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" RECONNOITRER'S" TIPS.

The Autumn Meeting of the Ashburton Racing Club, which takes place to-morrow and Thursday, promises to be in a facing sense one of the most interesting that has ever Tbeen held here. The Handicapper, Mr J. Cresswell, has evidently been most successful in satisfying owners with his adjustment of weights, as only seven of the thirty-nine entered for the first day's handicaps have declined to accept, though t** these atleasfctwo were favorites for their respective engagements. The Novel Race and the Longbeach Stakes have; filled well, there being seventeen in the former and nine in the latter. The task of selecting winners ; is a difficult one where the horses are so well matched, and it is with some diffidence that the following are suggested as probable winners on the £rst day of the races —that is to-morrow:

Hurdle Race

Little Arthur * LONGBEACH PLATE Road Metal; . Autumn Handicap Yarra. . "

Novel Race Jack IIDISTKICT WELTEIt HANDICAP

Pennine i,' • Fj^ing Handicap Alcinous.

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" RECONNOITRER'S" TIPS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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" RECONNOITRER'S" TIPS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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