Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB

Fifty Pounds, given by Earl Somers, for horses of all ages.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Gwalter's b. m. Prude, by

9st.

3 2 Phantom, 6 yrs old, Ost. 10lb. (8. Mr. L. Charlton's ch. g. ConstanDarling)

11 tine, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb............ 2 dr. Mr. I. Day', br. h. Nimred, aged, Two to I on Prude. The first heat won easy, the second a severe race, and won by half

a neck. FRIDAY, July 18.-The CORPORATION Purse of 501. for horses of all ages.--Two-mile heats. Mr. Gwalter's b. m. Prude, by

Mr. L. Charlton's b. c. Macassar, Phantom, 6 yrs old, 8st. 7lb. (S. 3 yrs old, 6st. 10lb...

3 3 Darling)

11 Mr. Thorne's b. m. Forester Lass, Mr. Hickes's b. h. Hajji Baba, aged, aged, 8st. 111b....

4 dr. 9st. 3lb..

2 2 HANDICAP STAKES of five sovs. each, h. ft., with 40 added, for horses of all

ages.—Two-mile heats. Mr. Day's br. h. Nimrod by Topsy aged, 9st. 5lb..

2 2 Turvy, aged, Yrt. 5lb. (G. Boast), 1 1 Mr. Gwyther's b. h. Sailor, 5 yrs old, Mr. Thome's br. m. Forester Lass,

8st. 41b.....

3 3

.........

3

[ocr errors]

TAUNTON MEETING, 1828. THURSDAY, July 17.-The Tarnton Stakks of 10 sovs. cach, with 30

adde:1, for horses of all ages.---Two-mile heats.—Six subscribers. Mr. Bacon's b. c. Dandelion, by Merlin, 4 yrs old, 8st. 4lb. (Conolly) 1 4 2 1 Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Noureddin, 5 yrs old, 88t. 131b...

3 1 2 Mr. Hiard's b. m. Profile, 5 yrs old, 8st. 10lb.

5 0 3 3 Mr. John's b. h. Prenier, 5 yrs old, 8st. 13lb.

4 0 4 dr. Mr. Cooper's br. c. Leander, 4 yrs old, 8st. llb.

2 dr. The BOKOUOH MEMBERS' Purse of 50l. for horses of all ages,--Heats, twice

round. Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Upas, by Abjer, 5 yrs old, 8st. 101b. (G. Calloway) 2 1 1 Mr. Farquharson's b. h. Presentinent, aged, 9st. 71b.

12 dr. Mr. Fellowes's br. c. by Anacreon, 4 yrs old, 8st. 3lb.

3 3 dr. FIFTY Pounds, for horses of all ages.-Heats, two miles, and a distance. Mr. Bacon's ch. h. Paul Jones, by

8st. 71b.

2 2 Partinan, 5 yrs, 8st. 21b. (Conolly) 1 Mr. Cooper's br. c. Leander, 4 yrs Mr. Willie's ch. m. Aura, 6 yrs old,

old, 781. 716.

3 dr. FRIDAY, July 18.-The Ladies' Purse of 50l. for horses of all ages.Heats, twice round. Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Upas, by Ab- Mr. Bacon's ch. h. Paul Jones, 5 jer, 5 yrs old, 9st. (G. Calloway)... 1 yrs old, 9st........

2 dr. SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each, with a Silver Cup added, for horses not tho

rough-bred. Gentlemen riders.-Two-mile heats.-Six subscribers. Mr. Chambers's b. g. Gaslight, by

11st. Olb.

2 dr. Pendulum, 6 yrs old, 118t. llb. Mr. White's b. g. Moonshine, 6 yrs (Owner) 11 old, 11st. llb. (bolted)

dis. Mr. Jones's b. y. Counsellor, aged, The Town PURSE of 501. added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of five sovs. each,

for horses of all ages.--Heats, one mile and a distance.--Four subscribers. Mr. Bacon's b. c. Dandelion, 4 yrs of Propontis, 3 yrs old, 6st. 6lb... 3 2 old, 7st. 131b. (Conolly).

