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SPOUTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
SPOUTING NEWS. At. a meeting of the Australian Jockey Club, held on Tuesday evening, the fol lowing ollkers were appointed for the current year : — Tho Hon. James White, chairman ; Mr. W. U. Waltonl, trea surer; ?Mr. Andrew Town, judge ; Mr. ?I. A. Scarr, handieappiT ; and J. Asli wortli. clerk of the courae. The use of the racecourse was granted toTattersall's Club for nice meetings to be held on August '27 and December :U, and Janu nry 2, 18SS. Other business of minor importance was transacted. Chnrmer (imp.) has been purchased by Mr. J. M'Niekle. of Wagga, from Mr. J. K. Onus, but the prico has not trans pired. Entries close this afternoon for the two principal handicaps to take place in con nection with the Bathurst races. The Hon. AY. A. Long has decided to be represented by Moorchouse alone in the V.H.C. Sires'' Produce Stakes. The Canterbury Park Club have both selected August 27 and December 31 for their meetings during those months. We have had the pleasure of viewing the y...
INTERVIEW WITH HUTCHENS, The Champion Will Run Mr. malone or Myers a Quarter. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
INTERVIEW WITH HUTCHENS, Ths Champion Will Run nx.ilone or Myers a Quarter. ( BT ' NlSIBLEFOOT.'! I took a journey on Tuesday morning to the Pier Hotel, Botany, and thnre found Hutchens, with his trainer and backer, making preparations to leave by that even ing's train for Melbourne, to there run Clarke, and 1 immediately opened the con versation oy reniai-King tnas the noc weather would be trying to Uutchens. ' Yes,' remarked the champion, ' but Parramatta is a very hot place. I found the people, however, very kind there, and they let me eat as much fruit as I wanted for the picking of it. I am getting better accustomed to the heat now, mid in a little while will not mind it. Tho few cool days before running Malone were very refresh ing to me, and reminded one of the old country. ' When I first came hero I think I did a quarter-second oft' even, and in a week I went as much as a half a second to the bad of even. Yet with a deal of attention from my able trainer, Mr. Wisdom, I did a...
V.R.C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
V.K.C. B.aces. The Hon. W. Robertson will not run anything for the V.K.C. Autumn Meeting, and Mitrailleuse has l-.;e:i weighted 7st. 81b. in mistake, but will aot start. The Echuua acoeritaucos :iw due to morrow ; also the general ?.'ntries for the races which take place on Friday.
Ewins v. Hackford. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Ewinsv. Hacfcford. Last week a challenge was published from Ewins to Hackford to walk 50 mile3 for J623 a-sido. A deposit of a 'fiver' nccompanied the letter. Hackford answers this by sending along his JK3 to cover tho deposit. With respect to Cann's offer to walk any man in Australia from 1 to 30 miles, Hackford says he is quite willing to let him come iu and plant down his .£23 and make it a swoepstako walk.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
'THE REFEREE.' RATES for ADVERTISING. Ordluary AdvcrtUIng ltntc. SltimtionB Vucnut ? £ £' G Ilir*lw..l)ftitli«, mid JUrrlnitoi ... '' 0 1 0 OrJiiiuivAdiertlbcineutsdCworda) 0 1 0 i!i.;j.hj,o»no;-or.i.; (*won*- :- -S' 1 S ffirr'.:™1!' ::: ::: z g J § Umlor Reading Mutter. Eacl' Inch ? ? # i 0
TWO-YEAR-OLD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
TWO-YBAR-OIiD RACING. [''By Eaui.y Bihd.'] Two-year-old racing is the most lm .portuut topic- unionist sportsmen in America to-day. It is only recently that the same subject was the burning qius tion in Avistrnlin, but fortmmtely or nuforlnnately. as the case iniiy be. the matter with us was allowed to die out without any successful issue being arrived at. either for or against it. That we do, in most instances, race our youngsters too severely cannot be denied, nnd so Ion' as rich prizes are offered. there is no reason to expect that there will be any frilling off in this class of sport. Periodically tho subject has broken out iu. Kugliind without any decided steps having been' taken, and the ablest turf reformers have written and tallied over it until they were tired, and with the exception of Sir Joseph llawley baving succeeded in getting the date thrown back to May 1. nothing was done. But this was not allowed to exist loug. a- Admiral Uous was successful in having it repealed, ...
