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THE

TURF REGISTER.

1845.

LIVERPOOL WEDNESDAY, March the 5th.-Fifty Pounds, given by the Earl of Sefton, added to a Sweepstakes of 10 SOVS. each, 5 ft., for horses that never won more than 200 sovs, at any one time; three years old 6st. 71b., four 8st. 3lb., five 8st. 101b., six and aged Ost.; f. allowed 3lb. ; the owner of the second horse received back his stake; one mile (7 subscribers).

Lord Chesterfield's br. f. Jenny Wren, by Hornsea, three years old (W. Abdale) i
Mr. Mostyn's br. c. Master Stepney, three years old (Buffloe) ..

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Sir J. Gerard's bl. g. Erebus, four years old (W. Arthur)

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Mr. J. Scott's b. c. The Duke of Rutland, by Voltaire, out of Persian, by Whisker,

three years old (Simpson)
Mr. T. Critchley's br. c. Caur de Lion, by Dick, out of Bruneiie, by Blacklock
(Gooch)..

Won easily.
This was run on the day of the National Steeple Chace, prior to that race.

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COVENTRY. MONDAY, March the 10th.-- The Craven Trial Stakes of 10 sovs. each ; for three years old 7st., and four 8st. 71b., f. and g. allowed 3lb.; one mile and a distance (5 subscribers).

Mr. J. Dixon's b. g. Dash (late Corodino), by Physician, four years old (Marlow) 1
Mr. Treen's b. f. Wild Roe, three years old (Moon)

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A Handicap of 10 sovs, each, h. ft. if declared, &c., with 30 added from the Race-fund; one mile and a half (13 subscribers, 3 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each).

Mr. Meiklam's br. m. Inheritress, by The Saddler, 5 years old, 7st. 10lb. (Lye).. I
Mr. Treen's b. f. Wild Roe, three years old, 5st. (Treen, jun.)
Sir C. R. Cockerell's b. h. Aurungzebe, five years old, 7st. 21b. Darling)
Mr. S. Scott's b. h. Mosque, aged, 8st. 71b. (Howlett)..
Mr. Worthington's b. h. Hooton, five years old, 8st. 21b. (Marlow)
Mr. Ongley's b. m. Pama, aged, 7st. 21b. (Crouch)
Mr. J. Dixon's b. g. Dash, four years old, 7st. (Moon)
Mr. Percival's b. 8. The Bird, six years old, 6st. 916. (w. Ärthur)

Won by half a length. The City Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added from the Race-fund, for horses not thoroughbred; three years old 9st. 71b., four 10st. 71b., five 11st. 41b., six llst. 121b., and aged 12st.; m. and g. allowed 31b.; winners once before starting for this race to carry 3lb., twice or oftener 5lb. extra ; a mile and a half (9 subscribers). Sir C. Cockerell's br. f. Niobe, by Defence, four years old-51b. extra (S. Darl

ing, jun.)..
Mr. P. Robins's b. c. Confab, four years old-516. extra (H. Darling)
Mr. Morris na. ch. g. Oscar, by Dr. Faustus, five years old (Capenhurst)
Mr. Manning's ch. m. Fairplay, five years old (Lebird)
Mr. C. Brooke's br. 6. Herne the Hunter, hy Friar Bacon, four years old (Owner)

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Mr. S. Lucas's b. f. by Mundig, dam by The Cardinal, three years old (Marlow) 0
Mr. Wesley's b. f. by Bolero, out of The Queen, four years old (Noble)
Mr. Percival's b. g. The Bird, six years old (Frost)

Won by half a length. The Hurdle Race of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added, open for any horse; three years old 9st. 71b., four 10st, 71b., five Ilst. 4lb., six 11st. 121b., and aged 12st.; thorough-bred horses, 71b. extra ; two miles, with six leaps over hurdles four feet high (9 subscribers). Mr. Collins's gr. g. Isaac, by Figaro, aged (Noble)

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Mr. H. Robbins's b. h. Mantrap (Horley)..
Baron Rothschild's The Tiger (T. Ball)

