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Broken Hill Barrier Miner (Newspaper) - January 27, 1940, Broken Hill, New South Wales Suits dry cleaned if i a we is memo 333 Argent Street. Telephone 692. Lady Kidston s Surprise win from indignity Ait Victoria Park Adelaide saturday. Meeting much better opposition than when she failed Stabler last saturday lady Kidston just got up in time to defeat the port cup Winner indignity with Kingo Onya in third place in the . Handicap the principal event at Victoria Park this afternoon. It was a very open race and at Barrier Rise the Call of the bookmakers was la to 2 the Field Tim Roo being favorite. Whereas lady Kidston was Ridden in front at Gawler it was the reverse today and Bhe came from a Lons Way Back in fact she was third last at one stage to Gam a Well deserved Victory for. Her owner or. E. Thomas for whom G. Porter trains. Although carrying 8.12. Much move weight than he has carried in Handi Caps indignity showed that to draw Well at the mile and a Quarter bar Rier at the Park is a great advantage for he went within an Ace of leading from Start to finish. Never in danger to Flagstaff Ridden by w. Smith was Able to take up a Good Posi Tion from Barrier Rise and i always going Well within himself looked the Winner half a mile from Home. There was never any danger of defeat for although de Marco challenged Over the last Furlong or so he could never get of terms with Flagstaff who with experience May make into a very useful jumper. De Marco is one of the veterans of our racehorses and ran evenly right through today. It was the open ing. Event of the Adelaide racing club s Australia Day carnival and the course has never been in better condition. Flagstaff after giving a certain amount of Promise disappointed in the Flat with the result that his attention was turned to Hurd Ling and he became eligible for the opening event the jumpers Flat. Starting at 5 to 1, the solid looking Pennant gelding did not give his backers very much anxiety As he scored Well from de Marco and King Wolta 5 to 4 favorite Ryphe racy looking six year old to Souriau Mare torcello was Al ways Favorita for the first 5-Io 4f she a bad he difficulty in win Ning the minor place getters being gun shy and Mcloraine. W. Stirling did not Force torcello away from the Barrier too smartly being Content to follow the Pace until Heads were turned for Home. There he allowed Tor cello to run through to the Lead and at the distance the Bay had the race in her baie keeping. Torcello won at Strathalbyn at her last Start and she looks like winning in better company than today. Peter pah s daughter Peter pan established himself As ? one of the greatest racehorses that have Ever graced the australian turf and among his Long list of Vic tories were the Melbourne cups of 1�o82 and 1934. Memories of him were revived this afternoon when his Good looking daughter. Hanover easily Defeated Miramar and Dell in the Alexandra stakes for two year Olds who had not been placed in any race. Hanover whose dam is the heroic Mare Sequoia was he ving her first race but her Trainer Butler sent her out in great heart and condition. She made her opponents look Small Fry. Hanover was some horses Back in the. Straight and she made the turn wide out but in the run Home decisively outpaced her rivals and gave her breeder owner or. Malcolm Reid a Victory with which he was naturally delighted. Hanover judged on today s form is sure to win , and her Vic tory was Well received. The Incha Auire Colt Miramar showed his Best form and the Den acre filly Dell finished too Well for Park Terrace to gain third place. Wool Combe beats race record phere is a apprentice at mov Phet Tville. Named r. Follett who is steadily making his Way to ? the front Amone Adelaide apprentices a s a successful rider. He was astride Wool Combe