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THE HOO (Herts).
*** Ages from the 1st of May. SATURDAY, April the 18th.—The Farmers' Plate (handicap) of 401. given by the Hunt, the owner of the second borse recd. 51. from the Club, heats, once round, was won, at two heats, by Mr Nightingall's ch.g. St Albans, by Glaucus, 5 yrs, 13st. 7ið.
(owner) beating three others.
The Claret Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 25 added by the Hunt Club, for horses named by Members of the Herts Hunt Club: the winner to be sold for 3001. if demanded, &c. Gentlemen riders, according to the Goodwood articles; once round, about a mile and a half (8 subscribers). Mr Shelley's b. c. Hawkesbury, by Liverpool, 3 yrs, 10st. 71.
Mr G. H. Moore 1 Mr Hobson's Chatham, 3 yrs, 10st. 7 ib. - - Mr Rolt 2 Mr G. Ongley's Mystery, 3 yrs, 10st. 7ib. , Mr Scobell 3 Ld Glamis na. Mr May's Crocus, 5 yrs, 12st. Ld Glamis Mr Ames na. Mr Manning's Fairplay, 6 yrs, 12st. 4ib.
Ld Maidstone Won by a head; Mystery beaten by a head for second ; the others
beaten off. Mr Shelley's b. c. Hawkesbury, 3 yrs, 12st. 4ib. (Mr Moore) beat Mr Delme Radcliffe's Ochiltree, aged, 10st. 41b. (owner) T.Y.C. 25 sov. - Won by three lengths.
The Scurry Stakes of 5 sov, each ; llst. 7rb. each : the winner to be sold for 401. Gentlemen riders, according to Goodwood articles ; half a mile (13 subscribers). Mr Nightingall's ch. h. St Albans, by Glaucus, 5 yrs Mr Scobell 1 Mr Mason's br. h. Artful Dodger
- Mr Rolt 2 Mr M. Ongley's b.c. Mount Pleasant, and four others also started.
Mr Cox's Miller's Maid (owner) beat Mr Hill's Rocket (owner) 16st. each, once round, 20, h. ft.
The additional Farmers' Stakes, 12st, each, heats, once round, was won, at two heats, by Mr Archer's Rebel, 4 yrs, beating five others.
BATH AND SOMERSET COUNTY MEETING.
TUESDAY, April the 21st.-The Lansdown Trial Stakes of 15 sov. each, 10 ft. with 50 added by the Committee; three yrs old, 7st. four, 8st. 7. five, 9st, six and aged, 9st. 31b. m. and g. allowed 31. the winner paid 51. for weights and scales, and 51, to the Judge; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; one mile (12 subscribers). Mr A. W. Hill's b. f. Burlesque, by Touchstone, 3 yrs Crouch 1 Mr Wall's The Crown Prince, 3 yrs (car. 7st. 2ib.) Wakefield 2 Sir J. Gerard's br. c. Pantasa, 4 yrs
- Marlow 3 D. of Richmond's br. f. Refraction, 4 yrs - Flatman 4 Mr Hook's b, f. Buttress, 3 yrs ·
- A. Day 5 6 to 4 on Burlesque, 5 to 2 agst Refraction, 5 to 1 agst The
Crown Prince, and 7 to 1 agst Pantasa. Won by a length;
The Weston Stakes of 15 sov, each, 10 ft. with 25 added, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 9ib. f. and g. 8st. 4ib. the produce of untried horses or mares allowed 3lb. both, 510. the winner paid 21. for weights and scales; the Straight balf-mile (10 subscribers). Ld G. Bentinck's ch. c. Glentilt, by Plenipotentiary Flatman 1 Ld Caledon's gr. f, Maid of Lorette (31b.)
- Marlow 2 Mr Treen's ch. c. by Euclid, dam by Taurus, out of All-fours' dam (5ib.)
- A. Day 3 Mr Yarworth’s b. f. Commerce - - E. Edwards 4 7 to 4 on Glentilt, and 5 to 1 each agst Maid of Lorette and
Commerce. Won by a length. The Somersetshire Stakes of 25 sov. each, 15 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c. with 100 added by the Committee ; the winner paid 10 sov. for preparing the Course, and 51. for weights and scales; the owner of the second horse saved his stake; two miles and a distance (81 subscribers, 48 of whom paid only 5 sov. each). Mr Cuthbert's b. m. Queen of Tyne, by Tomboy, aged, 7st. 9fb.
Flatman 01 Mr O'Brien's br. h. Lord Saltoun, 5 yrs, 7st. lib. Francis 0 2 Mr E. Griffiths's b. b. Newcourt, 6 yrs. 8st. llib. Marlow Mr Herbert's b. g. Antler, 5 yrs, 8st. 4ib. - Sly Mr Skerratt's b. h. Intrepid, 5 yrs, 7st. 71b. - Arthur Sir S. Spry's ch. f. by Sir Hercules, out of Taglioni, 4 yrs, 7st.
