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SPORTING

SYDNEY TATTERSALLkS RACES. The principal event decided on the opening clay (yesterday) at the above meeting was tha CARRINGTON STAKES, of l.CCOsovs. 6f. Messrs J. F. Xaylor and F. Rir nards blk hj ..Malt Mark. 4yrs, 8.15 .1 J. Chambers's rortrush. 4yrs, 8.9 ... 2 W. King's Tofua, 4yre, 8.2 There"wort' 24 start-era. Tatterly piloted the field round the bfnd. Malt Mark came to tho front at the distance, and u great finish resulted in his favor by halfa head, there being a length and a-haif between the cecoiul and third horses. Time, Imm 16sec. ' SOUTHLAND SCMAIKR MEETING. The following are the acceptances tor the first day (Saturday) of the Sou-.ilnid races : New Year Handicap. 6-f.-Form i«i 8.10. Ln<lv Trent 8.7. Wharfinger P. 7. (k'lden P.ov 7.10, Drift-wood 7.9. Seamani 7.9. Yo!snei! T.ik Aerogram 7.7. Bonelli 7.7, Heatherbloom 7.7." Miss dudge i.7. Rerlowa. 7.7, Spanish Princess 7.7. Makarewa Trot. 2m.—Stanley's Clr.bl 1 second. Caret;,t, 5. Commander ['ell fi, .Doughbov 8. Annie K. 9. George. M. .Inn. 9. Lady 'Mcntefior* 10. Eros 13. Lindetta 13. O'Siserver 17. Invercargill Cup. Specialform 9.0. Flora." Macdonald 8.12, Hesione 8.7. japon 8.2. Golden King 7.13. Honesty i.B. Ogier 7.7. Direetoiro 7.6. Rongahcrc 5.12. Wharfinger 6.10. Qiiirinus 6.8. Punchinello b.L Waikiwi Elandicafi. 7f. King Torrent. 8.7, Daringdule 8.6, t>orlor 8.5, Xeuroma 8.2. Qiiirinus 8.2. Mis-s Kel lerman 7.12. Waiju 7.10. Glensponse '..'■', Miss M'Kinley 7.7, Punchinello 7.7. Flviug Handicap. 6f. —Peter 8.10, Golden"King 8.2. Peg 8.0, Snlzburg 7.12, Russo 7.10, Tcilma 7.8. Man-elite 7.8. Martian M.iid 7.8. Formnul 7.0, Cortes 6.10. Oreti Trot. lim. —Dot R,-.bin.s 2 seconds, T..!;:<> 9. Cathedral Chimes 13. Spring Grove 16. liiunmy 19. Dolly Pledgers 21, Minim 22, Cromstall 24. Dhan 24, Larlv Mae 24, Louvain Cliimes 24. Rore 24. Papeete 24. Rum Ruin 24, Searchfield 24. A venal Welter. 65.—Marvolite 9.12, Cannonade 9.10. Caraid Di!eas9.l. Giralda 8.12. Neuroma 8.12. Sir Frigid 8.8, Lion 8.7, Fable 8.5. Golden Webb 3.5. Brocksdale 8.3. Fit-.osborne 5.3. Seamaid 8.2. Summertime 8.2, T'aft 8.1. Yaranian 8.1. Spanish Princess 8.0. Waihopai Handicap. lm.—Peg b.Q. Russo 7.13. Obolus 7.12. Cnited Seivite 7.11. .Martian Maid 7.10, Scotch M« Icily 7.2, Pleasure Bent 6.10. NORTH OTAGO BACKS. The following are the acceptances for the first day iSaturdayj of the North Otago Summer .Meeting:—■ Hurdles, lim.