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At a meeting of the stewards of the Waikouaiti Racing Club, it was resolved to hold the annual race meeting on the 2nd January. The added money will be L 132 10s, divided among seven events, the principal of which are the Cup of 35 sovs, Trot of 20 sovs, District Handicap of 20 sovs, and Hawksbury Handicap of L 22 10s. The following nominations have been made for the V\ ellington Cup, one mile and a-half, run on February 6 next:—St. Malo, Cynisca, Alsace, Captain Cook, Tirailleur, Renata, Jet d'Eau, Sincerity, Recluse, Dudu, British Lion, Von Tempsky, Scots Grey, Rose Argent, Whisper, Leonore, Wolverine. Cruiser, Lady Florin, Foxton, Strephon, Kotuku, Retrenchment, Leopold, Corunna, Fabulous, Lady Norah, Quadrant, Wanganui, St. James, Don Pedro, Man Friday, Wakatipu, Repose, Tamora. Quadrant, Fabulous, Gipsy, Corunna, and Loch Nes3 have paid up for the Auckland Guineaß, to be run at the A.R.C. meeting on Monday week, THE V.R.C. MEETING. The following are the acceptances for the V.R.C. Derby, run this afternoon : V R C DERBY, of 1,000 sovs ; second 200 sovs, third 100 SOV9 One mile and a-half. Mr J. O'Loughlin's bl o Richelieu, by Richmond— M JHr b c Piince Consort, by Richmond— Queon Consort. . Mr Gardiner's br o Loyal Stone, by Precious &toneL °Mr B. Browne's b c Carrinßton, by GMg ForwardJO Mr b S D Browne's b c Tinlander, by The Englishman—Tinfinder. , Mr Smith's b c The Dra«on, by Progress-I- orSa Hon. J. White's ch c Dreadnought, by ChestorT Honf"' White's br g Rudolph, by Martini-Henry— R Mr" Williamson's br c The Loon, by The DiverU Mr y b. O'Brien's be Dunkeld, by ApreniontMr STKinnon's b c Loch Ness, by lngomar— Albatross. Watcrlily. mm^ ___

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 8054, 2 November 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 8054, 2 November 1889

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