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RACING IN NEW ZEALAND.

TIMARU TROT I ING CLUB'S RACE 3. Thursday, November 1.

Maiden Race Two miles — First Heat— Euchie, ssec, 1 ; Our Maid, scr, 2. Also started : Peoguiu 3-.cc, Sta* light II Jsec, Nitsua 7&ec, Zulu lsec, aud Don 13>.ec. Won easily. Dividend, £8. Second Heat— Kilrush, ssec, 1 ; Pfg Kelly, 138KC, 2. Also Btarted : Speculation scr, King James 3seo, ami Duncaa 9sec. Won easily. Dividend, £1 13 a. Final— Mr Ogden's Kuchre 1, Mr Grant's Our Maid 2, Mr Andersou'R Peg Kelly 3. Kilrush also started. Won all the way. Time, 6'min 25sec. Dividend, £3 17s. Two mile Trot.— Fairchild, lßsec, 1 ; Spider, Bsec, 2. Won by five length*. Time, 6min 16sec. No investments on the machine. Mile and a-half Race.— Bide-a- Wee, 28sec, 1; Wo)lloomooloo, 2»Bec, 2 ; The Duke, 26sec, 3. Also started : Speculation 34sec, Pi nguin :-i7sec, and King J«mes 37»ec. Won by two lengths. Time, 4min 36Jsec Dividend, M 3s. Two-mile District Trot. — Woolloomooloo, 20aec, 1 ; Starlight 11, 41seo, 2; The Duke, 22sec. 3. Also started : Bide-a- Wee 20aec, Our Maid 38aec, and Garfield 453ec. Won easily. Time, 6min Isec. Dividend, £1 13s. Thrre-mil'b Trot.- Spider, lOsec, 1 ; Chancellor, 63sec, 2. Won by a head. Time, 9niin 15iatc. Dividend, .€1 13s. A protest on the ground of j incom-istency waR dismidFed | Two-mile Trot. -The Duke, 33sec, 1: Bide-a- i Wee, 33sai*. 2 ; Fairchild, Klsec. 3. Also ran : Wo.illooniooloo 24aec and Chancellor 4Bsec. Won easily. Time, 6min 36sec. Dividend, j£3 Ga. Scurry Tuot. Two miles.— Don 1. Dhidend £3 19s. C.J.C. SPRING MEETING. j Second Day— Thursday, November 8. middleton handicap hurdle race, Of lOOsovb ; second horse lOsovb. Ouce round and a di.stance. 353 — Mr A. Robertson's eh m Melinite, by Nordenfeldt-Pearlaßh, 6yrs, 12 2 (F. Holmes) 1 79— Mr Harris's Minerva, 9.2 ... (M'Taggart) 2 167 -Mr Douglas's Kapua, 113 (Hope) 3 Also started : 78 CUrence 11.3, 103 Barnardo 10.10 44 Invader 93. Invader whj first away, but going down the ! back stretch Minerva ran through and took command. Melinite joined her at the top turn, and tie pair drawing right away frum the others, rau a tremendous race home, which ended in favour of Melinite by a neck. Time, 3miu saeo. Dividends, £2 15s aud £2 9rf 6d. A protest against the winner on the ground ot inconm'H' cut ruuniug was distniriMed. CRITERION HANDICAP, Of lSOaovs ; second horse iSauva. Seven furlongs. 232— Mr J. M'Kewen's b h Mount Royal, by St. George— Merra, 4yis, 7.9 ...(Campbell) 1 413 -Mr Pere's Mahaki, 8 5 (Heady) 2 87— Mr Mercer's eh f Britomarte, 613 (tavis) 3 Also Parted : 82 Ros- feldt 8.11, 2»7 Beadonwell 8 10, 137 Lady Zetland 8.9, 114 Tho Dancer 8 0, 61 Captive 7.12, 3d Warrington 7.9, 108 kangiatea 7.7, 232 New Forest 7.3, 20 Kiug Wai 7.0, 33 Reflector 6.11, 14 Lady Lear ti 7, 25 Black Cloud 6 7. Mount Royal made the ruuning, and at the top turn was well clear of Britomarte The pair landed in the straight sid« by side. At the distance Mount Royal drew olear and won comfortably by a leugth aud a - half, with Britomarre two lengths away third. Time, lmin 28sec. Dividends, £6 4s and £8 9i 6d. DERBY STAKES, Of 208OVS each, witu 500-ovs added ; second horso 7530V5, and third 25»ova. One mile and a-half. 1102-Mr G. G Stead's b f Bluefire, by M" axim —Sapphire, 8.5 (R Derrett) 1 18G— Mr H & odman's Casket, 8.10 (M'llroy) 2 461— MrRathboneV