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Adelaide Sport Newspaper Archives May 9 1924, Page 1

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - May 09, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia . Autumn meeting opening of cup carnival Goodwood and Leger Day the . Will commence its autumn meeting at Morphet Tville to Morrow and a splendid Day s racing should be witnessed the i one of the most popular Days on the Calendar for on it Are decided the Goodwood Handicap st. Leger elder stakes and South australian stakes All events which hold particular interest for followers of the sport. The inter Riate representation this ear i More limited than usual but still t or e is plenty of material available for exciting contests to ensue. First hurdle race. Fair class is represented in this by Argosy boy and As he has done considerable racing lately on the Flat and Bhoola strip in Good hard condition he should just about score. Jaso has not done much lately but comic Knight was a creditable second at Onka paring and shoe id be in the fight again. Lord Saxon ran poorly at Cheltenham but is a better horse Over the Morphet Tville battens than across those at Cheltenham while Thomond has Good winning Fonn in the West. Cilika s son has not been seen Over jumps lately and Golden form jumped Patch ii at the port. If Huja is recovered from the disability which kept him an Absen tee on easter monday he should do Well and As transit appears to do better Over stiff hurdles As witness his Good Raee at Oak Bank he May be dangerous. Simon Castle reads a More attractive proposition than stage boy. The Oak Bank Winner has twice scored Over Morphet Tville a course on which jumping counts and for that reason he must be kept on the Safe Side. None of those lower on the list look enticing. Argosy boy or Simon Castle. To Start at 1.30. First hurdle race. Two mites and 358 y is. Araos Eoy 11 � transit -0 4 Jaso 11 3 Stace gov 10 0cotnicknight 11 3 Imon Castle 9 12 lord Saxon 11 0 Perumal 9 Stan mind 10 13 peace d Caulfield and Williamstown cup Winner Wynette represents class she was Only a length and three quarters away from the Hawk in the mile and a Quarter Essendon stakes has been Well or. The tracks lately and should prove a hard nut to a Racic. The chances Are that one of this pair will win. Both Are Brilliant and the race should be Well Worth watching. Possibly Leahcim will prove a source of danger to them both As his was an meritorious performance in the Paddington Handicap last week. Crusader will probably be chopped for Pace in the Early part and station hardly looks up to defeating Wynette at practically level weights. Neither Chaparral nor Bulline takes the fancy. Wynette or st. Speed. To Start at 2.15. The elder stakes. One mile and e s 13 Stattyn s 12 crusader 8 12 Chao aval 6 9leahcim 8 12 Effina s 2 st. Speed s 12th snort Wynetter st. Sped. Observer Wynot Tecc st. Speed. Chronicle Wynetter st. A Caj. Fr0sable p10ers-. Is so Kwh git Saver �. R. Ipin set Moa c Boyd Buttito c. Bilby Goodwood Handicap. Last year s Winner Den acre is rather generously treated in the weight but he ran a Long Way below his Best form at the port and appears to be getting More roguish with age. One must fancy helicopter who has recorded some smart performances on the victorian Side. After having a say i in the peacemaking in the Lewis stakes last saturday he finished a close third and is such a Slick be j ginner that he must be Trou v some to Morrow. I Sweet Magne usually bump of against something just a Litu. Too i Good for him in big events but i runs so consistently in them that Victory on this occasion would not Surprise. Uuna Sorah in m Melbourne just before crossing the Border and is a Good Galloper but Golden Coci hardly looks Good enough at the weights. Shanky will Hare the services of f. Dempsey and probably he will prove the better of j. Necter s pair. He scored pointlessly on to occasions in Victoria recently Aad ran a fair race at the port last week after sustaining considerable interference. The chances Are that st. Roseate will Stop As he did last year and lord forty. Does not seem quite to measure tip to Standard. If Kibano in tie same fettle us when be won i Victoria a few weeks Back he should run Well Forward but without quite winning. Had the weights been issued after last Mattir Day snarl soft would undoubtedly have received More than 7.10. The big Mack horse is exceptionally Well i his recent form and As be has been running All his Raees out to the bitter and lately it Loots As though he a Flack to to condition which enabled him to performs Well in Victoria a couple of seasons Back. Little Linda Lemay be not quit Classy enough but if stage Queen is in the humor the comedy s3m� Mare who has one placing to Liht rate to her credit might geckos again. Her Reading run 1h Milf if Hills railway was a most enticing bit of work. Of tie test of those on the card some opera or Vesuvius should do Tost the Foroi a was running Well to the Beytin stakes when area race Ito a Knoek bad at Isie helicopter a Simon. To of fret at Goodwood Hamd Cap. Ii. Tart run a of. Start Fob horse �30 third �10 in to. Prize. Six it clans Oak acre lit. K. D. Banua i Ikot. Aged i i Nacro Las in. A. , barfccr1 4 Yea. 8 Brad Tim Golden cock Iii. 3. Set a bh., yrs. T. I Stock o the 5forageiwvfre Tab Jan st. Roseate or. S. J?.harpt5 _. C.ff., offed 7 12?. Anton it Osmom Kotan lord ult Jit. Jul. Hit heirs b.h., 4 m t 11rndorosladyfianfurfr Fitzroy t Kibano or. Harry Loris b., 6 yrs st. Anton Padata .1. Hanford Sajtl Simon sir s bfe.h.,c sir Simon Foo sont c. A. Forth Way Little u spa or. O. A. Euile s o.m., 0 a Seal by Zuino k. Campbell1 take . A. A. Pelham s bk.m., re Omati Kiim Indian Queen. X James . S. Inn Pawn ,g., o continued on next Page 11 7 3 Earl Simon Winner of the Cheltenham Park Handicap and one of the most popular fancies for the Goodwood Handicap. W. Dick. Sport photo. Ob8dbas&ie from Afi took comb

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