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COURSING.

The coursing me.ting was oonoluded on 1 Thursday with the following results : — Li.OHMOR STAKEB. 11l Forest Queen beat Doctor. Forest Lass a bya Final. Mr P-tohlng's Forest Qoean v Mr 7 Mllner's Forest Lacs divided. | Third rouud, — Forest Queen led Dootor by eight lengths and won very easily. I Forest Lass was entitled to a bye, but previous to running It bar owner agreed to divide the stake with Furest Queen* Half-holiday Stakes. H. Flying Spur baat Seoretiry* Se_breez3 beat Cleveland Lass. Yorkshire Lass, a bye. 111. Yorkshire Lsss beat Flying Spur. Seabree za a bye. ' Final. Mr Lee's Yorkshire Lass aad Mr Lewis' Seabreeze divided. Second Round. — Fiy'ng Spur led and outworked Seoretary. Cleveland Ltss and Seabreez) rau a long and exciting oourae, whioh the latter won by a email majority. Yorkshire L.ss ran a bye. Third Round. — Yorkshire Lass was a length faster than Flying Spur to tbe hare, and kept the advantage thus gained throughout a very even course. Yorkshire Lass aod Sjabreea. then divided without the latter running the bye. It Is intended to hold another meeting m about a month, with stakes of sufficient value to attraot competitors from a distance. I

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COURSING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2149, 15 June 1889

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COURSING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2149, 15 June 1889

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