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SPORTING.

"ashburton;, RAbiN&^cLUB. •''; ■' -' •• AUTUMN MEETl!^fe; '• -•! President—E. G. Wright. ,Vice-Presi- '" 'deiit-^Tohri <i::-/. -liml'.'.: Mi-Hu-w Stitt. Stewar.: <". W. Puin.il, 1.. G. Crisp, W. B. Denshire, Hugo Fried- j > lander,-J, C.;N:i Grigg,',T. .Leahiy,; W. | Lyttelton, E. Saunders, M. Stittj and | , D. Thomas. Treasurer —David Thomas. 1 Clerk of Scales—R. FriedlanderJ Clerk of Course—A. Hewson. Handi- ■ capper—J. Creswell. Starter—David , Tliomas. Secretary—G. Bisset. j Second Day. ;

Disposal Stakes, of 30 soys. The wjnner ' tb;be sold immediately after the^race, the whole of the proceeds to to the funds of the Club. Weight, Bst, any.over-weight to be, declared. Three quarters pf a ;mile.'«/. '' r 121 Messrs Ms -and "C- Hobbs'< b' c Collingwood, 3yrs, ... (Brown) 1 13 Mr T. Daly's b m Lady Darling, 6yrs ,- (F.liing^n) 2 49 Mr F. N. Blacks eh ( m puchess of Albany, a'geS,' 6|lb over (Cox) 3 ,59 Mr M. Scott's eh m Goldfinch, I aged; (Ray) 0 31 Mr C. Harold's gr m Hetty, 4yrs (White) 0 18 Mr W. H. Paget's b m Brunette, aged (Leespn) 0 i 16 Mr T. Holroyd's b g Wire-In, aged ... ' ... ... (Tozer) 0 7"Mr .X. M. Reid's br g Cymaro, aged (Bamßer) 0 7 Mr A. James' blk g Outlaw, 4yrs, 41bs over ..; ... (Holmes) 0 1 Mr S. Esler's b g Jock, aged (Price) 0 There was a big field for this flutter, and they took some time to get marfehalled and away.' When they did go Goldfinch jumped off in front, with Collingwood close behind her. The field ran in a bunch with the above exceptions for the first quarter, but at'the bend strving out a little, and Wire-In ran off, the 'course; In the run home Collingwood came through his horses and got well iii front of Goldfinch, who was also passed by Lady' Darling and Duchess of Albany, The two came home hi this order, Collingwood two lengths in front of Lady Darling,' who .was separated from the Duchess by half a length with Goldfinch close up. Time—lrnin 18secs. Dividend —£2 7s. ' : Mr Thomas sold the winner at auction for £31 to Dr Tweed. ; Open Welter. Handicap, of 35 soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. The winner of the Grand Stand Handicap to carry lOlbs i penalty. One mile. ■ ■ 91 Mr P. Butler's be Leinster, 3jts, 9sfc3lb (HoJhies) !■' 79 Mr P. J. Henley's eh ra • Yarra, '"* syrs, lOst 81b (including lOlbs. „. penalty) (Kingan). 2 59 Mr T. Sheenan's eh g Preston, 3yrfi, -" ''' ' ; Bst .:. iV ,; (Ray) 3 48 'Messrs .?B# and C. Hobbs'; b s : "' Quibble, %ed, Bst 121b (Jackson) 0 A fair starfc, of which Preston;had the best and kept for fully half a mile, Yarra lying second, with Leinster third. , Into the. straight, j Lejinster,f racing gamely, forged in front, passea Yarra, t and led home a winner by four lengths, Yarra v being a, length to the good of Preston. Time,. Irhin46secs. Dividend—£2 14s. Harvest Handicap, of 25 soys •; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District horses only, i Three- "■ ' • quarters of a mile, t 196 Mr W. Russell's grf Red Orbs?, f ,;: 3yrs, SstlOlb (B^o^n) ;l5 47 Messrs M. and C. Hobbs'; b" c RoadMetal,3yrs,Bst9lb (Jackson) *2 38 Mr H. Lambert's eh f Loo, 3yrs, 7stlllb '(Leeson) 3 15 Mr A. Frisby's b g Jack,; aged 9st2lb (White) 0 17 Mr J. C. N. Grigg'sblk m Apairima, Qyns,.7s,t4lb, ... ... (Y;oung) 0 < 4 M.v % H / Lukies' eh m Jenny Lynn, aged, 6st 101b ... (Price) 0 Red Cross and Loo got firpt away, j Aparima having been left at the post for.j»J moment, and so lost a length or two. At the half mile, however, Aparima had got on terms with the others and led' into the straight. Here her bojt was shot and she fell back beaten. Red Cross was now leading with Road Metal at her haunches, and Loo close up. Red Cross had it all her own way from this point forward, andwon easily by half a length, Time, Imih* 16sgcs. Dividend —£1 9s. GONSOLATION HANDICAP, of 25 SOYS ', second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. Nomination, 1 soy, to be made to the Secretary immediately after the v .Harvest/Handicap is run ; acceptance, fr,ee, "fiy.e minutes after the weights, haye been posted. Seven furlongs.' 140 MrW, C. Webb sch h Ruby, a yrs, Bstl2lb (White) 1 38 Mr H. Coulter's eh m Martha, 4 yrs, 6stßlb (Kingan) 2 22 Mr T. Sheenan's eh g Preston, 3 , yrs, 6st6lb {Ray) 3 Martha made the running until three furlongs from home, where Rutjy ran up and won in a ganter by a neck. Time, lmin 3"Qsecs: Divided—£l ss. •'

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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