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Col Peel's b. c. Lidermere, by Slane, out of Palmyra
b. c. Lapidist, by Touchstone, out of to Mr Pedley's ch. c. Wide-awake, by Irish Birdcatcher, ont of Ætherea
ch, c. Stratagem, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Benevolence
b. or br. f. Trousseau, by Gameboy, out of Bridal
- br. c. Harbinger, by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo
br. c. Don Carlos, by Don John, out of Valentina Mr. W Scott na. ch. f. Bess of Hardwick, by Ithuriel, out of Snowdrop, by S pencer Mr J. Shepherd's bl. c. Sir Charles Napier, by Picaroon, out of Miss Matthews Mr W. M. Shepherd's br. c. King of Trumps, by Velocipede, out of Post-tempore's dam. Mr J. Singleton's jun, br. c. Lazarus, by Lanercost, out of Smike's dam Ld Stanley's b. c. Longbow, by (thuriel, out of Miss Bowe --- b. or ro. c. Merry-go-round, by Ithuriel, out of Tour de Force
b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Meeanee Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. Young Hawthorn, by Lanercost, out of Alice Hawthorn - --ch. c. Alfred the Great, by Orlando, out of Deminus, by Bran
ch. c. Ovando. by Orlando, out of Switch
b. c. Serrano, by Orlando, out of Nanny
- br. C. Jerry, by Fancy-boy (1843) by Hetman Platoff-Velocipede - -- br. c. by Fancy-boy, out of Miss Gilmour Mr R. Stephenson's b. c. Fancy Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Fancy, by Osmond -- br. c. Vortex, by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynn
br. c. Caracara, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Yarico
--b.c. Chimney Sweep, by Touchstone, out of May
TUESDAY, April 15.-The Two YEAR OLD STAKES of 10 sov, each, h. ft., with 20 added,
for two year olds, colts 8st 71h, and fillies 8st 3lb. The winner to pay 5 sovs. towards
expenses. Straight half-mile-10 subs. Mr G. Barton's b. f. Lady Hesketh
Mr Hutton's br, f. Dame Tattle Mr Bowes's b. f. b y H. Platoff-Maid of Baron Rothschild's b. c. Hyacinth Lune
MrJ. Shepherd's ch, c. King of Trumps Ld Eglinton's b. c. The Sheltie
Mr H. Stebbing's b, f. Laura Bell Mr Harrison's b, f. Needle
Mr Wintringham's br. f. Negress Mr S, Hawke's ch. c. Paddy Bird The MALTON HANDICAP of 10 sov. each, 5 ft., and only 3 if declared, &c., with 100 added; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 15 sov. towards expenses. A winner of any handicap value 50 sov., after the weights are declared, to carry 5lb., of two or more slb. extra. Two miles. -47 subs., of whom 29 declared, &c.
Age. st. b. Mr Hebblethwaite ns. b. m. The Cocktail (h. b.), by The Provost.
• 5 8 7 Hon F. Lawley ns. bl. h. Chantrey, by Touchstone .
: . 5 8 i Sir C. Monck's br. h. Vanguard, by Touchstone . Mr R. Harrison's br. g. Make-ready, by The Provost. Mr J. D. Robson's bl. c. The Sweep, by The Saddler. Mr J. Scott's b. c. Mulgrave, by Sleight-of-Hand . Mr J. Hutchinson ns. 6. m. Mary Nobbler, by Talleyrand Mr W. M. E. Milner ns. br. g. Joe Sutherland, by Y Sir C. Slingsby ns. bl. c. Flash, by Ithuriel . . Mr R. T. Kingston ns b. f. The Abbess of Jervenut, by Gladiator. Col Thompson ns. ch. g. Magic Wand, by Sleight-of-Hand Mr John Gill's b. c. Esculapius, by The Doctor.
CATTERICK BRIDGE, 1851.
er er en
mout of Finesse, 5 fra by Jeremy Didamed Sir Tatton Sykes :
Ld Eglinton's b, f. Pessima, by Galaor
by Galao . . . . . Mr R. Hesseltine's ch. f. Unity, by Anti-Repealer
. 3 5 12 Mr E. W. Topham ns. b. c. Presto, by Sleight-of-hand Mr Pedley's bl. f. Paquetta, by The Provost . Mr W. Stebbings's b. c. Guardsman, by Faugh-a-Ballagh .
3 5 3 Mr Willoughby ns. b. f. The Little Fawn, by Venison .
