Page images
PDF
EPUB

Eve, Inheritor, &c.) by Walton ; grandam, Anticipation, by Beningbrough; great grandam, Expectation, by King Herod, &c. &c.

Picaroon is the sire of the following, all winners:-Coal Black Rose, Emma, Joe Raphael, Pantasa, Princess Olga, Queen Pomare Twysoges, and Joinville (one of the best three year olds of his year, being the winner of the Gratwicke stakes of 2,450 sov, at Goodwood, and was winning the Drawing Room stakes at the same meeting, but fell lame when only a few lengths from home); he is also the sire of Montpensier, brother to Joinville, now a great favourite for the ensuing Derby.

Picaroon was himself a superior racer, but having met with an accident at three years old, put a stop to his racing career. In 1837, when two years old, he carried off the Mersey stakes at Liverpool July, and the Champagne stakes at Holywell Hunt, beating large fields.

All expenses to be paid before the mares are taken away.

At Burghley, near Stamford, PLENIPOTENTIARY, at 15 sov. a mare, and one sov. to the groom. PHLEGON, by Beiram, or Sultan, out of Lucetta, at 10 sov. each

mare, and one sov. to the groom. SCUTARI, at 10 sov. a mare. BEIRAM, at 10 sov, a mare.

At Cawston Lodge, 3 miles from the Rugby Station. PANTALOON, at 12gs each mare, and one guinea to the groom. He

is sire of Satirist (winner of the St Leger) Ghuznee (winner of the Oaks) Van Amburgh, Slander, and many other good horses.

Good accommodation for mares and foals.
Grass and hay at 9s. per week. Corn at the market price.
All expenses to be paid before the mares are taken away.

At Mr C. Pybus's stables, at Catterick,
THE PROVOST; at 10gs each mare, groom's fee included.

Further particulars upon application to Mr C. Pybus.

At Mr. Pybus's, Catterick,
RATAN, at 7gs a mare, and half a guinea to the groom.

Hay and grass for foaling mares at 9s. per week; barren mares, at 8s. Corn at market price.

All expenses to be paid before the mares are taken away.

At Ham, near Arundel, ROBERT DE GORHAM, at 15 sov. a mare (groom's fee included).

Every accommodation for mares. Foaling mares at 10s. a week ; barren mares, 9s. Corn at the market price.

Ham is within 2 miles and a half of the Little Hampton Station.
For further particulars, apply to Robert Mates, the groom..

At Wilton House, near Salisbury, forty mares, besides those of his

owner, by subscription of 25 sov. each, and one guinea to the groom. SIR HERCULES, by Whalebone, out of Peri, by Wanderer“-Alexander-Rival, by Sir Peter, &c.

He is sire of The Corsair, Cruiskeen, Coronation (winner of the Derby) Hyllus, Robert De Gorham, Vibration, Venus, Newcourt, Faugh-a-Ballagh (winner of the Doncaster St Leger in 1844) &c.

The money to be paid before the mares are taken away.

The best accommodation for mares and foals at 9s. per week ; corn, if ordered, at the market price.

Subscribers' names will be taken at the Office of Messrs Weatherby, London, and by the stud-groom, Wilton House, Salisbury.

At Hampton Court Paddocks,
SLANE, at 25 sov. and one sov. the groom.
ION, at 15 sov. and one sov. the groom.

At Sennicots, 2 miles from Chichester (if not previously disposed of) SENSATION, by Slane, out of Adela, by Emilius, out of Filagree,

by Soothsayer, &c. at 3 sov. a mare, and 10s. to the groom ; winners, or dams of winners, gratis. He is a rich brown, without white, 15 hands 3 inches high, and remarkably good-tempered.

Accommodation for mares on the usual terms.
For particulars, apply to Mr G. Clark, Sennicots.

At Yardley, 4 miles from Birmingham, on the Coventry road (if not

let or sold) SIR ISAAC; full-bred mares at 10gs; half-bred mares, 3gs.

Good accommodation for mares at 88. per week. Corn, if ordered, at the market price.

At Halewood Farm, near Liverpool, THE SEA, thorough-bred mares at 10gs ; half-bred ditto at 3gso groom's fee included.

The Sea is of the very best blood in England ; got by Whalebone,

dam by Orville, her dam by Sir Solomon, out of Miss Brim, by Highfiyer.

of the very few Whalebone horses now covering in England The Sea is the youngest; and breeders in the north must remember that he is the only one in that part of the country.

He is a remarkably handsome and well-made horse, of a dark brown colour, standing 15 hands 3] inches high, with particularly good and bony legs, has an excellent constitution, a very fine temper, good action, is quite sound, and is one of the gamest horses that ever ran.

He has never served mares regularly, having only covered two mares belonging to his late owner, who hunted him up to the close of last season. The produce of one of these mares, Mermaid, won the Anglesey's, which is the Derby of Ireland ; and Wave, a two years old, out of the same mare, won the 100gs stake at the Curragh, and another produce stake last October, the only two races she has started for. The produce of the other mare is a very fine colt, called Merman, which was deeply engaged last spring, but went amiss, and has not run. These are the only two thorough-bred mares that he has covered.

Hay and grass on the usual terms, corn, if ordered, at the market price.

Apply to Mr Patterson, the bailiff, at Halewood Farm, near Liverpool. All expenses to be paid before the mares are taken away.

