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AUCKLAND RACES.

Elt.erslie Racecourse, June 7. Tho weather is cold and threatening for the second day of the A.R.C. Winter meeting, The course is heavy, and the attendance good. Results :— ■ Obakei Hurdles—-Newtown 1, Morehu 2, Yolette 3. Scratched—Lady Hune and Major Won easily by a length. Divs— £2 Os 6d a,ud £1 16s 6d. Welter—St. Harp 1, Pearl Necklet 2, Nervine 3. All started. Won by a neck. Divs-.£4 17s 6d and .£1 6s 6d. Gueat Northern Steeplechase.—Kaiture \ Haydn 2, Kanaka 3. All started K^itere was well up throughout the race, and taking charge after jumping the double, was never headed, winning at the finish by three lengths from" Haydn, with Kanaka a long way back third. Up-to-Date, Miss King, Nor'-West,lrish,andWaiterere fell. Defoe and Inniskillen pulled up. Time-8.26. Divs—£3 14s and £2 4s 61.

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AUCKLAND RACES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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AUCKLAND RACES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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