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1, 12 noon-OPEN HURDLE HANDICAP of oucCVB. First hbrse £40, second boiß £10. One and a half mi'es, Nomina tion 7.- 6d, acceptance^ 2. 12 40 r.m —MAIDEN PLATE, of 3030ve. For horses that have never won £10 or over in any one advertised race at time of starting, First horse £25, secood horse £5. Six furlongs. Wiight for age. Nomination 20s

3. 1.20 p m-PENINSULA CUP (Handicap of lOOsovb including cup value £25. Firsi ! ho Re £60 and cup value £25, second horEe £10, tbird horse £5. One mile mile and a quarter. Nomination 20j, acceptance 153 4. 2 p m-WAIHORA PARK . HANDICAP TROT (optional) of 50aovs. First horEe £40, second horse £10. O.ie and a bat! miles. Nomination 7s 6d, acceptance 10s 5. 240 p.m-KINLOCH WELTER HAN DICAP, of 30sovs. First horse £25, sc cond horse £5. fc'even furlongs. Norm nation 7s 6d, acceptance 10s 6 3.20 pm.-WAIREWA HANDICAP -TROT (optional) open, of 50sovs.~ Fir t horse £42 10s, second horse £7 10.-i Tuo miles. Nomination 15s, acceptance 20s 7. 4 p m-TERAWERA HACK HANDICAP (haok conditions), of 40sovs. First horse £30, second horse £5 Six furlongs, Nomination 10s, acceptance 15s 8 440 p.m-FORSYTH FLYING HANDICAP, of 35sovs. First horse £30, sec ond horso £5. Five furlongs. Nomina tion 10c, acceptance 53.

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PROGRAMME., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4367, 27 January 1914

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PROGRAMME. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4367, 27 January 1914

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