The Subscription Nomination Diary for 1885, for the Special Use of Breeders, Owners, and Trainers of Blood Stock [Ed. by J. Hunt]

The Subscription Nomination Diary for 1885, for the Special Use of Breeders, Owners, and Trainers of Blood Stock [Ed. by J. Hunt]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...or the Clerk of the Course, for three year olds and upwards; the winner of auy handicap after the declara-tion of the weights, 51b, of two handicaps, or of any race of 200sovs value, 81b, or of any race of 500sovs value, 121b extra (extreme penalty); the owner of the second horse to receive 50sovs out of the stakes; two miles. Won in 1884 by Mr. T. Holmes's Lawminster. Value of the Stakes 730. 174. The MONKCHESTER PLATE of 250sovs, for two year olds; colts, 8st 121b, fillies and geldings, 8st 91b; a winner of any race value 200sovs, 41b, twice, 71b, thrice, or of any race "value 500sovs, 121b extra (extreme penalty); maidens at starting allowed 71b: entrance 3sovs each; six furlongs, straight. Won in 188by Lord Durham's Redskin. Value of the Stakes 247. The GATESHEAD SELLING PLATE of l00gs, for all ages; entrance 3gs; six furlongs. Won in 1884 by Mr. J. B. Cookson's Maronite. for all ages Tu. in York August M. First Tu. in Jan. Tu. in Chester week. Newcasyle And Gosforth Park.--Third Day. 175. The SEATON DELAVAL STAKES of l0sovs each for starters, 3 ft only, to go to the fund, with 500 added (800suvs to the owner of the winner, l00sovs to the nominator of the winner, and o0sovs each to the nominator and owner of the second), for two year olds; colts, 9st, fillies and geldings, et 1 lib; winners once previous to starting to carry 31b, twice, 51b, thrice, or of 200sovs, 71b, or of any race value 300sovs, 101b extra (extreme penalty); maidens at starting allowed o1b; six furlongs, straight, on the New Mile. Won in 1884 by Mr. R, Jardine's A1bert. Value of the Stakes 425. 175a. The GOLD CUP, value 300sovs, added to a Sweepstakes of 20sovs each for starters, 5 ft, to the fund; three year olds to carry 8st 21b, four, 9st, five...show more

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  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 168g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236494091
  • 9781236494092