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SOUTH OANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB.

(FIB FBEfIB ABSUQUriair.) Timabu, September V. The following are the acceptances for the first day's handicaps at the South Canterbury Jookey Club's Spring Meeting :— Timaru Hurdl* Raoe. Two miton, st lb «t lb tfreeto ,„ 10 9 Waitangi ... 9 7 Louts... ... 10 5 Playboy ... 9 0 Squib ... ... 912 Hollywood 8 9 Gtvia ... ... 910 College Boy 8 7 Coumty F^a. v ' One mjle, St lb at lb Rir Julius ... 9 0 Morat , M ... 7 7 Doubtful „. 710 Zealot... „, % 3 Meada „, 7 8 Boad Metal 6 7 Oymaro ■„. 7 7 Huntbbs' Hubdlb Raob. One mile and a half. st lb st lb Squib 12 6 Doubtful ... 10 0 Tramp ... 11 2 Swamphen... 912 Woireka ... 10 12 All Fours ... 9 0 Hollywood... 10 10 Garry Owon 9 7 Wire-in ... 10 7 Sankoy ... 9 6 Mpada ... 10 § | Splodger „. ft 6 W^ltjsb Handicap. Seven furlongs. st lb st lb Mikado ... 10 5 Cymaro ... 810 St Malo ... 10 0 Murat ... 810 Alcinous ... 9 7 Prima Donna S 7 Little Bharn- Loo' 8 2 r00k.., ... 9 3 Road Me^.l 8 Q President's 'Handjoai*. One mil? and a quarter, st lb st lb Wolverine .,. 8 10 St Malo ... 7 0 Lorraine ... 8 0 Sir Julius ... 612 St Jomes ... 7 12 Le Temps... 6 7 Quibble ... 7 9 Little bham■vvatcauptf '..1 7. | rook ••■ 6 2 Mikado ... 7 i> | HANDioAr Tbot. Three miles. Jimmy .. lOsec Guardsman... 50seo Marengo ... 25seo Glanoer .„ 55seo Krippel ... $Bseo £da ... ... fjOieo Ossian ... ... 45sio

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SOUTH OANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2221, 9 September 1889

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