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CANTERBURY SUMMER MEETING. The following nominations have hewn received for the Midsummer Handicap, < f 400b0v3, Him- —Don Francisco, Snap dragon, Honesty, iSpeci-alform. United Service, Gold Coin. Miiltmn in Rarvu, Peg, Eomnania. Padrone, Ogic-r. After the declaration of first forfeits the. following remain in the Middle Park Plato, of SOOsovs, wfa (with penalties), 6f. Ardeuvhor, Nonas. Adjutant, Harlequin. Holiday, Wishful. Hinnor Gong, Fabnkojl, Bonsign, Ivolentina, Lightning, dim!). Nocturnal. C. Emerson will ride Peg in the Wellington Cup, and G. Clarice will have the mount on Football. Referring in the running of Cherubini at the recent. Taltersall's meeting, a Sy'Unev scribe says : •• Cherubini was heavily backed, but all he did was to confirm the idea that New Zealand form has caused him to b" entirely over-rated.” It is stated that the Victorian military authorities have conceived a. great, liking for the racehorses Clontaft and Sir Solo (winner of the Auckland, Cup 12 months ago:, and they have, advised the owners Unit in all pi'oha.hiiity they will requirs them. -Vs the authorities named only girt up to £lO for horses, it goes without raying that the respective owners do not view the proposed “ commandeering ” with equanimity. In the Stewards' Handicap, run at FopImrv Park on Wednesday next. George M..' inn., has been allowed Zseo and Wait-chic Wee. These names were omitted in the telegraphed list which appeared in our last issue.

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SPORTING., Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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SPORTING. Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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