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CHRISTCHURCH TRAINING NOTES

(I'EK, PRESS ASSOCIATION.)

Christchukch, April 2. The approaching Autumn meeting is occasioning some interest in the work at Kfccarton. This morning Pygmalion beat Richlake very easily over six furlongs. Dudu and Helmsman galloped two miles, and were joined by AlsaGe during the last half of the journey, AH moved well. Thackeray cantered a milo and a quarter, and showed a lot of temper. Ruby traversed two miles at half pace. Merrie England covered two miles fast, moving in capital style. This horse, who is in great nick, is much fancied for the Handicap on Monday. Tiio ofchpr work done was not important. Rose Argent «id Medallion are reported to be doing good woyk at Yaldhurst.

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CHRISTCHURCH TRAINING NOTES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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CHRISTCHURCH TRAINING NOTES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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