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DENILIQUIN ATHLETIC SOCIETY. The Fly Birds from the Cities nipped. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
D3NILIQTTIN ATHLETIC SOCIETY. The Fly Birds from the Cities nirmed. Tho second annual gathering undor tho management of tho Deniiiquin Athletic Sooioty took placo on Eastor Monday, and was ovon more of a pronounced succoss than tho one which preceded it. A ' largo number of visitors from tho country congregated during tho foronoon, but tho rain of Saturday night and Sunday prevented a great many from putting in an appearance who would otherwise havo been presont. It is estimated that thero woro nearly a lmndrod athletes on tho ground. Thero woro about half-a-dozen who wero looked upon as ' a moral ' for tho ovent, and it was frooly stated that in tlio event of certain of them winning, protests would bo lodged against thom. Tho l-osult allowod tho oorroctuoss of tho anticipations, as protosts woro submitted against tlio first and socond in tho final boat, it was said that tho third, fourth, and fifth men wore placed wrongly. Hall, tho winner, is a magnificent spooimon of an athleto, ...
COOTAMUNDRA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
: COOTAfllUNDRS. SPORTS. Mr. John Quigley promotod a day's sports on Easter Monday. Thoro was somo grand sport, but tho wet woatlior provontod.mony attonding. Maidon Plato. — M. Coonoy. ' Eastor Grand Handicap of -C'25. First prizo, £20 ; socond prizo, .£3 ; third prizo, £2. 150yds. Final. W. Stoon, 11yds. .... ? ... ... 1 ' A. Williams, 12yds.... ... . .... :2 .i . A. H. Howard, 0yds. ... 3 O. Coonoy, 2yds. ... , ... ... '1' j : A. Ash, 12yds. ... 5 Tlie Eastor Cup. — First prizo a silvor oup I valued 'at i£10 10s. ; socond prize, 1 sov. i 120yds. ; . . - . , ? Final. . ? i :'W. Miller, Syds. , ? ? ... ... 1 I ? A. Williams, 9yds ? ? ... ?!! I M. J. Crowley, Syds. ... ... 3 i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
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Caulfield Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
Caulfield Notes. Sinco tlie return of tho local trainers from Sydney, most of the horses have been striding along a bit, Bohemian, Ben Bolt, Chicago, Lord Cochrane, Uncas, Rosewood and Bonnie Doon being amongst the number. Connolly and Batty's string of jumpers have been doing good work over the sticks. Reticent is shaping and looking well. Brown Girl is just up from the paddock. Enniskillen has also joined Batty's team. Myall King has been safely ? boxed at Jones'.
THE SYDNEY DRIVING PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
THE SYDNEY DSBVING PARK. Tho Sydney Driving Par]: held its four teenth meeting 011 tho Agricultural Society's Ground 011 Wednesday last. Notwithstanding tho heavy rains which had fallen tho track was put in good order, and tilings in general wero quite up to tho mark. Business com menced at 2 o'clock, when about 2000 wero present, this number being added to as tho afternoon woro on. Owing in a great measure to the Licensed Victuallers' picnic chwhing ft great number of familiar faces wore missed, together with a larero porcontago of inotal licians, but of tho latter class it may bo stated that a sufficient number wore in attendance to meet tho requirements of backers. MAIDEN TROT, Purso, 25 sovs. Milo heats. First Heat. J-Ir. J. A. Roberts' g m Dozy, ajtd (Vincent) ... 1 Mr. J. Williums' bite g Darkie, u^ed (Morris) ... 2 Mr. A. Town's b f Violottu. Jirrs. (White) ... 3 Mr. W. Lloyd's ch m Kitty, agod (Condon) ... 0 Botting : Even 011 Dozy, 2 to 1 v. Darkie, 3 to 1 Kitfc3*. Darkio w...
RACE MEETINGS. THE LIVERPOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
RAGE MEETINGS. ? THE LIVERPOOL RACES. 'What is oxpocted to bo tho last mooting on | tlio old Liverpool rueecourrfo took place on j Saturday, and it ih supposed that future gather- I inpfs will be held 011 Warwick Farm. .During 1 the forenoon a few heavy hIiowom lull in tho city, and a bad day's snort -mis anticipated ; but before tho train left Kedfcrn fully as innny, if not inoro than usual wore ready to take their departure, ana yeverai iroHn uar ria£C8 woro attached in order to afford accommodation for tho tourists. It way easily diHcerni'oio as tho country was rejiehed that no rain had fallen during the morning, and tho sun shining out brilliantly tho hopes of those on their way to tho^ cour*o wero Bomowhat enlivened. Everything went well so far as the outward journey wan concerned, but the same cannot bo said of tho return, as tho distance, estimated at something like twenty-two miles, oceupicd the enormous timo of ono hour and forty minutes to cover. Besides this tho carriages...