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Mr. Carey's ch. m. The Darling, five years old (Owner)
Capt. Shirley's b. g. The Orphan (Oliver)
Mr. Ekins's dun m. Duenna, aged (Frisby)..
Mr. Smith's b. m. Victoria, aged (Bradley)

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NORTHAMPTON AND PYTCHLEY HUNT. TOESDAY, March the 25th.—The Trial Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 40 added; for three years old 6st., four 8st. 61b., five Ost. llb., six and aged Ost. 71b. ; a mile and a quarter (5 subscribers). Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. Sorella, by The Saddler, four years old (F. Butler)

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Lord G. Bentinck's b. c. Clumsy, three years old (Abdale)

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Mr. Collett's b. h. Corranna, six years old (G. Whitehouse)
Mr. E. Peel's b. c. General Nott, three years old (A. Day)
2 to 1 each agst. Sorella and Clumsy, and 3 to 1 agst. Corranna.

Won by three lengths. The Althorp Park Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 30 added; for two years old colts 8st. 5lb., and fillies 8st. 216.; the straight run in, half a mile (14 subscribers).

Lord G. Bentinck's b. f. Cherokee, by Redshank, out of African's dam (Flatman) 1
Lord Spencer's ch. f. The Crupper, by The Saddler, out of Joanna (E. Edwards) 2
Mr. W. Scott's br. c. Malt, by Recovery, out of Siroc (G. Francis)

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Mr. M. Ongley's b. c. Mount Pleasant, by Sheet Anchor, out of Queen of the
Gipsies' dam (Crouch)

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Mr. W. Sadler's b. c. The Pretender, by Stockport, out of Lilla, by Bobadil (J.

Howlett)..
Lord Lonsdale's b. c. by Glaucus, out of Benevolence (Bartholomew)

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Col, Anson's b. c. Toronto, by Montreal, dam by Taurus, out of Whisk's dam (F.

Butler)
Mr. Watson's b. f. by Stockport, out of Ganymede (W. Boyce)
Mr. F. Robbins's b. i. Sweetbriar, by Epirus, out of Confab's dam (half-bred)-
Mr. Woodman's b. c. Land Surveyor, by Nonsense

, dam by Gaberlunzie, out of
Sola, by Partisan (bolted)--(H. May)

0 5 to 4 agst. Cherokee, 6 to 1 agst. The Crupper, 7 to 1 agst. Malt, i to 1 agst: The Pretender, and 8 to 1 agst. Toronto,

Won in a canter by two lengths. Malt was beaten a length from the second, and Pretender was close up with him.

The Great Northamptonshire Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft., and only 5 if declared by the Ist of March, with 100 sovs. added; the owner of the second horse received 25 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner paid 10 sovs. to the judge; two miles (83 subscribers, 64 of whom paid only 5 sovs each). Lord G. Bentinck's b. h. Discord, by Mulatto, aged, 8st. (Flatman)

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Mr. F. Ongley's ch. g. Roderick, six years old, 6st. 10lb. (Murphy)

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Mr. W. Sadler's b. ro. c. Sparsholt, three years old, 4st. 7lb. (Donaldson)
Col. Anson's ch. h. Napier, five years old, 8st. 5lb. (F. Butler).
Lord Warwick's b. h. Yardley, five years old, 7st. 9lb. (Marlow)
Mr. G. Ongley's bl. m. Queen of the Gipsies, five years old, 7st. 71b. (Crouch)
Mr. Worthington's b. c. Dr. Husband, four years old, 7st. 21b. (Dufflow)
Mr. Payne's b. m. Queen Mab, six years old, 7st. (Abdale)
Mr. Dawson's br. c. Lord Saltoun, four years old, 7st. (T. Lye)
Mr. Berrington's b. c. Father Mathew, four years old, øst. 111b. (Pettit)
Lord Howth's br. c. Warp, brother to Winter, four years old, 6st. 91b. (A. Day).. 0
Mr. Howe's ch. c. by Ratcatcher, out of Turquoise, four years old, ést. 61b.-

(Payne)
Mr. Robinson's ch. f. April Noddy, four years old, 6st. Gib. (T. Williams)

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Mr. Coleman's b. c. Velos, by Bay Middleton, out of Guile

, three years old, 5st. 3 to 1 agst. Discord, 4 to 1 agst. Bastion, 6 to 1 agst. Napier, 7 to 1 agst. Lord Saltoun, 10 to 1 agst. Father Mathew, and 10 to 1 agst. Sparsholt.

