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SPORTING

ACCEPTANCES. ‘ PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHRISTCHURCH. February 6. Following are tho acceptances for some >f the events at the Canterbury Jockey Club's midsummer meeting: Hornby Welter, 100 so vs; seven furlongs,—Blythemaid 0.13, Balsam 0.6. Be Witte 9.5. Count Gorton 8.8, Reduction 6,5, Ordnance 8.0, Farley Grove 8.0. Craven Plato, 200 sovs; seven furlongs. ■-Stronghold 9.0, Buccleuch 8.7, Aeolus .11,, Golden Cairn 7.9, Balsam 7.8, llarita 7.3,* Tessera 6.13, Don Oreino 6.9. Lyttelton Plate, 100 sots; six furlongs. -Rose Noble 8.3, Paragon 8.0, Bonny Glen 8,0, Libyan 7.3, Willawan 7.0, Mercy 7.0. Halswell Welter, 100 sovs; one mile.— Gypsobel 9.5, Count Gorton 9.3, Waterislicot 9.3, Wild Cat 8.3, Ruapehu 8.0, Salaam 7.13, Disastrous and Tain 7.7. Following are left in the Middle Park Plato, of 500 sovs; for two and threo-;yoar-olds; two-year-olds 7.7, three-year-olds 9.0 (with allowances and penalties); six furlongs. Elevation, The Libyan, OlenouUoob, Golden Cairn, Paragon. Gold Crest, William X., All Guns, Ivauoff. Acceptances for the Bgmont Racing ijlub'e meeting close at 9 o’clock to-mor-.tow evening.

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New Zealand Times, New Zealand Times, Volume XXIX, Issue 6128, 7 February 1907

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SPORTING New Zealand Times, Volume XXIX, Issue 6128, 7 February 1907

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