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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - April 4, 1924, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Gamba is after winning the hurdle race at Gawler last saturday with h. Bracegirdle in the Saddle. Probably a better horse n of � to Surv q,u3tn already has one has Ruih Vay to her credit. Chelate who won a race As a juvenile at headquarter Eastgate end Hay Lander look the Best of not previously mentioned. Earl Simon tag Ala or St. Roseate. I kills railway stakes. Five furlongs. Taga a 9 13 brilliance 7 4 St. Roseate 9 10 Light up 7 3 Gui Gismot 9 0 Kiklos ear Simon s 10 East Pate 7 3 6 13 Stag Queen s 2 Orania 6 11 Vest us 7 13 the Martyr 6 9 Wail in 7 10 Teller Mana Hera Luck 7 s Imp 6 8 Somi opera 7 7 decorum 6 s lady Linnea 7 7 p. Sooltan 6 s blab no 7 5 Caris Queen 6 7 Chela-3 7 5 Millanne 6 7 Hayes Ider 7 4 i say listen a in going to port Adelaide Stop and see Dick Comley at Halfway the hotel Kilkenny. Do is late of the Globe hotel Glenelg and glanv1lle hotel Glanville. Civility a certainty. A nov Best spirits Solo not kept. Beer always Cool. Fiji Woodville 125. R r on the Road to Gawler Kuhlmann sold spot hotel Little Para for All principal country race meetings. All drinks Cool. V spirits guaranteed. Shorts Are always Welcome. A Ery attention and civility g m obtainable All leading hotels. Dalgety and co., Ltd. Doncaster and cup o commission launched for stand by Frances tres Sady improving Fred Power s mishap by Cardigan in Sydney stand by is a sure visitor to Sydney for the . Autumn meeting. He was backed in Sydney on tuesday for a Good stake for the cup. Fred Power who was at one time at the head of the cup quotations went amiss during the week. Stand by was backed on monday for the Sydney cup and the demand was so solid for him that he is now actually at the head of the quotations. Evidently his owner has decided to give the South Austi Alian races the go by and bring that Colt to Sydney As he has also been nominated for the minor races. The commission launched on monday was probably from the stable. In addition to being backed straight out he was coupled in doubles with fancied Doncaster fancies. It is a Long time since an Adelaide horse was favorite for the Sydney cup or for that matter any big race at Randwick and it is to be hoped that stand by puts up a creditable showing. He certainly won the port Adelaide cup in Good style beating amongst others Bitallia but it is a far cry from the port cup to the Sydney cup. Still he is a Lanius and Ood judges who saw him win Tell e is a Good stayer. Two great rivals. The rain during the week was very Welcome to trainers As the tracks needed softening. However it also put an end to any fast work that might have taken place As no grass tracks were available at Randwick. Most of the visiting horses worked slowly. I had heard that Frances tres Sady did not make the trip from Melbourne too Well but she looked very Bright and has i think actually put on condition since the Flemington meeting. This is a pretty Good sign and if she gets Over her nervousness in a Field might shape Well in the Sydney cup. She will certainly be hard to beat in the Leger. Her great rival Drongo has fined Down very considerably since the . Meeting and looks a trifle drawn. He is not a repossessing looking gelding at the Best of times and the severe racing he has had in the last month or so has taken it out of him a trifle. Still he has plenty of time to get quite to his Best. H. Mccalman s team. Sandringham has done Well since his arrival in fact All Mccallian s team Are thriving. Whittier looks bigger than when he ran in the Newmarket and is very free again. It is a great pity that one of his tendons is troubling him As Mccalman May not be Able to give him quite As much work As he would like. Acc Arak has had an easy time since the australian cup and has put on condition. He will however probably have a couple of runs in Sydney prior to the cup. He is a vastly improved j horse in appearance and also in i galloping ability and is one of the few genuine Handicap stayers at present racing. Balaton very free. Balaton is at Home in the soft going and if the track be heavy on Sydney cup Day it would not be against him. He is rapidly getting into condition and up to the present does not show any signs of the soreness in front that he i was troubled with in the Spring. Claro is another Chestnut britishers that likes the track holding and he is looking very Avell again. He Only went slowly and was anxious to go fast and before the meeting commences will possibly break a few records. His stable mate la Neffe is a Stocky looking customer who put on a Deal of condition in his Short respite after the january meeting. He has proved a High class sprinter and i notice that he is also engaged in the autumn stakes on the first Day of the meeting. Fred Power amiss. Duke isinglass is working and looking Well but it is against him that he will not have a run before the Doncaster. Fred Power who was Well in the Market for the Sydney cup broke Down at Victoria Park while working. He vent smartly Over half a mile but on pulling up was