Won in a canter by three lengths; Sparsholt a bad third, and the others beaten off. The Tally-ho Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft., for horses not thorough-bred; gentlemen riders, members or sons of members of White's, Brookes's, Crockford's, Bo le's, the Jockey Club, Goodwood, Heaton Park, Eglinton Park, or Croxton Park Clubs, or officers or sons of officers on full pay in her Majesty's service; two miles (4 subscribers). Mr. W. Manning's br. c. by D’Egville, out of Moselle's dam, three years old, 8st. Olb.- carried 10st. 8lb. (Mr. Rolt)

1 Mr. Wesley's b. f. Solitude, by Zimmerman, iiree years old, 8st. Olb.-bolted Disputed, on the ground that the winner carried nearly 2si. orer weight, without the necessary declaration having been made before the Orst race of the day. The race was afterwards adjudged

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to Mr. Manning. The extra weight was declared in the betting ring before the race, and the betting was 6 and 7 to 1 on Solitude.

The Farmers' Cup, value 50 ovs., for horses bred in the county, not thorough-bred, that have been regularly hunted, &c., ridden by gentlemen, farmers, or tradesmen; heats, once round and a distance,

Mr. W. Manning's b. m. Mirth, hy Mundig, six years old, 11st. 91b. (Lebird) 2 1 1
Mr. Cowley's The Hackney, aged, Ilst. lllb.

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Mr. Whitelock's b. g. Single-Poeper (late Lottery), aged, 12st. 4ib.

0 3 Mr. J. Stevenson's b. m. Moselle, five years old, 11st. 1lb.

2 4 Mr. R. Harris's br. f. by Stapleton, three years old, 10st. 71b.

5 Mr. J. Robbins's b. g. Lunatic, aged, list. 111b.

O dis. Mr. W. Higgins, jun.'s May-day, aged, list. Illb.

0 0 dr. Mr. Harris's gr. m. Victoria, aged, 12st. 4lb.

0 0 dr. Mr. T. Wesley's b. f. Sola, by Bolero, out of The Queen, four

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Mr. Morton's ch.g. The Unknown, by Mundig, dam by Bolero, four years
old, Ilst. llb...

dis. Mr. J. Sawbridge's br. m. Brown Boss, aged, 11st. Tilb. WEDNESDAY.–The Open Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 25 added ; three years old Ost., four 10st. 51b., five 10st. 121b., six and aged list. 21b.; the winner to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c. ; gentlemen riders; once round and a distance (8 subscribers). Lord Chesterfield's b. h. New Brighton, by Liverpool, five years old (Mr. E. Haworth)

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Mr. Standwell's bl. m. Gipsy (half-bred) six years old (Mr. Chambers)

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Mr. T. Dawson's br. f. Teresa, four years old (Mr. Rolt)
Sir C. Cockerell's br, h. Aurungzebé, five years old (Capt. Pettat)

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Mr. F. Clarke's b. h. Arcanus, six years old (Mr. Osbaldeston)
2 to 1 each agst. Arcanus and Aurungzebe, and 3 to 1 agst. New Brighton.

Won by a length.
Her Majesty's Plate of 100 gs.; three years old 6st. 10lb., four 9st. 21b., five Ist. 121b., six and
aged Ost. 41b. ; two miles,
Ld. G. Bentinck's ch. h. John o'Gaunt, by Taurus, aged (Flatman)

1 Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. Sorella, four years old (Butler)

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Ld. Warwick's b. c. Roebuck, by Venison, outof Katherine, by Camel, three years

old (Abdale)
Mr. Collett's b. h. Corranna, six years old (Whitehouse)
Mr. Manning's ch. m. Fairplay, five years old (Lebird)

2 to 1 on Sorella, and 5 to lagst. John o'Gaunt.

