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Randwick

[rand-wik] /ˈrænd wɪk/
noun
1.
a city in E New South Wales, SE Australia, on Botany Bay and the Pacific Ocean: a suburb of Sydney.
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  • He was a crack shot, and had often won prizes at Brisbane and Randwick.

  • The sportsmen of Mulligan's never quite knew how they got out to Randwick.

    Three Elephant Power Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson
  • Glen Leigh went by the train to Randwick, and walked to Hadwin's stables.

    The Sweep Winner Nat Gould
  • Strange to say, it was Bricky Smiles who took the horse to Randwick.

    The Second String Nat Gould
  • The trainer's stables were at lower Randwick, where he had a comfortable house and about a score horse boxes.

    The Second String Nat Gould
  • He owned racehorses, and his trainer was Ivor Hadwin, who had stables on the hill at Randwick.

    The Sweep Winner Nat Gould
  • The Doctor there and I stole him from his box at Randwick, three months ago, and brought him out here by a means we understand.

    Sheilah McLeod

    Guy Boothby
  • Permission was given to exercise him on Randwick track, and much interest was manifested in the cup horse from 'way back.'

    Settling Day Nat Gould
  • Randwick presented the usual bustling scene, and everyone was on the tiptoe of expectation.

    Settling Day Nat Gould
  • Mr. White is the owner of a celebrated stud, and had that morning taken C. out to the race-course at Randwick to see his stables.

    Forty Thousand Miles Over Land and Water

    Lady (Ethel Gwendoline [Moffatt]) Vincent

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