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  • Notes and Anticipations.

    The spring meeting of the Australian Jockey Club will be brought to a conclusion to-day. Taken all through, the gathering has been a most successful one. The weather has been particularly fine, the ... [Article] (1523 words)
  • Turf Talk.

    ENGLISH ST. LEGER.—The Duke of Westminater's colt Ormonde haa now, through his Leger victory, established himself the best colt in England, and perhaps the boat horse. ... [Article] (2252 words)
  • Randwick Racecourse. (See Illustration on Page 654.)

    We this week publish an excellent plan of the famous Bandwick Racecourse. It is granted by all raoingfolk that there is ho more enjoyable racing track in the colonies than that of Bandwick. No ... [ILLUSTRATED]
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  • Isaac Murphy.

    Formany years the national sport of the United States has been trotting, hat the turf now appears to be supplanting it. Very rich stakes are being provided by the different jockey clubs in the States. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (182 words)
  • Training Notes. FLEMINGTON.

    MELBOUBNE, Tuesday.—The weather is showery and unsettled. Essie, All Gold, Trojan, Dunlop, Remus. Stornoway, and Roysterer, did fairly strong work to-day but far the greater number of horses out went through ... [Article] (489 words)

    MELBOURNE, Thursday afternoon.—This morning was a capital morning for work. Ben Bolt went a good striding gallop over the Cup distanoe, Chuckster joining him a mile, fromhome. The son of Newbold pulled up well. Anarchy ...
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