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exemption from being sold is claimed at the time of entrance, and horses for which this claim is made to carry 9lb. extra. The winner to pay 5 sov. towards expenses, &c, One mile.-9 subs. Age.
Age. D. of Bedforl's b.g. Bordeaux 5 Mr Payne's b. c. Faux Pas
4 Mr Delamere's br. c. Guy Mannering 4 Mr Powney's ch. c. Lamartine : Mr Farrance's b. f. Terpsichore.
Ld J. Scott's bl. f. Kilmeny.
4 Mr Fiennes' b. c. Old Rowley
3 Mr J. M. Stanley's br. h. Abdallah 5 Mr Hill's ch. h. Pitsford . The BIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov, each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 7/b.
fillies and geldings 8st. Alb.; the second to save his stake, and the winnerto pay 5 sovs.
towards expenses. T. Y. C.-12 subs. Capt Archdall's b. f. Phæbe
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Massena Mr Drinkald's b. c. by Mathematician-Mr Howard ns. b. c. Cineas Kitten
Mr Payne's ch. f. Glenavon Mr Fuller's b. f. Oakleaf
Mr J, Powney's br. f. Amazon Mr Gratwicke's b. f. Oronia
D of Richmond's b. f. by Lanercost-Estelle Sir J. Hawley's f. by Old England-Dark- Mr Sadler's b. c. Charon
br. c. Contentment The SOMERSETSHIRE STAKES of 25 sov. each, 15 ft., and 5 only if declared on or before
the 20th of April, with 100 added. The winner to pay 15 sov. towards the Judge and expenses; the second horse to receive 50 sov. and the third to save his stake. The winner of the Newmarket Handicap or Chester Cup to carry 71b., and if both stakes
141b. extra. Two miles and a distance.-62 subs. Weights to be declared on or before 189 the 5th of April, Age. st. lb.
Age. st. lb. *** Abdallah, by The Provost
Knook-Knoll, by Sir Hercules 4 Australind, by Sleight-of-Hand. 4 Knight of the Shire, by Sir HerBacton, by The Hydra .
3 Ballet Girl, by The Earl of Rich
Lamartine, by Epirus
Madame Wharton, by Car. Pust 4 Ban, The, by Don John
Mark Tapley, by The Hydra Bardolph, by Orlando
Marlburough Buck, by Venison Benita, by The Baron
Merlin, by I. Birdcatcher Black Doctor, by The Doctor
Miss Bundy, by Venison
3 w Captain Flash, by Fancy Boy 3
Montague, by Philip the First 6 Cardinal Wiseman, by Car. Puff
Mouse, by Mus
5 Chief Justice, by The Hydra 5
Musician, by Lanercost. Clothworker, by The Prime War
Narcissus, by Gladiator hden
by Merry Monarch 3 Cub-nut (h. b.)
Pitsford, by Epirus
5 Confessor, The, by Cowl
Queen of Spain, (h. b.) by Constantine, by Sir Hercules 3
3 Coryphee, by Venison
Reaper, The, by Cotherstone Darkness, by Young Sultan
Roya ty, by Bay Middleton Ella, by Gilbert Gurney.
Runnymede, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4 Ephesus, by Epirus
Russbutough, by Tearaway, Ethelwolf, by laugh a Ballagh
Sir Rubert, by Tariff (h. b.) 5 Exeter, by Robert de Gorham
pot, by Meteor . Ferret, by Ratcatcher
Storyteller, by Ascot Fugleman, by The Saddler
Teddington, by Orlando Grand Duchess, by Lanercost
Terpsichore, by Epirus Grosvenor, by Touchstone
Tom Pinch, by Perion Haresfoot, by Thistlewhipper.
Uncle Sam, by St. Francis 3 Hothorpe, by Cotherstone
Waterfall, by Cataract . Hugo, by Weatherbit
Woodiark, by Venison Hyacinth; by Bay Middleton .
Young England, by Gladiator 5 Ingratitude, by Jerry
Young Troublesome, by Dr.
