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Racing Calendar, 1828.

DONCASTER HUNT MEETING, 1828.

MONDAY, March 17.-The CRAVEN STAKES of 10 Sovs. each :-for twoyear-olds, 6st. 4lb.; three, 8st. 4lb.; four, 9st. ; five, 9st. 5lb.; six and aged, 9st. 9lb.-One mile.-Six subscribers.

Mr. Houldsworth's ch. c. Vanish, by
Phantom, 2 yrs old (R. Lowe)
Mr. Hopkinson's b. f. Eliza, by Filho
da Puta, 2 yrs old.....

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Lord Scarbrough's b. f. Sister to Tarrare, 3 yrs old

Sir J. Byng's ch. c. Pedlar, 3 yrs old

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The TRIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 10 sovs. added by the Corporation, for horses, &c. that had been regularly hunted during the seasons of 1827-28: four-year-olds, 11st. 12lb.; five, 12st. 8lb. ; six, 13st.; and aged, 13st. 2lb.-Thorough-bred horses to carry 7lb.; winners once, to carry 4lb.; and twice, 6lb. extra.-Three miles.-Five subscribers.

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1 Mr. Long's b. g. Chance, by Milo, 4 yrs old

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Mr. Whitaker's (jun.) ch. c. The Justice, by Magistrate, 4 yrs (Owner) Mr. Athorpe's br. g. Candidate, 6 yrs A SILVER CUP, value 50 sovs. given by G. S. Foljambe, Esq. for horses, &c. that had been regularly hunted with the Earl of Scarbrough's hounds during the preceding season. To be ridden by, and be bona fide the property, at the time of naming and starting, of farmers residing in the Sandbeck country.-Welter weights.-Four miles. Mr. Martin's b. m. Lady Easby, by Whisker, 6 yrs old (Mr. W. Martin)... Mr. Harrison's b. h. Blendcorn, by

Whitelock, 5 yrs old

Mr. Haywood's ch. h. Morton, by Kex-
by, 5 yrs old

The following also started but were not placed :
b. h.

Mr. Whitaker's (jun.) ch. h. Presump-o

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Mr. Gardiner's ch. h. by Amadis, 6 yrs, 0

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tion, aged The RINGSTON HILL STAKES of five sovs. each, for horses, &c. that had been regularly hunted with the Badsworth or Sandbeck Hounds during the seasons 1827-28-four-year-olds, 12st. ; five, 13st. ; six and aged, 13st. 4lb.; from the Red House, once round to the Ending Post.-Nine subscribers. Mr. Yearsley's ch. g. Catiline, by Cer- Mr. Clark's ch. c. His Worship, by Maberus, aged (Mr. R. Haywood)......... gistrate, 4 yrs old ....... The BADSWORTH HUNT STAKES of five sovs. each, with 10 sovs. added by the Town, for horses, &c. that have been regularly hunted with the Badsworth Hounds during the preceding winter, the bona fide property, at the time of naming and starting, of persons residing within the limits of the said Hunt.-Welter weights.-Four miles.-Five subscribers. Mr. Earnshaw's ch. h. Remus, by Osiris...

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TUESDAY, March 18.-The RENISHAW HUNT STAKES of three sovs. each, with 30 sovs. added by Sir George Sitwell, Bart. for half-bred horses of all ages, that had been regularly hunted (this season) with the Renishaw Foxhounds-four-year-olds, 11st.; five, 11st. 9lb.; six and aged, 12st. 2lb.-Winners once before the day of naming to carry 3lb.; twice, 5lb.; and thrice, slb. extra. The second horse to receive back his stake.-Gentlemen riders.St. Leger Course, eight subscribers.

Mr. Denham's b. h. Deceiver, by Ledston, 5 yrs old (Mr. Jalland) ........................................................ 1 VOL. XXII. N. S.No. 128.

