Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia 30 May 1924
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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - May 30, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia the sport Shanky Sweet Magne Golden cock. Observer Sweet Magne or Golden cock. Chron Elf Shanky Sweet Magne stage Queen a Northern sportsman Sweet Magne imputation or Golden cock. Probable ice nacre Kihano Swec Tea in or. Roseate. The storm Golden cock. Uriah Kin of mirth imputation Sra a. Iii Dorali Doii Loki i Riv riders. C. Veale. A. Wilsie. R. Lewis t. Burn. G. Mules r. . H. Jenkins j. Hopwood i. Ustian. A. Roberts a. Srejs Hen h. J m. James Kensington Steeple. Dead Centre has not had a run Tiffith the colors up since he toppled Over when travelling nicely at the beginning of the final round 1 in . Eastern and his table Mato Sandridge who would Lave been Handy on the last Day it Morphet Tville but for falling foul of one of the Back double in the last circuit May be a better investment. If Kars had kept a straight course in the two and a half Miler at Headquarters he and riot Epictetus would have been returned the Winner and whatever beats him to Morrow should score. St. Simonian has not been Feen in Public for a Long time and Strathcona fell Over the Brush at Evanston. Marmorata gave Epictetus and Kildonan a hard tussle at Morphet Tville and snip Adona has plenty of toe if his jumping �3 right. The River candidate came a Cropper at the first Fence at Cheltenham some weeks ago. Arram Lea failed to get the course at Headquarters on the fiscal Day but Caloma King jumps pretty Well and is a possibility. Nairne also has a Chance but Benagie has fallen at his last couple of outings. Kars or Sandridge. 3.kensington Steeple. About two Miles. Dead Centre 11 2 Irish boy 9 2 Kars 11 0 Caloma King 9 0 st. Simonian 10 9 Nairne 9 0 Sandridge 1 4 Benagie 9 0 Strathcona 10 2 lady Beatrice 9 0 Marmorata 9 10 full Dook 9 0 snip Adona 9 10 Roberval 9 0 Arram Lea 9 9 perfect Knight 9 0 the sport Kars or Sandridge. Observer Kars or Nairne. Chronicle st. Simonian or Marmorata. Northern sportsman Marmorata Kars or Nairne. 1 probable riders. I dead Centre a. Kars h. st Simonian. J. Hawthorne Sandi Difre j. Siny Strathcona g. Mules Van am Lea. A. Robertson Irish boy c. Wel lady Beatrice a. Fraser Parks Ide stakes. This reads like being a match Between the stable companions Leahcim and st. Sneed. The the w\f.a. Form has been pretty Well exposed and it is difficult to pick one that looks like beating the better of the pair. St. Speed overthrew Den acre on new year s Bay and if the Black horse runs he will be under the disability of already hav ing galloped a fast seven furlongs during the afternoon. Statton was fairly beaten in the elder stakes and the strongest opposition to Hopwood s pair May come from Shanky if he is stripped Here in preference to the City. Taj mahal hardly reads a Good enough class youngster to upset his antagonists Here. Form under the scale usually works out pretty Well but i anticipate that st. Speed will do better Here than his fourth in the elder stakes Leahcim or st. Speed.3.40.parkside stakes. one mils and one Furlong. Faratro 9 1 Leahcim 6 12 Den acre 9 1 Shanky 8 9 s 12 Graulus 8 7s 12 King of mirth 8 7 Statton 8 12 Taj mahal 6 13 the sport Leahcim or st. Speed. Observer Leahcim or st. Speed. Chronicle Leahcim or crusader. Northern Leahcim crusader or st. Speed. Probable riders. Para too j c. Floorn l iia Civ c. Veale a anon c. Selby Graulus h. Jones Taj mahal r. Medhurst Toorak welter first division. A sprinter capable of Downing an Oakleigh plate Field must be respected in a seven Furlong welter in Adelaide with 9.5, which is the weight allotted Cheji Don. He showed winning form in Victoria Only a fortnight ago when he car ried 7.4, and Defeated three Sta Sidonia Miranto Parr Pommy and others in a six Furlong plate. Jules Jordan should be suited by the conditions of this and Pistolese who has 8.11, was a Good fourth in a division of the High weight at Headquarters with 13 la. More in the Saddle. Me Bolt must be conceded Good prospects and top Hole is dropping in the weights. It looks As though Egnar will be held by Indian Seal who if he reproduces his Gawler form will take stopping. Lower Down the list Oakworth reads the Best. He finished sixth in lady Linnea s race at Morphet Tville and the extra Furlong now will be All to his advantage. Pistol grip and Deuce May have rough claims. Indian Seal or Chelidona. I 4.20.Toorak welter. First div. Seven furlongs. Chelidona 9 5 steel Bronze 7 12 Jules Jordan 9 2 Deuce 7 10 i to Ena 8 11 Arberry 7 8 Meir Cut b 10 Oakworth 7 8 top Hole 8 9 Dianella 7 7 Mam Tiray lord 8 8 Miscal 7 7 6 pistol grip 7 7 4 Baglio 7 7 Egnar 8 our arts try 8 Indian Seal in. 7-1 b. Pen. 8the s port Indian Seal or Chei Idon observer me Bolt or Indian Seal. Chronicle top Hole or Egnar. Northern sportsman Pistolese j Bronze. Pistol grip. Probable riders. Chelidona f. Bastian so Eiliott a. Niemann Tophile t. Bum Cambray lord g. Mules Kusniar r. Medhurst our artillery c. Boom steel Bronze c. Seuhr Deuce h. Wilsonii Oakworth a. Wilson Baglio a. Stephens Toorak welter second division. Gun Adorah s recent running looks to put him out of court and Prince aides has failed several times since his Handicap Success at Gawler. Lady Linnea is a smart beginner and should at least be one of the leaders for the major portion of the journey. St. Altone might be better suited with an extra Furlong tacked on but Tress Vale can do better than he showed in the Baker Handicap. Chief tone has a win and a second to his credit in recent efforts and his finishing run in the Baker was a creditable bit of work. Gaveston had no Chance against do Fiora at Gawler and yet is weighted at a Pound higher Here while Duke purple has been out of the Money for Many months. If Bluc Yte can get Clear of the Ruck in decent time his finishing Effort should land him close to the front while prion looks the pick of the More lightly weighted division. Tress Vale or chief tone. 5.Toorak welter. Second i v. Seven furlongs. Go Namorah 9 3 Artondale 7 9 Prince aides 9 2 Antooa 7 s lady Linnea s 10 prion 7 s st. Altone 8 10 Arathusa 7 7 Tress Vale 8 9 dream lady 7 7 chief tone 8 7 Hiss Earlston 7 7 Gaveston 8 4 Polvoi client 7 7 Duke purple 7 13 sir Myram 7 7 Blu comic 7 10 observer is. Altone or chief tone. Chronicle Tress Vale or chief tone. Northern sportsman chief tone purple Tress Vale. Probable riders. Prince Aid r. Medhurst lady
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