Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia
30 May 1924

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30 May 1924

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - May 30, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia . Races. Saturday May 17. Weather showery going fair. Hurdles. �225. Two Miles 36 Yards. Peace Dove 9 6fairly Well placed Early last at nine Furlong but soon pained ground one of leaders at Tuni first at last hurdle Good finish Shepard stage boy 10 3one of leaders Early last at seven fifth at turn third 2t last flight fair finish Boyd. 2 lord Saxon 10 12last, passing stand fifth at Back of course disputing Lead at turn Eloe second at final obstacle died a Little Bracegirdle s Thomond 11 4in Lead or thereabouts practically throughout fourth at last hurdle no ending dash Niemann. 4 others comic Knight. 11 3 mules5th charming9 0 Telfor the my Chinburg. 11 12 Spain Cilika s son 10 c Sci diff Goide form 10 i Warner Simon Castle 9 10 Tait Prince Seal. 9 8 Muirhead fell Gingham s Pride a 0 Harrison last. One and a half lengths. 3.4 84. Dividends 6 18/, �1. Thomond far. Stage. Boy next. Others a weight Handicap. �200. Six furlongs. First division some opera 9 0about fifth Flor going two furlongs same at turn fourth into straight came away comfortable Tait Gaveston 9 0tliird at half a a Fame into straight Hung on fairly Vale. Indian Seal s 7away Wal with four to go in Lead round turn and its of straight dying a bit a Wilson 3 Noggin 9 7never really in in Rosc a 9 4 Redden burnished 8 is lesser Ronnie gift. S 10 Selby sunny Day. 8 9 Matson lies a it 7 Jenkins a s 7 Modl burst Millanne. R 7 Roberts Baglio 8 4 a. Stephens North Gate s 7 c. P. Boorn. Last. One and a Quarter lengths Short head. 1.1gj. Dividends�5 3/, �4 10/. Pistol grip fax. Winner next. Second division lady Linnea 9 0soon hit front and stayed these till end came Home Well Lawrence. 1 Egnar 9 3first Sway third at half mile fifth at turn fourth into straight running on sing 2 Deuce s 9well off fourth at half mile second at turn and into straight battled on gamely h. Wilson 3 pjs Letye 9 10net too Well placed Al but fifth into straight dying on run 4 other sir i i Ywe Musket. 8 7 h.johes5th ," "8-Fif- a. Wilso Noth Blahun 8 is Eddo Blu Coyte 8 12 Dempsey italic �-"-9 Selby Bon Tir 8 7 Spain last up 8 7 Wielan Miscal 8 7 r. Jones Royal ways. 8 7 badder lev Tangari 8 7 Hopwood Arathusa 8 ? 5far�hall sir Anton 8 5 Geale. Last. Two lengths head. 1.16 j. Dividends�4 10/, �2 13/. Blu Coyte fav., Winner next. Steeple. �325. About two and a half Miles. Epictetus 11 3third past stand fifth at first of double at Back fourth second of double fifth at last Fence fourth at distance Gootis ending dash Warner 1 Kildonan 11 9took Lead after leaving straight and held it till within a stride or two of Post Hung on Well mules 2 Marmorata 9 9fourth past stand third at first of Back double fifth at second of double third at last Fence second into straight fought Issue gamely Telford 3 Kars 11 2well Back after jumping three fences gradually made up ground fourth at first of Hack double second at next Fence fourth at last third into straight finished fairly but ran wide Bracegirdle 4 others Sandridge 1 9 sing5thr Caloma King 9 2 Harris Onith Vrtol a s robertson7th Bou Cut boy 9 5 is Latte blast Arram Lea. 9 10 she card fell by Naglie. 9 2 Thomas fell. Half head half neck. 5.11. 