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SPORTING.

DUNEDIN TRAINING NOTES.

(TO 2BSBB A.BBOCIATION.) Dtjfidik, Febraity 18. Mots Bote and Apropos this morning went til furlongs tt top upeed. Soots Grey and Mask deer did a fast mile. Enid had the best of Ralobow m a two mile ■pin? Daodee galloped two ml'es witb BaremwlDg »r • oompanloc, and Id the ■eeond round the favorite held the other ■*(c. MtntoD, Yandtl tnd Occident, did two mllei In oompwr »t ionnd prce. Lm Ben did a f»it »lz furlongs. Girlbaldi led Oivli and Iia»o twice roond , 8t J«me« McnitUd hlmielf w.ll In » gallop with Wirloek md Oapt Oook. Other work wm snlmportann

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2066, 18 February 1889

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2066, 18 February 1889

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