today and displaying Good judgment he landed the aged textile gelding an easy Winner from Park mond and Gipsy King in the second division of the Tramway trial. Wool Combe Drew one of the outside positions and appeared to begin last but the Angle is deceptive and really speak of ool code was of Jiva a Well Back because of his bad Barrier position. However galloping Well within himself Wool Combe easily ran Oast his opponents to run into fourth place and at the top of the straight Victory seemed secure for him. Wool Combe ran the six and a half furlongs in 1.211. Thus bettering the race record by a Quarter of a second. Parkmond displayed improved form and Gipsy King just Defeated spark Ling mirth for third place. Race details and betting jumpers Flat race la fur. Flagstaff 9.6 w. Smith 1 de Marco 11.5 t. Ryan 2 King Wolta 9.7 c. Power 3 to scratchings. Betting 3 to 1 against de Marco. 9 to 2 King Wolta 5 to 1 Flag staff 6 too poo 7 firing line. 12 Roth a 14 amnesty. Digger Prince. 16 Soochow Prince Arthur 20 High land fling. Amnesty turned into the straight ahead of Flagstaff de Marco King Wolta and firing line but Flagstaff took charge soon afterwards and went on to defeat de Marco by two arid a half lengths with King Wolta a similar distance away third. Then came amnesty. Firing line Roth a. Lady Glen Digger Prince. Too poo. Gay Beer Prince Arthur and nation Al debt with Highland fling and Soochow the last two. Time 2.23�. Tramway trial-64 furlongs. First division. Torcello. 8.6 w. Stirling x gun shy. 8.6 j. Stocker 2 Mcloraine. 8.9 d. Connelly 3 no scratchings. Betting b to 4 against Tor cello. 4 to 1 gun shy. 6 mooring lad 8 lord a arbion Mcloraine. Al Pana 14 Sand Queen. Bonique. 20 Diosal. I torcello took charge at the fur Long Post and scored comfortably from gun shy by two lengths with Mcloraine a length away third. Then came lord ramp Ion. Alpana Diosal. And mooring lad. The last two be ing Bidden and Lake Zawdeh. Time. 1.201 ? equals race record. Alexandra stakes-5 fur. Hanover 8.0. A. Adams 1 Miramar 8.5 e. Badger 2 Dell 8.0 e. Whitaker s. No scratchings. Betting 5 to 2 against Halpren 5 Jdell. Hanover. 6 Miramar. 7 Park. Terrace. 8 lady Sara. 10 attentive Osella 12 Lilarose. 14 Sal mint 20 Bir Kalla Mark Gold port. Pau Over took the Lead before Tho Furlong Post and comfortably beat Miramar by three lengths with Dell / Fouin lengths away third. Then came. Park Terrace. Attentive. Gold port. Mark and Osella with Lilarose last. Time 1.2. . Han -1cap-Li Miles. Lady Kidston. 8.8 j. Stocker 1 indignity. 8.12 d. Graetz 2 Kingo Onya 7.6 k. Medhurst 3 no scratchings ? betting la to 2 against Tim Roo 6 air dash. Silent tip. Kingo Onya 10 triple chief indignity. Jucatan Sorrento 12 lady Kidston. 14happy. Voyage. Battle boy. 16 Hie Lenh 20 Marimba s son. Indignity took up the running an going past the nine was leading Sor Rento and Tim Roo. Indignity entered the straight first and was two lengths Clear of triple chief at the two Furlong Kidston finished Well however and got in in time to defeat indignity by a Short head with Kingo Onya two and a half lengths away third. Then came air dash Tim Roo Sorrento Happy Voy age triple. Chief and Virgin Crown last. Time. 2.6i. Tramway trial. Second division Woolacombe 7.12 r. Follett 1 Parkmond 7.10 w. Stocker 2 Gipsy King 8.1 d. Graetz. 3 no scratchings. Betting 7 to 4 against Wool Combs 3 to 1 qualification 9. To s Gipsy King la to 2 mul Tangarie. If Corodell. Erring am 12 sparkling mirth. 