WILCANNIA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
WILCANNIA JOCKEY CLUB. The following aro tho weights for tho two handicaps to bo run on April 28 and 29. ? WILCANNIA HANDICAP. st. lb. st. lb. Cupidon .... 9 2 Tribulation ... 8 4 Richmond ... 9 2 Forward ...' 8 0 Snip ? 8 12 Liberty ... 7 12 Vanguard ... 8 10 Guardsman ... 7 9 Wee Jim ... 8 10 Ailsa ? 7 8 Kingship ... 8 8 Honosty ... 7 G Native ? 8 0 Sluggard ... 7 2 Eaglet ? 8 6 Comba ? 8 0 Alma ? 8 4 WILCANNIA J.C. HANDICAP. „ St. lb. st. lb. Cupidon ... 9 4 Forward ... 8 2 Richmond ... 9 4 Liborty ... 8 0 Snip ? 9 0 Guardsman ... 7 10 Vanguard ... 8 12 Ailsa ? 7 10 Woo Jim ... 8 11 Soquonoo « ... 7 10 Kingship ... 8 9 Flush ? 7 10 Native ? 8 7 Honesty ... 7 8 Eaglet ? 8 6 Sluggard ... 7 2 Alma ... ... 8 6 Comba ... 7 7 Tribulation ... 8 6 Blondoll * ... G 8 Tho picture of Ormonde, with Archer in the saddle, in the possession of Mr, E, E. Jones, is a wonderfully good one,
VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF ' CLUB MEETING-. : iho following aro tho ontries for tho Vic toria Amatour Turf Club Mooting, to tako placo on May 7 : — Trial Stakes, of 100 sovs. ; socond, 10 sovs. G furlongs.— Violet, Mia Mia, Motoor, Staffond, Approbation, All Black, Danseuso, Fair Saxon, Beckwith, Jraster John, Honora, Damocles, Quintin JIatsep, Uneas, Rhotori oian (lato Paddy), Dick Swivellor, Louiso Berta, Now Fashion, Don Giovanni, Dufferin, William Tell, Devotion, Munwyrtina, Vas cosa, I O U, Bonnio Dooii, Chicago, Derision, v„ ? mi ' Lovito, St. Leonards, Sedition. Vermont Handicap Hurdle Race, 150 sovs. and 3 sovs. each ; second, 30 sovs. 1^ milo. — Huntsman, Ellerslio, Maronoy, Whale bone, Star, Goodwood, Courago. Earimil, Hazard, Bushman, Enniskillen, Aristides, Ro vongo, Vanderbilt, Louis Roy, Friction. Studloy, Slilditra, Moolgai, Spartan, Marrone, Milaner, Lothair, Yellow Hnmmor, Thersites, Distiller. Sellino Race, 100 sovs. Winner to bo sold for 100. G furlongs. st.lb. . st. l...
WARWICK TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
WARWICK TURF CLUB. Tho following woights havo been de clared : — ? members' cur. . , , st.lb. st.lb. Ormond ... 9 4 RedWing ..: 7 0 Comet... ... .8 10 Casino... .„ 7 2 Fano ... ... 7 12 Moonstone ... 0 10 Sailor ... ... 7 7 WARWICK HANDICAP. st. lb. st. lb. My Lovo ... 9 4 Parody... ... 7 4 Yabba ? 9 0 Rod Wing ... 8 4 Pirato ... ... 8 10 Sir Jolrn 7 2 Comot... 8 7 Elbe V.. ... 7 0 Ormond ... 8 7 Sleep ... ... G 12 B.Y. ... ... 8 7 Moonstone ... 0 10 Gloiro di Dijon 7 12 Clifton ... - ... G 7 Phoenix ...'7 8 Manaie... ... (- 7 Bortha... .... 7 G ? Erin's Islo ... 0 5 Sailor ?? :.. ^7- ,-^- : FLYING, HANDICAP. : -. st.lb. . st.lb. Ormond ...' , ... 9, 7 Elolio ... ... 7 7 Yabba ... ... 9 -2 Rod Wing ... 7 7 B.Y ? 8 12 Elbo ' ? -74 Fano ... ... 7 13 La Grango ... 7 2 Bortha.... ? 7 10 My Droam . ... G 7 Whirlwind - ... . 7 10 York ?? '...- ... G 5 Sailor ... ' .... - 7 ;'8'= ' ' . - WARWICK T.C. HANDICAP. . St. lb. : , st.lb. ? My Lovo ... 9 4 Parody... ... 7 3i Yabba..., . ... 9 0 Si...
