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Up to 4 p.m. to-day Mr. P. A. Oatley will receive entries for the Warwick Farm August Meeting on August 7. The prize-money totals £300, of which £100 goes to the Warwick Han- dicap. A handicap run over six furlongs, re- stricted to 'three-year-olds (now two-year

olds) is Included.

The weights for the Rosehill July Meeting next Saturday aro promised this forenoon.

The secretary of tho New South Wales Trotting Club, Mr. R. C. Hungerford, invites, up to 9 o'clock this evening, nominations for the next mooting at Epping on August 3.

At noon to-day Messrs. William Inglis and Son will offer for sale by auction at their bazaar, Ritt-street, the racehorses Lannr kito, Lady Dudley, Lilllaster, Coralie, and a

br f by Projectile.

The programme for tis August Meeting of tho Wollongong Jockey Club is out, and the five events carry £100 prize money, of which £25 each goes to the August Stakes and Wol- longong Handicap. Entries close with the secretary, Mr. J. Denmeade, up to 4 p.m. on

August 3.

A couplo of New South Wales-bred horses wore successful at Epsom (Vic.) on Saturday Siege Moi (by Siege Gun) in the Wolter Han- dicap, and Prior Wood (by Woodlark) In the

Welter Purse.

Wagering was. pretty brisk at Moorefield on Saturday, but followers of favourites fared badly, for five of the six failed to act up to expectations. The exception was Edna May, who was sent out an even-money favourite for the Flying Handicap, and she never left the Issuo in doubt. The daughter of imported play- bill and Puritan is engaged in the A..T.C. Ep- som Handicap with the minimum weight.

The Hurdle Race, at Moorefield on Saturday attracted only seven out of a possible 14 to the post. Auckland, a gelding hailing from Donovan's stable, was the popular selection, with St. Leonard next fancied. The favourite and Hotstuff were together in front until they reached the hurdle at the lower bend in the second round, then the former hit hard, and lost his place, leaving Hotstuff in com- mand from St. Leonard and the favourite, but St. Leonard soon had the measure of Hot

stuff, who, as they raced up hill faded out1 of the fray, and tho SeopoB mare Sulu chased St. Leonard home at a respectful distance. The Gaulus gelding, Uba, shaped very badly, and waa just turning into the borne stretch as the winner passed the post.

The Jockey Club Handicap, the principal event on the card for tho Ipswich (Q ) July Meeting on Saturday, was secured by Forsure, a Wldden-brcd son of Holbrook and Confidence, by Sardonyx; the Bundanba Handicap fell to the Tocal-bred Revival, by Sir Tristram (imp.) from Revell, by Abercorn from Som niliquist, by Somnus; while Posltano (imp.) was represented by a winner-Citrona-in the Welter Handicap.

The' Orzil colt Gundaroo was the popular pick for tho Two-year-old Handicap at Moore- field on Saturday in a field of 14, and the next fancied was Vauntlc, who ran the favourite very close in tho market quotations; while the only others to receivo confident support were the Multiform lilly Sestos, and Flavigny, Sestos, who took charge soon after the start, out out the work to the home turn, where Flavigny, who had escorted her most of the way, dashed up on the rails, and coming on scored an easy win from the Holbrook Olly Hine, while the favourite, wHo ran prominently all the way, had to be content with third place, and Vauntlc never gave her supporters the slightest hope. Flavigny, who was purchased "as a yearling by the sportsman who races as

"Mr. A. Fuller," for ÏS0 guineas, is by !m "? ported Flavus from Elly, by Wallace from * Elsio (imp.), by St. Simon-a stout pedi-


_ Messrs. William Inglis and Son report hav-

ing sold the imported horse Featherstitch, by Ayrshire from Thimble, to Messrs. Main Bros , of The Retreat, Beithungra

J3onax, who won the Novice Handicap at "Epsom (Vic.) on Saturday, Is engaged in both

Caulfield and Melbourne Cups with the miui . mum import.

The largest field of the afternoon at Moore- field on Saturday left tho paddock for the Kogarah Stakes, which was regarded as pretty open, but at the close of business there was most money for the Brttkpan colt Ore Pan, the next fancied being the Simmer filly Sileno, a full sister to Raeburn, while Ayrbrook, Lord Hybla, and Norley were the best sup- ported of the others. Sennawood, a South Coast district representative, essayed to win from end to end, but Ayrbrook, who had paged her from tho start, wiu upsides with her at the bend, shook her off at the distance, and scored pretty comfortably from Lord Hybla. The winner was bred at the Oakleigh Stud by Mr. James Thompson, and is by Ayrbrook from The Brook, by Cllevedca from Barbara, by Barbarian (son of Sir Hercules).

