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At York, by Messrs. Tattersall :
THE EASBY ABBEY STUD.
Forbidden Fruit, by Birdcatcher or Gameboy, dam Touch-me-not, by
King Chat, by Gabbler, dam Gipsy Queen, by Tomboy (Lord Wilton)..
Fee Faw Fum, by Gameboy, dam Utopia, by Jerry (Mr. Merry).
Who are You? by Mildew, or Gameboy, dam Gypsy, by Tramp (Mr. Howard) 75 Orderly, by Epirus, dam Drill, by Touchstone (Mr. Stevens)
Days Ago, by Iago, out of Days of Yore, by Old England (Mr. Pickering).. 49
BROOD MARES COVERED BY BIRDCATCHER.
Touch-me-Not (1848), by Touchstone out of Lady of Silverkeld Well, by Velocipede (Mr. Phillips)
Bilberry (1849), by Touchstone out of Lady Sarah, by Velocipede (Mr.
Ecstasy (1850), by Touchstone out of Miss Wilifred, by Lottery...
COVERED BY BIRDCATCHER AND GAMEBOY.
Ennui (1843), by Bay Middleton out of Blue Devils, by Velocipede (Lord Londesborough)
COVERED BY GAMEBOY.
The Robber's Daughter (1849), by Freney out of Caroline (Burgundy's dam), by Irish Drone....
Bess (1840) (sister to Our Nell), by Bran out of Fury, by Tramp
COVERED BY LONG BOW.
Gipsy (1832), by Tramp, dam by Orville (Mr. Hall)
COVERED BY MILDEW.
Days of Yore (1848), by Old England, dam by Glaucus or Recovery
Hybrid (1847), by Cardinal Puff out of Lucy Neale, by Mulatto (Mr. Hali)..
Saunterer, a black colt, by Birdcatcher out of Ennui (Mr. J. Osborne)
Cross Boy, a brown colt, by Gameboy out of Hybrid (Mr. Hall)
Brown Filly, by Don John out of Rigolette, by Jerry (Lord Chesterfield) Brown Colt, by the Flying Dutchman out of Walfruna the dam of Lucy Banks, by Velocipede (Mr. Merry)
Bay Colt (brother to the Assayer), by Melbourne out of Pickle Dust, by Launcelot (Mr. Bearup)
Chesnut Filly, by Pyrrhus the First-Woldsmaid, by Hampton (Mr. Palmer).. 200 Grey Colt, by Chanticleer, dam by Bay Middleton out of Appollonia, by Whisker (Mr. Merry)....
Brown Filly, by the Flying Dutchman-Emeute, by Lanercost (Capt. Lane).. 155 Bay Filly, by The Flying Dutchman out of Mogulistan, by Venison, &c. (Lord Strathmore)
Bay Filly, by Melbourne out of Eclogue, by Emilius..
A Brown Yearling Colt, by Melbourne out of Bonnie Bonnet, by Muley
Brown Colt, by Melbourne out of Bonny Bonnet, by Muley Moloch (Mr. Peck)
Bay Filly, by Chanticleer out of Pelisse...
Brown Filly, by Chanticleer out of Galaxy, by Bay Middleton
Bay Filly, by Pyrrhus the First out of the Bee, by Gladiator
Chesnut Filly, by Don John out of Pergama, by Priam
Chesnut Colt, by Pyrrhus the First out of Grey Hen, by Stumps.
Bay Filly, by Pyrrhus the First out of Emma Middleton, by Bay Middleton
Bay Filly, by Chanticleer out of Ohio, by Jerry, dam Whizgig, by Rubens.
Bay Colt, by Pyrrhus the First out of Sorceress, by Sleight of Hand
Bay Colt, by Hetman Platoff out of Gazelle, by Tramp or Langar
The brood mares and several other lots were not put up.
Of these the following yearlings go into William Day's stables :Fee Faw Fum, Astrologus, Bravery, Who Are You? colt by The Flying Dutchman out of Walfruna, colt by Chanticleer out of Sunflower, colt by Poynton out of Ellen, filly by Pyrrhus the First out of Woldsmaid, and a filly by Chanticleer; two grey two-year-old colts by Chanticleer accompany them.
The whole of Mr. Meiklam's stud was put up at York by Messrs. Tattersall, but none of the lots were disposed of.
By Mr. Robert Johnson, at York :
Brown Yearling Colt, by Van Tromp out of Miss Julia Bennett...
