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COURSING.

The second coursing meeting of the season took place yesterday over Mr W. H. Rule's farm, Pendarves. The weather was favorable, but there was not a large attendance. Hares were scarce but strong, and most of the courses were long and closely contested, a very noticeable feature being the defeats of dogs whose strong point is speed by those having better staying powers. Darkness coining on while the deciding course of the Puppy Stake was still to run, the owners of the two left m agreed to divide. Mr R. Duncan was an efficient judge. "Following are the results :— All- Aged Stakes ; two subs. ; winner £4. Mr A. Lee's f b Yorkshire Lass, by Forest Lad—Tell Tale 11., beat Mr W. Patching's r d Flying Spur, by Forest Lad—Ruby. Puppy Stakes, :ll subs. ; winner, £7; runner up, £3 ; third dog, £1. j Mr G. McGeorge ns bel b Aimee, by The Brewer —Flirt, beat Mr A. Hamill's bk b Kentish Belle, by Bolero—Maid of Erin. Mr J. Espey's blk w b Maid of Erin, by Forest Lad—Tell Tale 11., beat Mr W. Fox's bd b Promise, by Te Kdoti— Lily. Mr T. Alexander's bk w b Farewell, by Old Acquaintance—Bonnie Scotland, beat Mr W. Breckon's bk b Lady Onslow, by Bolero—Maid of Erin. ; Mr J. Espey's r d Lincoln, by Forest j Lad—Tell Tale 11., beat Mr W. Breckon's bk d Lord Onslow, by Bolero-^Maid of Erin. Mr A. Hamill's bk b Pride of Erin, by Bolero—Maid of Erin, beat Mr T. Alexander's bk w d New Acquaintance, by Old Acquaintance—Bonnie Scotland. Mr C. Adkm's f b Sterling Maid, by Sterling—Symphony a bye. h. ! Maid of Erin beat Aimee, Farewell beat Lincoln, Pride of. Erin beat Sterling Maid. 111. Farewell beat Maid of Erin. Pride of Erin a bye. Final. Farewell and Pride of Erin divided. J

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COURSING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2457, 3 July 1890

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COURSING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2457, 3 July 1890

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