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SPORTING.

ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. SraiNG Meeting. The following entries and nominations were received up to the closing hour : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Mr Robert Ray’s Lonehand Mr P. Butler’s Te Whetu Mr J. Lunn’s Robin Hood COUNTY HURDLE HANDICAP. Mr P. Husband’s Raven Mr J. J. Dawson’s Lonehand Mr H. Primmer’s Johnny MAIDEN PLATE. Mr H. A. Anderson’s Tam o’Shanter Mr J. Oakley’s Sir Roger Mr M. Friedlanders Cassandra Mr M Friedlander’s Dagrid Mr F. Standish’s Longbeach Mr H. Primmer’s Johnny Mr J. Smith’s Tim Flaherty ASHBURTON CUP HANDICAP. Hon. W. Robinson’s Numa Mr R. Ray’s Titania Mr P. Butler’s Laertes Messrs Mason and Vallance’s Lara ladies’ purse. Mr C. C. Fooks’ Billy Buttons Mr P. Husband’s Raven Mr H. A. Anderson’s Tam o’ Shanter Mr J. J. Dawson’s Lonehand Mr J. M‘ Amsland’a Orange Peel Mr F. Standish’s Longbeach Mr John Smith’s Tim Flaherty farmers’ plate. Mr J. J. Dawson’s Lonehand Mr M'Ausland s Orange Peel Mr Primmer’s Johnny Mr Herrick s Merlin Second Day. COUNTY STEEPLECHASE. Mr P. Husband’s Raven Mr J. J. Dawson’s Lonehand Mr Primmer’s Ada Mr Primmer’s Johnny Mr M. Friedlander’a Outside RACING CLUB HANDICAP. Hon. W. Robinson’s Numa Mr R Ray’s Titania Mr P. Butler’s Laertes Messrs Mason and Vallance’s Lara tradesmen’s handicap, Mr P. Husband’s Raven Mr H. A. Anderson’s Tam o’ Shanter Mr J, J, Dawson’s Lonehand Mr M. Friedlanders Cassandra Mr M'Ausland's Orange Peel Mr John Smith’s Tim Flaherty Mr John Homek’s Merlin Entries bearing postmarks of 31st iaat. «ru still to b« nduMtl Weights will b<3 declared pn Nov. Ji (keoeptsneos on the i?th,

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 16, 1 November 1879

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