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C.J.C. MIDSUMMER MEETING.

The following events were ma cff after we w <nt to press on Monday : — Midsummer Handicap, of 200 aova. One and a hilf miles. Mr E OuMb' Dudu, 7at 6lb (Brown) % Mr D O'Brien's Vandal, 6it (Keefe) 2 Mlddlepark C/b Rmmawing, 7sfc 3ib (McMorran) 3 Wolverine 7st 91b, Ruby 7st 6lb and Quibble 7st lib also started. From & capital start Vandal led Quibble, Wolverine, Ravenewing, Dudu, and Ruby following m close order. No ohange ocoutred till passing Ford's where Quibble and llavenswing improved their position. At the Kennels the latter went into second place, and turning into the straight was running side by side with Vandal. Dudu who bad been moving up eince pasaing the Kennels got on even te^mg with the leaders, at th.c dittanoe post thence j ebe drew away, and though Vandal and Ravenswing gamely responded to the challenge, Cutts mare* won by a length and a half, Bavenswiag a length from V*nda\ third, Volverine fourth, Raby fifth, Quibble last. Time, 2rain 15sec. Dividends— £l6 los and £12 6s 6d. Selling. Race, of 60 soy?. Six furlongs. Mv W. 0. Webb's Vaultress, 7at 51b, (Webb) X Mr H. Piper's IdalU, Bst .., (White) 2 Meguilg. «nd. Q, Hobba Jack, 9it (Matthews) 3 Parthenja 7at 111 b also started. Parthenla assumed the lead at the start nod kept It till turning Into the straight where Vaultresi orme through and won Iby four length*. Time, lmln 17seo. Dividends— £s 6d and £6 3i. The winner was bought by Mr R. J. Maton : for £21. -v* Okatbn Stakes ; JGQ aov«. Seren furlo.ngs. Me G. H. Olisjrd'f Golden Great, Gat 10! b ... .., 1 Mr W, 0. Webb 1 * Raby, Bst lib (Derrit) 2 Mr H. Outts' Dadu, 7«t 81b (White) 3 Ruasley 9at 5 b, The Brewer 7rt 6lb, Brln-go Bfagh 7at 6ib, Repoue 7«t 61b also started, Rossley, Erln-go-Bragh and Golden Orest were bra 1 ; aw»y, At the rails Golden Crest's colors showed m front, closely followed by Ruby and Dadu. A good raoa resulted m Clifford's mare winning by a leugth, Dnda oloso up to Ruby third, Brewer fourth. Time lmln 28seo. Dividends— £B 15 1 and £5. Hornby Welter Handjoa? j 75 soya. Ooe and a quarter miles. Mr T. Stewari's Hose Bad, Bst 121 b (White) 1 Ms G. G. Stead* Ralubo*, Bat 91b (McDonald) 2 Mr E. T. Rhodes' Kimberley, 9jl : (H. «|ickaon 3 Count d'Orsav flit 71b, Repose Qjt 21b, Leon Bit, also started Leon went away with the le«d which he retained till turning into the straight, where Rosebud and Rainbow came to the front with Kimberley m olose attendance. A splendid finish resulted In Rosebud wlnniog by a short neck. Time, 2mtn 15ieo. Dividends— £1 19a and £2 li. Sourry Stakks; 20 ton. One mile. Oatoh weight! wai won by Mr H- Piper's Edalla, beating three others. Time, lmln 47800, Dividend s— £l lss 6d and £1 14 i. Consolation Handicap ; 50 soya, One mile, Ravenswing, Bat ... ,„ ,„ 1 rhe Brewer, ?stT3lb ... ... ... 2 Quibble, >»t 71b., 3 Three others started. Time, Imin 12 l-sth. Dividends— £2 15s and £2 9s.

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C.J.C. MIDSUMMER MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889

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C.J.C. MIDSUMMER MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889

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