—Ngatirauuui 12.11. Bea-.-ou 12.0, Kingsway 11.2, Hatana, 10.10, L'mernhov 10.8, Stone Ginger 9.2, Andrea 9.0 Maiden Plate. 4i\— Martigues 8.10. Land 8.10. Heeltap 8.10. Dalkeith 8.10, Expensive 8.10. Skirl 8.10. Bnnnv Maiden 8.1(1. Benefit 8.10, StepWk 8.10. Bonspear 8.10. Pleasant Wav 8.10. Bonatinn 8.10, Pel Robe 8.10. Bed Shield 8.10. Sartbmi 8.10. Master Ronald 3.19. The Km 8.10, Helicon 3.10. North Otago Cup. — First Glance 3.0. Rev.il 8.13, John Barleycorn 8.0, Ngatiraunui 7.7, Flower oi the We-t 7.5. Banian 7.5. Troon 6.7. Juvenile Handicap. 'lf. —Yarnisli 7.10. Rnn-ign 7.7. Belbhire 7.7. Tiiaddeii- 7.7. Beiutvform 7.7, Down 7.2, Oriande 7.0. Flying Handicap. of. -Ob.ono 8.10, Clynelisli 8.9. Chudic 8.4, John Barleycorn 8.1, Fender 7.9, Chtirm.ilki 7.9, Meltchikoff 7.5, Angciina 6.9 Ladies' Bracelet. lm.— King-wav 12.2. ranterlmi-v 11.13. Steperin.i U. 5. Bridegroom 11.0. Diffidence' 10.7. Inland 10.7, John Reillv 10.7. Dragon Flv 10.7. Doll'. Daylight 10.7. Alder-vde Handicap. of.—Petrosals 9.4, Alton Loch 8.15, C-irolu- 8.5, Mi-s Finland •1.5. Christina- Lily 7.1 a. Li-ten 7.11. Pepin 7.8. Trireme 7.7. I'arlovna ..7, Martitrues 7.5. Medlev 7.4. Izdubar 7..5 Kazan 7.2. Firegod 7.0." Muircoek 6.12. Killaloo 6.12. Moneymaker 6.7, Tester 6.7, Oulrani 6.7, Re.-eniblanco 6.7. 8.-llield Welter. 7f.--Giioine 9.3. Sartf.rze 9.7. Briar Patch 9.7. Moddite 9.5. Angelina 8.15. Glenowl 8.8. Leajling Lady 8.10. Olhcious 8.4. Stargazer i. 10. Doon 7.10. Federal 7.10. Olga Carlovna 7.10, All Ready 7.10. WAIKOCAITT PACES. Everything prombcs for a. successful meeting at Waikouaiti to-iiioriow, for ncord field- are engaged, and tiie cour-e promises to be in tip-top condition. Winners at Wingatui la.-t week in Moddite, Finder, and Petro-us will -port -ilk, and new horses from Ohristchurch in Bonation. Carlovna, Firegod. and Starga/.cr will be seen out. Excursion railway fare-i are announced, and a large number ot visitors from Dunedin and Oainaru is assured. Glen fern has been t.-handicapped to carry 8.8 in the Waikouaiti Cup. lb-han-dicaps for other events will Iv disclosed on the course. FIYE-FURLOXG AUSTRALIAN RECORD. Press A»sociation —Bv Telecrruph—Copvrigbt. AI) EL A IDE. December" 31. First Shot established an Australian tivefuriong record in winning the Woodville Handicap ye-terday in oOsee. thus reducing the previous best by half a. second. [The New Zealand record is 58-ee, established by Machine Gun (11.5) at Riecarton in November. 1904.]

