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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S RACES

Third Day. ■ The following are the > concluding results attheDunedin Jockey Club's meeting:^— ■ ' ■ Jockey 'Clvb I,Handicap, of 500 soys; one mile and a quarter—Specialforin 1, Gapon 2, Thrax 3. On reaching the straight The Cornet and Glenfinnan were in the- lead. In the run home ' Specialform di:ew out, and, stalling off a challenge by Gapon, won by over a (length. Thrax was three lengths' away, third: Time> '2min 8 4-ssec. 1 Hopeful Handicap, ,of 150 soys; for two-year-olds; five furlongs—Angelina 1, Wise Bird 2, Brocade 3. Won by! a neck, three lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 3 l-ssec. Abbotsford Welter Handicap, of 150 soys; seven furlongs—Glenowl 1, Russo 2, Fender 3. Won by a length and a half, with' a length between second and third. Time, lmin 30sec. . ! 1 Waihola Handicap, of 100 soys; six furlongs—Sveaborg 1, John Barleycorn i 2, Kazan 3. Won easily by over two lengths from Judith, with John Bar-i leycorn three lengths away. Berry, the rider of Judith, was unable to draw the weight, John Barleycorn being placed second and Kazan third. Time, lmin 17 2-ssec. Wingatui Handicap, of 150 soys; seven furlongs—Merton 1, Joan -2, Veritas 3. Won by a short neck, with Veritas three lengths away. Time, lmin 30sec. (

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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S RACES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S RACES Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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