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COURSING CLUB.

The following is the draw for the meeting on Wednesday of the Ashburton Coursing Club, which is to be held at Winchmore,-the .dogs to be m the slips at the WinchmoreHomestead at nine a.m.:— All-Aged Stakes, of seventeen dogs. First dog £20, and trophy of five guineas added ; runner-up, £10 ; third dog, £5. Mr J. Sewell's blk and w d Harpenden (Oakfield —Glucina) meets Mr A. Hamill's blk b Pride of Erin (Bolero—Maid of Erin). Mr G. Cone's blk and w d Magic II (Magic—Nelly) meets Mr W. Breckon's blk d Lord Onslow (Bolero —Maid of Erin.) Mr W. Patching's r d Flying Spur (Forest Lad—Ruby) meets Mr T. Alexander's blk d Silver Prince (Silvermark —Highland Princess.) Mr W. Patching'^ r b Forest Queen (Forest Lad—Ruby) meets Mr Harley's blk d Smoko (Smuggler—Como.) Mr T. Alexander's f and w d Ivanhoe (Horse Marine—Solitude) meets Mr J. McCann's br b Aimee (Brewer —Flirt.) Mr W. Breckon's blk d Bishop Julius (Bolero —Black Bess) meets Mr D. Mahoney's r d Titan (Tit Bit—Daisy.) Mr D. Mahoney's br arid w b Zara (Smoker —Louise) meets Mr H. Lees' f b Yorkshire Lass (Forest Lad—Tell Tale II.) Mr J. Holland's f d Plato 11. (Salamander —Fly) meets Mr T. Alexander's blk and w b Farewell (Old Acquaintance—Bonny Scotland.) Mr G. Cone's blk ana w d Strike Light— a bye. Sapling Stakes, of eight dogs. First dog, £6 6s ; runner up, £2 2s. Mr A. Hamill's r b Subscription (Forest Lad—Tell Tale II.) meets Mr M. Taylor's (Obstacle —Symphony.) Mr W. Patching's blk and w b Jubilee (Ringwood—NtfName) meets Mr J. Duncan's blk and w d John L. (Three Springs— Minnie.) Mr R. Duncan's ns blk and vr b Matai Red Pine—Whiff) meets Mr T. Alexander's f d J. L. Sullivan (Spring—Fly.) Mr J. Lewis's blk and w d Sou'wester (Ringwood—Seabreeze) meets Mr H. Lee's blk and w b Countess (Forest Lad—Tell ! Tale II.)

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COURSING CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2501, 26 August 1890

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COURSING CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2501, 26 August 1890

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