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" Calendar by a name and his pedigree, it will be sufficient afterwards to mention him by his name only, even though he has never started. If the dam was covered by more than one stallion, the names of all of them must be mentioned. "
Racing Calendar: Containing an Account of the Plates, Matches, and ... - Page xxxviii
1846
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The Sporting magazine; or Monthly calendar of the transactions of the turf ...

1839
...is not " according to law," the 17th Rule of the Jockey Club expressly stating, " that if the dam be covered by more than one stallion, the names of all of them must be mentioned :" that the decision of the Stewards was, first, on ex-purte statements, and therefore not binding...
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the ..., Volume 23; Volume 73

Hunting - 1829
...auch other particulars as will be sufficient to identify the animal. If a hone has once appeared m the Racing Calendar by a name and his pedigree, it will be sufficient afterwards te mention Kim by his name only, even though he has never started. If the dam was covered by more than...
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The New Sporting Magazine, Volume 3

Hunting - 1832
...must be mentioned, together with such other particulars as will be sufficient to identify the animal. If a horse has once appeared in the Racing Calendar...afterwards to mention him by his name only, even though be has never started. If the dam was covered by more than one stallion, the names of all of them must...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1833
...inns' be mentioned, together with such other particulars as will be sufficient to identify the animal. If a horse has once appeared in the Racing Calendar by a name and his pedigree, it will be sufli :ifnt afterwards to mention him by his name only, even though he has never started. If the dam...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1835
...must be mentioned, together with such other particulars as will be sufficient to identify the animal. If a horse has once appeared in the Racing Calendar...stallion, the names of all of them must be mentioned. l8. If any horse, &c. shall be named or entered without being identified as before directed, he shall...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1838
...sufficient to identify the animal. If a horse has once appeared in the Racing Calendar by a name and hia pedigree, it will be sufficient afterwards to mention...the dam was covered by more than one stallion, the name* of all of them must be mentioned. 18. If any horse, &c. shall be named or entered without being...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1839
...must be mentioned, together with such other particulars as will be sufficient to identify the animal. If a horse has once appeared in the Racing Calendar...it will be sufficient afterwards to mention him by bis ( zxxrii ) name only, even though he has never started. If the dam was covered by more than one...
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History of the British turf, Volume 1

James Christie Whyte - 1840
...must be mentioned, together with such other particulars, as will be sufficient to identify the animal. If a horse has once appeared in the Racing Calendar...the dam was covered by more than one stallion, the name of all of them must be mentioned. l8. If any horse, &c. shall be named or entered without being...
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Guide to the Turf

Ruff William - 1847
...appeared in the Calendar by n name Ħimi his pedigree, it will be sufficient afterwards to mention him oy his name only, even though he has never started. If...stallion, the names of all of them must be mentioned. If any borse be named without being identified, hewill not be allowed to start ; but his owner will...
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Guide to the Turf

Ruff William - 1847
...or curried * '.he bcfile. If a jockey fall from hia horte, and once appeared in the Calendar by я name and his pedigree, it will be sufficient afterwards to mention him by his name only, even though he bas never started. If the dam was covered by more tlian one stallion, the name- of all of them must...
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