16 Parkmond. Qualification turned for Home two lengths la Advance of sparkling mirth with Wool Combe next. Wool Combe then went to the front am easily beat part mond by. Three lengths with Gipsy King four length away third. Then came sparkling mirth qualification Muly Ungari Corodell. Stilpass with Jolly lad am or Ringham the last two. Time 1.20 race record. Greenhill Handicap 5 furs. S h Al a 7.8 w. Stocker 1 Valka 8.4 n. Joyce 2 Young Eastern 7.2 d. Andrews 3 . Betting 6 to 4 against cd Leris 9 to 2 Mildean la to 2 Valka 7 to 1 Tor Lea 8 Shalah 10 Sliver dash 12. Coranto 14 Young Eastern 20 miss Beth cyanide Bohenna Oak Dale. Silver dash was first away from Mildean. Valka led into the straight from Shalah and cd Leris but Shalah wore Valka Down and in an exciting finish Shalah Defeated Valka by a Lang neck with Young Eastern two and a half lengths away third. Then came Coranto Tor Lea Mildean cd Leris and Silver dash with sleet and supervise the last two. Tims 59sec.--equals race record. Linden Park welter i mile Banshee 8.6 Walsh 1 a King Sim 8.6 Foj. Stocker 2 lord Alfred. 7.7 w. Stocker 3 dash. Betting 7 to 4 against regulus 9 to 2 King Sim Banshee 8 to 1 Belus Dahana 10 to 1 or. Pim 12 to 1 lord Alfred 14 to 1 Salmar leg left 16. To 1 Anton Grange. Dahana was quickest to begin. Anton Grange was two lengths in front of lord Alfred and Banshee at the two. Furlongs Post but Banshee battled on Well to defeat King Sim by a Short head with lord Alfred two lengths away third. Or. Pim was fourth followed by Dahana Anton Grange Belus Annette sly gift and Romulus with Salmar a bad last. Time 1.38s-state record. Jjo next week s races new South Wales f monday Randwick. I wednesday Kensington. I saturday Moorefield. i monday Williamstown. I tuesday Nanar Goon. I wednesday Bendigo. I thursday Bendigo. 1 saturday Mentone. G South Australia f monday Vietoria Park. _ i _ saturday Morphet Tville. A o Reilly takes a a five for 78 o Reilly who played a major part in dismissing Victoria for 298. La Short of new South Wales first innings tall. He took five wickets for 78. Victoria fail to catch n so. Score Sydney saturday. Victoria lost six wickets before lunch today in the vital Sheffield shield7 match against new South Wales,.who hit .up.809-yesterday.�ln the afternoon Hassett and Fothergill looked like making a stand but the partnership was broken with Fother Gills dismissal after they had car ried the score from 119 to 185. Victoria badly feeding a first innings win to tighten their grip on the shield resumed batting in the second Day s play in oppressive sultry . O Reilly had Success. Before lunch when Miller Johnson and Beames were dismissed for a single. After lunch Hassett and Fothergill played Pepper confidently but were wary of o Reilly. Scores new South. Wales first inn. 309 Victoria"1st innings. Let Sievers a. Chipperfield. A Pepper �0 Miller b. O Reilly 1 Johnson c. Barnes b. ,0 Reilly 0 Beames b. O Reilly. T 1 Fothergill. C. Chipperfield. By Mudce 32 ring c Chipperfield b1 Cheetham 29 Hassett c Pepper a o Reilly 122 Scott b o Reilly 9 Fleetwood Smith not out 4 sundries 14 total 298 Bowling Lush 1 for 37-Cheetham, 1 for 54 o Reilly 5 for 78 Popper 1 for 66 Mudge 1,for 45 Barnes nil for 4. ?. New South Wales-2nd innings. Cohen b. Sievers 13 Mudge not out 29 Mccabe not out. 45 one for a 87 , 0 for 29 Sievers l for 30 Johnson 0 for 15 Rogers 0 for 13.,. Stumps. Opperman makes 59 records Sydney saturday. Opperman broke the world s 24 hour record of 437 Miles at 5.10 p.m., with two hours 50 minutes to spare. He is continuing in the Hope of Riding another 50 Miles. Opperman now holds every 24 to record. A ? after 12 hour Riding Opper Man had broken 15 world three australian. And three new South Wales records in his 24 hours world record attempt which began at the Sydney sports Arena at 8 o clock last night. ? after 16 hours there we Reno re cords left to break but Opperman had established 18 world 23 australian and 23 new South Wales records. He had then covered 342 Miles equal to 21 i Miles an hour for the whole Jour Ney. ? High caste has easy win in Challenge stakes Sydney. Saturdays u r thigh caste having his first run. Since o the i Spring carnival. " easily