3 5 0 The WELHÁM Cup, value 25 sovs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, for hunters not thorough-bred, &c.; four-year-olds, 10st. 121b. ; five, list. 91b. ; six and aged, 12st.
To be ridden by gentlemen, or by farmers or their sons. Two miles-13 subs. Mr Benson ns. gr. g. The Artist, aged | Mr R. Rowlay's ch. b. Ralph Russell, 5 yrs Mr Belwood's gr. m. The Colonel's Gift, 4 yrs Mr J. Simpson's b. g. View Halloo !) yrs Mr R. Bower's gr.m. Madame Thillon, aged Sir Tatton Sykes's b. g. by Stumps, dam by Capt Broadley's b. g. by Jeremy Diddler, Young Phantom, aged
Mr J. Wheble's ch, m. Castanette, aged Mr Jewison ns. b. m. The British Queen, 6 yrs Mr W. F. Wheble's b. g. Goliah, aged ti\/2\22\\2 \/22\\2\§Â§Â2Ò22–2–2?2?Â2â?ti 2\ò►Ò2ÂòÂÂ2Ò2Â?2?Â?Â2Ò2ÂòÂ?2??2ti2m22 Mr Littledale's b. g. The Sherif, aged l aged WEDNESDAY.The CLARET STAKES of 10 sov. each, h. it., with 20 added, for three
year olds, colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 4lb. The winner to pay 5 sov. towards
expenses. One mile and a half-6 subs, Mr Allen's ch.c. The Saxon
Baron Rothschild's b. e. by Charles XII., Mr J. Barton's br. c Newman Noggs
dam (1842) by Tonchstone Mr Hesseltine's ch. f. Unity
Mr H. Stebbing's b. c. The Cutler Mr T. Lister's br. f. Nancy The CONVIVIAL HANDICAP of 10 sov. each, 5 ft., and only 3 if declared, &c., with 50 added; the second to save his stake; the winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses. A winner of a handicap value 50 sov., after the weights are declared, to carry 5lb., of two or more, or of the Malton Handicap, 8lb. ext. One mile.--23 subs., of whom 8 declared, &c.
Age. st. Ib. Mr T. Parr's ch. g. The Clothworker, by The Prime Warden. . . 5 8 7 Mr T. Dawson's b. m. The Cocktail (h. b.), by The Provost
82 Sir Charle's Monck's br. h. Vanguard, by Touchstone.
. . 5 8 0 La Eglinton's ch. h. Belus, by The Provost
. 3 5 Mr Pedley's bl. f. Paquetta, by The Provost
. 3 4 0 Mr Harrison's bl. c. by Prince Caradoc, out of Miss Jul
12 Mr J. Scott's b. f. Louie, by Emilius or Voltaire.
411 The TALLY-HO HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, b. ft., and only 3 if declared by the 20th of
March, with 20 sovs. added, for horses of all denominations. To be ridden by gentlemen. The winner to pay 5 sovs. to the Judge. One mile and a half.-9 subs. Age st. lb.
Age st. lb, The Baroness, by Verulam
| Chantrey, by Touchstone . 5 Smuggler Bill, by The Commodore
Joe Sutherland, by Y. Longwaist 5 or The Saddler
Tordesillas, by Touchstone Fleur de Seine, by Voltair
Imagination, by Lanercost. 3 Scarborough, by Ratan
Deceiver, by Sleight-of-Hand . 5
CATTERICK BRIDGE, 1851.
Mr. CARTWRIGHT, Clerk of the Course. Mr. RICHARD JOHNSON, Judge. THURSDAY, April 3.- The REVIVAL STAKES, handicap of 20 sov. each, h. ft., and only
5 if declared by the 15th of March, with 30 sov. added; for four year olds and upwards; the second horse to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses, and 5 gs. to the Judge. The winner of any handicap value 100 sov. after the weights are declared to carry 5lb. extra. Two miles. Should the highest weight accepting be under 8st. 71b., it will be raised to that weight, and the rest in proportion.
