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INTERNATIONAL HISTORY

Television is invented by Scotsman John Logie Baird.

American engineer Robert Goddard launches the first liquid-fuelled rocket.

LOCAL HISTORY

May 29 - NZ's first sports broadcast - a rugby match from Lancaster Park. Commentator Allan Allardyce was soon to pioneer broadcasts of racing, cricket and hockey for station 3YA. He also gave live coverage of Kingsford-Smith's landing at Wigram in 1928.

Credit: Ch-Ch City Libraries

RACING HISTORY

August - The first race meeting to be broadcast in NZ (and probably the first full day's coverage in the world), was at the CJC meeting at Riccarton. Alan Allardyce, who had just pioneered Rugby commentaries, was not permitted to broadcast from the stands in case he should distract the patrons. He sat on a haystack on the far side of the course with a private telephone line to station 3AC, Christchurch. One of the jockeys reported "a crazy b.... sitting on a haystack talking to himself".

RACING HISTORY BUILDINGS & FACILITIES

TOTALISATOR

Crowds round the inside totalisator.39,708 was on the totalisator on Cup Day 1926.



Credit: NZ HRWeekly 16Nov88

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

1926 DOMINION HANDICAP

The Dominion Handicap which is the most exclusive, contest in New Zealand for unhoppled trotters only, provided a thrilling finish after Master Audo had led for a mile and threequarters. The two big guns, Money Spider and Peterwah set to work and down the straight they came inch by inch and fought out the last part of the event. Peiterwah beat Money Spider by a neck. Five lengths away came Escapade, who was not quite herself.

It was a wonderful exhibition of trotting and Peterwah was given a rousing reception on returning to scale. Peterwah was bred in America, where he was purchased by R. C. Fisken, of Gisborne, who drove his good horse. Peterwah is by Etawah, 2.3, from Janava and is destined to prevail in the fastest classes in the Dominion.

Credit: NZ Truth 11 Nov 1926

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

1926 NEW ZEALAND FREE-FOR-ALL

The Free-for-All was won by J. R. McKenzie's wonder horse, Great Bingen, which, after making a recovery from his indisposition, beat a select field of the eight best horses in training.

It was unfortunate that Waitaki Girl and Acron should break at the start and a greater pity that Native Chief should tangle and lose fully three lengths. Hendricksen allowed him to find his feet and moved him up gradually until he was in fourth place. He got that position four furlongs from home and putting in a sensational run in the straight he gained the distinction of beating all but Great Bingen. The first half-mile was negotiated in 1.6 and the last in 1.3, the concluding two furlongs were cut out in 3O l/5secs.

After tne race J. R. McKenzie stated that, he was so delighted With Great Bingens performance and the fact of his good horse having regained his health sufficiently to win that he had decided to donate half of the stake to Lady Truby King's fellowship fund.


Credit: NZ Truth 18 Nov 1926

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

1926 NEW ZEALAND DERBY

Though only four three-year-olds went out to contest the New Zealand Derby stakes, the contest was one of the best nerve tingles of the meeting. The coupled youngsters Richore and Shadowland were elected a few tickets better favorites than Rey Logan.

Richore broke at the start and lost about eight lengths. He ran up to the leader with a round to go but when the speed was turned on over the final quarter he quickly took the knock. He finished third, but don't forget that he was 50 yards behind the second horse.
Tomkinson had the bat on Shadowland at the end of half a mile, to which the three-year-old responded. He got to the front, but Rey Logan was doing his work on the bit and so with Shadowland in front, Richore alongside of him, and Rey Logan trailing, they set out to complete the final circuit.

Two furlongs from home Rey Logan set out to beat his two rivals, the fourth candidate, Petronius, being well down the course. Richore was soon left behind, and Rey Logan and Shadowland set out to fight out every inch of the straight, Shadowland getting to the judge a neck in front of Rey Logan.

