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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING.

Second Day. (From odb owjs Ookbkspondbnt.) OhRISTOHUHOH R.AOKOOORBB, Not. 7/. The following events were decided after we went to press yesterday ; Stewards' Stakss, 300 hots • 6futlonca. Mr H. Goodman'o SJlreroarfc, Bab 41b Me W. H. Kelth'a Dudu, 7at ttib^ % (AfoMomn) 2 Mr G. H. Clifford* Goldea Great, 7«l _„ „. ; (Holmes) 3 Tlme—lmln 16iaecB. Dividends. £3 9i6iand£32s. ...■•' Epsom Hi«h Wkioht Handicap; ioaaova. Mr J. fitavenaoD'a Oaptaln Oook, Bit 71b ... (Ohtbtoan) 1 Mr M. Shorwln's Quibble, M lllb „ „ (Haxtable) % Mr H. Hammond'a Sultan, lOat British Lion, Sextant, Credulity; and Sir Jullos also can. Dividend*. £7 7» and £8 17a. Juvbnile Piatb; 200 aovs. Fire furloDga. ' • ■' Mr B. Outta 1 Cyoiaoa, 7at 9lb rr m t» .. (MoMorrao) t Hon. w. Roblnson'a Exohange, Bit 41b .„ %t (WJilte) f Mr P. Batler'fl Adalatlon, Bat 91b (Stratford) 3 Aprea Moi, Mikado, o{iudla!gh, Edehantreaa, Dankeld and Rotlna, alao ran Tinae—linin 2f 3 eosJ - Divldenda, Bx« ohange, £2 13s and £2 15a 6i j Ojolaoa^ £2 9a and £2 3a 6d. Ladies' Purse Handicap ; 100 aovi, Mr J. Stevenaon'a Otptalu Cook Mr It Taylor's Marmion, (Mr Taylor) 2 Mr P. Barter* Moae Bose _ " (Mr Bradley) 3 Premier, Count d'Oraay, Ma 0 . Zealot, Doubtful, Walruna, Bloelight and Clyde, also ran. Dlrldenda, £a lft* 6d and £5 4) 6a.

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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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