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A meeting of the committee of the Alford Forest. Racing Club was held in the Staveley Hall on Wednesday evening. There- was a v good number of members, and Mr S. J. Carleton occupied the chair. The secretary stated that a good many nominations had been received, especially ,; for the trotting events. A. ground committee was formed, and was requested to meet on the ground on the day before the races. A good deal of other routine business was transacted, and the meeting terminated ■with a vote, of thanks to the chairman.

The following nominations have been received in connection with the Alford Forest Club's annual races:—

Ladies' Purse—Master Hamilton, Blytheboy, General Symons, Lena Zoin, Truthful, Golden King, Jinglo, Black Jack, Billy Todd (late Red Fed.), and Flurry. Bushside Trot.—No. Slienanaghan, Robert Lyons, Elcinore, Imperial Ann, Mignon, First Advance, Off-side, Macwood, Advance Guard, Wallacena, Tracey Dillon, Sherwood, Miss Dowling, 'Princess Minto, Phtholognyrrh, i and Little Hector. Alford Forest Cup.—Sapience, Even-wave,-Parchment, Golden King, and I >Awha. j Hack Race—Master Hamilton, Lena : Zoin, Jingle, Billy Todd, Lento, and I Guerilla. ■ [ Staveley Bracelet—Blytheboy, Black j Jack, Golden King, Lento, and Flurry. ! Mount • Somers Trot—No Shenana- ! ghan, Robert Lyons, Eteinor. Imperial ! Ann, Mignon, Offside, Macwood, \Val-| lacena, Sherwood, Miss Itita, and Princess Minto. Springburn Handicap. — Sapience, General Symons, Parchment, Evenwave, Black Jack, and A^vha. 3 115 j

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ALFORD FOREST RACING CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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ALFORD FOREST RACING CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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