Mr J. H. hat. The Yaller du Bountiful
Age, st. lb,
Age. st. Chantrey, by Touchstone . 5 8 7 Lady-I-am-off, by Sheet Anchor 6. 3 Belus, by The Provost . . 5 8 7 Joe Sutherland, by Y. Longwaist 5 7 3 The Cocktail(h.b.)by TheProvost 5 8 3 Carthaginin, by Young Priam 5 7 3 Fleur de Seine, by Voltaire 6 ñ 9 Esculapius, by The Doctor 4 7 2 The Magnet, by Camel ... aged 7 8 | Mulgrave, by Sleight-of-Hand. 4 7 0 Third year of the First EASBY TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sov, each, h, it, for
the produce of mares covered in 1846, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.; the second to
save his stake, and the winner to pay 5 sov. towards expenses. Two miles. 25 subs. Mr Cookson's ch, f. Sugar-cane (dead) Mr Jaques ns. b. c. Thackeray Mr Cuthbert's b. f. Maladroit
Mr A. Johnstone's br. c. The Welshman Mr M. Dawson's b. f. Leather
- b. c. by Voltaire-Executrix Mr W. H. Dawson's ch. f. Particle
*+Mr Meiklam's b. c. The Italian Ld Eglinton's b. c. Mavur's
Mr J, H. Peart's ch. f. Halcyon ch. c. The Knight of Anenel La Glasgow's br. c. by Bay Middleton, out Mr Pedley's gr. or ro. f. Lady Bountiful of Canada
b. c. Timothy *Mr Gill's br. c. Esculapius
Capt Pott's b. c. Wallace Mr Holloway's b. c. by Venison, out of Mr J. Scott's b. c. Cyprus Magdalene
– ch. c. Pitsford Mr Jaques's b. f. Wayfarer
Mr Stephenson's b. f. Sacrifice Mr Hutchinson's bl. c. by Ratan-Sunset
- b. f. Whim * Mr Jaques's b. o. Dauphin The above Stake was won in 1849 by The Italian by two lengths, Timothy second, Esculapius
third. The starters, which included Weldon, since disqualified by the death of the nominator, are denoted by an asterisk.
In 1850 walked over for by The Italian. Second year of the SECOND Easby TKIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sov.each, h. ft, for
· the produce of mares covered in 1847, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 31b; the second to save • his stake, and the winner to pav 5 sovs. towards expenses. To start at the end of the
straight run in, and go once round and in.-24 subs. •Mr W. Allan's b. c. Neashim
Mr Meiklam's br.c. Tom Holtby *Mr Dawson's br. c. British Boy
Mr J. H. Peart's br. c. by Velocipede, out La Eglinton's b. c Cnaus
of Albatross Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of Mr Peck's b. f. Maid of all Work Miss Whip
Mr Robinson's b. f. Nudia (late Confession) Mr C. H. Holloway's br. g. Edward of Yurk Mr J. Scott's br. f. Frolicsume. MrJ. Hutchinson's b. f. Sunrise
b. f. Louie Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre-nous
b. c. Presto b.f. Heirloom
Mr Shafto's ch. f. bv Red Deer - Pecunia - ns. c. by Melbourne-Vignette Mr Stephenson's ch. c. Roman - ns. br. f. St. Etienne
b. f. Confidence Mr A. Johnstone's ch. f. Marion
Mr W. Allan's Themis, covered by Hetman - br. f. by Charles XII. - Executrix Platoff, produce not declared Mr Meiklam's b. f. Prudery Won in 1850 by Neasham by a neck, Presto second, c. by Trueboy third, und Heirloos
fourth; only four ran.
Te's dann.c. Si cheltiend
First vear of the THIRD EASBY TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. it.
for the produce of mares covered in 1848, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb. ; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 5 sovs. towards expenses. Straight run in
21 subs. Mr Cookson's br. c. Claverhouse
Mr Hesseltine's f. by The Squire, out of Join- br. f. Launceletta
ville's dam Mr Cuthbert's b. c. Glendinning
Mr Jaques's b. c. Snarler Mr T. Dawson's b. f. The Bitch
-- b. c. The Sheltie --- ch. c. The Varmint
Mr Meiklam's b. c. Clereland Mr W. H. Dawson's f. by The Squire, out | – - br. f. Evadne of Portion
Mr J. J. Robinson's ch. f. Agnes Wickfiel Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm-Physalis MrJ. Scott's b), f. Songstress
ch. f, by John-o'-Gaunt, out of - --- ch. f. Canina Conspiracy
Mr Stephenson's br. c. Carncark ('apt Harcourt's b. c. Burndale
MrJ. Williamson's. b, c. Im prompts Mr Hesseltine's br. f. Catch-'em
I Ld Zotland's br. f. Lady-bird
The FrLLY STAKES of 15 sov. each, 10 ft., for three year old fillies, 8st. 31b. each. One
mile and a hall. Mr Hesseltine's ch. f. Unity
| Mr Pedley's bl, f. Paquetta Mr Meiklam's ch. f. Avia
| Mr J. Pilling's b. f. Brandy Nan FRIDAY.–The SHORTS of 10 sov. each, for two year olds, colts 8st 71b, fillies 8st 41b. Three
furlongs and 154 yards. Mr Chilton's b c. Liberty
| Mr Meiklam's vadne Mr C. Harland's b. f, Uralia
MrJ. Osborne's br. f. Iresine
| Mr H. J. Thompson's b. c. Gholab Singh Mr Meiklam's b. c. Border Boy
| Ld Zetland's bl. f. The Leading Article The CHAMPAGNE STAKES of 20 sov. each, h. ft. for two year olds, colts 8st. 61b., fillies
8st. 21b. The winner to pay 5 gs. to the fund. About 6 furlongs. Id Eglinton's b. c. Themistocles
Capt Harcourt's b. c. Burndale Mr Hesseltine's b. c. Killarney
| Mi Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland
RICHMOND, 1851. SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., Allies &st. 3lb.;
3lb. allowed, &c. Grey stone in. Capt Harcourt's b. c. Burndale
| Ld Zetland's ch, c. Augur Mi Milner's ch, c. The Golden Age
CHESTER SPRING, 1851.
