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SCRATCHING.

DuN-urnr, February 15. St Olali has been scratobed for all engagements at the Dunedin Meeting*. DUNEDIN TRAINING NOTES. At Forbury this morning Maiton, Tandal and Adulation merely walked. Occident cantered, La Rose o.ntered and ■purled' Garibaldi did a fast two milo gallep, Windsor and Dispute galloped a mile and the latter pulled up lame. St James did a pretty fait mile. Mfcs Ann shaped well In a mile spin. Peter Osbeck, Bowl, and Bioapade cantered and then galloped a mile fast, (Reoelved Febiu.ry 15, 12.10 pm.) M_.lbotj_uci, February 15. Meteor and Drumstick hsve been matched for the New Market Handioap.

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SCRATCHING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2064, 15 February 1889

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SCRATCHING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2064, 15 February 1889

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