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IN A NUTSHELL.

— Bombshell is said to be pleasing his English trainer. . — Bold ran at South Canterbury in the nomination of Mr W. A. Spoor. - r- J. Rae got a severe shaking when he fell with Ammunition at South Canterbury.

— Mr Wi Hutuna -has soM Master Hume, by Master Agues— Noisette, to Mr Tatum for 2Ggs. — Toxa had a lucky win ou the second day at Timarn, and was purchased by Mr J. Sullivan at £26. — Ulysses and Conscript were fellow passengers with Booties from Sydney to New Zealand by the Anglian. — It is quite- true that Tatt's. prize of £1800 in the Sydney Cup came to Dunedin. Mr F. Carter is the lucky man. — Already they a*e betting on the New Zealand Cup. A line of £1000 to £50 Lord Rosslyn came under my notice the other day. —C. Wood has been engaged to ride Galtee More in the Derby. Next year Lord Rosebery will hive first claim on his services. — The Ascot (Vie.) stewards have disqualified the well-known filly Raak, her owner, and rider for six months for buspicious practices. — The meeting of the Racing Conference to consider the revised rules of racing will be held at Wellinebon between July 14 and 17. — The Napier Park Racing Club has postponed its winter meeting from May 12 and 13 to May 19 and 20, owing to the roads being impassable. — A London cable states that the latest quotations for the Kpsorn. Derby are 7 to 4 as.unst Velasquez, 3 to 1 Galtee More, 11 to 2 Vesuvian. — Old Lib. must be done. He was Bold last week for llgs to Mr W. Kerr. This, I hope, means the gallant gelding's retirement from the turf.

— The Prince of Wales's brood mare Perdita II has foiled a> bay colt by St. Simoa, an own brother to Fiorizd 11, Persimmon, and Sandringham. t —At Wellington £11,830 was passed through the totalisator, or £1114 more than at the meeting two yeard ago. Thsre was no Autumn meeting last year. — The Taieri Club made somethi-ig over £100 out of its Autumn meeting, and I fancy from what I hear that this will encourage the club to go in for the much-needed stand. — Newhaven is going to England ia charge of T. Stephens, who was at one time connected with the Auckland Stud Companj-, and was afterwards in the employ of Mr A. Chirnside. — Eighteen started for the Lincolnshire Handicap on March 23, and Winlcfleld's Pride starting favourite at 7 to 2, won by a head. The American cabled message gives the time, as 1.48, which would be absurdly slow for a straight mile. — Booties is to be in New Zeal.md for the Wangiuvui Steoplechase, and I expect to see him very »early win it. Levanter seems to ba his most dangerous opponent. There are eight acceptora. — An American paper mentions that Fred Day, who rode Chao? to victory in the Futurity Stakes of 1889, is an object of charity at Philadelphia, begfin" alms on the streets. Too much whisky. — " Peeping Tom " states that Mr J. Cowan, of Kawarau Station, the popular owner of Stockmaid, Silvercrown, and other racers, contemplates a stay of some mouths at the hot springs ia the North Island. „. -n • — While fencing at Bathurst Ust month Fairfield, the champion- show jumper of Australia, broke a leg, and had to be destroyed. Fairfield h«d only once before made a blunder, when he fell at Wagga last year. — "Pentagraph" publishes a preliminary list of the winning two-year-olds of the season. Multiform is at the top with £2761 ; Gold Medallist second with £1921 : Defiaut third with £535 ; Blazer fourth with £492. — Tricolour, who won the Sydney Cup, is, as I have already stated, by Trident His dam is Modesty, a daughter of Maribyrnoog from Etiquette, the CaractacuK mare known beat in New Zealand as dam of Rubina. .-—Says Oliver Wendell Holme? : "Tho racer is ncidentally useful, but essentially eorueihing to bet upon, as much as the thiraUe-rfgger's little joker. The trotter is essentially and daily useful, and only incidentally a tool for sporting men." — So unlike the Stockwell tribe was the Derby winner of 1877 that Lord Falmouth could hardly be msde to believe that Silvio was by Blair Athol until he saw SiMo's stock, which revealed plainly enough the Stamp of " the pale-faced chestnut." — Stockfish was ran up to £35 before his owner could buy him in on tha first day at the South Canterbury meeting. After being beaten on ths second day he was claimed to be put up to auction and Mr M. Allan became the purchaser at £40.

— Attention is called in America to the fact that the stock of Artillery, July, and Fotilshot are uot eligible to race on track< under Turf Congress ru'.es owing to want of sufficient registration with respect to these stallions. Whose lookout i"> this ?