Won by three lengths.

The last three did not run the distance. The Northamptonshire Cup Stakes, by subscription of 10 sovs. each; three years old 6st. 71b., four 8st. 91b., five Ost. 71b., six and aged 9st. 121b.; mares and geldings allowed 21b. ; the winner of the Queen's Plate to have carried 5lb. extra: the winner to be sold for 500 sovs. if demanded ; twice round, about three miles (16 subscribers). Mr. Worthington's br. h. Hooton, by Despot, five years old (Marlow)..

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Mr. Dawson's Lord Saltoun, four years old (M. Noble)
Mr. W. Sadler's b. f. Idleness, four years old (J. Howlett) ..
Mr. Coleman's br. g. The Devil among the Tailors, six years old (Coleman)
Mr. Isaac Day's b. c. Seaport, four years old (Wakefield)
Mr. Berrington's Father Mathew, four years old (W. Boyce)
Gen. Grosvenor's b. f. by Redshank, daun by Tramp, grandam by Woful, out of

Roxana, four years old (Whitehouse)
Ld. Exeter's ch. f. Leodara, three years old (Abdale)

Mr. J. G. Walker's br. f. Jessy Hammond, by Voltaire, three years old (Sabin) 5 to 2 agst. Deodara, 4 to 1 agst. Idleness, 6 to 1 agst. Seaport, 6 10 1 agst. Hooton, and 8 to 1

Father Mathew.
Won by a length, and Idleness beaten a length from the second
The Beaten Handicap of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added ; once round and a distance.

Mr. Payne's b. m. Queen Mab, by Muley Moloch, six years old, 9st. 21b. (Flatman) 1
Ld. Warwick's b. c. Roebuck, three years old, Ost. (Abdale)..
Mr. Dawson's Teresa, four years old, 8st. 81b. (Noble)..
Sir. C. Cockerell's Aurungzebe, five years old, 8st. 211. (S. Darling, jun.)
Mr. W. Manning's Fairplay (balf-bred), five years old, 7st. 71b. (Copeland)..
Mr. J. Stevenson's Moselle (half-bred), five years old, 7st. 111b. (Whitehouse)
Mr. T. Wesley's Solitude (half-bred), three years old, 6st. 71b. (Sabin)

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CATTERICK BRIDGE. WEDNESDAY, March the 26th.– The Two years old Stakes, of 20 sovs. each, h. ft.; for colts 8st. 5lb., and fillies st. 21b. ; one mile.

Mr. Batty's b. c. Lord Harry, by Recovery, out of Lord Saltoun's dam (Lye) 1
Mr. Hesseltine's b. f. Sich a getting up Stairs, by Hetman Platoff, out of Little-

Bird (Hesseltine)
Mr. J. Scott's b. f. Marciana, by Marcia, out of Lorimer's dam (Holmes)
Mr. W. Scott's b.c. Mr. Mansfield, by Hampton, dam out of Sister to Consul, by
Phantom (Templeman)

8 to 4 agst. Mansfield, and 2 to 1 agst. Lord Harry.

Won easily, Marciana a bad third.

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The Filly Stakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., for three year olds 8st. 3lb. each; a mile and a half.
Ld. Eglinton's ch. f. Pythia, by St. Martin (Marson)

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Mr. Salvin's b. f. Marian Ramsay (Hesseltine)
Ld. Glasgow's b. 1. by Bay Middleton, dam by St. Patrick (Holmes).
Mr. T. Dawson's b. 1. Sleepy, by Voltaire, out of Jamie Forest's dam (Lye)
Mr. Jaques's b. f. Extravaganza (Cartwright)
6 to 4 on Marian Ramsay, 8 to 1 agst. Sleepy, and 3 to 1 agst, Pythia.

