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INTERNATIONAL HISTORY

Edward VIII abdicates.

The Spanish Civil War breaks out.

The Douglas DC-3 (Dakota) introduced. It could carry 21 passengers smoothly at 320 km/h and was the world's first popular airliner.

The BBC starts to broadcast the first public television service.

LOCAL HISTORY

The National Broadcasting Service is established

Aviator Jean Batten lands at Mangere to become the first person to fly solo from England to NZ, setting a trans-Tasman record for the last leg from Sydney.

January 16 - Inauguration of inter-island air service by Union Airways.

May 13 - NZ National Party founded. Established at a conference in Wellington on 13-14 May 1936, the National Party was to dominate the New Zealand political scene in the second half of the 20th century.


August 6 - Jack Lovelock won New Zealand's first Olympic track gold medal before Adolf Hitler and a crowd of 110,000 at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. He led the 1500-metres field home in a world record time of 3:47.8.

Urlwins manufactures NZ's first plastic products.

Diesel buses are introduced in Ch-Ch.

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RACING HISTORY

Dunedin owner George Barton had three starters in the Cup namely Indianapolis (won the Cup for the third successive year), Cloudy Range (5th) and Grand Mogul (6th).

RACING HISTORY INTERDOMINIONS

PERTH - LOGAN DERBY
A ludicrous points system used for the earliest series saw Tasmanian mare Evicus, after finishing second in each of her heats and the 1500 Grand Final, awarded the title ahead of her brilliant compatriot Logan Derby, who won all three of his heats as well as the Final.


RACING HISTORY HORSES

1936 HAROLD LOGAN RETIRES

To be decorated with a collar of flowers and to be pelted with rose petals in surely a unique experience for a horse in this country, but that honour was accorded Harold Logan on the final day of the Metropolitan Club's meeting.

Over a number of years Harold has been public favourite number one. Champions have come and gone but the well mannered and glorious Hinds' pacer, though now in honourable retirement will never be forgotten.

Friday was announced as his last appearance on a race track and it was to mark the occasion that the Canterbury Owners and Breeders Association arranged the unusual, and pleasing, ceremony before the running of the last race, the Free-For-All. It was a scene worth going a long way to see. A tremendous and cheering crowd; Harold parading in his collar of flowers which he appeared anxious to eat, and being showered with rose petals. Surely a great tribute to any horse.

When the old chap rose to the occasion and won the Free-For-All enthusiasm knew no bounds. Before he had reached the post hats were being thrown in the air and the crowds cut loose to give him one of the greatest receptions ever seen on a race track, surging down the course and packing the three sides of the birdcage in a wildly cheering mob. Even while being cooled off, he was followed by an army of admirers anxious to pat him, and in many cases pull a hair from his tail.

No horse has captured the public imagination as has Harold Logan, and he has concluded his remarkable career to be remembered as the perfect racehorse and a truly great gentleman.

Credit: NZ TRUTH 18 Nov 1936

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

Harold Logan's farewell presentation
1936 NEW ZEALAND FREE-FOR-ALL

On the last day of the 1936 Cup Meeting Harold Logan was officially farewelled when decorated with a garland of flowers prior to the running of the Free-For-All and sensing the occasion, duly obliged in the race for the third time.

The crowd was barely able to be contained.

Harold Logan had raced for pitifully low stakes during the Depression and surely no horse has ever toiled more honestly and bravely for so little.



Credit: New Zealand HRWeekly 8Oct03

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

1936 NEW ZEALAND TROTTING CUP

As in 1934 & 1935 Indianapolis won the Cup. Refer to both years for comment.

On the second day of the 1936 carnival, three-times NZ Cup winner Indianapolis made an attempt to break 2:00 over a mile. He missed the magic mark, taking 2:00.4, but broke his previous record by a second. The galloping pacemaker is Cleaner, ridden by top jockey Jimmy Ellis.

RACING HISTORY FEATURE RACE COMMENT

1936 NEW ZEALAND TROTTING CUP

A third successive win in the New Zealand Cup and a mile against time in 2min 0 2/5sec were Indianapolis' contributions last week to trotting history.

