The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia on December 28, 1951 · Page 6
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B The Sydney Morning Herald, Frl.. De. 28". ,1951' FANCIES FOR R ANDWICK )ay 1M(1W0RKREVIEW OF RANDWIGK FORMlGTON Race 1.0 I-YEAR-OLD NOVICE Hcru II. 1 Qfl JUVENILE NOVICE HCP.I Sf. 3 & 4-Y-O. 21. 1U HANDICAP, 2.50 CARRINGTON STAKES, l. 3.30 NOVICE HANDICAP. . PACE 4,10 WELTER, 4.50 DENMAN HANDICAP, J'.m "Herald" RESTRAINT Mltnelz ... Glenlssa ... Suncun. Lord Forrest IRISH FIELD 1 Apex 2 Thunder Ood 3 TlTIAN Artols Hesdln .... F1RB GOLD . t G. Applause 2 Silent Partner 3 GOLDEN TAN I Tea Towel .. 2 Valiant Lee . 3 B'KBROOK Nlaranga .... Revenue k Beil BeU. "Sun" RESTRAINT Mametx ... Oleniua L. FORREST . The Mall Nice lip .... IRISH Ape Whirl FIELD I 2 .1 HESDIN Aden , Titian . S. PARTNER , Faraechon , G, Applauie , VALIANT LEB 1 Thunder God . 2 Tea Towel .. 3 BANKBROOK 1 Prince Grand 2 Captain . Theo "Mirror" RESTRAINT Mamelr, L ,,,, Oleniua ... NICE JIP . Lord Forreit The Mall . IRISH Whirl Apex FIELD 1 2 3 RIM BOY Titian Hesdln . . RE'MUER ME I G. Applause . 2 Fire Gold .. 3 TH'DER GOD I Tea Towel .. 2 Golden Tan . 3 BANKBROOK Nlaranga . . , Prince Grand . 'Sportsman" BLUE M'TAIN I Mametz 2 Watctlady 3 L. FORREST I Channel Breeze 2 The Mall .... 3 IRISH FIELD 1 Whirl ....... 2 Thunder God . 3 TITIAN Hesdln Aden G. APPLAUSE 1 Remember Me 2 Fire Gold ... 3 TEA TOWEL I Valiant Lee . 2 Golden Tan .. 3 BANKBROOK 1 Captain Theo 2 Nlaranga .... 3 "Newsletter" BLUB M'TAIN I Restraint .... 2 Slave Girl' ... 3 T. FORREST 1 Nice Hp .... 2 Channel Breea 3 WHIRL 1 Thunder God 2 Irish Field .'..3 TITIAN Rim Boy Hcllofly . FAMECHON , Hlonlli' ..... G. Applause , TH'DER GOD 1 Texas 2 Old Jamaica . 3 BANKBROOK 1 Captain Theo 2 Nlarama .... 3 M. Favoured Randwick Tke Jip Mall RESTRAINT .11 A 2mm. ITMi mIm miaJ i TWO furi.i Defame. 16. Tarn "loearan J faH.i Merrle Merlon, 37W Cape L. FORREST 1 Berry, 3d Heliopolii end Supremo,! .... 2 lj water May, rsigju sjouing, ana .umirai s i-aay ,si dik vnancc, 3Vt Wonder Gold, 38Vil Three noses, asm inataoa ana rugm1 Dauihter. 38V4t Reno Rose an Avonalr, 38V4rGlenlua, 38Wt Fair Spin and Free Life, 39; 8weet Tonic and Rummy, 39s - Masque, 39vai IRISH FIELD 1 Whirl 1 Apex 3 TITIAN Hesdia . Rim Bor , i 1 . 2 and Rummy, 39s Masque, 39vat 3 lorafflto and Blue Mountain, 39Va: Royal Piper ami British Justice, 39vil West End. 40: Auld Acauaint. ante, 43. Four furl.t Restraint led Tamuncha. 3 len.. 30 Quarter Deck, TEA TOWEL A TH. GOD 1 Valiant Lee . 3 BANKBROOK I Nlaranga .... 2 Captnha Theo 3 BEST BET: Titian. BEST DOUBLE: Titian and Bankbrook. FOR THE TOTE: Hamad. To-morrow's Fields, Likely Riders Number before horti Birnfj Indicate flnlihlnsf Boiilinru. ft Dtnnlti not I- flnt nlna. rates bom bu not Muted In I tut three montiu. Apprentice can claim In all recei except CanrlKftoo SUkts. 5 FELSCOR (17), 8-2 W.,Traecey 9 6 PIERROT (3), 8-2 H. Honlcy 10 9 FIRST ROMANCE (4). 8-2 .. J. Hlckcy II 1.0 Two-year-old Hep., 5f lit 540 and aweepstaken 2nd 140; 3rd 70. 916 RESTRAINT (13), 8-12 ... A. Ward 2 42 MAMETZ (4), 8-12 D. Munro 3 1 WATF.RLADY (21), 8-12 . F. Hlckey 4 2 SEA STORY (3), 8-11 .. N. Sellwood 3 01 GLEN1SSA (12), 8-10 .. E. Sheather 6 FLECK O), 8-9 W. Traecey 7 TAMUNCHA (17), 8-9 8 0 PURPLB SASH (16), 8-9-.. K. Davis 9 FLIGHT'S DAUGHTER (10), 8-9, , R. Selkrlj 10 SIDE BY SIDE (23)1 8-9 .... I. Loguo II 8.10 MORGEANA (19), 8-7 ... P. Burkhardt 12 83 WITH REGARDS (9), 8-7 K. Barratt 13 0 GRAFFITO (3), 8-7 . . N. McGrowdle 14 3 SYLVIA DB GUISB (ID, 8-6 B. Moon 13 en n ana's runmR ram. Jl.t . 6 SLAVE GIRL (13), 8-4 .... H. Hanley 17 04 LATE NEWS (22), 8-4 ... S. Cassldy 18 0 NIZAMVALE (2), 8-3 S. Bush 19 04 BUSH CHAPEL (6), 8-3 .. W. Briscoe 20 001 CAPE D'OR (14), 8-2 .... K. ConneU 21 47 CAPE BERRY (7), 8-2 .. A. Thompson 22 633 GILT GIRL (18), 8-2 F. Hudson 23 1.30 Juvenile Nov;-Hep., 5f lit 540 and sweepstakes; 2nd 140; 3rd 70. 1 NICE JIP (9). 8-12 W. Briscoe 1 032 CHANNEL BREEZB (13). 8-9 G. Moore 2 PLUCK (II), 8-7 . 3 SUNCUP (7), 8-7 . R. Selkrlg 4 4 LORD FORREST (14), 8-5 .. D. Munro 3 4 GULLIVER (5), 8-5 W. Bliss 6 0 THE MALL (15), 8-4 .... N. Sellwood 7 0 ADVOCATE (1), 8-2 A. Ward 8 C. APPLAUSE I Fire Gold, Rimrmbtr Mi 1 jput Titian. Sli'The Mall led Royai signal, a ten., aiwi ruuson aoa Royal Tim, SIVil Slave Girl led Bush i-napei, 4 ten,, ami iomeay neiic, 52t Beau Gene. 52t6i Miks Tumba. 5214; Rim Boy, Alkanna, and Carte mancne. szv.i Marine viciorv ana Mametx, 52V4; Ocean Spray, Princess Zara, and Surete, iVA Rana'a Choice, 52V61 Morgeana led El Dux, 2 len., 5216; Mauresque. -Torrl, and Spearby, 53t Chastise and Channel rjreeze. aji irjinur ninsonv ana Rippling River, 53141 Bias. 56; Late News, 56: AU Gene, 58. Five rmrl.t Grand Step and Lord . Saunders, I.4W1 Svncooatlon. 1.4(41 Old Jam. aica and Passing Fancy, 1.414; Lake John led fleau Manna, 4 ien i.si Blaak Mleatea aorw has act start. tool, rj'iir "r.nimi.uivii Politeii: l.5V4i Star Kina and Red Ribbon 1.(1 Ollilpl and Battlewyse, 1.6V: .0 Year-old f Novice: LUR MOUNTAIN. 9.0 ffi. HiuMt With third la Klnderiuten Sukei iu Kcona to ucicDrttea in ueccm-ber Nursery lut Saturday, hai tn- uriaTinB rrvrm. mum db coniiaerca BRATAAINT. Ltl (V O. AltmnV Lea u ine wtjr to win Koseniu a- -u, Miiaen ner iccona inn, sennalnted when ilith ta Cele- brited last Siturdiy, but bu worked wen lincc. MAMKTZ. H-12 fleck Mllcholll Fourth In Klndergirten Stikci at flrtt tart, then finUhed ori well to run Keiiraim io-i necK at kokoiu, im-provlna Ally of promlw. TTAicriiiAUii via w, 4, mniini. Hiving her flrtt itart In a race. flntihed Jmpreulvely to be third to1 Celebrated and Blue Mountain lait Saturday. Improving youngster. i SEA STORY, 8-11 (M. McCarten). At her only itart In a race flntihed iccond to Olenlaia at Hawkeibury. Llkclv to he imnrnved bv run. ULENiattAr H1U IL, Mcwannii lot o( Around to beat rv In lat stride mi Hawkea: bury. That performance U certain1 Made un Sea Story In last ORfi RIPPI INO H1VPR (M. Si R. Smltl U CL UUA (Hi tH IJ 40 DIXIE COOKER (10), 8-0 ... K. Davfa 14 805 HAMAD (12). 7-12 S. Cassldy IS 08 ROYAL PIPER (16), 7-11 G. Podmorc 16 006 WONOA WOOD (2), 7-10 . F. Hudson 17 2.10 Three And Four Year Old Hep., 1m 1st 540 and sweepstakes; 2nd 140: 3rd 70. 502 WHIRL (2), 9-0 D. Munro I 425 THUNDER GOD (3), 8-7 .. G. Moore 2 567 APEX (9), 8-5 B. Smith 3 391 IRISH FIELD (10), 8-3 N. Watterson 4 006 REEL (8), 7-8 N. McGrowdle 5 0 DAINTY BELLE (4), 7-8 . . W. Camer 6 300 HAVAOO (7), 7-8 R. Binder 7 318 MANSTRIDE 5. 