ASHBURTON TRADESMEN'S RAOJNG OLUB.
The following evenh were decided ifter we went to Preen yesterday : — I adies Bbao lkt Wkltsr Handicap, of 25 aovs. Ona mile. 5 Mlas Woroer'a blk m Zoalot, 5 yrs, 10at4lb (Mr Pat) 1 64 Mra Young's br h Sir Jalius, 4 yra, lOat 10$! b (including 2£! b over) (Jtfferaon) 2 18 Mrß.Grlce'a br g Little Arthur, 6 yrs, 10stl2U> ... (W. Gdo*) 3 8 Mra Wilaon'a b g Leodograii, aged, lOat 8;b ... .., (Mr Denton) 0 7 Mra Soott'a oh g Pennine, 3 yr», lOst (Miller) 0 Laodogran Bbowed the *ay to the half distance, where he foil back beaten, and Zealot, drawing clear of Sir Julius a farlong from home, won cully by two lengths, Time— lmln 49|aeo. j A protect wai lodged against Zealot, on the ground that ahe had taken part m an unregistered meeting at Rakala en the previous day, and (ho Stewarda determined to refev the matter to the Metropolitan Olnb foa deolaion. The dividend on Zealot will be £16 Ho ; on Sir J alias £1 10s. Fliino Hamdioap, cf 25 bovb. S!x farlonge. 36 Meaara M. and 0. Hobba' b g Jack, aged,Bstlolb (Jackson) 1 53 Mr A. Oowle's b g The Brewer, syra, 9,t 6.b (Mltohell) 2 16 Mr J. YooDg'o br b Sir Jul'us, 4yrs 7«t 3b ... ... (I. Frier) dls 8 Mr S. A'exander's oh g Doubtfnl, syr? f 7ot 7ib (Ward) 0 10 Mr M. Sootfa oh m Goldfinch, aged, 6it 6ib ... (MoOouoohle) 0 A good start was fffaoted. The Brewer and Jack wore the first to ahow In front, bat almost immediately afterwards the command w&a taken by Sir Julias and GoMfinoh,. Sir Julias maintained bia le id ail the way home, winning comfortably by a couple of lengths. Jack and the Brewer passed Goldfinoh coming down the 8..»» K u» r -.jc-«,i,-b.«iu s .. .a?i»«.~-i>tawef by three lengtha. A protest waa entered agalnat Sir Jallaa on the Rroand that having claimed the Ladles Bracelet, he had not carried the 71b penalty the winner of that race uhould have carried. The protaat was upheld, and the etakea awarded to Jack. Time— lmln 153600, Dividend— £3 Is 6d. ffAOK Raob, of 10 Bova. Fcuc f arlones. 27 MrJ.O,N. Grlgg'a b g HoJlowback 6 yra (Oerrit ) 1 II Mr S. Alexander's oh m Starlight, aged 2 7 Mr G. Adam's oh g Paddy, aged... 3 2 Yoang Python, 6 Tcorak, 7 Brown Roae, 7 Leodogran also ran TJja race proved an eaay for Hollowback. Time— Simeon. Dividend— £2 4iGohsoiation Handicap, of 10 bovb, 7 farLnga. 18 Mr J. Stalth'a oh m Lady Lennox, aged, 6n 91b (including 31b over) (McOonoohle) 1 13 Mr G. Adam's eh g Paddy, aged, 6s c 71b (inciadlng 31b over] (Prips) 2 58 Mr S. Alexander's eh g Doubtful, 6yrf, 8u 9b (Ward; 3 7 Mr B. Hanks' b m Brown Roae, aged, 6st .„ (Daly) 0 Paddy jumped < ff with the lead whloh he maintained to the tarn. Here L»dy Lennox began to move up and assuming the command In the straight won by a length and a half. Dividend— £4 6i.
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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2023, 28 December 1888
SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2023, 28 December 1888
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