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CHRISTCHURCH HUNT CLUB.

Nominations for the Ohxistchujch Hunt Club Steeplechase Meeting 1, taking place on the 26th inst., have been receiveii as follows: — Hunters' Hurdle Race, 30 soys. One mile and a half.-—Why 5 Not, Garry Owen, Preston, Enterprise, Ca:nera, Trimolite, Lyndoora (late Emily), Iroquois, Victor, Young Guy,, .Donnybrook. Hunt Club Steeplechase, 50 soys. About two milsß,;md a,:half. —Why Not, Encore, Enterprise,Donnybrook, Trooper, Picton, Morok. Open Steeplechase, 100 soys. About three miles.—Daddy Lonsjlegs, Squib, Darnley, Ahua, Landsborough, The Donkey, Sir Modred, Victor, Sir Garnet, Giadiuk' ''' .-■■:;■■■ ;ri: Open Hurdle Race Handicap, 60 soya. Once round and a distance. — Jacob, D.imlcy, Leonardo, The Spy, Erin-no-bragh< , A.hua, • Landsborough, Ixion, Trimolitej .Little Arthur, Romulus. Tally-hp Plate Stbeplechask,3Q.hovs. About two miles. —Why ,Not, Industry, Pippin, The Monk, Bachelor, Enterprise, "Donnybrook, Wrangler. Ladifs' Bracelet: bracelet value 25 soys. Once round and a distance. —Miss Kimbell's Jezebel, Miss Rhodes'- Scamp, Miss Inwood's "Fidelia,- Miss Saunders' Wransler, Miss McCallum's Launcelot, "Miss Kelly's Rob Roy.

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CHRISTCHURCH HUNT CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2466, 14 July 1890

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CHRISTCHURCH HUNT CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2466, 14 July 1890

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