At the Marton-Rangitikei steeplechase meeting on Saturday, Sir Garnet won the Hunt Club Handicap, with Piako second, and Doctor third. Tho Ladies' Bracelet was also won by Sir Garnet, Piako again being second, and the Colonel third. COUNTRY v. METROPOLITAN RACING CLUBS. [From Ode Own Correspondent.] CROMWELL, August 12. I am authoritatively informed that .the Oamaru Tradesmen's Racing Club are prepared to actively co-operate with the Cromwell Club in re metropolitan rulec This makes eleven clubs up to the present date who havo given in their adhesion, while many other clubs which have not yet held meetings are certain to join the movement. A Cromwell telegram to the 'Oamaru Mail' says' :—"The Maniototo Jockey Club have endorsed the action of the Cromwell Club re metropolitan rules. So also have the Fortrose Club and Arthur Point Club. These make ten clubs up to date which have given iu their adhesion. As yet no dissent haß been received from any club. The majority of clubs ha'-e yet to consider the circular."
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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Evening Star, Issue 7983, 12 August 1889
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Evening Star, Issue 7983, 12 August 1889
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