— Baron Schilling has been vary busy in England purchasing thoroughbred stalliong and brood mares for Russia. He goes for blood, strength, quality, and, above all, soundness. Amongst his purchases is Eaniskillen, from Mr Barlow's stud farm in Yorkshire.

— The Duke of Devonshire's Balsamo, a four-year-old son of Friar's Balsam aud Snood, weighted at 7.4, won the City and Suburban Handicap last week, beating Bay Ronald 7.7 and La Sagesse 7.12 This race is valued at 2000sovs and is run at a mile and a-quarter. —It was a gallop with Leda that put Goldfinur's party in a funk about the Easter Handicap. The gelding headed the'mare at six furlongs, but those present saw plainly that she was pulling off and had Goldspur licked. As things panned out, the gallop wa.q fearfully deceptive, — In the Patea TBaster Handicap a three-year-old filly named Klima, by Vanguard— Creeper, got home from Emerald, and paid £11 65 Muscatel wa» third, the other starters being Losarius, The Onyx, and Adam. St. Vincent (Nelson — Florence) was favourite for the Alton Handicap, and succeeded in beating Klima by half a length. — American stitisttcs show that last seacon Hanover again headed the list of winning sires, his progeny winning about £16,000. Bramble is second with £13,000 : then come Fonsn, £12,900 ; Rayon d'Or. £11,150; Iroquois. £10,980; Sir Modred, £10 580: Strathmore, £W,470; Midlothian, £10,430 ; and St. Blaise, £9965. — Sir George Clifford, chairman of the conference, learns from Mr Elliot, editor "of the New Zealand Stud Book, that the new edition, already completed, may not be published owing to lack of funds. No doubt this intimation will bring clubs to the rescue, but the conference ought to make complete and payable arrangements for the future.

— Sixteen started for the Great Eastern Steeplechase, Larrikin and Grassmere being ths favourites. The Trojan fell at the first fence, while All Fours hurt herself at the stone wall. Grassmere was done with on the hill, and Bernal and Desperado at the fence on the rise. Larrikin was struggling hopelessly under his 13.6. Doondiah looked dangerous at the last jump, but Eclipse beat him by three lengths. — According to Sporting Review, Mr W. Percival, secretary of the Auckland Racing Club, was born in Wanstead, Englaud, and sarly in his career he displayed a taste for horses, and was adjudged a splendid cross-country lad when only in his teens. He arrived in Auckland in 1868, and a few years afterwards became a leading follower of the hounds, and for ten years no more fearless rider could be found across country. On one occasion he met with an accident while riding Coronation in a steeplechase at Canterbury. — Melbourne Sportsman says that the Onkaparinga Steeplechase winner, Eclipse, ia not identical with the brown gelding of the same name formerly trained by J. Cripps, although both were got by Tasmanian sires, the former by Mozart and the latter by Euclid. The Oakbank hero won a number of hurdle races up country in South Australia under big weights, but probably his most meritorious victory previous to last month's achievement was winning the Adelaide H.C. Open Steeplechase with 11.3, a fair horse in Sir George running second on that occasion with 9.12.

— What is termed the most memorable turf trial of the decade, and the boldest and most notorious attempt at fraud in the history of European trotting, was recently concluded at Jlerlin. On February 5 Robert T. Kneebs, a wellknown American owner and breeder of trotters, mta tot the second time found guilty of fraud in

