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A ges from the 1st of January.

All regulations at Newmarket respecting racing to be strictly adhered to at Croxton Park, unless otherwise specified in the article of the race, or in the under-written rules:

The winner of any sweepstakes, plate, or match, to pay 5 sov, to the Racing-fund.

Five shillings entrance to be paid for each race (except the Melton plate) at the time a horse is nominated, and applications to the Stewards or Secretary for nominations must be accompanied by the like payment of 5s. or they will not be attended to. Should nomi. nations not be given, the entrance-money will be returned. The at. tention of owners and trainers is particularly called to this rule, as it will not be dispensed with. The entrance.money goes to the Racing-fund.

The colours of the riders to be declared to the Secretary, in writing, on the Tuesday preceding the races, upon all stakes, &c. then closed, and upon any afterwards made, at the time of entering, or forfeit 10s. 6d. and subject to the same penalty if altered after. wards. This will be strictly enforced.

The horses to be saddled upon the Course, in front of the Stand (weather permitting, of which the Stewards will judge) upon for. feiture of one sov.

Such Gentlemen only who are Members of the Croxton Park Club be allowed to ride at this meeting, except for the Farmers' plate, to which Farmers or their Sons will be privileged as usual.

Persons requiring ground for the erection of booths or stalls are requested to make application at the Park House.

On no account will carts or waggons be allowed to enter the Park with booths, stalls, or luggage, except with broad wheels.

All disputes to be settled by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint, and such decision to be final.

The Earl of WILTON, )
Lord FORESTER,

Stewards.
The Marquis of GRANBY,)

John Day, Secretary. COVENTRY, 1847, Will take place on Wednesday, the 10th of March. All the stakes close on the 10th of February to Messrs Weatherby, in London, or the Clerk of the Course, Coventry, and full particulars will be found in No. XXX of the Sheet Calendar, 1846.

J. MEIKLAM, Steward.
T. PETtitor, Clerk of the Course.

DURHAM, 1847. Thursday, April the 22nd.- The Craven Stakes of 10gs each, with 20 sov, added from the Racing-fund; three yrs old, 6st. 10fb. four, 8st. 3ib. five, 8st. 1 lib. six, 9st. mares and geldings allowed 3lb. the winner of 1001. at any one time in plate or stake to carry 5lb. extra. Three subscribers, or no race ; one mile and a half. To close and name the same day as the plates.

The Hunters' Stakes of 5 sov, each, for horses that have been regularly hunted during this season, with the Duke of Cleveland, Durham County, Hurworth, Bedale, Lord Elcho's, Mr Watson's, the Tindle, or Prudhoe, and Derwent Hunts, certificates of which must be produced from the respective masters; four yrs old, 10st. 121b. five, Ilst. 8ib, six and aged 12st. half-bred horses allowed 71b, a winner of 501. before the day of running to carry 3lb. extra ; Gentlemen riders ; two miles.

G. Gregson, Esq. W. Russell, Esq. H. Baker, Esq.

The Maiden Plate of 50 sov. given by the Members for the Northern Division of the County of Durham, for horses that never won 501, in plate or stake at any one time before the day of naming; three yrs old, 7st. 5lb. four, Est. 5lb, five, 8st. 10lb. mares and geldings ailowed 31b, heats, two miles,

FRIDAY.— The two yrs old stakes of 10gs. each, with 20 sov. added from the Racing-fund; colts, 8st. 3 lb. fillies, 8st, three quarters of a mile. To close and name on or before the Ist of April 1847.

The Cup Stakes of 10gs each, for horses that never won 1001. at any one time in plate or stake before the day of naming ; three yrs old, 6st. 10lb. four, 8st. 3lb. five, 8st. 10lb, six and aged, 9st. mares and geldings allowed 310. two miles.

To close and name the same day as the plates.
H. J. Spearmau, Esq. J. Bell, Esq. W. S. Standish, Esq.
J. Fawcett, Esq.

W. Russell, Esq. The Great Durham Handicap of 50 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 15 sov. each, 10 ft. and 3 if declared by the 20th March ; two miles.

To close and name on or before the 1st of March, and the weights to be declared on or before the 10th March, 1847. Ten subscribers, and five to accept, or no race.

W. Standish Standish, Esq. Mr H. Stebbings Mr J. Gill
Mr R. Hesseltine

Mr J. Osborne Mr W. Whilies Mr M. Brunton

SATURDAY.— The Members' Plate of 251. given by T. C. Granger, Esq. one of the Members for the City of Durham, added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each; three yrs old, 6st. 10lb. four, &st. 3lb. five, 8st. 101b. six and aged, 9st. m. and g. allowed 31b. a winner of 501, at any one time before the day of naming in plate or stake to carry 31b. if two or more, 5lb. extra; heats, two miles.

The Selling Stakes of 3 sov, each, with 25 added; three yrs old, 8st. four, 9st. five, 9st. 6lb, six and aged, 9st. 10lb, m. and g. allowed 3lb. the winner to be sold for 200 soy. if demanded, &c. if to be sold for 1501, allowed 7 lb. for 1001. 14ib, for 801, 181b. for 501. 21mb. and for 401, 28tb. heats, one mile and a quarter.

The Farmers' Plate of one guinea each, with a Purse added, for horses bona fide the property of Farmers residing in the county of Durham, the horses to have been in their possession for one month previous to the day of naming, four yrs old, 10st. five, Ilst. six, Ilst. 7 lb. half-bred horses allowed 10lb. heats, one mile.

The Craven, Hunters’ stakes, cup, and plates to close on Sature day before the races.