1 dividends�2 15/, �1 12. Winner fax. Kars next. Juvenile Handicap. �275. Six furlongs. Lord French 7 9fifth Early about sixth at half mile about same into straight Brilliant finishing Effort a. Wilson 1 st. Notan 7 13second Early fifth at half mile fourth making turn and into straight led at distance Rair finish. Lewis Simon. 7 a not sighted till near end Runi Rinir " on h. U Igor. 3 st. Amantos s 4not too Well placed in first part seventh or eighth at turn about same into straight never really Dani porous Lawrenz 4 mali., 0 0 Medan so 3th Eredine. 7 4 h. . Ith , 7 12 Marshall. 7th Indian Lyric 8 9 Daniels Gay by s guv 7 1 n Athan Royal signer. 12 James wealthy widow. G 10 Frangou Ruy Haik 0 11 Ryan lady staccato 0 11 Geale Cul Burra 7 Funis a la a Els 0 7 Hammond Bright cuts. 8 11 Telford All talk 7 s Stephen last. Two and a half lengths 2 lengths. 1.153 dividends�10 1/, 19. / st. Nolan fav., Indian Lyric next. . Handicap. �/00. One and a half Miles. Crusader. 8 a last until six furlongs thereafter picked up ground fourth at turn third into straight came away Well Dean Prev 1 Gungoll 7 2away Well hut lost position nearly last along Back about sixth at turn finishing Well Hammond 2 Josef 8 4soon hit front and held Possession until into straight just battled on Matson 3 Statton. 8 12second to Josef nearly All War no dash at end Boyd 4 others Newbattle. 6 10 Medhurst. The Socrates 8 8 Daniels Cadengo 8 0 Lawrence Chaparral 7 0 a. Wilson Buzz 6 7 James dream lady. 6 7 Purvis and Princess Alwyne 6 12 Turne last. 4 two and a half lengths 1� lengths 2.841. Thridtuds�7 4/, 19/. Cos Gool far., Stattah Oak. �. Totalisator Handicap. �300. Six furlongs. Kibano 8 6fourth at five fifth at half mile fourth into straight Good ending dash a. Wilson 1 cock. 8 3third at halt mile fourth at turn third into straight Good finish Graham 2 st. Roseate 9 0soon took Lead and held it until inside distance Hung on gamely Reynolds. Vesuvius s of second Early third at turn second into straight kept going fairly Selby dead heat third. Others helicopter s 11 daniels5th Den acre 9 9 veal last Jules Jordan. 8 4 Boom lost rider. One length neck. 1.16. Dividends�2 7,/ �.2 s j. Winner fav., helicopter licit. Gawler races. Saturday May 24. Weather Fine track slow. Trials. �100. About seven and a half. Furlongs. First of vision Surie s 3quickly hit front and held it untroubled to end Matron. 1 b c is a 7 0mvavs Well up second at turn and into st Wight stopping a Little Mehm st " v v of nce Ita 7 10llaivlv throughout Jones Atli Arathi ski. 7 7 it admr1he girl a 11 frangou7th Bream lady 8 5 s�1i Waddy s,7 Turner silk 8 0 Jenkins Marcel wave 7 11. My b Uinise a Wyne. 7 d ending run Spain 1 Rau quart 9 a not too Well placed in. First mile about sixth with six Furlong s to go second at Tuni in Lead with Vera k. At last jump fair finishing Effort Duff " � Vera a 10 2-Alvrays Well placed hit front on fir Side and led at Uini and us to last hurdle Hung Oil gamely Lules 3 Buzz 9 9improved position m last mile never really in 5t Fra lev 4 others hands up. 10 0 Thomas. 5th Earl Alwyne 9 11 Liddle ctr first Olga. 2 Jesser. 7tli just George 9 b Miller Kab Golden form 10 13 Brace Girdle fell spinifex 10 3 Kenny Rycroft. 9 9 Shepard Murillo Bud 9 3 Scobie Gordon Croix 9 2 easter snip Adona 9 4 Kemp fruit rat 9 9 Hosan fighting Dick 9 0 Ramage s Pride 9 0 Harrison Prince Seal 9 0 Nieman last. Head half neck. 3.531. Dividends �42/, �10 9/. Golden form fax. Vera k. Next. Cup. �300. One and a Quarter Miles. Phil Roberts,7 2shared Lead along Back Clear Lead at turn and beginning Horn run came Oil Well Geale. 