Mr. C. Brown's br. h. Hexgrave, aged, 2 Mr. W. Hinde's br. c. Wildrake, by
Mr. Athorpe's br. g. Candidate, 6 yrs. 3 Woldsman, 4 yrs old
Mr. Hudson's bl. g. by Dinmont, 4 yrs, 4|

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The SANDBECK HUNT STAKES of five sovs. each, with 10 sovs. added by the Town, for horses that had been regularly hunted with the Earl of Scarbrough's hounds during the preceding winter, the bona fide property, at the time of naming and starting, of persons residing within the limits of the said hunt.-Welter weights.-Four miles.-Thirteen subscribers.

Mr. Martin's b. m. Lady Easby, 6 yrs Mr. Yearsley's ch. g. Catiline, aged...... 2 old (Mr. Steer) Mr. Clark's ch. m. Laurestina, aged...... 3

HANDICAP STAKES of four sovs. each, for horses, &c. that had been hunted the preceding season.-St. Leger Course.--Eight subscribers.

Mr.A thorpe's br. f. Brunette, by Young
Sancho, 4 yrs old, 10st. 4lb. (Owner) 1
Mr. Harrison's b. h. Blendcorn, 5 yrs

The following also started
Mr. Earnshaw's ch. h. Remus, aged,
12st. 4lb...

Mr. Ramsden's br. g. Lothario, 5 yrs old, 11st. 7lb.

Mr. Thompson's b. c. by Blacklock, 3 yrs old, 10st.

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Mr. Haywood's ch. h. Morton, 5 yrs old, 11st. 2lb....

but were not placed :

Mr. Landreath's ch. g. by Cervantes, 3 old, 9st. 7lb.

Mr. Heseltine's br. m. by Ardrossan, 6 yrs old, 11st. 71b. (who broke her thigh).

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The UNION STAKES of seven sovs. each, with 10 sovs. added by the Corporation, for horses, &c. that had been regularly hunted during the seasons of 1827-28-four-year-olds, 11st. 7lb.; five, 12st. 5lb.; six, 12st. 12lb.; and aged, 13st.-Horses, &c. thorough-bred, to carry 7lb.; and winners, 5lb. extra.-Two miles --Eight subscribers. Sir G. Sitwell's b. h. Quadrant, by Equator, 6 yrs old (Mr. Jalland)

Mr. Clark's ch. c. His Worship, 4 yrs... 3 Mr. Athorpe's br. g. Candidate, 6 yrs... 2 The following also started but were not placed :

Mr. Long's b. g. Chance, 4 yrs old

Mr. Brown's br. h. Hexgrave, aged...... 8

Mr. Hudson's bl. g. by Dinmont, 4 yrs old

PYTCHLEY HUNT MEETING, 1828.

(Northampton Course.)

WEDNESDAY, March 19.-A SWEEPSTAKES of three sovs. each, with 50 added by the Hunt.-Once round and a distance.-Six subscribers.

Mr. W. Drage's br. g. by Filho da

Puta, out of Stamfordia, aged, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. Platel)

Mr. Hungerford's bl. m. Sultana, aged, 11st. 4lb.....

Mr. J. Sharman's ch. g. No-Go, 5 yrs

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Mr. B. Drage's ch. g. by Cerberus, aged, 11st. 4lb...

Mr. J. Sharman's b. by Sir Marinel, 4 yrs old, 10st. 7lb.

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The WELTER STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for maiden horses not thorough-bred, and which had regularly hunted with the Duke of Grafton's or the Pytchley hounds, 12st.-Once round and a distance.-Gentlemen riders.--Twelve subscribers.

.Mr. Osbaldeston's br. g. by Clasher, 6

yrs old (the owner)

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Mr. Bouverie's bl. h. Mistletoe, 6 yrs 2
Mr. Hungerford's br. h. Fidget, 6 yrs... 3|

Mr. Benton's ch. g. Symmetry, 6 yrs 4
Mr. Isted's b. g. Grenadier, 6 yrs old
Mr. Nicoll's ch. h. Charley, 6 yrs old...

The FARMERS' CUP, value 15 sovs. with 45 sovs. in specie.-Heats, once round

and a distance.