11 Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Upas, 5 yrs Sir E. Baker's ch. f. by Whisker, out old, 8st. 5lb.....

2 dr. A good race.

[ocr errors]

DERBY MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, July 22.-Sixty GUINEAS, given by the Duke of Devonshire,

for maiden horses of all ages.--Two-mile heats.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Walton ............

Mr. Owen's b.c. Clovis, by Piscator, dam by Orville, 3 yrs old, 78. 21b. (J. Cheswass)

5 1 1 Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. by Master Henry, 3 yrs old, 7st. 21b........

1 3 2 Mr. Charlton's bl. m. by Blacklock, dam by Knowsley, 5 yrs old, 8st. 8lb.... 3 2 Mr. Yates's br. g. by Paulowitz, 3 yrs old, 7st............... Mr. Roper's b. m. Butterfly, by Filho da Puta, 5 yrs old, 8st. 8lb. The Gold Cup, by eight subscribers of 10gs. each, for horses of all ages.

Three miles. Mr. Giffard's bl. c. Othello, by Blacklock, 4 yrs old, 8st. 21b..................walked over. The DBVONSHIRE BTakhs of 25gs. caeh, 15 ft. for three-year-olds : colts,

8st. 7lb. ; fillies, 8st. 41b.-- Once round and a distance. - Three subscribers. Mr. Walker's b. f. Mayflower, by Ma. Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. by Master

gistrate, dam by Cervantes (J. Gar. Herry, out of Lady Caroline, by butt)

2 WEDNESDAY, July 23.-SIXTY GUINEAS, for horses of all ages.- Threemile heats. Mr. White's b. 8. Granby, 6 yrs old, 78t. Blb.......

3 2 old, 8st. 21b...........

11 Mr. Yates's b. m. Little-bo.Peep, Mr. Houldsworth's ch. f. by Magis. 5 yrs old, 8st. 21b.

2 dr. trate, out of Harriet's dam, 4 yrs SWEEPSTAKES of 20 sovs. each, for two-year-olds :- colts, 8st. 2lb.; fillies, &st.

Half a mile.
Mr. Giffard's br. f. Lucy, Sister to Le. Smyrna

3 viathan, by Muley, dam by Windle... I Mr. Houldsworth's b. c. Uncle John, by Colonel Yates's br. c. 0. D. v. by Mr. Sherwood or Magistrate, out of Miss Lowe-Gin ......... 2 Maltby's dam

4 Mr. Platel's b. f. Little Nolly, by SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each, for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 7lb. ; fillies,

Bst. Alb.One mile and a half.-Eleven subscribers. Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. by Master gistrate

2 Henry, out of Lady Caroline, by Mr. Owen's b. c. Clovis, by Piscator Walton ......................

1 (bolted) Mr. Walker's b. f. Mayflower, by Ma.

.......

WINCHESTER MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, July 22.-PRODUCE STAKES of 50 soys. each, h. ft. for threes

year-olds.-One mile.-Fourteen subscribers. Mr. Payne's ch. c. Oppidan, by Ru- Mr. Day's ch. f. Zelinda, by Rubens, bens, out of Dorina, 8st. 41b. (W. 8st. 4lb.

3 Arnull)

1|Mr. Trelawney's b. c. by Whalebone, Mr. Shard's b. f. Baleine, by Whale. out of Angelica, by Rubens, &st. 4lb. 4 bone, 8st. llb. .....

2 Even betting on Oppidan. Won cleverly. SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each, with 25 added by the County Members, for

three and four-year-olds.--New mile.-Five subscribers. Mr. Mills's br. c. Gamelius, by Whale.