The Hobnrtvllle-bred gelding Myall Prince,

by imported Simmer irom Urambllla, by Sweet, William from Myall Quoin, by Goldsbrougb, ' won tho Third-class Plato at Helena Vaia i

(W.A.) on Saturday. j

The Gaulus gelding Volta was regarded as ¡ tho best of the nine contestants that took \

the track for the Moorefield Handicap on Saturday, with Kelso's recent purchase, Wha Ilae, next in domnnd, while Aragain and the Imported maro Very Canny also received fair support. Wood Queen, a visitor from the South Coast district, made the early running, but melted out of it after passing the half-

mile post, where Volta and Emerald Isle ¡

tackled her. Wha Hao joined the leadors at the bend, where Aragain also made a for- ward moro, and Emerald Isle retiring at tho turn, Volta was left in charge, pursued by Wha Hao and Aragain. Inside the distance

Aragain put in his claim, and, finishing reso- ; ' liitely, the son of Niagara got up in time to |

hecure victory by a narrow margin from the i lavourlto. It Is nearly a year and a halt ; siuco Aragain troubled the judge In a similar ; ? ace on tho same track, so he has not won

out of his turn.

At Moorefield on Saturday the Simmer horse Simonldes was sent out a warm favourite for tho Bexley Handicap in a Hold that was one short of a dozen, the next fancied being the . Ruenalf gelding Larry, while Diabolo nnd

Ayi brook had quite a number of friends. The paco from the start was made by Ayrbrook and Larry, on terms, and they woro still to- gether at tho distance, whore Diabolo, who had held a good position all tho way, put In an appearance, and wearing them down in attractive style won an exciting race by half A a length from Ayrbrook and Larry, who wore

separated by a very narrow margin. The winner, who halls from the Wagga district, is by imported Gambol from Wicket, by . Oudois from Cricket, by Stationer, and was

brod al the Berry Jerry Stud.

An unnamed brother to the famous Pretty |v Polly, by Gnllinulo from Admiration, made

his debut in the Coventry Stakes at the Ascot Juno Mooting, but though ho is described as 7 being a well-grown youngster, and showing . moro quality than his illustrious sister, ho was

not fancied by backers,, and went out in the 20 to 1 division. He scored handsomely, how- ever, and as his engagements include next year's Derby ho will bo certain to havo a big army of supporters should ho bo fit and well

next June.

Tho St. James's Palace Stakes at Ascot, , worth £1050, fell lo his Majesty's Derby win-

ner Minoru, whose only opponents wero The Storey and Blankney II., who finished in that ordor. Suporters of tho King's colt were called upon to lay odds of 3 to 1 on. His I Majesty also won the Coronation Stakes with _ tho Gallinule filly Princesse de Galles, who

started second favourite in a field of seven.

During the week ended June 19 the Sydney lad Frank Wootton won five races, and filled minor situations on several occasions. He was rather unfortunate on the opening day of tho Gatwick meeting to juht suffer defoat in three races, but the second day he piloted Fllpperty to victory in the Hollybush Selling Plato, and Valens in tho Home-bred Three-year-old Cup. That ovening he went ncioss the Channel, and on the following day ho hod the mount on M E Voil-Picard's Pierre Benito in the French Derby,' but did not got a place. The two succeeding races, tho Prix doh Etang and the Prix do Chemin do fer du Nord, wero secured by M. Veil-Picnrd's Tromolo and Roso do Flandro respectively, and Wootton had the mount on each His only success at tho Ascot meeting was lu the Ascot Stakes, which ho won on Mr. Lionel Robinson's Rushcutter, who is trained by J. E. Brewer.

Tho Total-bred colt Sir Edwin, who won the Federation Handicap at Morphettville (S.A.) on Saturday, is engaged in the S.A.J.C. Derby, and the sporting scribe of the "Register" wrltes'of tho performance as under:-"At one time it looked as If the coming Derby would prove a tamo affair. After Saturday's rac e lng, howovor, there is promise of an interest-

ing ovont among the three-year-olds. For " the first time this season the two-year-olds

woro soen over a mile of ground in the Fede- ration Handicap. Permain Is a plain little chap, but ho is .able, It is claimed, to stay. On Saturday ho was made favourite, but it carno as a surprise to find that Silver Morn was In almost as much demand as the top weight. The running does not settle the Derby, but it Bhows that event Is still open. Permain had got on holding ground, and it ' appeared that Llddlo kept him too far out of

his ground In tho early stngos. When he did open him up Mr. Slmms's gelding ran fast. Rounding Into the straight ho seemed to havo a chance, but at the pickets John Flynn slip pod tho good-looking Sir Edwin upon the rails, and tho big colt cantered away from a tired field. Sir Edwin, who is coming to form, put up rather an attractive performance, although the tlroo, lia 48Ja, Is a bit against him. Still

It should not bo overlooked that the rain-1 soaked ground was holding, and ho carried 8st 1011), and was getting 41b only from Per- main Liko the latter, ho cannot bo at his best yet, and Balley should work some tm

nrovoroont in him by Derby Day. Sir Edwin, looks like a Derby horse, and by winning at

_ mile be bas advanced bis claims and added I to the value of bis young brother, who cost bis Stock Exchange owner 510 guineas at the Randwick yearling sales.

i Our local correspondent telegraphs that at I the annual meeting of the Parkes Joekey Club all the retiring members of the committeo were re-elected, and the balance-sheet and report adopted. Considerable Improvements have been effected on tho course during the past

I year.

| Our local correspondent wrlteB that Mr. W.

J. Barton, ot Forbes, has purchased the blood ¡ maro Iolanthe, by Iolanthus-Grace Albans, whom he intends mating witb the trotting stal- lion Burlington Junior.

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