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D-J.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING-. The following are the entries and ao-, ceptances for the Queen’s Birthday meet* ing : Maiden Plate —Lady Ellen, 9st 4lb, Boughleen Doun, Bst 121 b; Jack, Bst 121 b ; Trovatore, Bst 4.1 b ; Little Fraud,' Bst 41b; Mameluke, fist 131 b; Legerdemain, 6st 111 b ; Onyx, fist-111b. Handicap Hurdle Race. —Milo, lOat 101 b ; Robin Hood, 10st 51b .; Tom King, 9st 101 b ; Leap Year, 9st 101 b ; Isaac, Bst 121 b ; Maude, Bst 121 b ; Romance 9st; - Turk, Sst 71b. Birthday Handicap. —Lady Emma, 7st 131 b ; Atlantic, 7st 101 b ; Coldstream, 7st 31b ; Nautilus, 6st 91b ; The Poet, fist ■ 91b ; Sylvanus, fist 81b; Hilda, 6st 51b ; Jasper, sst 71b. Handicap Trotting Race. —Native - Cat, Bella, Yicious, Cutty Sark, Brown Bess, Elsa, Lady Don, Jessie, Ada, Sally, Red Rose. Novel Race. —Tom King, Bst 51bs; Robin Hood, 7st lOlbs; Playboy, 7st 31b; Dolly Barwon, fist 131 b; Swede,; fist 101 b; Flying Beauty, fist 101 b; Swagsman, fist; Noah, fist; Ginkel, sst 71b ; Flossie, sst 71b. . Tradesmen’s Han dicap. —Lady Emma, ‘ - Sst 21b ; Atlantic, 7st 121 b ; Nautilus, 7st 91b; The Poet, 7st; Sylvanus, fist 101 b ; Hilda, fist 101 b ; Playboy, Sst 121 b; Dolly Barwon, Sst 101 b ; Jasper, Sst 101 b ; i Trovatore, Sst 71b; Mameluke, Sst 71b ; ;i Onyx, Sst 71b. ___ N.Z. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASES. The following are the acceptances for the New Zealand Grand National Steeplechase Meeting, to be held on the Queen’s Birthday : Maiden Plate —Marvel, Sailor Boy, v Quaraby, Kosciusko, Stella. Handicap Clarence, Sailor Boy, Shark, Winfield, Mousetrap, Agent, Blush Rose. Hunt Club Cup —Clarence, Quamby, Agent.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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