Mr. Worley's b. c. by Jujube, 4 yrs old, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. B. Drage)
Mr. Flesher's The Cub, 4 yrs old, 11st. 4lb...............

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Mr. B. G. Drage's gr. g. by Minos, 4 yrs old, 11st. 71b.
Mr. Evans's ch. h. by Popínjay, 5 yrs old, 11st. 11lb.
Mr. Hamshaw's b. g. Escape, 5 yrs old, 12st....

Mr. S. Sharman's ch. g. Spot, 4 yrs old, 11st. 4lb.
Mr. G. Jones's br. g. 5 yrs old, 12st.....

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5 dr.

7 dr.

A PLATE of 501. with 101. to the second horse, for horses the property of farmers, and bred in the county.-Twice round.

Mr. C. Flesher's br. h. by Don Cossack,

5 yrs old, 12st. (Mr. Waters)............

Mr. B. G. Drage's br. m. Bessy Bedlam,

5 yrs old, 12st.

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WARWICK SPRING MEETING, 1828.

WEDNESDAY, March 19-The LEAMINGTON STAKES of five sovs. each,

for horses which had been hunted seven times with the Warwickshire hounds, 12st.; a winner carrying 5lb. extra.-Two miles.-Gentlemen riders. Twenty-two subscribers.

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Mr. Hickes's ch. g. Tartar, by Don
Cossack, 6 yrs old (Mr. Davis)
Captain Gould's b.
Pavilion, aged 2
Mr. M'Tavish's b. Spectator, 5 yrs... 3

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Sir L. Otway's b. m. Crazy Jane, 6 yrs, 4
Major Mallory's b. g. Alscot, 6 yrs old, 5
Mr. Anderson's b. g. Harlequin, 5 yrs

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The PILLERTON STAKES of 25 Sovs. each, h. ft. for horses not thorough-bred.
Gentlemen riders.-Two-mile heats.-Fourteen subscribers.
Filho da Puta, 5 yrs, 11st. 7lb.

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SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for hunters not thorough-bred, 12st.; a winner to carry 7lb. extra.-Two miles.-Gentlemen riders.-Seven subscribers. Mr. Peel's b. g. The Counsellor, by Mr. R. Tomes's ch. g. Moses, 5 yrs old, 2 Cannon Ball or Childe Harold, 6 yrs Mr. White's b. g. Pavilion, aged old (Mr. Yates)

The FARMERS' CUP, value 501., with 101. for the second horse, for regular hunters not thorough-bred, the property of farmers:-three-year-olds, 10st. 2lb.; four, 11st.; five, 11st. 9lb.; six and aged, 12st. 2lb.; horses bred within the limits of the Warwickshire Hunt allowed 5lb.-Two-mile heats.-Ridden by Gentlemen or Farmers.

Mr. Kent's br. f. Betty Walton, 4 yrs old, 11st. (Mr. Davis)

Mr. Reading's gr. m. Miss Coverton, aged..

Mr. Gibbs's b. c. by Magistrate, 4 yrs old

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Burgundy came in second for the third heat, but was distanced by his rider dismounting

before he came back to the winning-post.

A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each.-Once round and a distance.

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Mr. Graham's b. f. Lady Jane, 3 yrs
old, 8st. 3lb.

The following also started but were not placed:
dre, 6 yrs old, 12st. 3lb.

Mr. Pickernell's br. c. Zamiel, 4 yrs

old, 128t Lord Warwick's ch. m. Double Enten.

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ANSON HUNT MEETING, 1828.
(Over Lichfield Course.)

TUESDAY, March 25.-The TRIAL STAKES of 10 Sovs. each :-two-yearolds, 6st.; three, 8st. 4lb. ; four, 8st. 13lb.; five, 9st. 5lb.; six and aged, 9st. 9lb.-One mile.

