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[by telegraph.] Wellington, To-day. RAILWAY STAKES. ' Diosma ... ... ... 1 The Poet ... 2 Kakapo . 3 Diosma assumed the lead at the start, -Slid’ was never caught, winning by a short saeck- from The Poet, Kakapo being a good third, Rore several lengths behind.' f sh& dividend inside on the totalisator was 13,0 n the outside one, L 3 IBj. Time—3'min. 27£ sec. " : A protest was entered against Diosma -on the grounds of foul riding, but was diaallowed. HURDLE RACE. Ganatd ... ... ... 1 Kikan... 2 Liability 3 Canard won hands down by a length,. "Both Nikau and Liability whipping down the straight. Time, smihs, 43secs. The dividend on the totalisator inside was LI Ids-; outside, LI 18s.

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WELLINGTON J. C. SPRING MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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WELLINGTON J. C. SPRING MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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