Blaruny, 8.7... (White) 3 Aluo j-taitud : 158 Thr«e star 8 10, 183 Colebeck 8 10, 44 Artilleur 8.10, 104 Marino 8.10. Blarney was first away, followed by Arbilleur and Three Star, and was still in command ag they ran pa«r. Cuttt's, with Oolebeok next, and Casket, Artilleur, and Three Star following in the order named, with Marino whipping in. As they commenced to go down the back stretch Colebeck supplanted Blarney, and Caaket went on seoond with Blarney next, and Marino and Bluefire together last. Colebeck was »till in front passing the kennels, and C»»ket and Blarney were still s^toud and third respectively, with Artilleur fourth, and Bluefira last. Colebeck wa§ still showing the way to Casket and Blarney an they ran round the top turn, while Marino, followed by Blueflre, was moving up. Colebeck and Casket landed in the straight side by sid , but before i.he distance post was reached the former was in difficulties, and Bluefire, makiug her effort on the outside, caught the others just inside the distance, and goiDg on, won very easily by a length from Casket, with Blarney three lengths away third, Colebeck fourth, Artilleur fifth, Mariuo sixth, and Three Star last. Time. 2min 42isec. Dividends £1 18s 6d aud £1 14 a. JUVENILE STAKES, Of 3sovs each, with 250duva added ; second horse 25jova'and third LObovs. Five furlongs. 18— Mr G. W. M'Rae's br c Loveahot, by Chainshot— Myrtle, 3yrs, 8.0 (Stratford) 1 456-Sir G. Clifford's Golden Fleece, 3yrs, 8.7 (Matthews) 2 447— Mr Stead's Bloodshot, 2yrs, 6.11 (Wilson) 3 Also Btarte-i : 143 Birmby 87, 35 Strathbra%ii 8.7, 187 N«roli 82, 12 Leda 8.2, 59 Nix.c 82, 65 M 'lly Doling 8.2, 167 Caribou 7.6, 1.8 Euioclydon 6.11, 33 Medicus 6.11. Barmby was quickest on his legs and led round the top turn, followed by Golden Fleece, Caribou, and Loveshot ia the order named, with Euroclydon last. Oace in the straight Barmby retired, aud Golden Fleece, after getting rid of Caribou at the distance, had to submit to a challenge on the part of Loveshot, j and a tremendous finish resulted in Loveshot winning by a neck from Golden Fleece, with Bloodshot, who came with a late run, half a lmuth away third, Caribou fourth, aud Barmby fifth. Time, linin 2£sec. Dividends, £101 140 and £81 16s. JIRI'ROPOLITAN STAKES HANDICAP, Of 'teovs with 40USOV8 added ; becnuil horse 30sovs and third horße 20dovs. One mita *ud u-half. 89— Mr Hobbrt's br h Prime Warden, by Apremont— Miss Kate, 811 (Cochraue) 1 H9_Mr Keid's Skirmisher, 8 4 ... (M'llrov) 2 115) -Mrs Fraser's Royal Rose, 7.9 ...(Gallagher) 3 Also started : 128 Impulse 8 13 172 Au Revoir 8.9 139 Saracen 8.7. 335 Lottie 8.5, 23 Clanranald 7.13. 49 Rwigipuhi 7 12, 88 Mahtki 7 7 40 Pegauus 77. 4S \Uiwn' 7 6 48 Westrnere 7.6, 50 Leontine 6. 12 (carried 7 3), 70 Aqualate 6 10, 92 Chaos 6.7. V/qa .5 «*t> i" « miuand as they commenced to go do«n the back stretch, bat passing the kennels Piime Warden took command, whi *- lYlngHzine was lying th'rd just iv fivnt of Skirmisher, and Clanranald was now last. Prime Warden went round the top turn well clear of the other*, and although Skirmisher mad» his effort at the distance, he could not rwach Prim>- Warden, who strode on and won by a length and a-hilf from Skirmisher, with Rival Rose three lengths away third, Chaos fourth, Impulse fifth, and Au Revoir sixth Time, 2min 36sec. Dividends, £17 2s 6d and £22 10s. VTAIRAIUPA RELIEF FUND TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE, Of lOOdOVB. Four furlongs. 19J— Sir George Clifford's b f Safeguard, by Maxim— Teredo. 9.2 ... (Matthews) 1

