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Mr J. Verrall's br. c. Little Muley, 2 yrs (401.)
- Esling 4 2 2 Mr T. Smith's b. g. Trebonius, 3 yrs (401.) 8st. . . 5 3 3 Mr Matthews's br. c. Guzman, 3 yrs (401.) 8st. 3ib.
T. Brown, jun. - 3 dr First heat won by half a length ; second by a length ; third, half a
SALISBURY. THURSDAY, August the 13th.-Produce Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft for three yrs old ; one mile and a half (Il subscribers). Mr Wreford, jun.'s b. f. Wit's-end, by Venison, walked over.
The Wiltshire Stakes of 25 sov. each, 15 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c. the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; a winner once after the handicap is published to carry 3ib. twice or more, 51b. extra ; two miles (36 subscribers, 27 of whom paid only 5 sov. each). Mr Herbert's ch. h. Ajax, by Dr Syntax, aged, 8st. (including 31b. extra) .
- Sly 1 Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. Giantess, 4 yrs, 7st. 31b. (including 31b. extra)
- Rolph 2 Ajax made the running, Giantess reached him a few strides from
home, but after a short struggle Ajax won by balf a neck. The City Members' Plate of 50 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov, each ; one mile and a half (4 subscribers). Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. Giantess, by Leviathan, 4 yrs, 8st. 6lb. Rolph 1 Mr Herbert's ch.h. Ajax, aged, 9st. 5lb. .
- Sly 2 Mr W. Sadler's New Forest Deer, 5 yrs, 8st. 111b. w. Boyce 3 New Forest Deer made the running to the turn, when she went
out; it was then taken up by Ajax and carried on to the stand, when the mare challenged and won rather cleverly by half a,
length ; the same distance between the second and third. The Stand Plate of 50 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, h. fr. for two and three yrs old: the winner to be sold for 3001, the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; half a mile. Mr Dixon's b. f. Fraudulent, by Venison, 3 yrs, 8st. 4ib. T. Day 1 Mr Herbert's b. f. by Elis or Venison, out of Odessa, 2 yrs, 6st. 9lb.
Donaldson 2 Sir Ř. Pigot's br. f, Birthday, 3 yrs, 8st. 4ib. - Rolph 3
Won by half a neck. The Queen's Plate of 100gs; three yrs old, 8st. 2ib. four, 93t. 6lb. five, 10st. six and aged, 10st. 3lb. three miles. Sir J. B. Mill's ch. f. Miss Elis, by Stockport, 4 yrs, walked over.
The Ladies' Plate of 30 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each; heats, T.Y.C. Mr W. Sadler's b. m. New Forest Deer, by Venison, 5 yrs, 8st. 7tb.
• W. Boyce II Sir Á. Pigot's br. f. Birthday, 3 yrs, 7st. 41b . • 2 dr Mr King's ro. c. Sparsholt, 4 yrs, 8st. - - • 3 dr
Friday.— A Sweepstakes of 30 sov. each, b. ft. for two yrs old; T.Y.C. Straight run in (4 subscribers). Mr Wreford's br. c. by Venison, or Sultan Junior, out of Monimia, 8st. 71b. .
- A. Day 1 Mr R. Boyce's br. c. Cottesford, 8st. 71b. - W. Boyce 2
Won by twenty lengths. The Salisbury Handicap of 20 sov, each, b. ft. and only 5 if declared, &c, with 150 added (100 by the City of Salisbury, and 50 by J. H. Campbell Wyndham, Esq. M.P.); a winner once after the handicap is published to carry 3ib. twice or more, 5ib, extra ; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake, and the winner paid 15 sov. to the Race-fund; two miles and a quarter (24 subscribers, 13 of whom paid only 5 sov, each). Mr J. Day's ch. c. The Hero, by Chesterfield, 3 yrs, 7st. 6lb.
A. Day 1 Mr Jones's gr, f. Miss Shirley (half-bred) 3 yrs, 5st. - Burn 2 Sir J. Mill's Giantess, 4 yrs, 8st. 9ib. (including 3ib. extra) - 3
Won in a canter by two lengths. The gold Cup, value 100 sov, in specie, by subscription of 10 sov. each, the surplus to have gone to the second horse; two miles (11 subscribers). Mr J. Day's The Hero, 3 yrs, walked over.