"ringing" the mare Bethel under the name of Nelly Kueebs at Berlin and Hamburg in. the spring of 1894. The original sentence of nine months' imprisonment, the confiscation of the mare, a fiao of 1000 marks, and tho loss of civil rights for two years was confirmed. EVEN TIME TROTTERS. Best records o£ trotting horsea that have in winning performances done even time or better at the distances mentioned on New Zealand courses during the past six racing seasons: — ONE MILE. m. s. m. s. Ada II 257 La Corbeau ... 2 43* Albert Victor ...2 39 Lina 2 56* Aunie Rooney ... 258 Little Willie ... 242 Ascot 2 4S J r Loriue 251 Avou 249 Lugaaquilla ... 258 Baltimore ... 247 Madcap ... ..'. 255 Bar a Dance ... 259 Maggie 253 Beaconsfield ... 2 501- Magpie 245 Bed o' Stono ... 2 4SJ Maid of CitherBellman ... .-.. 2 47 stone 2 572 Berlin Maid ... 245 Maid of Roclea ... 256 Bilbah 2 49* Maid of Ulster ... 259 BHe-a-wee ... 258 Marion 2 4b" Billy Buttons ...3 0 Matai 252 Black Oats ...2 51 M':&cotte 23S Blacksmith ... 234 Mick 2 sih Brooklyn 2 26* Microbe 2 53 Burvvood "Cess ... 2 49g Mirror 2 57* Butcher Boy 11 ... 253 Miss lrwell ... 257 Buttercup ... 251 Hiss Patau ... 252 Carolina 242 Miss Pools ...2 37 Charlie 240 Mistake 254 Claret ... ... 253 Moonbeam ... 25H Cleveland 248 Moultan 2 58A Clifton 2 ih's My Dream ... 3 0 Clyde 2 49i Myrtle (bay) ...3 0 Qocky 2 46$ Native 2 42 Colonel 231 Nea 234 Commotion ... 235 Nellie (grey) ... 2i% Contractor ... 2 41$ Nigger 2 49jj Creeping Jane ... 2 45* Nilreb 257 Cyguet 2 Norman 2 r J9 Dakota 2 401 Oakland 2 119* D.xisy . ... 2SO Ophir 2 44* Danby 2 41i Orizaba 2 59 Dii-kie 2BS Otakeho 2 51* Devil's King ... 25S Othello 2 59* Director 3 0 Pansy 2W, Duchess, The ... 258 P.insy B 2 5(5 Duchess 2 42i Pavnell 3 0 Electioneer ... 2 50* Pastime 241 ! Eric 2 56 V Paulina 2 49* Fanny 2 54g Peg.isus 257 F. 8., br m ...2 49 Peggy 23i I Fair Play 2 5»- Perseverance ... 257 Fairy (grey) ...2 50 Pirate 259 Felix 247 Prairie 25 2 ! F.F 243 Prince Albert ... 249 Fiona 25! llab 253 Fragment 2 561 Ranis 2 50g Frog, The ... 245 Rasp 230 Gaiety 242 Rauriki 257 Gay Belle 25S Raven 251 Glengarry 245 Tledinire 238 Granadier ... 2 59? Ringwood ... 2 4% Grey stairs ... 259 Rita 2SO Gwendoline ... 2 5S£ Robin 254 Hampton 253 Rocket 255 Harold 25S Rosewood 254 Hawk^bury ... 2 s(i Rotherham ... 248 Hazel wood ... 248 Ross 250 Hnzledean, grh... 25S Kuahine 24S Heather Dew ...2 5(5 Ruby II 2 56§ Holly 251 Sail Home ...2 49 Honest Wilkes ... 2 31 J Sam Slick 249 Hordern 2Si Scrutineer (?yr3) 252 Hurricane ...2 51 Sea Foam 242 Ike 2 51£ Spec 248 Invictus 241 Seaweed 253 lol.inthe 249 Spreydon Lad ... 2 47i Ipswich 252 .Stockholm ... 257 Ishuleb 2 s.°£ Stonewall Jackson 2 32 Jack the Ripper... 253 Susan 254 Jane 241 Telephone ... 2 40i J.me Douglas ...2 47 Te Aro 259 .Tcnnv Lind ... 250 Te Wanahu ... 250 Jess IE 2 55J Tikaio 250 Jca.sie 247 Tommy 231 Jessie Palm ... 