7-6 .... B. Murphy 8 608 WIDGEE LASS (6), 7-1 .. K. ConneU 9 000 OPULENT CD, 7-0 S. Taylor 10 2.50 Carrington Stakes, 6f 1st. 1,223 and sweepstakes; 2nd, 350; 3rd, 116 TITIAN (4), 8-7 462 RIM BOY (6), 8-7 ... 108 ARTOIS (9), 8-1 202 HESDIN (2), 8-1 105 HELIOFLY (I), 8-0 ,., 823 ADEN (8). 7-11 ..... 101 DUNOALEER (7), 7-5 521 STELVIO (5), 7-5 ... 108 W1NM1L (3, 6-12 ... .... B. Smith ... G. Moore .... A. Ward ... K. Barratt . G. Podmore , N, Sellwood . R. Cochrane P. Burkhardt .... R. Reed 3nA ht IT i 4 1.6: GflilpI and Battlewyse, 1.6V4! .30 NoVICe Handicap, lm Thunder 5od. UWiBeanban, 1.8: An mA au.n.,.v.a, a i un, Du Lad, l.BVil Trumps, 1.9; 1st, 540 and sweepstakes; 2nd, 140; Hamad, 1.10; Havago, l.fotii Mid. utti 1 1At PahBB,ar. 1 11 flic juu niyrviit w, -u . mvwv i ruri.l Apex, 1.1B1 wens wona, 609 GRAND APPLAUSE 3), 8-5 .... 2 h.2iv4t Kevnaml. 1.22; Taranta Ra au4 aiL-rsm rrtRiPica vo;, -a, o. moon and St. Luis, l.xzvat l-ioerai rung, 903 REMEMBER MB (8), 7-7, A. Podmore 4 t.2S. Seven hrl.l Fire Oold. I.34vSl 120 ROD CHIP (7). 7-5 B. Bell 5 Golden Tan. 1.3514; King's Double, 440 REN TROVATO 12). 7-4 I. DeeW 6 l.lfitAi H.nfahrnnk. 1.40: Eschanoe. ujo riHr, uulu in, fi iv. Dinau i.43. tm mnai jsoub, s.su, 530 BILLHllNrsi Is 31. 7-3, . Mcurowaie 0 Tan Trark 268 FAMECHON O), 7-3 .... K. Connell 9 ha,, Hlgh Brow, 36; . - - ... i. , Shaula and sentry, 37: wnirnlla. 4.10 Pac Welter. lm 33vl; Sky Hawk. 37V6: Versher, riiA x 1 n, 1 Ilia VJtV mm wcc1t9ia(. i,su, kitv) sra, fcu. Beau Dauphin, 39: Joy 000 TRUMPS (8).' 9-4 W. BIIh S99 OLD JAMAICA (5). 9-0 .. O. Podmore 401 TEA TOWEL (4). 9-0 ...... R. Adams 130 VALIANT LEE 3), 8-7 N. Sellwood 425 THUNDER OOD (1), 8-4 .... G. Moore 227 BLANDSTREAM (10). 8-2 .... B. Davis 006 ZIPPER (7), 8-2 W. Camer 155 TEXAS (9). 7-13 B. Smith 100 CHIEF MOHICAN (2). 7-11. N. McGrowdle 004 GOLDEN TAN (6), 7-9 4icr. Lad and Foreign Exchange. 39V6t Colonel Pie. 3QVi Denier'! Gold and Fel- 1 own, 39Wi Eastern Charm and Olan- i mm, 4ui weieome, in sir ruoi ana 3 Tmirnftl. lt: Ralllerv and Ballet Star. 4 41; Nizam Vale and Valdare. 42; a waywue, f urenvme, mm narrow, 6AAi Fine Salute. 43 Wit Mumter. 7 43V4! Flood Year. 44; One World 8 and Plywood, 44; Fonoicnerry, 44. Four furl.t Rhumba. SQUii Reef. 51: 9 ! Silent Nell, 5W, Lady Susan. SIWi win hfr Int nf Jimnnrtri here. FLECK. 8-9 (E. J. Fellows): Hat not raced hut la an attractive worker who has shown more than average quauty. May nera a run or two to i ner, TAMUNCHA. H-9 IF. C. AllBOD)! Slater to Silver Link and itabltmate oi Restraint, who It preierred. FURPLE SASH. B-9 . T. CT6UV Flnlihed last it her, only itart, In K.cmpia 2-r,-o, Maiden on Decern ber 13. PTIfJHT'S nAITRHTRR. K.O tV Nowland): Daughter of brilliant mare. nna noi racao. ana prooaoiy ga mta SIDE BV SIDR. fi-0 tV Nnwland)! Attractive flllv maklna race debut. MOHGEANA. fl-7 (C. CUllen): Hit been placed twice, but form at only lUDscqueni appearance ociow nan- aura. . . WITH REC1AHI1H. R-7 fl.. J 'Sullivan): Third to Confeaalon and Grey Velvet at Randwick on December I, Has Improved a treat deal nee and ertuia on a aanter nere. GRAFFITO. 8-7 (B, Hualt): Showed A, Podmore 10 Uncle- Remus and Cornell, 52H C.rla. Q.. A HIs.o (-Wan. tT 4.50 Denman Hep., Hm WsSSTb & SiZ lat, Five furl.: Saprbti, 1.3: Wayside 610 and sweepstakesl 2nd, 160: Golden Slipper, 5"! Lady Cape, fa. jro, su. 586 GREAT WORLD (3), 9-1 . . W. Camer 312 BANKBROOK (6), 8-8 ... N. Sellwood 051 CAPTAIN THEO (7), 8-7, S. Cassldy 190 GOLDEN BREW (2), 8-6, R. Buckley ?I7 MTARANOA (8). 7-12 A. Ward 6 IVirfnvln Psarlt- 603 REVENUE (5), 7-10 .... O. Podmore t " 142 LAUr TOMltl ui, 7-3, k. oeiarig o c rtrem outside: 1 Bloom, 1.6: Margp, 1,10: Bar Ml M: T.rlv nf Thrace, l.ld. 4 furl.: Bulandshar Lad, 1.17: Hal flowed, 1.18: Melody King, I.Z4V9 5 INDEX ! Aden 2.50 Advocate . 1.30 Apci ..... 2.10 Artols ... 2.50 fankbrook 4.50 en Trovato 3.30 glllhenpete 3.30 landstream 4.10 Blue Mountain .... 1.0 Bush Chapel 1.0 . 4.50 Cape Berry 1.0 Cape d'Or 1.0 captain Theo Channel Breeze .. 1.30 Chief Mohican 4.10 Dainty Bell. 2.10 Dixie Cooker . 1.30 Dungaleer . 2.50 El Dux ... 1.30 Famechon . 3.30 Felscor ... 1.0 Fire Gold 3.30 First Romance ... 1.30 Fleck .... 1.0 Flight's Daughter GUI Girl Glenlssa . Golden Brew . . Golden Tan 4.10 Graffito ..1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 , 4.50 Grand Ap- . 3.30 clause Great World Gulliver Hamad Havago Htllofly Hesdln Hlonltl Irish Field 2.10 Ladv Pick wick ... 4.50 , 4.50 . 1.0 , 1.30 , 2.10 , 2.50 . 2.50 , 3.30 Late Lord rest Mametz Manstride Morgeana News 1.0 or- 1.0 1.0 . 2.10 , 1.0 . 4.50 . 1.30 , 1.0 Nice Jip Nizamvaie Old Jamaica 4.10 Opulent .. 2.101 Pierrot .. 1.301 Pluck .... 1.30 Prince Grand .. 4.50 Purple Saab 1.0 tuna a Choice Red Chip Reel ... Remember Me .. Restraint Revenue Rim Boy Rimiling 1.0 3.30 2.10 3.30 1.0 4.50 2.50 1 1.30 Royal Piper 1.301 aea aiory . . i.u Side bv Side 1.0 sutent Partner Slave Girl stelvfo . Suncup Sylvia da Guise Tamuncha Tea Towel 4.10 Texas ... 4.10 The Mall . 1.0 . 3.30 , 1.0 , 2.50 , 1.0 , 1.0 1.0 aoina auuu. Thimrw I xnrce bwi.i rirsi vniuiy, j,. nJS i in. a in Fleck, 38: Overstep; 38V4: El Merle Titian 2 50 and Star Hua, 38Va: Lady orlane, Tnimna 4 10 3: Ketalncr. jv; uornaray. it mm Lei 4 10 Local Boy, 39vi: Cape Bar. 40: Sll-Wa Sadv 10 ver Phantom, 40vi: Joily Bird, 40V4i Wld.c LVss 2 10 Artols, 50: Mufnel, SOW: Trout w S5fu 2 50 Stream, 50541 Magic Touch led Con-With '"''on 51' w Regards, SlMi Wonea Wood Zipper Analysis Of HP. Trotting Form 1 30 34W. nvc iari.1 uuoioub nna no; a . i pretender. 1.71 fjannua ana fieuo Dash and Calchaa. l.Bi True Leader, 1.9; Pagan Rebel, 1.944. Seven furl.t Ben Trovato. 