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HORSES.

DBAUGHr HORSES. Judges — Messrs R« Davie, John Boag and W. Holly Marshals m Attendance — Messrs R. Millar, Peter Williams, J. Lloyd and Dennis McKendry Class 52— For the best entire horse of any age— Dennis McKendry, 1 ; John Gilmour, 2 ; John Small, highly commended Class 55 — For the best mare, m foal or with foal at foot— Thos Taylor, 1 ; Olarko Bros, 2 Class 56— For the best mare to be shown with two of her progeny— John Small, 1 ; Clarke Bros, 2 Class 57 — For the best dry mare of any age — John Small, 1 and 2 ; John Gilmour, 3 Class 58— For the best filly foaled since July I, lßßs— John Gilmour I and 2 Clas3 59— For the best filly foaled since July 1, 1886— J. G. N. Grigg, 1 ; Thoß White, 2 ; John Small, commended. P. O'Oonnell, horee cover ;Jfor the best two-yoar-old colt or filly (draught horses) — J. C. N. Grigg, 1 Class 61— For the best Gelding of any age W. Jameson, 1 ; Clarke Bros, highly commended ; John Small, commended Class 62— For the best Gelding foaled i Binoe July I, lßßs— Clark Bros, 2 Class 63 — For the best Gelding foaled since July 1, 1886— J. C. N Grigp, 1 Claps 65— For the best Yearling Colt or Gelding— W. 3toddart, 1;I. M. Thompson, 2 ; J. C. N. Grigg, highly oommended John Gilmour, the services of his entire ! Kelvin ; for the best Yearling Colt of that sire — I. M. Thompson, 1 W. Patching, horae oover; for the best Yearling Colt or Filly (draught horses)— W. Stoddart, 1— Class 65 — For the best Mara or Gelding suitable for a carrier's cart up to 30owt — J. C. N. Grigs, 1 ; W. J. Crooks, 2 Class 66— For the best team of two horses (mares of geldings), of any age, m regular work, the bona fide property of exhibitor ; to to shown m harness. J. E. Steel and Sons, set swingle trees 1 for best team of two horses (draught, Olass 66)— W. Jamieson, 1 ; Olarke Bros, 2 CJass 67— For the best team of three horses same conditions as OHna 66— Clarke Bros, 1 and 2

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HORSES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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HORSES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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