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SPORTING.

c. J. c. SPRING MEETING. The nominations and entries for the Metropolitan Meeting were received last night as follows: Tbe Derby Stakes. —Dauphin, Diosma, Matakau, Hinemoa, Peerless Colt, Nonpariel, Amulet.

The Canterbury Jockey Club Handicap.—Le Loup, Dauphin, Lady Emma, Manakau, Chancellor, Grip, Hilda, Louis D’Or, Libeller, Governor, Volunteer.

Toe Welcome Stakes. —Trinket, Doris Te Ata, Leonora, Cheviot, Aida, Vanguard, Siesta, Welcome Jack, Nonseuse ; Amazon.

Tee Maiden Handicap. —Matakau, Diostna, Fleur-de-Lys, Louis D'Or, Rawdon, Aurora, Gold Dust, Nonpariel, Mist gelding. The Railway Plate. —Nautilus, Welcome Jack, Billingsgate, Talent, Envy filly, Sir George. The Canterbury Cop.—Dauphin, Le Loup, Matakau, Hinemoa, Peerless colt, Louis D’Or, Amulet, Mata, Grip. The Selling Race. Hilda, Coldstream, Laertes, Talbot, Billingsgate, Fleur-de-Lys, On Dit. The Grand Stand Handicap. —Lady Emma, Chancellor, Hilda, The Poet, Billingsgate, Volunteer, Fleur de Lys, Randwick, Envy filly, Coldstream, Talent, Tasman, Farewell, Sir George, Hinemoa, Nonpareil, Joker.

The Christchurch Plate. —Matakau, Amulet, Grip, Le Loup, Sir George, Louis D’Or, Mata. The Mgi'ropolitan Handicap. —Lady Emma, Matakau, Chancellor, Hilda, The Poet, Libeller, Randwicic, Grip, Mist gelding, Envy filly, Sir George, Hinemoa, Lampooner, Louis D’Or, Jokor, Nonpariel, Volunteer, Tasman. The Spring Nursery Handicap.— Trinket, Te Ata, Vanguard, Welcome Jack, Rebecca, Amazon, Leonora, Aida, Doris, Siesta, Nonsense.

The Flying Handicap. —Lady Emma, Duessa, Nautilus, Chancellor, Hilda, Libeller, Fleur de Lys, Mist gelding, Envy filly, Coldstream, Talent, Farewell, Sir George, Hinemoa, Nonpareil, Joker, Volunteer.

TRAINING NOTES. [by telegraph.] Christchurch, To-day. The racecourse is now very busy every morning, preparatory to the Spring Meeting next week. This morning a large amount of work was done. Le Loup and Lady Emma both went a good gallop, especially the latter. Old Chancellor also did capital work. Grip’s action has not improved, hut ho is still favorite for the G.J.C Handicap. Cheviot, brother to Sir Modred, is the favorite for the Welcome Stakes, and Amulet for the Derby, for which event Hinemoa has improved in the betting. Mata is a good favonte for the Cup, and will probably see level money before the start.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 1 November 1881

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 1 November 1881

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