Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia
18 Jan 1924

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18 Jan 1924

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - January 18, 1924, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia welter Handicap the top weight Jules Jordan should land this. on now year s Day he went with great dash in the welter and Hung on better than usual to end us fourth he carried 8.13 As against s.9 to Morrow and should Register his third Victory Over this seven and a half Furlong journey. Wye Hinga might have a show but his stable mate Phil Roberts reads a adore attractive proposition. Comic Knight would have to be respected f produced Here and put up a fair race at Victoria Park. Farm ote looks sure to run prominently and two Gawler trained ones in returning Anaf. Layor might be dangerous the last named has won a welter in the City .50 is nicely weighted at Only 3it. Over the minimum. So Long does not Appeal and of the rest Indian Seal should do Best although Strathcona May have a rough show. Jules Jordan or Phil Roberts. 4.40railway welter Handicap. Seven and a half coid mrea a t 10w.ic in i � soil i Iii Kii Iglitz 8 Afy Jow i Iti s Coin of the jiving in inc. A Ihil 711.jien. S Law no net a i Lii 8 Sookov. I pm i i Torii Iii 7 spare Jules Jordan or Phil Roberts. Observer Phil Roberts or farm ote. Chronicle Jules Jordan or Phil Roberts. Will Lutil is. J m11 a be Queen. A i f Nii i. Sra. Ism Ani probable riders. G. Hoblit f. Cameron s. Cow above b. Johns us v bad at anything like a Sharp Tarn. Bonnertown must be respected on his last showing on this track ?.rcl lady Nallen was dead unlucky in being left in last saturday s welter. If Vesuvius is As Good As her admirers reckon she should be Able to win Here but Stag. Que on cannot be recommended after. Last week. Eastgate has her to win As a guide and Seal Flower almost invariably does Well on this track. The Field May be a Little too Classy for mor Billy and none of the others look attractive. Vesuvius or lady Nallen. 5.20flying Handicap. Six furlongs. Taysia Seal 3 i 8 com Sivam i Iii Nallen 8 4 i Dian Seal t to Viu s 2 pistol grip 7 Queen 8 0 Eta Miu 7 i of 7 11 Dolorosa 7 y inc. Invercoe 7 711j.en. 7 7 Sciort Vesuvius or lady Nallen. Observer tag Alaor lady Alten. 1-ti.ly Nallen Queen l i Iii ii. Of Viu i. T it i i. C a. Joh Rii c. . B. Matzoh. H. Ankir w. Tumor the South Eastern round of meetings will commence shortly. Penola will open the Ball with their gathering on february 20, i and then will follow Millicent in february 27. The mount Gambier . Will hold its autumn meeting on wednesday March 5, nominations for which Fah due with Secretary j. H. Sheppard net later than 9 . On monday february 18. Weights will fee declared on thursday february and horses not scratched by 9 pm. On Friday february 29, will be regarded As acceptors. The programme is an attractive one and the Secretary notifies that the mount Gambier club will allow half freights on horses nominated who do not win a race. E Call for finest scotch whisky and always de on a Winner. Sole agents a. F. Cleland and s 0ns, Ltd. Licensed Victualler i 1 s t s f All Winner swell supported that the newly formed licensed Victualler racing club is not lacking in popularity was amply demonstrated at Victoria Park on saturday when the initial gathering of this body was held. The attendance was a splendid one and As Over �33.000 went through the tote the committee of the club should be Well satisfied with the result. The Beautiful weather experienced was also a Factor in the Success of the meeting. Out of the seven races run two were captured by favourites and each of j the others was taken by a heavily supported candidate. I first per ambulate the first division trial Winner mor Billy is one of r. E. H. Hope r s Breeding being by per ambulate. Mor Billy is the first of the Stock by the local Derby Winner to race and As he had started Only a couple of times previously on metropolitan courses his easy Success was a creditable Effort. Restful dam of mor Billy also produced other winners in miss restful arise and Sweet rest but saturday s Winner May prove to be the Best of her progeny. Mor Billy is a gift horse having been presented to his owner Mayoh Miller by r. E. H. Hope and it a intended to race him aver hurdles. He is trained by the sex Cross country Isder Harry Butler. Had Millanne won it would have gone Down in history that the first race at the . Meeting had Beer captured by a local Boniface As the Green Seal Cihiy is owned and trained by Tom Coward of the Prince Alfred hotel. Misanna was badly drawn and did not get Clear As she did at j Morphet Tville. Another threes year old in Polyxena also showed 1 encouraging form. Another favorite punters had made a Good Start with mor Billy and they did not hesitate to take a Short Price 1 about farm ote in the second heat of the trials. The favorite had shown Good form for a race of this sort by running third in a division of the welter on new year s Day and the Issue on saturday was never really in doubt. George mules who Rode farm ote had