: 1. 2

Mr. F. Craven's b. c. Pandarus, 4 yrs

Even betting. A fine race. His Majesty's Purse of 100gs. for four-year-olds and upwards.--Four-mile

heats. Mr. Mills's br. h. Brownlock, by Blacklock, 6 yrs old, llst. 121b. walked over. SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each, with 25 added, by the County Members,

for horses of all ages.--Heats, one mile and a half.-Five subscribers. General Grosvenor's gr. c. Goblet, by

old, 8st. 9lb....

3 2 Skim, out of Tetotum, 3 yrs old, Mr. Biggs's br. f. Heptagon, 4 yrs 7st. (A. Pavis)

11 old, 8st. llb.................. 2 dr. Mr. Gauntlett's br. m. Gamelia, 5 yrs Gamelia the favorite. Won easy. The winner was claimed, according to the articles,

for 120 SOY.

WEDNESDAY, July 23.-The Crry MEMBERS' PURSE of bal. for four. year-olds and upwards. Two-mile heats. Mr. Mills's br. c. Gamelius, by Whalebone, 4 yrs old, 7st. 9lb. (T. Cowley) 3 ! ! Mr. Gauntlett's br. m. Gamelia, 5 yrs old, 8st. Alb.

12 dr. Mr. Radcliffe's b. h. Lawrence, 5 yrs old, 8st. 4lb. .............................. 2 dr.

Even betting on Gamelius. Won easy. The LADIES' Purse of 601. for horses of all ages..Two-mile heats. Mr. Gauntlett's gr. c. Goblet, by Skim, 3 yrs old, 7st. (A Pavis) ............ 3 1 1 Mr. Jones's b. f. Sister to Teniers, 3 yrs old, 6st. 11lb.........

1 2 dr. Mr. Dundas's br. c. by Robin Adair, out of Euphrasia, 3 yrs old, 7st. 2 dr.

Six to 4 on Goblet, before and after the heat. Good race. THURSDAY, July 10.-SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft. for three year-olds.--New Mile.-- Four subscribers. Mr. Payne's ch. c. Oppidan, 8st. 71b. Mr. Sadler's ch. c. Challenger, by Ru. (W. Amull).

bens, Bst. 71b.

............... 2 Five to 4 on Challenger. A fine race, won by only a head. The NOBLEMEN and GenTLEMEN'S Purse of 501. for horses of all

ages. Two-mile heats. Mr. Gauntlett's gr. c. Goblet, by

7st. 5lb.

......... 3 2 Skim, 3 yrs, 7st. 10lb. (A. Pavis)... 1 1 Mr. Craven's b. c. Pandarus, 4 yrs Mr. Dilly's ch. f. Zelinda, 3 yrs old,

old, 8st. 81b.

2 dr. The STRATHFIELDSAY STAKES of five sovg. each, with 25 added, for horses

of all ages.-Heats, one mile and half. Mr. Sadler's eh. f. Dabchick, by An. Mr. Gauntlett's br. m. Gamelia, 5 ticipation, out of Tokay's dam, 3 yrs old, 8st. 9Ib.

2 2 yrs old, 6st. Illb. (Chapple)......... 1 1 Six to 4 on Dabchick. Won cleverly.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

EXETER MEETING, 1828, WEDNESDAY, July 23.-The DEVONSHIRE STAKES of 25 sovs. each,

15 ft. and only five if declared, &c. for horses of all ages.-About two

miles. Mr. John's b. h. Premier, by Phantom,

78t. 91b. 5 yrs old, 8st. 31b. (Trenn)......... 1 Mr. Scott's b. c. Gros de Naples, 4 yrs Sir L. Glynn's eh. h. Noureddin, 5 yrs old, 8st. old, 8st. 121b.

2 Mr. Hiard's b. m. Profile, 5 yrs old, Mr. Bacon's b. c. Dandelion, 4 yrs old, 8st. llb. Four subscribers paid 15 sovs. each, and 10 others who declared by the time prescribed

paid only five sovs. each. Even betting on Dandelion. 'Won easy. A PIECE Of PLATE value 100 sovs. by subscribers of 10 sovs. each, for horses

of all ages. Once round the Old Course. Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Upas, by Ab.