won the Challenge stakes at Randwick today. Wai ". Roka the hot favorite ran disappointingly., and did not get a y backers had been on the spot until this race the first four. Favourites succeeding. High caste was Well backed however to second favouritism. Trial hurdle race v about i Miles. Gymkhana 9.0 Robinson 1 mag Mort 10.4 a pm Arce 2 Beau Ideal lost rider. Betting. C. To 4 against gym Khana fax2 to 1 mag Mort Beau Ide-�1." ?. Three lengths time 3.17i. Novice Handicap a about 1 mile. Lady do Knnott a 8.7 Etc. Mar Amin. R 1 Beau Frere 9.0 a. Harvey 2 Kha Coban 7.7 a. Stanton 3 no scratchings.,. Betting 9 to 2 against lady Dunnottar fax6 to 1 Beau Frere 20 Kha Coban. One and a Quarter lengths length. Time 1.40. Bondi Handicap about 7 furs. Oversold. 7.13 w. Lappin 1 Bona fide 7.9 Hughes 2 Progress 7.9 f. Hickey \ 3 no scratchings. Betting 5 to 4 against oversold fax7 to 1 Bona fid. 12 Progress. Half head two lengths. Time 1.251. Widden Handicap about 5 furs. Ensign 8.7 e. Mcmenamin ,1 session 8.0 w. Lappin 2 Vanchio 8.2 f. Shean s 3 scratching yuletide John red mond. Betting 9 to 4 against ensignfax7 to 2 session 5-to 1 Vanchio. Four lengths one and a Quarter lengths. Time 1.01.,. J Challenge stakes-6 furlongs. High caste 8.12 e. Bartle 2 Caesar 8.12 w. Cook. 2 Denis 8.0 e. Mcmenamin " ,.3no scratchings. / betting 6 to 4 against Waureka fax9 to 2, High caste 8vial Caesar 14 denis.-. A. Two and a half lengths half v a lengthy time 1.128.,. A. . To about 10 furlongs in a i i Gold ,/7.7 j. Duncan .1 own Folk 8,4w. Cook a 2 sigh 7.11 j. Thompson. .,3. No scratchings. ? betting 9 to 2 against Gold spark 5 tal sigh 7 own bilk neck half head. Tinier 2.�. Paddington 1 mlle Breeze 8.2 w. Cook 1 Leeds 9.9 e. Bartley 2 pen name 8.12 e. Whitney 3 betting 6 to 2 brat no a fax6 to 1 Breeze g Leeds 8 pen name. Saints9 slow scoring v. Ext High j a accurate Bowling-., hex High men debt St Ter scoring Down when the a sans a met at the Jubilee noon. Attacking with Iris Wal i ers sex High had the a constantly on their toes Sci ring of v was Low with occasional re rights spots. " " " a a a the opening batsmen. B. Mat thews. And . Brown. Were ? dismissed. Fairly cheaply Anu a those following played with eau Tion. D. Mcgrath c. Trelease and n. Phillips led tha. Bowling. At a tack. -.?.? m. A. Brown. Won the toss of Orso Peter s and sent his team in a to. But. Matthews and try. Bro in opened against the Bowling of a Trelease and d. Mcgrath r. Play was slow and at. The end. Of half an hour Only id runs had been scored. Of these Matthews had knocked nine. And Brown one. The remainder were sundries sex highs Captain d. Mcgrath concentrated on the batsmen gave the. Ball . I read. Who bowled a medium paced Ball with a break. O. A i both batsmen refused to take i chances and Ball with the respect it. Deserved. Occasional Loose balls were hit hard ? play continued slow. Until attempt ing to pull a full toss. Froma. Phil lips to Square leg Matthews a a is Sjo a and was bowled with his scoria to 17. The Ball landed at the base of the stumps and shattered a the a wicket f. Coles was. Next to go to the wickets. Phillips continued his Bowling s Cess when he. Secured t. wicket. The batsman pulled a de livery round to Square legend or Byers to a a had scored eight runs in68 minutes. I he was succeeded by & Ai. A Brown. Coles gave a Chance when he sent a delivery from. Mcgrath to or at Point Fyfe however failed to hold the Trelease was put on again to re Lieve Phillips at eur and bowled a Malden " Over. A to the i stage he had bowled tour overs a a Cost of Only two runs after batting so minutes St. Peter s men had scored Only 5l- runs bowl ing was very accurate and the bats men refused to take risks. I resuming after the Tea interval saints batsmen continued to Bat cautiously. Bowling from the North Ern end c. Trelease attempted