LOOKING BACK. LIVERPOOL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
LOOKING BACK. LIVERPOOL MEETING. (By 'Early Bied.'') Notwithstanding the gloomy outlook on Saturday a great number were not to be denied the pleasure of witnessing whai'is intended to bo the last meeting to be held on the old Liverpool racecourse. The saying that ' old things must pass away ' is in this instance to be fulfilled, and after mature consideration, perhaps it is quite as well that such should take place. Cer tain it is that tho approaches to the in tended rendezvous cannot be worse, and . doubly sure it is that tho running track itself cannot be more inconvenient or dan gerous. Those who planned it out no doubt did their best with the material at hand, and for these small mercies they are entitled to the many thanks of the sporting community. THE RAILWAYS The railway accommodation was more complete with regard to sitting room than usual, and the trip to Liverpool was i covered in proper time. The return, liow ; ever, wsis the most dreary and toilsome one [ imaginable, an...
Q. T. C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
; . Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Tho following rtro tho woights declared for tho handicaps to bo run on Slay 21 arid 21 : — IfOKETON HANDICAP, 300 SOVS. — 1J tnllo. st. lb. st. lb. Kohai ... 9 12 Louis ... ... 8 0 Stanloy ... 9 9. Quambonoson 7 10 Folly ... 9 8 Olarpudon ? ... 7 10 Fraud ... ... 0 5 Ormorid ... 7 8 Ravonswortli... . 9 4 Enniskillon ... 7 7 Zono ... ... 9 4 Gloiro do Dijon 7 G Dagobort ... 9 2 Theorist ... 7 4 Willeroo ... 9 2 Phoenix ... 7 3 Sofch ... ... 9 0 Petronol ' 71 My Lovo ... 8 12 '-Wothorondalo ? G 9 B.Y. ... ... 8 10 , Parody... ... 6 8 Abuso ... ... 8 .9 En or ... ... G 8 Yabba... ... 8 OUloomsbury ... G 7 Freo Soloctor...., 8 - 8 Whirlwind ... G li Pirato ..., ... 8 G Countorfeit ... G G Koroit (lato Sleep ... ... 0 4 ltylstono ... 8'G Swinger, ...GO Medusa ... 8 5 La Grange ... G 0 Wah ... ... 8 2- ; - bkidbane cul ,-iiuu sovs. — miles. - ? . st. lb. . .: 1 st. lb. Kolmi ... ... 9 9 Clarendon ... 7 8 Stanloy... ... 9 7 Enniskillon... 7 7 Folly ? ? 9 G Gloiro...
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
SPORTING NEWS. The committee who worked so hard in order to raise a suitable memorial to E. M'Grade's memory have terminated their honourary duties, and decided to hand over to the deceased's mother the sum o£ JJ200, together with a portrait. A headstone has also been erected. A ' Mr. Abington,' of England, is re ported to have given .£5000 for Spinaway, ,£8000 for Busybody, and a long price for Bal Gal. Spinaway has given pledges of love to Isonomy and Petrarch, but both foals are worthless. Busybody slipped her foal, and Bal Gal was barren last year. Dear breeding this. The Adavale Jockey Club (Q.) is in the ? old with what promises to be a good pro gramme. The announcement is a pre liminary one, and contains a Hurdle Eace of G3 sovs., Flying Handicap, 40 sovs., and Adavale Jockey Club Handicap of 100 sovs. Nominations must reach the secretary by May 25. The Two Thousand Guineas race will be run over the Newmarket Racecourse, adjacent to the residence of the late Fred Archer, to-d...
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. - Tho following entries havo been received for tho Canterbury Park races, to bo hold on Saturday next, in aid of tho Bulli Rcliof Fund : — T he Assistance Stakes, G furlongs.— Mazcppa, Uebus, Fraud, Zebra, Pirato. Sen tence, Astrrca, Straight Shot, Lndy Marion, Ellington, liecniit. Paladin, Sawdust, Slender, Golddnst, Nccklaco, Sir Gar.net, Howlong, Lontnrah, Roslyn, Princo Regent, Irish Queen. The Benevolent Handicap, 7 furlongs. — Navigation, Lc Prix, Festal, Jeremy Diddler, Simpson, Tuscarora, Piokpockot, Fairfield, I ono Star, Becsviing, Emelino, Homo ltulo, Clarion, Chartrcux, Aurelia, Smith O'Brion, Skylark. Tiif. Bulli Relief. Handicap, 1 niile 1 furlong. — Pinkio, Fraud, Enroolydon, Roso bud, Phaon, Gipsy's Warning, Ellington, Rccrnit, Sir Edward, Silver King, Loichhardt, Tristan, Leiimenh, Claud, Undo Nod. The Appropriation Stakes, 7 furlongs. — Jimmy, Joromy Diddler, Zebra, Lady Marion, Straight Shot, Wanda, Lono Star, Golddnst, Sir Garnot, Nopicalli...