153— Mr Cutts's Nautilus Shell, 8.9 (Smith) 2 152-Mr Butler's Cannon Ball, 8 0 (Stratford) 3 Also started : 81 Popgun (not to be sold) 9.ft 341 Alcestis (£150) 82, lU6 Flying Artillery (£100) 8.0, 180 Kowai (£100) 7.11, 32 Popem (£lo(l)7.9. Won by a length. Time, soiaeo. Dividends, £6 Is 6d and £5 7s. EPSOM Ilir.ll WEIGHT HANDICAP, Of 120 ovs. One mile. 48— Mr 11. A. Knight's eh m Busybody, by Aprcmont— Tell Tale, 4yrs, 8 3 (Barry) I 165 — Mr FriedUnder's Speculator, H. 2 (M'llroy) 2 321 -Mr Harris's Goodwood, fiyrs, 9.2 (Reay) 3 Also started : 98 Lakeshell 9.0, 161 Lord Zetland 8 10, 40 Pc kin 8 1. 51 Errington 8.0, 24 Rangefinder 7.9, 2H6 Teredina 7 8, 25 Miss Madge 7.8, 37 Now Headford 7.7, 40 The Shark 7.7. Busybody was first away, and won easily by two lengths from Speculator, with Goodwood a length away third, Lakeohell fourth, and RaDgefinder fifth. Time, lmin 44£gec. Dividends, £21 8b 6d and £30 Is. Auction Handicap, of 50aova. Five farlongs. — Won by Mr James's b g Watchword, 3yre, 9 0 (Burns), beating Hydroline (aged, 6.7), Johnny Martin (sg<-a, 7.8), Langley (aged, 8.2), Jess (6yr«, 8.2), Lady Sockbum (aged. 7.0), and Report (syis, 7 12). Time, lmin 3J.ec. Dividend?, £3 14s and £3 Bs. Third Day— November 10, spring nursery handicap, Of 150aov8 ; second horse 15sovs. For two-year* olds. Four furlongs. 441— Sir George Clifford's b f Safeguard, by Maxim— Teredo, 8.3 ... (Matthews) 1 116— Mr Sheenan'sch f Alcestis, 7.2 (Connop) 2 £89— Mr H. Craig's eh c Euioclydon, 8.5 (M'llroy) 3 Also started : 248 Woodlander 7.12 (White), 66 Belligerent 7.5 (Davis), 8i Medicua 7.5, 40 Nicholas 7.4 (Johnston). Won all the way. Time, Wtec. Dividend*, £2 12* and £2 12s 6d. OAKS STAKES Of "10 jovßj ovB each with 200sovti added ; second horsa 30.iovs, third 20«ovs. One mile and a-half. 432— Mr G. G. Stead's b f Blueflre, by MaximSapphire, 8.10 (Derrett) t 6G-Mr X A. Knight's b f Neroli, by Artillery— Nenuphar, 8.10 (Barry) 2 57— Sir G. Clifford's b f Teredina, by MaximTeredo, 8.10 (Matthews) 3 Neroli was first away, but Bluefire took command opposite Cutts's, and striding along at her own pace all the way, won in a canter by 20 lengths from Neroli, who was 10 lengths in front of Teredina. Time, 2min 46^seo. Dividends, £1 3s 6d and £1 2s 6d. CANTEKnUHY CUP, Of 10sov8 each, with 501)hovb added ; second horsa 75sovs, third 25sovs from the stakes. Weight for age. Two miles and a-quarter. 860 -Mr M. Hobbs's br h Prime Warden, by Apremont- Mits Kate, aged, 9 6 (F. Cochrane) I 3L9— Mr H. Goodman's b c Casket, Svrg, 7.6 (M'Comb) 2 162— Mr M. Hobbb's b m Lady Zetland, aged, 9.1 , (C. Oochrane) 3 474 Mr J. B. Reid's b h Skirmisher, 4yrs, 9.0 (M'llroy) 0 Lady Zetland was first away, followed by Casket and Pri-r.e Warden in the order named, but as they ran round the top turn Casket took command and came down the straight and past th« stand well clear, with Lady Zetland and Prime Warden next, Skirmisher last. Ab Cutts's the field olosed in ou the leader. Going down the back stretch Prime Warden supplanted Casket, and ran past the kennels just olear of Lady Zetland, with Skirmisher and Casket Bide by side. Prime Warden was still in front as they swept round the top turn, and with Skirmisher and Lady Zetland in difficulties when the straight was reached, Prime Warden strode on and won as he pleased by five lengths from Casket ; Lady Zetland, 10 lengths away, third ; Skirmisher prilling up I»at. Time, 4min 3Jaeo. Dividends, £1 15s and £2 In 6d. JOCKEY CI.DB HANDICAP, Of 3sovi each, with 300aova added. One mile. 238— Mrs E. Fraser's eh h Royal Rose, by King Cole— Rosalind, 4yrs, 7.13 (GalUgher) 1 341— Mr P. Butler's eh h Au Revoir, syr». 