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The chief event at Randwick on Satur day will be:— Warwick Handicap, one usd a half miles.— Sunny Loch. 9; st. 6 ft.; Pennybont, 9 3; Royal j Howard. 9 3: Mount Erin, 8 3;;
Dreblah, 8; tnandra, 7 13; Polydetan,! f 12; Bungaxley, 7 12; Elkin, 7 11: Green-: dale 7 11; King Carlos. 7 10; Wrangle, 7 10; Seapa Flow, 7 P: Duke Napoli, 7 9; Capcyllene, 7 4; Mountain Lad, 7 Y; Buctet, 7; Feisul, 6 10: Kerryland, 6 9; Houdinik G 7; Eudare, 6 7; Cherri Bern. 5 7- Loyalist, 6 7; Gadamin, 6 7; Gem of Isles, 6 7. _ . , At Flemington on Monday, Vision and Danton spurted three furlongs in 35J, which, ranks as a record for the Fleming ton tan track. . Papyrus was beaten by Poisoned Arrow in a mile and a half race in England last month. The western district jumpers Good Brew and Springmist have reached Mel bourne. . . ' At Flemington on Monday King Ingoda, with a companion, spurted three furlongs m 37}, and The Night Patrol made the same time. ' ' _ Mr. W. Bamford, who won the Mel bourne- Hunt Steeplechase at Moonee Valley last Wednesday on his own mare, Fellow Mountain, had - the misfortune to break a wrist while out hunting with the Oakland Hounds on Saturday. At the last fence of the htrat, Mr. Bamford's mount baulked and unseated him, and his wrist was broken in the fall. He will, consequently, not be able to ride in races for several weeks. ' | Over-confidence on the nart of her jockey. H. Jonee. deprived Imputation of victory in the Point Cook Handicap at WUliamstown on Saturday. Imputation led into the straight with the field appa rently beaten, and Jones eased her. with the result, that Tookarby. who had been last all the way, and then Rot a lucky run on the -rails at the home turn, caught her inside the distance, and before Impu tation' could-he got going at her ton the pair flashed pasr the post with Tookarby the winner by half a head. The stipen diary stewards reprimanded Jones for his over-confidenc on Imputation. Mr. -A. E. If otfs. sister to Lord Saxon will race as Regalwyne.