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SPORTING

DISQCALIFIFD FOR '• PULLING." The Marton Jockey Club's Judicial Committee yesterday completed the adjourned inquiry "into the running of Martlet in the Farewell Hack Handicap on January 2. atid alter consideration disqualified Robert \oung (jockey) for a year for obviously pulling Martlet in the race. N.Z. TROTTING ASSOCIATION, A meeting of the Board of the. New Zealand Trotting Association was held at Ohri-khureh ye.-terduy, Mr P. Selig in the chair. The Cromwell Jockey Club forwarded (orre.-poiidence, relating to Little Pearl, winner of the Upper Clutha Trot, at the clab'o annual meeting. A protest had been lodged by the owner of the second honse. and the stakes had been impounded, until the mare's identity had been established. The owner of "Little Pearl had made a statutory declaration a& to the mare's identity.—lt was decided to refer the cose back* to tho club to take what .-teps were thought necessary to clear up the matter. Tho action of the New Brighton Trotting Club in dismissing the protest lodged bv'tho owner of Lord Elmo (who had run tftirdl against Fr.m/.aleiia (who had finished in the Telegraph Handicap at the club's recent meeting, for crossing v>. a=. endorsed. [ In connection with the disqualifications I imposed by tho Auckland Trotting Club I a? the result of the recent boycott by ' members of the Northern Trotting Horse Owners, Breeders, and Trainers' Association, a, further letter was read from 0. F. Giescn protesting against the punishment, inflicted in his case. —In view of the fact that under the rules C. l-\ Mark (Auckland member of tho executive) was; ineligible to sit while the ease wast being dealt with, and that the board would thus be without a. quorum, it was decided to hold the «iec over till next meeting. Alter consideration, of the Alexander Park ease, which has been under investigation for several months, it was decided that on the evidence before the, board no further action should be taken. The principal winning owners at the Auckland Summer Meeting were : Mr T. 11. Lowrv. £2.710; Mr C. G. Dalgetv. £2.500: Mr W. E. Bid will. £1,770;' Mr (i. ]). Greenwood. £1,250: Mr A. B. Williams. £950: Mr T. F. Quiulivan. £915; Mr J. IL Waiters, £800: Mr F. Hall, £610; Mr TV P. Moragharr. £570; Messrs looinaii and M'lfugh. £SOO.

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SPORTING, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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SPORTING Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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