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SPORTING.

WELLINGTON RACES

Wellington, Yesterday. The following entries were received tonight fo::’ Wellington races, to be run on the 2nd cjnd 3rd February ; Maiden Plate. —Salvage and Magnolia. Hurdles Handicap. —Clarence, Agent, General, jTotara, and Scrutineer. Flying Stakes Handicap. —Grip, On Dit, Mischief, Mavis, Hilda, Sir Modred, Soinnus, Fleur de Lys, Hinemoa, Slander Filly, Grand Duchess, Luna, Magnolia, and Speculation. Railway Stakes Handicap. —Mischief, Mavis, |Hilda, Sir Modred, Soranus, Fleur de Lys, Lady Emma, Slander Filly, Grand Duchess, Luna, Magnolia, and Speculation. Hutt Park Stakes. —On Dit, Mischief, Mavis, The Poet, King Quail, Sir Modred, Fleur de Lys, Libeller, Lady Emma, Hinemoa, Slander Filly, Grand Duchess, Luna, Soinnus, and Magnolia. Hurdles Handicap. —Clarence, Agent, General, Totara, and Scrutineer, Racing Club Handicap. —Grip, On Dit, Salvage, Mischief, The Poet, Hilda, King Quail, Sir Modred, Somnus, Fleur de Lys, Libeller, Louis d’Or, Hinemoa, Lady Emma, Piscatorious, Slander Filly, and Sir George. The following final payments for the Wellington Cup were also received : Grip, Salvage, The Poet, Hilda, King Quail, Fleur de Lys, Libeller, Louis d’Or, Lady Emma, Grand Duchess, Pisca-toi.-ious, and Sir George. Additional nominations are expected to arrive by post.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 536, 17 January 1882

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 536, 17 January 1882

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