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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - June 20, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia essentially a Brush horse. It is a Long time since Likely has been seen in winning vein but Jolly tinker has scored on a couple of occasions Over the obstacles. St. Simonian stays pretty Well but at Victoria Park took All the sting out of himself by clouting heavily and Marmorata was pulled up ii. The same race. Snip Adona has toe and if he Dodges trouble is going to take picking up but Irish boy is too unreliable to recommend. Both Golden gain and wee orator especially the latter May Lave prospects. Epictetus or Sandridge. To Start at 3.30. Port Adelaide Steeple. About three Miles. Epictetus 11 7 enc Cun. King 9 7 Centre 10 12 snip Adona 9 6 Sandridge 10 10 Irish boy 9 0 Likely 10 g disturb q 0 10 g Golden gain 9 0 st. Simonian 10 3 Fia Irne 9 0 tin Brae 10 2 wee Orsor 9 0 a i Armolita 9 12 to e sport Epictetus or Sandridge. Observer Epictetus or Joy tinker. Or chicle epic Elias or Jolly tinker i Erth in Centre Epictetus Marmorata. Aele rider. C. L. She . He i via a av5ii la a Thomas Jav i g. Hull c , a. Jf., Kui Rue w. G. Sol Ali Quebec welter second division. This is by no Means a Strong eld and with 8.12 miss Netley should have Strong claims. At the May meeting of this club Northway s charge was narrowly beaten Over this ground by Blank Fil and miss aides the mile occupying 1.41 hand she had a Pound More in the Saddle on that occasion a Good race in the City and also in the . Winter Handicap emphasize the credentials of do Flora it pop along has failed softly of Date. Bonnie gift is a possibility it Diane la last week gave indications of better things to come the handiest of the rest of the eld May be the in and out Antoniale who would have a great show 3i_she would Gallop honestly. None of the others Appeal at All. Pon Flora or miss Ess Netley. To Start at 4.10 Quebec welter. Second division. Oae Netley 8 12 Bon Tir ass 11 u 7 7 sax 1 " i ii or set i ? crime Nice do Flora or Dianelli probable riders. Mis pc Tler. R Llo Flora. " w ifs i a Vista. Medhurst to. K o s Divett Handicap. Since he downed st. Roseate on this track Early last month Earl Simon has been More or less of a failure and a poor fourth in the Rose Park Handicap on the Holiday has not enhanced his claims. Golden cock does not Appeal greatly and lady Linnea seems to turn it up when tackled in sprint company. Little Linda and stage Queen Are a pair of mares who have often shown a partiality for this five but some opera did not show up at All last week. Indian Seal is just a possibility and Bobina is on the improve. If Labung were at his Best he would read hard to defeat and Surie is a Slick beginner. Nothing much takes the fancy among the lighter weights the Best of whom May be Tangari. Little Linda or stage Queen. To Start at 4.50. Divett Handicap. Five k Irons. Eur Simon 9 0 a i Honor r. Golden cock s 13 lanky 6 Glady z 12 Anion 6 so ulc Linda s 9 Lantana g 7n? be a n 7 some opera s 3 Lanoski 6 7 Jio an Seal 7 10 Milanna 6 7 of Ibiza 7 7 Bessia 6 7 Labung 6 13 silk sox 6 7 Lii in 6 m Don Anton 6 7 Greer. Step 6 11 the sport Little Linda or Siree Queen observer lady Linnea or Little Linda. Chronicle some opera or Earl Simon. Northern sportsman Labung Little Linda Golden cock. Probable riders. Earl i Tenn. I a
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