Credit: NZ Truth 18 Nov 1926

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

1926 NEW ZEALAND TROTTING CUP
Two of the possibilities in Native Chief and Queen'a Own spoilt their chances by an inaccurate beginning and Great Bingen took i11 during the early part of the race and was pulled up. Of the 14 acceptors Black Admiral was not started. The favorites were Ahuriri, the coupled horses, Acron and Great Bingen, Native Chief and Waitaki Girl.

Had Native Chief not misbehaved at the start he may have occupied a winning place. As it was the pace he had to go for the first half-mile to regain his lost ground took all the steam out of him and he died right away three furlongs from home. From the word go Ahuriri never looked like getting beaten when the field had gone a furlong. He was in fifth place, where Bryce was content to allow his candidate to shelter from the wind till a mile and a-half had been completed. At this stage of the race he dashed into second place where he stayed till well into the home stretch, where he gave him a tap with the whip and home he came winning comfortably by twp lengths. Prince Pointer, who filled second place, began smartly and went into the lead at the two-furlong disc and acted as a pacemaker right into the home stretch, though he beat Talaro by five lengths for second money. He had no chance of finishing m front of the winner.

Talaro went a stinging good race. He led for a quarter- of a mile where he dropped in behind Prince Pointer. Even when Ahuriri collared his position three furlongs from home he boxed on in determined style and gathered third money. Considering the ground he lost at the start Jack Potts went a wonderful race to occupy fourth place to which is attached 300 sovs. Acron and Man-o-War had every chance. Waitaki Girl and Sheik battled hard through their field but neither ever threatened danger.

This is the second time that Ahiiriri has annexed the New Zealand Trotting Cup. He won it last year he is owned by R. N. Morten who bred him, and is trained by J.Bryce.

The first mile was cut out in 2.l3 2/5; the mile and a half in 3.20 4/5 and the full journey in 4.25.

His connections must have been confident.

The judicial stewards severely cautioned J. Bryce, driver of Ahuriri, for interfering with Talaro and fined him 15.


Credit: NZ Truth 11 Nov1926

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

J Bryce & R Morten after the1925 NZ Cup
1926 NEW ZEALAND TROTTING CUP

In 1925 and the following year Ahuriri was successful in the Cup. His dam was the great mare Muricata. Muricata was by Mauritius, imported from America by the late R McMillan in 1905, and was a son of Bingen, Mauritius served a few mares before being sent to Australia, amongst them being Queen Wave,the dam of Muricata. Muricata was a roan mare favouring her dam in colour and a great trotter in her time, winning freguently against the pacers. The late Mr N L Price, who trained her for most of her races, once stated that she was the only trotter he had ever known who could change from trotting to the pacing gait at top speed, and for that reason he was always on "pins and needles" when racing her in trotting races.

Credit: 'Ribbonwood' writing in NZ Trotting Calendar 31 October 1945

CLUB HISTORY FIRES & THEIR PREVENTION

The outside Public Grandstand was burnt down in September 1926 and the origin of the fire remains a mystery. The first sign was at 5:00am and the Caretaker and Fire Brigade were reported to be on the scene promptly. As seems to be the pattern with grandstands of this period the fire quickly gained such a hold that nothing could be done to save the building and a few hours after the outbreak all that remained was a heap of embers. The loss of this stand was a severe blow to the NZMTC almost on the eve of its three day Cup Meeting and also to the Canterbury Park Trotting Club whose most important Meeting was at New Year. The two Clubs received a great deal of sympathy in the loss stand which was much patronized and with the Cup Meeting being in November the opinion was expressed that the public could be inconvenienced very considerably if the weather was unfavourable. The Executives of the Canterbury Park and NZ Metropolitan Clubs met promptly to consider what steps could be taken to replace the stand and to provide accommodation for the outside public. In August 1928 it was minuted that a tender of 8,000 submitted by Hammett and Sons, for the erection of an outside Public Stand was accepted.


