Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia 14 Mar 1924
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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - March 14, 1924, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia it mint i the Amateur turf club provided a most enjoyable Day s racing at Cheltenham on saturday last. There.W.R. several close finishes and the Public interest was keen throughout. This comparatively newly instituted body has undoubtedly caught Oil with owners trainers and the general Public and the extra i acing it provides is always Welcome. No unbiased person would say that the sport is overdone in this state and As proof that such is not the Case one Only has to consider attend i ances and totalisator investments. Which Are if not actually still in the up Grade yet remarkably Well sustained. The rain experienced during the week had but tended to consolidate the turf and the track was in capital order some smart times being registered. Rycroft and his rider break their the Benefit of a 71b. Allowance on account of his Pilot j. Keogh never having Ridden a Winner at a registered meeting the hitherto disappointing Rycroft proved a rather Good thing in the trial stakes which was limited exclusively to Amateur riders. The Winner was purchased As a yearling in Sydney by t. Kelly and carried that Trainer s colors on saturday. He had several times gained minor places in races Over varying distances but this avas the first race he managed to win outright. Some of the credit of the Victory must go to the rider Olio gave a Nice exhibition. He does a Good Deal of Riding.W.R. on he tracks. Pull puff battled on gamely enough when caught but was not quite Good enough at the weights she was conceding the Winner a Pound and Bessia again faded out. The favorite Newbattle was a considerable distance out of is ground coming Down the Side and therefore did Well to gain third Money. He seems a Long Way be i Low the class of his dam pistol 1 Beli e stylish hurdle Victory. Quite a stylish Perzov Nonnce a Rej Risteau to by St. Aka. In catering the a Lurk race. And i he displayed a Zigu a Well for in career in the Fui Uro. Coming to the in of Slick hews at the Tail of the Hunt but. Jumping fast and sue by the time a mile had been covered was in a Handy position. He took the Lead. At the turn and came Home full of running. J St. Laity s Trainer Carrio Northway has not experienced much Luck for some time but his ability has never been doubted. His Faith in the St. Spasa gelding who is Only a four year old was vindicated on saturday. If one of his charges fails up to Standard on the Flat Northway has Little hesitation in popping him Over the Sticks and he also believes in giving Chanceton his own boys. Jim Kean is not one of those reckoned As fashionable , but no fault could be found with the dashing manner in which he handled St. Laity. Lorzana put up the Best race of her career but would have even better had she not a Hance i several of the jumps. Vera x. Was a distinct disappointment. Hands up was Bowling along in front approaching the Lii a Highl. Hut when he sighted Icho must have wondered what was the matter. He jumped it very slowly but did a Little better at inc next. The experience should do him a world of Good. Youngster s game Effort. A few Yards from the Post in the two year old race the to weight Tiralla looked a certain Winner but Elonara finished with rare gain eness and had a Bare advantage As they flashed Over the line. The Winner is by the English horse Chipilly and was a cheap yearling. He is owned and trained by a. J. Scott who had Pisto Larie when the Long legged gelding ran second in the Fulham Park plate. It was a coincidence that Elonara was also equal to gaining second Money in a division of the Fulham this season in which to beat everything but Tiralla he so narrowly downed on this occasion. Elonara was Given Only on race after the grand National meeting and his out in a on Satin Day was the first since then. So that it was not surprising that he j returned a heal had Send. Gay boy again ended up third and peaceful chief was Vesp Orrne for rather an lira votive race. T is Shord land to event to . -o.-Iivdc-.sr. No a h Al a Chance and i.