Racing Calendar: Containing an Account of the Plates, Matches, and Sweepstakes, Run for in Great-Britain and Ireland, &c. in the Year ..., Volume 103

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A. Grant, 1875 - Horse racing

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Page xli - ... run any horse for any race either in his own name or in that of any other person, and any horse of which he is wholly or partly the owner, or which after the fact of his being warned off has been twice published in the Racing Calendar...
Page xlvii - No person shall start more than one horse of which he is the owner, either wholly or in part, and either in his own name or that of any other person, for any race for which heats are run.
Page liii - Stewards be present they shall fix upon a third person, being a member of the Club, in lieu of the absent Steward, but the Stewards, if they think fit, may call in any other members of the Jockey Club to their assistance, or may refer the case to a general meeting, if the importance or difficulty of the matter in dispute shall appear to them to require it.
Page xxxvi - When any match or sweepstakes shall be made, and no course mentioned, the course shall be that which is usually run by horses of the same age as those engaged ; viz. If yearlings, the Yearling Course.
Page xciii - ... called the Old Mile, is up hill the greater part of the way. The Swinley Course is the last mile and a half of the above. The New Course is one mile and five furlongs.
Page xcvii - The Metropolitan Course is 2 miles and a quarter ; for this race the horses start at the Winning-chair and run the back way of the Derby Course as far as the road, when they turn to the right and go round the hill, coming into the Derby Course again about a mile from home. The Craven Course is one mile and a quarter. The half-mile Course is straight, and exactly half a mile.
Page xli - For a plate, no person can run, either in his own name or in that of any other person...
Page li - Rule of liacing can be passed, nor can any existing Rule be rescinded or altered, without being previously advertised three times in the " Sheet Calendar," and notice given of the meeting of the Jockey Club at which it is to be proposed; and no new...
Page lv - A person, though chosen, shall not be considered as a member of any of these clubs until he shall have paid the usual sums for the admission and subscription of a new member. And the name of every member whose subscription shall be in arrear for one year shall be placed over the chimney-piece in the New Rooms and in the Coffee Room at Newmarket, in the Craven meeting of each year.
Page xlviii - Any horse running for a selling stake or plate is liable to be claimed by the owner of any other horse in the race for the price for which he is entered to be sold, and the amount of the stake — the owner of the second horse to be first entitled to claim...

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