Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia
2 May 1924

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2 May 1924

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - May 02, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia to Start at 2.35. 0avington steeplechase. About two Miles three furlongs. Sandridge in 0 Banff 9 2 Jolly tinker 10 12 Vyree Trunnion 9 o Kars 10 4 lady Beatrice. 9 0 inc Ter Kino 10 o Boucaud boy 9 o master Mark 10 o Nairne 9 0 Irish boy 9 3 t a sport Kars or Sandridge. Ii server Jolly tinker or Kars. Cut Ronicle Jolly tinker or Kars. Kor them sportsman Kars Nairne or wee Trunnion. I. Probable riders. Jolly to mkt i l. Shepard Kars Hawkins j encounter King. Frawley f. Irish Uty a. Mules John Lewis stakes. Twelve months ago when this race was run for the first time st. Speed Goiden cock and Den acre filled the places and the Trio Are engaged again. St. Speed showed Good form at the recent autumn meetings in Victoria and beats him should win. The owner of the st. Anton gelding e. E. H. Hope also has another candidate helicopter engaged and it would not be surprising to see them both placed. St. Speed overthrew Den acre at this distance at Cheltenham at Christmas time and then went on and won both at Morphet Tville and Victoria Park at ., and he should again hold the Black horse. The englishman Shanky is a Good Galloper who has been winning his faces stylishly in Victoria and it in hard yet to say How Good he i. It is hard however to see by of the rest Golden cock Tagala or Sweet Magne Downing st. Speed at these weights and Over this distance. St. Speed or Shanky to Start at 3.15. John Lewis stakes six and a half furlongs Para too 9 0 Golden cock 8 11 Den acre 9 o Tagala 8 11 lord fully 9 0 Sweel Maolne 8 11 some opera 8 12 st. Speed 8 11 Kibano 8 11 crusader 8 11 Shanky s in helicopter 8 6 to e sport st. Speed or Shanky. Observer st. Speed or helicopter. Chronicle Shanky or st. Speed Fiort Harn sportsman st. Speed helicopter of Shanky. A. Probable riders. Den acre. A. U a. Years i Home Oil Vul r. Med Hurt / a lanky Selby / Tasula Matron j Cruz Ader Redden r. Msj Peorl hopi Rood i Sverni Jinich Law Renoir helicopter j. Daniels York division. Josef did not Cut much of a figure at Onka paring but Pistolese ran a Fine race in the cup on easter monday and followed it up with a Good Effort in last saturday s sprint race. Southgate Only just squeezed Home last week and the extra poundage May pull Lum up but pop along who has previously scored at a mile indicated in Vesuvius race at Tatte Falls that she is getting into form again. Spinifex has done nothing for some time but Bonnie gift did better at Tattersall than at his two immediately previous runs. Arberry does not appear to stick too Well but for Glen should perhaps be judged on his Oak Bank form. Decorum has shown an aptitude for this track and he May create a Surprise. Pop along or Pistolese. Josef pistol ens to Start at 3.55. York welter. One mile. First division. 10 4 for Glen 7 8 9 2 or. Scott 7 8 Southgate 8 12 pistol grip 7 s pop along 8 10 decorum 7 7 spinifex s 3 flying slave 7 7 Bonnie gift 8 0 Mitt Adalla 7 7 chief ton 8 0 silverside 7 7 Arberry 7 9 yellow Arry 7. 7 the sport pop along or Pistolese. Observer spinifex or Southgate. Cli Ronicle for Glen or Southgate. Kort Harn sportsman Southgate spin i f o r Bonnie gift. Probable i. / South grate Mulos pop along. E 1jt spinifex Selby Bonnie gift Medl burst chief tone but Loti arb Eirv i. F. Cameron pistol grip h decorum h. Wilson silverside g. Hobby u York division. It is some time now since top Hole has shown winning form but he had no Luck at Oak Bank arid his chances were prejudiced last saturday by drawing a bad Marble. Were he to draw a Good position to Morrow he should make a fight of it. Miss Netley was heavily supported a week ago Only to fail but no fault could be found with the Way in which Chelate won her race. The Cylon filly led practically from Flag fall and As she triumphed with something in hand the extra weight should not prove prohibitive. Blank Fil generally runs just Well enough to get beaten and Strzelecki King although partial to the port track has run much below form lately. Steel Bronze appears to be coming a nicely and with natural improvement since last saturday he should be in a place this time. Passaway registered a creditable Effort in last week s Handicap and my jewel May have an outside Chance. Chelate or steel Bronze. To Start at 4.35. York welter. One mile. Second division. Top Hole 9 3 Cilika s son miss Netley s 13 la Vista Chelate 8 11 fas away Blank Fil 8 5 Battleaxe Strzelecki dome Rock King 8 l miss aides Dianella o my jewel steel Bronze 7 10 Terr Orall the sport Chelate or steel Bronze. Observer Chelate