1.39W. One mutt man music i.si. 1st Qual. Stakes if F R RVMOR Pa Overcame dlfficul- tiei to llnlah third to Confusion here on December 4. Two start later finished close second to Rally's Reward after challenBlntr winner in tralsht. Well placed bere satrl wilt STAR PRINCE: Good country end M-nvlnfiat nfrfo-TlPr. Hal fialncd much wperience under lights at Newcastle In recent iiarts, winning over Vim from 24yds behind three starts back. Will test opposition despite bad barrier position. IRISH GIFT. Stood on mark and broke badly at initial appearance at H.P. at the last meeting, and did well to finish third to Bangaway. JChmi.rt non.ri he nrnminent at finish. CARYLYN: Winner several races at Newcastle. Was badly checked at atart and met with Interference several times when fourth to Super Derby In corresponding race on De- . ccmbcr 8. Has chance. SPLENDORi Could Imorove recent second to Silver and fourth to Rally's Reward In Biro liar class, bourne Pride In corresponding racei at tne last meeting. Meets moacraic opposition and has ability to win race 01 mis type. 2nd Qual. Stakes Bathurst Hep. AMAZING SILVERt Lost all 'tinnrna PrMi kt Inst meetlnfl. Two i acarts before hat wm thlrdtq Joan V Wyn v.ow,lhlfirse, following " vfth fu' to;Littl Afghan over llV.f. Could wlft. : DROUGHT! Overcame dlfflcul-. ties to finish handy fifth to President two starts back, then waa badly away and ran eleventh to Celtic -Bob at last run on December 8. RIAT.TOi Showed nutatandlne form cm training tracks before being heavily supported at first run after spell on I December 8. Was rushed along to take lead In second lap. but tired badly over final stafies to finish thirteenth to Celtic Bob over um. . .laariaa hurrtfi talk here. RITA'S DIXIE: Recent form ahnwa Imnrnvement With tnlrd President and fourth to Eastbourne Pride over this course. Could win , without surprising. ' BESTYETTEt Despite slow begin : wng, Dnisnea uur seven in 10 case LARRY DERBYi Finished second to Tolarno Boy and to Confusion in successive races nere recenuy. men followed with fifth to Super Derby, heavily backed. Has chance to open winning account. MASTER FROLIC! Reilimed after spell to finish handy fourth to High street id iNovemner ana snowcu iui-ther Imnrovement bv beatlm all ex cept Troon In close finish here on December 8. Chance despite bad bar rier araw. NEAT ROBERTt Winner of two! recent races at provincial meetings. 1 Could show Improvement on fourth to Bangaway in corresponding race last meeting. AMAZING DERBYi Latest form at night meetings at Newcastle has been mnt a-nnalat.nt Shmild Will If he starts, but he has been reported as an uniuceiy runner. RAnflVRV llOYi Waa Involved In accident at recent start here. Apparently he suffered no ill effect as he won attractively at nuiu on wcunca- aay, , , third to Tony's Request and Winston uralln) In ilmllnr rnmninv. WINSTON WALLA 1 Placegetter In five of last seven starts in aimi- lrf rar-ai 1 a t turn ennrts resulted In seconds to Tony's Request and to Admiral Wilbur. B REND A MACt Has raced only once since short spell for sum to Admiral wiinur on soya w u, class. Is better placed bere. Bega Handicap Trotters Hep. kvrn HiJkDF.i Medium of olunat. at last meeting, but found his harxfl-cao of 108yds too much and finished seventh to Admiral Wilbur.' Better suited In faster class, and he could TONY'S REQUEST: Last start winner at Harold Park oft 36yds., beating Winston WalU and Finale, returning mile rating of 2.16 35. Chance again despite 12vds. penalty. BILLY McELWYNi winner or? this mark In 2.28 class on December 4, returning mile rating of 2.14 45s. Failed next start to Carlotta Harwood fiatvriaj. hiif mil Id liow Imnrove- ment on fourth to Tony's Request In this class at nis uur run. FTNAi.Rt Recent second to Car lotta Harwood off 84yds was impres-slve effort Has since finished close Well placed off this mark and at tracts as winner. RRir.irr hkVi Wu beaten In last fan, fplrtoai tar 1 unrnraVk nn Deeem- hr 10 ftrr maklna all the running. At preceding sian waa iourui u Uwnrock, falling to get dear until the race was almost over. Meets weaker opposition here, and looks winner. SILVER MARKt Raced with punc tured tyre from first lap to finun mnroM vi tiftn fit auocr uciuy the last meeting. Stood on mark at treceaing stans to nnim iduiui w ban Wvn and seventn to norm Mall. BANGAWAYi Opened winning account under lights at last meeting, returning raue rating oi t.m us oi liUf RffAm that beat all eicenl Super Derby after racing four horses wiae moil oi ins wbjt iu wiuuai race. WESTERN DIXIEt Improved narer who has won three of five atnrfa lnrf r.hanslna tfi L. M (TO Ids' Stanie. Lait momn won qualifying heat here, then met with check In I race won by Lawntona, Won again on November 28. proving too speedy tor, iioiaen ana iawn Again. i FUTURE HOPEi Displayed good Sace until final lap and faded to nlsh eleventh to North Mall over 14&m at first run after spell on December 12. Then disputed, lead most oi ine way witn uieaming, nnisning eigntn at me lasi meeting. BRUCE HALLt Has recently won I JAW: Lord Mark. 39. Miu Concord, over llWf, SVil, and 13f In siml- 39Wt Beau Caste, 39Wi Jetman, lar company. Two starts back was 142, Sea Beach. 44. Four furl, fourth in Free For All won by Real Tommy's Regret and Latum, Lawn, then heat Yanklwl fiver 1 m Sunnv Marah and Odd Socks, 5f. Always runs sound race and could Trlmac and Shownesi. SAw Realit; Uttt Tenncura Skv SAA. Flva furl.t Valiant Lee. I f YANKIWIt Beat Bruce HaU over U owe', i i mi gm. 1.1 raw ii t. rLr.tn s,. .-a h.. kU. .1., wind. 1.7V4! Dark Titan. 1.10. fill in three of five races since, to Bruce AUkuna, 1.23( Janbar and Red Hall (twice), and to Tennessee Sky. Birrymore, Jim- At last meetine conceded Bruce Hall . Seven furl.l Khedive, 12yds and meets him on equal terms here. REAL LAWNt Came with brilliant KOSebcrV run over concluding stages to beat lennesseo Sky and On Trust in Free coma nroDer. 40Hi loin aood. a nn iui a.i niuiu nit. imn Christmas Hep. Rosehili Coarse proper COftt going good, Threa furl.t loroto and White Tie, 38; Ann Aire and Grand Theme, TENNESSEE SKYt Raced away from opposition In 2.17 class to record mile rating of 2.9 25 over Wa on December 8. At following start was beaten by Real Lawn In Free For AU over same course. " ',r..lu".?'A5. led Hon Solr. cede 24vds to Tennessee " eiv Gt O r , 36V4t Fordlte, 39; Dlllard ifeffiWEi Hm ked narUcu. Ied Plaatcr Ca.,39'4( Dinkum Gal ...i.. 'It , ,1! "".WI J!SnZ .1 led Lnrd Veil. 39Wi Annette. -10. a!W." ' ,."u .weeaa. ami una k- Mii. 9IAV l lnH mo aonuy ro win over wis r' UT J 5JV- Happen, 59. Five forl.i BUI- UOWra OandlCap henpete, T.SVi: Silent Partner and; - Iffnlii ntlfict. 1 H1A: Knirldlo. Ill i.iwNDnrvt Da.,...i .r.lsis fmi.i Sir Raven and Roval Creit. speu to win Qrst-ao at Harold Park 'i " on December 12 and at nest start McKecbnie, Irlght Sky over this courso at niile rnnfrrKlirv raUng of 2.1135. Could make " by Blue Gamble at BuUI on Wed- Coarse proper, lSrti golnt good. nesoay. I iwd ran.i ruccini, ah aucuio TARTAN SASHi Given armnd Vtc"u chance after recent nlaclnn to f0" '!on.P'?uP.U8' awuion ana to neia last meeting returned 2.1145 when -close alxth rocK ana mecu ine winner iz yaras K l i better here. Moorefield sjakm, mabikk: Attractea u good third to Lawnrock and Bright Course proper, 40fti bky at the last meeting. Before that ti. fr,ri , rw.!. xw. Mia. was good lourtn to rieid Marshaiiir.nr.a All Fnnr fori Cirm d'Or VAN'S DREAMt Haa been moitlannBi. t tn i fnri Mnlfhiia. consistent and is last start winner h. 2644. Seven furl.t Biandstrcam and hi me u-bck. is very nt ana u ne hamecnon, l.il, leaves ine mara smaruy couia test ine opposition, SORCERY! Was fifth to Sw f ton off 12 yards and fifth to Lawnrock off 24 yards In two recent races here. Could fill place without surprising. A lK.il At Udall and PloUna, 1.6; ) mHcfratlnr.. 