Credit: NZMTC: Historical Notes compiled by D C Parker

RESULTS OF PRESTIGE RACES FOR THIS SEASON
 
HENRY MACE MEMORIAL

Current Sponsor:
2 miles 1902-31: 1 1/4 miles 1932: 2 miles 1933-38: 9 1/2 furlongs 1939: Not Run 1940-47: 2 miles 1948-57: 1 1/2 miles 1958: 2 miles 1959-60: 1 1/2 miles 1961-62
Handicap Pace: Run between 1902 & 1962
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER HAROLD BURWOOD  
TRAINER F C Hogarth DRIVER E C McDermott TIME 4 38 2/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 400 sovs DATE 16/12/1926
BREEDING 8g Harold Dillon-Pride Of Burwood
OWNER F C Hogarth
SPRINTERS HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1922-34 1 Mile: 1935 1 1/4 Miles: 1936-37 1 1/2 Miles. Formerly called the Recovery Handicap
Handicap Pace. Run from 1922 to 1937
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER BECKY LOGAN  
TRAINER F G Holmes DRIVER F G Holmes TIME 2 18 1/5
HANDICAP 36 yards STAKE 400 sovs DATE 12/11/1926
BREEDING 8m Logan Pointer-Miss Becky
OWNER E J Eathorne
MIDDLETON HANDICAP TROT

Current Sponsor:
Standing Start: 1903-1911 race open to pacers & trotters: 1911 in saddle. 2m 1902-3: 1 1/2m 1904: 2m 1905: 1 1/2m 1906-7: 2m 1908-30: 1 1/2m 1931-3: 2m 1934-38: 1 1/2m 1939: 2m 1940. Final running 1940
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER HAROLD CHILD  
TRAINER J Payne DRIVER J Payne TIME 5 03 3/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 350 sovs DATE 12/11/1926
BREEDING 13g Harold Dillon-Rothschild mare
OWNER S Payne
CHRISTCHURCH HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1 1/2 miles 1904: Not Run 1905: 2 miles 1906: 1 3/4 miles 1907: 2 miles 1908-34
Handicap Pace run 1904-1934
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER MAN O'WAR  
TRAINER T H McGirr DRIVER T H McGirr TIME 4 42 2/5
HANDICAP 60 yards STAKE 1000 sovs DATE 12/11/1926
BREEDING 8h Peri Huon-Wilga
OWNER T H McGirr
SOCKBURN HANDICAP TROT

Current Sponsor:
Standing Start. 1903 2miles; 1904-5 1 1/2 miles; 1906 2miles; 1907 1 1/2 miles; 1908-33 2miles; 1934-40 1 1/2 miles; 1941-46 1mile 5furlongs; 1947-50 1 1/4 miles stand FFA.
1903-1946: 1947-1950 Run as Sockburn FFA Trot
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER YOUNG BLAKE  
TRAINER P Riddle DRIVER O E Hooper TIME 4 36 1/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 400 sovs DATE 11/11/1926
BREEDING 7g Wildwood Junior-Daphne Dillon
OWNER Young & Blake
COURTENAY HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
2 mile: 1907-1934: 1935 Race Discontinued
2 mile Stand
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER KOHARA  
TRAINER J Bryce DRIVER J Bryce TIME 4 27 3/5
HANDICAP 12 yards STAKE 1000 sovs DATE 11/11/1926
BREEDING 5h Cathedral Chimes-Bright Alice
OWNER J L Webb
METROPOLITAN CHALLENGE STAKES

Current Sponsor:
2 miles 1901-4: 1 1/2 miles 1905-23: Not Run 1906: 2 miles 1924-36: 1 1/4 miles 1937-39: 1m 5f 1940: 2 miles 1941-42: 1 1/4 miles 1943: 1m 5f 1944-45: 1 1/4 miles 1946-63: 1m 5f 1964. From 1943 to 1963 restricted to 3&4yos: 1964 4yos only: Last run 1964
Handicap Pace: Run from 1901 to 1964: Open to 1942: For 3 & 4 yos 1943-63: 4 yos only 1964
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER HOLLY BOY  
TRAINER W J Tomkinson DRIVER A Armstrong TIME 4 36 3/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 400 sovs DATE 11/11/1926
BREEDING 5h Hal Boy-Holly Maid
OWNER A L Johnstone
NEW ZEALAND DERBY

