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SPORTING

FOR BURY TARK TROTS. The following handicaps have, been declared by Mr Rrinkman for the, first day iWednesday, January 27) of the Summer Meeting : FIRST.AMATEUR HANDICAP (Saddle), of lOOsovs. Urn. pec. sec. Quick Eve Mongamong ... 11 Ivorv Bells ... 2 Lady Creole ... 11 Royal Rothschild 4 Woodwork 11 Rosie M'Kinney 6 Maungatui 12 Jimmy Campbell 6 James Madison... 12 Ravensdale ... 7 Bendigo 12 Victor Chief ... 7 Park-field 12 Blackball 8 Peter Duncan ... 12 Spvlaw Maid ... 8 Mendip 12 Rummy 8 Gold Albert ... 12 Macwo*od 9 Gold Tip 13 Trugela- 10 Starry Night ... 13 Imperial Victor 10 Allen Doone ... 13 The Bronzewing 11 Degree 13 Wallacena... ... 11 Young Quinecy... 13 Stage King ... 11 Rio Grande ... 13 Harold Wilkes... 11 Baron Adelaide 13 Joe M'K.innev ... 11 Octave 13 Zamola ' ... 11 STEWARDS' HANDICAP (Harness), of 130sovs. !}m. Annie K Bettbell 10 Massey La Pa lorn a ... 10 Grace Darlington 2 Atwcod 11 Favouiotts ..'. ... 2 Dun Spey 11 Royal Moore ... 2 Jrw'm 11 St." Leo 5 Euretta 11 Totty Wood ... 5 Nutwood Jun. ... 11 Black Link ... 5 Imperial PerfecLucille 5 tiou 11 Black Arrotr ... 5 Miss Clarendon 12 Dora. M'Kinney 6 Miss Peggy ... 12 Masterpiece ... 7 Aero 1) Chelstcn 8 The Bronzewing 13 Tehle. 9 KENSINGTON HANDICAP (Saddle), oi loOsovs. 2m. Clingschild Helen e 16 Stanley's Child 7 Law Chime* ... 16 0.1.0.." 8 Black Yet 16 Gladsome 9 Scotch Mist, ... 16 Yarraville 12 Little Kauri ... 17 Black Satin ... 12 George M. Jun. 17 Gee. Whiz 13 S.M 17 Knapdale 14 Lady Lyons ... 18 fVrtta 14 Rexcordium ... 18 Bench Boy 14 Tom Savers ... 18 Wood King ••• 16 DUNEDIN (UP HANDICAP (Harness), of 650sovs. 2m. Denver Iluon ... Crown Prince ... 8 Dillon Bell ... 4 St. Swithin ... 8 Eccentric- 4 Lord Heathcote 9 Manderene 6 St. Kevin 9 Adonis 6 Tommy C. ... 10 Glondalough ... 6 Master Raymond 10 Wallace Wood ... 7 Evelyn 10 Calm 7 Persuader 10 I-Yandocia 7 Sherwood 10 Ripen Child ... 8 TRIAL HANDICAP (Harness), of llOsovs. lim. Mountain Rose... Aero 20 Favonious 10 Honest Mac ... 20 K,-cs 10 Stella. <"' 20 Flora Tracey ... 12 Rummy 20 \.;,,'.ngoa 16 Lady Mac 20 ('helston 16 Scenery 20 IP,no Ariki ... 16 Will o' the Wisp 20 Icicle, 17 Sinoda 20 Stanley's Pis- Larkuni 21 eoverv ... ... 17 Kaweka 22 Kiwi ." 18 Gold Patch ... 22 Volcano 18 Papeete 22 Bettbell 18 Passwood 22 Imperial Perfec- Maid of Dartjon 10 ragile 22 Euretta 19 Mollv M'Kinney 22 Sir Klmo 19 MW Financier... 22 Eirosv 19 Lr.che.ntl 22 M'Onnnachie ... 19 George M'Kinney 22 Tarah ■-• 19 Lady Tempest not eligible. OTA GO ILVNDICAP iSaddle). of 160sovs,

Mystic Rostrebor 7 Lord Roaocbiid 1 Albertoria 7 Massev 2 Tony Bobbins ... 7 To lvuiti 3 Tin' Barn 7 Tika 4 Bamboo 7 Mva'l 5 Capitalist 7 Bow Bells 5 Botbbury 8 Commander Bell 3 Tvory B'ells ... 9 Prince Gift ... 6 Heriot 11 Harvest Home... 6 Royal Rothschild 12 KING GEORGE HANDICAP (Harness), of 220sovs. Urn. Eccentric Waila-ce Wood ... 5 Dilion Bell ... 2 Frandocia 5 Belt Metal • o initio Tib 5 Giendalough ... o Bonista 6 Adonis 4 Cameos 6 Ravenschild ... 4 Lord Heathcote 6 Eipon Child ... 5 St. Swithin ... 6 ELECTRIC HANDICAP (Saddle), of 160sovs. Im. Clingschild ... Bacchus 5 Tua-ta-ra 1 Sparkling K01a... 5 Mountain Rose... 2 Hectorata 6 Wiikie 2 Lincoln Junior... 6 Dalwhinnic ... 2 Dot Bobbins ... 6 Andy Regan ... 5 Stanleys Child... 6 Kinetic. 4 'Texas 6 Sahombe 4 Truth 7 Queen Tracey ... 4 Captain Tracey 7 Bonny Jenny ... 4 The King's Kirwec 4 General 7 Bequest 4 Game Child ... 7 F E. 8e11.3 ... 5 Collena 7

B. Deeley, who at present has a big lead from the list of winning horsemen, rode five winners at. the Whangarei Racing Club's meeting. Tannhaaiser has again gone wrong, and is to be spelled. It is probable that he will be schooled over hurdles' after his rest. The committee of the Wellington Racing Club have decided to entertain at lunch on the opening day of the Summer Meeting the members of the Expeditionary Forces at present in camp at Trentham, and to admit them to any pdrt of tho course and stands. J. Beale, who rode First Glance, winner of the Otago Handicap at Wingatui on Boxing Day. will make Riccarton his home in the future.

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SPORTING, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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SPORTING Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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