5f and Reprint, 1.7 SavUle Viva Dam a-1 ROW, Century. ' . Imptovcd soouki wia . KuiAs, nrstH, 7-1 1 u. McLouihlln)! His had two runs without being promlnxot, but. improved by csperlence. ' ITUnUA TTUUUi I'lV VU. M. McNamarali Imnrovement needed on three race efforts to date. 2.10 3 & 4 Y.-0. Handicap WHIRL, 9-0 (S. R. Laraond): Ran on well to beat all but Maynard In similar race on Wednesday. That was second run after short spell ana u cxpccicu io improve, THUNDER GOD. 8.7 (F. Allotta): win since them i Royal Pretender'a Mixed Stakes (IM-Ihe would rtin out lonier (owner. m at Rosehiu on Deccrotter is, ana niAiUMG 7-12 u. w. Mccur- ciuui waa um m uu 4.10 Pace lelahth waa not a bad effort. Ileril Alain In fnrm. Beat all but LriDcrai rving in wciier um, ai luina- wick on Saturday, after being slow to I early pace In Maltlne Stakes won by Brunadene, but would have to I improve to win tnia race. SYLVIA DE GUISE, 8-0 0. A. Stapletonl: Ran a smooth race to be fifth to Cultured at Rosehili at her onw start, others preferred. R ANA'S CHOICE. 8.6 IF. C All sop): Has given some promise In her two races. Stablemate of Restraint ana ismuncha, ana iormer is pre- I erred . SLAVE GIRL, 8-4 (H. Darwon): Showed nlentv of nace last .Satur day In race won by Celebrated and snouia oe better for that run. LATE NEWS, 8-4 (F. Allotta)! be well suited bv this race. November 24 finished second to den Brew In Randwick Welter (Im).. then fifth Rosehili Welter (lm ) ta uoerai Ktng last start, APEX. 8-5 (A. I. Dovle): Hti seventh in Bankbook's Rosehili wel ter (7vsn last start was good effort, Nicely placed In this field. lHian FIELD. 8-3 (L. Hamblr): Last start won Australasian Mixed Stakes (7V4D at Rosehili December 15 best effort for some time. Up 31b knd meeta better clau nf hnraa. REEL, 7-8 F. Nowland): Has been disappointing. Will have to improve on ner nawacsuury sum last start for a chance. DAINTY BELLE. 7-8 (P. I. Mur ray); Never a possibility! finished last In Mavnard'a race on Wednesday. inai was ner nrsi sian. B1AVAUU, 7-8 IB. A. HaiCrOIU. Onlv Svdnev start was distant sti- leentb In Randwick Macquarle Grove Hep. (70 otr December 1 won by Phil Tress. Reported to be fair galloper. worains won on itbck. MANvrHiuE, 7-e tw. j. Kearns): With eicention of laat tun. hit provincial form Is good. However, may not be up to this standard. WIUUHB LABS VrJ (A. WtOgCTyi! Latest form la too poor. OPULENT, 7-0 (W. Fuller): E peeled to run a much better race this time, having had two atarts'since speu. working very wen at nana- WICK. .50 Carrington Stakes Finished strongly to be fourth onicuion on uecemoer i. run would give her claims. son): Last in Cultured 'a Rosehili race,! nccus iime io oevciop. BUSH CHAPEL. 8-3 (E. D. Law. son): Finished a distant fourth to Cultured at Rosehili, and was doing wcii ni me ena, CAPE (TOR. 8-2 CW. M. McCur, r, Jun.): Performed attractively to n Kembla 2-Y..O. Maiden nn Dr. cember 13 and reported Improved by Made ground from turn to be seventh In December Nursery, won by Celebrated, on Saturday. Improving ?M""i''.r. U1L.S UlHLrf 5-2 (K. a. BKKV, Distant third tn Cultiir1 at nnifhlil hanging on well when challenged by .uiiicnsiuu. UBiiupniR well. 1.30 Juvenile TITIAN, 8-7 CP. T. Cush): At first start after a spell was sound sixth In Varrovllte Hen. Run haa tnnned off her condition and she appeals as iiaciy winner. RIM BOY.. 8-7 (R. L. CahmanV Produced beat form for a lono time when second to Beau Caste, beaten hall-head, at NeWeaatle nn netim- ber 15. Needs to do better to wip inis event. AHTUis, a.i (S. R. Lamondl! Was prominent to turn. In Villlers, but wcaKcnea in nnai two lunongs. uai loped brilliantly yesterday and probably worth another chance. ESD1N. fl-l (E. H, Rnwmnn)! Apart from Vllliera failure, has been verv consistent with five olaclnoi In six starts. On Wednesday's second to rnu tress again a strong cnance. nbLlUVLI. b-u u. w. fOOKf: Showed pace to be second to turn I in conistons Kosentu festival Hep., but Is very unreliable. ADEN, 7-1 1 (M. McCarten): Made ground to be third to Phil Tress tn Chlsholm Hep. on Wednesday, but on that run Hesdin should beat htm again. uunualkeh. 7-s (A. Cochrane): Very speedy when fit. but this class seems beyond him. Won Stanton Handicap at Tamworth on Wednes- ,oa Handicap NICE JIP. 8-t2 (A. ft. CrnallV Has galloped exc ptlonally well since winning at tiawKesoery, ai only start. on December 5. Has pace to be near icaa tnroURtiout. CHANNEL BREEZE, 8-9 T. Smith): Finished well tn be third Sliver Phantom at Canterbury, but on novciriDcr a ouisiayca ay mono Val on same cnurae. cluck, a-7 if. Nowland): Has not racea. 8U1NCUF. 8-7 (R. H. Abbott): Has not started, but showed pace In winning barrier trial from Joy Lad nciore season ppenea. wonting wen. LORD FORREST. -S- (F. Hush): Led at turn in Idle wild' Randwick December Juvenile last Saturday and Improved by run. Has strong claims. GULLIVER. 8-3 (H. O'Dwver): Made ground In straight to be fourth in Gallant Archer's Summer Nursery on weanesaay, promising ivpe. THE MALL. 8-4 (M. McCarten): Ran nreenlv at Rosehili in race won bv IvTadev. Weakened' In straloht and with that experience should do oener nere. ADVOCATE. 8-2 (F. Dalton)! Tenth tn Gallant Areher at Rase- hill at only start. May need time to develop. FELSCOR. 8-2 (W. Fellows): Fifth to Glenlssa at Hawkesbury at only start, improvemeni neeaea. PIERROT. 8-2 (A. J. Harvev). Made race debut last Saturday In event won by Idlewild. Needs time In develnn. FIRST ROMANCE. 8-2 fE. Hush)! Attractive type of colt who was ninth to Gallant Archer at Rosehili at only stari. HIPPLJNU K1VKK. HJI fH. Lawaon): Haa had three runs, best of which was his sixth to Prince Da hit at k una wick on Novemner 24. el dux. s-o iu. cuiien): Kan on course at turn at Rosehiu in bis only public outing. DIXIE CUUHER, B-V IB. HUSn)! Not impressive at either of bis two stans. HAMAD. 