Current Sponsor: ( DIAMOND CREEK FARM )
(Formerly New Brighton Derby Stakes) From 1914 to 1925 the race was conducted by the New Brighton Trotting Cub and decided in the Autumn (1925 Winner: Kohara). In 1925 it was taken over by the Metropolitan Trotting Club and decided in the Spring (Winner: Native Chief). 1982 decided in Summer. = Dead Heat. 1968-9 1 mile & half: 1970-2 1m 5f: 1973-83 2600 Metres Stand: From 1984 2600 Metres Mobile.
GROUP 1:Three-year-old Pace: 2600 Metres: Mobile Start.
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER SHADOWLAND  
TRAINER W J Tomkinson DRIVER W J Tomkinson TIME 3 27 2/5
HANDICAP Flying Start STAKE 750 sovereigns DATE 11/11/1926
BREEDING 3g Realm-Grey Owl
OWNER J F Poff
NEW ZEALAND FREE-FOR-ALL

Current Sponsor: ( WOODLANDS )
(Renamed New Zealand Pacing Sprint Championship, 1942-48) 1914-1919 One Mile & Quarter: 1920-1927 One Mile: 1928-1961 One Mile & Quarter: 1962 Nine & Half Furlongs Mobile: 1963-1972 One Mile & Quarter Stand: 1973-1974 2000 Metres Stand: 1975-2011 2000 Metres Mobile: 2012-2013 1 Mile Mobile: 2014 1950 Metres Mobile
1982 on GROUP 1: 1950Metres: Mobile Start.
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER GREAT BINGEN  
TRAINER D Withers DRIVER D Withers TIME 2 09.0
HANDICAP Scr STAKE 650 sovereigns DATE 11/11/1926
BREEDING h Nelson Bingen-Bertha Bell
OWNER J R McKenzie
DOMINION TROTTING FFA

Current Sponsor: ( HARAS des TROTTEURS )
1911-1973 Distance Two Miles: 1934&1935 Distance One & Half Miles: = Dead Heat 2007- Free-For-All
GROUP 1: For Trotting Horses only 3200 metres
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER PETERWAH  
TRAINER R C Fisken DRIVER R C Fisken TIME 4 30 2/5
HANDICAP 72 Yards STAKE 1000 sovereigns DATE 9/11/1926
BREEDING h Etawah-Janova
OWNER R C Fisken
NEW ZEALAND TROTTING CUP

Current Sponsor: ( CHRISTCHURCH CASINO )
1904-1973 Two Miles: From 1929 to 1931 run as two Heats and a Final: 2008 Free-For-All
GROUP 1: 3200 Metres: Standing Start
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER AHURIRI  
TRAINER J Bryce DRIVER J Bryce TIME 4 25.0
HANDICAP 24 Yards STAKE 3000 sovereigns DATE 9/11/1926
BREEDING 7 h Cathedral Chimes - Muricato
OWNER R M Morten
Last 800 Last 400 MileRate 2 12 1/2
NATIONAL HCP

