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FREE HANDICAP. The following weights have been declared:— st. lb. st. lb. Lc Loup ... 910 Governor ... 7 0 Natator ... 9 5 Coldstream 7 0 Billingsgate 9 3 Poet ... . 7 0 Sir Modred 9 1 Prospero ... 7. 0 Grip ... 813 Lady Emma 610 Rand wick ... 812 Hilda ... 6 8 Fishhook ... 8 7 Norseman... ' 6 7 Hilarious ... 8 6 Sylvan us ... 6 7 Libeller ... 8 5 Frailty ... G 6 Longlands... 8 0 Harkaway... 6 0 Titania ... 8 0 Nautilus ... 6 0 Luna ... 713 Holderness 6 0 On Dit ... 712 Castanette... 5 7 Joker ... 7 7 Waikari ... 5 7 Sir Garnett 7 4 Romeo ... 5 7 Talent ... 7 3 The following general entries and acceptances for the Autumn meeting were received by the secretary on Saturday

evening : Champagne Stakes. —Somnus, Amulet, Nonpanel, La Mode, Yattendou—Peeress colt, Gold Dust, Hinemoa. Epsom Stakes.— Norseman, . .Frailty, Romeo, The Joker, On Dit, Sir Garnet, Nautilus. Great Autumn Handicap. —Prospero, The Joker, The Governor, Lady Emma, Randwick, Natator Grip, Luna, Hilda, Harkaway, Sir Modred, Libeller. Nursery Handicap. —Hinemoa, Dauphin, Amulet, Nonpariel, La Mode, Legerdemain, Gold Dust, Envy filly (by Cassivelaunus), Somnus, Yattendou— Peeress colt.

Selling Race. —Norseman, Frailty, Coldstream, Randwick, Fishhook, Harkaway, Sir Garnet, Hilarious, Billingsgate.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 316, 11 April 1881

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 316, 11 April 1881

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