Both are records, and while the former will stand for a long time, the only horse likely to better the mile record in the near future is Indianapolis himself.

His third Cup win was achieved under difficulties. The conditions were all against him, he did not receive the best of runs, and he was forced to cover more ground than any horse in the race.

Half a mile from home he ran into a spot of trouble, which sent him to a tangle, and turning into the straight his task appeared hopeless. Red Shadow had a break of several lengths on Barton's horse and the race looked to be over. Desperate driving on Jack Fraser's part, however, saw Indianapolis gather in the leader and scramble home. It was sheer determination and grit which scored.

While his win price was exceedingly small and his place supporters received back slightly more than three quarters of their money, which was another record, this time in low prices, his victory was well deserved and highly popular.

To use his own words, George Barton was very, very thrilled. To "Truth" he stated that there had never been a race which he had so desired to win. The money end of the business was pleasing, but it was the fact that Indianapolis had done something no other horse had ever achieved and had set a record for future generations to better that really mattered. "Jack drove him admirably, I think, and it was absolutely great," he concluded.

Red Shadow ran a great race in the Cup, and at one stage Jimmy Bryce appeared to be sitting pretty. However when tackled by Indianapolis his finishing effort was weak and lacked fight. At the same time, he had the others well beaten in conditions that suited him down to the ground. War Buoy, third, was always in the picture but failed to show any speed when it was most needed.

Conditions were almost perfect when Indianapolis made his attempt on the mile record on Thursday, and with an ounce of luck he would have reached the two-minute list. That he was able to get within 2/5 of a second of that time, pulling a sulky not regarded as suitable for the job on a two-mile preparation, and after a gruelling race in the Cup, tells its own story.

The two efforts told their tale, for he was well and truly beaten on the last day, when he lined up in the Free-For-All. He showed no inclination to take his place at the start and going off slowly, he never looked likely.

It is probable that he will be allowed to freshen up and that he will make another attempt to join the two-minute brigade, and then he will take a hike across the water. His owner stated to "Truth" that he had promised the South Australian people that he would go, though trainer Claude Dunleavy was not keen on taking, or sending the horse, he would keep his promise.

In the meantime Indianapolis has two records which he will hold for a long time.

Credit: NZ TRUTH 18 Nov 1936

RESULTS OF PRESTIGE RACES FOR THIS SEASON
 
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER GALLANT KNIGHT  
TRAINER R Dunn DRIVER R W Townley Jnr TIME 3 19 2/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 300 DATE 5/12/1936
BREEDING 6h Mr McElwyn-Etaday
OWNER J R McKenzie
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER TEMPEST  
TRAINER F C Dunlevey DRIVER J Bryce Jnr TIME 4 32 4/5
HANDICAP 36 yards STAKE 400 DATE 5/12/1936
BREEDING 8m Wrack-Nell Pointer
OWNER G J Barton
LOUISSON HANDICAP

Current Sponsor:
Handicap Pace: Standing Start: 2 miles 1935-38: 1 1/2 miles 1939-40: Not Run 1941-1947: 2 miles 1948-50: 1 mile & 5 furlongs 1951-72: 2600 metres 1973-86
Standing Start Handicap Pace run from 1935 to 1940 then 1948 to 1986
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER GRAND MOGUL  
TRAINER F C Dunlevey DRIVER D C Watts TIME 4 21.0
HANDICAP Front STAKE 1000 DATE 13/11/1936
BREEDING 6h Adioo Guy-Logans Mission
OWNER G J Barton
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER FRISCO LADY  
TRAINER M B Edwards DRIVER M B Edwards TIME 3 14 4/5
HANDICAP 12 yards STAKE 300 DATE 13/11/1936
BREEDING 4m Jack Potts-Daisy Pointer
OWNER J E & H L August
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER NORMA BINGEN  
TRAINER J Henderson DRIVER D C Watts TIME 4 28 1/5
HANDICAP 24 Yards STAKE 500 DATE 13/11/1936
BREEDING m Nelso Bingen-Norma Dillon
OWNER F Doherty
OLLIVIER HCP