a to catch a drive Down the pitch by m. A. Brown. He failed to Stop the Ballad stumbling fell on the a mfg the in Brown. Swiping a delivery Ron re 4tre lease Coleb secured his second four. At this stage he was the Only bats Man who had sent the Ball to the Boundary. Three. Deliveries later Trelease Haff his revenge when Coles drove the Ball to Phillips who held it. / the bats Man had scored 21 next Ito Bat was c. A. A Hay who opened his score with four a Boundary shot to Square leg. Next Ball Hay sent through slips for another four. In an Effort to tempt the batsmen Mcgrath gave the Ball in turn to j. Pel Vin and m. Tremelling. The lat Ter Bowler secured Hay s wicket with a slow break. Hay had secured 18 runs in 26 minutes. 1 St. Peter s-1st innings. B. Matthews b. Phillips 17, 1 t. J. Brown c. A. Byers. Phillips ? v. 8 f. Coles c. N. Phillips b. C. Tre lease 21 c. A. E. Hay b. M. Tremelling 18 m. A Brown not out 40 r. O Reilly not out 18 sundries. ?. 1. 14 four for. 138 Colts collapse against railway town a weakened Colts team was dismissed for 89 runs when. They met railway town Cricket ground today. The first. Four wickets we re All lost through run outs caused by Over anxious efforts to score and following batsmen met with. Little Success. Weile 3 for 13 and Purdie 2 for 8 were the successful bowlers for railway town. Colts were Able to Field a full team and when the rallies won the toss they sent the Colts in to Bat. Pres Lon and Olds were sent in by Captain Moody to face the opening Bowling attack of Weile. And Williams. Pres ton began carefully and quickly sett led Down. Olds also began solidly but a of Fielding by Hannett saw. Him run out holds called for the run but Han Nett s throw in was so accurate1 that it shattered the wicket. Colt s anxiety for runs was responsible for the loss of their second wicket also for a run out. Gillespie losing his wicket at 15. With Preston he had run two and was attempting a third from the Over throw which the wind had carried astray when Hannett s accurate throwing again saw the dismissal of a Colts batsman. " he threw the Ball in directly above the wickets where Mcbeth received it and removed the bails. Preston was then 25. Railway town had a new fast spin Bowler h Agger to in their Side today but his Early overs were not Success Ful. His deliveries were dealt with severely by the batsmen. He pitched his deliveries Well up the wicket following batsmen met with Little better1 Success and Moody lost his wicket on the last Ball be fore the drinks adjournment. Purdie who had bowled Only one Over before the adjournment was Given the Ball on resumption and quickly accounted for the remaining batsmen. Colts had been unable to reach a the 100-they were All out for 89. Runs. I Colts-1st innings. " , run out 28 f. Olds run out. 6 a. Gillespie Tun out 16 , run out -.r. La v. Welsh c. Purdie b. Weile 6 w Ellis c Hannett b. Haggerty " Clarke b. Weile 10 j. Halliday c. Beven b. Purdie o a. Moody b. Weile 3. -10 Mcinerney 2. .-.ii. Haggerty 4 -27/i l Purdie 2. -82 Purdie no Ball. Railway town list innings i j. Hannett b. Ramsey 4 1 c. Cahill not out 34 a. Griffiths b. Ramsey 1 sundries " 5 two for 84 8th wicket stand helps norths although Early Boatmen with the exception of Mahoney 26met with Little eighth wicket partnership of 45 by. Elston and Chegwidden helped. Norths out of a difficult position in their match against wests at the Cricket ground today. Elston batted slowly Early in the Day but brightened later. He passed the half Century soon after the drinks adjournment. Wests began today with six men and three substitutes Hobba and i Chegwidden of norths Abd j. Mayne. I wests scorer but w. Roberts arrived. Later. Norths won the toss and sent Mahoney and Freckleton in to face the Bowling attack of Burford a and Liddell. From the first Over from Burford