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TRAINING INTELLIGENCE.

TRAINING INTELLIGENCE.

Yesterday's Reports From All Quarters. AT NEWMARKET. A fine. morning. ON THE BURY IDE. BLACKIVELL'S Murgis filly• Madame Chard, and Chinon filly galloped sharply five furlongs en the Limekiln'. BUTTERS'S Nassovian, Red Spear, Puss in Boots H., and Esplandian went the same distan
30 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUSINESS ON IRISH MEETINGS.

BUSINESS ON IRISH MEETINGS.

Wires " LOFTY." RACING FIXTURES. Nowbury .... Jaw 30 and July I. JULY. Deliewetowa Newwwirke4 19.29 Newmarket-. 4 f, 7 Darragh 19, 7 0 Phoenix Park —.— E Cork Perk Dort 11 Limerick Down Boyd 13, 14 Window 26. 29 Gatwick 14, 15 AUGUST. Gawky I. 3 Miltown Malbsy 30 ' . . 4.5 Newbu
30 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE BOX THE RING MATINEE. Lance-Corporal Preston Beats Jack White A twenty-rounds contest elaimed most attention at The Ring, yesterday

THE BOX THE RING MATINEE. Lance-Corporal Preston Beats Jack White A twenty-rounds contest elaimed most attention at The Ring, yesterday

afternoon, and the combatants were Lance-Corporal Charlie Preston (M.G.C.) and Jack White illatterseal. There was a good house, and Preston, the cleverer, did useful lefthand work. reaching the face and getting away nicely from the majority of White's I returns. In rounds one an
30 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Semi-finals.

The Semi-finals.

Scottish Queen was the only absentee from the first semi-final, wherein a sound favourite was made of China Cock. The latter was given his own time to settle down by Skinner, and it was not until three furlongs from home that be was asked for en effort. He soon gained the master
28 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Many Challcugcs.

Many Challcugcs.

Morgan Crowther, the onetime Welsh fighter under both rules. acted as spokesman. He and Stanley had several passages, and chipping went on with fast and ready tongue. Crowther wanted Stanley to meet Lee first, but the ex-bantam was obdurate. "I want to meet the man that brings m
28 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
No• 14,223.

No• 14,223.

26 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

REYBOUND TRALTER. experience first. kennels. trainer may winners; not shard work; trained winners et 100 courses in one season.—Adders E 172. f..r.ng zoni el Office. Manchester. WANTED. VICTORIA GROUNDS. GLASGOW, WEDNESDAY. JUNE M. Ilroder N.D.A. Rule.) COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK PeO
26 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
[REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER.)

[REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER.)

A lIDENSHAW TROTTING RACES, MANCHESTER.
26 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MICHEL GROVE AND FINDON

MICHEL GROVE AND FINDON

Showery. DAVIES'S Achtoi, Desmond M., and Herdle•Agrippa went a mile and a half; Cattistock and Rayharrow galloped a mile; Bobo, Betsey Jane colt. Katah colt, Pampas Grass colt, Cooya filly, La Laide I filly, and Monte Fiore filly galloped five furlongs; Skyscraper colt. Queen C
26 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Fox Bcats Rossi.

Fox Bcats Rossi.

When the men took the ring the rain had ceased,. but the floor of the ring was somewhat treacberons. Hence the opening was of the cautious order. Eventually they attacked in turn, but the blows landed were only light. The second meeting was on much the name lined. but the third
26 June 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England