Won by a head. The Shorts, a sweepstakes of 10 sovs. cach; for two year old colts 8st. Blb., and fillies 8st. 21b.; from the Catterick turn in (10 subscribers).

Mr. J. Cookson's b. f. Fair Star, by William the Fourth, out of Catalani (Francis) 1
Mr. Salvin's b. f. Thalia, by The Bard, out of Dr. Taylor's dam (Hesseltine)
Ld. Zetland's b. or br. f. by The Bard, out of Coheiress's dam (Noble)
Mr. T. Dawson na. b. f. sister to Skipton (Lye)..
Mr. T. Ayres's b. f. by Phoenix, out of Esecutrix (Holmes)

Even on Thalia, and 5 to 2 agst. Fair Star.

Won by a length and a half. The Revival Stakes (handicap) of 20 sovs. each; 10 ft. and only 5 if declared by the 1st of January, with 50 added; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake, and the winner paid 101, towards expenses; two miles (28 subscribers, 16 of whom paid only 5 sovs, each.) Mr. R. Hesseltine's ch. h. Porto Bello, by Muley Moloch, five years old, 7st. 21b. (Bumby)..

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Mr. Meiklam's br. m. Inheritress, five years old, 7st. 71b. (Lye)..
Mr. Meiklam's br. h. Trueboy, five years old, 8st. 5lb (Templeman)
Ld. Glasgow's b. f. by Retainer, out of Purity, four years old, 7st. (Riley)..
Mr. G. G. Davy's br. f. Pair Rosamond, four years old, 6st. 10lb. (Wintringham)
Mr. Cuthbert's b. c. Beaufront, four years old, 6st 7lb. (Longstaft)
Mr. J. Cookson's br. C. Punjaub, three years old, 5st. (Prince)
6 to 4 agst. Porto Bello, 7 to 4 agst. Inheritress, and 4 to i agst. Trueboy.

Won by a head.

Punjaub was a bad third, Trueboy fourth. The Tally-ho Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 10 added for hunters; four years old 11st. 21b., five 11st 11lb., six and aged 12st. 31b. mares and geldings allowed 3lb., half-bred horses 71b; a winner of any plate or stakes (not being a hunters' stake) to carry 3lb. extra ; of a Queen's plate, cup, or stake of 100 sovs. value 716., of two 101b. extra; ridden by officers of the army or navy, members of the Bedale, Goodwood, Eglinton Park, Heaton Park, Croxton Park, Bibury, Northumberland, York Union, Burton, Constable, or Caledonian Hunt Clubs; two miles (6 subscribers). Mr. H. Johnstone's br. g. Veluti (late Sir Robert) by Sheet Anchor, six years old (owner)

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Mr. Cookson's b. g. Crikey Billy, five years old (owner)
Capt. Allen's ch. m. Wasp, aged (Mr. Gregson)..
Mr. Salvin's b. c. Pigskin, four years old (Mr. Baker)..

4 Won by a length. THURSDAY.-The gold Cup Stakes, by subscription of 10gs each, for all ages; two miles (10 subscribers).

Mr. Meiklam's br. h. Trueboy, by Tomboy, five years old, 9st. 121b (Cartwright) 1
Mr. G. Salvin's ch. h. Porto Bello, five years old, &st. 101b. (Marson)..
Mr. Meiklam's br. c. Lightning, four years old, 8st. 91b. (Templeman)
Mr. Jaques na. b. g. Jimmy Jumps, aged, 8st. 11lb. (Holmes)
Mr. Monkman's br. c. Consternation, four years old, 8st. 91b. (Oates)
Mr. Bell's br. m. Zora, five years old, 8st. 71b (Bumby).
Mr. J. Cookson's br. c. Punjaub, three years old, Ost. 91b. (Tunstall)
Ld. Glasgow's br. f. by Bay Middleton, out of Impertinence, three years, 6st. blb.

(Wintringham) 2 to 1 agst. Porto Bello, 3 to 1 ägst. Trueboy, 4 to 1 agst. Punjaüb, and 4 iö 1 agst. Lightning.

