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CROMWELL RACE?. [Special to thk Star.; - CROMWELL. December 28. After meeting on Boxing Day for 48 years the Cromwell Jockey Club on Saturday opened what, from the present, arrangements, is to be the Inst of the Christmas meetings, March having already been fixed for the ensuing meetings, but it is no exaggeration to say that the decision is not- yet final. The present fixture opened on Saturday in ideal weather, and the attendance was equal t-o tho best. Fair fields were the- order, and the racing was of an interesting nature. The totalisator showed a slight falling off compared with the first day's figures of hist year, but- in several cases money was locked out. Mr R. Duncan. .-'Upendfary steward. wa« present, and exercised his authority in several cases during tho day. To-day the weather is again perfect for the concluding day. Results of Saturday's racing:—

Maiden Plate. 6f.— VauUina 1. Hubbub 2. Popgun 5. Six started. Cromwell Handicap. 6f.—Glenfcrn 1. Sariomart 2, Lupulite 3. Five started. Low-burn Hack. sf.—Teviot 1, Baritone 2, Red Pennon 3. Six started.

Upper Clutha Trot. 2m.—Little- Pearl 1, Sapling 2, Salt Air 3. Sixteen started. Flying Handicap. Si. —Floreline 1, Lupulite 2. Emerald Isle 5. Five started. Qiiociisberry Hack. 4f.— Teviot 1, Baritone* 2, Red Pennon 5. Eight started. Kawarau Trot. lin.—lmmediate l.Lady Queensberry 2. Lutrgate Star 3. Toil started. AUCKLAND RACES. Th»> following acceptances have been j-.yoiveil for the second day (tomorrow! : ■ ■•. Tsling+ju riate. lin.—Postillion 9.2. Prince Sonlt 8.13, Merrv Roe and WaisCp 8.9. Balboa 8 2, Mullingar 8.2, Roputafion 3.2. Bi.wcn Handicap. 6f.—-Bedford 9.3. Christmas TUo 8.10. Banksia. 8.2. l.olowa 7.11, Bonny Hi eg 7.9. Cent P.", Gaycimn .-ncl Knimar.uka- 7.6, Giucian, Mnnelt-o, Gold Fran, Baivardia, Lady Penury, Tho Gl-H Eye, and Fionnunia 7.3.

WaiUir.ata Handicap. lhn.—Self 8.12. Gazette Soldier 8.6, S.'inpdc.-i.t;on and Kawenn 3.5. Camuhis 3.4. Roumania 8.3, Tfr.ku. Fisher, and Salvia 8.1. Hereford. Devastation, and Ovation 8.0, Makura 7.12. Iladj 7.9, Plenipntent 7 6. El Onl'ot 7.5. Rrooklirld, Hr.warden, and Ulster -7.3.

Critiviui' Handicap. 6t.—Loval Arch 9.2. Sutala 9.1. Wishful 3.10. Arr.m 8.7. Hcu*ewife 8.4. Marcus Bello and Olis sni-do 7.1. Snub, Freya. and Penrose 6.10. Summer Cup. 1 -jm.- -Chortle 8.9. Rova] Ii sh 3.4. Allegation 80. Monojack 7.9. Ceurtmart-'al 7.7. Jollie Fille 7.8, Gold Si*.. 7.3. Campcador 6.15. llvettus 6.12, Self 6.10. Pniisonhy niinlies. l;liu.---Kilmeuv 12.5. Spnliish 11.11. Toonga-'and Fashion Plate 11.0. Barbwire 9.10, Ladv Sabretache 9.0. Waitopa 9.0. Visitors" Plate, of.—Postilion 9.0. King Lupin 8.10. Downhani 8.11. Waiorewa and Tact 8.1. Colonel Souß 8.0, GolcHhv 8.0, Toreador 7.13. Glad Tidings. Bee, Tete-a-tcte. and Hymettus 7.8. Dolonda. 7.4. Kilty Bellairs 7.4, Mount Victoria 7.5. Gold' Necklet 7.0. Maid of Orleans 6.7.

Salisburv Welter Handicap. lm.— Patroiiiile'9.4. Beldame- 9.4, Vocation 9.1. St. Elinn 8.12. Phosphorus 8.8. Austin 8.4. Worcester 8.3, Iliad's Hem 8.2. Glov 8.1. Tangiwai and Football 8.0. THE VICEROY'S CUP. A Calcutta miv;.-age states that- Gie Viceroys (up was won bv Bachelor's Wedding (Tredennis—Endv Bawni. with Arthur B. I.Mhi—Sweet Ce-r.-nie) second, and Shining Way third. A Thames message: state*, that- the racehorse Ruffy received injuries this morning. Another horse (Revelation) got out of hand

and collided with the Auckland horse, which was carried off the. field, and id in the hands of a- veterinary surgeon.

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SPORTING, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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