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SPORTING.

MANAWATU RACES[by telegraph. J Palmerston, To-day. At the Manawatu races yesterday 3,000 persona were present. The weather was favorable. The principal event was von by Dan, DEATH OP FISHHOOK. [by telegraph.] Reefton, To-day. In the race for the Inangahua Cup yesterday, the well-known horse Fishhook fell and broke his leg und had to be shot. Osborne, the rider, broke his arm and received a sevare shaking. The races had to be postponed owing to the rain. A R C. SUMMER MEETING. The first day’s racing of the A.B.C.’s summer meeting, took place yesterday. Minerva won the Maiden Plate, Rubina being second, and Amazon third. Piscatorious appropriated the Free Handicap, Kenilworth second, and Kingask third. Canard finished first for the Hurdle Race, followed home by New Year and Clarence, in the order given. W jlcome Jack won the race of the day—the Auckland Oup— Tim Whiffler being second, and The Poet third, and the C.J.C. Handicap winner followed up his victory by placing the Railway Haudicap 4 to his owner's credit, for which Minerva was second and Pisestorious third.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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