8.11 (Stratford) 2 559— Mr R. Allen's br h Saracen, syrs, 8 9 (F. Cochrano) 3 Also started: 299 Mahaki 712, 261 Golden Fleece 7 5, 123 Rangiatea 6.12, 146 Dunoon 6.9. S*ranpn and Au Revoir led to the di&fcance, wtiere Royal Rose drew out nnd won by a length and a-half from Au Revoir ; with Saracen, a. nock away, third, just in front o£ Mahaki. Golden Fleece next, and Rangiatea last. Time, lmin 43$seo. Dividends, £6 13s and £7 ss. CURRAOH HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, Of 200«ov8 ; second horse 20aovs. About three miles. 545— Mr G. Hope's eh g Rosciu 1 ?, by Gladiator — Swindle, aged, 12.5 (Owner) 1 290-Mr Shoveß's Booties, 10.13 ...(Hatfield) 2 178 -Mr Abbott's NanakiV 9.13 ...(J. Laing) 3 Also started: 344 Robin 12 5 (Cotton), 113 Empire 11 0 (F. Htlmes), 191 Mechanic 9.7 (R. Kudings). Roscius and Robin made the running at a strong pace, closely followed over the first fence (Cutts's) *by Empire, Nanakia, and Booties, Mechanic already dropping behind.* At the next fenoe Empire fell. At the kennels Robin fell back outpaced. Roscius, Booties, and Nanakia was the order up the straight, but? pansiDg Cutts's Nanakia took second place. Ab Ford's Mechanio fell, and at the kennels Nanakia was beaten The last fence Booties struck hard, aud Robciub cantered past, the post a winner by a dozen lengths, 20 lengths between second and third. Time, 6min 37seo» Dividends, £2 15s and £2 14s 6d. ELECTRIC PLATE, Of 150JOV8 ; pecond hoise 15«ovs. Weight for »gs, F ur furlongs. Ill— Sir George Clifford's ih f Golden Fleece, by Stonyhurst— Golden Crest, 3yrs, 7 11 (G Smith) 1 741-Mr Stead's b f Bluefire, 7.11 [car. 8 0] (Derrett) 2 56-Mr Mercer's Britomarte, 711 ... (White) 3 Also started : 4W St. Clements 9.1, «7 Busybody 8 9. 71 Barmby 8.2, 44 Mollie DarJing 7.11. Golden Fleece, Burmby, aud Busybody were first away. Blueflre being the last to move. At the distance BlucQre had drawn up to the main division, but could not reach Golden Fierce, who won by a length and a-half fn m Bluefire. Britomarte a similar distance away third, St. Clements fourth. Time, 47eeo» Dividends, £12 10 * 6d and £12 15s. TATTERSALI.'S PLATE, OflOOsovs; seoond hur-e lOsovs. Weight for age, with selling allowance. Six furlongs. 202— Mr Rassett's b f Georeie Sharp, by St. George— Becky Sharp, 7.5 ... (Davis) I 65 Mr man's Wedlo k, 7 10 (Gallagher) 2 446— Mr Hobba's Sunrise, 8 5... (F Corhrane) 3 Also started : 55 Starling 8 6. 20« Xeflector 8.1, 123 Lord of Misrule 8 1. 194 VanilU7 10, 28 Ahaura 7.6, 57 Miss Madge 6.12. Won by a head. Time, lmin 16seo. Dividends, £6 14s and £5 9i. j FAREWELL KANDICF, Of 120sov8 ; second horse lOaova. One mile. 173-St. Clnments, bySt Leger- Satanella, 8.0 (Gall'ieher) 1 64-Barmby, 7.5 | 16 ATso°8tartedtl84 Rosefeldt 8.9, l©"Olan»nald 8 8 143 Aldershot 8.5, 114 Chaos 7.9, 154 Speculatlo'n 7.5, 80 Lord Zetland 6.11. i St. Clementa won by two lengths, half a 1 length separating Bttrmby aud Goodwood.