1 Andra a 7 13about sixth at six furlongs fourth at turn third into Sta Firlit came Home fairly mules 2 Uriah 9 0about eighth beginning Back run second at turn and into Sti air it Lio dash at end med Fuirst s steel Bronze 7 a Well away shared Lead for a while about fifth at turn nid in o Home stretch Selby. 4 others Joe. 9 g Watson nth miss a Idee. 7 0 tur Erith pop Iloner. 8 2 eddy7 t i Ani Indale. 7 4 of. Wilson5h d a i Dice. S 5 Valonta pass ado s Redden far Monte. 7 r. Stephens one7 7 Jenkins Jevel. 7 3 Purvis Rya ways 1 10 frango fell i oui of. 7 11 to Awrence and Kiklos 7 0 Al Enzie. Last. Two lengths me. Vivid ends 1 s 5/, Uriah next. O 11 �2 ". To of fav., Steeple. �130. About two and a Quarter Miles 7 chains. P0lda, 9 0n-arly Hist Early gradually made up ground about sixth at stand led at bark and turn or mid at last Fence came Home gamely half Ned 1 tin Brae 10 5always one of leaders second at turn first into straight tired in Home run Liddle 2 r0berval. 9 6fourth after a round but fell Back a Little third at last Fence no actual Chance sing. 3 lady Beatrce 9 3never very far l ack no refill show Fraser. 4 others a Leonnia 9 4 kemp5th disturb. 9 s Burr Avest. 9 2 Jame last master Mark. 10 2 Harrison fell Stra Licona 1 2 mules fell is Friona 9 13 Thomas fell encounter Kinin. 12 Fra lev fell seclude 9 10 Spain fell Hamako. 9 10 Telford fell Benagie 9 0 Shepard fell exotic 9 2 Sava Refell. Head 4 lengths. 4.45. Dividends�71, �2 19/. Encounter Kint fav., Strat Irona next. Welter. �130. About seven and a half half furlongs. Do Flora. 7 11about fifth Early to Laird at turn with Gaveston into straight came away handsomely in neck 1 Gaveston 8 3away Well Handy to Lead along Back led round turn and into Ortra Ifft not Roach dash attend Teale 2 passaway 7 8sixth Early fourth at turn third into straight running on Mckenzie 3 Waddy 7 8never really in it Turner 4 others High play 7.9 roberts5tb Princess Alwyne 8 0 jenkins0th Coin of the ealm 7 7 h. Wilson7tli Eta min 8 4 a. Nihon8th Wai Parie 9 0 mules Northgate 7 13 Boorn arb Rry 7 9 Selby Golden gain 7 0 James Odette 7 4 Geale sir Myram 7 7 Medl burst Long leave 8 7 Cilent Olast. Two lengths half head. 1.84j. Dividends�5 3/, 15/. Gaveston fav., Winner next. Second division double Musket 7 9one of the leaders Early third at turn first into straight kept going Well jines. 1 Blu Coyte 8 2about seventh or eighth at turn fourth into straight finishing fast n. Wilson 2 Chelate 8 5always one at the front lot led round turn second into straight no dash Redden 3 r1chloe, 7 4always Well up could not come on Geale 4 others Sametta. 8 2 Medhurst oth returning 7 0 William Soth our Aiti Ulerv 8 1 Boom burnished 7 13 Doyle Carlwyn. 7 12 Rogers Antooa 7 10 Jenkins Caris Queen 7 7 t. Roberts decorum 7 7 mules miss Earlston 7 4 j. Roberts Jano Magne 7 0 Selb last. Three quarters of a length 11 length. 1.34 j. Dividends�5 a �1 0/. Chelate fax. Ramea next. Stand Handicap. �200. Six Furlena. Indian Seal 7 5tliird Early second it turn led into straight came Home Pinchal Lenfred a. Wilson 1 Earl s Mon 9 7soon took Lead led at turn second into straight dying Jones 2 Egnar s 0second Early dropped Back a bit fourth at turn running on Menli urst 3 Seal Flower. 7 6never fsr away i Over really dancer is Geale. 4 others Millanne. 7 3 roberts50i pistol Grin i 12 Walsh. Gui Jules Jordan. 9 2 Siw Pis Tolano. S 3 mules. I Eliie. 