WELLINGTON MEETING HANDICAPS FOR FIRST DAY (0.C.) WELLINGTON. Monday ' The following handicaps for the first day of the Wellington Racing Club's Winter Meeting at Trentham on July 8 have been declared by Mr. H. Coyle:,fMARIRI HACK AND HUNTERS' STEEPLECHASE, .of £-100; about ;J\ miles. —Strip, 12.0; Opaltown, 10.11; Divi (lend, 10.8; Imperium, 9.13; Anglo Iri.-ii Donadea, D. 10; Regicide, As Required 0.5; Airborne. Ballynain, Plato gelding Lu callus Boy, Captain Star, Chins Up, Classic Coaster. Exit, First Role, Force, Gleucu* Rhodes, Tea Drop, Tkoraide, Tigreterre. it.it WOBURN HACK HANDICAP, of 7 fur.—Kincrop, 9.3; Grecian Glow, o.'j Cruden Bay. Flying Tor, 8.13; Royal Page ant, 8.12; Kaitoa, Observatory, ti.lo; Pin! Bonnet, Royal Heir, Irish Chance, 8.8 Cramond Bay. Findon, Immediate, 8.0; Tin Grand. Prize King, 8.3; Hula Chief, 8.4. All Bunsby, Lex, Lord .Darnley, Notary. Pennyroyal. Phalaria, Qui Tarn, Walk Off. 8.3; Sporting Gold, Sporting Style, 8.2; Lyndon Lea, Note Raid, Some Sing. 8.1 ; Court Judge, Desert Are, Downing Street, Foxella. Gay Lena, Glad Fox, Good Friend, Honey Gold. Lady Midian, Leigh Hark, Leybonrne, Listen In. Lucky Girl, Midshipman, Moutoa Lad, Old Glory, Our Jock, Keorapa, Sandy Bay, Signal Light, Silver Bell, Sir Raleigh, Step On, The Tosser, Timo, Zipporab, 8.(». VJTTORIA HACK HURDLES, of £400; 1% miles.—Te Kawiti, 11.o; Siglow, 10.13; Kilcato, 10.0; Arctic Dawn, 10.8; First Edition, Sir Ringman, 10.7; Sandy Cape, 10.0; Anglo Irish, Roman Son, 10.3; Paladeo, Alienate, 10.2; Ivar. Lightfair, 10.0; Mynet, 9.13; Tatting, 0.12; Lotto. 0.11; High Morale, 9.8; Blue Title, Colonel Bogey, Travancore, 9.7; Abdicate, 9.6; Hard Frost, Po Huka, 9.5; Black Saint, Indian Sign, Airborne, Author's Dream, Home Rule. Invincible, Nanook, Night Shirt, Northfield, Overland Red. Parlato. Sporting Gold, Straight Left, Tan Peter, Tideover, Trekalong, Vafer-flame, Valcron, 9.0. STEWARDS' HANDICAP, of £6OO ; 6 fur.—Macedoine, 9.13; Monetary, 9.11; Royal Flight, 9.10; Whackie, 0.9; Sir Bradbury, 9.7; Autolite, 9.5; Gulf Stream. Hearth, 8.12; Plato Lad Poutatau, 8.11; Kronos. Skyhawk. 8.10; Foxcatcher, 8.9; Tiger Tan, 8.4; Aurora Australia, First Round, 5.2; High Ideal. Parlato, Roman Duke, Royce, Transmitter, The Whipper, 8.0. WELLINGTON STEEPLECHASE, of £1500; about. 3yj miles.—Foxiana, 32.0; Xoko, 11.9; Town Survey, 11.2; Kanui Te Pai. 10.13; Abbey Lu. Strip, 10.9; True Range. Valantua, lo.fi; Chat, 10.4; Khurja, 9.13; Jehangir, 9.9; Forest Glen, Opaltown. 