Mahoney drove the last Tjo deliveries hard for a two and then a four. ? when he was facing Liddell Freckleton scored three but waa Dis missed . In Burf o re s next Over which was a Maiden. Elston went. 5u next. 5� ,. No. 1 wicket a was slow but Iri Good. Condition. Mahoney however Bat Ted confidently and was on the Offen Sive. He reached 25 in the first so minutes of play in which 35 runs were scored. Umpire dial allowed an anneal for . Against Mahoney when he waa 26. Norths had then lost two for 37. A change in the Bowling brought c. Williamson. But. Nine. Runs Cama fro the Over. The batsmen were placing their shots Well with the re sult. That runs were scored More quickly and easily. ? conditions were very Dusty and Windy at times. The first 50 came up in As Many minutes. Elston batted quietly but steadily and at the adjournment he was 23. Thorp began confidently with two Boundary knocks but when he lifted a Ball from Williams Oravez held a Good catch. It was Williams first Bowling try out for the season. Langman did not have time to set firmly established. He stunned for Ward to a delivery from Phillips and was stumped by Knaust. Menz had further bad Luck to Day. He began Well with two two s and then a three but the second Ball of Williams fifth Over got under the Bat and shattered his wicket. Williams third wicket the first Ball after the adjourn ment beat Stanborough and Williams secured his third wicket for 19 runs. Norths had then lost six for 84. And wests although playing Short. Had put up a creditable performance. Perry was attempting a big hit when he was caught by Roberts in front changed the Story and from seven for 96 they took the score to seven for 138 in 35 minutes and continued to Bat strongly. This partnership proved most valuable for norths. Norths-1st innings a Mahoney . Liddell. 26 b. Freckleton . Burford 3 Welston not out 68 Thorp c Graves h Williams 13 r. Langman St Knaust b Phillips 5 w. Menz b Williams 9 c. Stanborough b Williams 2 a. Perry c Roberts b Phillips 8 j. Chegwidden b Liddell 12 s. Barrett . Liddell 0 w. Hobba. C. Burford b. Liddell 6 sundries. Itt total 162 Bowling o. M. R. W. J. Burford 9 1 37 1 s. Liddell v 11.6 v 1 38 4 c. William " 9 0 45 3 i. Phillips. 6 0 32 2 wests 1st innings j. Phillips c Langman b Stan. Borough 0 s. Liddell not out 0 w. Roberts not out 2 one for ? 4 magic Circle gets up in last stride beats Aurie s Star by head Manrico disappoints in we. Reid stakes Melbourne saturday. What she lacks in height a Magie Circle makes up , As in a punishing finish in the William Reid stakes the principal event at Mooney Valley this after noon she got up in the last few strides to defeat Aurie s Star with Kamiri a Good third the disappointment. Of the race was the 6 to. 4 favorite Manrico who failed to get a place. Manrico has not been out of a place since september 1938. ,., i Manrico was leading at the end of a Furlong but at the half mile uni Shak. Was on terms with him and keeping the to weight right up to the Collar Manrico was crowded a Little on the turn but it made to difference As he was beaten at the time and Actu ally when the straight was entered he was a poor last. Aurie s Star was Clear at the Dis Tance but the weight told in the. Last 25 Yards and right on the Post magic Circle although she won by a head Only was really leaving that horse. Kauri dashed up to. Cut Riviera out of third place and like the win Ner was. Finishing very Well. Magic Circle. Has now won three times in her last six starts and this was the Best form the Little Simeon s fort Mare has Ever shown. She gave w. Williamson a Nephew of the famous Bob Lewis ? his. Best Riding Success. Uni Shak showed great Pace and he is undoubtedly an improved horse As compared with last year. Won in Good style a Ink by a who was having his first Start since he won at Caulfield late in