7-12 F. Allotta): Marked imnrovement shown In last race, on January 1, when he was second to turn In event won by First Goulburn Hep. t ,w. m.w vwmmmgggj mwtw.wm r-. l MY ";i t' V1 BREAKFAST ? V T ICE ORG AM ' Whi 4 OF COURSE! on uecemoer rerurning mue rating i. oi irom jnvaa Dcnina. wen i av was third in Free-For-AU won by 500. No metropolitan wins. ON TRUST. Has recorded three Fl cures after each horse's name! wins, second and two thirds in last best mile gait, 14.2 representing 2m five nrin at Humid Park. Scored 1 14.2a. Horses are shown in order over this course from Field Marshall of barrier positions. 1st Qual. Stakes I . mrrrnnAlltan win.. H4&f. Keai Lawn. Has aoumi cnance. 735 Red Joe, 14.2 .... Fhlllfs LUCKY IRISHt Two alarla back 079 Flash Robert ) . uevan was beaten bead by Expcosive over 305 Fljlni Ducbess, 17.6 ) I5H1 afler showing good pace all 973 Broughlon Patch. 15.6, Alley way. At last start returned mile rat- 630 Padd Lawn, 15 . Lawrance Ing of 2.U 15 from 24yds behind 362 Kerrymon. 15.2, P. Hall when dflh to Uwnrock. Should be 000 Great Star, 16.2 .. Pracey prominent all way oft this mark. 362 Marshall Ayr, 14.2, McDecd FIELD MARSHALL! Recorded "'5?'""' ""J" " 0? close pl.clnbelore win, S MS ning nrst race unacr ugnts on ucccm- ly r.ir ik m Miirnhv ber 12, Conceded sound chance after "J EHJ6 ,V,J!X32L centre riREt Form u consistent ' ' 1, witn tour plac Including win placlngs in last six starts, I KERRVMOKE, ll Star Prince, win here on December irisn oitt .9 ia i ram tvuii ocnina ai us imi. M . i vrHUPiifJi Has been piacea or I juiiiursi ntsuuivau nnished close behind Piaccgeuers in 500 2M or better. ra Sii second to Red Hussar and to ttxpensfve, krwi nrnodwaler. 11 JACK. KRm Jack Kramer, world's profestional tennis champion and coach of the present American Davis Cup Team has Peters Ice Cream for breakfast every day. "Champion, need energy" uyi Jack. "In U.S.A. top-line sportsmen just naturally eat ice-cream for breakfast, and you Australians have the world's finest ice-cream Peters. , Coaching an international tennis team is strenuous work, and I'm glad of the extra energy I get frorn Peters Ice Cream." 3 v'l Cohen Johnson cAscADa pools show, to-be 95 S.'?.l"-.,, - Dono!l7S 5fJo."!.w .M.fti.fkML,?tl,lhl'rdC'fo Pam Oratlkn, 'U'Z' 'Monte enorts off this mark were third touu1 nu.,,1... Townaend SIS. iSSW.JS. 2$." MUl mo IuS''Ipo!,2 io A Ken, oJLk (jLrumV. 0 I " I You can ring the change, with a Peters Ice Cream breakfast t Serve it on its own or with your favourite fruit pi cereal. What could be . cooler or more refreshing than Peters Ice Cream on a hot summer . morning? MAKE YOUR BREAKFAST As an amateur and prefeidonal, Jaek k Hat won nearly every niaior ii. "Patera 1 6 Lretra I a winner tor - . 't -: , , , breakfast, '' Q. pTW CON50t)DATEo MILK INDDSTRIES CROUP ICS CREAM The Health Food of a Nation H.P. TROT FIELDS Ron To-morrow Night GREYHOUNDS H.P. Draw 340 Amailns SU.tr, 11.2, Chant n7A a.n n.rf,v. 13. A ... A Icy 334 Rita's Dili. 14.2, A. JPIckcn 090 Snr. Rey, 14.2 ... Palmer 030 Moko Kooert. i..o. . Mcuuini a 090 Indian Pointer, 13.6 .Bird 241 000 Tyrone Power, 13.4 . Bacon 36 l . t - iHiu H.rMinH. l.t. .... oavano .D ,4S, TRIAL STAKE. 506yds. 1.. AMAZING SaVER. ll DtousW, Citadel, woonallee, .nan. uoio, , - Mu yungarle tvtc.I, lyioneiin. r re- 1ft j niml OtalrM mr Bnv. Anrll the Fifth. Broul e, 8.10 2nd UUai. aUKCS Winsome Rlbble, Mldset Pride. 500. No metropolitan wins. I lUf Res.: western Choice. 696 Meda'a Hope, 14.S ..Perry .a. pnnnstB'JUIVK STAKE, nan M.arrmf1. 16 . Thornoson No. 3. Second dly.. StOyds. Lord 250 Larry Derby, 13, Slmonds Slin, Real Cover, Nlrami Ud.MfjQ Dream Day, 14 ,. Branch uronte l-u. tciiow nope, aaiiui.iau. rrar ra 1.. Pay, Sir Neville. Our Kefalson, Mr. 031 Badaery Boy, 71.8, Hudson Arthur, Youni Reklaw. Res.: Shar 311 Araarlns Derby, 13.8, moa. 1 . .. g""'" 1.13, CLUB STAKE, Mdl.- u Jewell wm jr. oir .Ta storm. Ta Havoc. Beryl's Reply. 4 Neat Robert, 15.4 ..Rcia nuehesa Panl. Shv Pet. Petervllle. 309 Ronaletn, 16.4 .... Koacy Ml. Havoc' WhlSky Walkef , Flan. m fl.M Wlrra. 13.4, .NjcDon.ld aa t. t ..... n . V.ll.ulUdA IwinDBIB nriMlPK.a l.i qcra, rsenry a rc..i r.,,w - c ;.h.n.nn MM.' PROGRESSIVE STAKE, No. "0 Royal Main, 17.4 . .Forest feJS !JfS5H ? &.V3,chh.nc, Lone Jewel, White William, Oarana. LARRY DERBY, ll Master frolic, Mighty Ky, spotlin. way, orunaic si rseai noocn, , V HAROLts PARK STAKE, 8.40 TTOtUrf Hep. eAa.rfa.Dnu u.vrw. n.kl.l.h Chtef.l .'nn in nr better. tfrtini nussy, noyni an, ,ia.E,t,u. v4B run nwiww, ,p.w ,. IjS. caotaln Keb. Dream's Imaie. 256 Brtnda Mae, 1, W. Blnskln nwvrllr Rau. t.al Aid. oi? Wln.tna Walla. II. Duffy t.ll. PROORESS1VB BTAKK nth WW uirma, .J ...I 1. SHid.. Mr. Meek, Delenus, 000 Haadtnan, 20.... J. Brown 808 Beryl's Best, 12,6, Thompson 101 swittonc iz.s ...... brown BRIG HT SK Y. ll Baaaaway. Silver Mark. 3. 9.35 Christmas Hep. 1.500. 2.IS or better. lV.m. 170 Red Hussar, 12.4 .. Walts 3511 Pick On. II P. Hall 512 Tennessee Sky, 9-2, Wsll.ee 302 Yanklwl, 9.2 .. W. Plcken 12 141 Brace tsaii, y-o. H. S. Mazoudler II 60S Herald, 10.2 1... A. Caffyn 12 864 Retinue, 9 J. neny 747 RMWrmS. Q.S . . Peterson 24 421 Real Lawn, 8.8 .. Wllklns 24 660 Sprayraan, 10.4 .... Lewla 477 jarkv r:Hv. 7.s. R. Hamlev 000 Belarave, 10.2 .... Maidens 48 198 lack Hope, s Lewis ou TENNESSEE SKY, ll Bran Hall, 11 Yanklwl, 9. 10.0 Cowra Handicap 600. 2.20 or belter. . Im tnt Rrnwn Lawn. 12.8. FICken 610 Llltl. Al.nan, 13.2 .. Lark 634 Ske. Derby, 11.6 . Coyle MJU Indian suesi, 14.0 . monic 543 Dark Master, 11.6, Chant 113 Lawnrock, 11.0 .. MCMinan 180 Joan Wya, 12.4 .... E.an 059 Sorcery, 13 Wat Is 725 Tartan Sash, 11.8 . Plcken, 509 Retae. 10.6 Alley 512 Van's Dream. 12.4. Moulds 040 Gay Student, 13.2 . Cohen LAWNROCK, It Tartu sain, Dark Master, 3. 10.25 Goulburn Handicap f A5n. 1.18 or better. lm 867 Cascade Pool, 12.2 ,. cnanr 139 Centra Fire, 11.8 .... Watts 867 Dinah'. Best, 11.4 .. Atkins 026 Lncky Irish, 11.2, W. Plcken 380 Marjorl.'.. First, 13.4, , H. Smith 413 FteM Marshall. 10.4, Cohen 436 Typnoavc, 11 .... wooaicy 111 On Trust. 9 6 P. HaU 070 Limerick Pride. 12.6, Itorrenra A JnhnnU 1mm. 119. McMillan 24' 133 Court Lady, 9, Thompson 36 ON TRUST, ll Lacky Irish, 2i Field Marshall, 3. t denotes leu. bealn W. i a.Tanuc, -iu trs. u uwyeri; aItAV Havln. aecoAd run aliv. ahnrt reu. i " knnlshed close third to Captain Theo TRUMPS. 9-4 fH. O'Dwver): Beat "J PrlnM Orand In A.I.C. Handicap only two home R'wlek Welter (Im) ' ' on Wednesday, wra an this Dee. 22, after slow bealnnln.. That "oW' gore aultahle. was first run from .pell. Still may a". F'KvyiCK, 7-3 a. W. neea inis run. w.......,. ... ... vu, v OLD JAMAICA. 