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CASHMERE DIVISIONS P.A.' CHRISTCHURCH, Tuesday. Provision has been made to run two races, the Cashmere Plate and the Avonhead Hack Handicap, in two divisions on "he first clay of the Canterbury Jockey Club's Grand National Meeting at Riccarton on Saturday. The field in the Cashmere Plate is five over the safety number and in the Avonhead Hack Handicap two over. If either race is divided ilie stake will be increased to £520, the winner of each division to receive £200, second £40 and third £20. The provisional divisions in the Cashmere Plate are:— CASHMEKE PLATE of £400 (er £529 If run In divisions); thr*«-y«n*-old*t; colts and ccldinjrs 8.5, fillies B.O.— First Division: Armont. Bruce. Erratum. Knight Crusader. Major Argosy. Pandosto. Western Front. Bootees, Eudora. False Play. Lady Scholar. Nightstalk. Penrith. Sanskrit. Te-muka. Wild Ribbon. Second Diiislon: Avonbridge. Deep Harmony. Finalist. Lord Eluln, Superlative, Thronbridge. Wandering Minstrel. Belle Leonne. Collegiate. Oreek Slipper, Lady Welbeck. Lexla. Pandemonium, Princess Anne. Tropical Night. Starting times are:—ll.2. Enfleld Steeplechase; 11.42. Cashmere Mate; 12.27, Trial Hurdles; 1.12, Poparua Handicap; 1.57. Grand National steeplechase; 2.42, Sydenham Hurdles; 3)27, Winter Cup; 4.12, Avonhead Hack Handicap.

OWNERS' REMINDERS Friday.—Nominations, Pakuranga Hunt Club races.

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TWO OUTSIZED FIELDS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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TWO OUTSIZED FIELDS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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