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BICCABTON TRAINING NOTES. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) CHEISTCHDBCH, this day. It was an ideal morning for: training at Btccarton, and practically all the work was done ou the plough, which was In capital order. Broadsword covered six furlongs in 1.171. Glenculloch was just better than Husbandman over a mile and a quarter ln 2.115. Plitaway ran a brilliant 7 furlongs in 1.28 i. Sir Tristram finished in front of Bollan over 7 furlongs in L 32. Contender and Tremulous covered a mile in 1.43 4-5. Lady Disdain, assisted by Buccleugh' ran"7 furlongs In 1.291. Tlkitere bent Osirlus by six lengths over 7 furlongs in 1.31. Tumut beat Aisy and Sfnsterer by seven lengths over 5 furlongs in I.Bs. Petrovna ran 6 furlongs in 1.18, and Provocation 6 furlon-s outside the grass in 1.16J from a standing start, but appeared to tire over the last furlong.

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LATE RACING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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LATE RACING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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