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SPORTING.

«. Notes by Sentinel. Strephon is turned oat for a spoil. Goodwood hns been sold to Mr Ray. Small acceptances for tbe first Auckland Spring. Capstan, by Sheet Anchor, has been sold for 1500»8. Mr Howe, the Amerioan starter, receives £20 per day. Auckland R.C.s Spring Meeting on September 15. The value of the Princess of Wales' Stakes was £11,801. W. Duncan, formerly trainer of Karewa, is now in Inveroargill. The French press wish the pari-mutel (totalieator) suppressed. Wairarapa Raoing Club has a' debit balance at bank of £2 153 7d. Lottie will ran at the Hawke's Biy ockey Club's meeting in October. "Terhnga" in tbe Australasian speaksstrongly against tbree-furlong races, Foxtoo district has enjoyed an annual race meeting for tbe past forty years. Horse parade under acspices of Egmoot A. and P. Association ou September 22 Two hnlf-brotbers to Monte Carlo are reported to be doing good work at Bulls. King Lud, a fall brother to King Cole, sire of Nelson, died in France last month. The statement that the trotter Kentucky was not to raae again is contradioted. Tho fact of Mr Lopez's trotting stallions not selling on Saturday is rather surprising. ' The late Mr John Healop was an enthasiastio sportsman. Messrs Wbitoombe and Tombs, Christ* charob. are publishing a Totaliaator Ready Reckoner, A telegram from Napier states that the thoroughbred Raglan bad to ba shot after* breaking his leg. He was ineared. Mr D. O'Brien's oaßtoff Ultimatum won a doable at Canterbury Park, Sydney, on August 22. An endeavor is to be made to form a trotting district between Rangitikei and Stratford. Some Canterbury gentlemen tried to purchase Ascot, eire of Norton, &0., but be is not for sale. Ladas is named alter Alexander's celebrated messenger, note! for bis fleetness of foot. It is stated that some country clubs in Otago intend holding their spring meetings minus the totalisator. Fair Nell, dam of Saracen, Loyalty, &c, has produced a oolt to Mousquetaire, and is to visit St. George. Rebel, who fell at Timaru last season, killing poor Poole, ran a first and second at Dunedin on Saturday. j Ballater, half brother to Blue Fire, won the Welter Handioap at the Canterbury Park Meeting last month. It is stated that Dilemma has been baoked to win N.Z. Cup, and that his connections stand to win £2000. Nominations for the Wanganui J.C. Spring Meeting are due on September 18. George Laing is training Amalgam, Stranger, Strayshot, and Whiffler at Wanganui. Selim, by Cheviot, who ib entered for the Caulfield Cup, was sold lately for £200. Messrs J. E. Brewer and W. S. Cox are tbe only two amateur riders who have won tho Caulfield Steeplechase, Tbe trophy for the Wellington Cup next year will contain 180 oz. silver, and its valuo will be £100. Wellington Racing Club this year have a balance in ban I of £239, and liabilities do not exceed £50. On the second day of the South Australian J.C's G.N. Meeting, tocalisator investments came to £11,232. At tbe Otago Hunt Club's races on Saturday Bedale won the two-mile trot, paying a dividend oi £17 15s. 11 As be gets older he becomes more like his sire, though not nearly so plain " is spoken of Musket's son, Chainshot. There is a. movement on foot to expunge pony races from the Onslow Trotting Club's programme and have solely trotting. Taranaki footballers in their six un* beaten matcbes'tbis season scored eightyeight points ; against fourteen points. •• Average lioking " about 14 to 2. 11 Spectator " speateg highly of Meesra Iredale Bros.' colt by Tim Whiffler— Barbarina. " Speotator " is mistaken as to the breeding of tbe latter. Sbe is not half-sister to Reoluse. E. Crippß, who comes of a raoing family, bad bis first ride at Epsom (Vio.) the other day. He scales the featherweight of 4st 71b. Captain Guthrie, who purchased the daughter of Albany and Siesta in this colony and took her Home, has just sold Day Dream for 610gs, I notioe that the Egmont Racing Club have nearly £80 due from defaulting nominators. In the official unpaid forfeit list are the names of twenty owners affecting twenty-eight horses. Royal Rose (wbo was a winner at the last Egmont meeting) ran third for the Hawkesbnry Handioap, decided last Saturday. Emm Paßha won, Magaus second. Royal Rope came very fact at the finish. I am sorry to learn that the genial sportsman Mr R. E. Moßae, of Manaia, has lost tbe two year old Volunteer colt bought by him aboat a year ago. This is the third valuable horse Mr Moßae has lose during the past six weeks. At the Hunt Club Races, Danedin, last Saturday, Le Roi won tbe Hunter's Hurdles, Victim the Kensington Handioap and Shorts Handicap, Rebel the Winter Hurdles, Sam the Hunt Club Cup, and Stockfish the Bracelet Handioap. There are 24 nominations for the Canterbury Cup, a two and a quarter mile weigh t-for-age race of 500 soys. This year's numbers are second to the record, and only five below tbe highest number in 1890. For Rangitikei meeting, local horses are weighted as follow : — Flying — Lebel, 8.0. Haok Flying— Strayshot, 9.2 ; Bonovoree, 8.12. Hurdles — Chatterbox, 10.3, Hack Hurdles — Karewa, 9.12. Spring Handioap— Monte Carlo, 8.11 ; Lebel, 7.9 ; Cyras, 6.11. Haok Flat— Strayshot, 9.0 ; Bonovoree, 8.11. Tbe largest assemblage ever seen at tbe Manchester Trotting Club's ground was on July 16, the attraction being a match for £150 tbat a mare named Lady Oombermere could not trot twenty miles in harness under an hour. Sbe failed to accomplish this by ]1 15 th Beo. Tbe performance was a marvellous one. A Press Association telegram, dated Sydney, September 10, says that the settling over tbe Hawkesbury meeting has animated the betting on tbe Metro* politan meeting. Tbe performance of Royal Rose has brought him into prominenoe, and be is now equal favorite with Paris and The Possible for the principal event at 100 to 10. Mr Wanklyn baa had his salary increased £75 per annum by the Canterbury Jockey Club, hia efficient manage* ment of tbe totalisator department being highly commended hy members. Officers of the 1 Egmont Racing Club (whose interests he once looked after so well) and old friends will be pleased to bear of Mr Wanklyn's services being recognised in a substantial manner. W. Laing is now located near the Lake road, and has four horses in band, comprising Coolgardie, a tbree year old bay by Tim Whiffler, from Denbigh's dam. ! This colt has only been in hand a few days, but, from bis appearance, is the j making of a good one over stioks, and may turn out the gold mine bis Dame implies. Campasph (Fonlshot — Antenna), fall sister to Aldersbot, is well forward, and will soon be put to fast work. A young one by Volunteer out of an Arab mare, is being broken in. Snowdrop has not wintered very well, but is improving as well ac can be expeoted i She came to the stable only a day or two ago,