5 4 3
WEDNESD Y.-The W ESTON STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, for two year olds, ha colts 8st. 9lb., fillies and geldings 8st. 4lb.; 31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c. The winner to pay 5 sov, towards expenses, &c. T.Y.C. Straight half mile.-14 subs.
Mr Armstrong's ch. f. sis. to Iracundus Mr J. Powney's b. c. Cineas (31b)
Mr Osbaldeston's ch. c. by CotherstoneMr Bickham's b. f. Bountiful (31b)
Camp-follower Mr Delamere's bl. or br. f. Madume Landeau Mr J. M. Stanley's ch.c. Massena Mr Farrance's ch. f. by Epirus-Margellina b. f. by Old England-Darkness Mr Howard's ch, f. Vaultiess
Mr N.J. Sturt's ch. f. Psaltery Mr Payne's b. f. Gloomy
Mr Treen ns. f. by Sir flercules-Dextrous Ld W. Powlett's ch. f. by The Libel- Are
thusa The City Cup, being 100 sov. in specie, added to a sweepstakes of 10 sov. each ; three
year olds isi., four 9st. 516., five 9st. 131b., six and aged 10st. 416.; m. allowed 4lh. g. 7lb.; horses got by Arabian, Persian, or Turkish stallions, or out of Arabian, Turkishi, or Persian mares allowed 18lb., if both 361b. ; horses bred in America, or on the continent of Europe, allowed 141b. ; horses (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) never haviny won 50 sov., including their own stake, at any one time in 1852, previously to the day of starting, allowed 4lb.; four year olds and upwards, never having won or received as second horse 100 sov., including their own stake, at any one time in 1851 or 1852 previously to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1851 (those hereunder specified as carrying extta weight excepted) allowed 10lb.; five years old and upwards, never having won or received as second horse 100 sov., including their own stake, at any one time in 1850, 1851, or 1852, previous to the day of starting (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 161b.; maiden three year olds allowed 8lb. ; maiden four year olds, not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1851 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted), allowed 141b.; maiden live year olds (those here. under specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 181b.; maiden 6 year olds and upwards (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 281b. The second horse in any stake having received 100 sov. including his own stake, not to be considered maiden. The winner of the Port Stakes in 1852 to carry 5lb. extra; the winner of the Ascot, Goodwood, or Doncaster Cups, or the Derby or St. Leger of 1851, to carry 5lb. extra. Neither the allowances of weight for not winning nor the penalties of extra weight for winning, or for running second, are to be accumulative; horses having won abroad, and winners of matches only, not to be considered winners in this stake. The winner to pay 10 sov. towards the Judge and expenses ; the second horse to save his stake ; to start at the Red post, and go once round, about two miles and a half.-19 subs. Age.
Age. Mr B. Austin's b. f. Miss Talbot
Mr Parkinson's ch. g. The Adder Mr G. Bush's b. c. Australind
4 Mr Parr's ch. Clothwurker Mr T Dawson's b. c. Tom Pinch
3 Mr W. Reeves' br.g. Normanton Mr Farrance's br. c. Claverhouse
Mr Robinson's b. m. Selina Mr Fletcher's b. f. St. Hilda .
Sir C. Rushout's b. f. Queen of Spain. Mr Gooch's b. c. Surprise (h. b.)
Mr Stanley's b. m. sis. to Clothworker Mr Hewitt's bl. f. Madame Wharton
Mr J, M. Stanley's br. c. Storyteller Mr Howson's h... The Falconer
br. h. Abdallah Mr Magenis's ch. c. The Ban
5 Mr Woolcot's b. f. Kate . b. f. Ingratitude The COUNTY MEMBERS' Plate, the Dyruam STAKES, and the ARISTOCRATIC Handicar, close and name on the 1st of May.
BEVERLEY, HULL, AND EAST RIDING, 1852. WEDNESDAY, June 7.-HOLDERNESS Hunt STAKES of 5 sov. tach, with 25 added, for hunters. Gentlemen riders. Two miles.- 9 subs. Age.
Age. Mr W. Baxter's b. g. A.Y.