Current Sponsor:
1935-49 Run as Handicap: 1950 Not Run: 1951-53 Two Mile FFA: 1954-55 One Mile & Half FFA: 1956 Two Mile Hcp: 1957-63 One Mile & Five Furlong Hcp: 1964-65 One Mile & Quarter Hcp: 1966-72 One Mile & Five Furlong Hcp: 1973-74 2000 Metres Hcp: 1975-76 1 Mile Mobile FFA: 1977-79 1 Mile Mobile Restricted FFA: Last run 1979
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER BLUE MOUNTAIN  
TRAINER L A Maidens DRIVER L A Maidens TIME 4 17 3/5
HANDICAP 24 Yards STAKE 700 DATE 12/11/1936
BREEDING g Blue Mountan King-Mother Machree
OWNER Mrs I E Sweetapple
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER HAROLD LOGAN  
TRAINER J D Smith DRIVER R W Townley jnr TIME 2 39.0
HANDICAP Scr STAKE 400 DATE 12/11/1936
BREEDING g Logan Pointer-Ivy Cole
OWNER E F C Hinds
Last 800 Last 400 MileRate 2 07 1/5
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER PARISIENNE  
TRAINER R B Berry DRIVER R B Berry TIME 3 19 3/5
HANDICAP Scr STAKE 750 DATE 12/11/1936
BREEDING 3f Rey de Oro-Yenot
OWNER Mrs D R Revell
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER ISABEL DERBY  
TRAINER G H Lynch DRIVER E N Kennerley TIME 4 25 2/5
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 350 DATE 12/11/1936
BREEDING 5m Nelson Derby-Rarebell Direct
OWNER H M Lynch
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER DISCORD  
TRAINER H Hewson DRIVER R J Rapley TIME 3 19 4/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 400 DATE 12/11/1936
BREEDING 6m Wrack-Echo
OWNER H Hewson
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER DISCORD  
TRAINER H Hewson DRIVER R J Rapley TIME 3 19 4/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 400 DATE 12/11/1936
BREEDING 6m Wrack-Echo
OWNER H Hewson
RICCARTON STAKES

Current Sponsor:
1 1/2 miles 1935: 1 1/4 miles 1936-63: 1 1/2 miles 1964-71: 1 1/4 miles 1972: 2600 metres 1973-77. From 1964 run as seperate races on Tuesday & Friday of Cup Week
3yo Handicap Pace: Between 1964 & 1977 run as two races: Run from 1935 to 1977
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER FRISCO BOY  
TRAINER M B Edwards DRIVER J Bryce Jnr TIME 2 52 2/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 300 DATE 10/11/1936
BREEDING g Jack Potts-Dady Pointer
OWNER J E & H L August
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER WAHNOOKA  
TRAINER C S Donald DRIVER C S Donald TIME 4 41 3/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 400 DATE 10/11/1936
BREEDING 8g Peterwah-Ena Bell
OWNER Mrs E Berryman
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER INDIANAPOLIS  
TRAINER F C Dunleavy DRIVER J Fraser jnr TIME 4 30 2/5
HANDICAP 48 Yards STAKE 2000 DATE 10/11/1936
BREEDING 7 h Wrack - Estella Amos
OWNER G J Barton
Last 800 Last 400 MileRate 2 15 1/5
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER DE SOTO  
TRAINER T Logan DRIVER J Bryce Jnr TIME 4 20.0
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 700 DATE 14/08/1936
BREEDING 6g Rey De Oro-Entice
OWNER C Johnston
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER GREENMANTLE  
TRAINER D C Watts DRIVER D C Watts TIME 3 19
HANDICAP Front STAKE 200 DATE 14/08/1936
BREEDING 6g Wrack-Nantwich
OWNER D C Watts
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER NORMA BINGEN  
TRAINER J Henderson DRIVER D C Watts TIME 3 24.0
HANDICAP 24 yards STAKE 250 DATE 12/08/1936
BREEDING 10m Nelson Bingen-Norma Dillon
OWNER F Docherty
INTERNATIONAL (SPRING) HANDICAP

