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YOUNG IYANHOE. OUNG IVAN HUE, by Old Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott, out of London Maggie—Sir Walter Scott, by Clydcboy, took first prize as best horse at Exhibition at London in 1802, gold medal at Sterling, and twice first at Glasgow, and several other first prizes. London Maggie took first prize as best three year old mare af Exhibition at London in 1862 and first ■ prize wherever shown. Ivanhoe took first prize at Glasgow as a two year old, was bought for 1100 guineas, and imported to New Zealand. Young Ivanhoe, out of Grey Maggie (imported), out of Blossom, by Rutherglen—by Caledonian, and has taken first prize as a two year old at Timaru, and first prize when next shown as a five year old at Timaru. Young Ivanhoe will travel the South Rakaia, Chertscy, and Mount Hutt districts. For further particulars see cards. THE THOROUGHBRED ARAB ENTIRE BLUELIGHT WILL TRAVEL the Ashburton District this season. For particulars see future advertisement. 53 WINTER & FRTEDLANDER. ROBERT PATTON, 52 Melhven.

187 ON TO STAND T-iBIS S S'Qu.-JON ffiICES. THOROUGHB] T YOUN» mASUCER, b#. Tradjcer, m See Young TjjiCicer was’ bredj&iy W. C. Webb, E( IqT, H* is M rich dark Amding fG%ands g&SFh with immerse bone and substance for make ayjPr shape Ji|a by the Kst hard anywhere. j*Ycil^^i^ducejfci^rising 5 ex- mar omage leeisps;, payable on -Loou ; rvi Pony, 3ST Also, t]jlW3rey Er n Will travltl wilh the eftyo horse Young Traducer/WSTlistrict df Ashburton during the season/ GocxTpadt care takci^jbut ROBI 39 week. Every responsibility. LITTLE, Proprietor. THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE COLT Of the Traducf.r Blood. To Travel this Season the ASHBURTON AND WAKANUI Districts, See future Advertisements for Particulars, S. H. FOWLER & CO„ Proprietors, 504a —20 Winslow. THE IMPORTED DRAUGHT HORSE.

BILLY FAIRPLAY, WILL STAND at Ede’s Horse Bazaar, Ashburton, and Travel Wakanui and Longbeach Districts. Terms —£5 55., payable Ist January, 1880. Groomage—--55., payable first time of service. Particulars see cards. —Apply 5.15a —03 H EDE. THE ENTIRE HORSE, ADMIRAL ’yy'lLL Travel as follows ; Monday—Mount Somers Road to Spread Eagle, and thence to Cameron’s Tuesday North side of Ashburton River to Cookson’s, Ashburton Wednesday—Beach Road to Wakanui Homestead Thursday—Wakanui Road to Cookson’s, Ashburton Friday—Tinwald to Wheatsheaf, stopping at Fleming’s Saturday Down Winslow Road to Cookson’s. WM. C. AVEBB, 552 a Riccarton. rjMiE STUD NOTICE. THOROUGHBRED HORSE T R I B U N E, By Traducer, dam Azucena. Will Travel the Ashburton district as usual. Apply Groom in charge. .

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 8, 14 October 1879

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