5 Mr Cranswick's br. m. Diana, (h.b.) 5 Mr Bellwood ns. gr. m. Little-thought-of Mr Cunningham's br, m. Little Queen. 6 (late The Colonel's Gift, h. b.)
Mr T. Lister's b. m. Cogia (h.b.) G Mr C. Boynton's ch. g. Bravo (h. b.). 4 Mr J. Simpson's bl. f. by Picaroon Mr Broadley's br. g. The Squire of
View Halloo's d. (h.b.)
aged | Mr C. L. Thorp's b. y. Chorister The Bishop BURTON Stakes of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 50 added, for two year olds, colts
8st. 61b., fillies &st. 21b. A winner once before starting to carry 3lb., twice 5lb, extra,
aged the second te save his stake, and the winner to pay 5 sov. to the fund. T.Y.C.
Mr Martinson's b. c. Newland Buck
ch. f. Exact MrJ. Dawson na. b. f. Anteverta
Mr J. Packer's br. f. Lady Mowbray, Mr Fryer's b. c. Nestor
Mr Wilkin's ch.c. by Velocipede - Luxury Mr T. Lister's br. f. Polly Match,Mr T. Lister's br. f. Charming Il’oman, agst Mr Martinson's b. c. Bell Tinker .-+ T.Y.C.500. THURSDAY.–The Huli. Srakes of 10 sov. each, h. ft. with 20 added, for two year
olds, ('st. 71b., and three, 8st. 7lb.; fillies and geldings allowed 3lb. A winner in 1852 before starting to carry 3lb., twice, 5lb. extra. Three-quarters of a mile.-9 subs. Age.
Age. Mr Fryer's b. c. Nestor
2 Mr J. Packer's br. f. Lady Mowbray Mr T. Lister's br. f. Polly
Mr Pedley's b. c. Conrad
CROXTON PARK, 1852. TUESDAY, March 31.-The Belvoir Castle Stakes of 15 sov. each, 10 ft., with 80
added, if three horses start, for three year olds, colts 8st. ilb., fillies st. 51b.; maidens at the time of naming allowed 3lb., having started twice at that time 5lb., and thrice or more 7lb.; the winner of any stake or plate, value 300 sovs., in 1851 or 1852 to
carry ilb. extra (matches and landicaps excepted). One mile.-10 subs. Count Batthyany's br. c. The Munk (3lb.) Mr Meiklam's b. f. Evadne Mr Crawfurd's b. c. The Fledgiing
Mr J. Osborne's br. f. Lady Agnes Ld Derby's b. c. Longbow (316.)
Mr Parkinson's b. c. Odessus (ilb.) Mr Greville's b. f. Adine
Mr Payne's br. f. Moultan Lass Mr Joseph Jaques's b. f. Eneratta
Mr Robson's ch. c. Bardolph The GRANBY HANDICAP of 20 sovs. each, 10 forfeit, and 5 only if declareil, &c._The
winner to subscribe to this stake for 1853, and to pay 15 sovs, to the Racing Fund. Granby Course, about a mile and a half.-51 subs., 32 of whom declared. Age. st. lb. Mr R. M. O. Massey na. ch. h. Alonzo, by Alpheus
5 12 8 Mr T. Parr's ch. g. Clothworker, by The Prime Warden
6 11 13 Mr White na. ch. h. Chief Justice, by The Hydra :
5 li 10 Mr T. B. F. Hildyard na. ch.c. Lough Bawn, by Maggie :
4 11 6 Mr H. G. Surtees na. b. g. Agis, by Safeguard
aged 11 6 Mr Crawfurd's br. h. Darkie, by Sir Hercules
5 il 6 Mr Burnaby na. ch. g. Sir Robert (h. b.) by Tariff.
