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• GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN RACING ACTIVE. If "Deutscher Sport" is correct there seems still to be a good deal of money in tleriuany available for speculative purposes, for. according to our contemporary of October 27. no less a sum than 77.-827 was invested at the totalizator at the meeting held on the previous Sunday at Karlslmrst — a record for the current year. Fair sums, moreover, have been realized at recent sales by auction, nineteen horses in training weeded out from the Royal 4Ir:i-ditz Stud averaging 1915.sh3.1 apiece, whilf at another sale of horses in training at H .ppegarten the average for twenty-four horses sold was 0.1. Big fields ruled at the Jumping meeting referred to at Karlshorsr. whore tin- chief trial, a I hree- ear-old sleeple.hase of ,000. run oy.-r two miles and aUiiit a furlong, attracted sixteen rnasters, and was won by Pouamery. a eatt by Kirkconell — Pfalz. In addition t Kirkconn.l. such other stallions froin this side at St. Maclou and Robert le Diable were credited with successes. St. Maclous winiiei. Teddy, beat thirteen others over hurdles, and Mriinau II. . by Robert le Dial.le. seriired a steeplechase over two miles and a ipiarter from fifteen opponents. At Vienna, on October 24. the valuable flat race, the Austria Preis l0.8.:oi. ran over six and a half furlongs, attracted a field of nine, and once again the blood of Sundridge triumphed. Herr V. von Mautners three year old filly Sun Dial by Sundridge — RoundalH.iit winning at 0 t« 1 against. Her acker. G. .laiiek. was had up afterwards for crossing shortly after the start, ami was sus| ended for two days. Sun Dial was followed home by bar stable companion. Celsius. The Great Vienna Autumn Hurdle Race was won by the live year-old Ammeisee. bv Slievc Gallion. and the I wo year-old Hosion. by St. Amain, defeated eight juvenile rivals in the Triumph Renneii. a mile race warts .50o. War or 110 war, racing seems lo he going ou iu Austria aud Geruiauy muck us it used tu, except that it is contiii.,1 to fewer centers. Yet w.. iu sea-girt England, the fountain-head of European racing, now that the fiat racing at Newmarket is over and done with, are without any prospect of imniedi.ite winter racing, for even if the president of the Board of Trade give a favorable reply to the secretarv of the Owicts. Breeders and Trainers Association, it will take some weeks In-tore the first meeting can |Mwsihly be held. — London Sportsman.