At Mr Pettit's, Newmarket,
ST FRANCIS, at 10gs a mare, and half a guinea to the groom.

At Eaton,
TOUCHSTONE, at 30 sov. a mare (groom's fee of one sov. included

The total number of mares will be limited to forty.
Hay and grass at 9s. per week. Corn at the market price.
All expenses to be paid before the mares are taken away.

At Mr Isaac Sadler's, Stockbridge. VENISON, by subscription, forty mares, besides those of the owner, at 25gs a mare, and one guinea the groom.

Subscribers' names to be sent to Mr Sadler, Stockbridge ; notice will be given when the subscription is full. The money to be paid before the mares are taken away.

At Shadwell, near Leeds, VELOCIPEDE, at 15g8-a mare (groom's fee included).

Good accommodation for mares and foals on the usual terms.

Velocipede is sire of Queen of Trumps, winner of the Epsom Oaks and the Doncaster St Leger in 1835; of Amato, winner of the Epsom Derby in 1838; of Vanish, winner of the Doncaster Two yrs old stakes in 1845; of Hornsea, second in the St Leger in 1835; and of Carolina, second in the Oaks in 1839. His stock have won the following sums—1833, 5001. ; 1834, 3,5101. ; 1835, 13,3641.; 1836, 6,7451. ; 1837, 4,1281. ; 1838, 9,1961. ; 1839, 3,5651. ; 1840, 3,4011. ; 1841, 1,8281. '; 1842, 5,8011. ; 1843, 7,6741. ; 1844, 7,9111. ; 1845, 6,3401. ; 1846, 5,7301. : total, 79,6931.

Velocipede's stock have obtained 27 cups, and the following horses have individually won as follows-Amato, 3,8251. ; Armytage, 1,415l.; Capote, 1,0551.; Chit-chat, 2,8031.; Draco, 1,9001. ; Ébberston, 1,6651.; General Pollock, 1,5821. ; Hornsea, 2,1351.; Joe Lovell, 4,2801.; Knight of the Whistle, 3,4271.; Lady Sarah, 1,0051.; Lá Kelburne's c. 1,5001; Meteor, 1,5001.; Mickleton Maid, 1,6301. ; Millepede, 2,1651. ; Queen of Trumps, 6,5901. ; The Skater, 1,1431.; Valparaiso, 1,4001. ; Vanish, 1,1901. ; Verbena, 1,4651. ; Vertumnus, 1,0051.; William le Gros, 3,7921. ; Winesour, 1,4101. ; Wood Pigeon, 1,0551.

All expenses to be paid before the mares are taken away.
Apply to George Thorpe, Shadwell, near Leeds.

At Lowfold, Wisborough Green, Sussex, 5 miles from Petworth, 10

from Horsham, 6 from Pulborough, and 17 from Guildford. VOL-AU-VENT, a dark bay horse, by Voltaire (sire of Charles the

Twelfth) out of Pauline (Gladiator's dam) by Moses ; thorough-bred .mares gratis.

Good accommodation for thorough-bred mares at 6s. a week. Corn at the market price.

For further particulars, apply to the bailiff, Lowfold.

At the Manor Farm, Hart, near Hartlepool, Durham. VOLTAIRE, at 8 sov, a mare, and half a sov, to the groom.

Hay and grass for foaling mares at 9s. per week; barren mares, 8s.

WINNERS OF THE DERBY, OAKS, & ST LEGER

STAKES,
FROM THEIR COMMENCEMENT.

Tag

Derby.

Oaks.

St Leger. * 1778 . - •

Hollandaise 1779 - -

Bridget

Tommy 1780 Diomed

Tetotum

Ruler 1781 Young Eclipse Faith

Serina 1782 Assassin

Ceres

Imperatrix 1783 Saltram

Maid of the Oaks Phenomenon 1784 Serjeant

Stella

Omphale 1785 Aimwell

Trifle

Cowslip 1786 Noble

The Yellow Filly Paragon 1787 Sir Peter Teazle Annette

Spadille 1788 Sir Thomas Nightshade Young Flora 1789 Skyscraper

Pewett 1790 Rhadamanthus Hippolyta

Ambidexter 1791 Eager

Portia

Young Traveller 1792 John Bull

Volante

Tartar 1793 Waxy

Cælia

Ninety-three 1794 Dædalus

Hermione

Beningbrough 1795 Spread Eagle Platina

Hambletonian 1796 Didelot

Parisot

Ambrosio 1797 Br. c. by Fidget Niké

Lounger 1798 Sir Harry

Bellissima

Symmetry 1799 Archduke

Bellina

Cockfighter 1800 Champion

Ephemera

Champion 1801 Eleanor

Eleanor

Quiz 1802 Tyrant

Scotia

Orville 1803 W.'s Ditto

Theophania Remembrancer 1804 Hannibal

Pelisse

Sancho 1805 Cardinal Beaufort Meteora

Staveley 1806 Paris

Bronze

Fyldener 1807 Election

Briseis

Paulina * In 1776, a sweepstakes on exactly the same conditions as that which was afterwards named the St Leger, was won at Doncaster by Ld Rockingham's br. f. by Sampson, and in 1777 by Mr Sotheron's Bourbon; but the first St Leger, so called at the time, was won by Hollandaise.

« PreviousContinue »