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WINSLOW ANNUAL RACES. The following are the nominations received for the undermentioned races;— Handicap Hurdle Race. If miles. H. C. Segar’a ch m Cigarette, 5 yrs. H. Muir’s b h Lone Hand, aged. F. P. O’Reilly’s b m Lady Gladys, 4 y rs. W. Cuthbert’s g m Butterfly, 6 yrs WiNSf.ow Cup (handicap). 1£ miles. J. Smith’s b m Minnie, 5 yrs. F. Lewis’ b g Sandy, 6 yrs. G. James’ b g Steamer, aged. T. Harold’s b m Parlour Maid, aged. P. Journeaux’s b m Lass, 4 yrs. W. Onthbert’s b g Moro, 5 yrs. Trotting Race (handicap). 2 miles. F. Lewis’ b g Inkenua-i, aged. D. M'Kenzie’s Brigham Young, 6 yrs. E. Button’s ch m Nelly, aged. J. Carte-’s bin Grove Fiat, aged. W. G. Martin’s br g Titokowaru, aged. 0. P. H. Jephson’s blk g Darkie, 4 yrs. The handicaps for the above races will appear on Monday Dec. 10, acceptances to be in the hands of the secretary by 1 p.m. on Dec. 28. SOUTHLAND J. 0. RACES. [by telbg RAPH. ] Invercargill, To-day. The following are the acceptances for the

Derby. Flageolet, Mameluke (bro, by Niger), Flying Cloud, Rawdon, and Butterfly. Southland Cup. —Volunteer, 9st 71b; Adamant, Bst 21b; Tasman, 7at 71b. Hurdle Race.— Stella, list; Mayday, lOst 121 b; Hussar, 10st; Lady Dauntless, 9st 71b; Alice, 9st 71b. Tradesmen’s Handicap. —Volunteer, 9st 71b; Atlantic, 9st 71b; Rawdon, 7st 2ib; Mameluke, 6st 121 b; Flageolet, 6st 8lb; Brewer, 6st 61b.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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