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SPORTING

S.C.J. CLUB ANNUAL RAGES. The results of the following events were telegraphed after we went to press last evening:— Winter Oats Welter Handicap, of 50 Bovs, with a sweepstakes of 2 sots for second horse. One mile.

Mr P. Butler’s blk c Talebearer, by Albany —Tell-Tale, 3yrs, 9at 51b 1 Mr R. H. Vallance’s Sou’-wester, syrs, Sib (Endings) 2 Mr T. Quill’s b c Grand Duke, 3yrs, Bst (Dorretl) S

Administrator (lOst), and Borderman (9it 61b) also ran. Time—lmin 44aec. Totallaator divi* dends— L 3 la and L2 19s 6d. Selling Hack Hurdle Race, of 20 bote. One mile and a half. Mr Agnew's bg Unit, aged... (Dunn) 1 Totaliaator dividends—Ll 7s and LI 3s. Consolation Handi -ap, of 30 sots. One mile. t Mr S. (rentlemun’a b m Little Doll, syra, 6st ... ... ... (Dunn) 1 Messrs M, and 0. Hobbs’ b h Border-

man, syrs, 9st ... ... (Rudings) 2 Naylor also started, but after going a furlong bolted off the course. Tima—lmin 43sec., Totalisator dnidenda—L9 6a 6d and L 6 loa.

From latest accounts, the jockey Hobbs is still insensible, and will probably re* main so for some days. Mazsngarb is now said to be suffering from compression of the brain, and became unconscious when taken home.

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SPORTING, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1517, 18 April 1885

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SPORTING Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1517, 18 April 1885

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