9.3; Anglo Irish. Dividend, Donadea, Force, Hessketoon, Idle Hour, Tigreterre, 9.0. TRENTHAM HURDLES, of £7so;' I s * miles. —Erndale, 11.7; Stock Exchange, il.O; Epping, Moderate, 10.8; Bolo.vna, 10.0; Authoress, Noble Fox, Te Kawiti. J0.4; Foxsen, 10.1; Young Charles, 9.12; Siglow, 9.11; Maggiore. Arctic Dawn. 9.0; Flying Spy, 9.2; Anglo Irish, Borak, High Morale, Lightfair, Paladeo 9.0. WHYTE HANDICAP, of £1000; 1 mile. —Landveyor, 9.11; Air Port, 9.4; Platform, 9.3; Foxiiaven, 9.0; Amorlad, Classform, Monetary, Moutoa Bond, Royal Flight, 8.12; The Monarch Whackie, 8.11; Peter's Choice, 8.9; Black Plato, 8.6; Broiveine, Minority, 8.5; Hearth, Gulf Stream, 8.4; Flying Hawk, 8.3; Duality, Hasten, Poutatau, Regal Night, 8.2; British Mint, Queen's Charm, 8.1; Foxcatcher, Indian Sport, 8.0; Kinneff, Park Light, 7.13; Good Scout 7.12; Fiddler's Green Tring, 7.11 • Lenardo, 7.10; Aurora Australis, 7.9; Abdicate, Alexcelia, Boolamskee, Catterick Bridge, First Round, Foxchase, Greenfeast, Hakim, Pern, 7.7. TE ARO HACK HANDICAP, of £400; 1 mile.—Queen's Charm, 10.8; Hakim 9.9; Hippodrome, 9.8; Flahuluk, 9.7; Grecian Glow, Kilcato 9.2; Boolamskee, 6.0; Crnaen Bay, Flying Tor, 8.13; Royal Pageant, 8.11; Foxchase. 8.10; Great March. 8.9; Mr. Valiant, Solver, B.S; Ring Scarf, Immediate, 8.7; Royoney, 8.6; All Bunsby, Roman Son, 8.4; Owaka, Sedgemere, 8.3; Advocate, Bridgehead. Lord Darnley, Pennvroval, 5.2; Alondi, Arctic Night, Beneve, * Dash Up, Fairy Godmother, First Role. Golden Tide, Gothic, Metonomy, Polario, The Rail. Verify.. M. McCARTEN AS TRAINER Not ail leading jockeys make successful trainers, but the former New Zealander, M. McCarten, who for many years was one of Australia's most successful riders, has firmly established himself as a first-class trainer. McCarten won the principal race at the Sydney Turf Club's meeting at Randwick on June 10 with the_ much-improved Shining Night. It was Shining Night's second successive win. McCarten has won 12 races in Sydney this season, seven of them at Handwfck. BREEDING OF HYCILLA Hycilla, who won the Oaks Stakes at Newmarket in the colours of Air. William Woodward, chairman of the New York Jockey Club, credits Hyperion with another classic winner. Hycilla descends from an old-estab-lished English family, although her dam, Priscilla Carter, was bred in America, being by Omar Khayyam, winner of the Kentucky Derby, from The Reef, by Trap Rock from Pyramid, by Hastings from St. Priscilla. by Rayon d'Or from St. Pauline, by St. Blaise from Patience, by Parmesan. In 1929 Mr. Woodward sent Priscilla Carter to England, and there she bred Spinner, who won the Scottish Derby, Alcazar, who won five races in succession as a three-year-old. including the Doncaster Cup, the Chesterfield Cup and the the Ebor Handicap, and Herald, winner at Newmarket. Patience was a ihreeSuarters sister to Cremorne, winner of the ►erby. It is the family that gave the turf The Tetrach, Thrush, Skirmisher and the good Australian performer Kennaquhair.
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RACING NEWS, New Zealand Herald, Volume 81, Issue 24930, 27 June 1944
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