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Mr W. G. Treadwell Peacock blue, white spots
Blue, red cap
Olive green, cream sleeves
Scarlet, white stripes and cap
Crimson and white hoops, blue cap Mr E. Virgo
Sky blue, white cross belt, sky blue
& white hooped sleeves, black cap Ld Vivian
Oranye, purple hoops and cap (second colour) Orange, purple spots and cap MRR. C. Vyner.
Violet, white belt (second colour) Mauve cerise Mr T. Wadlow
White Mr R. Walker
Black, red belt and cap Mr T. E. Walker Purple: scarlet sleeves, white cap
(second colour). Purple, scarlet hoops, and white cap MČ w. Walker Blue, white belt, black cap Mr C. W. Waller Crimson, and white stripes, black cap Capt. T. L. Wardle Dark blue, yellow belt and cap Mr H. Waring
Black jacket, orange cap Ld Warwick
Brown body, white sleeves and cap Mr A. C. Watson Black, white collar, cuffs, and cap Mr J. Watson
Pink, black sleeves and cap Mr J. Waugh
Rob Roy, yellow sleeves, black cap Mr E. Weever
Chocolate, French grey sleeves,
Mr Westlake .
Olive, straw sleeves and cap D. of Westminster . Yellow, black cap
(second colour) Yellow, black sleeves, yellow cap La "Westmorland Green, white braid and cap Mr W. Weston
Claret, pink sleeves, pink and claret
quartered cap Mr Luke White . Red, white sleeves and cup Mr Whitley
Black jacket and cap, white sleeves Mr H. Wickham. White, scarlet facings and cap Mr Isaac Wilkinson Purple, orange cap Mr Thos. Wilkinson White, black belt and cap Mr S. Wilkinson Ruby and rose hoops, ruby cap Col. O. Willans
Light blue, white cap Mr F. Williams . Violet, gold braid
Mr Hwfa Williams. Scarlet and white, quartered
(second colour) Cardinal, white sleeves and cap
Green, orange cap
with gold tassel
Amber, black seams and cap
Mazarine blue, black cap Mr G. Windham Crimson, and black stripes Mr Jesse Winfield White, blue sleeves, red cap Mr W. Winn.
Scarlet, orange cap Sir G. Wombwell Chocolate and white spots, white cap Mr C. Wood .
Crimson, gold braid Mr E. H. Wood . Dark blue, French grey sleeves,
crimson cap (second colour) Crimson, Eau de Nile sleeves,
crimson cap Mr Whittaker Wood Violet, white sleeves and cap Mr R. Wright
Black, yellow hoops
White, with red spots, red cap
spotted cap Count Bela Zichy .. Yellow, blue sleeves and cap
LENGTHS OF COURSES.
N.B. 1760 Yards are a Mile.
240 Yards are a Distance.
NEWMARKET Miles. Fur. Yds The Beacon Course is
4 1 143 Last Three Miles of B.C.
3 0 60 Ditch in (from Running-gap to end of B.C.) 2 0
105 Audley End Course (from the starting-post of the T.Y.C. to the end of the B.C)
1 7 42 The last Mile and a Distance of B.C.
1 0 240 Cambridgeshire Course (last mile and a distance, straight)
1 0 240 Ancaster Mile (last mile, straight)
1 0 18 Criterion Course (from turn of Lands in) 0
Cesarewitch Course (from the starting-post
of T.M.M. to the end of the Flat)
Round Course (beyond the ditch)
at the end of R.C.)
post) New Two yrs old Course (July Stakes
Course) finishing a furlong short of R.C.. Beaufort Course (from starting post of
B.M. to finish of New T.Y.C.)
ALEXANDRA PARK.-The Course is at Wood Green, near London, is pear-shaped, and is in extent rather more than a mile and a furlong. There is also a Course six furlongs in length.
Ascor HEATH—Is a circular Course, short of 2 miles by 66 yards; the first half of it is nearly on the descent, and the last half, which is called the Old Mile, is up hill the greater part of the way. The Swinley Course is the last mile and a half of the above. The New Course is one mile and five furlongs. The New Mile is straight, and up hill all the way. The T.Y.C. is the last 5 furlongs and 136 yards of the New Mile. The Queen's Plate Course is rather less than three miles, starting at the New mile starting post, and running once round and in.