very Lam in the near foreleg. His heels have been giving his Trainer trouble and intending backers of Fred Power will be Well advised of await developments. It is unfortunate for s. Lamond that Fred Power should go at this stage As he has been very careful with him and the Chestnut looked like being hard to beat in some of the important events at the meeting. Doncaster favorite Well. Blackadder is now a pronounced Doncaster favorite and he is very fit. He has not done a great Deal of work since his return from Melbourne but on saturday went Over half a mile in great style. When i. Foulsham does begin to Send him a Long he will make fast times. Mont Clair is making a Little More noise than at the Christmas meetings but looks Well. Comptroller is rapidly getting into condition and he May possibly win a face before the big meeting conies round. If he does he will Advance in the Sydney cup quotations As a majority of Randwick freq enters Are very Sweet o his cup Chance. Master Ragou has done Well since he ran at Randwick but while he is a great Little horse the distance of the cup More than the weight May bother him. There is a disposition to Back Prince Toorak in the Doncaster who is also in f. J Marsden s stable and there is no doubt an improving horse. But whether he is quite up to Doncaster Standard is another matter. Stony is a very fit horse ii d on recent form is Well handicapped in the cup with 7.5. He has yet to prove that he can get beyond a mile and a half but under t Uch a Light weight should go a Long Way. Stony will possibly win a race before a he cup is run. George Price has another Good cup representative in the Cypher and perhaps the change of air from Melbourne to Sydney will do a lot f r him. It is to be hoped so As his Osne deserves a Little Good Fortune. Mirth maker is Bowling song As freely As Ever and Valdonna lbs was entered for the autumn stakes and is now in three races on the opening Day of meeting continues to do Well. It is hard to say what will be her Mission. To double m a d e on Fred Birrell saturday. April 5 Stan Whitford authorised by f. F. Ward Adelaide. ? Morphet Tville. ? 1- thursday. On the course proper outside hurdles Buff line and dream lady s Furloni in 51. Taj mahal 6 furlongs in 1.27. Cadengo 9 furlongs in 2.7. ,.-. Re Masquer s furlongs in 1.51. Lan i Dae 3 furlongs in 43. Sweet Magne 6 furlongs in 1.213 Little Mervie and last up 4 Furlong in 552.,Chapparal led a mate 6 furlongs m 1 21 3 diatribe and Cap Ancus 6 furlons9 u 1.22i. Leahcim 9 furlongs in . I King of mirth 9 furlongs in evens. Lady aides and fool s play 6 Furlong in 1.25. Bessia 7 furlongs in 1.34j. First gun 8 furlongs in 1.52. Pistol lad and Baglio 4 furlongs is Chelate 5 furlongs in 1.6. Crusader 5 furlongs in 1.6. Ella Simon led half Gale 6 furlongs Tiralla 5 furlongs in 1.9j. Peaceful chief and flying slave s furlongs in 1.62. Chief tone 3 furlongs in 39. Duke silent 3 furlongs in evens. A on the Tan. Egnas and Gal Shields 5 furlongs in transit 4 furlongs in 53. Gay boy 3 Furlong is in 40. Greeness and cashbox 6 furlongs in 1.23, Royal rip 6 furlongs in 21. Duke purple s furlongs inl.54. Indian ly81c 4 furlongs in evens. -.1 Dundalk once round in 2.372. Peace Dove and m1nch1nbury Onci round in 2.44. _ new Battle s furlongs in 1.4s.don Gingham 7 furlongs in 1.41. I stage boy s furlongs in evens. Vesuvius 3 furlongs in 41. M Elonara and puff puff 4 furlongs it Pfizer and Mentmore 6 furlongs in exchequer s furlongs in evens. Victress and Stormy petrel 6 Furlong la in 1.23j. Steel Bronze 6 furlongs in 1.2j. To Victoria Park. " "1 thursday. On the outside track the going beg 12 Good order. De Cowam half a mile in 57. Tallow a mile in even time. ._., ii High play half a mile in 51. Luver1a half a mile in 51. I Richlue half a mile in 52j. Flying Hawk and agitated half a Mil in 55. Arberry half a mile in 54. Kiss land and sunny Day 5 furlongs Deuce 6 furlongs in 1.22. Raleta half a mile in 57. _me Bolt a mile in 1.50. _ Bijj thanksgiving half a mile in 54. Munkus moola a mile in 1.562. Dolorosa Rosenthal half a mile in 53. Prince Seal j 21 1 Rosenthal 6 Furlong Lila St. Simonian Cosgrove worked Strong Over three rounds. _ murtello Bud half a mile in 52. Me tellin and cannaw1gra half a mile Rellus 5 and Socrates 7 furlongs in 1.3s. Mit Adella half a mile in 55. St. Laity and storm Gate half a mile 1 the following worked slowly Leon Blu Coyte lady Nallen. Stage Queen Blanc ill dependence Alwyne Queen some opera a. Flora Tress Vale lord Ednam Earl Simon St Archibald admirable girl the storm Mantic St. Laity and miss Nelle exotic James and alarm Kinu Buckingham jumped six hurdles in great style. Sir Archibald jumped on., but ran off afterwards at the next two on a and dead Centre Telford Ytol Frise Rand Low Varco lumped three big fences in Good style the latter two going on and jumping thre hurdles am three schooling fences. A Sandridge Telferd jumped four 619 fences in Good style. Of 11 " to school at Oak Bank. Alf lord intends to take dead Centre and Sandridge to Oak Baut next week in order to school them Over portion of the great Eastern steeplechase course

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