The County Members' Plate of 50 sov. added to a Handicap of 5 sov. each ; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake;
T.Y.C. (7 subscribers).
a neck for third. The City Bowl, value 18 sov, in specie, with 12 from the Racefund, added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each, for all ages: the winner to be sold for 2501. or ‘allowances if to be sold for less; one-mile heats (5 subscribers). Mr King's ro. c. Sparsholt, by Venison, 4 yrs (2001.) 7st, IIb 2 1 1 Mr St Leo's b. m. Eliza, aged (2001.) 8st. 8ib.
- 1 2 2 Mr Dixon's Fraudulent, 3 yrs (1001.) 5st. 131b. - - dis Fraudulent came in first by five lengths the first heat, but having
carried 6ib. short of weight, was distanced ; second heat won by four lengths; third heat by three lengths. The winner was claimed
MONDAY, August the 17th.-The Selling Stakes of 5 sov. each, with 20 added; three yrs old, 7st. 21. four, 8st. 2ib. five, 8st. 8tb. six and aged, 8st. 10lb. m. and g. allowed 31b. the winner to be sold for 150 sov, if demanded, &c. one mile and a half. Capt. Peyton's The Magnet, by Camel, 4 yrs - Bumby 1 Mr T. Walter's br. g. Ratcliffe, 5 yrs - Wintringham 2 Mr W. E. Hobson's b. g. Bedale, 4 yrs
. G. Abdale 3 Mr T. Dawson's b. c. The Old Boy, 3 yrs - - Lye 4 2 to 1 agst Magnet, 7 to 2 agst Ratcliffe, and 9 to 2 agst Bedale.
Won cleverly by a neck. The Two yrs old Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 20 added, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 5ib. and fillies, 8st. 2ib. a winner of a Two yrs old stakes to carry 3lb. extra ; horses having started and not won allowed 31b. T.Y.C. Mr Hesseltine’s b. f. Louisa Newell, by Jereed - Bumby 1 Mr Meiklam's b.c. Bannockburn MrJ. Osborne's ch. c. Hyderabad
Wintringham 3 Mr Jaques's br. f. Miss Martin - - Cartwright 4 2 to l each agst Miss Martin and Louisa Newell, and 3 to 1 agst
Bannockburn. Won easily by a length and a half, Bannockburn beating Hyderabad by half a length, and the latter beating
Miss Martin by three quarters of a length.
T. Lye, the rider of Bannockburn, claimed the stakes for Mr Meiklam, on the ground that Louisa Newell ought to have carried 3lb. extra for previous winning ; but Mr Hesseltine contended that his filly had no right to carry the extra weight, as the race won by Louisa Newell was for two and three yrs old, and, therefore, it could not properly be denominated a Two yrs old stakes.
Fifty Pounds given by the Members for the City of Ripon, for horses that never won that value; three yrs old, 7st. 2. four, 8st. 3lb. five, 8st. 10m. six and aged, 9st. 216. m. and g. allowed 3lb. two-mile heats. Mr T. Walters's br. g. Ratcliffe, by St Nicholas, 5 yrs
Bumby 5 4 1 1 Mr Smith's b. e. Charley, 3 yrs
T. Lye 3 1 4 2 Mr Stebbings's ch. g. Billy Purvis, 3 yrs (carried , 7st. lib.)
Wintringham 2 2 2 Mr Lancaster's Lutestring, 3 yrs - Longstaff 4 3 3 Mr J. Osborne's Hopeful, 3 yrs (bolted) G. Abdale i dis Mr H. Dougill's br. m. by Sheet Anchor, 5 yrs
Hunter dis First heat won by half a neck; second heat in a canter; third and
fourth by a neck. TUESDAY. - The Great St Wilfred Handicap of 10 sov. each, 5 ft. and only 3 if declared, &c, with 20 added; the winner paid 3 sov, to the Judge ; two miles (10 subs. 3 of whom paid only 3 sov. each). Mr Lane Fox's b. g. Little John, by Recovery, 5 yrs, Est. 2/b. .
J. Marson 1 Mr Harrison's Lady Mallorie, 3 yrs, 6st. 101. Duncan 2 Mr Jaques's ch. c. Spur, 3 yrs
Irvine 3 Mr G. Mapgle's Comical Boy, 4 yrs, 8st. · Cartwright 4 6 to 4 agst Lady Mallorie, 2 to 1 agst Little John, 3 to l agst
Spur, and 4 to 1 agst Comical Boy. Won by half a neck ; Spur a good third; Comical Boy beaten off. There were only two subscribers to the Hunters' Stakes; but Mr Kendall, who named Miss Hudson, 4 yrs, walked her over the course and elaimed the forfeit.
