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C.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING.

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Christohcbch, April 7- \ The w<iather wasrduir^fbr.We&^r.C. Autumn Meeting, but noraih-Hatt Jlilleri and the course was in 2 good order. The, attendance was gopd,,.bufc . .startang;, bad. The Champagne was spotted on account of a bad start. '

CHRISTCItUBCH HtJEPUSS, Of 100 80VS J second, 15'sbVs/ Two miles. 93 L. Markey's blk g Little Arthur, 6yrs,, 9st3lb ... ... (Walls) 1 170 J. Meikle's Cathedrals aged,. 9sfc 121b .... ... .'.V,"... (Hobbs) 2 177 D. Rutherford's b h Ahua, aged, • 13stt .... .A ' \ ... (Lunn) 3 66 P. J. Henley's eh g Royalty, aged, , 9st (car 9st 41b) ... (R. Kingan) 0 | At Curbs', Cathedral got a bit nearer to Little Arthur, and Ahua ran into third place. This order was maintained toltho finish, little Arthur Winning easily- by six lengths, the same distance second and third. Time, 4miiw Bsiedfl. Dividend*—£4 14s 6dand £5 6d;?i,ttj Tbmpleton Stakes, of WO boys ;; second,

15 sovb. One mile.? ,r,» v ?ft 68 J. Eiarris' eh g Lord Aston. 3yra, Bst ... ... .... (McGiath) L.i 121 A. L: Popham'fl'bVnVAlcin'buß, ', 4yrs, 9sfc. , '... ; ... (Brown) 2 68 J. Harris'-'ch m B«i Ensign, Syrs, 7stVlb .... , is-7 ;;-*....Qpjby) .3 , 203 Ruby, M (White) 0; 106iLeinater, 7st 51b (Kay) 0; .56 Loo, 7st (Buddicombe) i 0; 105 Red Cross, 6et 71b (Ring»n) 0, also starred. Lord Aston got, tifie best of a fair start and was never headed,;winning ;■ very easily from-Akinou* by;■» couple of lengths, Red Ensign, the same distance ' away, third. Time, lm n 43^sees; -Dividends—JJl2s 18s and £i7/13s 6&4 J. Gebat Aotumn* Stakes,? ofj $0 sovb. : ; l|mile. 259 H. Lunn'a br c Merrie England, , 3yra, Ost'llb :...^^.3.. (White) 1^ 542 E. Cutts 1 b m Dudu, syrs, 9st 81b ■ •■..'- ---;: ;:•?■■•" iV ' (Matthews) 2---; 47 D. Ci'Brien's b oHeimsminll3yrs, ;,. 6st. u (W.Holmeß) 3 150 Rose Argent; Bst (Brown) ojf 68 > Wolverine, , 7st 101b (Holmes) 0; 128 v St. Jameß, 7st 61b. (Buddicombe) 0; 61 Alsace, 7i3t (Wisby) 0, also started. At the fall of the flag Alsace was the quickest away, followed, by Helmsman, Wplyerine ! and St. James.; c At the back of^h'ecojitoe ■ the same order was mainteined ,with |tiie exception that Rose Argent began to tail off. At Lhe turn into the straight Dudu ran up to the leaders and 'Alsafeo^retteßd.^' Once intt^ the straighVWhite brought' 'up , Merrie England, and almost having Dudu in troubles won comfortably by & lengthy c : Helmsmnn,2 lengths.away 3rd, W-olverine fourth, St. James fifth. '' Timei '• taan : 38^secs. Dividends—£3 18s 6d..and £4 >; 14s.'*'', ',- fyt''>}'.if V'CJ'l^3. "'v' ' S Champa(jne Stakes, of 10 soys' with' 300

boys ndded, for twpryear-olds.' ,^ r Six. furlongs. ' „V,., „""; .^, ' 246 G. <r. Stead's eh o Medallion, Bat-

101b ... .... - ... (Brown),} 1 1 367 W. R. Wilson's be Pygmalion; M* 1101b... V ... :' iii (Ma^ewfin 2 94D. O'Brien's be;Freedom,.Set;, 101b ... «... ..."JWhite) "» 143 Thackeray, Bat 101b. (Holmes) 0; 76 Moraine, Bst 101b (Boyle) 0, also started. Mr Campbell dropped the, flag to a wretched start, Medallion getting away in J'ront, followed by Freedom and ' Pygmalion at intervals,; with Thackeray and Moraine last, arid at the top of the straight. Pygmalion who'had been eight lengths the leader when the field i , got into" bheir strides, began to go up. At the distance he caught Medallion, bufc the latter had the, most left in him and won comfortably by a length. Time, lmin 15iisecs.' :Dividenda-~£3 -tts and £3 11s.' -■ •— • ■ --■ •«•• _,

Epsom Welter,-of 100 sots; second. ;. "- ■ 15 soya; l£ mile. 84 P. Butler's b c Leinßter, 3f» - BstVlb , (Hotaaeu) t 143 H. Lunn's b g Count D'Orsay syrs, 9st ... ... (McCracken) 2 57 P. <J. Henley's, eh m Tana, Brt^ 31b ... ... ...<Mcan&hH3 58 Kimberle'y, 9sfe 21b (H. JacksbnX 42 Secures, 9fet 91b (Clark), 35 Sir Julius, 9st (Waits), 70 Enchantress, Bst 121b (Matthews), ;> 99 Catamount,; Bet, 25 Harkaway, 7sfc 71b, 114 Preston, 7at 71b @ay) also started. A fair; aburt-aiiw Kimberley and Count D'Orsay fin*'away, and the;?, attended by Preston and Securus, ran in front for a mile. Once in the straight, however, Leinster began to , go'through, and getting his nosc> uv front opposite the staHd' won all out by 1J leiigth. Time, 2mins 42secs. Bividends ~£7 18s 6d and £713s 6d.

Russia y Stakes, of 100 soys ; second 15 soys ; for. maiden twb-year-oldfc ; - 5 furlongs, . :, "n / 322 D. O'Brien's eh c Town Moor, Set

.. •;.. . ./(White)"! 11, P. Mutler'kiJ b i Lady Maty ,7sfc (Ray) 2 14 W, C., Webb's, brf Vanity, 7at / f , 's (Thbmaa) 3 X 22Ch;vtfiekl, Bst 71b (McCnwke*), 23 Egalite", Sst 71b (McGrathX 10 Diadem, Bst 51b (Holmes), 71 liquidation,Jfet 61b (Bro^n),: 147 CarreowlQi Bafc Ety (B^yleX 26 Burlesque, Befe' 61b. (Levy)," 64 Ben. Trovato, ?& 21b fP; Buddicombe)r?3 BichJ^e, 7?*<;2!b (Wwby) vaboVstarte* Another ' wretched start saw * Lady Mao first away, closely followed by Vanity, Richlftke/i,: ; ajrid Town ;Mooi; iJflie .rest straggling ont in Indian file, t lacjy Mab leA into the straight and'Ao the distance, but ToW.MoorJcdnaJng with a rush got up and won cleverly by a length. Time, Imin3secs; Dividends—£2l4s and £2 2s.

Posts liJtakes, of 60 sots, was won by IJarka^ay, beawig Loo and others.

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C.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890

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C.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890

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