or Blank Fil. Chronicle Blank Fil or Chelate. Northern sportsman top Hole Blank Fil or steel Bronze. Probable riders. Miss Netley f. Cameron Chelate i Redden slip Kail m t. Roberts Dianella l Tamedl burst la Vista pc � & h. Walsh i is Sway a j. Daniels my jewel m Tat it Jenkins Cheltenham Park Handicap. Probably either one of the to weights st. Roseate and Jarl Simon will score in this with most danger to. Be apprehended from Labung. With none the Best of the Luck in the Early part Earl Simon ran Down st. Roseate in the straight in the Hills railway but against this it must be borne in mind that the st. Anton gelding is better on the port track than anywhere. Both Are working splendidly. At Oak Bank Labung Hung Well to st. Roseate until the Home run was begun and As that was the Blague gelding s first Outing for a Long time he should strip in better heart tomorrow. Jules Jordan and Guillemot read a Little too close to Earl Simon and Little Linda May be in need of a race. Neither lady Linnea nor Mam bin looks to be quite class enough. Earl Simon or st. Roseate. To Start at 5.15. Cheltenham Park hand i Cap. Five furl or a. St. Roseate 9 12 lad r i. Nonea 7 Earl Simon 9 2 margin 7 Jules Jordan 8 12 Labung 7 Guillemot 8 10 last up 6 Little Linda 8 0 first Gen 6 7 the sport Earl Simon or st. Roseate. Observer st. Roseate or Earl Simon. Chronicle st. Roseate or Labung. Northern sportsman ear Simon Guillemot or st. Roseate. Probable riders. St. Roseate k. Medl burst Earl Simon a Cameron Jules Jordan u j. Daniels Guillemot Teale Little Linda t. Roberta Mam bin Marshall by Buff i. Led Hunt first gun. Turner obtainable All Lea dim b0tei& dal Tetyak c0 233. Owner Sand trainers reminders a port races May 3. . Races Hay 10, 14, 17 weights first hurdles and Fisher Handicap monday May 5. Third payments. Acceptances and half forfeits first Day wednesday. May 7. Ood Nadatta races May 1 and 17. Gawler races May 24. . Races May 31, june 7 and 9 general entries. Tuesday May 6. Licensed Victualler races june 14. Mount Gambier races Juns 18, 19. Nominations thursday May 28. Weights for first Day also trial cup and welter thursday May 29 other second Day events wednesday. June is. Acceptances first Day and trial Cut and welter monday Juna 9 other second Day events half hour before races. I on the tracks Victoria Park. The grass about 10 Yards from the inner rails. Dependence and Golden gain ran half a mils in 56. M. A i 2 even time Over a mile. Chatain took 52 Over half a mile. Lord. De Nam and decorum went a mile in 1.52j. Romantic and Miscal half a mils in 55. Earl Simon 3 furlon0s in 37. Jolly tinker 3 Furlong is in 44. Arberry Oali oped a mile in 37. Lecoma 3 furlongs in-37. So Long covered a mile in 1.50. Mantellini and Canni Wirra 3 Furlong is in 40. Mitt Adalla ran a mile in 1.55. Marcel wave and King of All spurted 3 furlongs in 36. Pass ado and sir Archibald ran h Miles in 2.20. Sibalis and King Urney got to the end of 5 furlongs in 1.41. Urley Halfss mile in 57. Tress Vale even time Over a mile the storm and lady Nallen reeled off half a mile in 48. Miss aides ran a mile in 1.481. Sandridge even time Over if Miles. S0cratea ran a mile in 1.52j. Listolier spurted 3 furlongs in 36. Blu Coyte cantered Over 3 furlongs. Do Flora and Hawthorn a mile in evens. Slow work was done by the following pop Pep st. Roseate. Lord Varco Rytel. Dora Dighton storm Gaie Polyxena Stormy Day. Dome Rook Simon Castle do Flora. So Dia Royal Signet antonine Wembley. Dolorosa some opera. Strzelecki King top Hole. Argument and ethers. Morphet Tville. Thursday. On the grass. Chaparral 8 in even. Prince aides a mile in 1.s0 Taj mahal a mile in 1.49. Cap Ancus 5 in 1.10. Cadengo once round in 2.43, last 10 in 2.30. Dream lady and Buff line a. Mile in 1.50. Oakworth 3 in 39. Kibano 5 in 1.6. Den acre 6 in 1.18 j. Shakly 3 in 38. Dez 4 in 53. Helicopter and passaway 6 in 1.19. Cash Box and Rae Bank 5 in 1.7. Sweet Magne 6 in 1.20. Cul Burra. And c00l1ng1 4 in 522. Southgate6 ii 1.211 Millhi 6 in ij-9. New Battle and Dlane Lla 6 in 1.20. Steel Bronze 6 in 1.1&. Montella and Mentmore 3 in 3s1. Farmc0te .9 in 2.5. Knife pm cart pm All talk 3 n 40. Rycroft and Susannah 5 in 1.7, on the Tan. Royal rip 10 in 2.151. Pothana once round in 2.45. Ba1llie guard 4 in 54. St. Speed and Stormy petrel 6 i 1 21 1. Stage Bov 10 in 2.221. Duke purple 8 in l."46. Leahcim and King of mirth 10 in 2.1s. Chelate 2 in 24j. Guillemot 4 in 49j. Gay element 3 in 40. Tiralla 4 in 50. Little Linda 7 in 1.321. First gun 3 in 362 main top a37 37 a pop along 7 in 1.35. Labung 4 in 491. Victress 7 in evens. Peace Dove once round in 2.403. O tuesday s Best gallops. Morphet Tville. Three furlongs Labung 38 Little Linda 385. Four furlongs Elonara 51. Five furlongs first