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COLERAINE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
- COLERAINE RACING CLUB. Maiden Plate.— Goldsmith, fiat. 121b., 1; Lady Frances, 9st„ 2 ; Teelunua, 8s-t. 121b., 3. Maidon Hurdle Race.— Rocket, lOst. 111b., 1; Popj-or*3 Minerva, lOst. 71b., 2: M'Lean's Minerva, lOst. 71b., 3. * Oj-on Handicap. — Ballara't, lOst., I : Midnight, : 8st. 51b., 2 ; Warrij^il, 7st. 5Hb., 3. Selling Race.— I»on Alonzo, 8s-t. 121b.t 1 : Friar, « ' Sst. 121b., 2; Lady Frances, 3, Amateur Race.— Federation, lOst. 91b., 1 ; Robin. - Hood, lOst. 101b.. 2; Rufus, list. 7lb.f 3. ? Hurdle Race.— Primalo, t j Rufus, t- Two- ran.; . Stakes divided. ' Hack Race.— Friar, 1 ; Beenwine, 2; Lalasje, 3.' Final Flutter. — Federation, 'Jst. 71b., 1 ; Rocket^ ? Ost. 71b., 2 j Perch, 3. Nine ran.
HUTCHENS AND SAMUELS MATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
HUTCHENS AND SAMUELS MATCHED. A match between Hutehens, the English champion, and Samuels, the well-known Queensland sprinter;. h;wi been successfully arranged, and the stakafeolder, referee, and starter will be selected! from the Carrington officials, while the remainder of tlio com mittee will conduct the- preliminaries and see that everything is; c;u-ried out honestly and fairly. The agreement iets forth that tho contest shall be for-Jtt0O aside, distance 150yds., to take plii.ee; -m. the Carrington Grounds. The winner- shall, take two thirds of the gate money, and the loser one-third. £25 was puit up on both sides on signing the articles), and the balance will be handed in ou January 15, 18S7, and the match will take place on January 27.
JACKSON AND STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
Jackson anix stewart. Apparently tho proposed fight between Stewart and Jackson, which was to have taken placo on February 7, is extremely unlikely to come off. Tllis is exactly how the matter stands. Deposits amounting to £25 from each man wore lodged with the stakeholder on Friday;. December 2J-, and the articles provided! that a further deposit of £25 from eaoh man was to bo zoado on 'Wednesday,, December 2!). Stewart duly called on that day, and lodged his .£25, but Jackson did not show up. On Thursday Jackson coiled, aiid said he had arrived on Wednesday night after the stakeholder's 'office was closed, but he did not then pay over his deposit ; he merely promised1 to bring it later on. Oil: Kridtvy ho called again, also without the uxmuy, but said he intended to bring it iia an lour or two. He was informed that, as the condi tion had been broken it-wouliUbe-neeessavy ti» notify Stewart, wliich- was; immediately done, and Jackson departed1,, avowing liis intention to bring the ...
BEGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
BEOA AJTNTJAL RACES. The following' acceptances have been re ceived for the annual 'racos, to bo held on the 11th arid 12th instant : — cup. Comus r. _Glenduart ' Scamp ^ ... Prozrc»a3 ' : Adam ? . ' ? . Verdict Paich. TOVi^N PLATE. Comus Kameruka Scamp Progress Adam Verdict Patch ' ' Komaney Rtnnie Gadbro
CORAKI JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
COEAK1 JOCKEY CLUB RACES. The Coraki Jockoy Club Races, which were ?postponod from Saturday on account of tho »0g»y. state of tho courso, were commenced on Monday with fine woatlier, but tho course was still very heavy. There was a fair atten dance. .. ? MAIDEN PLATE. -?/ Mr. M'Pherson's Azalea, 9at. 21b.' ... 1 i Mr. J. C. Irvine's Tomki, 9st.21b. ... 2 ' ? Mr.:G; Page's Gladiator, gat. Ulb.' 3 * Southwood, Fishmo?.gor,/arid Hosselltine: also ran. A fair start was effected, but tho course only allowed a hand-gallop. Azaloa won, hard held, by a couplo of lengths. SELLING RACE. , Madelina ... ? ? 1 . Cambusena, Rosey, and North Star also ?started. Won easily. — ? ? town .pi»ate.„ ? . '? Leinster, Sst. 101b. ... ... .. * ..V'T Youug Osrnan, 7st,v ? 2 1 Iuniskillen, Gst.' ... .V. - ... ... 3 ; j Five started. Uproarious, 6st. 121b., jibbed at the start, and ultimately refused to go. i Leinster, with Sst. 101b. up, assumod tho load, ;and kept it all 'roiind,. coming in first; hard 'held...