Won by a head.

Lightning was beaten by two lengths.
The Champagne Stakes of 20 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year old colts 8st. 41b., and illies 8st.
Champagne Course, about six furlongs (9 subscribers).

Mr. Salvin's b. f. Thalia, by The Bard (Bumby)
Mr. W. Scott's b. c. Mr. Mansfield (Templeman)
Mr. J. Cookson's b. f. Fair Star (Francis)
Mr. Dawson's ch. c. Grimston, by Verulam, out of Morsel (Marson)
Ld. Zetland's f. by The Bard, out of Coheiress's dam (G. Noble)

0 Ld. Glasgow's br. f. by Retriever, out of Emilia (Holmes) 5 to 4 agst. Fair Star, 2 to'l agst. Grimston, 3 to 1 agst. Mr. Mansfield, and 4 to 1 agst. Thalia.

Won by a length and a half. Ld. Glasgow's f. was third. The Claret Stakes of 10 sovs. each ; for three years old colts Sst. 71b., and fillies 8st. 3lb.; two miles (7 subscribers).

Mr. D. Cook's b. c. Yellow-boy, by Tomboy (Lye)
Mr. R. Wright's br. c. Comical-boy (Oates)..

7 to 4 on Yellow-boy. Won by a length. The Speculation Plate of 40 sovs. added to a sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each; three years old 7st. 41b., four 8st.91b., five 9st., six and aged 9st. 21h.; mares and geldings and maiden four years old and upwards allowed 3lb; beaten horses at this meeting allowed 31b; the winner to be sold for 350 sovs. If demanded, &c.; if entered to be sold for 300 sovs. allowed 3lb., for 250 sors. 7lb., 200 sovs. 101b., 150 sovs. 171b, 100 sovs. 241b., or 50 sovs. 281b.; the owner of the second horse recd, back his stake; beats, a mile and a half (8 subscribers).

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Ld. Eglinton's ch. 1. Pythia, by St. Martin, three years old, 5st 121b.

(150 sovs.) (Prince)
Mr. H. Johnstone's br. g. Veluti, six years old, 7st. 914. (100 sovs.)

(Lye)
Mr. c. Headlam's ch. c. Perriwinkle, by Perion, out of Little Bundle's

dam, four years old, Ost. 101b. (100 sovs.) (Riley)
Mr. Meiklam's br. 8. The Best of Three, four years old, 8st. 6lb.

(Hutchinson)
Mr. Horsfall's b. c. Pigskin, four years old, 6st. 131b. (100 sovs.)

(Longstaff)

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CROXTON PARK. WEDNESDAY, April the 2nd.-The Farmers' Plate of 50 sovs. and 10 for the second horse, given by the gentlemen of the Belvoir and Quorndon Hunts, for horses not thorough-bred, the property of, and bred by farmers residing within the district of country hunted by the Belvoir, Quondon, or Cottesmore hounds, or within fifteen miles of Croxton Park, which have been regularly hunted with one of those packs, and which have never started previous to the day, except for this plate, paid or recd ft. ; a winner not allowed to start; four years old Ilst. 101b., five 12st. 71b., six 13st., and aged 19st. 5lb. ; mares allowed 31b.; ridden by farmers or their sons; two mile heats, over hurdles.

Mr. J. Allcock's br. m. Little-thought-of, by Emilius, five years old (Briggs) 1 1
Mr. W. Bates's ch. c. Singleton, by Blankney, four years old ::

02 Mr. Hilton's b.h. Father Mathew, by Shamrock, five years old, Mr. Sprigg's ch. g. by Sir Gilbert, four years old, Mr. Pinder's bl. m. Diana, six years old, and thirteen others also started.

Won by half a head. The Scurry Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added, for horses of all denominations (winners previous to starting excepted); 12st. each; the winner paid 5 sovs. to the Racing fund; half a mile (10 subscribers).