gun 1.4. Six furlongs st. Speed and King of mirth 1.17j Den acre 1.18. One mile puff puff 1.49. One round Leahcim 2.34. Victoria Park. Three furlongs Earl Simon 34 2-5 reception 37. Four furlongs ready. Nallen 48 the storm 49i. Five furlongs st. Roseate 1.2 Dora Dighton 1.4 six furlongs Murillo Bud 1.21. One mile miss aides 149. Of 1 another contingent of horses for the local cup meetings is expected to arrive from Melbourne on saturday evening. Norman Godby is due Vith three of his charges including Berrimo and station and Dick Bradfield May Tive by the same train with a team of half a dozen. All the above will be quartered at the Globe hotel Glenelg. Drewitt s Kalgoorlie hotel Hindle Street under new management late Burra and Kooring. Large clean bar Walkerville on draught very cosy up to Date Saloon bottles True to Label we specialise in accommodating country visitors. Only liquors of highest Quality stocked Telephone Central 3930. Independen i football criticisms read. Them in the Midnight Sun 99 order it from your newsagent All the Independent a Champion sire c y m South Australia s loss was Victoria s gain and it was a sad Day for South australian horse flesh when the son of spearmint left for Victoria and the 3,000 is. Remained behind. South Australia has had some great sires and sporting scribes Are fond of championing the sores of Days gone by but Here we had in our midst one of the Best horses in Australia and we let him go. Richmond Park Fulham and other studs have Given winners to the turf but let us Analyse the Dongs of j Cylon in his Short reign and see if any other sires in South Australia can compare with him As a getter of winners having comparative regard to the Short time he stood Here. In his first year he got Loch Linne second in Fulham plate in his second year he got cycles the Winner and such Galloper As Vesuvius Stormy Day Montella the storm hemisphere Chelate prion Dick Irish and others have come from his services. In fact it is hard to name a foal that has not won or been placed. And Cylon owes his prestige to his Merit alone As though st. Anton and others have been boomed by certain scribes this writer has always advocated for Cylon and As time passes by proof of the judgment is being vindicated. Deeds not words won the Empire and in the Equine world Cylon is proving a certain scribe to be either a poor judge or a Biassed critic. He has come and gone but May his name be remembered by the deeds of his. Progeny and it looks As though it will be immortalized on the scroll of Fame of Noble equines which not Only won races but whose Stock followed suit ass. Another lady owner. The English Mare dream lady will in future race in the name of mrs. J. Netter. Two visitors a couple of Adelaide owned by Melbourne trained horses in Shanky and helicopter have ars Rived in anticipation of forr com. Org engagements at the autumn meetings. Shanky travelled Well and has gone into Martin Whelan s stable where Chaparral another of a. Netter s pads is also to heated. Whelan will have charge _ of Shanky through the carnival and Frank Dempse y has been engaged to Pilot him in the Good cod Handicap. Helicopter Wens eff his Tucker on the trip but i. Mccann his Trainer reckoned fee would soon be right again successful victorian boy a ? a f. Less a. Seen secured for a. Lac a Ter in has engagements i e stand by s rider. Frank Dempsey who has been engaged for Shanky in the Goodwood Handicap looks to have Al Good second leg in the Adelaide cup in which he will ride the port cup Winner stand by. Dempsey will also Pilot stand by in the Leger. The Black Colt is due Back in Adelaide at about the weekend. It is to be hoped that injuries he sustained in Sydney will not incapacitate him for any length of time. S. Stephenson who raced that Good Mare Abbeville has purchased so Hardric who will go into the stable of his old Trainer Sam Evans at Victoria Park. Freeing Plumpton coursing club the 1924 season will be held on the free lung enci.09uee of thursday may15. � weat Iier permit Titan 7" trill be referred by of Fiji Secretary up to 8 . Friday mat 9, a the following stakes 1 ope3sing 10 Alt age at �2 10/ and 12/6 qualification. It Alec �22 runner up �11. Taro dog at 60f each. Mat is All age Fiat Bare not won More than �6 in ajar one stake at �2 10/ a Dkl 2/6 qualification. Wolfner �22 Bonner up �11. Two dogs at 69/, each. Encourage stakes Fot 8 All Ages at 21/ and 12/6 qualification. For dog Hare been nominated and ran either in Itu open or on a enclosure but have Sot to if Money in any stake. Winner � 6 6/5 runner up �22/. Draw saturday for 16, at Freelian hotel. Owners to find their own running couty further particulars. Harvex. Phone Freeling 24

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