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SPORTING.

j C.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING, i SECOND DAY. \ [per press association.] Christohubch, April 8. Following are the results of the remainder of yesterday's events. • ; Selling Race, a sweep of 2 soys each* ; with 100 soys added ; second 15 soys J " fo* two-year-olds and. upwards. S x furlongs. , c • Red Ensign, Bst 81b 1 Red Cross, Bst 101b 2 ■ Vanity, 6st 12'lb ... ... 3 Leinster Bst 121b, Ben Trovato Bst (carried Bst 21b), also started. Won, wjth something to spare, by a length and a^half. Totalisator, inside, £2 8s 6d; outside, £2 12s 6d Time—lmin 17sec. The Easter Stakes, a handicap sweep- ' stakes of 3 soys each, with 150 soys 5 added; for three-year-olds and up- ■ wards ; second horse 20, soys. One mile. - Helmsman, 6st 1 •: Alcinous, Bst 61b 2 , Alsace, 6st 91b 3 Dudu, 9st 71b 0 Ruby, Bst 21b 0 : Rose Argent 0 Won by a short neck, a head between second and third, Dudu and Ruby two lengths away, Rose Argent last. Time — lmin 42|sec. Totalisator, inside, £9 4s ; outside,;£9-os6d. Consolation Handicap of 50 soys. One mile. Yarra, 6st 41b 1 Alcinous, Bst 91b 2 Ruby, Bst 3 St James 7st 41b, Sir Julius 6st 111b, also ran. Dividends, inside, £1112s 6d ; outside £8 9s.

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890

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