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STOCKBRIDGE.

Wednesday, June 27. STOCKBRIDGE CUP, Value SOOsovs, by subscription of lOaovs each ; the surplus to be divided between the second and third horses. T.Y.O. Sir G Chetwynd's br h Fullerton, by Touchet — Ca-oliue, syrs, 9st 4b ... ... (FWebb) 1 Mr U T Barclay's eh c Red Anchor, by Mask— Chela- a China, 2yrs, 6st2lb ... (Bradbury) 2 Mr Mantou's hf A Life's Mistake, by Reverberation—Jeannie Deans, 3yrs, Bst 71b (ltickaby) 3 Mr J A Craven's b c Scene Shifter, by Mask — Cockleshell, 3yrs, 7et 131b (J Woodburn) 0 Betting : 4 to lou Fullerfcon, 100 to 12 agst Scene Shifter, and 100 to 8 Red Anchor and A Life's Mistake. Red Anchor cut out the work clear of .Scene Shifter and Fullerton, with A Life's Mistake some distance last. In the second dip Fullerton pulled his way up to tho leaders, and going on, he won in the commonest of canters by a length; three lengths between second and third. . Thursday, June 28. HURSTBOURNE STAKES, Cf 50sovs each, h ft, or 5 ft to the fund, if declared, with 30030V3 added, for two-year-olds ; second 6aved stake. Five furlongs. w , Duke of Porfc'and's b c Donovan, by Galopin— Mowerinn, 9at ... ... (F Barrett) J Mr R Craig's b c Present Alms, by The Miser— Salute, 9st ... ... ... (J Watts) 1 Prince Soltykoffs b f Pantomime, by Maik— ; ' S uifiies". Bst 311b ... ... "(Nuttall) < Mr EWBaird's Agnaboe, 9st ... (T Gannon)' • Mr Manton's Seclusion, Bst 111b ... (Rickaby) > Mr It Peck's Sigbert, Bsfe 111b [car Bst 121b] ' '° . . " (FWebb)' <• Betting : 6 to, 4on Donovan, 9to 2 agst Pnsent Alms, 100 to 12 Pantomime, and 100 to ; Aghaboe. , ' After one break away the flag fell to an cxc*-" ; - lent start, present Alms showing the way 1 Donovan and j Pantomime, with Sigbert, nt: and Seclusion la9t, and so they ran, into t'second. dip, where Donovan challenged Pant mime, and fairly wearing Prince Soltykoff 's fi J * down, the, favourite went on, and wpn. easily j y

two lengths; half a length separating second and third. Seclusion was fourth, and Sigberb last.

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STOCKBRIDGE., Otago Witness, Issue 1918, 24 August 1888

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STOCKBRIDGE. Otago Witness, Issue 1918, 24 August 1888

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