Brown Yearling Colt, by Van Tromp, dam by Voltaire out of Lightning's
The Welcome Morn, grey yearling colt, by Chanticleer out of Slayer's
Lunacy, by Delirium out of Deuce, by Perion; with a bay filly foal by Hip-
Chestnut Yearling Filly, by Pyrrhus the First out of Nutmeg, by Nutwith..
Satire, by Don John out of Lampoon, by Camel; covered by Y. Priam and
Roulette, by Perion out of Raffle, by Lottery; with a bay filly foal by Hip-
Keepsake, yearling filly, by Footstool out of Memento, by Jerry
Bay Filly, 2 yrs., by Pyrrhus the First, dam by Voltaire
The Earl of Caledon's Stud, at Small's Bazaar, Armagh, Aug. 10.
The Ugly Buck
Crescent, by Zealot
A reserved price of £1,000 was put on Simoom, and he was not sold.
BROOD MARES AND FOALS.
Nora Crena, by Pioneer; with a filly foal by Simoom, and covered by him again 66
Fortress, by Defence, dam by Pyrrhus the First
Boletas, by Fungus; with a colt foal..
The Queen, dam of Shylock
Nanny, by Drone, dam by Katty Darling....
Filly by Simoom or Crescent out of Verbena, 1 year old
Miss Arbuthnot, by Simoom out of Fortress (untried), 2 yrs.
S. Scott has bought Calculating Tom, The Houri, Canada, Parga, and The Shock (all yearlings) from Mr. Drinkald, and they have gone into his stables, at Houghton Down. Mr. Bevill has sold Garforth to Mr. Stratton, for 300 gs.; Mr. J. Adkins Ruby to Mr. E. R. Clark; Mr. Fenning Michaelmas Maid to Mr. Mare, for 350 gs.; and Lord Londesborough Don John to go to America. Lord Glasgow has purchased a yearling colt, The Prairie Birdcatcher (Brother to Bird on the Wing), of Mr. Wright, of Richmond, for 500 sovs., with contingencies.
Mr. Greville retires from the Turf, and Mr. W. Dilly gives up training.
With two Commissioners hard at work in the present number, to ring the changes of the month, and a long list of sales "to follow," we shall not have much to say on either the Leger or Derby. For the former it now only seems a question as to what Lord Derby shall declare to win with? the spoilt child of the family-Dervish? the hardly-used Acrobat? or the rank roarer, Boiardo? So far, it will be seen, the show of hands is all for him who can make most noise-no uncommon occurrence, perhaps. Now King Tom has resigned, The Trapper, Scythian, and the Knight of St. George appear the most dangerous of those likely to go to the post. Midsummer, however, has a strong northern party; and Hannibal, whose Irish performances have been nearly as bad as they can be, has made his appearance at "The Corner," where some adventurous admirer backed him for a pony.
The result of the Derby doings speak to the increasing favour for Bonnie Morn, and his admirers are looking forward with no little anxiety to his "collision " with Dirk Hatteraick, and perhaps Lord of the Isles, at Doncaster. If he gets safely over it, we shall no doubt see him the "senior wrangler" throughout the winter.
5 22 16
6 F Carrick-on-Suir Races.
8S Seventeenth Sun, aft. Trinity's
9 M Newmarket Second October M. r 6 1517 10 T Casarewitch Stakes Day.
11 W Caledonian Hunt Races.
12 T 13 F
s 5 17 18
r 6 1919
4 32 1 5 1 30
RISES after noon
6 7 2 30 2 45
s 5 1320 8 27
r 6 2221 9 21 6 0 6 25
s 5 92210 25 6 50 7 20
14 S Ardrossan Coursing Meeting.
25 23 11 34 8
0 8 45 9 30 10 15
424 2925 0 4610 5511 30 026 2 0 No tide Midnight r 6 3227 3 13 0 20 0 45
22 Lineteenth Sun, aft, Trinity, s 4 52 1
26 T North Berwick Coursing Meet.
28 S St, Simon and St, Sude,
r 6 43 4 6 38
s 4 5628
2 40 3 0
3 15 3 35
3 50 4 10
3 Newmarket Second October 9 Newmarket Houghton Meet. 29 Kelso............... 3 | Irish Metropolitan......... 9 Limerick ........ 10 | Down Royal 11 Cashel .........
5 Curragh .................. 17 Worcester Autumn ........ 31 COURSING MEETINGS IN OCTOBER.
.3 & 4 Huggate........ 4, 5 & 6 .......5 & 6 Aberdeenshire ..................5 & 6
Ardrossan .... 5 & 6 |
Caledonian (Open) ....19, &c.