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AUCKLAND RACING CLUB.

AUCKLAND, May 9. The following acceptances have been received: —

Great Northern Steeplechase, of 1500 soys: three miles and a-half —Waimai 12.7. Sleight of Hand 11.0, Sir Fisher 10.10. Thrace jlO.lO, Master Lupin 10.10. Troublesome 10.7, Arlington 10.3, Tenacious 10.3, Yellow and Black 10.0, Bore 9.12. Tarero 9.12, Yankee Jack 9.7. Te Onga 9.7, Vacuum 9.7, Grafton Tot 9.7.

Cornwall Handicap, of 750 soys; one mile and a-ciuarter —Parisian Diamond 10.12. Bedford 9.12, Killard 9.2, Maripamahoe 9.2, Mullingar Ralph 9.1. Hvllus 8.12, All Talk 8.12"f Simonides 8.12, Paddington Green 8.9, White Blaze 8.7. Alteration 8.7, ■ Housewife B.2,.Lady Energy 8.0, Sanaere 8.0. -;."

Great Northern Hurdle Handicap, of 1500 soys: two miles and a-half—Kauri King 11.8, Art 11.5, Sleight of Hand' 10.13. Euripos 10.12, Sir Fisher 10.11,Thrace 10.10, Master Lupin 10.10, Paraoa 10.7. Whiro 10.7, Ditto 10.0, Golden Grafton 9.6, Crown Pearl 9.2, Te Onea 9.2, Vacuum 9.2, Cynic 9.2, Colonel Soult 9.2, Yellow and^lacli: 9.0, Gunwale 9.0, Keystone■■-■ 9.0, Munster 9.0. Lochella 9.0," Kinkora 9.0, Royal Park 9.0.

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AUCKLAND RACING CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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AUCKLAND RACING CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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