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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S RACES SECOND DAY. DITXEDTN, February 19. The weather was superb, the going good, arid the attendance satisfactory' off-day! Following are'the.-re-sults: — Rindott Hurdle Handicap—Kings\yay 1, .lack Asliorn 2, Pure Gold 3. Scratched —Simon Pure. Won by twolengths, a neck holween second and third. Time 3iiiin 22secs. ' Renlov Handicap —Silver Shield ], Scotch Melody 2, Slogan 3. Scratched —John Barleycorn. Won by a head. Time —lmin '29 2-s'th sees. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, of 300 soys. One mile. J. P. Buchanan's b g Thrax, by Martian—Hebrew Maid, syrs, Bst 1011) (F. E-. Jones) 1 N. Bennington's bik g Gapon, 7st .1111) ' 2 D. Roberts'*' The Cornet 3 Scratched: Flora Macdonald. A fine race resulted. Won by a neck, the third horse being two lengths away, with j\hvilprpiuci' fourth. Time, lmin 42sec,

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THE TURF., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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THE TURF. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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