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SPORTING.

FIXTURES

July 17 and 20—Wellington R.C Wmtcr

RACING NOTES.

The election of officers- for the Canterbury Metropolitan ' Totting Club resulted as follows; — President,- Hon. C. Louison 148 (elected); Dr Thacker 69; hon. treasurer,. Mr G/Treleaven 136 (elected), Mr F. J. Baclow 70; committee, Messrs R. O/ljfuncan 159, J. C Clarkson 157, T. Wajtace 154 (elected), A. Smith 69, J. H } . Tompkins 56, W. E. Simes 55; stewards, Messrs E. Fox 211, W\ Hayward-Sll, W. H. Hoiliss >hl, J. WestermanJ2o9, J. S Berry 206,' J. S. Williams 204, W. H. Norton 394, ,C. J. Sloman 181/Jf. S. Slade 178, T. Wallace 169 .(elected), A. Smith 76, J. H. Tompkins 69 i y'W. E. Simes 64. Mr R. O. Duncan -; jnpved, and Mr Simes seconded (pro jfjiprma) that Mr G. E. Way be appointed auditor. Mr D. Rutherford moved];' and Mr J. C Whiteman seconded, Mr R. H. Modlin be appointed- A show of hands was, taken, and resulted in. a large majority for Mr G. E. Way, who was declared •elected, £ The stallion. Pajlas^y., Chain Armoui^Nellie, who walit- the stud, in the North Island last Reason, lias gone back to Southland,, wh[|jpe the deeds of his three-year-old 'son?.- Palisade have gained' him many, admirers. According to a .soutnern exchange, the Otago Ihurdlex, Stayboy, has been sold by Mr W. Crossaij.to Mr C. Samson, who is using-^| gelding-.a^-a hunter. ? | The Dunedin Jockey, Club refused the application of >'the£ 'Southland jockey, J. Olsen, for ar4el iea P n o of tno case which ended in k|ygjj|pension for six months for crossirj^^t the. club's winter meeting last 'month. When the last mail left England, Cyllone was an easy, fixsi in the list of .winning sires, and^e subsequent Derby victory of Tpalie would still further improve the' mi^ition ra'f the expatriated ' son. of Bo^. Yisia and Arcadia.- "

Prominent people connected with the Rangitikei Racing Club regard it as certain that the old club will b e found holding a meeting next season, probably in the spring. ;

-The leading racing? clubs have had such successful seasons that it is not surprising to find tl 6111 V*y* n g out bonuses. The latest club to recognise the services of its hrtndicapper is the Auckland " i k'acing' 3; Clrr67^v > hicn hasgranted Mr G. Morse a very substan•tial douceur. Accompanyjng- the cheque was a letter expressing appreciation of services Tendered during- the season just finished.

■ The Chief, who was sold after the Hastings meeting, will in future be tiained by J. Cameron, at Feilding. The price paid for the old hunter is stated to be 200gns. If this is correct, it appears to be full value for tlie old plodder.

.The Eclipse Stakes, the first "of the English ten thousand pound races, will be run on July 19; The entries' include the Derby winner, Tagalie, and the Ascot Gold Cup winner, Prince Palatine, and the meeting between the pair should provide the race of the season.

At the meeting" of the English Jockey Club, held at Newmarket m the second spring week, Lord Dexby'.s amendment to Rule 65 of the Rules ol ! Racing, ;o the effect -that no horse 1 three years old or upwards shall run unnamed, was adopted. With respect to Lord Derby's- resolution upon the subject of the compilation of a lisfof names registered for horses, the following was adopted: — "That the stewards be requested to consider .the advisability of for the compilation at the registry office of a list of all names now registered for horses, and therefore unavailable. The list to include the names of celebrated horses and mares which, in accordance with Rule 65, may not be made use of again Such list will be published . periodically."

Sol, who broke down bo badly in the Great Northern Steeplechase, has evidently made a speedier partial recovery than was anticipated, for his owner was able to ship 'him home to Cambridge last week,.

The Monschikoff ipony Gaby, that used to be a member of F. TLlley's team at Fordell, has been entered for the Ascot Thousand.

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SPORTING., Grey River Argus, 6 July 1912

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