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SPORTING.

V.R C. SPRING MEETING. Melbourne, Yesterday, Mares Produce Stakes ; one mile and a quarter. Calma ... ... ... ... 1 Segenhoe ... ... ... ... + Boolka t Betting even on Segenhoe. Calma won easily. Time, 2 min llsec. YR.C. Handicap; mile and threequarters. Gudarz 1 Gipsy Cooper ... ... ... 2 Lord Burghley ... ... ... 3 Eleven horses started. Betting, sto 1 against the Czar, and 6 to 1 against Lord Burghley and Gudarz. There was a good race between the placed horses. Time, 2min 36sec. Steeplechase ; about three miles. Kanaka ... ... ... ... 1 Sailor ... ... ... ... 2 Left Bower... ... • ... ... 3 Eleven horses started. The betting was 5 to 4 against Left Boner, 8 to 1 against,! Kanaka, 5 to 1 against Sailor. These three horses had a splendid race throughout, finishing well together. Canterbury Plate ; two miles and a quarter. Commotion ... ... ... 1 Darebin ... ... ... ... 2 Sweet William ... ... ... 3 Assyrian and Liberator also started. Betting at the post was 5 to 4 on Darobin, and 2 to 1 against Commotion. There was a great race up to the straight, between the two first horses ; Darebin, however, fell back, and Commotion won it rather easily at the finish. Time, 4min 45 (?) sec. 0. J. 0. SPRING MEETING. The following final payments were made on Saturday evening at the C.J.C. roorns : The Free Handicap— Sir Modred, 9st 21b ; Natator, 9st; Hilda, Bst 21b ; Matakau, Bst; Siesta, 7st 91b ; Legerdemain, 7st. The Derby Stakes—Leos, Sat 101 b ; Cheviot, Bst 101 b ; Nonsense, Bst- 51b Vanguard, Bst 101 b ; Minerva, Bst slb. The Welcome Stakes —Oudeis, Bst 51b ; Malefactor, Bst 51b ; Trickster, Bst 51b ; Helena, Bst; Water Nymph, Bst. ■ The C.J.C. Handicap—Betrayer, Bst 41b ; Lady Emma, Bat 41b ; Salvage, Bst 41b Emir Bey, 7st 131 b; Tasman', ■ 7st 101 b ; King Quail, 7at7lb ; Bundoora, 7st 41b ; Yanguard, 7st 11b; The Poet, 6st 121 b; Turquoise,6st 51b; Welcome Jack,6st 51b. Betting was brisker on Friday and Saturday, principally in connection with the C.J.C.-Handicap. Salvage still jhotds his place of favorite, and was backed at one pot for 205 to 55, and left off firm at 3to 1. 500 to 80 has been laid about Lady Emma, and 5 to 1 is the best price now obtainable. Turquoise has been backed t’o win a good stake at 100 to 20, whilst 7 to 1 was offered freely about Betrayer without a response. The following are Saturday’s quotations : Derby. Even money agst Cheviot sto 2 agst Nonsense 5 1 Vanguard 8 C.J.C. Handicap. 3 to 1 agst Salvage 4 1 Turquoise 5 1 Lady Emma 7 1 Betrayer 10 1 others. Canterbury Cup. 3 to 1 on the field. Weclome Stakes. 2 to 1 agst Oudeis 3 1 Malefactor 4 l others. [by telegraph.] Christchurch, To-day. All horses engaged at the meeting had training gallops this morning, except Betrayer, who is reported queer, he having been absent from exercise on the last two mornings. Ohevioc easily disposed of Vanguard. Of the other Derby horses, Nonsense moved the best, and looked very well. Salvage did not please the touts so much as on the previous morning, neither did Welcome Jack who had all his work to beat Whitbach over a mile. Turquoise did capital work, and Oudeis showed splendid form in a half mile gallop.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 786, 6 November 1882

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 786, 6 November 1882

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