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  2. AUNT CHLOE SHOWS HER CLASS

    The February meeting of Tattersall's Club at Ascot this afternoon attracted one of the best attendances at a meeting of the popular sporting club since that famous day in the annals of Queensland racing when High Syce ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,169 words
  3. WENT ROUND EVERY HORSE IN RACE

    The Negro (imp.) mare Aunt Chloe continued her winning run when started in the Flying Handicap to-day; she finished too strongly for Strange Idea, and won comfortably from the top weight. It was her fourth ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 411 words
  4. PASSING THE POST AT ASCOT TO-DAY

    Two Year Old Handicap: Dightena Valley 1, The Flying Doctor 2, Lord Nelson 3. Maiden Handicap (First Division): Buzzard Queen 1, Desolation 2, Naldera 3. Novice Handicap: Golden S 1, Silent John 2, Vergain 3. Flying Handicap: Aunt Chloe 1, Strange Idea 2, Acquaintance 3. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 72 words
  5. GOLDEN S. IN GOOD STYLE

    Given a splendid run until well into the straight by Shelton, Golden S. won the Novice Handicap in good style from Silent John and ...

    Article : 212 words
  6. AT 33 TO 1

    Triumphing over the disadvantage of beginning slowly and running around everything in the race Buzzard Queen, who finished last at Doomben on ...

    Article : 164 words
  7. Old Brown Force's Courage

    Discarding Brown Force's failure at Doomben on Saturday because of his known weakness in "dead" going, backers sent him out favourite to-day for Tattersall's Handicap, and brilliant anticipation ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 497 words
  8. COMPLETED MAIDEN DOUBLE FOR A. G. ANDERSON

    Trainer A. G. Anderson secured rather a mixed bag from the Second Division of the Maiden Handicap, Jim Alwyne winning comfortably, while ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 255 words
  9. HIGH-CROWNED HATS OF AUTUMN AT ASCOT RACES

    The high-crowned hats of autumn made their appearance at Ascot to-day, when Tattersall's Club held a meeting. Carried out in satin, stitched taffeta, and shiny straw, they lent a distinct note to millinery which, for a considerable period, has been confined lo dapper Panamas ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  10. DIGHTENA VALLEY PUTS UP GOOD EFFORT

    Features of the betting on the Two Years Old Handicap were the strong support for Dightena Valley and Lord Nelson, who ultimately shared ...

    Article : 300 words
  11. SMART YOUNGSTER

    DIGHTENA VALLEY, equal favourite for the Two Year Old Handicap, won from The Flying Doctor and Lord Nelson. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 21 words
  12. Ascot Races in Brief

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 358 words
  13. QUEENSLAND WINNER

    HIGH SPEECH, Who landed a betting coup at Randwick to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 12 words
  14. Race Luncheon

    The president of Tattersall's Club (Mr. W. J. Healy) entertained the following guests at luncheon: Drs. H. W. Savige, G. Middleton, J. Power, and Ewing Thomson ...

    Article : 107 words
  15. DAILY DOUBLE

    There were 4,283 tickets in the Paddock-- St. Leger doubles pool at Ascot to-day and of these 845 were taken out on Golden S., the winner ...

    Article : 50 words
  16. TALKING CUT ON THIGH

    Talking the high priced colt was injured during the running of the Randwick Stakes to-day. The veterinary surgeon reported that he sustained a cut ...

    Article : 34 words
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