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THE DUNEDIN MEETING.

The Setting Market. Dunedin, To-day. There is little variation in the betting. Sir Modred yesterday morning receded to 6 to 4, and some hedging money was laid off at 2 to 1, but last night he was firm again at level money. The quotations for the Cup are : Even agst. Sir Modred 4 to 1 On Dit 6 1 Randwick 6 1 Sylvanus 8 1 Fishhook 8 1 Volunteer 100—10 The Governor 100 4 p.m. The betting is unchanged. Tips by “Pegasus." Dunedin, To-day, 4 p.m. The following aro “ Pegasus’ ” tips for the first day’s racing : The Cup. SIR MODRED ON DIT Mason’s elected. Hurdle Race. CLARENCE or THE AGENT Champagne Stakes. IDALIUM AMULET SOMNUS Publicans’ Handicap. N A.TATOR HILARIOUS LUNA Maiden Plate. SIR GARNETT MORPHEUS SOUTHLAND RACES. Invercargill, To-day. The following entries were received last night for the forthcoming races : Southland Cup. —Volunteer, Sylvanus, Sir Modred, Hilarious, Luna, Atlantic. Hurdle Race. —Will if I Can, Agent, Parnell. Southland Jockey Club Handicap.—Atlantic, Sylvanus, Volunteer, Sir Modred, Hilarious, Luna. Tradesmens’ Handicap. —Nautilus, Sylvanus, Volunteer, Morpheus, Sir Modred, Hilarious, Luna, Wee Lad, and Sterling.

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THE DUNEDIN MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 276, 23 February 1881

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THE DUNEDIN MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 276, 23 February 1881

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