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THE TURF.

(By "Multiform.")-

it is reported that Mr. T. H. Lowry has disposed cf Kohinoor privately, the prica given being £200

Hector Gray, thd Taranaki horseman, has ridden the last two winners of the C.J.C. Derby.

The £500 Trotting Handicap at Melbourne was won by the New Zealand horse Sparkling Bells, with Rexie second, and Luke third. There were fourteen starters. Sparkling Bells won by half a length

Lemberg had an easy task at Newmarket to place the Jockey Club Stakes of 10,000 soys., to the credit of Mr. Fairie, the Derby winner being followed home by Dibs, but at a respectful distance. The field numbered nine, but did not include Neil Gow. Sportsmen hopo to see the two groat rivals in opposition in cup races next season.

After the (running of the Epsom Handicap at ElLerslie on the second day of the A.R.C. Spring meeting, the stewards were called together to consider a complaint against B. Deeley for his handling of Kakama in s that race, the allegation being that he* crossed Appelon. The inquiry was postponed until the following day. After hearing evidenco. the stewards decided that the crossing did not affect the result of the race, but to show that such practices cannot be countenanced, fined. Deeley £25 for the offence. ' .

The New Zealand-bred horse Annapolis (by Phoebus Apollo) has been apportioniid top weight in the Perth Cup (2m; and Railway Stakes (l^m), with 9st 101b and 9st 131b respectively. Annapolis went across to Victoria for the spring racing campaign, and on the. form displayed at Flemington he must make wonderful improvement to have any chance in the events to be decided under, the control of the W.A.T.C. at midsummer.

Little Huxley, the jockey, r/ho is riding in good form in England, and who is apprenticed to Wootton, is an Aus. tralian, his father being one of the betst jockeys in Australia some years ago, where he won the Caulfield Cup twice, the A.J.C. Derby, and most of the big races. ~: . ■ : ■.', .... {:'';;

One really neisds to be lucky rather than well versed in racing, for I know a oase of a man picking an extraordinary outside winner recently, solely be.causo a ladybird fleir. on td/theVpaper ho was reading, and lit upon tlioi name of the horse of which he took particular notice.

McLachlan has now ridden nine cup winners, besides dead-heating for the Caulfield Cup. His cup-winning record is well worth giving. Here it is:—Melbourne Cup; Prince Foote and Comedy King. Caulfield Cup (twice): Aborigine and. Maranui. Sydney Cup: Vavasor. Newcastle Cup: Lady Wilde. Sydney Tatter-sail's Cup: Fabris. Rcsehill Cup: Vavasor. A.J.C. Summer Cup: Epois. Adelaide Cup: Meidaglia.

(Per Press Association.) - AUCKLAND, Nov. 21. The following am the acceptances for ev-eavbs to be run on the opening day of tho Takapuna J.C. Spring Meeting on tho 26th inst:—

Cheltenham Handicap, 5 furlongs and a half. —Turbine and Sir.Artegal 8.12, Miss Winnie 8.10, Kapanga 8.0, Lady Frances 7.7, Lady Dot and Toa, Tuhi 7.2, Golden Loop 6.13, Capt.'Sault and Impulsive 6.11, Elegance 6.9, Aristos, Taka and Princess Soult G.B.

Maiden Hurdles, 1 mile and a halfand 100 yards.—Delegate 10.6, Don Quex and Kaiwaka 9.6, Sandine 9.4, St. Maria, Whataroa, Powerful, Blue Rocket, Seldom, and Rangiora 9.0. First Pony Handicap, 5 furlongs' and a half;— Mistime 9.0, Mighty Atom 8.13, Peggy Pryde 8.8, Norway 8.0, Miss Stella 8.0, Maika 7.3, Raid Lupin 7.2, Kuratau and Caedmon 7.0.

Trial Handicap, one mile.—Frontino 7.9, Royal News 7.7, Heta 7.5, Waiotalu 7.4, Scotch 7.0, His Highness 7.0, Monolope 7.0, Hamadryad 7.0, Monopiano 7.0.

Cambria Handicap, 4 furlongs.—Tranquil 8.0, Silverlyte 7.5, Worcester 7.5, Oboe 7.2, Kaween 7.0, Solitude 7.0, Gibson Girl 7.0, Harrigan 7.0, Merci / .0, Condamine 7.0.

St. Andrew's Handicap, 1 mile and a quarter.—Uranium 9.0, Lochbuie 8.0, Sea Elf 7.11, Master Theory 7.9, Manapouri 7.9, Regain 7.8, Dazzling 7.3, Prophet 7.2, Haldano C.IS/Coromandel 6.11, Spectre 6.10.

Tiri Hurdle Race, 1 mile and threequarters.—Black Northern 10.3, Tui Cakobau 9.10, Hoanga 9.6, Rangihaeta 9.6.

Melroso Handicap, 5 furlongs and a half.—Spectre 9.0, Haku 8.9, Miss Grisszlo 8.2, Lucilte 8.2, Miss Ada 8.0, Mis 3 Livonia 7.13, Ruffy 7.12, Goodwin bands 7.12, Vivace 7.12, Bonny Fishwire 7.12, Monolope. 7.12, Mary Ann 7.12, May Koff 7.12, Arawa 7.12, Ko-w-aru 7.12, Presently 7.12, Bogey 7.12 Parawai 7.12, Lady Betty 7.12.

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THE TURF., Wanganui Chronicle, Volume L, Issue 12633, 22 November 1910

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THE TURF. Wanganui Chronicle, Volume L, Issue 12633, 22 November 1910

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