5 11 5 Mr Atkinson na. ch. h. bro. to Dough, by Tearaway
5 li 4 Sir Thomas Whichcote na. b. c. Faux-pas, by Taurus
4 ll 3 Ld Wilton's br. g. Herbert, by Venison
6 11 Mr F. Villiers na. b. h. Loadstone, by 'Touchstone
0 Mr C. Neave na. b. h. Warwick, by Slane
5 10 13 Count Batthyany's br. g. Jack in the Corner, by The Conjuror
5 10 12 Mr H. G, Greaves na, ch. h. John of Berwick, by Bret by
5 10 11 D of Rutland na. b. g. Æolus, by Don John
4 10 il Mr Caldwell's b. m. Estafette, by Slane
5 10 3 La Colville na. ch. h. Don Juan, by Don John
6 10 2 Capt W. M. Wood na. ch. f. Ischii, by Ithuriel
4 10 1 Mr J. W. M. Gilmour na. b. g. Cyclops, by Venison
4 9 13 WEDNESDAY.-A Gold Cup, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, 10 ft.
and only 5 if declared, &c. The winner to subscribe to this stake and the Granby handicap for 1853, and to pay 15 sov. to the Racing.fund. The winner of the Granby to carry 10lb extra. Two miles,-19 subs. 10 of whom declared.
Age. st. lb. Mr Parr's ch. g. Clothworker, by The Prime Warden
6 12 4 Ld Tweeddale na. ch. b. Chief Justice, by The Hydra
5 12 1 Mr F. Geary na. br. h. Darkie, by Sir Hercules
5 11 11 D. of Rutland na. ch. c. Lough Bawn, by Magpie
4 11 10 Ld Wilton's br. g. Herbert, by Venison
6 11 5 Ld Sandwich na. b. c. Harpsichord, by Touchstone
4 10 7 Ld Forester na. ch. f. Ischia, by Ithuriel
4 10 2 Ld Chesterfield na. ch. h. Don Juan, by Don John
6 10 2 Mr H. Coventry na. b.g. Cyclops, by Venison
4 9 13 FIFTY Pounds, the gift of Mrs. Fletcher Norton, added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each,
h. ft. three years old, 9st. 71b., four, 11st. 31b., five, llst. 1215., six and aged, 12st. llb.; half-bred horses allowed 6lb., m. and g. allowed 31b.; a winner previous to starting in 1852, to carry 5lb., of the Tally-ho, Granby, or Coplow, 10lb, extra. Once round, Age.
Age. Mr C. Boynton na. br. g. View Halloo Capt Lowther's b. g. King Charming (h. b.)
6 Mr Parr's b.
Kenspede, by Cataract, d. by Irish Mr R. L. Walker's b.g, Æolus
Ld Waterford's ch. c. The Marquis
ch. c. Cock crow b. c The Fledgling
3 Ld Wilton's br. Herbert Mr Dawson's br. g. 1'omo Pinch 3
ADDENDA TO NEWMARKET (see pages 2 & 3).
CRAVEN MEETING: WEDNESDAY.-FREE HANDICAP STAKES of 25 sov. each, 15 ft., with 100 added, for
three year olds. From the starting post of T.Y.C. to the end of D.M., about three quarters of a mile. Six to accept or no race. st. Ib.
st. Ib. Grey Tommy, by Sleight-of-hand 8 8 Orpheus, by Orlando . Longbow, by Ithuriel
Hup-picker, by Orlando Maidstone, by Chatham
0 Harrier, by Thistlewhipper Ducrow, by Orlando
Aitchbone, by The Baron Mr Moon, by Sleiyht-of-hand 8
Pluck, by Venison
70 Fiction, by Ion
711 Maria, by The Merry Monarch 613 Knight of the Shire, by Sir Hercules 711 Jewel, by Amorino
6 11 Flengeling, by Irish Birdcatcher 711 Snarry, by Sleight-of-hand :
6 10 The Old Lad, by Annandale 7 10 Lens, by St. Martin
6 8 Mountain Flouer, by Ithuriel
7 THURSDAY.-FREE HANDICAP STAKES of 25 sov. each, 15 ft., with 100 added, for four year olds and upwards; D.I. Six to accept or no race. Age, st. lb.
