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FORBURY PARK TROTS.

PRESIDENT’S HANDICAP (harness), 250sovs; second 37isovs, third Hiisova. 2ra.

Hall and Simpson’s Erandocia by Franz—Cappadocia, scratch (A. Butterfield) ... ... R, Gentles and M. Edwards’s Wallace Wood by Wallace L.—Cissie

Wood, scratch (M. Edwards) J, lirauKiu s I'ieceworK ny i'liuco imperial— l'atch work, 2sec (j. Bran

kin) J Wallace Wood was a hot favorite. Piecework would not settle down, and piaeuitauy uuu no say in mo race. Wallace Wood went oil with a lead, alter six mriougs was auout lour lengths in Xront of Trandocia, At eleven xurxougs his lead, was only two and a-nalf lurlongs. At the entrance to the nack hramiocxa commenced to pull on Wallace Wood and CftUgUl, mm mioe arm a iuau,. 0 . i.-m, iimac, aim at oaco Uio« away. Turning into tne straight Trandoua was three lengths in front. Wallace Wood was eased up m me last lew strides, aud rrandocia won by about seven lengths- Time, Srtiiit U 3~&sqc-

The champion match between Win Soon and Country Belle did not take place.

Caversham Handicap (saddle), of lOOsovs. l^m.—Flora Tracey (7sec) I, Rue Patchen (7sec) 2, Aero (7sec) 3. Scratched : Heriot, M'Kinney Belle, and The Limit. Aero was favorite. Won by five lengths; a very bad third. Time, 3min 54 2-ssec.

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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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