Mr. Bacon's ch. h. Paul Jones, 5 yrs jer, 5 yrs old, 8st. 1216. (Calloway) I I old, 8st. 12lb.

2 3 Mr. Fellowes's br. c. by Anacreon, Mr. Trelawney's b. c. Fadladeen, 4 yrs old, 7st. 9lb.

yrs old, 786 6lb.

3 dr. Three to I on Paul Jones. Won easy. SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each, with 30 added, for horses of all ages.Gene

tlemen riders. One mile heats.-Nine subscribers. Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Noureddin, by Captain Bastard's ch. m. Sontag,

Aladdin, 5 yrs, 12st. (Mr. Davis) 1 l by Rubens, 6 yrs old, I 18t. 9lb.... 3 dr. Mr. Jones's b. g. Counsellor, aged, Mr. S. Trelawney's b. f. Elfrida, 12st. 2lb.

4 2 by Grasshopper, out of Barbara, Mr. Trelawney's b. c. Fadladeen, 4 3 yrs old, 8st. gib.

8 dr. yrs old, 11st. ......................... 23 The City MEMBERS' PURSE of 501. for horses of all ages.-One-mile heats. Mr. Bacon's boC. Dandelion, by yrs old, 8st.

.......... 22 Merlin, 4 yrs old, 8st. (Conolly)... 1 1 Captain Hardwicke's b. g. Jericho, Mr. Scott's b. c. Gros de Naples, 4 6 yrs old, 9st. 31b..................... 3 dr.

THURSDAY, July 24.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft. with 50
added, for all ages.-Gentlemen riders.—Heats, once round and a distance.-
Fifteen subscribers.
Mr. Taunton's ch. m. Prosody, by

yrs old, 11st. 5lb..

3 3 Don Cossack, aged, llst. 131b. Mt. Worth's br. c. Tarquin, 4 yrs (Mr. Davis). 11 old, 10st. 41b. (fell)..

2 dir.. Mr. Scott's b. h. Crumpet, 5 yrs old, Mr. King's b. f. Iris, by White llst. 5lb......

4 2 Rose, out of Mouse, 4 yrs old, Mr. Fellowes's b. h. by Anacreon,

10st. llb....

5 dr. out of Sister to Upright Judge, 5 A PURSE of 100 sovs., given by the Inhabitants of Exeter, for all ages.

Heats, once round and a distance. Sir L. Glynu's ch. h. Upas, by Ab- Mr. Fellowes's br. c. by Anacreon, jer, 5 yrs old, 10st. (Calloway)...... 11 4 yrs old, 7st. 9lb..

4 dr. Mr. Bacon's ch. h. Paul Jones, 5 yrs Mr. Scott's Gros de Naples, 4 yrs old, 8st. 121b. 2 2 old, 8st. 2/b......

6 dr. Mr. Niard's b. m. Profile, 5 yrs old, Captain Bastard's ch. m. Sontag, 8st. 121b...... 5 3 yrs old, 7st. llb...

7 dr. Mr. Jones's b. h. Counsellor, aged, Dr. Trelawney's b. f. Elfrida, 3 3 4 yrs old, a feather.

8 dr. The Ladies' PURBE of 60 sovs. for all ages.—Heats, once round and a

distance. Mr. Trelawney's b. c. Fadladeen, by Foxbury, 4 yrs, 7st. Blb. (Trenn)... 5 0 1 ! Mr. Taunton's ch. m. Prosody, aged, yst. 8lb.

102 dr. Mr. Scott's Gros de Naples, 4 yrs old, 76t. 9lb.....

4 3 dr. Sir L. Glynn's ch. h. Upas, 5 yrs old, 10st.....