• Pettit Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. Giantess, 4 yrs, 6st. 121b. A. Day Mr Waller's b. c. Columbus, 4 yıs, 6st. 11 lb. W. Abdale Mr Bateman's ch. m. Haitoe, aged, 6st. 78. . Arnull Mr Henderson's Lady Charlotte, 4 yrs, 5st. 81b. Hutchinson Ld W. Powlett's b. c. Fort William, 3 yrs, 5st. 51b. Sharpe 7 to 2 agst Intrepid, 4 to 1 agst Lord Saltoun, 5 to 1 agst Queen
of Tyne, 7 to 1 agst Newcourt, and 7 to 1 agst Giantess. Fort William a bad third, and Antler fourth. Second heat, 5 to
2 on Lord Saltoun. Won by a head. Vol. LXXIV.
Sweepstakes of 10 sov, each, with 50 added by Col. Gore Langton and W. Miles, Esq. Members for the Eastern Division of Somerset ; three yrs old, 7st. four, 8st. 9lb. five, 9st. 4ib. six and aged, 9st. 7ib. m, and g. allowed 3lb. the winner to be sold for 4001. if entered to be sold for 3001. allowed 6 lb. for 2001. 12lb. for 1001, 16lb, the winner paid 21. for weights and scales; one-mile heats. Ld W. Powlett's b. m. Espoir, by Liverpool, 5 yrs (2001.) 8st. 3ib.
- Bartholomew il Sir C. Cockerell's b. f. Amazon, 3 yrs (2001.) 5st. 131b. Sharpe 4 2 Mr W. Sadler's b. c. Sparsholt, 4 yrs 1001.) 7st. 7 ib. A. Day 6 3 Mr Treen's ch. f. Moonbeam, 3 yrs (1001.) 5st. 9lb. W. Treen 3 4 Mr Bullin's British Grenadier, 4 yrs (1001.) 7st. 4ib.
F. Morgan 5 5 Mr Bristow's Carissima, 4 yrs (2001.) 7st. 8lb. Wakefield 2 6
Each heat was won by two lengths, and the winner was claimed.
WEDNESDAY. - Produce Sweepstakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old ; the winner paid 5 sov. for weights and scales; one mile (4 subscribers). Mr Sadler's b. f. by Venison, out of Temper, 8st. 5lb. walked over.
The Dyrham Park Stakes of 15 sov. each, 10 ft. with 100 sov. added (50 by G. W. Blathwayt, Esq. Lord of the Manor, and 50 by the Committee), for three yrs old colts, 8st. 10lb. f. and g. 8st. 5lb. a winner of 1001. or upwards at any time before starting to carry 5lb. extra ; the winner paid 51. for weights and scales, and 51. to the Judge ; one mile and a half (15 subscribers). Mr Godwin's b.f. Dexterous, by Defence (5fb.) . Crouch 1 Ld G. Bentinck's b. f. Blackbird (5lb.) . . Flatman 2 Ld W. Powlett's b. c. Fort William .. Bartholomew Sir J. Gerard's bl. c. Morocco
Edwards Mr F. Ongley's br. c. The Warrior
Whitehouse Mr Skerratt's b. c. Felix
Marlow Mr Waller's b. f. Regalia
- Wakefield Mr Bateman's br. f. Fleur de Marie
Pettit Mr Bristow's ch. f. Marietta
Sly Mr Holloway's br. c. Baronet
Calloway 4 to 1 each agst Blackbird, Dexterous, and Marietta, 9 to 2 agst
Baronet, and 5 to 1 agsť The Warrior. Won by a neck; Fleur de Marie and Felix well up; Baronet a bad fifth. The Bath Handicap of 20 sov. each, 10 ft, and only 5 if declared, &c. with 20 added ; the winner of the Somersetshire stakes to have carried 5lb. extra ; the winner paid 51, for weights and scales; one mile and a half and a distance (10 subscribers, 6 of whom paid only 5 sov, each).
Mr Herbert's b. c. Petitioner, by Venison, 3 yrs, 5st. 10mb.
J. Sharpe 1 Mr G. Dumble's br. g. Rosin the Beau (h.-b.) 3 yrs, 5st.
- W. Hutchinson 2 Mr W. Sadler's ro.c. Sparsholt, 4 yrs, 6st. 121b. W. Abdale 3 Mr Treen's b. f. Wild Roe, 4 yrs, 6st. 7ib. - A. Day 4 6 to 4 agst Wild Roe, and 2 to l agst Petitioner. Won by a
length ; Sparsholt a bad third. The City Cup of 100 sov, in specie, added to a Sweepstakes of 20 sov, each, h. ft. for all ages; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake, and the winner paid 101, to the Judge, and 51. for weights and scales; to start at the Red-post and go once round, about two miles and a half (12 subscribers). Mr Wall's ch.c. The Crown Prince, by Coronation, 3 yrs, 6st. 6 lb.