tbe Auckland B.C. Ellerelie Spring Meeting :— Trial Handicap — Sharper, Lieutenant, Lord Dunlooe, Baree, Joe Sedley, Lady Marion, Webley, St. Vincent, Anniversary, Bit of Fashion. 4 Hardies — Ingorangi, Derry, Skittle6\j£ Fishmonger, Belmont. Spring Handioap — Ben Godfrey, Abel, I Harri, Lottie, Yattenfeldfc, Grenadier, Pegasus. Steeple — Spectator, Fishmonger, Crazy Kate, Malibar, Valley. Flying — Sharper, Ben Godfrey, Doris, Ivy, The Barge, Lady Moth, Yattenfeldfc, Her Ladyship, Grenadiei, Lady Marion, Webley, Swiftsure. Pony Handioap— Lady Thortou, Virgin, Nannie, Real, Direct, Nellie, Brown Mantle, Qaeen of Sheba, Pearl 11., Bit of Fashion,, September Stakes (nomination) — Dead Shot, Stregle, Mestbona colt, Scotland, Lavina, Haslemere, Forme. Tbe following nominations were received - on Satnrday night for the Taranaki ■* Trotting meeting on the 27th iost. Harness Trot.— Kentucky Wilke, Dick, Keawick'a m g, Carbine, Prinoe, Bit of Blue, Peter, Comet, Cockatoo, Fair Nell, Claret. Pony Trot.— Urenui, Tate, Squab, The Cob. E. R. Bayly's Pony, Chloe, Sailor Boy 11, Peggy 111, Grey Momus. Asssoiation Handicap. — Dinah, Jessie, Grenadier, Dick, Gay, Chloe, Kentuoky Wilks, Sailor Boy 11, Carhine, Sloper, Peter, Claret. Steward's Handicap.~Starli«ht, Dinah, Jessie, Grenadier, Kentucky Wilke, Harp of Eriu, lolanthe, Carbine, Tinker, Sloper, Clarec, Conway. Handioapsfor tbe above events will appear on Thursday. Acceptances aocl £ general entries on September 22. Handi* .* caps for Maiden Trot and Farmerß* Plate on September 24.

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SPORTING., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXVIIII, Issue 2817, 11 September 1894

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