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GRAND NATIONAL MEETING.! [per press association] [To be run on July 24th.] ; The following acceptances and general entries were made at the C.J.C. rooms on Saturday night:— Hunters' Hurdle Back Handicap.; Camera Romulus Victor • Preston- ' ; Waipapa . Why Not- ' . Clifton . Garry Owen, , Taumutu ' Donnybrook ; „ Maiden Steeplechase ■, ; ■ „ Trooper I Donnybrdok: : Darnley Preston. '■'"";.,,. j Sir Maurice Why Nbfe ' The Mount Ahua . ' Enterprise r-Bloodoucker Ladies' Bracelet. ; Mrs Grigg's Zuleika, ( Mrs G. G. Stead's Leonardo „, Miss Hamilton's Silver Pine Miss Boyle's Chelsea Mrs Spring's Breedalbane ' Mrs Claridge's Fidelia Mrs D. Rutherford's Chain Shot The Njsw Zealand Gkan» Naiio:nai< Steeplechase Handlgap, of 400 aovs ; second hoise to receive 60 sovs, and third horse 25 sovs out of the stake. sfc 1b st, 1b Ahtia ... ... 12 0 Little Arthur 9 10 Sir Garnet... 10 7 Daddy Long- ;! Squib 10 3 legs... ... 0 7 Darnley ... 10 2 The Donkey 9 7 Landsboro' 10 0 Enterprise... 9 7 Gladius ... 910 Grand National Hurdle Race Handicap, of 300 sovs; second horse to receive 40 sovs, and the third horse 20 sovb out of the stake. st lb st 1b Ixion 10 9 Harkaway... 0 9 Erin-go-braghlO 0 Romulus ... 9 7 Little Arthur 10 0 Trimolite ... 9 5 The Spy ... 911 The Dream 9 0 Leonardo ... 9 9 Iroquois ... 9 0 Jacob 9 9

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CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890

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CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890

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