There was no race for the City Stakes.
TUESDAY, August the 18th.—The Bromsgrove Stakes of 10 sov. each, h. ft. with 40 added; the second horse saved his stake ; heats, twice round and a distance. Mr Eskreet's b. c. Exhort, by Giovanni, 4 yrs, 8st. 7 ib.
H. Bradley 1 Mr T. Williams's b, c, by Chit-chat, out of Blanche, 3 yrs, 7st. - 2 Mr W. Smith's b. g. Master Downes, 4 yrs, 8st. 71b.
The Hewell Stakes of 3 sov. each, with 20 added: the winner to be sold for 1001, or allowances if to be sold for less; heats, twice round and a distance. Mr Pearce's b. f. Florine, by Bentley, 4 yrs (401.) 8st. 21b.
Collinbourne 1 1 Mr Davenport's b. g. Chester, 4 yrs (201.) 7st. 9rb.
2 2 Mr Taylor's br. f. by Barnacles, out of Rosa, by Figaro, 4 yrs (401.) 8st. 215.
. - dr WEDNESDAY.-A Hunters' Stakes of 3 sov, each, with 20 added ; heats, twice round and a distance (4 subscribers).
Mr Cowper's br. c. Roebuck, by Venison, 4 yrs Brown 3 11 Mr Will's ch. c. by The Count, out of Polly (h.-b.) 3 yrs 1 2 2 Sir C. Cockerell's br. m. Niobe, 5 yrs
- 2 3 3 The Grafton Manor Stakes of 5 sov, each, with 30 added; twice round and a distance (4 subscribers). Mr Cooper's br.c. Roebuck, 4 yrs, 8st. 121. H. Darling 1 Mr Eskreet's b.c. Exhort, 4 yrs, 8st. 12ib.
The Hack Stakes of 2 sov, each, with 10 added, for horses that never won 301. at any one time : the winner to be sold for 301. if demanded, &c. the owner of the second borse recd. back his stake ; heats, once round and a distance (5 subscribers). Mr Phillips's ch. f. Elei, by Elis, 3 yrs, 9st. Denman 1 2 1 Mr Davis's b. c. Wat Tyler (half-bred) 3 yrs, 9st. - 4 1 2 Mr Pearce's br. c. Joe Banks, 3 yrs, 9st.
• 3 4 3 Mr Tayler's br. f, out of Rosa, 4 yrs, 10st. 21b.
. 2 3 dr
TUESDAY, August the 18th.- A Sweepstakes of 2 sov, each, with 10 added : the winner to be sold for 401. heats, a mile and a half. Mr Brown's br. c. Pretender, by Stockport, 3 yrs, 8st.
Drewe 1 4 1 Mr Stollard's b. h. The Leg, 5 yrs, 9st. 10lb. . . 4 1 2 Mr Tubb's ch. m. Nubia, 5 yrs, 9st. 71b. .
2 2 dr Mr W. Killard's Somerset, aged, 10st. llb. - - 3 3 dr
The winner was claimed. The Hurst Stakes of 3 sov. each, with 15 added, three yrs old, 8st. 4ib, four, 9st. gib. five, 10st. 3lb. six and aged, 10st. 121b. m. and g. allowed 3ib. a winner this year, 5lb. extra, the winner to be sold for 601. heats, one mile and a half, was won by Mr I. Sadler's b. f. Witticism, by Sultan Junior, 4 yrs, 9st. 5lb.
(Sadler) beating Nubia, 5 yrs, 10st. Pretender, 3 yrs, and one other.
The Tally-ho Stakes of 5 sov. each, with 21 added, three yrs old, 8st.8lb. four, 9st. Gib. five, 10st. 4ib. six and aged, 10st. 12lb. m. and g. allowed 3lb. a winner in 1846, 5lb. twice, 7lb, extra, the winner to be sold for 801. heats, a mile and a half, was won, at four heats, by Mr Treen's b. f. Wild Roe, by Venison, 4 yrs (Treen) beating Mr
W. Sadler's Messenger, 3 yrs, Mr Skelton's Father Mathew, aged,
The second was a dead heat.