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[from our special correspondent.] „ Oeari, September $»"" SECOND DAY. Weather and attendance good. Hurd:m?s, 36 sews ; l^mile. Romulus, lOst 101 b ... (Kingan) 1 Erin-go-Bragh, lOst 121 b ... (Sheenan) 2 Time—3min 2sec. Dividend—£l 2s. Novel Race, 40 soys ; six furlongs. Inez (White) 1 Goldfinch (Ray) 2 Doubtful (McConochie) 3 Nine ran. Gooa race. Time—lmin 19secs. \ Dividend~-£2 17s. Geraldine Racing Club Handicap, ' 60 soys; one mile. Bay King, 7st 21b (Ray) 1 St. Malo, Bst 101 b ... (Mathews) 2 Chudleigh, Bst 71b ... (Derrett; 3 Prime Warden was scratched. Won m a canter. Time—lmin 46£secs. Dividend— £1 Bs. District Handicap, of 35 soys. One mile. Martha, Bst 21b ... (Butterworth) 1 Mailboy, 7st3lb ... ...(Thomas) 2 Jack, BstlOlb... ... ... (White) 3 Seven ran. Won by three lengths. Time—lmin 49secs. Dividend-~£6 18s. Handicap Trot, of 30 soys. Two miles. Calista, scratch (C. Harold) 1 Grace Darling, 40sec... (W. Mitchell) 2 Guardsman, 35sec ... (Wederell) 3 Twelve started. Won easily. Timeone mile, 2min 37sec ; two miles, smin 24sec, both being the record for New Zealand. Dividend—£2 10s. Welter Handicap, of 40sovs. Seven furlongs. ! Dragon, Bstlolb ... ... (Derrett) 1 Breadalbane, 9sfc ... ... (Brown) 2 Liberator, 9st 51b... ... (Fox) 3 Eight started. Won by two lengths. Time—2min 32sec. Dividend—£3, Hack Rack, of 15 soys. Weight Bst 71b. Five furlongs. Mailboy (Derrett) 1 Lady Darling (F. Kingan) 2 Duchess of Albany (Allen) 3 Won by two lengths. Time—2min I ssec. Dividend—£3 10s.

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SPORTING, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890

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SPORTING Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890

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