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WELLINGTON RACES. The weather is wet and boisterous tor the second day of the Wellington Racing Club's Summer Meeting. The attendance is not so large as usual. Trenthara course is in good condition. Results ; Mungaroa Welter, ISOsovs. 7f.—Prince Laddo' (9.0) 1, Jam (10.9) 2, Bonny Rig (9.6! 3. All started. Jem came through in the straight and was challenged by Prince Lad do- After a great set-to the latter won by a neck; length between second and third. Time, Irani 51 4-ssec, January Welter, 250sovs. Im.—Briar Patch (8.4) 1, Crown Pearl (9.4) 2, Beldame (9.13) 3. Also started : Master Achilles 9.0. Stepney 8.9, Mount Victoria 8.8, Monologue 8.7, Austen 8.4. The field were evenly despatched, and were headed by Mount Victoria, with Crown Pearl lying second. In the straight Crown Pearl overhauled the lender, but Briar Patch came through fast and won by a neck; three lengths between second and third. Time. Irnin 42 4-ssec. WELLINGTON STAKES. 759 soys; second lOOsovs, and third 50. For two and three-year-olds. W.f.a., with penalties. sf. Sir G. Clifford's oh c Flying Start by San Francisco —Fleet-foot,. 2yrs ... 1 G. P. Donnelly's ch i Gold Foil by Ilymct ins—Gold 'flucad. 2yrs ... 2 lion. -T. 1). Ormond’s b c ITymettius by Hymcttus—Derelict, syr; 3 FOXTON ANNUAL. Hack Hurdles, lOOsovs. IJm. —Master Strovvan (9.0) 1, Captain. Mackay (10.0) 2. Electric Hack, lOOsovs. 6i.—Want (7.9) 1, C'unliuf.tioii 1,7.9) 2Poston Cun, 250-ovs. IRn. —Leanuke '7.3 i 1, Ciiamir.ade A. 15! 2. FORRUBV PARK TROTS. For winning at Hutt ’'. alley vests rday Lucille bus hern penalised 4see m the I SC-wardC Handicap, and Bio Grande 6sco | in the Pir.-t Amateur Handicap, both of | vhicli events are to be. ran on Wednesday i newt. I ATHLETIC AND CYCLING UNION. [Pia Ibirrr.ti Press Association.! ’ CHRISTCTIUPtCH, January 22. Th“ annual conferr-nee of the New Zea- : la mi Athletic amt Cycling Union com- ■ r.-./uwed here this morning. Mr J. Kennedy 'president; said be regretted that *!.e A.■'[■);.ml ( V-nire had decided to .- H • rn-ii, .~uiw the sport would dai.j A' crK-Tid if lli’- matter was nof j Th-- FtotoJin Centre of the New Zealand '; Athletic Asto-.iatton received a ten-rm m this morning frein the council : staring t:.:,: i".-- Ac-bland Centre had re-fr-'-'i h,the championship meeting

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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915