november proved that the Short respite from racing had not done him any harm by. Winning the Niddrie Handicap in rather Goud style. The Start was rather ragged several of the runners being slow away. At the three furlongs Lin boy was doing better than the horses near him and Juma seemed rather shut off in fifth position Preston having difficulty in obtaining a run on the Tarn. Lin boy shot away and although. He made the turn a Little awkwardly herbal no trouble in tailing off a a a fee Witk or Lin boy is a neat he knows How to Gallop. Without detracting from the Merit of his Victory the course did not seem to suit Juma As he did not show the same form As last week when he won at Caulfield. In any Case five furlongs is prob ably a Shade Short for him. Berry for a Green two year old ran Well but of the most impressive perform ances that of the Little windbag filly throttle was the Best. She was slow away but finished at a great rate to run fifth. I had runaway Victory t Ord Walla who started a firm favorite began from no. 1 bar Rier position in the first division of the twee Side Handicap and he won running away. It was rather a. Good performance on lord Walla s part As a when the Barrier went up he collided with a horse on the outside. Of him and he consequently was slow to get into his stride but he went strongly for the lightweight Purtell and1 got a Good run through on the inside. At the turn he raced up to Mollie con and David Innis and went on to win very comfortably from David in Nis with Mollie con a fair third. Lord Walla is a Good Type of Colt by Rosario and has been placed in several better class events at Flemington and Caulfield. Staged whirlwind y finish at the Home turn Iii the Cran Mallan trial la runners were backed tightly together. Just prior to the turn companion was last but getting a Lucky run through the a Centre he staged a whirlwind finish to get up and beat Swettenham with third. .-.-. Earlier in the race companion was i Well placed but racing past the five furlongs horse after horse gradually raced round him and when the others dropped Back companion was forced Back to the Tail of the Field. At the half mile Preston seemed in two minds whether to take companion. To the. Outside but there was. Such a solid pack of horses in front of him that he caught hold of companion s head and waited until the turn was i funded before asking the night raid horse to do his Best. I indy of of his turn Alt Dougli he has not been particularly Lucky in racing. His last and Only win was Early in Decem ber. Swettenham seems too unlucky to we 8 race and Contact is another who needs a share of Luck to succeed. Sydney horse performs Well nubian Prince who is owned i Sydney but was having his first run in Melbourne was always a warm favorite for the second division of the twee Side Handicap. Nubian Prince won but at the five Furlo rigs there was Only one behind him and Percival appeared to be having some trouble with the gelding. However he was Able to catch a Rumour at the distance and magic Circle whose win in the William Reid Sukes at Mooney Valley this afternoon was her third in six starts. Beat that filly Home with Mea Kaura third. It was a keen race As about two and a half furlongs from Home men Kaura a Rumour Vigi Lance and Mirable were almost in line but although a Rumour battled ? on strongly when nubian Prince challenged her in the straight she could not stall off the Sydney horse old Serpent win at 20 to 1 old Serpent started at 20 to-1 to win the Calder Meade Handicap. After being Well placed All the Way old Serpent Cut the Early Leader. Buoy Ancy Down close to Home and beat him cleverly with mor Vreni who Fin ish Edfast a Good third Conchita and Montana were Only inches behind Morven. ? old Serpent has been a disappoint ment since last Winter but taking a line through his form today