COUNTRY RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) FORBES RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
COUNTRY RACES. (from our own correspondents.) I FORBES RACES. course, on Saturday'Tftft6fyno off on tho race 1 was fair. _ The raccs on tho .wFfti(?tt£ndanco I of middling quality. Tho foUowingilT~tfc&- result:— * 1 Opening Handicap of 10 sovs. Jir. . Richard's Remark ? 1 Mr. S. Bowler's Norma ? 2 Mr. B. M* Lean's Gladstone ? 3 ' runo started. ' . ^ Handicap Trot of 10 sovs. Mr. R. Low's Ben Bolt ... ... 1 Mr. Richard's SSeel Ribs ? .... 2 Mr. Larkin's Starchy ? ,...3 I Twelve started.. . v| Summer Handicap of 25 sovs. Mr, B. M4Lean's Redeotner ? 1 « Mr. W. Richard's Mosquito ? .2 ^Mr. A. Watt's Blink Bonnie ... .... 3 Nine started. A protost was entored againnt Redeemer for carrying overweight. Selling Race of 10 sovs. (Amateur ridors). Mr, G. Thompson's Robert the Dart ... 1 Mr. M'Loan's Mariner ? 2 Mr. M. B. Rawsthorne's Golden Bell ... 3 Five started. Flying Handicap of 10 sovs, Mr. M'Lean's Redeemer ? 1 Mr. W. Richards' Mosquito ? 2 Mr. Richards' Remark ? 3 A protest wa...
BEECHWORTH AMATEUR RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
BEECHWOETH AMATEUR RACING CLUB. Maiden Plate. — Penelope, 1 ; Doefoot, 2 ; Chase- ? away, 3. Fivo ran. Flying Handicap, sis furlongs. — Donald, 1 : Fiz- . gig, 2. Time, lmin. 20Js-ec. Seven ran. Now Year's Day Handicap, ono mile and a quarter.— Ravenstoin, 1 ; Fly, 2 ; Ashbritou, 3. * 'i'ime,2iniu. 15sec. Seven ran. Hurdle Race, ono mile and a-half. — Donor, 1 ; Mystery, 2 ; Shanghrnun, 3. Four ran. Time, omin. 8sec. Town Plato, 1 mile. — Fly, 1; Ashbriton, 2; Jurassic, 3. Seven ran. Time, lmin. 47£sec. La, dies' Bracelet, fivo furlongs.— Donald, lI';. ?*! :Eavenstein, 2 ; Larrikin, 3. Ten ran. ? » Final Flutter.— Mystery, 1 ; Fly, 2 ; Penelope, 3*.
BULN BULN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
BULN BIJLN TURF CLUB, Maiden Plate, of 10 sovs., ono milo. — Palmaria, 1 ; Jean, 2 ; Brown and Rose, 3. Fonrteen ran. . ? Farmers' Purse, of 10 sovs. — Renown, 1; Happy Jack, 2 : Achillcs, 3. Fourteen ran. Hurdlo Raco. of 25 sovs., two iniles. — ConcorA, 1; Drouin, 2 j Achilles, 3. Sovcn ran. * Bnln Buln Cup, of 35 bovh., two miles.— Blue Boll, 1 ; Grenadier, 2 j Mowburn, 3. Nino ran. Trot f ing Race. — Orphan Girl, 1; Jerry,- 2/ Jess, 3. District Handicap, of 20 sovo.— Selim, 1; Pal maria, 2 ; Renown, 3. Twelvornn. Handicap Steeplechase, of 20 sovs., two miles, — - Drouin, 1; Brownlock, 2; Distnrbauce, 3. Eight ? ran. - Consolation Stakes, one mile. — Young Sam, 1: ** Plato, 2.
LAL LAL FALLS TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
LAL LAL JFALLS TURF CLUB', . The annnai meefing of Ibo Lai Lai 'Falls Turf Club, held on iNcw Year's Day, was largely at- ' tended. It is computed that nbout 30,000 persons congregated around tho racecourBe; .over 10,009 going from Ballarjit by si)Cc}bI trains alona. .Tho s meeting was most succcssful, aud thoi improve ments recently effected by tho club, including the ' inew grand stand and lawn, wore highly appre TfAniEhgjesults tVro appended Helier8, 1; Tampeat, 2: C h 0 v 0 r 1 y 3? ~ — . Hurdle Race, of Al»out two miles.— Barney, Ost. 121b., 1 ; Avu, Ost. I01b„ 2; C'olac, 9st. 101b., 3. ? , . ? Selling Flat Race, of 20 bovsi . Ono mile and a qiiarter. — Idalia, 1 5 Adeline, 2; Lapiccdo, 3. Tho winner was bought in for JU25, ? ? ? ( . ' Turf Club Cup, of 50 sovs. Ono mile and n lialf.— Marquo, 7st. 71b., 1; All Black, 7st„ 2; Tempest, Gst. 41b., 3. Time, 2uiin. 43sec. Handicap Trot, of 10 sovs. About threo miles. — Maude, 1; Wooroonooke, 2; .Lachlan,3. Selling Flat, of 15 sovs. ...