94 ham): Never closer R'wlek Welter flm) won King last Saturday. Always dangerous this tvne of race. s sla luwsL. y-o ia. si. sjoonen Brilliant winner from Sunshine Fj- preu and Navigate, Hawkesbury Fly ing tou iesi siarL une oi oaracst In he.t. i VAuanr s.ee, rj. ti. KenneayK Failed in Villlers. but start before third to Bankbrook and I'hll Tress Rosehili Wcllcr (7(60. Milch better suited here. One oC the chances. TrsSJINUKR liUU. 8-4 IF. Allotta): Also engaged In Three and Four-j Year-Olu Handicap, uood prospects in cuncr race. B1ANDSTREAM, 8-2 (N 1A NEW YEAR HURDLE, 2au 11 I 10 1 10 1 10 a MAarlBR O) D 7 CONSTANT VALLEY1 65 9 FRENCH PACT (11) ,. I l I1AVOMI1M 17. :, V FAIRY FABLE 4 HIATUS (10) .... TIERCEL (6) .... WOODLAKK (13) RANDWICK ON MONDAY ON TUESDAY ! . ...a.. BPARFLAMB C14) 0 MW..?..:::::::: ESPLANADR (g) I i t 0 11.36. BEVERLY HILLS JUVENILE HANDICAP, St. ' n PRINCE DAKH1L ( 9 Davis): Not rated ilnee lulv. Slaver FIRST CENTURY (7) 9 returning from spell. Should need BRITISH JUSTICE (12) .... 8 12 racing. CHANNEL FLIGHT (1) .... 8 10 ZIPPER, 8-2 (A. J. Harvey): OCEAN SPRAY (4) 8 10 Showed plenty of pace and ran on MAOIC WONDER (21) .... 8 7 well to finish slith R'wlek Welter MADEY (9) s 7 (Im) won by Liberal King last FLYWOOD (10) 8 S Saturday. Esoecled . to Imorove on PLUCK (6) 8 5 that run. CONFESSION (8) 8 4 IEXAS, 7-13 (R. Battcrsoy): his luku ruaacsi tzo) 8 3 fifth to Liberal King wu his first GULLIVER (22) 8 3 race for several months. Will be RESTRAINT (17) 8 3 all the belter for that outing. Work- HELIOPOLIS (18) 8 3 Ing like a winner. RISING CREST (11) S 0 usticr niumiArs, '-n a. w. auvw.aie iisi g u Makln): Has been raclne well in TAMUNCHA (5) a 0 the country, but last two Sydney runs RIPPL1NO RIVER (19) .... 7 12 have not been up to standard. WITH REGARDS (3) 7 12 GOLDEN TAN. 7-9 (C. B. Has- RANA'S CHOICE (14) 7 11 Icr): Third run after spell ran on HAMAD (23) 7 10 strongly when fourth In Liberal PEEKAROO (24) 7 10 urday. On that run will be hard- JOLLY ARCHER (16)"!!!" 7 9 est to beat In this. , ,. .,,. .... .. . 7 nijin ajcw&n antral I. 4.50 Denman . lsdSS'. FOXLEAP (2) MANIPULATOR (1) , 8TRADBROKE STAKES, at AriuLU BAXUN 13) g 1. BONN1B VIEW (6) ... " ? MOONLIT (4) i i TUDOR ARCH (5) '.'"I" GOLDEN CORD (2) bi, aunAns 17) , 1.13 JANUARY HCP., Mat (Three.year.olds.) ARNSIDE (5) l s BEN SUN (4) J SILVER NIB (3) 7 n MIGHTY FORCE (I) , i F1NDON (7) 7 j FRILLANA (6) 7 t MAI ELLA (2) ;.! MARKBOROUOH (9) 7 1 SIONDALB (8) t 7 ) 2.53. 8TANDISH HCP . XT a Mla.nv.1 CHASTISE (9) AldllUlUctLSICYMDIDIUM (4) GREAT WORLD. 9-1 (P. J. Mur-kStfi??15...'3' ber 13. Carried 8-9 when he won ffiS Jfkti ' li," S S! A.J.C. Final Handicap (IV.m) on SXGp0.? A.TION J) ' REEL (17) UAINIY BELLE (14) 9 5 8 13 8 12 8 11 8 9 8 4 8 2 8 2 7 15 .7 12 9 5 4 GAY SAINT (1) FLYINO HALO 7) . CARNAGE (17) ... KlINiAll. BJ OUR TITLE (6) ... ECLAIR (1) PREDICTION (4) ... OLEN YARRA (20) . rKlINUE nN (10) . TRENTSIDE (9) ... ARMENTIER (21) . INSPIRING (Ir;) STEP ASIDE (11) . SISTER RUTH (3) .. URcAT SCOUT (10) BANNEELA (19) ... MOON PATH (15) APOSTLE (2) iCBV ANTES (13) .... NCW 0H11AIN (12) SWELL CHICK (14) LV. STELVIO. 7.3 (H V. Conner): Has not appeared since winning Flemlngton Railway Hlghwelght (60 on November 6. Mav need run. WrNMIL 6-12 Uack Green): Re cent form suggesla he is outclassed. 3.30 Novice Handicap niONlTI. 9-0 W. M. McCurlev. Senr.): Last In Bi fold's Encourage, run over wis count, on wednci- IV. GRAND APPLAUSE, fi-5 (Q. Brown): Slace third in similar Randwick race, won by King Rad, on December 1. hat finished unplaced in three racea. but continues irt Innk At. Ninth In Persist'! A.J.C. Summer Cup (lm 50 on Wednesday was fair1 enorr. SILENT PARTNER. 7-B CP B Beck): FoUrth In Lord Lucifer's Novice WAm) on Saturday sus- ftested he was rcRaining form. May una mis longer race more suiiaoie. REMEMBER ME 7-7 (J. Daniels): Imnroved nn earlier effort In fin. isninn tnira to hhoio and uraestand n Encourane. run over tn a course, on Wednesday. RED chip, 7-5 (B. J, Andrews): October 6, BANKBROOK. 8-8 CP. Allotta): lr7r.Dnirtr.CKt "A Followed up Rosehili Welter (7W0 HAPPY MAY 2) 7 success by running Mercury to half ONE WORLD tun ," 7 lentth In AJ.C. Vlllleri .Stakes (lm) tADY OF THRACE (H 7 on aaturaay. nas not oeen teitea at SCUDDLE (11) 7 mile and quarter. . I. 2.0. BALGOWLAH NOVICE CAPTAIN THEO. 8-7 (K. C.I HCP., 7f. Stuart); Fifth in Mercury's A.J.C. I First Dlrirlon viiuers ataKcs urn) on Saturday, ana MORfARTY (10) 8 10 nesdny. Very fit. FETCH (19) 8 GOLDEN BREW. 8-6 (H, Dar- RUSHWIND (M) 8 wonc ropnea out in mst lurionB CORONATION GIFT (23) 8 Jy V" "CMiay. uuil wm in.u nui IHALAoA (8) shorter race more tuilable. On ne-lcAUDicn I cember 8 scored easllv from Salrr-icriv ner r o Vm won over mile and quarter at Rose- VALLEY FORGE (6) Doyle): Ran Captain Theo to iongMPpY MAY (11) Wednesday. 'That display tuigested TAPOAKI tim CORNELL (15) VALDARE (7) PLEVNA (12) MISS TUMHA (4) UIJALL I3i WH1RLABAR (5) bUrliKA I KS 121 MAURESQUE (17) 2.35. KILLARA NOVICE HCP., 1V4DI. , DUBIOUS 0) 8 inl 1.55 'v Anomaly Xpostle Average Bindoon Bloodstream Bold John Bonnie Hoxer , Bntflfitcal Brown Light 1.15 Rrulnl 1.15 Carnival Girl 2.35 f Better than poor showing In King Rad'a Randwick Novice (lvim) might have suggested. Ran Ben Trovato to half head in Gosford Novice C9WO i iNovemuer 20. BEN TROVATO. 7-4 fR. Battert-l by): Has performed unimpressively in races ai uosiora, wyong, ana Randwick since winning Gosford Novice (9Wf) on November 20. FIRE GOLD. 7-3 CT. Clune): Sixth In Lord Lucifer's Novice (IWm) at Randwick on Saturday suggested he was irnprovinx. Bl LL, H KN FETE. 7-1 tl K Hamblv): Faded out tn latter ttaoeai of Lord Lucifer's Novice (lWra) at KanawicK on aaruraay. FAMECHON, 7-3 (A. Wldaerv): Ran very wide on home turo In M. VALLEY INDEX 7 12 7 11 7 11 7 10 7 10 4.J5 , 4.35 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.55 . 4.35 4.35 Hunting Girl Iphlclre Jamboree Jandaboo Jess e Kamulla King Carnival Klutos Koplt 7 11 3.30. BAGOT HANDICAP, 1st . PRINCE O1 FAIRIES (6) .. a i HAMPDEN PARK bn tn a I. DASHING BEAU (4) ..... 