Mr. Dickinson's ch. c. Mr. Watt, by
Magistrate, 3 yrs old (Lear)
Mr. Giffard's b. c. Sceptre, 4 yrs old

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but were not placed: Mr. Yates's gr. f. Menia Grey, by Swap, out of Paul Pry's dam, 2 yrs old Mr. Morris's ch. f. by Sasenagh, out of Cleopatra, by Remembrancer, 2 yrs... 0

The following also started
Lord Anson's gr. f. by Gustavus, out of
Sister to Miracle, 2 yrs old...
Mr. Mytton's gr. f. Spruce, by Skim, out
of Mockbird, 2 yrs old

The BOSWORTH STAKES of 25 Sovs. each, h. ft. for horses not thorough-bred, the property of subscribers.-Gentlemen riders.-Two miles.-Fourteen subscribers.

Mr. W. Foster's br. g. Optimus, by Polygar, 4 yrs, 10st. 9lb. (Mr. Molony), 1 Mr. Milward's b. g. Brother to Hex

grave, 6 yrs old, 12st. 5lb............ 2 Mr. Hickes's ch. g. Tartar, 6 yrs old,

12st. 5lb.

The following also started but were not placed: Mr. Thellusson's gr. h. Grey Surrey, Mr. Hudson's b. f. Miracle, 4 yrs old, 5 yrs old, 11st. 716. 10st. 9lb...........

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The PAULOWITZ STAKES of three sovs. each, with 50 added, for the produce of half-bred mares covered by Paulowitz in 1823:-colts, 8st. 7lb.; fillies, 8st. 4lb. Two miles.

Mr. Lagar's b. f. Betsy (Lear).....

The following also started but were not placed:

Mr. Robinson's b. f. Harriet...
Mr. Dabbs's b. f. Paulina ......

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WEDNESDAY, March 26.-MATCH for 100 sovs. 9st. each, up the Tamworth side.

Mr. Mytton's gr. f. Spruce, by Skim... 1| Mr. Morris's ch. f. by Sasenagh......... 2
The ATHERSTONE STAKES of five sovs. each, for horses not thorough-bred,
13st.-Gentlemen riders.-Two-mile heats.-Ten subscribers.
Mr. Applewhaite's Granby (Mr. Mr. Firchild's b. m. by Woodman... 3 3
Davis)
Mr. Sparrow's b. g. Carrier............ dis.
Lord Anson's ch. g. by Soothsayer... 2 2
The FARMERS' PLATE of 50 sovs. with 10 for the second horse.-Farmers or
tradesmen to ride.-Two-mile heats.

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Mr. Lucas's Osbaston, by Osiris, 5 yrs old, 12st. 71b. (Owner).................. 3 1 1 Mr. Wilkins's bl. g. Tom, 4 yrs old, 11st. 71b.......

Mr. Sudbury's b. f. Miss Witz, 3 yrs old, 10st. 71b.

Five others started.

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FORCED HANDICAP STAKES of 10 Sovs. each, ridden by Gentlemen or Farmers. One mile.-Eight subscribers.

Mr. Burton's gr. f. Sister to Mayflower,

Mr. Milward's b. g. Brother to Hex-
grave, by Filho da Puta, 6 yrs old, 3 yrs old, 10st.
(Captain

Lord Chesterfield's bl. g. Negro, 3 yrs
old, 10st.

1 Mr. Thelluson's Grey Surrey, 5 yrs old, 10st. 12lb.

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MALTON MEETING, 1828.

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THURSDAY, March 27.-The CRAVEN STAKES of 10 sovs. each:-for two-year-olds, 6st. 2lb.; three, 8st. 2lb.; four, 8st. 11lb.; five, 9st. llb.; Mr. Tarleton's b. f. Sarah, by Whisker, 1 Whisker, out of Vicissitude, 3 yrs... 2 six, 9st. 5lb.; and aged, 9st. 7lb.-A mile and a quarter.-Six subscribers. Colonel King's br. f. Penultima, by 3 yrs old (R. Johnson) ...................................................

Mr. Watt's b. f. by Magistrate, out of
Manuella, 3 yrs old....

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Mr. Petre's ch. c. Tom Jones, 3 yrs old (broke down).... Even betting on Tom Jones, and 6 to 4 agst Sarah.