Mr. Spriggs's ch. g. by Mundig, five years old (Mr. Erskine)
Mr. R. Oliver's bl. m. Grace Darling, five years old (Capt. Oliver)
Ld. Granby'sch. g. Stockings, aged (Mr. Scobell).
Mr. Coke na. b. m. The Mite, six years old (Mr. White)
Mr. Scultlhorpe's ch. m. Donna Quixota, by Lamplighter, six years old (Mr.

Osbaldeston)
Mr. Beauchamp Proctor's "ch, m. Adeline, six years old Chall-bred)" (Mr. Beau-

champ).
Mr. Atkins's ch. g. Railroad, aged (Count Batthyany)..
Gen. Grosvenors b. f. by Redshank, äam by Tramp-Wofüi, four years old (lä.
Wilton)

Won by six or seven lengths; a good race for second. The Granby Handicap of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., and only 5 if declared by the 20th of March, with 50 added, for horses of all denominations (two years old excepted); the winner to subcribe to this stake and the Billesdon Coplow for 1846, and to pay 15 sovs. to the Racing-fund; Granby Course, about a mile and a half (53 subscribers, 36 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each).

Ld. G. Bentinck's b. h. Discord, by Mulatto, aged, 11st, job. (Capt. Pettat) 1
Ld. Chesterfield's b. h. The Poor Soldier, five years old, 10st. 21b. (ld. Wilton).
Mr. Green's b.5. The Bat (late Nonsuit), six years old, 10st. 7lb. (Capt. Broadley).. 3
Mr. W. H. Johnstone's br. h. William le Gros, six years old, 12st. 216. (owner)
Mr. R. Hesseltine's ch. h. Porto Bello, five years old, 10st. 121b. (Capt. Williams) 0
Mr. H. Lowther's b. h. Hyrcanian, five years old, 10st illb. (Capt. Oliver)
Mr. Jenkins's b. g. Lycurgus, aged, 10st. 101b. (carried 10st. 181b.) (Ld. Howth)
Mr. A. W. Hill's br. c. Beaumont, four years old, 10st. 71b. (Mr. Clifton)
Gen. Grosvenor's b. f. by Redshank, dam by Tramp-Woful, four years old, 10st.
41b.(Count. Batthyany)

0 6 to 4 on Discord, 5 to 1 agst, William le Gros, 5 toi agst. Porto Bello, 6 to 1 agst. The Poor

Soldier, and 10 to 1 agst. The Bat.

Won easily by a length; a good race for second. William le Gros beaten by two lengths from the third horse, and nothing else near. Lycurgus was

pulled up when beaten. The Billesdon Coplow Stakes of 25 sovs, each, h. ft., for horses not thorough bred; four years old 10st. 91b., five list. 716., six 12st., and aged 12st. 21b; mares allowed 21b.; a winner previous to starting of the Granby, Coplow, or Tally-ho to carry 71b. extra ; of two of the preceding stakes, or any one of them twice, 141b. extra ; Gentlemen riders; the winner to subscribe to this stake and the Granby Handicap for 1846; once round (4 subscribers).

Mr. Atkinson's b. c. Wotton, by Blackfoot (half-bred) four years old (carried 31b.
Sir. C. Cockerell's'b. 1. Niobe, four years old (Capt. Pettat)

Won by half a length.
THURSDAY.- The Farmers' Handicap of 60 sovs. and 5 sovs. for the second horse, given to be
run for by those horses which saved their distance in every heat of the Farmers' plate; ridden by
Gentlemen; heats, once round.
Mr. Spriggs's ch. g. by Sir Gilbert, four years old, 10st. 21b. (Mr. Scobell)

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Mr. Hilton's b. h. Father Mathew, five years old, i2st. 91b. (Capt. Oliver)
Mr. Pinder's bl. m. Diana, six years old, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. Osbaldeston)

08 Mr. W. Bates's ch. c. Singleton, four years old, 12st. 71b. (Mr. Story)

2 0 Mr. Allcock's br, m. Little-thought-of, five years old, 13st. 91b., and thirteen others also started.

Won by a length.

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