FORBURY TROTTING CLUE
Second Dat.— Wednesday. No rain to speak of fell during the nigh! or this morning, and the wind dried the course wonderfully, so that it was sound going when the races started, though, a* the strong breeze still prevailed the- prospects wore not too certain. The attend* ance waa very large. The Citizens' BaftJ supplied the"music on both dap. lvtsuits: SECOND AMATEUR HANDICAP (Earnesfi), lOOsovs; tccond 15sotb, third Ssovs, 14m. I—B. Grice's Little Doris by Lord Chancellor Little Princess, scratch (W. J. MorLand) ... ... & 2—M. O'Brien's The Limit, Iseo (Owner) ... .. 2 9—R. Riddle's Hono Ariki, le<?c (T. Walker) ~, 3 Also started: 10 Scenery scratch, 32 Bright Child scratch, 7 Larkum lsec, 6 Infant Princess lsec, 3 Favonius lsec, 8 Kaweka lsec, 11 Collena lsec, C Th» Bronzewing lsec, 13 Mies Financier 3seo, 5 Promise 3see, and 14 Lady Toi 3sec Tho Limit went clean away, Hono Ariki heading the others, then Promise, After seven furlongs The Limit was fire lengths ahead of Little Doris. The latter caught The Limit three furlong* from home, and won, her rider looking round, by three lengths. Third was many lengths away, Favonius fourth. Time, omia 45$ sec. Trugela "was her© offered at auction, and passed in. ADVANCE HANDICAP (Saddle), NXteons j second 15sovs, third Ssovs. 5—W. Black's Prince Toronto by Prince Imperial—Toronto mare, 2sec (E. M'Dermott) ... „. ... % 2—D. Kennedy's Doris Wilkes, ssec (A. Butterfield) 2 11~A. Fleming's Miss Woods, llseo (Owner) 3 Also started : 3 Dot Robbing scratch, 7 Bell Boy L. 2scc, 6 Rue Patchen Ssec, and 4 Cromwell lOtoc. Miss Woods skipped a bit, but got going quickly, and established a strong lead of Rue Patchen and Doris Wilkes. Both of these caught Miss Woods after five fui> longs. Rue Patchen led for a couple of furlongs, when Doris Wilkes passed him. In the last half-mile Prince Toronto camf > very fast, and ho won by a length. MLsl Woods (who finished well) being foui lengths away, Rue Patchen fourth. Time, 3mm 57§scc. Bell Boy L. and Cromwell did not settle down, and were pulled up. SUBURBAN HANDICAP (harness), 100 sovs; second 15sovs, third ssovs. For nnhoppled trotters, ljm. I—M. Clarice's Victor Chief by Albert Victor—Black Swan, 9scc (F. Holmes) 1 10— G. Reed's Trugela, lOsec (Owner) 2 5—H. Eadie's Pine Bell, Usee (Owner) 3 Also started: 2 Rostrebor scratch, 3 Security lsec, 3 Almond Junior ssec, 6 Rose palm lOsec, 9 Roth Boy 10s.ee. 4 Lavinia Usee, 7 James Madison Usee, and 11 Octavo 12sec. Lavinia would not trot, and she wa.< pulled up. Trugela led Victor Chief i mile, when the latter went to the froni without an effort and won easily by tw, lengths from Trugela, who beat Pine Bell three lengths. Security was fourth, ami Rose Palm next. Time. 4min lsec. N« thing went quite steady except Vict« Chief and Trugela.
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FORBURY TROTTING CLUE, Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914