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SPORTING.

. . ♦ \ ABHBURTON RAGING CLUB'S I AUTUMN MBBTINQ.

The following is the oono'nsion of oar i report of yesterday's events ;— 1 Grakd Stand Handicap, of 60 boys ; one mile and » quarter. ' 24 Mr W. Russell's gr g Erin-go-bragh, syrs, 83t ... (YTcGrath) 1. : »51- Mr H. Luun'a br h Wakatipa, I 4yrs, 7at ... (ttay) 2 26 Mr J. Buggey'n br g Alpine Rose, 6yra 7*t4'b ... (MoOraoken) 3 95 Mr F. Paneti's b g H'aoapade, syrs, 7atl2ib (Leeson) 0 114 Mr P. Butler's b f AdalatioD, 3yrs, 7at 12lb (carried Bit lib) (Derritt) 0 34 Mr T. Kearney's br h Torrent, syra, 7et 4lb ... Buddicombe) 0 22 Mr J. Youngjs br h fciir Julius, 4yra, 6at 7lb (Wisby) 0 12 MrJ. MoKellar'sch f^Yarra, 3yrs, Qif , (Prioe) 0 ; After Alpine Rose bad done a mile and a half on 'his own account the lot were sent away well together. Escapade was 1 the first to shoir In front aud ran just dear of Adalatlon for two farlonga, Erlo-go-bragh being the next. Here Adalatlon anddonly oollapsed, end Alpine Rose went ap to the loader and Torrent ran Into fourth pUoe. At tbe half mile post Escapade retired, and Alpioe Rose bad the lead, Erln-go-bragh now began to move up, and getting on terms at tue distance won by » length irom Wakatipa who paised Alpine Roaa In tbe ralla Time, 2mln 16aeo«— Dividend, £14 3s Handicap Tims Trot ;20 uovs. Three miles. 69 Mr W. McKay's br m Semolina", syrs, lOaeos (Owner) 1 38 Mr 0. Hammond's b g Jumbo, 6yra, scr ... ... (Owner) 2 2 Mr N. Price's br g Willy JKeilly, aged, 30 Bees ... ... (Lewis) 3 7 Minnie 2Oseco, 1 Star of Honor 20 sees, 28 Killarney 30aeos, 2 Blair Athol 3086C8, 6 Taipo 40aeca, 15 Westleigh , 40seoa, 13 Bhamrook 40aeca, 3 Tommy G 50flecs, also started. Semolina had gained the lead before the firat round had been accomplished, ultimately winning by about a hundred yards from Jumbo— Time, 9min 28aeo— Dividend, £2 13s. Opkn Walter Handicap, of 35 eova. One milo. 40 Mr W. Russell's gr g Eria-go- a bragh, syra, list 7>b (Sbeenan) 1 40 Messrs M. and O. Hobba' b X ' Qaibble, aged, lOst 7ib (O. Hobbs) 2 9 Mr T. Kearney's b h Torrent, Byrs, list „, .„ (Owner) 8 14 Mr A. L Popham's br o Alcinouß, 3yr B . 9at 71b (Bishop) 0 54 Mr J. Harris' oh m Bed Enßign, 4yrß,9at2lb (McGtath) 0 Bed JBnsign was the first to show m front, and led to the top turn, with Alclnous close behind, Qaibble last. At the top turn Erin go-bragh began to go up to the leaders, and getting the best of the i ace from the dlstatce won comfort ably by a length f rom Quibble, who best ! Tprrent by a neck for second plape— Time, Imin 50a3O~Dividend, £3 3u / Bai.vkbt BAKDiCiP, 25'bovb; three qaar'eis'of n mile 44 Mr J,. 0. N. Gk'g'a bik or gm Ap»r!m>, 4yra, 7it (Buddioombe) 1 60 Mr M SoJtt's 0^ g .Pennine, 3yrt Bst' Ipb ... . ... (¥cGrkth) 2 |4 M!r J. j^oDonftVi'j blk'o B^r.nookbun.-, 3yi»,9,it ■ ... '(Leeaon) 3 7§,McS. Alexander's oh g J), übtful p. i gb.., lf ,(WlmF) °. 19 Mr W Ra«8ell»fl b B .Sw»mnheß *«t.flld i,i v: (Haxt.ble) Q 6yr B| « " ' * Vaada.Byrßj 5 Mr A. MoLeod's o u» «* B.tlolb (B»mber> v 5 Mr W, Blehop'B oh g The Vtoor, syra,Bßtlolb (Walls) 0 4 Mr J. Ootblti'a b f Inohkeltb, 3yrr, jit 7ib ... (McGonochle 0 7 Mt A. J. Kelly'a b g Eolipae, » R ed, 7it4lb (Wlaby) 0 5 Mr J. K. Oorrljan'B b f Rose of I Cheviot, 3yrn, 7at ... (Burns) 0 4 Mr D. McKendry'a br g Glenrowan, 4yre, 7-*t ... (1. Price; 0 Apirima led from start to fiaiab, and won oomfortably by a leegtb,' a neck separating second and third. — Dividend, £5. Nearly £3000 wai put through the totallaator during the meeting.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 11 May 1889, Incorrect date

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 11 May 1889, Incorrect date

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