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SPOUTING.

ASHBURTON R-O. MEETING. ’.-j ■ 1 1 j The following entries for the'SpWg* Meeting of the A.R.O. were received last night:— Counit Hurdle Race. Mr Sam. Miller’s ch ra Shepherdess', Mr John Corbett’s br g Captain Mr T. Quill’s b g Stockings ' Mr D. M'Kenday’s g g Lyndhurst Mr H. W. Strouts’ b g Schoolboy Mr E. Saunders’ blk m Brenda Mr G. Lawson’s b g Muscat Maiden Plate. Mr Sam. Miller’s ch f Lady Dagworth Mr P. Butler’s ch f Contessa Mr J. W. Murfitt’s b f Mar. Mr F. L. Bosenberg’s g g Selim Messrs Buhop and Lemon's Fair Nell Mr J. Bright’s b g Our John Mr P. Journeaux's b f Idalia Mr H. W. Strout’s b m Twilight Mr G. Lawson’s ch f Marchioness Neil Ashburton Our. Messrs Mason snd Yallance’s blk o Turquoise Mr J. Pilbrow’s br c Weloome Jack Mr E. Outts’ Aurora Mr E. Cutts’ Matakau Messrs Bishop and Lemon’s br c The Curate Mr P. M'Evedy’s b g Trumpeter Messrs Saunders Bros. ’ ch h Marquis of Normanby Mr G. Lawson’s ch g Comet Mr G. Lawson’s ch f Speculation. Ladies’ Purse. Mr W, P. Claridge’s g m Winnie . . Mr John Smith’s br m Minnie Mr Alex. Hewson’s r m Wild Rose Mr P, Journeaux’s br m Idalia Mr-G. Lawson’s ch g Comet Mr G. Lawson’s ch f Marchioness Neil. Handicap Hurdle Race. Mr Pelham Jones' ch m Lady Perdita Mr P. Butler’s oh g The Agent Mr H. Lunn’s ch g Canard Mr J. Pilbrow’s b g Clarence Mr R. Friedlander's b g Albion Mr G. Lawson’s b g Muscat. Racing Club Handicap.

Messrs Mason and Yallance’s bik e Turquoise Mr J. Pilbrow’s br c Welcome Jack Mr E. Cutts’ Matakau Mr E. Outts' Nautilus , Mr E. Cutts’ Aurora Messrs Bishop and Lemon’s br o The Curate Mr P. McEvedy’s br g Trumpeter , Messrs Saunders Bros’, ch g Marquis of Nor man by Mr G. Lawson’s ch e Comet Mr G. Lawson’s ch f Speculation. County Plate. Mr Sam. Miller’s oh m Sheperdoss Mr F. L. Bossenberg’s g g Selim Mr W. P. Claridge’s g m Winnie Mr John Smith’s br m Minnie Mr Jas. Bright’s b g Our John ; Mr Alex Hewson’s r m Wild Bose ;; Mr P. Journeaux’s bmldalia : Mr K. Friedlander’a br g Zulu ■ Mr H. W. Strout’s bnj Tffilight . , Messrs Saunders Bros, ch h Marquis of Normanby . ,»/ ■ i • Mr E. Cutts’Nautilus Messrs Bishop and Lemon’s ch m Gold Dust Mr P. MoEvedy’s b g Trumpeter Mr M. Friedlander’s br g Zultt Messrs Saunders’ Bros, ch h Murquis of Normanby ■; o:: ■ Mr G. Lawson’s ch f Marchioness Neil Mr G. Lawson’s ch g Comet Flying Handicap.

. Mesrs Mason and Yallance’s blk C Tur quoise Mr Sam Miller's ch f Lady Dagworth Mr P. Butler’s ch f Contessa

0.J.0. SPRING MEETING. The following acceptances were received last night for The Free Handicap.—Sir Modred, 9st 21b ; Natator, Oat; Nautilus, Bst 6lb ; Hilda, Bst 21b; Matakau, Bst; Siesta, 7st 91b; Legerdemain, 7st; The Curate, 6st 101 b; Gold Dust, 6st 51b. The Riccarton Welter Handicap.— Iris, list; Muscat, lOst 121 b; Gitana, 9st 21b; Whitbach, 9st; If So, Bst 91b; Rebecoa Bst 91b; Gold Dust, Bst 91b. The top weight not having accepted, the weights for this race have been raised 161 b. Training Notes. There was very little work done qn the course this morning, the best being that performed by Lady Emma, who went a mile and a half spin with Gitana, and then came home the last half mile with Legerdemain. Minerva also did a good gallop with If So and The Poet. Yesterday Salvage and Vanguard did a rattling spin. The former is still first favourite for the C.J.C. Handicap, and Cheviot is firm for the Derby at 6 to 4, There is very little betting doing. ,

DUNEDIN J O. SPRING MEETING. The following entries for the D.J.O. Spring Meeting were received last night:— Hurdles. —Mokarakara,Overdraft,Gang Awa, Don Jose, Wild Boy, Agent, Robin Hood. St Andrew’s Handicap. —Turquoise, Sir Modred, Adamant, Hilda, Lady Emma, Legerdemain, Tasman. Spring Handicap. Maribyrnong, Turquoise, Rangatira, Sir Modred, Somnus, Violin, Nautilus, Adamant, Amy, If So, Legerdemain, Gitana, Tasman. Hunters’ Plate. —Mokarakara, Overdraft, Gang Awa, Don Jose, Wild Boy, Agent, Robin Hood. Pr ksident’s Handicap. —Maribyrnong, Nonsense, Turquoise, Rangatira, Sir Modred, Somnus, Violin, Sir Garnet, Adamant, Hilda, Lady Emma, Legerdemain, Tasman. Grand Stand Handicap. Maribyrnong, Nonsense, Turquoise, RangaLra, Stockflower, Miss King, Firefly, Somnus, Violin, Eugenie, Nautilus, If So, Gitana. Members’ Plate Handicap.—Turquoise, Rangatira, Sir Modred, Somnus, Violin, Nautilus, Adamant, Contessa, Gitana, Matakau, Tasman. There are thirty-two entries for the Trotting Handicap. [by telegraph.] Auckland, To-day. The following entries were received yes--, day for the Takapuna Races : —Ellerslie, Chandler, Harkaway, Chiquita, Whitefoot, Lonehand, Angler, Tempest, Tricotrin, Miss Walton. St, Andrew’s Handicap—Nigger, Nebula, Katipo, Venture, Chiquita, Yuba Bill, Dewdrop, Lyric, Yatapa, Lonehand, Merlin, Fitzheroules, Lara, Angler, Libeller. Steeplechase— Ellerslie, St. Swithin, Chandler, Harkaway, Champagne, Whitefoot, Chanticleer, Angler, Tempest, Tricotrin, and Miss Walton.

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SPOUTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 783, 2 November 1882

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SPOUTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 783, 2 November 1882

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