Current Sponsor:
1904-40 2 mile Std: 1941 1m Std: 1942-50 2m Std: 1951-56 1m 5furlong Std: 1957 2m Std: 1958-59 1m5f Std: 1960-61 2m Std: 1962-72 1m5f Std: 1973-81 2600mtrs Std: 1982 Race Discontinued
Handicap Pace. Last run 1981
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER LOGAN LOU  
TRAINER D Withers DRIVER D Withers TIME 4 40 1/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 1000 sovs DATE 13/08/1926
BREEDING 7m Logan Pointer-Galindo Lou
OWNER J R McKenzie & D Withers
LIGHTNING HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
Standing Start: 1mile 1904-18; 1 1/2miles 1919; 1mile 1920-31; 1 1/2miles 1932-36; 1 1/4miles 1937; 1 1/2miles 1938-40; 2miles 1941; Not run 1942; 1 1/4miles 1943-61; 9 1/2furlongs 1962; 1 1/4miles 1963-72; Not run 1973&4; 2000metres 1975-82. In saddle 1904, 1909-11, 1920-31. Run as FFA 1947, 52, 59, 62, 63 & 1965
From 1904 to 1982
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER BRUCE  
TRAINER E J Smith DRIVER M F Holmes TIME 2 15 2/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 300 sovs DATE 13/08/1926
BREEDING 6g Logan Pointer-Trixie Mac
OWNER E J Smith
AVON HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1904-06 1 Mile: 1907-33 2 Miles: 1917-18 Not Run: 1934-36 1 1/2 Miles: 1937 2 Miles: 1938 1 1/4 Miles: 1939-40 1 1/2 Miles: 1941-44 2 Miles: 1942 & 1943 Not Run: 1945-49 1 1/4 Miles.
Run from 1904 to 1949
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER PETERWAH  
TRAINER R C Fisken DRIVER R C Fisken TIME 4 37 4/5
HANDICAP 48 yards STAKE 400 sovs DATE 11/08/1926
BREEDING 5h Etawah-Janova
OWNER R C Fisken
KING GEORGE (AUGUST) HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
2 Mile Handicap Pace. 1917-18 & 1936 Not Run: Race discontinued 1938
2 Mile: Handicap Pace
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER COUNTRYMAN  
TRAINER W Warren DRIVER W Warren TIME 4 34 3/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 1000 sovs DATE 11/08/1926
BREEDING 8g Logan Pointer-Country Belle
OWNER Clarkson & Graham
INTERNATIONAL (SPRING) HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1906-1919 1 miles: 1920-1935 1mile: 1936-1940 1 miles: Race discontinued 1941
Handicap Pace
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER WILLIE LOGAN  
TRAINER C S Donald DRIVER C S Donald TIME 2 23.0
HANDICAP 36 yards STAKE 400 sovs DATE 7/08/1926
BREEDING 7h Logan Pointer-Brosnan's Croesus mare
OWNER J Brosnan
PAPARUA HANDICAP PACE

Current Sponsor:
1919-38 2 Miles: 1939-40 1 1/2 Miles: 1941-42 2 Miles
Handicap Pace Run from 1919 to 1942
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER EVENT  
TRAINER DRIVER R McDonnell TIME 4 39.0
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 500 sovs DATE 5/06/1926
BREEDING 6g Brent Locanda-Evelyn
OWNER R McDonnell
Last 800 Last 400 MileRate 2 19 1/2
MATURITY HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1 1/2 Miles 3YO Stand
3YO Handicap Run from 1919 to 1929
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER PLUTO  
TRAINER DRIVER W J Gudsell TIME 3 38 1/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 325 sovs DATE 5/06/1926
BREEDING 3g Denver Huon-Princess Dolly
OWNER W J Gudsell
KING GEORGE HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
2 Mile Handicap
2 Mile Handicap Pace run from 1912 to 1935
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER WAITAKI GIRL  
TRAINER H W Aker DRIVER J Bryce TIME 4 25.0
HANDICAP 96 yards STAKE 600 sovs DATE 3/06/1926
BREEDING 7m Harold Dillon-Stanleys Girl
OWNER H W Aker
HIGH CLASS HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1901-05 2 miles: 1906-11 1 1/2 miles: 1912-18 1 mile: 1919-33 1 1/4 miles.
Handicap Pace. Run from 1901 to 1933
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER BELL HAROLD  
TRAINER DRIVER J McLennan TIME 2 43 4/5
HANDICAP 12 yards STAKE 400 sovs DATE 7/04/1926
BREEDING 8h Harold Rothschild-Jenny Bell
OWNER G J Barton
PRESIDENTS HANDICAP (NZMTC)

Current Sponsor:
1904 2 miles: 1905 1 1/2 miles: 1906-10 2 miles: 1911 1 1/2 miles: 1912-40 2 miles: 1938 & 1942-45 & 1948-49 & 1951 Not Run: 1941-47 1 5/8 miles: 1950-54 2 miles: 1955-63 1 5/8 miles: 1964-65 1 1/4 miles: 1966-68 1 5/8 miles.
Handicap Pace. Run from 1904 to 1968
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER MINTON DERBY  
TRAINER DRIVER W J Tomkinson TIME 4 22 2/5
HANDICAP 72 yards STAKE 1000 sovs DATE 7/04/1926
BREEDING 9h Mambrino Derby-Mignonette
OWNER W J Tomkinson
EASTER CUP