7 a h. Wilson puff puff 5 10 Mcgaharn Fine time 7 2 Turne last. One and a half length head . Dividends�4 3/. Is. Earl Simon fav., Jules Jordan next. Fifteen Start seven finish. Another disastrous Steeple. Following on two recent disastrous steeplechase at Cheltenham another skittle Jig of horses was seen in the Cross country event at Evanston on saturday and it seems rather strange on first thoughts that so Many horses should fall Over the port and Evanston Brush when most of the runners in the steeplechase at tie cup meeting at Morphet Tville got through safely. An explanation is partly to be found in the fact that More novices and bad jumpers participate in Brush contests and another Factor is that the animals Are More bunched than in races Over logs and Stone Walls. Several of the Falls on saturday were due to candidates failing Over prostrate horses in their path. Few of the Field that started on saturday could be classed As genuine chasers and Only seven of the fifteen runners managed to negotiate the course in safety. It did not say much for the class of the contestants when encounter King 1 who has yet to win Over big obstacles was elected favorite. Why Strathcona was made second fancy beats me. He was not even a Good jumper Over hurdles and it was not at All surprising to see him topple Over. Hamako did not land a toe on a Fence and had just moved into a Handy position several jumps from Home when he was unfortunate enough to come Down Over another horse. The Winner turned up in the River Mare Polda who is by finance sire of Kul Curna Frumance and Cullu Leraine. She was slow to beg in but made up her ground gradually in the last round. Putting in a bad jump at the next to last obstacle she had her rider Frank Alford out of the Saddle and on to her neck but the lad made a Good recovery and gamely sent the Mare on again after tin Brae who had been enabled by her mishap to gain a Good Lead. Alf lord s representative however had not had a race for a Long time and tiring in the run Home Alford was Able by shoving Polda along with his utmost efforts to just head tin Brae in the last stride and land the rank outsider a Winner. Alford has had a fair amount of Success at River meetings but has had few opportunities in the City. He has piloted Black. Rogue in most of the port cup Winner s victories. I tact adjacent Victoria Park racecourse. General Havelock hotel Hutt Street Adelaide. _ Bob Scott proprietor late Tumby Bay. Esa the House of All spor1s. Good accommodation and table. Wines spirits and ales ail True to Label. Phone Central 2605. Hint offs Kent hotel late National hotel Pirie st Corner Church and Cameron streets port Adelaide wines and spirits genuine col Beer served quickly and with civility. Sports always Welcome. Phon l port 2528. Mont let that cold get a hold court ass Clouds a cd mls5 s stores s c f u r c r s Moore & sinks a. It i a Rie mists to motor satisfaction in every suit Quality Savls a n d fit. Crft in tree late it Fuh exl to Best Materiel from All parts of a retd. Fad Tae Tai Ieni to order p. Mccabe & son High cuss Tabon 107 Ste st Adelaide. Opp. Tatt Anici our. Bone 1919 Central. Royal Exchange hotel Kadina. splendid . First class Tau. Lawrence and Turner proprietor. Pure virginian Leaf. 27 s medium round 25 s ovals 20 s Large round. Plain Gold or Cork tipped. Every attention paid to customers requirements. Under new management. Riverton hotel Riverton Percy r. Brimage proprietor. Late Glanville and Portland Tell. Good accommodation. R i

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