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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S RACES: CUP WON BY FLORA MACDONALD '' First' Day. I " pitass Association.) DUXEDIX, February 18. / Tho Dunodin Jockey Club's Cup meeting opened in glorious weather, and the attendance promises to be a record. Tho Wingatui course is in good order. Lord mid Lady Liverpool are present. Results: — Hurdles'.—Daylight Bill 1, Jack Ashore 2, i'nre Gold 3. Scratched — Bravest, Simon i'ui-'e. and Silver Monarch. Jack Ashore in ado a finerun iv the straight, which brought him into second place. Won by, two lengths, a length and a half between second and third. Timo. JJmih'il 2-sth sec. Gladbrook ! 1 niidicap — Reval. (Reid) 1, Sir -.Bn<dd 2, Scotch Melody 3. - Scratched —i'Joonglow. Miss Kellw'rman, and fiiiljor. A grand finish, a head separating 11ie placet! horses. Time, ■ lmin 29 '4-,3 th' see. CHAMPAGNK STAKES, of 300 soys. For wo^year-olds. 'Six furlongs. .. J. B. Reid's b'f Angelina, by Down-., 'shire—Angelo, Bst 71b . . ... (IV'E. Jones)' 1" G.-'L^Stead' g Moulu, Bst vlb 2" 1 H. Whitney's br c Rcuimania, Bst 101b - ... A"...-^ ... 3 ■ Also started: Court-Martial. Moulu made most of the running, but was challenged in the straight by Angelina, who won by half a length; two lengths between second and third. Court-Martial, the favourite, was a length away, last. Time, lmin 17sec. DUNEDIN CUP, of 1000 soys; one mile and a half. H. Friedlander's cli f Flora Macdonald, by Boniform—Lady Lochiel, 7st 111b (J. Olsen) I W. G. and G. L. Stead's br h Bon Ton, 9st 51b 2 J. Prosser's Specialform, 7st 81b 3All started. Won by two lengths. Time, 2min 33 2-sse.c—a record for the* course.

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LATE ITEMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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LATE ITEMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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