- J. Sharpe 1 Mr Johnstone's b. c. Sir George, 3 yrs, 6st. 71b. Duncan 2 Mr Hook's br. f. Buttress, 3 yrs, 6st. 10lb. - A. Day 3 Mr Death's ch. c. Thrapston, 3 yrs, 6st. 121b.
- Pettit 4 D. of Richmond's b. c. Tug-net, 3 yrs, 6st. 10lb. W. Abdale Mr A. W. Hill's b. g. Salopian, 4 yrs, 8st. 7 ib. S. Darling, jun. Mr B. Collett's ch. c. Pal, 3 yrs, 6st. 6lb. - . Tasker Even on Tug-net, 4 to 1 agst Crown Prince, and 5 to 1 agst Salo
pian. Crown Prince made all the running, and won by six lengths ; the last three were beaten an immense distance, and
did not pass the winning-post. The York Stakes (handicap) of 5 sov. each, with 20 added; the winner paid 11. for weights and scales; one-mile heats (9 subscribers.) Mr Herbert's ch. h. Ajax, by Dr Syntax, aged, 8st. 71b, Sly - 1 1 Mr Henderson's b. f. Lady Charlotte, 4 yrs, 6st. 8ib.
Hutchinson 3 6 2 Mr Menzie's b.g. Teetotaller, aged, 7st. 10lb. Wakefield - 7 3 Mr Bean's Mimic, aged, 7st. ..
Crouch Mr Jones's gr. f. Miss Shirley, 3 yrs, 5st. 101b. Gilbert 1 Sir C. Cockerell's b, m. Espoir, 5 yrs, 9st. 21b. Darling, jun. 2 3 dr Mr Parr's ch. g. Dulcet, 4 yrs, 7st. 21. - Pettit - 2 dr Mr Fowler's br. c. Yenton, 3 yrs, 6st. 4ib. Tasker - dis
First heat won by a head ; second, half a length ; third, two lengths.
BURTON CONSTABLE. WEDNESDAY, April the 22nd.—The gold Cup, value 100 sov, the surplus in specie, by subscription of 7 sov. each, 2 st. for horses that have been regularly hunted with any pack of foxhounds during the season of 1845 and 1846 ; four yrs old, 10st. 9ib. five, llst. 7 ib. six, 12st. and aged, 12st. 2l, m. and g. allowed 3lb. a winner in 1846 before starting to carry 5tb. twice, 71b. extra ; ridden by Gentlemen, Members or Sons of Members of White's, Crockford's, the Carlton, Croxton Park, Heaton Park, Goodwood, York Union Hunt, or any Gentleman elected an Honorary Member of the Burton Constable Club the previous evening to the races ; the winner paid 10 sov. towards expenses, and the owner of the second horse saved his stake; two miles and a half (57 subscribers). Mr W. Baxter's b. g. by Contest, out of sister to Hamlet,
by Y. Phantom (half-bred) 4 yrs - Capt. Broadley 1 Mr Raworth's b. m. Donna Anna, 6 yrs Mr S. Erskine 2 Col. Thompson's b.g. Hamlet (half-bred) aged - owner. 3 Mr W. Scott's b. h. Cataract, 6 yrs - Mr Jas. Cookson 4 6 to 4 agst Cataract, 5 to 2 agst Hamlet, and 4 to 1 agst the
winner. Won easily. The Drawing Room Stakes of 30 sov. given by the Town of Hull, added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each ; the winner paid 5 sov. to the Judge, and the last horse paid 2 sov. towards the expenses of the Course ; one mile and three quarters (5 subscribers). Mr Harland's b, f. The Cossack Maid, by Hetman Platoff, 3 yrs, 6st. 111b.
Wintringham 1 Sir J. Gerard's b. m. Quebec, 6 yrs, 8st. 111b. - J. Holmes 2 Mr Lane Fox's b. g. Little John, 5 yrs, 8st. 71b. - Oates 3 6 to 4 agst Quebec, and 2 to 1 agst The Cossack Maid. Won by
half a length ; Little John finished about a couple of lengths behind Quebec.
The Holderness Stakes (handicap) of 10 sov, each, with 20 added by the Town of Hedon, for three yrs old and upwards; the last horse paid 2 sov, towards the expenses of the Course ; one mile and three quarters. Mr Lane Fox's b. g. Little John, by Recovery, 5 yrs, 8st.
W. Oates 1 Sir J. „Gerard's Quebec, 6 yrs, 8st. 121). - J. Holmes 2 Mr Raworth's br. h. Kilgram, 5 yrs, 7st. 127. - Bradley 3 6 to 4 agst Quebec, and 2 to 1 agst Kilgram. Won by a head,
Kilgram losing the second place by a head also. The Farmers' Purse, a sweepstakes of 5 sov. each, with 10 added, for three yrs old and unwards, to be ridden by Farmers or their Sons, heats, once round and a distance, was won, at two heats, by Mr J. Lamplugh's bl. g. Erebus, by Sheet Anchor, 5 yrs (Mr H.
Baxter) beating Mr Skelton's Father Mathew, aged, and Mr J.