Current Sponsor: ( BRECKON FARMS & ALL STARS RACING )
Prior to 1939 Easter Hcp Two Miles: 1918 & 1938 Not Run: 1940 1 1/2 miles: 1942-1946 Two Miles: 1947 & 48 Easter Stakes FFA One Mile & Half: 1949-50 Easter Hcp: 1951 Not Run: 1952-1970 One Mile & Five Furlongs: 1972-1973 Two Miles: 1983 GROUP 2:
GROUP 1: Pace: 3200 Metres: Standing Start
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER LOGANWOOD  
TRAINER DRIVER D Withers TIME 4 33.0
HANDICAP Front STAKE 1000 sovs DATE 3/04/1926
BREEDING 9h Logan Pointer-Myrtlewood
OWNER G W Dranfield
NEW BRIGHTON HANDICAP (NBTC)

Current Sponsor:
1904-09 2 Miles: 1910-11 1 1/2 Miles Re-named Brooklyn Hcp: 1912-28 2 Miles: 1929-35 Not Run: 1936-38 1 1/2 Miles: 1939-44 Not Run: 1945 2 Miles: 1946 1 5/8 Miles: 1947-49 2 Miles: Race Discontinued 1950
Raced between 1904 and 1949
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER WAITAKI GIRL  
TRAINER DRIVER R B Berry TIME 4 26 4/5
HANDICAP 84 yards STAKE 500 sovs DATE 20/03/1926
BREEDING 7m Harold Dillon-Stanleys Child
OWNER H W Aker
JUVENILE HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
1920 1 1/4 Miles: 1921-29 1 5/8 Miles: 1930 1 1/2 Miles: 1931-33 1 1/4 Miles
3YO Handicap Run from 1920 to 1933
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER NATIVE CHIEF  
TRAINER DRIVER J J Kennerley TIME 3 40 2/5
HANDICAP 120 yards STAKE 350 sovs DATE 13/02/1926
BREEDING 3c Logan Pointer-Regina De Oro
OWNER J Duffy
CRAVEN HANDICAP PACE

Current Sponsor:
1919-42 1 1/4 Miles: 1935 & 1938 Not Run: 1943-49 2 Miles
Handicap Pace Run from 1919 to 1949
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER DILLON WILKES  
TRAINER DRIVER R B Berry TIME 2 45 3/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 350 sovs DATE 13/02/1926
BREEDING 8g Marvin Wilkes-Nona Dillon
OWNER S McMillan
STEWARDS HANDICAP/ MILE (CPTC)

Current Sponsor:
1910 1 1/2 Miles: 1911-41 2 Miles: 1942-48 1 5/8 Miles: 1949-52 2 Miles: 1951 Not Run: 1953-63 1 5/8 Miles: 1964 1 1/4 Miles: 1965 1 5/8 Miles: 1966 1 1/4 Miles: 1967-81 1 Mile Mobile
Trotting Handicap/Mile: Run from 1910 to 1981 by Canterbury Park
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER RED OAK  
TRAINER DRIVER N L Price TIME 4 47 4/5
HANDICAP 12 yards STAKE 260 sovs DATE 1/01/1926
BREEDING 9g Great Audubon
OWNER W H Ferguson
CANTERBURY HANDICAP (CPTC)

Current Sponsor:
1911-1945 2 Miles: 1947-58 1 5/8 Miles
Raced between 1911 and 1958
Year: 1926

 
Race History
WINNER SHEIK  
TRAINER DRIVER P Riddle TIME 4 29 1/5
HANDICAP 96 yards STAKE 1300 sovs DATE 1/01/1926
BREEDING 9h Bonnie Chief-Francesca
OWNER P Riddle


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