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TAIERI SHOW

Despite the wet weather, the takings at the Taieri Show yesterday exceeded by £lO any sum previously taken when a show has been held at Moseiel. The judging of the Clydesdales was watched bv a" bin crowd all day. Baron Bold again won the championship for entires, Newton Chief being reserve champion, while' Barons Brilliant was awarded the championship ribbon in the- mare classes, Maggie Young being placed reserve. J. Patrick secured 41 points in the draught horse sections, and Thomson and Co. 34 points. Robert Miller secured most points in sheep. The show was admirably managed. Mr W. M'Lean (secretary) having, as usual, all arrangements well in hand. Messrs A. Johnson, S. Andrew, and, indeed, all the stewards were mo.it obliging. The following are the concluding award;.:--—Draught Horses.— Filly, 2yrs old." Ten entries.—T. J. '.iAwno's Squire Ronald—Trixie C. fillv 1. J. Patrick 2. G. Patrick 3. Filly yearlings. Thirteen entries.---Thomson and Co.'s Brilliant Ruby iXewroit Chief—Baron's Brilliant) 1." James Patrick's filly by Baron Bold 2, Thomson and Co.'s Ohieftaine.-s ?. J. and C. Campbell's Tilly by Baron Bold 4. Derby sweepstake for yearling (illios."ourteen entries.—Thomson and Co. s S'ewton Chief—Baron's Brilliant filly 1, Thomson and Co. 2, George Patrick 5. John Sutherland 4. Best yearling colt or filly. Eleven en'■ries.—James Patrick's colt by Baton Bold 1 Thomson and Co. 2. Mare and two of her progeny, four curries.—Thomson and Co.'s ISaron'-. Brilliant 1, Thomson and Co. 2 and 3. Pair mares. Four entries.-—-Thomson and Co.'s Baron's Brilliant and Aeratha 1. James Patrick 2 and .". Three mares or til lie.-. Four entries.— Thomson and Co. 1. James Patrick 2 and 3. Gelding. 4yrs old or over. Eight entries.—A. Allison 1 and 2. J. Patrick 3. Gelding, 3yrs old. Three entries.—J. Patrick f, Thomson and Co. 2 and 1 Pair of geldings. Few entiles. —A. AHison 1. J. Patrick 2 and 5. Amateur draught horse judging competition. Seven entries.—W. Allison 1. f}. Patrick 2, J. V. Grant 3. Champion draught entire—J. Patrick's Baron Bold. deserve champion.—Thomson and Co.'s Xewton Chief. Champion draught mare.—Thomson and Co.'s Baron's Brilliant. Reserve champion.—J. Patrick's Mnjsie Young. Most points in draught horses.—J. Patrick. 41 points. 1; Thomson and Co.. ~4 points, 2. Clydesdale horse, society's medal for yearling or two-year-old Clydesdale.—-Ja=. Patrick's two-year-old colt Sir William. light Horses.— Best-paced horse— ■walk, trot, and ean-t-er. l*bven entries.— N. Duncan 1. Miss B._ Rogers 2. Walker Bros. 3. Cob, not above 15 hands. Six entries.— Thomson and Co. 1, John Shennau 2. Walker Bioa. 3. Pony, mare or gelding, not. above 14 hands. Fonrteen tntric-s.—A. Douglas 1 and 2. C. Weilma-n 3. _ Pony, mar© or gelding, nor. above 13 hands.. Five entries.—C. Oieseler 1. Walker Bros. 2, Miss J. O'Leary 5. Pony, mare cr gelding, not- above 12 hands. Two entries.—C. Oieseler 1. Miss J. O'Leary 2. Pair of buggy horses. Two entries.—J. M. Samson 1. James Dow 2. Pony, not above 14 hands. Seven entries.—A. Douglas 1. Walker Bros. 2 and 4, W. T. Snow 3. Ponv, not above 13 hands. Six, entries. —C. Gjeseler 1, Miss J. O'Leary 2. Walker Bros. o. I'ony, not above 12 hands. Three- entrios.—P. Mackenzie I. Other entrants disqualified. Single buguv horse. Eight entries.— Walker Bros. "1. Miss B. Koggens 2. Mrs }". J. Conn 3. Dog-cart horse. Six entries.—D. E. Grant 1, N. Duncan 2, Mrs A. S. Mackay Sprinc-carter, np to lOcwt. Seven entries.—C. Walker 1. D. Snell 2, Thcm-on Jild Co. 3. Spring-van horse, tip to 20cwt. Six ent,iee._W. Dtinford 1, D. Andrew 2. L. C. Bazlett 3. Best tradesmen's turn-out. Four entries.—Hugh Thomson 1, C. Walker 2, W. A. Turnbrall 3. Best jumping horse, over handlers. Fifteen entries.—R. T. Kirk 1. W. Kane 2. C Wellman 3. Best jumping horse, over hurdles, lady rider. Peyen entries.—Mrs J. Well man 1, Mrs Mouat 2, Mrs D. -J. Robertson 3. Hack that clears highest bar. Six entries.—D. J. Bobc-TV-on 1. W. Griffiths. Robt. Miller, and Thomson and Co. (equal) 2. Ponv handicap trot, under 14 hands. Nine "entries.—Pitfield 1. Alexander 2. Martin 3- . Ponv handicap trot, not over .Li hands. Four "entries.—Griffiths 1, Maedonald 2, ijiesler 3.

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TAIERI SHOW, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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TAIERI SHOW Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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