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SPORTING.

WINSLOW RACES. The following acceptances have been received for the Winslow Races : Hurdle Race.—Captain, Wild Rose, Albion. Winslow Cop. —Albion, Speculation, Fidget. ' Trotting Race. Scamp, Charlie, Nipper, Dolly, Butcher’s Maid. D.J. 0. AUTUMN MEETING. The following acceptances have been received for the D.J. C. Autumn Meeting ; Dunedin Cup Sir Modrcd, Lady Emma, Salvage, Tasman, Bandoora, The Dauphin, Cheviot, Vanguard, Soinnus, Louie, Welcome Jack, Matanaka, Emir Bey, King Quail, H Ida, Idalium, Envy filly, Turquoise, Nonsense, The Poet, Iris, Blue Jacket, Adamant, Sir Garnet, Gitana, Kingask, Violin, Minerva, Taiaroa, Te Ata, The Jilt. Hurdle Race —Agent, Cunard, Whitbach, Wild Boy, Mokarakara, Milo, Why Not, Young Sledmere, Gang Awa, Kakrearera, Don Jose. Publican’s Handicap —Sir Molred, Lady Emma, Luna, Welcome Jack, Matanaka, King Quail, Envy filly, Turquoise, iNonsense, Iris, Nautilus, Mataku, Aurora, Violin, Taiaroa, The Jilt, Miss King filly, Coupon. Stewart’s Purse (welter handicap)— Bundoora, Matanaka, Hilda, Envy filly, Nautilus, Iris, Leos, Gitana, Violin, Aurora, Taiaroa.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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