HrO. D. Rose's Basfldon, 9.0 <M. Cannon) 0 Betting : 11 to 10 agst Matchbox, 7 to 4 Hornbewn.fiO to 1 Speed. Matchbox made slow running. This order was never altered, and the pace being quickened from Delow the Bushes Matchbox won by a length ; half a length between Becond and thud. Time, Smin Msec. llopeful Stakes, of 3S2sova. For two-year-olds. The last five furlongs of Ab. M. Mr Fairie'6 b f Choice, by Galopin— Selection, 8.13,., .., (M. Cannon) 1 Duke of Hamilton's b c The Nipper, 9.2 <J. Watts) 2 liordßoaebery's b or br f Gas, 8.7 (W.Bradford) 3. Mr Wallace Johnstone's Ardwell, 8.10 (Allsopp) 0 Mr H. M'Calmont's First Fault. 8.7 (T. Loates) 0 Betting : 7to 4 agst The Nipper, 15 to 8 Choice, £ to 1 Gas. Choice won a fine race by a head ; three parts of a length between second and third. TmmsßAY, September 28. Jockey Club Stakes, of 11,30280vs ; second received SOOiovs, third 200?ov« ; the nominator of the second received 200sovs. For three and four year olds. AF. (one mile and two furlongs). Mx H. il'Cahnont's b c Isinglass, -by Isonomy —Deadlock, 4yrs, 10.2 (T. Loates) 1 M. E. Blanc's eh c Gouvernail, 3yrß, 9.4 (BaTlen) 2 Lord Durham's b c Son o' Mine, 3yrc, 8.1 (S. Loates) 3 Mr D. Baird'a b or br c St. Florian, 3yrs, 8.4 (T. J. Calder) 0 Duke of Portland's b c Raeburn, 4yrn, 9.13 (J. Watts) 0 Mr IL M'Calmont's br c Pxiestholme, Hyro, 8. 12 (G. Chaloner) 0 ; Sir F. Johnstone's Ta f Throstle, 3yrs, 9.4 i (M. Cannon) 0 Betting: 6 to 2 on Isinglass, 100 to 12 aßst Throstle, 10 to 1 St. Florian, 20 to 1 Son o' Mine, 25 to 1 Gouvernail and Ruebuin, and 100 to 1 Priestholme. At the entrance to the rails, rather less than half a mile from home, Priestholme had shot his bolt, and St. Florian then assumed the command from Isinglass, Gouvernail, Son o' Mine, and Rueburn. At this point Loates was diiving Isinglass, and when he had been taken to the head of affairs on the top of the Bushes hill Gouvernail went on second from St. tflorian.and Son o' Miue. So they progressed into the Abingdon mile bottom, when Isinglass bad secured the measure of his field, and being in the condition to ease off half-way tip the till, he then won decisively by two lengths ; the same between second and tbiTO. St Florian was close -up fourth, Raeburn fifth, and Prtestliolme sixth, the three finishing at wide intervals. Time, 2ioin 13sec.

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RACING IN NEW ZEALAND., Otago Witness, Issue 2125, 15 November 1894

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