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The Daily Dispatch: March 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Racing in the
Racing in the West. --A correspondent of the Spirit of the Times, writing from Louisiana, and referring to the Metairie Spring meeting, says: Some new drafts from Kentucky have already joined Col. Richards, to be trained for the spring campaign, which opens brilliantly on the 28th of March, with a hand to hand contest between Waccamaw and Costa Diva, the odds being $1,500 on the latter against $1,000 on the former, with a forfeit of $225 on the side that fails to take the field on t
nominations in this stake sixteen have been declared not to start and one has died, leaving seven capable of starting.
Among these is Ninette, own sister to Planet, and twice a winner this fall; Regret, winner of the Gold Cup Stake, at Natchez, Col. Richards' imp. ch. c. by West Australian; Gen. Wells' b. c. by Lexington; Col. Bingaman's b. c. Tom Reddy, by Imp. Scythian; Mr. Poindexter's b. f. by Imp. Albion; and Col. John Campbell's ch. f. by the "old horse" (Wagner,) out of Mary Taylor.