Col. PEEL, Hon. Major PITT, and Hon. Col. ANSON, STIWARDI. Mr. E. W. TOPHAM, Clerk of the Course, Mı. HIBBURD, Starter Mr. T. Whiti, Judge. TUESDAY, April 29.-- The PALATINE STAKES of 15 sov. each, 5 ft., with 100 added ; for
three year old fillies 8st. 71b. each; maidens at the time of naming allowed 3lb ; having started twice at that time 5lb., and thrice or more 7lb,; the winner of the 1000 gs. stakes at Newmarket 4lb., or of any other sweepstakes (handicaps excepted), or plate, in 1851, of 100 sov. clear 21b. extra; the second to receive 20 sov. out of the stakes. The winner to pay 10 sov, towards expenses. From the Castle pole, once
round and in, rather more than a mile and a-quarter.-21 subs. Mr Copeland's b. Drill (31b.)
Mr Minor's br. Manilla (31b.) Mr Dawson's b. Tightwaist
Mr R. E, Oliver's ch. Ischia (71b.). Mr Dillon's ch. Shan Van Vocht (31b.) Mr J. Osborne's b. Brandy Nan (3lb.) Mr Fletcher's b. St. Hilda (71b)
Mr Pedley's b. Paquetta ( 7lb.) Mr Gratwicke's b. Hesse Homburg
Mr E. Phillip's b. Truth Mr Gregory's b. by Irish Birdcatcher-Wa-'D of Richmond's ch. Hurtu-scurry Alb.) dastra (71b).
Mr Sharratt's br. Miss Helen (31b.) Sir J. Hawley's b. Merry Peal (71b.) Ld Strathmore's b. The Incurable (alb.) b. Vermuth (31b.)
Ld Stanley's ch. Iris (31b. Mr Humphries' b. Laura Middleton (31b.) Mr Waring's br. Gloom (qíb.) Mr H. Johnson's br. Confidence (ilb.) Mr J. Wilson's br. Queen Bee (77b.) The Mostyn STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added; for two year olds, colts Sst. 6lb.
Allies and geldinge 8st 21b.: the second to receive 20 sov, out of the stakes. The winner to pay 15 sov. towards expenses; a winner in the present year of 100 sov, clear to
carry 31b. extra. Three-quarters of a mile,-19 subs. MrG, Barton's b. c. Bethgelert
| Mr Jamieson's b. f. Merriment
Mr Mare's b. f. sister to Hatherton
Mr J. Scott's br. c. Don Carlos
Mr J. Smith's ch. c. Foam - bl. c. Lucio
Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. Young Hawthorn Mr S. Hawkes's ch. c. Paddy Bird
Mr Treen's br. i. The Grand Duchess Mr Hooper ns ch, or ro. f. Dorothea
MWadlow's b. f. Miss Lavinia
Hurry-scurry, by Pantaloon
The CHESTERFIELD STAKES, & Handicap of 10 sov. each, with 100 added, for three year
olds; the second to receive 25 sov, out of the stakes. The winner to pay 10 soy, towards expenses; a inner of a handicap subsequent to the publication of the weights, of the value of 100 sov. clear, to carry 5lb. extra. Once round and a distance.-17 subs.
st. Ib. 100.000 THB st. 16. Aristos, by Red Deer . .