251 Tonga 252 J.M 251 Unknown 242 Jos 259 Vaucliffe 252 Joeßarnett ...8 49 Venus 251 Jubilee II 3 0 Vermont 2 42 J f Jumbo 2 3!) Violet 2 40% Kapai 241 Waihinepai ... 2 4!) Katipo 2 59i Wangaloo 259 Kentucky 244 Whale, The ... 2 51} Kentucky Maud 247 White Wings ... 2 46J Kentucky Wilkes 238 Witdwood 2 24£ Kitty 259 Wilkiu 2 392 Ladybird 250 Yum Yum ... 2 27i j ONE MILE AND A-HALF. Alice 414 Magpie 4 6£ Andrew ... ... 4 8 Maniac ... .., 4 173 Antrim 420 Manuka 4 10£ Balmoral 425 Maori Girl ... 4 21£ Barney O'Hea ...3 58 Maori Jack ...4 18 Bed o' Stone ... 4 8 Mary 424 Billy 428 Microbe ... ... 429 Birthday 4 20i Midnight 4 26* Black Angel ... 421 Miss Lily 428 Boston Girl ...4 8 Miss Mac 428 Bridal Rose ... 421 Miss Norah(pony) 412 Brooklyn 3 46| Mist 4 5 Cable 4 4 Monowai 426 Cadzow 414 Myrtle (grey) ... 422 Charity 4 1% Native 4 18* Charleville ... 4 21§ Ned 4 S4g Clifton 429 Norman 430 Cloud 4 26J Ohio 4 24 Clyde 4 8 Paddy 4 161 Colac 4 8 Peerless 4£2 Colonel 359 Peggy 425 Commotion .. 357 Pirate ... ... 417 Cottage Girl ... 421 Prairie «4 3 Count 411 Present Times ...4 28 Craigmore ... 42S Prince ... ... 422 Daisy Bell ... 428 Remnant ... " ... 422 Darlington ... 418 Rosa 422 Dick 4 22^- Rover II ... ... 430 Disappointment 42F Ruahine 418 Drover, The ... 430 Sail Home ...4 15 Duchess 410 Sam 4 6 Eric 4 17J Susan ... ... 4 0 Kuchre 420 Swindler 4 29| *Yncy 4 5 Te Aro 428 Fiona 4 14f Te Wanahu ... 424 Frog, The 4 7j Tinker 426 Gilbert 425 Tommy 4 4 Harry Sneaker ... 427 Tommy (HendriekTshulet 4 22 sen's) 4 23 Jasper 425 Trissie 416 Jennie II 4 25f Tuesday 4 29J J.H 4 0 Victoria II ... 4 26* Judy 4 25' Waihi 427 Keilawarra ... 418 Wainepai 422 Laracor 427 Weary Gleaner ... 429 Little Bob ... 4 25J- Wee Ben 4 17 Little Tommy ...4 20 Why Not 410 Lugnaquilla ... 4 194 Wild Rose II .4 28 Maggie ... ... 416 Wizard 414 TWO MILES. Activity 5 43$ Hollywood ... 5 57* Albert Victor ... 550 Maori ... ... 548 Albino 5 59g Maggie 5 16§ Alice 540 May ... ... 541 Alice Azrnore ... 5 314 Maori Jack ... 5 50& Allertou 5 25i Mambrino AbdalAndante 5 41i lah 5 17 Andrew „■ ■<• 558 Marguerite ... 532 Arahura ... ... 553 Marion ... ... 551 Argyle 549 Maud V. ... „. 529 Ascot A. ... 5 20* Max Mi ... 533 August ... .« 533 Mecca ... >„ 559 Autonomy ... 5 44i Medjidie 553 Bailie, The ... 520 Mermaid ... ... 537 Barney O'Hea ... 5 29J Mesmerist ... 5 38 8.8 526 Messenger ... 555 Beaconsfield ... 543 Mick 555 Bedale 5 11* Miro 6 0 Belfast Girl ... 5 51* M. At 5 34 Bel Lorimer ... 5 15i Miss Burwood ... 554 Ben Allen ' ... 55U Miss Cant ... 55S Berlin Abdallah 521 Miss Graham ... 5 53J Biddy Biddy ..526 Miss Hilda ...521* Bill Allen 552 Miss Norah (pony) 558 Billy 5 41| Mist 5 59 Billy Buttons ... 545 Mistake 5 54* Birthday 547 Mokoreta 5 55* Black Belle ...5 42 Mona 555 Biackie „, ... 555 Monte Carlo ... 512 Blackjack ...5 30 Moonbeam ...5 41 Black Oak .„ 5 51* Mungo Maid .„ 558

