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HGRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECAASE MEETING.

The following fiuAl payments for the Grand National Steeplechase and Maiden Steeplechase, and acceptances for the Hunters' Hurdle Race, were daolared oa Saturday evening : — New Zealand Gbakd National Steeplboaasc Handicap, of 400 aovs ; aeo'ond horae to reoeive 50 bovb, and the third horse 25 sove oat of the stake. The winner of any steeplechase of the advertised value of 50 soys after the declaration of the weights 51b $of 100. : soys, 71b ; of two or more such raoea or one of 200 bovsj 101 b extra. About four miles. at lbl it lb, Chemist ... 12 7 I Presto ... 912 Irißh King ... 12 1 Daddy LongOrient ... 11 8 legs ... 912 Torrent ... 11 5 Panic (inol. Ahua ...11 5 71b penalty) 912 Orangeman 10 5 Gunpowder 910 Secretary ... 10 0 Louis ... 9 5 Monteagle... 9 12 Waitangi ... 9 5 Hunters' Hubdlb Handicap, of 75 ■on. Two m*les. et lb st lb Maligner ... 12 10 Tramp ... 10 7 Renben ... 12 5 411 Fours ..« 10 7 Squib ...12 0 Southern Doubtful .. 11 7 Chief .„ 10 7 Little Arthur 10 VA Bachelor . ... 9 7 . Hollywood.... 10 12 Rex ... ... 9 0 Ivanhoe ... 10 12 Siramphen 9 0 Maiden Steeplechase, of 100 soys. Two miles. Daddy Longlegs Torrent yqulb CEiipus The Mount Playboy ;< Louis Monteagle

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HGRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECAASE MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2173, 15 July 1889

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