AYR-Is an oval Course of one mile and '198. yards, with a straight run in of a quarter of a mile. The Course is generally flat, with a slight hill at the back of it, and a descent to the last turn.
Bath—Is nearly an oval of one mile and a half, with a straight run in. The T.Y.C. is five furlongs.
BEVERLEY-Is an oval or rather egg-shaped Course of one mile, 3 furlongs, and 90 yards, with a straight run in of nearly half a mile. The Kingston Course is about three-quarters of a mile, nearly straight. The T.Y.C. is five furlongs.
BIRMINGHAM-see Four Oaks Park.
BRIGHTON.—The Old Course, on which the Cup is run, forms a figure like three sides of a square, with very easy turns, and is one mile and three-quarters and 265 yards in length: the first quarter of a mile is level, with a slight dip at the end of it, the next half mile is on the ascent, and from the Mile-post a descent until about one-third of a mile from the finish, where there is a sharp hill up to the Winning-post. The New Course is one mile and three-quarters and 144 yards, and is formed by starting from the Winning-chair, and running out about three-quarters of a mile from home to the right, round an elbow, and turning into the Old Course again, about mid-way between the T.Y.C. and the Mile-post. The T.Y.C. is three-quarters of a mile. The Bevendean Course is about five furlongs.
CARLISLE.—The Course is oval, one mile and 90 yards round. The T.Y.C. is called “from the Style turn,” and is about 6 furlongs; a straight run home of about 700 yards, railed on each side, with a gradual uscent after passing the Chair for about 200 or 250 yards.
CATTERICK BRIDGE:--The Course is an oval of one mile and 60 yards, almost flat; from the Catterick turn in is a little short of half a mile. The new T.Y.C. is five furlongs, straight.
CHESTER—Is a flat circular Course of one mile and about 50 yards. The T.Y.C. is three-quarters of a mile. From the Castle-pole, once round and in, is rather more than a mile and a quarter. The Cup Course is about two miles and a quarter. The Grosvenor Course is about a mile and a quarter.
CROXTON PARK.—The Course is pear-shaped, 22 yards short of 2 miles; the last five furlongs being flat and perfectly straight for 840 vards. The Granby Course is about a mile and a quarter. The New T.Y.C. is tive furlongs, and quite straight.
CROYDON-Is an egg shaped course of one mile and three furlongs round. The "Great Welcomes" Course is nearly one mile and a quarter, with an easy turn between the six furlongs and four furlongs posts, it is slightly down hill from the mile to the six furlongs post, and has a rather strong incline rear the finish, the last 200 yards being flat.
DERBY-Is an oval Course of rather more than 1 mile and 2 furlongs, perfectly. flat, with easy turns. The New Course is one mile, perfectly straight, and of great width.
DONCASTER—Is a.circular and nearly flat Course of about I mile, 7 furlongs, and 70 yards. The shorter Courses are portions of this circle. The T.Y.C. is 7 furlongs, 214 yards. * Red house in” is 5 furlongs, 152 yards. “The Rifle Butts in” is about three-quarters of a mile. The St Leger Course is one mile, 6 furlongs, and 132 yards. The Cup Course is 2 miles, 5 furlongs, and 14 yards. The llopeful Course is 5 furlongs. The Two-mile Course is' two miles, 15 yards. A New Course has been formed which possesses a straight mile. The Fitzwilliam Stakes Course is three-quarters of a mile, and straight.
DURHAM—Is an oval Course of nearly one mile of good sound old grass land. The T.Y.C. is five furlongs, flat, except a short dip in the middle. In running round there is an ascent to the T.Y.C. starting-post.
EDINBURGH—The Course is at Musselburgh, and is nearly oval, and flat, measuring one mile and a quarter and 46 yards, with a nearly straight run in of half a mile, rising slightly from the distance. The T.Y.C. is fully five furlongs, and nearly straight. The Queen's Plate Course is two iniles.