FRED GERARD. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
FRED GERARD. Within the last few weeks there re turned to his native shores Fred Gerard, who has been a sojourner in India for sixteen years, but whose success in the saddle while a resident in the land of Rajahs and rice will bear more than favourable comparison with most of the riders who have found their way to that iuwuiwj. uunicu is h native ui luaicianu, New South Wales, and did yeoman service in his calling in most of tho inland towns - of this colony before he took his departure, and wa3 well-known in those days when such riders as Ashworth, Holmes, J. Kean, Stanley, Squeaker Thompson and many others were at their height of fame iu the saddle. Showing more than an ordinary amount of clever ness lie was induced to quit the Australias for India. The portrait represents him in. Captain Broadwood's colours, black cap, salmon body, and white sleeves. Among his testimonials are two from that gentle man, one announcing him as the most care ful and painstaking rider whom the well kn...
TOOWOOMBA TURF CLUB (Q). [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
TOOWOOMBA TURF CLUB (Q). ilie following entries liavo boon received : — Flying Handicap. — Sir Anthony, Norman, Fano, His Worship, /Theorist, Whirlwind, Yabba, Wah; Bertha,' Ormomi, My Lovo, Gloire do Dijon. Town Plate. — Sir John, *'Clif ton, Parody. B.Y., His Wornhip, Theorist, Thamii, Quambonoson, Yabba, Wall, Free Selector, Casino, My Love, Jliss Nowbold, Sleep, Gloiro do Dijon, Elbo, Pirato. Clifford Plate.— Clifton, Fano, B.Y., His Worship, Phcenix, Warkwortli, Yabba, 'Whirlwind, Willi, Bertha, Onnond, My Lovo, Gloiro do Dijon, La Grange. ? Turf Club Handicap. — Sleop, Elbo, Pirato, Sir John, Clifton, Parody, B.Y., Theorist, Phoenix, Quamboneson, Yabba, Wah, Frco Selector, Casino, My Lovo, Medusa, Gloiro do Dijon. Juvenile Stakes.— Sir Anthony, Eleho, Lady Ethel, Norman, Fano, Wliilwind, My Dream, Rose, Gloiro do Dijon, Jasmine, Mil bait, Miss Darcbin. Publicans' Purse.— Norman, Fano, B.Y., His Worship, Phajnix, Yabba Whirlwind, Wall, Freo Soloctor, Bortha, Ormond, My Lovo, Gl...
TRAINERS AND JOCKEYS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
TRAINEKS AND JOCKEYS BALL. We have been shown by Mr. F. Ger ard, who recently returned from India, a neat little programme of a social got up by a number of those interested in race horses iu that land. The front page is or namented with a fiery steed, already mounted and .being led to tho starting post. Tho two inner pages comprise the list of dances (20 in number) and the time for supper, while tho last denotes by whom the ball is, given, and reads as follows : — ' Trainers and Jockeys Ball, Calcutta, 18tli January, 1887.' The idea is a lKjjjjl one, and points conclusively to tholes that a great amount of unanimity exists among them iu that far-o.T land. On these occasions many of the leading citi zens patroniso their ufforts, even from tho residents of Government Hons'.'. Should our lads feel' inclined to set on foot a similar mrg,-omont; and enjoy thomselve3.at the light fantastic, we iiro prepared to do ?ill iu -Our. pov.'er to make the'affair.a sue-. U..S3. ''. ?? . A race moo...
ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. SYDNEY TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 28 April 1887
ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. SYDNEY TURF CLUB. Tho nominations for tho undermentioned events in connection with tho Birthday Sleet ing of tho Sydnoy Turf Club havo been re ceived : — ? Royal Stakes. G furlongs. — Lord Coch rane, Sunshine, Abner, Fair Ellen, Stanley, Liberti', Honeycomb, African, Fig treo, Sawdust, Mitrnillouso. La Valletto, Plutarch, Burrilda, Silver King, Mozart, Struightshot, Stamford, Sentence, Queen's Own, Zcno, Alison, Butter Cup, Bcnnio Doon, Plenipo, Blairgowrio, Tho Folon, Yellow Jackot, Vespasia, Merry Duehoss, Astroca, Wall, Kingfish, Spoilt Child, Mastor John, Paladin, Fraud, Pontifex, Halcyon. Sorolla, Faugh-a-Ballugh, Lady Marion, Slender, Yot man, Princo Rogent, Rossivillo, Glen Elgin, Dova, Matador, Paradox, Oceana, Honeydow, Crossfire, Tho Queen, I O U, Rosebud, St. John, Simon, Cardigan, Fearer, Recruit, Aristocrat, Moroc, ICitawa, Goldlako, Mac kay, I'liaon, Tom Brown, Scatterficld, Koith, Major, Centaur, Kingsgrove, Tomboy, Fer nandez, Alia Mia, ...