Age, st. lb, Mrs Taft by Don John aged 8 7 Phlegra, by Phlegon
4 Nutshell, by Nutwith
4 Officinus, by Pantaloon
5 8 Presto, by Sleight-of-hand 4 Necklace, by The Nob
8 1 King Charming, by Orlando Little Jack, by Slane
1 Candlewich, by The Prime Warden 5 6 13 Don Pedro, by Don John
7 10 Follow-me-Lads, by Epirus Artisan, by Lanercost 7 8 Irene, by Epirus
6 8 The above free handicap did not fill.
NOMINATIONS IN IRELAND FOR 1852.
CURRAGH APRIL MEETING.
Mr John R. HUNTER, Keeper of the Match Book.
year olds; the second to save his stake. New Rathbride Post.–21 subs., 4 of whom declared.
st. lb. Mr Watts's ch. c. Chit-chat, by Magpie
8 4 Ld Waterford's ch. c. Lancaster, by Corranna.
8 2 b. c. Redmond O'Hanlon, by Freney
7 12 Sir T. Burke's ch, c. Thunder, by Magpie
7 11 La Caledon's b. c. Barbarian, by Simoom
7 8 Mr Watts's ch. c. Heffran, by Crescent
7 8 Mr Irwin's b. c. Pirate, by Sea-horse
7 8 ch. f. Chevy Chase, by Harkaway
7 8 Mr Atkinson's b. f. Granuaile, by Magpie.
7 8 Mr Dillon's b. c. Prince Patrick (dead), by Magpie
7 5 Mr Watts's ch. f. Miss Bernard, by Magpie
7 4 Mr Reardon's b. c. Bold Boy (late Themistocles), by Fancy Boy Ld Waterford's b. c. Dice, by Corranna
71 Mr Quin's ch. f. Fuze, by Lothario
6 12 Mr Hamerton's b. c. Diamond, by Tearaway
6 10 Mr Cash's b. c. Convert, (late Sam Gray), by Anti-Repealer
6 10 Mr Atkinson's b. c. King O'Neill, by Ugly Buck
6 10 SWEEPSTAKES of 15 sov. each, 5 ft., and only 2 if declared, &c., with 20 added. Waterford Post-10 subs., 1 of whom declared,
Age. st. lb. Ld Waterford's ch. c. The Marquis, by Birdcatcher
4 8 10 b. c. Redmond O'Hanlon, by Freney
3 7 3 Mr Mangan's bl. c. Tancred, by Tearaway
4 7 3 Ld Waterford's ch. c. Lancaster, by Corranna
3 7 0 Mr Irwin's b, c, Thunderbolt, by Smallhopes
4 0 Sir T. Burke's b. f. The Kelpie, by Harkaway
6 12 Mr Quin's b. c. Whiff, by Lanercost.
4 6 12 Mr Courtenay's b. c. Gay Lad, by Lothario .
3 6 10 Mr Irwin's b. c. Tom Moody, by Harkaway
3 6 8 WEDNESDAY.-The WELLINGTON STAKES of 30 sovs. each, and 10 ft., and 5 only if
declared, &c.; if three horses start, the second to save his stake. Three Year Old Course.-7 subs., 3 of whom declared.
Age. st. Ib. Mr Watts's ch. f. Chaseaway, by Harkaway
4 8 2 Ld Waterford's ch. c. Lancaster, by Corranna
3 70 ch. f. Moyola, by The Ugly Buck
7 b. c. Dice, by Corranna
3 6 4 THURSDAY.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sov. each, h. ft. with 50 added, for three year olds ;
the winner of the First Class Madrid Stakes, 6lb, extra : to start at the Waterford post and run to the Lord Lieutenant's gate.-15 subs.
st. lb, Capt Johnson's b. c. Allegro, by Magpie.
8 12 Ld Waterford's b. c. Redmond0 Hanlon, by Freney
7 Mr Wynne's b. c. Bold Boy, by Fancy Boy Ld Waterford's ch. c. Lancaster, by Corranna Mr E. Orford's b. f. May.day, by Harkaway, Mr Courtenay's ch. f. The Fairy, by Lothario (paid). Sir T. Burke's b.c. Bewick, by Birdcatcher Mr Dillon's b. c. Prince Patrick, by Magpie Mr St. George's b, c. by Harkaway, out of Whim