Tbe day looked gloomy and threatened rain, but at the time of starling tbe races bnt little had fallen. There was a f*ir attendance. The ooorsd was very hea»y from the previous day't rain, ana ibe en- , clotures were ankle deep In liquid mud. GOIWXY HUBMB KAGB Ha-HD-CAF } of d 0 tova. uue mue ant. a na.f . 68 Mr F. Standings Walreka 6**t» 9it lSib (Kinfean) 1 76 Mr H. G. Plw'_ g m Squib 6yM llstftb ... *** (OwmO 2 34 Ms J, ttmlth'a (ur.) b g Fo.er,t King agedß«tl2ib W o *') 3 5 Mr YV. Mollraith'n blk g Donnybrook 6yrs 9dt I2ib ... (Walls) 0 6 Mr W. P.Olerldge'a br g Patriarch Mcd Bit 7ib (carried 10_t 31b) * ... ... ... (OlMidg.) 0 Walreka jumped away irom the start and led past me stand two ot three lengthe In front of Forest King, who waa closely followed by Squib, Patuaioh last. Going along th, back of tue oourse hqulb went up to Walreka and the two ran toaether to the leat hurdle whloh Squib Tamped first. Squib led until entering tbe rails where Walreka went to the front and won easily by two lengths, Forest Ktng an Indifferent third. Time— 3m»n 6_ec Dlvidend-£2 l2e. A protest was enwred against the -winner on the ground tbat be had not been m the district tor the specified lime, The protest waa dismissed. -_..«» InsrouL ST_K»B,ot 30 aovs. Weight 8«t. Ihreo quarters of a mile. Xl 9Mr D. Neilßon's b m Prima Donna, syrs ... (Campbell) 1 48 Mr D. Price's br g (Jymaro, aged, (i*. Buddioombe) 2 26 Mr E. H. Taylor's b m Fickle, , byrs ». (*-«■?»> 3 9 Mr A. O. P. Kny vetfs gr g Brian Born, aged llOlb over) ( Walls) 0 78 Mr A. Frißuy'B b g Jaok, aged (71b over) ... ... (^ P » c f> ° 2 Mr M. F. Parteison'a br g Toorak, 6yra (McUonoobie) 0 •SltlaD Stahd Hahmoap, of 60 aovs j one mile and a quntver. Erln-go-bragh * Wakatlpu (■ Alpine Rose ... •**'
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SECOND DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 10 May 1889
SECOND DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 10 May 1889
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