1 ! POTENTATE (3) si CHILPERIC (1) J UErnr..iutun w 7 j 4.J. MAIDSTONE HANDICAP, il (Thr.e.jear-olSi) DEMOS (3) IM SUPER SET (1) s i IANA (4) 1 ? NEAT WHA (7) ; i SHANDON (5) j IUSI IT 10) 7 11 THIRD MAN (9) 7 II MONIEBROOKE (12) 7 I BEAU REVERIE (8) 7 7 CAPE DAWN (6) 7 7 DESERT STREAM (11) 7 S SPY GLASS (2) 1 3 4.45. IHGIIWEIGHT HANDICAP, RAYSUN (2) 9 MATTERHORN (8) 9 9 FETLAR I5) 9 0 ROYAL PAGEANT 6) I 11 GAY VENTURE (18) 8 8 SIR VARA (3) 8 8 GOLDEN FIELD (14) 8 7 MOST REGAL (4) I 7 CUPID'S DART (12) 8 ( UUaTAR (I) 8 J ADMETUS (9) 8 4 ROCKET OUN (11) 8 4 PROSOLA (10) 8 2 EBONY ROCKS (5) 8 0 ELWOOD (7) 8 0 FOXBAY (16) I 0 TIME TRADER (13) 8 0 TRIAL (17) 8 0 3.55 2.35 TIDE O' GOLD (18) HUMHtK (14) Channel oueen Collncent Danube Dashins Beau ... 1.55 Earl Court 1.15 El Damar . 3.35 Ellzan ... 2.35 Elwood .. 3.55 Embraceable 2.35 Enemigo . 3.15 nsom ooy 4. Flvlne Leeend . Fordham Free Press Free Spin hruiana . Frill Joy , Galllo ,. Garius Gav Actor ftflv Carol. .val .... 3.15 Gllberta .. 2.35 Glad Saint 4.35 Glen Tana 4.35 Golden Cord ... 2.35 Golden Pippin .. 4.35 Good Oil . 3.55 Grand Gift 3.55 Hanorah . 3.55 High Production . 4.35 High Value 1.15 2.35 , 1.15 , 1.15 , 2.35 , 3.55 , 1.15 3.15 . 3.15 , 3.55 1.15 1.15 1.15 Aim 5 35 CHESHAM BOIS (11) .. KEWZAM1 171 , PRINCE LEO (6) l ii OUTCROP (2) iii ARALUEN (4) Hi RED CHIP (10) H? FAMECHON (3) 0 7 13 7 9 Moniebrook Monna Vanna Moon Flower Moonglade Tide So Easy - . Solrlca Sovereign Star Of Knoaes . i Moonee Valley Programme Apprentices cannot claim in first and intra races GRANVILLE STAKES, 91 Geldlaga SaTeretgD Lady (9). 8-0 07 msie ukij (id, t-v. MI.M. BEAU MANNA (9) imcr 1, ROLLS 112) Ml.hlPeii 1 SPENCER (13) ... 3.10. PYMBLE HANDICAP. . '33 HESDIN (6) . .. ARTOIS (11) 5 ADEN (2) 4.35 limufKR r. Narre .... 3.55 EVEN FLOW (9) .... Open Range 4.35 JOURNALIST (5) ... Our Title . 4.35 STELVIO (I) ralattat ..l.SS MUFFLES (4) Potentate . 1.55 oiuqtcd nrre t Prince Ebony I 15 CYMBIDIUM (10) ... n,i 1 MAKSH (8) . Roval Tiii MS MS. WAHROONGA HCP., IV.m, Senternber GRAND MONARCH (8) .... 9 I 2.35 UANKBKOOK 116) 8 8 2.35 CAPTAIN THEO (12) 1 1.15 GOLDEN BREW (4) 8 e 2.35 LIBERAL KING (6) t 1 UALLANl LEAUbR (13) .. 8 G 1.15 OLD JAMAICA (I) Stray Lass 4.35 KERRY SONO (17) 1 12 St. Richard 3.55 NIARANGA (14) 7 12 Super Set . 3.15 KHEDIVE (11) 7 12 Sweet Magne 3.55 REVENUE (3) 7 10 Tabor ... 3.55 SILVER BUZZ (2) 7 5 Tambl ... 1.15 DEA (5) 7 0 Triple Lady 2.35 SALMAREPO (7) 7 0 Varemba .. 4.35 GOLDEN TAN (9) 7 0 Water Music 3.53 KING RAD (10) 7 0 winiaKe .. 4.35 (japiain huuuy ti5) .... 7 0 Zezetle . 3.55 . .. TtnSMiTn.s wsrr.Trss Hur., ins. TRUMPS (3) BLANK MUSIC (10) BILARILLAS (8) .... TEA TOWEL (11) ... SILVERJAX (12) THUNDER GOD (7) . WIRANYA (5) VERSHER (I) 8 12 McKECHNIE (fi) nil PANAMA (9) 8 7 BULANDSHAR LAD (2) ... 8 7 BATTLEWYSE (4) 8 7 5.0. BALGOWLAH NOVICE HCP., 7r. Second Divlsloai GLOTONE (10) LE FRERE (II) ORIANE (15) , 10 . 10 , 10 , 10 . 9 . 9 . -9 aT M&MMMl fw And WHERE .18 l.U. For l..o Colt. 8 Arena. (5). 8-5 1 0 Bindoon (16), 8-5, P. Simond. 2 Bloodstream (18). 8-5. A. Brcasley 3 Brown Light (2), 8-5 . 4 44 Brutal (10), 8-5 . S. Ralph 5 Collncent (9), 8-5 .... 6 nnnuha (t). 8-5. R. Hutchinson 7 Earl court (19), 8-5, H. Toomcr n7 Free Press (It). 8-5. E. Seller. 9 0 Galllo (13), 8-5 10 Q Carina (A), A. Burton 11 096 Gay Actor (17). 8-5 . . 12 tllg. V.IU. UJ, H-3, Sam Martin 13 Kamulla (7). 8-5 . L. Moore 14 OOi Prince Ebony (12). 8-5, os. rnzgcraia u on Rnnl Ttmn (14). P..5. B. Barnes 16 000 Sou-let (15), 8-5 .. unlikely 17 a star or Hnodea mi. k-3. D. Paterson 18 T.tnhl (8), 8-5 19 1.55. GLADSTONE HCP., 131. 06 Dashing Ben 4, 1-12, J. Purtell 612 Pottntel. (I), 8-7, R, Heather 355 Bold jona (0), b-i, A. rtreastey 3.15. MONOMETTH HCP., lm, E. Sellers I' reel (5) . . . . ?t..." PAGAN REBEL (6) RED RIBBON (20) ROYAL ALLIANCE (2) , GILILPI (24) 1 WINMIL 122) . TRUc fJKAU (1 'If.hl DAD IB F til. HANK (VI BLANK MAID (21) , For Ihree-ye.r-old. lOt finur R. (M. 8.12. W. Williamson 07 Cm. Carnival (g). 8-7 S. Ralph 971 Mighty Peak (3), Inc. 71b , pen., 8-7, W. A. Smith 143 Mighty Fore. (7), 8-2. J. Purtell AOO MAMl.hrnok (5). 7.11 - 433 Free Spin (2), 7-9, B. Quintan 38 Enemigo mi, - 800 FrlUan. (4), 7-7 lam mamun SIsnitWEIGHT. Im SF.A REACH (13) 117 Ze telle (4). 10-3, R. Lindsay I v'e"A.'!.".?.,i ?SI linhMM ItQl. 9-1. K. rtuicmnson 747 FAntham (I). 1-13. M. Fitzgerald 334 Sweet Mann (12), 8-11. K. Liarac 11 Rrand Gift (9). 8-9. K. Smith 134 Palatial tlJJ, 8-y ft Tnhnr (It). R-9 211 Good Oil (8), 8-3 .... t Narr. (6), h-3 v U3i snnicies ui, r-n ... 23 King sjarnwu wi, ( . 90S Laertes (2), 7-3, W. A. Smith 1.35 VIRGINIA STAKES, For lwoye.r)ld miles 350 Carnival Girl 112), 8-0, S. Ralph 0 Channel Queen (10), 8-0 -r Ellun (15), 8-0 .... 0 Emnraeeahl. (7), t-0, . . R. Hutchinson 000 Flying Legend (18), 8-0, R. Heather 08 Gllberta (19), 8-0. E. Preston uo taoiaen un v j. BEST BETt Bright Sky. BEST DOUBLEl Bright Lawnrock. . FOR TOTEi Larry uerny. fiky, I Urn Hill s. far. rMll ReSSt,' IlluVtraior: 542 Not Q.lt.,18. ... Phlllls ch,Suh?rSu,d',T.3 PhTiSco. 'r. m Mumfi' m, i?,4,- um erye: VV.ttlc Star. 4" ": " ," n.u. paiHiH.ANivs ii.nn F. ... ...r.. s. aa.aa 1l.fi Oft. Cautlotii 104 Billy McElwrt, 14.1. P. Mlrl,OoM Port, Dream Amber, uo, """".. .T,nrrA..?"fSlefn: Eaiterbrook tatlon. Magnlllcent Ket. Reserve:! KEEN BLADE, It ten1' Aceman, . ( ... . ihsi .i dhu, nit.",-. , T,.l- Maid. Silver Denli LIU In C , fs-ns Mnnrllran ; ui,. i -"v uvs" ..... r tUii t'kilnt'ilm SS. J.?! or better. lm 51. ToK Sir Dream. p..hln,Sur.. 0 K. . V. Hope, . . Pin; 800ds, Ecoles. Jacob'. Pr de, Ros. 021 Ban.eway. 14.4 .... Chant IrnG rl, Terry O'Grady, San Ber- 450 RTanl Spear, .14.2, Tnpper nardo, fwl kl i Lijj. Tessa Blue, All 754 Silver Mart, 14' v. ' Cuiberl Hooey, Wazana, dall mm,. Re- 101 Woilera nuje, ,,IU f..L1-' STAKE. 006 O.M. mS rdt. Deed, Bonnl. wl tn. m.wm. Mark Al BUI, Pretty Victory, Edgeciirre, 332 ron. uon, rj... Cnlel Empress, Amour GUL , '0(.F Donbl. Ace, J2.2, r Wilkin. Eama. 1 Hailing Girl 04). 8-0. . . , W. A. Smith 8 nt BMriahAA (.I. '8.0 .. 9 0 Jessie Aim (5). 8-0 . . - 10 5 Lama .(2). -e .. I. Purtell 11 on M.rlln la. (16). 8.0. N. Powell 12! 098 Miss Barbara (4), 8-0, n. ourion 13 0 Monna Vanna (6). 8-0, West 14 090 Moon Flower (17), 8 0 15 66 septamoer sioe in. n-u, W. Williamson 16 So Easy (3), 8-0, K. Mitchell 17 . UlINKUM UAL HO? i CHARMING SILK (19) ... . CROWN'S EVIDENCE (7) , MARONUHl (12) . PORT SAID (14) a innn nnvilipn -""-i-.-- '.:-.rr. --' CARELESS HANDS (3) j SHY BON (17) I 8 8 8 8 8 7 12 7 11 7 10 7 10 7 9 4 M.V. RIDE FOR BREASLEY jfttT nATTDKTD T1..im Htmoru .m. day. A. ureasiey win re 860 Eiwood (14), s o. s. Ralph J2 uurn jo the saddle at yu rnn uy .r'i tA : it 038 si. Rickar t5), s-0. J .JMoonce Valley on Satur- 0 Waltr MmIc (3). 