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THIS DAY'S RACING

AUQICLAHO. The Auckland Summer Meeting was concluded in brilliant weather and in the presence of a large crowd. Eesulus : Goodwood Handicap, 35Qsovs. lin.—» Monorail (7.9) 1, Bedford (7.0) 2, Beldame (7.9) 3. Scratched ; Monoj&ck, Beldame made the running to well inside the distance, when Monorail and Bedford challenged, the former winning by ft neck. Time, lmin 39 J. -Spec.

Sylvia Handicap, 350sovf. For two-year-olds. 6f.—jLoval Arch (9.5) 1, Housewife (8.7) 2, March {6.9} 3. All started. Loyal' Arch and Housewife made the running alf the way, the former winning by a neck. Tims, lmin 15see,

Grand Stand Ha;idjeai>, of l,o9osovs. l|m.—Chortle (8.2) 1, lUoJds-ijw (7.3) 3. All sturU'd, Chortle took charga along the back, and was not afterwards headed, winning easily by two and a-haif lengths, Time, 2min 7|see. SOUTHLAND. The Southland Pacing Club's meeting opened jn magnificent weather. There wm a, large attendance, end the corns* was in excellent order. Results: New Year Handicap, of llOsovs. 6f. - Lady Trent ( 8.7) 1, Formnal (8.10) 2, Wharfinger (8.7) 3. Won by nvo lengths. Time, Imin 16t,sec. Makarewa. Trot, of 150aovs. 2jn.—r?i •.-:•.- leys Child (leec) 1. Caretta lssec) 2,, Lindelta 13see) 3. Won by r.ro Time, 4min 50&rr. Invereargill Cup, of 650sovs. Honesfv '7,8) 1, Jtfe*ione (8.7) 2, golden King it.l 3) 3. Scratched : Flora Maedonajd and Wharfinger. Honesty led from the start, and won easily by a length. Tim*, 2min lO^eec. NORTH OTACO. Summer Hurdles. llOsovs. lgm.—Stone Ginger (9.2) 1. Also Malted : Beacon 12.0, Hatana 10.10, Andrae 9.0. Maiden Plate, 60sovs. 4f.—Mastei Ronald (8.10; 1, Bonaricn (8.10) 2. North Otago Ctm, 400sovt=. .lini. —Firsi Glance (9,0; 1, John Barleycorn (8.0) 2. HAWKE'S BAY. The weather was fine for the second day's racing. Results: Aotea Jumj/cr's Fiat Handicap, of lOOsove. Um.—Rock Ferry (9.7.1 J., ( hr.tmas (9.12) 2, Bravest (9.6) 3. Scratched : Glonria. Won bv a neck. Time. 2in:u llfsoc. Grand Stand Handicap, of lCOsovi*. :. —Evndne (8.6) 1. Ifoumakaka. (7. 2. Watchful (7.7) 3. Scratched: Golden ky. Won by three-quarters of a length, lirn.% Imin 15sec.

TROTTING AT CHRISTCHUKCI The Canterbury Park Trots wer n eluded to-dav in fine weather. R*;<

Bracelet, lira.—Lafranz 1, Royal rt. B, Coal King 3. Time, 3min As|<sec. Progressive Handicap. 2m.—Kajkaiuii 1, Hiroki 2, Wiid Tree 3. Time, smin lOjsec. Park Handicap. 2m.—Murieator 1, Brown Bell 2, Master Raymond 3. All started. Won by two lengths. Time, 4iniu 361 sec. It was decided yesterday to u\ Otago Amateur Athletic Charop'<,> : ..-'.: p» for 20th February.

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THIS DAY'S RACING, Evening Star, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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THIS DAY'S RACING Evening Star, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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