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ALFORD FOREST SPORTS.

Tho following are the results of the above sports, which came off on Boxing day ; Hurdle Race ; six hurdles ; miles. First prize, L 5 ; second, LI. Chester, 1; Flirt, 2. Stockings, Stickfast, and Wild Rose also ran. Trotting Match ; 2 miles. First prize, L 5. Firefly, 1; Betsy, 2. Tib, Gipsy,

Papanui, Reuben, Argyle, Matilda, Jessie, and Scamp also ran.

Flat Race ; miles. First prize, LXO; second, L2. Wild Rose (Sat 61b), X ; Stockings (lOat), 2. Gazelle (9st), Bay Tommy (9at), Jenny (9st), Kangaroo (Bst 21b), and May Day (Bst) also ran. Selling Hack Rage. —Little Kell, X ; Ladybird, 2. Don, Hunter, Maggy, and Stickfast also ran.

Consolation Rack ; X mile. Prize, L 3. Jenny, I ; May Day, 2. Bay Tommy and Flirt also ran.

Running High Jump—John Moore (4ft sin), X ; Mangam, 2. 150yds Boys’ Race—N. Carney, X; Bolton, 2.

Tossing the Caber—W. T. Smith, X ; W. B. Compton, 2. Half-mile Race—Fosse, X ; Robertson,

Standing High Jump Harrison, I; Webb, 2. One Mile Race— S. Stevenson, X ; T. Edlin, 2. Pole Vaulting—J. Rosa, X.

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ALFORD FOREST SPORTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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ALFORD FOREST SPORTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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