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United Press Association —By Electric Telegraph Ellerslie Racecourse. June 10 The weather is perfect, and the attendance promises to be large for the concluding day of the Auckland meeting. The course is sticky. Results :— Tamaki Steeplechase—Lingard 1, Great Scott 2, Rolf 3. Scratched - Defoe and Morehu. Major fell. Lingard won all out by three lengths. Div—£3 7s. York Welter—Exmoor 1, Sir OKlead 2, Lycia 3. Scr—Chivalry. Exmoor took charge coming into the straight and stalling off a challenge from Sir Gilead, won by a head. Dividends £& 2s 6d and Jss. Winter Stkeflechase.— Norwest 1, Haydn 2, Dingo 3. All started. Norwest was always one of the leading division, and taking charge coining up the hill the last time, was never afterwards troubled, winning easily by three lengths. Dividend — £2 11s 6d.

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AUCKLAND RACES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6592, 10 June 1905

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AUCKLAND RACES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6592, 10 June 1905

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