-a-,v or fun was rather disc edited by neither Paidos Chatain nor Marseilles taking o a in the actual in so. The pistol oui utter to French will be All the belter in the Outing and May be expected i = show to advantage in the near future. A couple of newcomers.W.R. Dez and Gay element the former is by Lornit from Clanyard and is in Reid s stable while Gay element is a filly by comedy King from Kaunda and is trained by Pitt arson. The storm s Handicap. The storm has several times displayed a partiality for the port course and he landed the to of club Handicap in Good style. He was conceding weight to everything in the race but Para too who gave him 121b.and lady Naik a who met him on level Ter Sand he finished with Resolution. About a month ago he had been a close third to lady Nallen and Den acre Over this same ground but he met the Eye Glass Mare on half a Stone better terms this time and decisively avenged has defeat Al laity s Piscil Jim Kean. Also had the mount 011 miss Xelha and the Ivla Elgwyn Mare who a in nearly a Stone compared with her impost when Pistole no downed her at Gawker Hung on pretty tenaciously to gain Seco Ivl Money. It locks As though Piralic would have been something to bet on in some of those Juniper Flat rare 5? held recently. He ended up with a fast run 011 saturday was in fact gory in faster than anything at the end and was unlucky in not getting into a dividend. A few Yards from the Post his Pilot had to pull him to the inside to get 08 the heels of the storm and As lie was when the was reached Little More than a head away from miss Nelley no in turn was a similar trifle behind the Winner it can be seen How Well he was travelling. J Pisto Iene began Well enough but almost a once commenced to drop Back until there was Only one horse behind her. She then began j a Forward move parsed in Bilof the Field and ended up of i j a from the placed horses. The runaway Jutes Jordan a col arc before the straight j enu Vea. But the Gawlas welter v. . To of s Tir in j a . Pc i inn Ino St Solo j and tin amateurs.W.R. j Given a second ii Foj Unity Dur a the ave noon to Duplay then prowess or otherwise in the Saa die. J the majority went for ii Jaa whose Viilers claimed an allowance but the a test the. Favorite could do was to run a close , under punishment to the sex victorian perform or tallow. The general impression among watchers of the.W.R. Victoria Park appeared to be Tel now would not see. Out the journey hut the . Gelding no was a Good third in the Hunt i in Bracelet last september landed the cleverly if not easily air r acting in the role of pacemaker for most of the distance. Tallow has now won a couple of times since arriving in this state and it was rather a Feather in the Cap of his painstaking Trainer. Ash James to Ianul him a Winner on saturday without a Povio run in Public for Soma months. Over the last Hundred Yards departure came like a shot out of a gun. And had he put in a bit earlier would have taken some holding aft. Kildonan ice. Finished Well after in the Tail of the Hunt at one Rnic. Hyt Coone. Who was a hides with Tho the Home Bend ded out in the straight Way. Easy for top Hole. The welter proved easy for top Hole to vein. His weight was reduced to 8.12 through the advantage of a Tib. Apprentice allowance and a berth close to the rails was also in his favor. Before the Field had gone far lady Linnea was out by herself in Jules Jordan style but top Hole was Al ways chasing her. Lie j d eve. On to the j Leader at the turn and that the end of her. J she struggled on a bit further. But the Green Seal gelding had her measure and he left her in the Home run and won ably. A i editing Little Gaur a i .an-i-.--. ins third Success. Lady Lenuca. Who seas a.W.R. favorite should do better if starved 011 the a -.w.r., at the cart of in Momich. Judging by the Vay in which to Wiackl Vic so Alfh up Well Villi lie at Ciao Tehani --,0 Rene ago and Sugai i -. N \ Ursy. Dees not a Lvii i Fig. I 1 v i a. Drew an Onsi in n a of. J at the Start did veil to end a. Coon in a race where the p was on All the Way. And by mid was also respectably at the close. Topholm s backers re Vivod a. Good dividend in fact Seldom has i the Green Seal gelding won without figuring at a Nice Price in the betting. Guillemot Lucky. Guillemot was installed favorite in the concluding event of the Day. The Para Handicap of ovo furlongs and although he land. ? his supporters their wagers he v a Little Lucky. He commenced l tie Home 1 with Only a slight advantage his nearest pursuers and Earl Simon but a Little 1 her on was out by himself. Then some opera on the 0 1 de tackled him and with re civil ii gelding a Nging out n i re Goi to within half a Kead i him on tile Post. A stride or two further c i his Victory would have been it de into defeat. Iii end As it Thuro was doubt As to which r of alight t 0 judge s Eye. Ions of so differing. The St. A Mare is a. V., class and it Shoi thl not be in. G before she is a Nung i i the h sprint company in the state. Sec was conceding the Winner a Lead at one stage and As the us o was run in a Shade Over 59 s y a there was 110 dawdling in Way. Stage Queen and Abbey no both ran fairly but Vesuvius not really get in the Orefic. U the Outing should Benefit the Las mentioned. St. Laity returning to scale after winking the Hur 7 race at Cheltenham last saturday with j. Kean in the Saddle. W. Dick sport i " 0. ?. 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