Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia
25 Jul 1924

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25 Jul 1924

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - July 25, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia at 5.10. Balmoral Handicap. Six furlongs. Lowest Handicap weight 7 st. Sveet magic 9 3 lib Siton 7 12 i ing of mirth s 12 Eia Bung. 7 13 tit rinse 3 11 ice. 7 � s age Queen s 10 a a m 7 2 Toptine r 11 miss Rosa 7 2 of try Linnea s 9 in i g m 7 i Vesuvius s s 7 g Osden cock s 7 curvy g Lills Lodi 8 2 . To 7 0 so Hardric s 0 Suannah 7 0 snort Syf Nagine or King of . To e observer a in of m Rhi or the Iii. chronicle King of mirth Iff Golden a flak up crts King of Mph. Than inc. Goldan cock. Pro Daele r Ders. Kingjr of Misli j. r 1 fila a i icon �. Tell. / a. Xit Rahaim i t. f 0. j Libi Tum k. Meiji Ivr r Lio Liina 11. i Viler m. J i sift f i ,c, National entries nominators for the .c. C and National hurdle race and c and a in Ial steeplechase to run or. August 1g and 23 re actively closed on monday and i the entry is not numerically so As in the previous t. O seams there looks to be of material available to i Ike interesting racing. There 48 in the race Over the Battels and 37 in the contest Over i big Timber. The. Interstate tries for the hurdles comprise a Gosy by Thomond Zhybaj. Roselar Dahda and i ogani.i., and a fillip would be Given to t in sport if the Las named couple a re to pit in an appearance As t icy 1 up second and third respectively in the . National Kii die Rico. Grog Anite and Jair. Vrho Sigure in the list Are of it a. Acceptors for the australian hurdles to be run on sat Day. A d their form will be v etched v Ith interest. Quite a i umber of the entrants in the t Een Leeh be hold the right to run 7 the australian steeplechase i be decided to Morrow week Tolg the m being Hama Berrith Palm Var Lynian Brood Nde abes bar and some Worth. I st rally. Hama will be top Vight. An 1, having been weighted 12.11 for the Caulfield four s Ler j. Fianna an s gelding is a itch it hot in Adelaide. A " Ribee chased flee Stone and i Oma at Fleming ton a fort resort for i f f i s s Beautiful River and Gulf motors for hire.pnone30 . Visit0r s rpt vat obtainable All leading h0te15. Dalgety & flo., agents Currie Street w w s and losers at Eulunda at Tudur Juja on saturday a Bra King landed his second stake the former being at Jurray Ridge since being brought to Adelaide to be trained by Sam Little who a so pilots him in All of his engagements. The Willie Trenton gelding had an easy task last week As he was not headed during the second round. Scottish Freedom a scottish boy gelding in Sam Evans s stable shaped rather promisingly and it was Only a bad Blunder at the last flight that enabled Zizzo to defeat him for second Money. Englefield s brother Racquet went Well while his condition lasted. The first heat of the Novice went to the two year old Don Gingham who readily accounted for the favorite Bessia. Don Gingham who is galloping More freely than Ever before is a Hal brother by Gock of the North to Gin Gmal and lady Linnea and is in the same stable As the latter. In the second division of the Novice the unusual occurrence of a dead heat Between stablemates in australian Queen and lord Spasa was witnessed. The former was a warm favorite while the i.,4-4 o oar old by st. Spasa from the dam of Bonnyrigg v As at an outside Price. Alf Doyle Rode a particularly vigorous finish on Loi d Spasa. Nothing had a Chance in the Eulunda Handicap with Henlow who led practically All the Way from Flag fall and comfortably held off our artillery and the favorite Andrada. Henlow is by Shuja who has not been so Suc och a s Breed ing would Lead one to anticipate a could be the ease. The Cylon lackadaisical Mare Dolorosa annexed the flying Handicap her first Victory for a Long while but miss Rosa May have reversed positions with her had she been brought on the scene a Little earlier. In the division of the trials peach Melba came along with a smart run and relegated Bessia again into second place and it seems that the Ibex Mare is fated of to win a race. Peach Melba is by Norak from that rather smart Galloper Lindley and about three seasons ago will be remembered As having chased Black Fox Home in a Novice at the Bridge. She is trained by Hughie Campbell. Anri was nicely piloted by Barney Lindsay who has landed dividends for Campbell s stable. Following on the Forward running of Bon Gingham and lord another two year old in inc Sands was sem in winning Lovs in the second heat of the trials. The Winner who is by the j sire As san Bee and master Orient gave nothing else a show. To of dead Heaters for second in this race Are rather 1 Weli is Riel mares Sii Riny. Egiy eing a sister to Peac a a Iii ugh not built in 9iich Good lines As the Goodwood Winner Wise Selwyn is by lord Alwyne from Eastern sea a half Sistr to Wynette. Miss Ninde for her defeat in the. Flying b a taking the i welter Coni Foi table from open in a who was also haying his sec ind rain for de. Afternoon. The Miner is by Salvator Rofena who pad a visit to this state at gup time some years ago. Murray bring it was rather a pity that the Murray Bridge Hunt club races clashed with the Eulunda fixture As although Tuth were much More successful than last year the division of interests resulted in a smaller attendance at both tracks than would have been the Case with Only one meeting staged. The trial stakes fell to Don Anton who is a half brother by st. Anton to the port cup Winner pop pop but Wanda a who will probably be seen Over the Sticks shortly gave him a rather hard tussle. In the trial steeplechase a poor lot did duty and the Larrikin who went Well in the drag cup at the port until he toppled Over j i. Landed the spoils. He is by Woodcroft who was once in j. James s stable and who also sired Wood lil. Only a Short while ago Stan Garvie secured a lease of Strzelecki King and the Northern bred gelding scored in the new colors at the first time of asking. Garvie was confident of Success and in the circumstances Stree Lecci King paid a handsome dividend. The drag cup Winner curtain fire had Little difficulty in holding off Boucaud boy in the three mile Hunt club cup and Odds at the rate of 5 to 4 was a Good return about the Winner. The Windlesham gelding Here s Luck who had shown Pace at Cheltenham was a Little better favorite than Anton Mac for the flying Handicap but in the hands of the Veteran Amateur j. Bott. The latter overhauled Here s Luck and scored decisively. The same Amateur horseman had another winning turn in the concluding event the welter in which the old Antonio gelding Martino finished Well and beat the port Bracelet Winner Bon Tir. Guillemot at Geelong. A South australian who saw Guillemot race at Geelong advises that the Cylon gelding should not be condemned on that Outing As in the circumstances he ran a really meritorious race. Guillemot was left about half a dozen lengths at the Start but picked up his ground in Good style and was moving up nicely when he met with interference and dropped out. Notwithstanding this he made another Effort and ended up close behind the place getters. A successful family. Havelock who captured the Lillimur two year old at Caulfield on saturday comes from a most successful dam. By Lucknow he is out of Cardinal and Black a prolific dam of winners. Included in this Mare s progeny have been All colors. Sadanga Tabangay. Reedah Cerise and Green and ethers. Half brother to Goblin. Hob Pali Winner of the steeplechase at Caulfield last saturday k by Eaton lad from Pixie and is therefore a half brother to the sex local performer Hobgoblin to when under Dobbin s care added the .c. Grand National hurdle race. 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