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SECOND DAY.

> Following are tho remits of the rei tnaiader of yKßterdny'n eveuts :— [ Welter Handicap, of 35 eovs. Two mJleB ■ 124 Mr K. Kutherford's b£j Wire-in 6yrs, 10st7lb ... (R. Kingan) 1 ! 34 MrJ. E. Young'a g a Hook burn 6yrg, 10st 91b (Mr J B.Pilbrow) 2 18 Mr F. Simmons 1 g m Kate, aged lOdt (Bflckmoro) + 26 Mr H Coulter's b f Martha, 3yrs 9st 81b (Bamber) + 28 Mr ti. G, Pitt's g m r-'qnib, 6yrs lf'Bfc 9 b (Owner) 0 Wire-in and Kate jumped off with tha lead, and were a dozen lengths m advance of the others as they passed the stand ihe firßt time. At th five furlong post Wirein took command. Going round iha top turn Sockburn came tip fust and wub first into the straight ; Wirein moved up at the didtanoo, and going on won comfortably by a length, Kate »nd Martha a dozen lengths away running a deod heut for third place. Time, 3min 58seo8. ■ Dividend, £1 13s Flying Handicap, of 36, eovs. Five fotlongs : 25 MrJ. Young's br hSir Julius, by Betrayer— Nanoy, 4yre, 6st I2lb (WJaby) 1 117 Mr W. Russell's g g Krln-gr-Bra«h 6vrs, 108t (Brown) 2 87 MeaHre M ond 0. wobbs' g g College Boy, ogei, Bdt ».. (Dodd) 3 8 Mr S. Alexander's oh g Doubtful sjTß,7et 121 b ... ... (Oox) 0 -34 IV»rW Soc.tt's eh m Golfincb. 6yra, 7«t 12lb ... ... (OKeefe) 0 Goldfiooh and Sir Julius wore quiokeßt (iway, and ran m front to the entrance to tU» straight, where lirin-go«Bragh and 0( llpge lioy dosed on th« loaders. Goldfinch retired at the distance, and Sir Julius and Erin-go-3cagh drew right away from College Boy, the former winning a capita! race by a bare neck. Time, lmin fieeo. Dividend, £9 15» 1 Disposal Stakes, of 30 sovb Three quartors of a mile 24 MrO. G. flawdon's oh ra Duoheßß of Albany, by Albany— Tantrums ; 1 ' 6yra ... (Brown) 1 82 Vir H. Piper's Norraanby ...(Sharp) 2 25 Mr E Taylor's b m Fickle (Mcllroy) 3 14 Swampben, 11 Leodogran, 17 Meada 14 Hollowback, and 31 Goldfinch also started, . Attor a good deal of fiddling at ' tho post the lot were despatched to a - fairly good start. Duohoe* of Albany got I the lead, and bung never hoadod won by j a length from Norman by, Ficklo a fair , third Time, lmin 20doce. Dividend, £8 3s

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SECOND DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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SECOND DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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