when the races are to be held on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. It will be impossible for the majority of people to attend on Tuesday, and on tho Wednesday only a limited number who have the half-holiday on that day will be able to be present, I would point out that even if some of the crack horses had been taken back to their stables this would not have affected the meeting very greatly, as many of the best meetings have been those conspicuous by tho absence of champions. In conclusion, I ask: What provision do the Forbury Park Club propose to make for those people unable to attend the whole of the programme? Are they prepared to start the races later than the* advertised time, that some of the unconsidered public may too the tail ends of the programme? —I am, etc., One of Disgusted Thousands. November 30.

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FORBURY PARK TROTS., Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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FORBURY PARK TROTS. Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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