it seems As if the Chestnut May be a " better stayer than Given credit for. The favorite. Sir Romeo gave an inglorious display. When the Barrier Rose sir1 Grey collided with sir Romeo and it May have been that the Chestnut was winded As he tailed bal let dowry the Side. He mordred his position very Little and was one of the last Home. Winterset drooped out Over the last Furlong and a half and although Montana looked a Dan Ger entering the straight she put no dash into her finishing Effort thrilling Duel Joyal Jubilee and Suliman staged a thrilling finish in the War Rook High weight Handicap. Locked together Over the last two furlongs first one and then the other had the advantage but right on the Post Boyal Jubilee was doing the Best and he Defeated Suliman with sylphide third. A protest entered against the Winner on the grounds of alleged interference before the two furlongs Pool was did missed. M. Valley race details Niddrie Handicap 5 Furlong Lin boy 8.9 h., a Scidmore 1 happiness 8.7. H. Bastian 2 Juma 8.11 e. Preston 1 3 , Triumvir. Betting 7 to 4 against Juma 7 to 2 Lin boy 5 to 1 happiness,-12 heart s desire the aisle 14 Ranji 15 counsel 25 Berry 33 throttle 50 Bra Vanton. Meiling re Nuha ghetto whigs. Bra Vanton re Nuha and Meiling were badly away. Running to the turn Lin boy was in charge rom happiness and Berry. Lin boy led into the straight and. Was untroubled in the run Home to defeat happiness Iby. Tyo lengths. With Juma half a length away third. J then came Berry , counsel and heart s desire with Bra Vanton a bad Jast. Time 1.2-j-. Twee Side. H�Ndicap-6 Maiden three year Olds i. First division. Lord Walla. 8.�0 j. Fur Tell 1 David Innis 8.4. F. Dummett ,. 2 ,"7.11 a. Mornement ? 3 no scratchings. R. Betting .7 to 4 against lord Walla 7 to 2 Lucky Hoot. .6 to 1 Ore 8 hectare 10 David Innis 14 Mollie con 16 Knight errant 33 tremolo shy August. The. Twelfth. 50 miss Bankhead. Themis. Racing to the turn Mollie con was in charge but lord Walla put in a f ast run on the outside and took charge entering the straight. He Drew away to easily defeat David Innis by one and three Quarter lengths with Mollie can a neck away third. Then came Lucky Hoot Ore themis tre Molo August the twelfth hectare shy. And Knight errant with miss Bankhead last. Time 1,143. Cran Mallan trial if Miles companion 8.1 e. Preston. L Swettenham 8.4 a. Dewhurst. 2 8.11 r. Elliot 3 no scratchings. Betting 3 to l swetters am 4 de curio companion 6 Contact. 8 caucasian 12 March. Morn 15 . 20 Imit an 38, Tudor. King 50 Gaoler 100 Patagonia. ?.". -1. Trie Field was bunched to the turn and there was Little Between Swettenham and Contact enter ing the straight. Swettenham. Was the first to run Down , but companion finished on strongly and got up to. Defeat half a head with half. A head away third. Then Carne Contact Pata Gonia Gaoler. Caucasian. Init Ari March morn and de curio with Tudor King last time 2.7i. William Reid stakes 6f. V magic. Circle i to John brom wichn.s.w.6-4,6-i 9-7. J women s singles Semi finals. Miss n. Wynne Vic d miss j. Har Tigan n.s.w.6-0, 3-6, 6-1. 1 men a do Ubl est final 5 q list j. Bromwich d. A. Crawford a. Mcgrath 6-3. 7- 5 6h-1 apprentice. Jockey Breaks both legs Melbourne saturday. M. Moore lightweight apprentice a jockey had both legs fractured in a fall it Caulfield today and was taken to Epworth Hospital. Moore who was on Bon Spiel was just Gosf on to the track to exercise the gelding when Bon Spiel reared and fell on to him. Melbourne. Saturday. Counterfeit �6 notes were in circulation before the first race at Mooney Valley toddy. One of them was accepted leading bookmaker and taken for a Cash bet. But fortunately for the Fielde the counterfeiter picked. The wrong horse backing the favo rite. Juma. The notes Wera splendid imitations

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