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The BARTON STAKES of 25 sovs. each, h. ft. :-for colts, 8st. 5lb. ; and fillies, 8st. 2lb.; rising three years old.-A mile and half.-Four subscribers. Mr. Crompton's ch. c. by Whisker, out to Laurel....

of Marion (J. Garbutt)

Major Yarburgh's br. f. Belinda, Sister

1 Mr. Ridsdale's ch. c. Harlequin

Belinda the favorite.

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The WELHAM SILVER CUP, value 501. the surplus in specie, by subscriptions
of five sovs. each, for horses not thorough-bred, 13st.-Gentlemen riders.-
Two miles.-Fourteen subscribers.
Mr. Bower's ch. h. The Marquis, by
Idle Boy, aged (Mr. Claridge)
Mr. R. Bower's b. h. Gamester, by

Orion Mr. Davison's b. g. Don Miguel, by Asmodeus

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The following also started but were not placed: Mr. T. Jones's bl. h. Othello, by Sir Malagigi............. A MAIDEN PLATE of 501.:-for two-year-olds, 7st. 2lb.; three, 8st. 6lb.; four, 8st. 10lb.; five and upwards, 9st.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.Heats, a mile and a half.

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Mr. Wilson's b. c. Murphy, by
Filho da Puta, out of Miss Went-
worth, by Cervantes, 2 yrs old (T.
Lye)
Mr. Gully's ch. c. What-do-you-
think-of-him? by Blacklock, out of
Strawberry's dam, 2 yrs old......... 0 2
FRIDAY, March 28.-A SWEEPSTAKES
three years old, 8st. 3lb.-One mile.-Seven subscribers.
Mr. Hopkinson's b. Eliza, by Filho da
Puta (T. Nicholson)
Lord Milton's ch. Slut....

Mr. Hodgson's br. f. Emerald, by
Blacklock, 2 yrs old..

Mr. Turner's b. c. by Minos, dam
by Beningbrough or Barnaby--Sir
Peter, 2 yrs old..

Mr. Hopkinson's b. f. Eliza, 2 yrs
old

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of 20 sovs. each, for fillies rising

Mr. Armstrong's br. by Whisker, out
of Alexander's dam.................................... 3

The following also started but were not placed:
Mr. Crompton's b. by Blacklock, out of
Burlador's dam.....

Mr. Armitage's b. The Nun, by
Blacklock, dam by Whisker, grandam
SWEEPSTAKES of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft.
rising two years old.-Half
Mr. Richardson's br. f. Juliana, by Pe-
ter Lely, out of Diana, by Kill Devil
(S. Templeman)
Mr. Earnshaw's br. f. Elastic, by Wa-

by Orville, out of Otterington's dam, 0 Mr. Horner's ch. Dairy-maid (late Redlock)

:-for colts, 8st. 5lb.; fillies, 8st. 2lb. ;
a mile.-Seven subscribers.
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Mr. Crompton's b. c. by Waverley, out
of Margaret

The following also started but were not placed:

Mr. Armitage's b. f. Aconite, by Tramp,

out

Mr. Bayley's br. c. Tamboff, by Black

Tamboff the favourite.

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The MEMBERS' PLATE of 501. for horses that never won above 100gs. at one time-two-year-olds, 6st. 10lb. ; three, 8st. 3lb.; four, 8st. 10lb.; five and upwards, 9st.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb., and a winner of 501. carrying 3lb. extra.-Two-mile heats.

Colonel King's br. f. Penultima, by Whisker, 3 yrs old (T. Lye)....................... 0 2 1 1
Mr. Hopkinson's b. f. Eliza, 2 yrs old
Mr. J. Scott's b. g. Plumper, aged

BEDFORD SPRING MEETING, 1828.

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FRIDAY, March 28.-The OAKLEY STAKES of five Sovs. each, for hunters

not thorough-bred; the winner to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c.Heats, once round and a distance,Twenty-four subscribers.

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