Milk Boy, by Melbourne
O RDE Brenda, by Napier
Mona's Pride, by Joinville Emily Bell, by Emilius.
Oleander, by Touchstone.de Harpsichord, by Touchstone .
Paquetta, by The Provost. We Henrietta, by Merry Monarch.
Scar, hy Plenipotentiary TRB Hesse Homburg, by Robert de
Shan Van Vocht, by Mercury orlist Gorham :
Jolly Tar . . ...
By VENISON, c.Madame Wharton, by Cardinal
'Verulam) Puff .
voo! Worcester, by Colwick A nd Margaretta, by King of Kelton
50 WEDNESDAY.-The TRADESMEN'S PLATE of 200 sov, in specie, added to a Handicap
Sweepstakes of 25 sov. each, 15 ft., and 5 only if declared, &c.; the second to receive 50 sov. out of the stakes, the third to save his stake, and the winner to pay 25 sov. towards expenses. The winner of either the Northamptonshire Stakes, Metropolitan Stakes at Epsom, Newmarket Handicap, or the Somersetshire Stakes in 1851, to carry 10lb., or of any other handicap race of the value of 200 sov., including the winner's own stake, 5lb. extra. Cup Course, about two miles and a quarter.-194 subs., 111 of whom declared.
Age. st. lb. Mr J. Adkins na, ch, h. Peep-o'-day Boy, by Harkaway
• aged 8 10 Mr Payne's ch. m. Glauca, by Cotherstone.
8 8 Mr Mangan's ch, c. Russborough, by Tearaway
8 6 La Eglinton's b. h. Elthiron, by Pantaloon
8 2 Mr Barber na. ch. h. Woolwich, by Chatham
5 8 0 La Enfield's b. c. The Bee Hunter, by Gladiator
i 4 7 12 Sir J. Hawley's b. h. Vatican, by Venison .
. 5 7 10 Capt. Archdall's br. c. Windischgratz, by Jeremy Diddler
. 4 7 10 Col. Anson's br. h, Backbiter, by Gladiator or Don John
• 6 7 9 Mr Maiden's br. h. The Iron Duke, by Tory Boy La Chesterfield's br. m. Lady Evelyn, by Don John.
• 5 7 8 Major Pitt's b. h. Vampyre, by Mus
. aged 7 7 Mr S. Merry na. b. h. Raby, by The Doctor La Enfield's b. c. William the Conqueror, by Touchstone
4 77 Mr Drinkald's br. c. Cyprus, by Ithuriel Mr Day's br. c. Blarney, by Mulatto or Ballinkeele. La Waterford's b. h. Duc au Durras (h. b.) by Molyneux
6 75 Mr Drinkald's b. h. Sauter la Coupe, by Sleight-of-hand Mr Cartwright na. br. h. Langton, by Lanercost Mr Meiklam's br. c. The Italian, by Touchstone Mr Greville's b. m. Clarissa, by Pantaloon.
~ 3 Mr W. Candler na. ch. m. Spot, by Meteor.
7 3 Ld Eglinton's ch. c. The Knight of Avenel, by The Doctor. Ld Strathmore's br. h. Montague, by Philip the First.
572 Mr Treen's br. h. Rhesus, by Sleight-of-hand Mr Disney s ch. h. Sir Richard, by Retriever Mr T. Dawson na. b. m. The Cocktail (h. b.), by The Provost Mr Harrison's br. c. Seaman, by The Sea . Bell's Life na. br. h. Loadstone, by Touchstone Mr J. Sargent's br. c. The Knight of Gwynne, by Gilbert Gurney
6 12 Mr R. Johnson na, br. f. Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost .
6 12 Mr Drinkald's ch. g. Dulcet, by Dulcimer .
6 10 Ld Strathmore's br. c. Garforth, by Yaxley.
6 10 Mr J. Thompson na, bl. c. Damask, by Touchstone.
6 10 Ld Dunkellin na. ch. g. Sir Robert (h. b.), by Tariff
6 10 Mr Pilling's br, f. Lady Eden, by Auckland.
6 10 Mr Padwick na. ch. c. Brother to Dough, by Tearaway
6 10 Mr Pedley's b. c. Prior of Lanercost, by Lanercost .
6 10 Mr Forster's ch. c. Mickleton, by Epirus .
. 4 6 10 Ld Beesborough's ch. c. by Gladiator, out of Zenobia (Khorassan's dam); 4 6 10 Mr Deacon na. ch. h. Caurire (h, b.), by David or Arthur
. 5 6 6