TWO MILES CONTINUED. Black Oats ... 532 Myra 553 Blacksmith ...5 9 Myrtle forey) ...5 34 Bluegown 559 Nancy 5 59J Blue Mountain ... 555 Native 525 Boston Girl ... 5 41* Nea 5 40 Bot Fly 548 NedKelly 5 33§ Boudri 539 Nero 517 Broker, The ... 551 Newlyn Maid ... 5 49? Brooklyn 4 57£ Novelette 551 Brown Duchess... 535 Kilreb 523 Budd Doble ... 530 Oakland ... „ ... 551 Bunthorn 555 OUoroire ... ... 546 Butcher Boy 11... 5 49* Old Dad 546 Butterfly 537 Old Jack 5 41* C.iberfeidh ...5 33 Old Judge ...5 31 Cable 539 Oily 543 Oamisea ... ... 549 Opossum 5 25* Charlie 532 Orphanßoy ...5 52 Christine 533 Otakeho 543 Cloud 558 Our Pony 543 Colac 5 42* Pansy 5 45 Contractor ... 5 35* Pansy B 5 8J Oonnemara ... 552 Paulina 5 32* Coronella 5 24i Pearl 533 Cottage Girl ... 5 54* Pegasus 544 Cowboy 549 Peggy 556 Creole 540 Peggy II 556 Cricket (pony) ...5 51 Pioke 554 Cygnet R25 Phaeton 54t "Daffodil 5 35* Plouehboy ... 5 51 Dakota 521 Polly Plum (pony) 5 45* Daliuni 5 55 I'iM.irie 5 49 D.ivid 5 40 Prince 5 49 Dcßtiny (pony) ... 62S Prince Alfeert ... 523 Dexterina ... 533 Prince Imoevial 535 Dexterity 541 Prince Victor ...5 31 Dick 552 Rakowhni ... 545 Dictator 527 Banger 557 Doris 552 Rarus 524 Dorothy (pony) ... 540 Rata 5 46* Doubtful 545 Ravenswing ... 532 Duchess, The ... 5 9J Redmire 5 9 DukeC 5 56* Keefer 553 Duke, The ... 5 4** Regina 551 I>. of Counaught 558 Repealer 540 Duncan Abdallah .'> s(j* Ringwood ... 525 Economy 516 Rita 4 53* Elizabeth 552 Robin D 36* Elian 5 36V Rob Boy 530 Elsie 533 Rohotu 551 Emerson 552 Romeo 547 Empire (pony) ... 5 48| Rosebud 527 Brie (pony) ... 54t Rotherham ... 540 Explorer 54S Rover 550 Factory Girl ... 540 Ruadan 5 39* Fdircuild r ' 44 Ruby 540 Fancy 555 Ruby II (p3uy) ... o 51* JF. B 534 Rugby 55S ■p ]? 556 Sacramento ... 555 Felix '. 5^7 Sail Home 521 Fiddler, The ... 5 si) Sailor Boy ... 5 47* Fisherman ... 5 672 S am r .,. , 5 2?, Florence 555 Sam Slick 5 11* Foremast 526 Sanclfly 5 53* Fragment 543 Saudgate 5.i 2 Gaiety 540 Sandy 519 Garryowen ...5 44 &ans Souci ... 535 General 536 Sapphire 53b General Luck ... 5 34g Sarah 5 35} General Tracey ... 5 4J Schoolgirl 5 33 Glenilia 549 Seawood 5 54* Glengarry 532 Shamrock ... 5 i*s Good Enough ... 540 Silver Mane ... 528 Good Wind ... 546 Silver wood ... 530 Gordon 547 Spancel Hil ... 559 Grainer 5 40§ Spider 528 Grasshopper 11... 541 Spreydou Lad ... 551 Hazledean ... 558 Spy 526 Hazshvood ... 53S Starlight 6 0 IleielGo 557 Statesman ...5 49 Highland Lad 547 Steadfast 5 41* Hilda 6 0 Ston'wall Jackson 523 Home Rule ... 537 Stockholm ... 5 27* Hurricane ... 539 Sultan 5 48" Idaho 552 Susan 5 42* Ike 5:^5 Syphon 5 SIJ Imperious ... 521 Taravale(pony)... 5 53-i Informer 5 44* Te Wanahu ... 518 Ipswich 5 23i Three Cheeis ...5 14 Jane 539 Tikaro SIT Jane Douglas ... 537 Toby (Shearer's). .. 546 Jaspor(pony) ...5 44* o by (Ryder'g) ...5 47 Jeanette 5 47* Tom 5 40 Jennie II 552 Tommy 522 J.H. ... • ...5 14 Tommy 111 ...5 48* Joeßarnett ...5 3b Torori 555 Johnny 6 0 Trio (pony) ... 555 Josephine ... 5 17* Trissie 5 llf I Judy 555 True Blue 536 ! K*pai , 5Si Try Me 5 43* Katie M 531 Tuesday 536 Kevlawarra ... 559 Uncle Tom ... 548 £elpie 519 Utah 535 Kentucky ... 5 30§ Vagary .. 5 46* Kentucky Wilkes 522 Vainglorious ... 