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! W.R.C. WINTER MEETING. [jpER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Wellington, July 14. The Wellington Racing Club winter I meeting was held to-day. The weather was fine but cold and the attendance good. t r- Trial Steeplechase. Asper 1 Sir Maurice 2 The Donkey 3 Four others ran. Allegretto and Crawler fell. Won easily. Time, 4min 41secs. Dividend, £5 ss. Hurdles. Raven... ... ... ... 1 Nap ... ... 2 Gladius ... 3 Six others ran. Raven, the favorite, held a good position throughout, winning by a couple of lengths. Time, 3min 55|secs. Dividend, £3 9s; Wellington Steeplechase. Orient... .... 1 Sir Maurice ... , ... ... 2 Doctor ... ... ... -3 Darnley, Gladius, Gasparini, Waipapi, and The Donkey also ran. Darnley, Gladius, The Donkey, and Gasparini fell, the latter breaking his thigh, and will be destroyed. Waipapi led for two miles, when Orient passed him, the latter winning easily by six lengths. Dividend, £3 18s^ '

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SPORTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890

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SPORTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890

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