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N.Z. METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB.

CHRISTCHURCH, April 19

The N. Z: Metropolitan Trotting Club's meeting opened to-day in fine weather. Results :—

Introductory Handicap.—Te K/uiti 1, Patard 2, Colonel Havelock 3. Scr.: Our Goldie. Won by six lengths. Time, 4.54.

Easter Handicap.— Willie Lincoln 1, Trix Pointer 2, Moneymaker 3. Scr: Huon Patch, Sympathy. Time 4 31 2-5.

Fendalton Handicap.—Lady Superior 1, Partner 2, Imperial Junior 3. All started. Time, 3nri_ 47seg.

Autumn Handicap.—Reta Peter 1, Red Heather 2, Billy Parole 3. All started. Time, 4min 47 l-ssec.

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N.Z. METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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N.Z. METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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