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THE TURF.

WANGANUI JOCKEY CLUB

1 WANGANUI, February 26. I Concluding results:— ■ Wcstmere Hurdle . Handicap.— The Rover. 1, Timothy 2, Bercola 3. Won iby seven lengths, with Bercola about nine lengths away third. Time, 3min 59 2-ssec. Tayforth Hack Hurdles.—Aruake 1, St. Gate 2, Ruffy 3. Won by a length j and a half, two lengths between second '■ (and third. Time, 3min 19sec. , •■ \ \ Wanganui Cup, of lOO.sovs; one mile and three-quarters.—Sinapis 1, Moutoa Girl 2, Sir Solo 3. At the. half-mile post Bon Ton headed Ched-

dar, but Moiitoa Girl then, assumed command, and led Sinapis into the straight. Sinapis made her run at the distance, and beat Moutoa Girl by a long neck, Sir Solo being two lengths and a half away third. Time, 3min 4lsec. Juvenile Handicap.—Bradamante 1, Ringform 2, Recontre 3. Won comfortably by two lengths. Time, lmin 3sec. Wiritoa Hack Handicap.—Lubnline 1, Centenary 2, Square Deal 3. Won by a neck, with a similar distance between second and third. Time, lmin 51sec. Flying Handicap, of 350 eovs ; sis furlongs—Pavlova 1, Makara 2, Lady "Volga 3. Won by a length and a half, with Lady Volga close up third. Time, lilihin 15sec.

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THE TURF., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8805, 27 February 1914

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THE TURF. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8805, 27 February 1914

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