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RAKAIA : ANNUAL SPORTS &. RACES. (Approved by Canterbury Jockey Club and New Zealand Trotting Association.) To be held in the Domain, on BOXING DAY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26th, 1890. President—D. G. Holmes. Vice-presidents —T. E. Upton, E. S. Coster, W. L. Allan, and SV. M. Lyttelton. Judge—W; <..M. Lyfctelton. Starter of - Horse Races—T. E. Upton. Clerk of the Course—R. Kemp. Clerk of the Scales—T. Dowliug, Judges of Athletics—W. L. Allan, E. H, Hughes, aud J. Kemp. Starters of Athletics—C. A. C. Hardy, aud R. Story. Treasurer—W. B. Dixon. Secretary — L. Oxley. Stewards—C. A. C. Hardy, H. Primmer, J. Kemp, A. Rowntree, J. Wilkinson, A. Makeig, and W. Hood. horse"raoes. First Race to start at 12 o'clock. 1. Hurdle Race, of 10 soys. Over six flights of hurdles, 3ft 6in high, and two | brush jumps; second horse to receive 1 Boy from the stake. About two miles. Entrance, 10s. To start at 12 o'clock noon. 2. Flying Stakes, of 7 soys. About f-mile. Second horse to receive 1 soy from the stake, Entrance, 7s. To start at Ip.m. 3. LadieS' Purse,* of 10 soys. About If mile. Second horse to receive 1 soy from the stake. Entrance, 10s. To be entered by ladies. To start at 2 p.m. 4. Handicap Saddle Tjrot (distance behind s ;vatch) of 10 soys. About three m'.les. Horses breaking must pull i namedi itely and go, and trot to the satiafac- , tio i of the Stewards, or be disqualified. Sec md horse to receive 1 "soy from'"the stakv Nomination,'7s 6d; acceptance, 2s 6d To start at 3 p.m. 5. Farmers' Plate, of 10 soys. About 1 irile and n half. Second horse to receive 1 soy from the stake. Eutrance, 10s. T> start at 3.40 p.m. 6. Hurry S ;urky, a sweepstake of 10s each/ wit l I soy ad-'ed. Once round the course. Catch weights. No winner of any of the above events allowed to Btart. Post entries. To stirt at 4.30 p.m. RULES. 1. The Meeting will be held under tie rules of racing. 2. All events to be confine I to the South Rakaia and Mount Hutt Roul Board Districts, and six miles north of the Rakaa river, and ten miles west and five miles eattl of the railway line. ' < 3. Weights for all races except otherwise ' specified—lOsfc for three-year-olds, list for four-year-olds, and list 7lb for 5, 6, and aged. : 4. No horse that has won more than £10' in one event will be allowed to compete in any race. ' 5. The races are open to any horse commonly resident in the prescribed district from the Ist October^ 1890, and,owned by a person who has resided in the said district during the same period. 6. Nominations for the Saddle Trot with fee of 7s 6d each, age, description, and performance of the horse, must be' deposited with the Secretary at Rakaia, not later than 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 6th, 1890. Acceptances and general entries, together with fees, by 8 p.m. on Saturday, Decembers 13th. In all cases the names, fees, colors, and ages of horses, and colors of riders must accompany nominations. 7. All protests must be given in writing to the Secretary within thirty minutes after the race has been run, together with; the sum of £1, which shall be forfeited if,' in the opinion of the Stewards, the protest! is frivolous. „ i 8. No entry will ba received unless all the above conditions are complied with, and on the condition that all disputes; claims, and objections arising out ot the racing shall be decided by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. Their decision on all points to be final. The Stewards reserve the right to hold over the stake until satisfied that the qualification of entry i 3 correct and the onus of proof shall lie with the owner. Also to; postpone the races if necessary through wet weather. 9. The winner of any flat race, competing. in other events, will be required to carry a penalty of 71bs. 10. Any prize not claimed within seven; days from the day of the.races will be' forfeited and go to.the f urn's. ■„-.,.' 11. All races will be started punctually at the advertised hour, ; ■'■■ f\ SPORTS. To commence at 10.30 punctually. 1. Men'a 100 yds Race (handicap), Ist prize L2,-2nd prize LI. 2. Boys' Race (under 15 years) 200 yds (han- . dicap), Ist prize 10s, 2nd prize ss, 3rd prize 2s 6d. Entrance free. 3. Men's 440 yds Race (handicap), Ist prize Ij2, 2nd prize LI. 4. Single Women's Race 100 yds (handicap), Entrancefree. Ist prize LI, 2nd prize 10s. 5. Men's Hurdle Race 200yda, (handicap) over 10 flights of hurdles, 3ft high, Ist prize L2i 2nd prize Li. 6. Girls' Race (under 14 years) 100 yds; (handicap). Entrance free. Ist prize 10s, 2nd prize ss, 3rd prize 2s 6d. . 7. Men's Mile Race (handicap), Ist prize Ll 10s, 2nd prize LI. ' 8. Married Women's Race 50yds (handicap)! Entrance free. Ist prize Ll, 2nd prize ,10s. 9. Sack Race 100 yds, Ist .prize Ll, 2nd prize 10s. > 10. Consolation Race 100 yds. Entrance free. Ist prize Ll. RULE S. ' ; ":- n . . ; I—Entrance fees for all events, not! other; wise specified, 2s 6d each. 2—All events confined to the same district as for horse races. 3—No second prize will be given unless three or more compete. ' 4—The Stewards reserve' the right to alter the order of events. Nominations for Men's 100 yds, 400 yds, mile race, hurdle and sack racea, must be lodged with the Secretary, before 8 p.m. on SATURDAY, 13th December. All other events post entry. Admission to Ground—ls for each adult, and Is for each horse, competing or otherwise. The Burnham Brass Band will play during the day. Refreshments and other amusements on the ground. No games of chance permitted. A BALL will be held in the evening in the Rakaia Town Hall—Dancing to commence at 9 p.m. Admission, Gentlemen, 2e 6d j Ladies, ; Free. Chiidren not admitted. 10183 AURENCE OXLEY, Secretary,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2562, 5 November 1890

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