8-0. day. wmiicu is .f hie mnnnto will hf Bold John in the Gladstone I Handicap. r ATEST reports from fish- ine areas are: GENERAL! Biff tides this week end will make Ushlns in the channels difficult. Grounds protected from the run of the tide by points or headlands, where there is an eddv. arc best. HAWKESBURY RIVER; Catchn of up to 20 bream are being landed at night on all recognised pounds. Some tood flaihend and mu oway were caught early In the week. BEROWRA WATERS. Good catches of school mullowav and some flathead were taken at Deep Bay. Twin uums and Kroad Arrow. Luderick have been bftina well at Calabash. Deep Bay and Twin Gums. Some bream are being caught at night. cowan creek t-air catcnes of school mull oway and tome bream are being caught In the upper reaches and at Smith's Creek. Hilftall were biting at Appletree Bay on Wednesday. sizable rea bream were caugni the entrance to Cowan Creek during the week. MIDDLE HARBOURt Bl Alt' head are being bagged on recognised drifts. School mulloway are plentiful and some sizable red bream are biting io deep water. Small tiller are plentiful. Only trail! catches of bream and luderick are being caught at me spit snagc. HARBOURt Bream are biting at night In the lower reaches. Smill leatherjackeu are too troublesonw Mr KtireeMftit dav flahlns. OccsMonsl good-sized flathead are Being caught. ana macKcrci arc picmnui. ROTANV RAVt Flathead are bit ing well on recognised drifts and it Towra Pile. Sireabte red breim its being caught at La Perouse, 5iu Sotici and Woolooware Bay. GEORGE'S RIVERt Good catcnei of bream are being made in tne lower reaches on prawns, and tome are being caugnt up as iar imu perra on worms, but they are very patchy in the upper reaches. Sharks are troublesome on all ground, op in Rlaclchntt. Flathead are being 2 caught on all recognised drift!. 0 1 Whiting ire biting on the flits and blue swimmer crabs are being nugn up as far as Lugarno. PORT HACKING! Flalhead Dp u 81b each were reported from Dwini Bay, Hurreneer nay ana rowie mr. and are biting well on all other grounds. Small catches of breim were caught io the lower reaches ind mulloway are plentiful In the upper reaches. Taller arc biting In at lower reaches, and some girou tn about. TIDES FOR TO-MORROW Fart EtenlsoBt Hlah. tM (6ft lin, 9.14 p.m. (4f0i low, U7 i.m. tfltni, p.m. v-.m. North Head) Hioh. 8.18 a.ra.; low, S.4 p.m. Cockatoo isiandt h an, bjj b.b.i low, 3.39 p.m. M1 L A.. Hawketbary Drtaget nun, t. a.m.! low, 4.19 p.m. Berowra Entrance: High, 10.3 i.m) low, 4.49 p.m. cowan cretKi Mitn. b,jj i.m.t low, 3.19 p.m. como nriagei nign, .w Into. A IO n m Picnic Polnli High, 10.33 i.n.l low, 4.19 p.m. , , . . . port Hack nil Hisn, b. n,-i low, 3.34 p.m. .sun riii a au. uu i.m. Tide time for Sunday art approil mately so minutes later. 4.3S. REGENT HCP.. AM. 0 Rettl Stoat (3), 10-4, . G. NlchoU 143 Our Till CW. 93, iiiitl W. wimamion winuit nn. o.i . a. West 138 Epiom Boy (14), 9-0 , nY.n vn4 rm. ft-12. K. Smith 542 Vtwembt 9), 8-10, P.Ryan 190 Rliaia (IV), 0-. J. ruricu Golden FIddIB (12). 8-5 Q?9 Riiani ItltH (6t. 8-3. a. . KlipD OPtl RJUtg M). 8-1 TITLE ENTRY AlirVI A Wn ThnrcHati 1 1 nVVIVLinilts asm own; 6 (A.A.P.-Reutcr). Tfte hvc-. year-old , pacer Soangetaha L..Un aHl.rrl (nr tUm Inifar. YTIIU 13 CIIICIVU 1U1 HIV 11 is-a B. Clarke 10 nnmtninn Trnttino Chnmninn. mSXteS 'iif. 7-ij.- jVtuTr i ships in Sydney in Februitry, 235 stray Lass o, 7-n .. u I scored his greatest win at bp UUI mor,na.,. .o ,-., .0.Hny. 997 High Prodnctioa i7, 7-9 I Soangetnhn beat Mighty 04 WtllAM R. Hutchinson K . M0 Anomaly (IB), 7-8 .. 17 lengths in tne st.t,UUU AUCK- 1U4 APoais. mi w. i.arai.n iannd irOtllng lUp M. ftll Clad Saint (16), 7-8, . . .j - :m: M, VALLEY SELECTIONS Ract "Herald'' ' "Argus" "Agt" M. "Htrald" M. "Sun" ,"Gulde" niMVltlst ABITRBAM 1 H'STHEAM ,. I S. OF BRUTAL ... I BRUTAL .... 1 BRUTAL ... I 1 le taVS5 KalSilla . . 1 Brutal ? RHODES .1 Star of Rhode. 1 Oa Actor ... j pay Actor i 1.15 STAKES, Danube 3 O Adit ... 1 Fre.Preu .. Oay Actor ... I S. of Rhode. . S Star ot Rhode. 1 til ADSTONE D BEAU . I IPHIC' ES ,. I BOLD JOHN I POTENTATE I POTENT ATB I 1PHICLES .. I 1 rje: SandiSp. iohl'clea .... J Polentatr . . 1 Laertes 2 Iphkle. , .... i Iphlclcs i Pojjniue ... i 1.55 JVajE,CA" Kid John I !l D. Beau .... i potentate ... K. Carnival 3 D, Beau 3 Bold John ... 3 vtPfilNIA . LADY ... 1 LARNA .... 1 S. TIDB .... I LARNA .... I LARNA , .... I LARNA .... I 9 tl? STAKES. larna ... 1 Golden Cord J Oolden Cord 7 S. TM. ...... S. Tld. ...... 1 S. Tide .. ... i . Jj"""" , J Tld. i! . 3 T. Lady i Larna 3 Oolden Cord 3 Oolden Cord . 3 Miss Barbara 3 - MONOMEITH SUPER s'et'. I M. TORCH . I M. FORCE .. I M. FORCE .. I M. PEAK ... I o. CJNIVAL I 3.15 handicap. M',myrFor . i Sti'pesct ::" 1 fejr"A - :: '. ? suA"::: ? ."1"! . : I fcJTa ::: s MAPlTlMtl 1AMROREB .1 OOOD OIL 1 OOOU OIL .. I JAMBOREE .1 OOOD OIL .1 JAMBOREE .1 3.55 f!fHT. a&a, ;;; Bs ar.::l Sa.a",::i mM;:l RgflFNT VAREMBA .. I ' WINLAKB .1 B. BOXER .. I OUR TITLE . t WINLAKB .. t WINLAKB .1 4.35 SAP SP:.:: I Th ;::: 1 B v.v ? . :;; I .::: 1 S' ' r j tUrt tuts ' BEST BETt Bloodstream. BEST DOUBLE. Bloodstream, Dashing Beau. . TOTEt Sovereign Udy, GREYHOUNDS Orange Draw To b. run oa Saturday aljM-srf.vnsir: sktakr. Gnd. lSSydst Autumn Shsde, Rovsl Csr River Road. While Irene, Jun M; Rerlonbar. Caliah Miss, Mln Mil- thorne. Reserve: Dresm Jennv. MAIDEN STAKE, ajas. uipm naale. Kellh'a Imaae. Schotllscr Irene. Marie Kefal. Owen IVk.1 Patricia's Ace (Vic). Liquid Luatl. The Harvest. . . ORANGE STAKE. Cra.s jdn Magpie Mensng, Our Rite Crystal Mary,' Von Locke, MsiM Yelloc, La (.Tine, rins Local Tim. Reserve! Madam Csliar. MAIDEN STAKE, 4vdi;-Bri4 Donna, Little Liiry, trials Tm Kalore (Vic), Very Likely. ro borough, Fawn Psyche. Oulel l MAHASSSlirS rt"kB,.."''a:7 Oreen and Yellow, Court Card. V some Ann, Faithful again. wave raaa ainn7' Irish Jerry. Mallela, Nl.'s SW. Hlsh Tin. Merry Dream, uw Jerry. ORANUE " s,. T 4IOydlt Big Boom. Delect, PsW Dream. Keith'. Cash, No Court Boy, Te etape. Queen Hstl ORANGE STAKE-CrKl. MOydst Nyrang Boy, Honesl TetJ War Dun. Beauty ,Shol, Rhytnm, western Many, Miss Totsnme. . natup arrasrn.t.raaa 4lydst Calanarry, Mld.ee Val. J prise Me, Steamln. Robert Btirw (Vic), Sea Arrow, Nevtne s iw ,DORANOE STAKECn-ti 40ydst Tawrels, Wettwlne, smou lean, Maniy rrmcc, Youi. Fred, Daisy Mist. M""" Havoc Reserve; Tess Pel. . OLD OARSMAN. - Mr. Fred C. Moor, who rowed ( N.S.W. In 1892-3-4, died l hit home in Neutral By 1 terday aged 84.

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