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Second Day.—Monday. The weather -was delightfully fine a I Wingatui. and the attendance very fair. The Kaikorai Hand again supplied the mi'sio. Results: MILBURX HURDLE HANDICAP, of 130 sovs; second horce • 15sove, arid third lOsovs. 34m. Q —Mr D. Morton's Ttua Blue, a-ed, by Blnok and Rod—Patchwork mare, 9.0 (H. Coker) 1 3—Mr ft. X. M'Li-an's Kingswav, 11.4 (A. Wormal.l) 2 2—Mr W. Wood's Hatana, 10.13 (H. Lorrigan) 3 Also started: 1 Beacon (12.4, W. F. Porter)

Kingsway, ITalana. and Tnie Blue raced r.way in line. Beacon went up on the outside" after pacing the ."-land, and caught the others at the, mile In the hack stretch Kingsway beaded Beacon. True Blue gained ground by good jumping, and he found an opening on the rails, enabling him to rare into second place. Kingswav led into the straight. They were all practically together at the last hurdle, and in a punishing finish True Blue rrept up on the inside and v on by half a length from Kingswav, who beat Hatana, by a neck, Beacon a length away. Time, 2min 48£ sec — a recor<l for the track.

FERNHTLL IfAXDIOAP, of 140sovs; second horse 25sovs. and third lOsovb. 7f. 2—Mr .1. J. Puddy's Sartorsw, syrs, by Sarto-Quartorzc, 8.13 (F. ('■ Porter) 1 3—Mr A. F. Roberts's Qmrinus, 8.6 (J. H. Mwt) 2 s—Mr H. A. Kniiiht's Doen, 7.7 (F. Wood) ■• ••• 3

Also started: 1 Leading Ladv (8.10, A. WorniakD, 6 Cortes (7.10. A. H. Wilson). 4 Svlva (7.10, .1. 0!s.?:il. 8 All Ready (7.9.' .1. C'amnbell), 7 Varanian (7.7. K. M'Ooll). 10 Martuk (7.7, I). Anderson), 11 Muircock (car. 7.10. .1. Avre), 12 Benefit (7.7. R. Lrxlg.-). 9 Volspcil (7.7, R. Buddiconi).

Ynlspcil, Quiiimi?. and Sartorze headed the lie Id at the. strut, from which .several of tho liorses strung out. After going three furlongs Volsneil and Quirimis -were still in tho lead. A furlong further on Benefit raced into tliinl place. Quirinus led into the. straight, and wjib apparently going very well at the distance, but at the half-distance Kartorzo came fast, and won by a, length an<l a-half, third half a length further away, then Loading Lady, Volsjxml. and All Readv Time, lmin 29^vc.

ALLAXTOX WELTER HAXMCAP. of 150sovs : ser onfT ""Tibrso 2050 v.«, and thiiTl lOsovs. Im. 3—Mr V. if. I'yne's Honesty. 3yrs, bv

.Martian—Success. 8.10 ..I. Campbell) 8-~Mjt AY. T. Hazletfs Hired..ire, 8.10 (.1. Ran) 2—Mr M. F. Ryan's Marvelite. 8.4 ill. Donovan:

Also started: 'J Russo .9.6. A. H. "Wilson). 6 Troon 18 10. C. Cibbons'. 1 Angelina. (8.0, J. Reale:. 5 Clenow] .8.6. .T. Olson 1 .. 7 Peerless (8.5, \Y. Robinson!. Direotoiro showed out first, with Russo second, but Marvelite immediately headed them and led for naif a furlong, when Honesty, who had dwelt at tin- post, ran through and took the lead of a procession of which Angelina was last. At the four furlontrs Honesty was two lengths in front of Marvelile and Poeilofis. Peerless fell away in the straight, and Dirertoivo joined. Marvelite. but neither of them had any chance, of catching Honesty, who won by a. length and a-rpiaitei-. third the fame distance away, then Troon. IVerle.-s, and Russo. Time, lmin 421-ec. 'J'be Judicial Committee met and disqualilied J. Rae. for three months for crosp£T. AXPREVY'S HAXnKAP. of 350sovs : second hoit-e. 10.v.h-s, and thiid 20sov?. ]ni. I—Mes.-r.s Re id and Studliolnie's 4y.r.;. by Finland--!, ady SyTiionc. 8 6 ill. Loi'rigiini ... 1 I—Mr .I. H. J'rosM-r's Spcci.-Jform, 8.5 .!■'.• C. Poller) 2 2—Mr AY. Cardin-r's John Rarl.-v----enrn. 8.4 (J. Olson) ... '... o Also stalled: 5 Fiist (..'lance (9.0. J. Reale). 6 Maitiu* (8.9. E, M'(oll). f, ]Vg (7.7, J. Can'ph-li), 7 Rongahoiv. carried 6.12, J. H. Monro).

Scratched : Flora Macdonald, Golden King, "trier. Fniku Service, and Aii;??!-

Hong;,liei-o .-lipp'-d off Id's jeekey in thejuv'ininnry, and imlf<-<! a niiK- or iimr■■. A i;n<d star', from which F.ova! wa,; tiifirst to :-li< jY" - b'adnig ; "t' -Uilii] I'arleyroin. Koto lug the bark '.'..retell Heval Wi's two i< , char of .luini ?>av-le-y.'f.rii, V<'i and l-'irM Glance next. So they ran to <hn f,„,| ~| t-lu« liill. where .Mill HarloycoMi 1.. bo, catching Feval, liti:. ill' 'i'tlcr l»ndH hist into 1 h-.-■iraight. aiif! lien .lulm Haileymrn v.-a.-paf-fd nv Spci iaborni. All nf llu-in except Reval evidently hi iionblc at lire distance, ami Itoval' v.-cm <-.-isily l>y tbroo-ipiart"].* of a length, with tiip third i'.'.o iiihl a-balf ](iil".lh away. 1 lion Martins and l!niii;alioir-' Tinir. 2inin 4]see.

TAIHOA HANDICAP, nf ]2n,nvß: second horse 20snv,. and tl.ii.l 10.-r,vs. Ihvh ('(iiidiiifiiif. (v. 2—Mr 1!. M. rafeisni:'= Golden Rupee. ~.yrs. 9. 7 > (J. Olson) 1 3—Mr A. lb Armour's I'li'l'vl Sojyiop, 9.10 I \. 11. Wilson) 2 4-.Mr 11. Frirdlander'.s < 'aroint. B.l] (tl. Donovan) 7> Abo Marled : 7 Lion (RIO. L. M'foi''. 6 Kazan (8.5. J. Itealeb 1 Medley (8.3. )'. Gibbons), 5 Killa'L.o (8.0. F. ('. Prut.',). 10 Resemblance (80, I). Aihlimm.ii!. 8 Sr-n----mahl (8.0. J. il. Moore). 0 Micky Free iS.O, I>. King). A .-hocking start. Golden Rupee going il.way at a gallop and getting a, break of fivo or six lengths. Carolus headed the rest, of the field, but was soon passed by Resemblance and Kazan. L'nited Service came fast, in the straight, but nothing ever got near Golden Rupee, who won by bi.v lengths; third 2.J, lengths away, ''tlrt-n Medley. Seamaid, and Mickey Free, lime, lmin

The, Judicial Committee inquired into the start and ivnid that it was all light, Golden Unpen being behind the b;frrier when the word was given.

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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUBS RACES, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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