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DUNEDIN RACES.

THIRD DAY.

(tficOM own own cobjus*ohd«nt J

DumsDiH, February 23. The weather Is close, tut threatening •pin. The attendance is good. Results t-r llpbdki Raob, of lOOiovs. Two miles and a quarter. Mt G. Holmes' Isaac, Hat Sib : (Stewart) 1 Mr H. Gourlay's Olvls, Bst 101 b (Chapman) 2 Mr A. Drake's Peter Osbeok, lit 41b

# (Fergus) 3 Torrent, Trapper, Dnnlace and Aparlma mlfO ran, I«aao led all tbe way and won easily by two lengths. Time, 4mln 35 sea. Dividends— lnside, £4 9s 6d ; outside. £4 17s 6d. Hopjfoi Stakes, of 120 toys. 6 furlongs. Mr 0. Tarnbnll's Apres Mol, 7st 9.b (Sharp) 1 Hf Q. McLean's Don Pedro, 6sfc (Bnddioombe) 2 Mr G; G. Stead's Mask Deer, 6st 6lb (Oasdin) 3

FeMbloMom also tan. From a wretched glut Apre» Mol lea all the way, and won moat easily. Time, lmin 19aeoi, Dividend— £2 6s. A protest wai entered •gainst the winner, but waa dismissed. Fobbuby Handicap, of 250bovi* One mile and a quarter. M* «T> Stepheoion'i Occident. 6st 71b 1 Mr p. O'Brien's Vandal, 7at 51b ... 2 'Blsmtb Hobbs Bro>* Quibble, 7at 41b 3 Time.. 9mln lUieo, Piridendi, £3 lOi

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DUNEDIN RACES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889

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DUNEDIN RACES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889

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