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C.J.C. GRAND NATIONAL.

The following acceptances, final payments and nominations were made on Saturday night:— Hunteks' Hurdle Race Handicap, of 60 soys.

I The New Zealand Grand National Steeplechase Handicap, of 400 soys.

I Grand National Hurdle Race Handicap, of 300 soys.

Maiden Steeplechase, of 75 soys. Why Not ' Ahuft Darnley * Bloodsucker Sir Maurice Enterprise The Mount Donnybrook Trooper * ■ Welter Handicap Flat Race, of 75 soys. Catamount Fitznigel Chelsea Harkaway Count d'Orsay Yon Tempsky Dragon Fidelia Final Handicap Steeplechase, of 100 soys. Sir Maurice Donnybreok Clifton Enterprise Trimolite Victor

Alma Squib ... Darnley ... Little Arthur st lb j st 1b 12 0 Daddy Long--10 3 legs ... 9 7 10 2 Enterprise... 9 7 9 10 I

Garry Owon Victor Waipapa ... Jlifton, ... st 11 11 11 11 lb st 7 Preston ..." 11 3 Camera ... 10 0 Whynot ... 10 0 Donnybrook 10 lb 0 0 0 0

■ st lb ■. •, - Bt: Ixion ... 10 9 Harkaway... 9 Erin-go-Bra'h 10 0 Romulus •■.-.-. • 9 Little Arthur 10 0 Trimolite ... 9 Leonardo... 9 9 Iroquois ... 9 lb 9 7 5 0

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C.J.C. GRAND NATIONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2470, 21 July 1890

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C.J.C. GRAND NATIONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2470, 21 July 1890

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