C.J.C. MIDSUMMER MEETING.
Obxuxohvboh, December 31 Thf G.4.G. Midsummer Meeting was bold to-daft The weather wn fine and the attendance wa# moderate. NIDfIUJfKJW fIVBDLB9 J 75 IOVO. TtfO miles. |fr T. Stew»rt'i Hammoe, 10.it 71b (Owner! 1 Mr W. Q« Bctherford'f Prttto. 9at 101 b - . ■ ■ (W»U.) 2 VrT. rf. Taylor's Panic, 10it, 31b .; (biDgan) 3 Wire-in, iat 101 b, alto rm. Huamoo and Presto went away from the other tiro at the start, Wire- in twelve ltngtht away : third, Panio last. Wire-in ran off at the second hurdle. Mammoo and Presto ran together till the last hurdle, whea Hie former drew aw^y wtnnmg easilj. Time, 4min 6seo. Dlwidendb, £1 7b and £1 Bs. ifIDDLXPABK BTAKXg, 200 83 VI. Six farlongi. • Mr D. O'Brien's Daokeld, 7it 111 b ■ (Derrett) 1 Ml O. . TatnbuU'i Wolrerlae, 9it ; v* (Sharp) 2 MrG.H. Oilflbrd/i Ohudlelgh, Sat 6;b (Thompioo) 3 Adolation also started. Adulation and Dankeld got the beßt sway. Obndleigh and Wolverine, side by ■ide, following. They ran m close order to the distance post, when, Duokgld, carrying 141bs overweight, came away winning by a length and a half. Time, Itnia 17seca. Dividends; £2 17s 6d and MSU. ' ■
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C.J.C. MIDSUMMER MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2025, 31 December 1888
C.J.C. MIDSUMMER MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2025, 31 December 1888
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