been married Only on the previous wednesday so that the Success would come As an acceptable wedding present. Farm ote is a three year old by Golden cock s sire cock of the North and is out of a a Elginn Mare. He should pay his Way. J both divisions of the trial occupied exactly the same time 1.22both were won by favourites and in each Case the Victory was a comfortable one. Maryska showed improvement by beating everything but farm ote although in another stride or so took warring would have run her Down and deprived her Money. The margin Between them was narrow enough to cause plenty of discussion As to the judge s placings. J Falls spoil hurdle race i what would probably have been a Good race was spoilt by a cot Ipie of Well backed runners in the hurdles coming to grief in unfortunate circumstances. The favorite mount c i three or four months ago and her i comparatively poor race in Tho new year s gift must be attribute j Able to. The fact that she was feel \ ing the effects of her strenuous i run in the port cup. Crusader tailed off Early in the piece and was still a Long Way Back at the Home turn there being then Only a couple behind him. He came with a Good run in the Home stretch and actually headed the Field but the Effort was too much and he could not sustain it. The second favorite pass ado put up a poor Light but the Veteran dependence who suffers off j and on from lameness ended up fourth. The English Colt Buff line had his first run Over a distance he was slow away from the Barrier but was picking up ground at the end and should yet prove a Winer. J another to Dora Dighton Tiralla was picked on As prime fancy in the juvenile Handicap but although he momentarily threatened trouble in the straight he failed to come on and Dora Dighton who was always in tha Lead ran Home untroubled this was the sir Dighton filly g second Success within a Mont i and she now appears to have settled Down much better. She ran out her race on saturday without any signs of stopping. The Tel Egony filly Telegraphis secured her first divvy when she wore Down flying counter and thus gained second Money. She is the first of her sire s progeny to be tried on the racecourse. Flying counter was fairly Well fancied and put up a respectable showing. She is a sister to the ill fated la Baguette and is it the same stable As wee passe. Chatain was. Running on at the end but her stablemate Marseilles who tins time carried some Money failed to see out the journey. T6 Fien was in the same Case. Favorite s misfortune when it was seen that lady Nallen had drawn a posit Ovi alongside the rails she was elect cd a decided favorite for the welter rid her supporters were probably unfortunate in not securing either first or second dividend. Several of the runners broke through the ropes and toilet rider of the favorite was turning his mount round when the order was Given to go. The result was that lady Nallen was last to begin and thus lost the advantage she would have gained from her position. She did Well in the circumstances to finish so close to the leaders. Pop along who had been withdrawn from the sprint race a favor of the Mike event wis always handily placed and raft away from her antagonists Over the last Little bit registering fast time. Although she did not mar age 16 win a race As a youngster the my Poppo filly is making amends Thi season and it should not be Long before she scores in even better company than that she met on saturday. Half Way Down the straight Par Vista held the Lead Ore he died away a Little and Phil Roberts who had occupied a sin air position on new year s Day again ended up second paying a remarkably Good Price. The Pony paving away put in a Good showing but Guillemot who was Ridden a waiting race failed to come on. A course record in winning the association i Handicap in 1.192, lady prise Ilia established a fresh course record for six and a half furlongs and time that is Only Sec. Slower than the state record for the distance held jointly by Alo Cosia and St Speed it was appropriate that lady Prisc Illa should win As she is rated by a licensed Victualler in j. Flannagan and the race was named after the . Association it could not be said that lady Priscilla r s form was unexposed As she had led in a mile welter at Morphet Tville on new year s Day the my Poppo filly pop along returning to scale after her Success in the welter l. V. Meeting on saturday win r. Eddy w. Dick sport photo. I the a talc. Nelson hotel Nelson on the Glenelg hiver2k Miles from it. Tariff �3 3/ 10/ per Day. Mile and a half from Mouth of River. Splendid Beach Beautiful River scenery. Two motor launches fishing shooting Tennis and Golf course Laid out by victorian expert. Electric Light and electric treatment. Motor t garage. The Well known Boxer pop mar All Over a Trail a Jim t. Millerick proprietor. Adjacent Victoria Park Bace Coul. General Havelock hotel Hutt Street Adelaide. Bob Scott proprietor late Tumby Bay. The House of All sports. Good accommodation and table wines spirit Sand ales All tru. Phone Central 2605. O Label

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