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From our. own Correspondent. Christchurch. March 27. On the course this morning Mata and Sir Modred had a fast gallop round. The gelding proved the better horse. Titauia worked along at a slow canter once round, fretting very much. Lima had a good pipe opener and went very well. Tera and York had a fast spin, the former leading and making the pace hot. York over-hauled coming into the straight, and had the best of the finish. Murieile went at good pace for a mile, but the other half rather stilly. Templeton and Governor went for a fast spin, the former going well. Foul Play bad a flutter by himself to the three-quarter mile post. On Dit joined him, and the pace increased, Foul Play leading past the post a dozen lengths Marie Antoinette and Webb’s team also galloped, Virginian going excellently.

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THE COMING RAGES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 80, 30 March 1880

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THE COMING RAGES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 80, 30 March 1880

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