Sporting. Aw Wmmgm. g£ZH SHBUETON Steepleclif FRIDAY, M A LIST OF OFFICE President — E. G. Wright, Vice-President —W. C. 1 Stewards —Messrs E. S. < Smith, S. Saunders, J. I Raine, Dr Ross, Messrs C O. Digby, L. E. Corsbie R. Friedlander, Joseph telton, F. B. Passmore Crisp. Judge— Mr M. 8 Starter —Mr N. W Clerk of Course— Mr I Clerk of Scales —Mr J Hon. Treasurer— Mr C Handicapper— Mr E. Secretary —Mr J. First race to start at 1 1. Ashburton Handicap of 40 sovs, added to s 2 sovs each for accepto Smiles of fair huntingc nations 2 sovs. 2. District Handicap of 2 to a sweepstake of 2 sov 2 miles; nomination district horses only. 3. Tradesmen’s Plate of 3 for age ; 2 miles ; enti 4. Farmers’ Steeplechas; about miles ; wi entrance 1 sov.; for ■ only. 5. Hack Steeplechase mile ; catch weights; ( for district horses only RULES ABD REGU 1. The New Zealand G Rules strictly adhered to, otherwise specified. 2. “ District horses” sha which have been commonly owned by a resident in tl vious to March 1, 1881, date of this meeting; p: that any district horse sh qualified from having run i owner’s name in races outs during the above-mentione 3. The decision of the 8 disputed points shall be fir 4. No protest will be re sovs be deposited, which si if the protest be considere( 5. Nominations for the ! sent to the Secretary, at not later than 9 p.m. on V May 18. Weights will be night of May 24, at Quill’s the Christchurch papers or ceptances on night of gene 25th, at 8 p. m. 6. All entries to state name of horse, and colors JOHN
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 343, 13 May 1881
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 343, 13 May 1881
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