TROTTING.

AT AUCKLAND. The »tcond day's race; of tho Auckland Trotting Club's Summer Meeting took place veaterdav in perfect weather. Tho totalizator registered £21,400, a, atrain-t £17.985 on the samo day year. I'riu ripal events resulted : —■ Summer Cup (harness), 350sov=. 2m.— Wallaje Wood (Sseci 1, Jewel Chimes (6-ec) 2. Harvav Houn tlOsoci o. Al-o -tarted: Stop It Bsec. Wallace M. ll,ec. Clive 15sec. Won bv four lengths. Time. ■lmiii 39sec. Kaiifurly Handi -at> (harms.-). 2T)0.-.ovs. lim. —.Jiwel ChimeA (6s t v) 1. l'hyllistiua, iin-ec) 2. .Sp-eeialist (7sfc) 3. Al*.. itartxl : Kuti'i'itv 6sc-, L'liiform ifco, Alt. M'Kiu-i..-v 10-ee Hurt' Usee, Laxly CliiUl 12sec, 'f'ime. 2min 52i-«-c. Dominion Handicap isaddle). ISOsovs. li.-.—l.ord John (Bs.ee) 1. Walnut (scr) 2. lima. (Irev |5.-ec) 3. Also Mart-ad : Wtie.-a ls<-e, l'ntu-o Berlin 2c.ov. Lady ltossier -''-sec. Simdin! r>*ei\ Thtv Scout 7seo. Licu-t<-...i:i; 7sec. Won by lialf u <hea<i in a puni-hinsr lir:ish. Time, 2min 26.-vi\ An alWmpt was made by Dilicm In-U (.M. l-.<iwaidsi to lower tke Xew Zeaianil oi:n-mik- pjiecrd of 2min BJsfj. Dillon He'll, wh. was unpaeedj took 2iuin 15sfi: for the jor.rney. CAN'TEItBURY I'A'KK TROTTIXtJ .MEETIXU. The following acceptances have been rcct.:vtd for thu fir.st day's (to-morrow) eveiito :—■ Tallies' Bracelet diajness). l^rn. —Macwood 4 seconds. Golden Way 6, Havana 9, Kosc Tracer 8, Miss Xella. 8, Match 8. Phmux S, "Dolly 6. 8, Willow- TVee' 8, Happy Ja<-k 8. Tot Huor 8, Skerry 8, Tmn«rial Victor 8. l'viadts 8, Abo Lincoln 8, Thora 9. Ths 9, Stage Whisper 10. "Wild Night 11. Kingsway 11, Topw Wallace 11. Silvinaton 11, GTeiwiaJa 11, fJer. *::iuni 11. Rio Grande 11, Erie Child 11. Templeton Handicap (harness). 2m.— Bonification scr. Kavenswocd 3 seconds, Forhill 5. Lodestar 6, ilurial Dillon 5, So Shcnanaghan 7, Bl*ck Axrow 8, Spocificntitm Jn.iior fl Dora M'lCinnoy S, Hauold I). 10, Ohelston 12, Mise Kiwi 13, Litl<? Kauri 13, IMisa Pejrgy 13. Champion Handicap (haaness), of SOOsovsj. 2m. —-Win Soon scr, Ravonschild 4 secoitdE, Eccentric (lsec pen.) 4&ee, Ado/iia 6, ll*d Mac 6, Oat- Thorpe 6, Edith A. 7, Frandocia 7. Calm 7, St. Swithin 8, Afuricata 8. Crown I'rineo 8, A\'hitc ib)Ua<j L', Brown Hell 'J, I'eisuadvr

Lyttcltcn Handicap (saddle). 2in.-~ Music ser, Doris Wilkes 6 seconds, George Hard 7. Ravenfnvoid 7, Tom Savers 10, Lady LyUns 10 Myrtle Paha 11, Rexconiitim'll, Olive Child 11, Minora 11, Lady Alma 11, Forest Child 11. No "Shemv naghan 12. Hesitation 13, Gold Drift 13. Stewards' Handicap (harness.). 2m.--Klcctricuto ser, Wild Tree 5 seconds, Craibwixxl 7, land Roanchild 9, Mystic 10. Adventure?* 10, Mayiield 14, Imperial Crown 14. Mayflower'l7, Hiroki 22. Islington Handicap (harness). 1-jni.-■•-Lady Superior 2sccoii<ls, Wallace Junior 2. General Elmo 2. Prince Toronto 5, 0.1.C 4, Music 4. Prince Warbeck 5. Aid Cairn 5. Texas 5. Grey Owl 6, Renvie, L. 6, (ice Whiz 7, Law Chimes 7. Annie Mi lion 7. Graco Darlington 7. Azilo 7. Railway Handicap (saddle), lm. — Breeze 1 second, Kinetic 4. Bnnnv .Tennv 5, Elecuieute 5. Child He|d,, u 5, !•'. K. li-lls 5, Lucky Chance 6, Lrina. 6, Bequest 6, Penelopo 6, Wingatui 6, Corbel 1 6. Miss Advocate- 7, Lord Ashton 7. Heiicv 7, Kspinel 7. An FJeyoir Ha.u<licap iharne.ss). lm.— Cameos 3 seconds, l-'ran/.alena. •!. Lord Klmo 4. St. Swiihin 4. I.adv Clare 1. Lord Dillon 4. Clingscliild 5. Liinee P- >oh 5, Mountain Rose 5. Malwhiimb-- 5, Lord Hetithcoto 5. A! Fran/. 5. Frank Tr.oey 6, Fune-o 6. Ib'-e Dillon 6. (Juinaidin'• 6. False Alarm 6. Merry Child 6. Raron Franz 7.

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SPORTING, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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