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WELLINGTON RACING CLUB'S WINTER MICKCIMG. United Press Association—Klectrio Telegrnp'n. Hutt Eacec:>drr-r, July 12 r£l Delightful weather ptovailw for the first day's racing of the Wellington facing Club's Winter Meeting. The course has considerably improved, and the going will be fnirfy good. The attendance of the public, js above the average. Results:— Stewards, oh' 150 soys ; fix furlongs— Wat Reef 1, Tondm-hie 2, Sardonyx 3. Valors was scratched. Won easily by a length, two lengths between second and third. Time—l.2l 1-5. Dividends—.£2 Is and £2 6s. ' Mjraaiar Hack, of 80 soya ; seven furlongs—Blythecuaid 1, Sir Percival 2, Oryx 3. All started. Won by a nose. Time— 1.37 2-5. Dividends—£2 17s and £2, 10s. Wellington Steeplechase—Kaitere ], Waiterei 2, Phaetontis 3. Scratched— Slow Tom and Cruesot. Kaitere and Waiterei singled themselves out from the field the last time round. Kaitere gained the lead at the last hurdle and won by two lengths. Phaetontis five lengths away third. Time~6.36 2-5. Dividends— £3 9s and 17s.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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Sporting. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905