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  4. Racing Arrangements

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 389 words
  5. Touting the Training.

    WEDNESDAY.--An uninteresting morning's work, on what is generally considered an "off day," was commenced by [?]esbis going a couple of miles on the tan at a strong pace. King's Own, Boisterous, ...

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    ANOTHER week bearer to the Spring Racing Cara[?]d. Trainers who are behind have no cause to comp[?] on the score of bad [?]eather, or the had going, for during the is [?]ten days both have been all in their ...

    Article : 1,308 words
  7. Recent Race-Horse Arrivals.

    HOUSES from the sister-colonies, engaged is the coming Caulfield and V.R.C. events, are now beginning to reach Flemington in quick succession. Already we have mentioned the ...

    Article : 232 words

    MR. JOE THOMPSON, the popular metallician, returned from Adelaide on Monday, looking all the better for his trip to the "farinaceous city" and naturally in high glee at the result ...

    Article : 1,625 words
  9. V.A.T.C. General Meeting.

    THE Victoria Amateur Turf Club held their annual general meeting on Monday (the Hon. William Pearson in the chair), when the financial report was read and the balance-sheet ...

    Article : 231 words

    IN accordance with instructions received, I was present (as the SPORTSMAN representative) at the drawing of "Boz's" Sweep No. 6 on Thursday evening last. As the proceeding on this ...

    Article : 114 words

    Ca[?]field Cup.--Mountebank, Morceau, E[?]mond, Country Squire, Caractacus, Thorntopper, Signor, Verdure, Bundoora, Turqu[?]. Baron Von Mueller, ...

    Article : 71 words
  12. Touching the Training Doings.

    AND, talking of the aforesaid "Peep o' Day" it Flemington, the SPORTSMAN'S many th[?] and weekly perusers will please bear in mind that not only has this journal active and able ...

    Article : 502 words
  13. The Betting Market.

    OWING probably to the fact that Monday and Tuesday were Jewish holidays, betting has been almost stagnant this week, and although there in every indication of heavy wagering ...

    Article : 508 words

    [In next Wednesday's SPORTSMAN will be given No. 1 of "Caulfield Consideration," being a reives of the youngsters engaged in the Foal Stakes an [?], and tips for these two events, which are ...

    Article : 97 words
  15. Tips for Saturday's Hunt Meeting.

    THE Melbourne Hunt Club hold their customary October racing next Saturday, and having been successful in securing a considerable number of well-known horses to take part, ...

    Article : 250 words

    DURING the past week we have had a considerable quantity of rain--rather too much on last Thursday night and Friday. The training grounds were in want of a little moisture and that of the first part ...

    Article : 651 words
  17. Maribyrnong Plate Payers-up.

    MORE properly speaking the word forfeits, instead of "payers-up," should be used in the heading to this topic; but my object is more to draw attention to the youngsters left in this ...

    Article : 3,756 words
  18. The Coming Caulfield.

    THE customary sudden change and advances in wagering anent the important V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting, so soon to be decided, have already commenced, as will be seen by a reference to the ...

    Article : 394 words
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