QUESTION BOX [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
QUESTION BOX M. U. Pl-htihiuSk-Wusi John I,. Sullivnn ever tjiMtbii liy any ponoii 'incu he took !o ihc rim;; if mo liv wliom, and at what place ?-IIo wns never bcalea. Si-nscitiiiKit.— 1. Hiinliiii. 2. SiiiuiicIr' brother never i-.i'i at Unt-.im . :'.. .1 . Vlnys C iv inmvj of five onril crib. J. l'kiyx 7.V.H-. ,T. fi with :: liolca, C. plavs 7.. Does be tiiliu n ran of three ? Yc.i. .A. Thomas imIu.-Ik Samuels (the itl.oi-ivc.nal run ner) cli.iniii!'in of tlie world or only of Kii^luml i if so how could UutcliKiis ruu iMiilonu lor mo ciiiuupioii . Mliip after Ireinc licnton l.v S.iniuehi ? We should any tint Samuel-- was entitled to be (itylcil chum l-ibn of the world, hi Huteheus wns ooiuiuouly uc crcditeil with liolui; tlu Wat in.m known. Tf.MNK!:.— Olio Jiiiinlrc-1 und ninoty-four nouii mtioiis have been received for the Victorian tiUm;- Produce Stnke*. Wai.ci:.— The plaep« in hist Newinnrkot Hnndi e.ip wore lillort by Williinii Tell, Silvcriniuc, uud Victo'iim nsk-.-Wlmt iu th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Kace Mooting-s. - GLEN IXNES JOCKEY CLUD IIEBT): ING. 1387. To take lHace on WEDNESDAY ami THURSDAY, iMARCH lliaudl', Prcsidc-nt : Alcxaiul^r Eortwra. Vice-iiresiilonts : .T. V. Ut;r anil T-r. Wrlgloy. Haudicamier : H. C. SP. Vlijccut. Jlldgo : A. Eod;ro?s, Treasurer aud Weih'hini,- Cleri : V. M'Cormaclt. Starter : Dr. -\Vriifloy.. Clork of tlio Cojirso : Walter J'.- H-'iwko. To bo conducted under the Biaiicseniaat of tho Committee. FIRST DAY, WEDNESCA^V To start at 12 sharp. ANNEXATION HANMCA7?,' Of SO sovs. ; six furlongs. Second horso tc'scesive lOsovs. from the prize. Nouiinaticr.,. Jisov. j aecjptaiico.l sov. To start at 12.15. I300T1IH0I.DERS' GIFT OfSOsovs. ; once round. Tho winner tf- i't'FOlrt for.toO; if cutored to be sold for .C25, cHowed 1H1). ; for nil, 281b. ; surplus to so to tho timiU. Entrance, 00a. ' To start at iffl). : TIIE GLEN INNES GUP 1 Of 200 n'vs. ; one mile aud three-quarters. Sictont i horso to recoivo 20 sors., nnd third 10 sovs. i tmn- : the prize, isom...
Newerarket Handicap Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Nowr-.arkot Handicap Candidates. The first of the six furlong candi dates engaged in tho forthcoming autumn meeting to npucar was Hog manay, who executed a useful gallon of over a mile on the tan, going freo and well. Volcano, with Trident for a com panion, traversed a uiilo on the tun in fine stylo, the son of Chester being very anxious to travel faster than his mentor cared to allow ihiin. Quinten Matsep ran seven furlongs at half-pace, and Musk Roso did serviceable work. Dunlop being very dotty, wna given some half-pace extending on the tan, and Sardius, with old Allauder for a companion, moved along nicely on the outer track. Lord Wilton only cantered, us did The Levite and Lara separately. Maddoliua, with the Agent, cantered and spurted over a circuit of the outer truck, tiuishiiig up strong. Kiora moved along gently ; Sedition can tered, and then rnn home fast over six iiirionfjs. otraignt snoi exercisou sieacmy on the tan, and Britjantino was also treated mildly. Harvester wu...
Hutchens v. Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Hutchons v. Clarke. Harry Hutchons and Will Clarke came to arrangements with Gurne.y to run on his cinder track on Saturday and Monday next, the distances being 50, 100, and 130yds., for .£:i00 and the championship. Hutchens arrived to-day from Sydney, and is reported to be in the very best form. Clarke is in the hands of his brother Jim at Sorrento, and ia confident about his condition. | |Hutohen8 is a strong favourite for the match with Clarke.
Changed Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Changed Hand3. An Auckland telegr.-un stat-js that Lady Florin, by Musket, has been purchased on behalf of a Napier sportsman for £500. The thoroughbred stallion Prodigal, by The Poor (imp.) from Fortress (imp.) has recently changed hands, and has gone to his new home. At oallandcan, Creole, the trotting pony, has changed hands, and goes to Mr. W. Kelso, across the Border. Dufferin, who was formely under the charge of Cripp3 Bros., has been transferred to Joe Morri son's string at Flcmiugton. Commotion i3 still suspended in slings, and Mr. Dakin thinks he will always be crippled.
Betting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Bottinf. Newmarket Handicap.— 100 to 10 Wil liam Toll, 100 to K want'.-d ; luo to 5 bar one, Isouomy being iiuiuired about. Tri dent has been made favourite for the Aus tralian Cup at 100 to 10, others at 100 to 8. For doubles the favourite picks are William Tell and Trident, William Toll and Trenton, William Toil and Nelson, also William Tell, Isonomy. and Grace Darling with the Cup favourites mentioned. No betting on the Champion Enci?. For tho Geclong Gold Cup 3 to 1 on field is offered, Recall and Sheet Anchor standing at that price.
Flemington Training Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 27 January 1887
Fleming-ton Training Notes. Dull, cloudy weather, accompanied with slight drizzly rain, ushered iu daylight yes terday, and work was not commencod quite so early as wasthecase during the previous week. Mr. W. Hickenbotham was first to use the tracks, which ho did shortly before 5 o'clock, by sending Honeybee a useful gallop, ussie cantered and spurted live furlongs, whikt the remainder of the team later all did gentle exercise. Mr. J. Mor rison did not over-exert New Fashion, Beeswin;;, Ormonde, or Dnfferin, who can tered. 31 r. T. Payten sent Aberdeen and Perfume a six-furlong spin, iu which the former showed to most advantage. Abor coru cantered. Mr. S. G. Cook's Leider tafel and |Brinkuiun cantered, the former spurting home. Mr. W. E. Dakin sent Escutcheon singly on the tan and Tranter and Mana cantered and spurted, Trent and Musk Roso were given steady work. Whakawai, Damocles, and the Horatio colt were not over-exerted. The Pencil ran a mile and a half fairly well. Mr. J. Rcdfc...