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SPORTING

WOODVILLK SUMMER MEETING. Although the weather was boisterous early this morning, it cleared up before raring began, and a strong wind was then blowing. The attendance is satisfactory, and prospects are good for a record meeting. Results : Maiden Plate, 65sovs. 6f.—Croesus 1, Combustion 2. Jem 3. Won by a length. Time, lmin 19gscc TROTTING AT CHRISTOHURCH. Tho New Brighton Trotting Club's Summer Meeting was commenced in line weather this afternoon in the presence of a largo attendance. Results: Ladies' liracc-iei (in fadillel, of 45sovs. 9l.—Special Ribbon (12sec) 1, Hardwood (8soc) 2, Ella. Princess (lOscc) 3. Won by 10 lengths. Time, 2min 53sec Innovation Handicap (in harness), of lOOsovs. lim.— Alphie K. (7sec) 1, Canzonetta (7sec) 2, Eloorafield (ssec) 3, Won by a nock. Time, 3min 42sec. Mace Memorial Handicap (harness), of 250&0v5. 2m.—Evelyn (ISsec )1, Jack Ashore (15<soc) 2, General Elmo (15soc) 3. Won. by four lengths. Time, 4min 47g&ec. Sinapis will be ridden in the Auckland. Chip by C Price. G. M. Aynsley with Warstep and Snub, and H. Cutts with Don Francisco, Adjutant, Court Martial, and Snapdragon, liave left for Auckland.

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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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