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OAM ABU JO. RACES. The first day’s racing (the results of the Maiden Plate and the Oamaru Handicap were published in our last issue) concluded as follows :

Won easily. The Handicap Tima Trotting Race of 20 sovs was won by Ronie.

Tasman led from the start to the finish, and won with something to spare. [by telegraph.] Second Day—Thursday, November 16. Oamaru, To-day. Hurdle Back. Mr Dooley’s b g Milo ... ... 1 Mr Jones’ ch m Lady Perdita ... 2 Mr Robertson’s b g Wild Boy ... 3 Hack Hurdle Race. Mr Sutherland’s Guesswork ... 1 Mr Aikenhead’s Marksman ... 2 MARTON-RANGITIEEI RACES. [by telegraph.] Bulls, To-day. The following are the nominations for the handicaps for the Marton-Rangitikei races :—■

Flying Stakes. —Minerva, Mischief, Laurel, Maid of Eccleston, Touchstone, The Orphan, Ringleader, Tanbary, Hinemoa; Hippodamia, Larry. Marton-Hangitikei Handicap — Mischief, Armourer, Annuity, Wilberforce, Leonora, Dan, Buzzard, Tally-Ho, Last Chan -e, the Green, Formosa, Blue Gown, St. Glair, Banshee, Hippodamia, Hipporina, Larry. District Handicap Minerva, Armourer, Annuity, Dan, Maid of Eccleston, Touchstone, The Orphan, Buzzard, Last Chance, Formosa, Blue Gown, St. Clair, Banshee, Larry. Railway Handicap. —Mischief, Amourer, Annuity, Wilberforce, Leonora, Dan, Maidof Ecelestou, Touchstone, Buzzard, Ringleader, Tanbary, Last Chance, Hinemoa, The Gem, Formosa, Blue Gown, St. Clair, Bansh e, Larry, flippodamia, and Hipporina.


Dunedin, Yesterday. The fallowing handicaps for the first day’s racing at the Spring Meeting were declared last night Hurdles —Agent, 12. t 71b ; Wild Boy, lOst 101 b; Mokarakara, lOst 71b ; Overdraft, Oat 121 b ; Robin Hood, 9st 101 b ; Gang Awa’, 9st 71b ; Don Jose, Bst 101 b. Sx. Andrew’s Handicap— Sir Modred, 9st Blb ; Lady Emma, Bst 51b ; Tasman, Bst 2lb ; Hilda, 7st 101 b ; Turquoise, 7st Sib ; Adamant, Gst 121 b ; Sir Garnet, 6st 101 b ; Legerdemain, Gst 31b. Spring Handicap— Sir Modred, 9at 101 b ; Tasman, Bst 51b ; Somnus, Bst 21b J

Rangatira, 7st 101 b ; Turquoise, 7at 101 b ; Nonsense, 7st 91b; Nautilus, 7st 41b; Adamant, 7st; Legerdemain, 6st 91b; Gitana, fist 91b ; Violin, Oat slb ;If So, fist; Maribyrnong, Sat 101 b ; Amy, sst 71b.

Counties’ Handicap of 30 so vs. Magician... ... ... ... ... 1 Juggler ... ... ... ... 2 Light-Ford ... ... ... ... 3

Gkand Stand Handicap of 50 sovs. Tasman 1 Adamant 2 Gitana ... ... ... 3

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 794, 16 November 1882

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 794, 16 November 1882

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