The rules of Newmarket, Doncaster, and Goodwood, will be strictly adhered to. WILLIAM RUSSELL, Esq. w

Stewards. WILLIAM STANDISH STANDISH, Esq. S

Wm. Perch, Clerk of the Course.

ABINGDON, 1848. A PRODUCE Stakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 10lb. fillies and geldings, 8st. 71b. untried stallions or mares allowed 3lb. a mile. Mr Sadler's b. c. by Venison, out of Folly Mr Fordham's ch. f. Amy, by Plenipotentiary, out of Joujou Mr John Day's b. f. Anglea, by Venison, out of Fortress Ld G. Bentinck's ch. f. Gabble, by Venison, out of Flycatcher

- b.f. by Touchstone, out of Olive Mr Pryse's c. by Coronation, out of Australia (31b.) Mr Fowler's b. f. Ribaldry, by Heron, out of Billingsgate, by Filho Mr C. Hook's f. (dead) by Camel, or Muley Moloch, out of

Europa Mr Etwall's b. c. (dead) by Thistle-whipper, out of Passion (31b.)

1849. The Produce Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, b. ft. for the produce of mares covered in 1845 ; colts, 8st. 10mb. fillies and geldings, 8st. 7 ib. untried stallions or mares allowed 31b. one mile. Mr Hook's br. c. Battlement, by Sir Hercules, out of Europa Mr Pryse Pryse's ch. f. by Bran, out of Australia (31b.) Mr John Day's b. f. Traitress, by Touchstone, out of Deceitful

(31b.) Mr Wreford, jun.'s b. f. by Venison, out of Wadastra Mr W. Etwall's b. c. by Thistle-whipper, out of Mopsa (31b.)

- b, or br. f. by Emilius, out of Pelerine (31b.) Mr Etwall's ch. f. by Emilius, out of Passion (31b.)

COUNTYOFDORSET AND BLANDFORD, 1847.

A PRODUCE Sweepstakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 9sp. and fillies and geldings, 8st. 6lb. a mile and a quarter; untried stallions or mares allowed 3ib. both, 5lb. a winner once to carry 3ib. twice, 5lb. extra ; the winner of the Derby or Oaks to carry 71b. over and above the extra weights. Mr John Day's br. f. Cora, by Coronation, out of Euryone (31b.) Mr Sadler's f. Moodkee, by Venison, out of Y. Defiance (3ib.) Mr Herbert's ch. c. Tantivy, by Elis, out of Pet

- b. f. by Elis, out of Zebra
- ch. f. by Elis, out of Antler's dam

br.f. Wee-bit, by Sheet Anchor, out of Miss Letty

1848. A Produce Stakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 9ib. fillies and geldings, 8st. 6lb. untried stallions or mares allowed 3ib. both, 5lb. Mr Herbert's b. f. Faith, by Sir Hercules, out of Zebra

- b. f. by Touchstone, out of Pet Mr John Day's b.c. The Alderman's Walk, by Venison, out of Euryone

DERBY, 1847,

Will commence on the 24th of August. The Tradesmen's Plate (handicap) of 15 sov, each, 10 ft. and 5 if declared on or before the 24th of July (in writing) to Messrs Weatherby, in London, or to the Clerk of the Course, with 100 sov.

added by the town of Derby; a winner of a handicap, with at least 100 sov. added, after the weights are declared, to carry 4ib. extra; the winner to give 20 sov. towards expenses, and the second horse to save bis stake; if walked over for, the public money will not be added; two miles.

To close and name (in writing) on the 22nd of April, to Messrs Weatherby, or to the Clerk of the Course, Derby Weights to be published on the 1st of July. Ld Duncannon Mr J. Peet

Mr H. Radford Ld Chesterfield Mr W. Taylor

Mr Skerratt Sir H. S. Blane Mr J. Fowler

Mr H. Forrester Mr J. B. Story

Mr E. Etches Mr S. L. Fox Mr T. B. Story Mr J. Cauldwell Mr C. Robinson Mr R Nicholson Mr W. Berrington Mr E. M. LI. Mostyn Mr W. E. Mousley Mr R. Choyce Mr J. Meiklam Mr H. F. Gisborne Mr T. Tunaley, jun. Mr B. Green Mr E. H. Hoskins

Wm. DENHAM, Clerk of the Course.

1849. A Foal Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, for foals of 1846 ; colts, 8st. 6tb. fillies, 8st. 31b. the winner of the Derby or the Oaks to carry 5lb. extra; once round the Course, about one mile and a quarter. Mr W. Bell's br. f. by Velocipede, out of La Femme Sage Ld Chesterfield's f. by Jereed, out of Rhodanthe

- c. by Don John, out of Dilbar Mr R. Choyce's ch. f. May Day, by brother to Riddlesworth, out of

The Rhine's dam Mr T. Dawson na. b. f. Aurea, by St Martin, out of Argentina, by Mulatto

cb.c. by Galanthus, out of Miss Branch (Dulcamaras's - br. c. by Galanthus, out of Dervegild (Rob Roy's dam) Mr Hesseltine's bl. f. by Velocipede, out of Aspen Mr Jaques's b. c. Camp Mate Mr J. Markwell na, ch. c. Newport, by Epirus, dam (1843) by Zime

merman, out of Jessy, by Emancipation-Eliza, by Smolensko Mr Meiklam's Raby Mr J. B. Minor's b. or br. c. Astley, by Clarion, out of Betty Bay

lock. Mr Mostyn's c. by Lanercost, out of Irony Mr Aldcroft Philips' ch. f. Crown Jewel, by Coronation, out of Maid

of Monton Mr F. R. Price's ch. c. The Wrestler, by Gladiator, dam by Panta

loon, grandam by Camel

dam)

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