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

 
Race History
WINNER SURE  
TRAINER S A Edwards DRIVER S A Edwards TIME 2 55.0
HANDICAP Front STAKE 300 DATE 8/08/1936
BREEDING 8m Peter Chenault-Our Nurse
OWNER Mrs W Mackenzie
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER CLOUDY RANGE  
TRAINER F C Dunlevey DRIVER J Fraser Jnr TIME 4 23.0
HANDICAP Front STAKE 500 DATE 15/04/1936
BREEDING 8g Wrack-Ayr
OWNER G J Barton
NZ HAMBLETONIAN HCP TROT

Current Sponsor:
1 1/4 Miles 1934-1940: 1 5/8 Miles 1941-1942: Two Miles 1943-44: 1 1/4 Miles 1945-49: Two Miles 1954: One Mile & 5 Furlongs 1955: Two Miles 1956-1965: From 1934-1949 TOP CLASS TROT: 1938 & 1951 Not Run: 1950-65 NZ HAMBLETONIAN HCP TROT: Replaced by NZ TROTTING CHAMPIONSHIP 1966
Two Miles Invitation Hcp Trot
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER AIRFLOW  
TRAINER R Dunn DRIVER P McNeil TIME 3 23.2
HANDICAP Front STAKE 300 DATE 15/04/1936
BREEDING 4m Guy Day-Willna Chenault
OWNER J R McKenzie
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER GAMBLE  
TRAINER M B Edwards DRIVER M Stewart TIME 4 28 1/5
HANDICAP 12 yards STAKE 500 DATE 11/04/1936
BREEDING 5h Jack Potts-Princess Ann
OWNER Mrs E E Butcher
DENTON MEMORIAL

Current Sponsor:
2 Miles Handicap Pace
2 Miles Hcp Pace run from 1930-1939
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER GUY JUNIOR  
TRAINER C P Cameron DRIVER G McKendry TIME 4 34 2/5
HANDICAP 48 yards STAKE 300 DATE 22/02/1936
BREEDING 5g Real Guy-Princess Perfection
OWNER C P Cameron
Last 800 Last 400 MileRate 2 17 1/5
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER WILLOW WAVE  
TRAINER O E Hooper DRIVER O E Hooper TIME 4 25.0
HANDICAP Front STAKE 350 DATE 15/02/1936
BREEDING 9h Waverley-dam unknown(NZ)
OWNER D Windle
Last 800 Last 400 MileRate 2 12 1/2
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER CLOUDY RANGE  
TRAINER F C Dunlevey DRIVER J Fraser Jnr TIME 2 44 2/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 250 DATE 18/01/1936
BREEDING 8g Wrack-Ayr
OWNER G J Barton
MASON HANDICAP PACE (CPTC)

Current Sponsor:
1933-41 2 Miles Std: 1942-46 1 5/8 Miles: 1947 1 1/2 Miles: 1948-52 1 5/8 Miles: 1953 2 Miles: 1954-56 1 5/8 Miles.
Handicap Pace run from 1933 to 1956
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER LLEWELLYNS PRIDE  
TRAINER G McKendry DRIVER G McKendry TIME 4 29 3/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 400 DATE 2/01/1936
BREEDING 7g Llewellyn-Mollie Pointer
OWNER G Stanley
CANTERBURY HANDICAP (CPTC)

Current Sponsor:
1911-1945 2 Miles: 1947-58 1 5/8 Miles
Raced between 1911 and 1958
Year: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER BLUE MOUNTAIN  
TRAINER J S Shaw DRIVER M Holmes TIME 4 20.0
HANDICAP 36 yards STAKE 500 DATE 1/01/1936
BREEDING 9h Blue Mountain King-Mother Machree
OWNER Mrs L E Sweetapple
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: 1936

 
Race History
WINNER KINGS GUARD  
TRAINER R B Berry DRIVER R B Berry TIME 4 35 2/5
HANDICAP Front STAKE 165 DATE 1/01/1936
BREEDING 9g Native King-Lady Nan
OWNER W Mitchell
KING GEORGE (AUGUST) HANDICAP

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

 
Race History
WINNER Not Run  
TRAINER DRIVER TIME
HANDICAP STAKE DATE 14/08/1935
BREEDING
OWNER


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