................ 2 dr. Mr. Worth's br. c. Tarquin, 4 yrs old, 7st. 8lb.

3 dr.

8st. 121b......

LIVERPOOL MEETING, 1828. WEDNESDAY, July 23.—The Sefton STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft.,

with 30 added, for horses of all ages.-One mile and a quarter.-Five

subscribers. Mr. Darnell's ch. c. Gameboy, by Oc- Sir T. Stanley's ch. c. Herbert Lacy, 3 tavian, 3 yrs old, Cat. 121b. (J. Gray) 1

yrs old, 6st. 121b.

3 Mr. Şimpson's b. f. Young Duchess, 4 Sir W. Wynne's b. f. Sabrina, 4 yrs old, yrs old, &st. 21b.....

2 8st. 21b. Even betting between Gameboy and Herbert Lacy. Won easy. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added, for horses not thorough-bred.

Two miles.-Nine subscribers. Mr. Bretherton's b. & Sawney, by Lord Anson's gr. f. Sister to Mayflower,

X Y 2, 4 yrs, 9st. 5lb. (R. Johnson) 1 by Cannon Ball, 4 yrs old, 9st 3 Mr. France's b. in. Miss Horner, 5 yrs Mr. Thompson's bl. 5. Oliver Snape, old, 10st. 3lb.......

aged, 10st. 10lb.... Three to 1 on Sawney. Won in a canter. HANDICAP STAKBB of 20 sovs. each, h. ft., with 20 added, for three and four

year olds. Two miles.--Ten subscribers. Mr. Giffard's br.c. The Weaver, by Grey out of Maid of Milan, 3 yrs, Est. 61b. 4

Walton, 4 yrs old, 7st. 9lb. (W. Lear) 1 Mr. T. 0. Powlett's b. c. Popsy, 4 yrs * Mr. Johnson's ch. c. Jupiter, 4 yrs old, old, 8st. 3lb. 7st. 10lb...

2 Mr. Darnell's br. f. Nivalis, 4 yrs old, Duke of Leeds's b. f. Lunaria, 4 yrs, Est. 3

78t. 121b............ Sir T. Stanley's br. c. by Filho da Puta,

Seven to 4 agut Lunaria, and 5 to 2 agst Popsy. Easy. The WATERLOQ Gold Cup, value 100 sovs., given by Mr. Lynn, of the W&

terloo Hotel, added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. cach, for horses of all ages.

-Two miles and a distance.-Eleven subscribers.
Mr. Jackson's br. c. The Corsalr, by Sir T. Stanley's br. h. Doctor Faustus,

Champignon, 4 yrs old, Rut. 21b. (R. 6 yrs eld, Sst. (recd. 15 sovs.........
Johnson) ...qoida

Two to 1 pu Doctor Faustus. Won easy.

.................................

..........................................

..................................................

MAIDEN PURSE of 601. for horses of all ages.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Turner's b. C. Clinton, by Blacklock, out of Sister to Sophy, 3 yrs old, 6st. 81b. (Robinson).......

3 1 1 Sir W. Wynne's ch. c. Stapeley, 3 yrs old, 6st. 81b.. ......

1 2 2 Mr. Jackson's b. c. The Earl, 3 yrs old, 6st. 8lb.....

2 dr. The Earl the favorite at starting; after the first heat even betting on Stapeley; after

the second heat, 3 and 4 to 1 on Clinton. Won easy. THURSDAY, July 24.-The WILTON STAKES of 15 sovs. each, p. p., with 30 added, for three and four-year olds.-Two miles. Mr. Simpson's b. f. Young Duchess, yrs old, 8st8lb

2 Sir (S. Templeman)

4 yrs old, 8st. 5lb.......