MOONEY VALLEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
MOONEY Y ALLEY RACES. There was a very large attendance at tho Mooney Valloy Races on Monday. Tho following aro the results : — MAIDEN PLATE, ? Of 50 sovs; Five furlongs. , , , Mr. Miller's Pingara, by Wellington— Vaude- *, ville, 2 yrs., 6st. 41b!(Turaer) ... . U Sir.- Robertson's Fancy Free, ^yrs;, ' Ost.' 'lib. & (Tomlin)'-- ... \ ... ... ... *i2 Mr.; M'Doiiald'p ' Harridan, 2 jts,, . p3t. 41b. y (carried 6st. 51b.) (Simmou3) ... ... ... 3 The other starters'were : Lady ICato, Lady Markio. Crvisoe, Rdtort, Cro^Ti Brand, Sir William, Pearl Eye, Aspramonte, .West Bourke, Rich Ruby, Design, Glentworth. ' Betting : 9 to 2 v. Pingara, 3 to 1 Harridan,, 7 to 1 Sir William. Half way up .the straight Pingara; camo with a great run, and beat Fancy Free by a bare length, tlio latter being a hoad in front of Harridan. Time,, lmin. Gsoc. . ' NEW TEAR'S GIFT. A handicap of 59 soys. Four and a-half » furlongs. Mi*. Cripps' Derision, by Bolton Green— Fie Fie, 4vra., 'at. 71b. ? (F.Brown...
King of the West. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
Kins' of the West. - 'At Caulfield Mr. W. Moran's promising colt. King of the West, who has performed ?very well in the Western Districtduring the holidays, arrived yesterday in charge of - Kilby, who rode him iu all three races which ho won, viz. : — Maiden Plato and Handicap at Warrriambool, and the Cup at 'Terang.
Mr. CLIBBORN 'S RACING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
CLIBBORN'S RACHMGlSAUE.J f Yesterday afternoon Mr. T. S. Clibborn hold'his I asnual racins? siilo at Fenuoliy's bazaar. Biddfrg jvsts rother-«sjtiefc. Out of 35 horecs brou^hfrifito ] tVo ring, 10' were disposed of forva total 08 '707 g.iineas. Tbu following aro th^ results of 'the- j s\le i Onco Aguitt, ch c, 2yrs., by Y4spasiau~27oHd6nk Iride. Panned in at 80 guiuoas. I Mahdi, Ik-g-, 4yrs., by Sapid Ehy— Starlifcht. . No, j offer. ! Premature, ch li, 5yrs., by G*»n4 Flaiieur— Atue-, 1 thyst. Pft&sdd in nt 105 gutaeaa. HoodwlaJfc, b f. 3yrs., by Rapid Bay— J^itatlont I Engnged in A.J.C. and Y.B.Ci St. Logorr». Pas &«-£ j in at 110 jcuineas. ' 1 Horat. 5rc, tfyrs., by Matebyrnoug— Jeea&mino. Engagedlm A.J.C. and V.B.U: St. Legeis. MlvWl J Foulsiiaut, 85 guineas. ! Bando, c 1, 5 yrs., by GoUbbrough-r-lBUty- Jottxft. Mr. J. AHsop, 38 guineas. Aberss-Mio, Gyrs., by WiIborforce---LadyyAlhot. Passed in at 40 guinoas. Exbflak. b o, 2yra.,by EarminBtor— )5i,nlisia» ...
(By " Not Out.") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 6 January 1887
(By 'Not Out.') The holidays are now over, and criolcefcors as well as other people will be quite settled down again. The intercolonial' match with Victoria, after nn exciting match, ended in favour of the home team, tlia-cfofo tho brilliant batting of Percy M'D&nnell and the excellent bowling of Charlie Turner, both having added considerablj-tfo their lists of triumphs. The Tictorian Warehousemen proved' their superiority ovor their Sydiiey brethren, beating them easily with'.- six wfetefs to spare. For the ivinners, 'Wilson; Thomas, and Letcher hatted splendidly, the Tatter also bowling with deadly effect: Drrrei-, Searle, Hillier, and Patrick were responsible for the majority of the 'rans sconid by the locals. In the fielding de partment the palm must be awarded t& -the visitors, who were first-class. Next Saturday will see the resumption of'tfie matches for the Mayor's Cupv-wh'on tUe second and third matches in the second rocral will be s-tarted. The most importa...