5 40* Kilrush 555 Venus 539 King Cole 557 Vick . ...5 40* King's Jfirrand ... 548 Victon 5 43i Kit... 545 Victorian ...5 46" Kit II 568 Viking 514 Lady Agnes ... 5 3(>* Vim 5 51 Lady Jane ...5 51 Virginia 537 Lady May (grey) 5 2GI Vulture 548 Li Grippe ... 554 Waxy 546 Laracor 543 Welcome Lass ...5 42 Larry 556 Westleigh ... 5 44* Lassie 543 Wharfedale ... 5 48* La Stella 559 Wilkin 532 Little Ben ... 530 Whareraog! ..." 5 52* Little Duck ... 555 Whisky ... ... 535 Little Hero ... 548 Why Not 548 H!*} 65 && n ,f- -£ 3 £ Winchester ... 558 Little Willie ... 5 9 Woolloomooloo ... 547 Lizette 528 Woolston 5 33* Locket ... ... 552 World, The ... 549 Lugnaquilla ... 549 Worthington Lusitania 5 42 (pony) 5 49 M^k 5 59* Young Berlin ...5 40 MagfcieM. —£30* Young Irvington 5 16* Magpie 556 Zealandia 527 Mallow 5 39 TWO MILES AND A-HALF. Argyle 7 7 Maggie L 652 Bellman 725 Maud V 729 Berlin Abdallah... 637 Miss Collins ... 717 Berlin Maid ...7 23 Myrtle (bay) ...7 20 Beware 715 Ned 715 Charleville ... 721 Nellie 7 13^ Charlie 7 1 ppollyp o lly 728 Claret (Camel) ... 7 12§ p ra i r rei c 7 4 Clyde 659 Prince Albert ...7 10 Councillor ... 7 0% Rarus 7 17 Dagmar 729 Rotherham ... 7 10* DukeC 7 4 Sehooeirl 648 Fairy .' 7 10' Spider 632 Hampton 7 28* Sunlight 7 21 Hassan 720 Tom Hicks ...7 22 Hurricane ... 7 9? Waihinepai ... 7 24 Helen Douglas ... 722 Welcome Lass ... 710 Ida 7 21* Wild Rose ... 6 45 Ingar 7 7 Wilkin 7 2t Invictus 719 Wizard 6 36f J.H 716 Woodbine ... 712 Lady Jane ...6 59 Y. Irvington ... 5 16} Lorna Doon ... 7 20 THREE MILES. Achates ... ...8 28 Little Bob 818 Alice May 840 Lugnaquilla ... 850 Ascot 8 12$ Maniac 840 Billy Buttons ... 850 Master Chub ... 856 Bess 856 Maud V 832 Blacksmith . ... 850 Midnight 830 Blackthorn v ... 858 Mingo 837 Blue Mountain ... 818 Misnomer ... 823 Brandy 8 49J Miss Hilda ... 837 Bridget 853 Miss Mac 820 Butcher Boy II ... 821 Mistletoe 847 Cleveland ... 857 Myrtle (grey) ... 840 Club, The ... 846 Native 8 0£ Clyde 833 Nea 8 6 Colac 821 Nellie 8 38* Colleen Dhas ...8 21* Oily 856 Commodore „. 839 Opossum ... .. 828 Dinah ... ... 9 0 Oreti 8 37* Diplomacy ...8 51* Our Pony... ...8 42 Don Juan 8 43* Romeo ... „.8 52 Duchess, The ... 839 Ruadan 8 36.V Duke C .... ...8 20 Sandfly 8 50', Elizabeth 828 Sonny 8 10* Eos ... 839 Specification ... 7 35J Fibie ... ... 837 Spider 759 Firefly 853 Stella 8 54* First Attempt ... 856 St. James 840 Folly „. ... 8 51* Stone wall Jackson 814 Foremast ... ... 832 Star of Honour ... 835 Frog, The 820 Telephone 817 Gaiety 8 52* Three Cheers ... S 3<J General Tracey ... 8 IB* Tom 856 Gold Dust... ...8 48* Tom Hicks „.8 48

THREE MILES CONTINUED. Grainer 832 Tommy (roan) ... 8 57£ Hester 842 Toryboy 555 H.R.H S 54i Trissie 8 11 Jenny 847 Tut dOr 532 Inferno 827 Victor 829 Katie M 814 Vivian Grey ... S 59* Keilawarra ... 84S Welcome Lass ...8 24 Kelpie 8 53* White Wave ... 8 53* Kentucky ...7 48 Wild Irishman ... B* sl Kitty 8 56* Wizard '8 10 Lady Jane ...8 58* Woolston 8 311 La Grippe 823 Yankee Notion ... 841 Laird, Lhe ... 842 Zeilandia 829 Little Ben ... 8 36 FOUR MILES. Bedale ... 11 44 J Specification 10 47

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IN A NUTSHELL., Otago Witness, Issue 2253, 6 May 1897

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