3 Lord Grosvenor's 'b. c. Mavrocordato, 4

Six and 7 to 4 on Mavrocordato. A good race. The GREAT LANCASHIRE STAKES of 30 80vs. each, h. ft., with 30 sovs. added,

for three-year-olds.--One mile and a half.-Three subscribers. Mr. Darnell's ch. c. Gameboy, by Octavian, dam by St. George, 8st. 5lb... Walked over. The Sefton GOLD CUP, value 50gs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5gs. each, for

horses, &c. not thorough-bred, 12st. each.-Heats, two miles and a distance.

-The second received 20gs.-Four subscribers. Mr. Humble's br. m. Molly Lowe (Mr. Case).................

2 2 1 1 Mr. Lea's b. g. Champion.....

0 1 2 2 Mr. Crosthwaite's br. g. Emral (fell).. ..........

1 dis. Town PURSE of 120gs. for horses of all ages.--Heats, two miles and a half. Sir T. Stanley's ch. h. Grenadier, by Waterloo, aged, 9st. (Templeman)...... 1 3 1 Mr. Jackson's b. f. Mary Ann, 3 yrs old, 7st. llb.

0 1 3 Mr. Margetson's br. c. by Comus, 4 yrs old, 8st. 71b..........

0 2 2 Mr. T. 0. Powlett's b. c. Popsy, 4 yrs old, 8st. 21b.....

2 dr. Six to 4 agst Mr. Margetson's colt, 5 to 2 agst Grenadier, and 6 to 1 agst Popsy ; after

the first heat even betting on Mary Ann; after the second heat 5 to 4 on Mary Ann, and 2 to 1 agst Grenadier. A most excellent race.

FRIDAY, July 25.—The TRADESMEN's Gold Cup, value 100gs., with 100 sovs. in specie, added to a Handicap Stakes of 15 sovs. each, io ft. and five if declared, &c. The second horse to receive 20 sovs. out of the Stakes, and also 30gs. given by the Corporation of Liverpool.—Three miles and a distance. -Twenty-six subscribers, eight of whom having declared ft. by the time prescribed paid five sovs. each. Mr. Johnson's ch. C. Jupiter, by Tramp,

yrs old, 7st. 121b.

2 4 yrs old, 7st. 101b. (J. Jacques) 1 Mr. Jackson's b. c. The Corsair, 4 yrs Lord Grosvenor's b. c. Mayrocordato, 4 old, 7st. Illb.....

3 The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Thompson's ch, h. Predictor, 5 yrs ton, 4 yrs old, 8st..

0 old, 8st. 4lb.

0 Mr. Giffard's br. c. The Weaver, 4 yrs Mr. Clifton's b. c. Fylde, by Antonio, old, 7st. lllb. (fell) 4 yrs old, 8st........

Lord Derby's br. c. Necromancer, 4 yrs Sir T. Stanley's b. c. Joceline, by Cat. old, 7st. 9lb.

0 Four to 1 each agst The Corsair, Predictor, and The Weaver, 5 to 1 agst Filde, 6 to 1

agst Joceline, 7 to 1 agst Jupiter, 100 to 6 agst Mavrocordato, and 100 to 7 agst Ne.

[ocr errors]

Won easy.

cromancer.

A SWEEPSTAKES of 20 sovs. each, for three-year-old fillies, 8st. 3lb. –One mile

and a distance. Three subscribers. Mr. Clifton's ch. La Danseuse, by Lord Derby's br. c. Manta, own Sister Blacklock, out of Madame Saqui, to Urganda......

2 (Nelson)........

Two to I on Manta. Won easy. MUNTERS' STAKES of 10 sovs. each, p. p. for horses, &c. not thorough-bred.

Two miles and a distance. Five subscribers. Mr. Bretherton's b. g. Sawney, by X Y Z, 4 yrs old, 10st. 1llb. ............walked over. The ORMSKIRK PURSE, value 60 sovs. for horses of all ages.

5.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Turner's b. c. Clinton, by Blacklock, 3 yrs old, 6st. 101b(W. Lear)... 1 3 VOL. XXII, N. S.No. 133.

I

« ZurückWeiter »