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Mr. T. Rogers's b. g. Manak (Mr. Townley)
Mr. Bush's b. m. Betty, by Hindoo, aged (Mr. Crawley)..

Won by a length.
The winner was objected to, and the stakes eventually paid over to the owner.
The Farmers' Plate of 40 sovs., and 5 to the second horse, given by the Hunt, for horses
bona fide the property of farmers; heats, once round.
Mr. John Overman's Wild Boy, aged, 12st. 21b. (owner)

. 1 1 Mr. Peacock's Tormentor, aged, 11st. (Capt. Boyd)

2 2 others also started. The Claret Stakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 25 added by the Club, for horses to be named by Members of the Herts Hunt Club; three years old Ost. 71b., four 10st. 10lb.. five and upwards llst. 5lb.; the winner to be sold for £350 if demanded, &c.; once round, about a mile and a half (8 subscribers). Mr. Wiltshire na. Mr. Shelley's b. c. Watch-dog, by Ratcatcher, three years old (Mr.

S. Batson)
Lord Strathmore's b. h. Chatham, five years old (Mr. Lyon) ..
Lord Strathmore's br. h. Kesheng, five years old (owner) ..
Mr. Brand na. Mr. Tilbury's Khondooz, aged (Mr. Bevill) .. ..

Won by a head. The Scurry Stakes of 5 sovs. each ; llst. 71b. each ; the winner to be sold for 40 sovs. if demanded, &c. ; half a mile (12 subscribers).

Mr. Shelley na. Keeley (Mr. Townley)
Mr. Reid na. St. Albans (Mr. A. Ricardo)
Lord Strathmore's Bedouin (owner)
Mr. Ongley's The Warrior (Mr. Bevill) ..

Mr. Pearse's Acorn, Mr. Branton's Miss Roundwood, Mr. Wiltshere's Alice, Mr. Wood's Cherokee, Mr. Ames's Maniac, and Mr. Bush's Red Doe, also started.

Won by two lengths.

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. MONDAY, April the 24th.Sweepstakes (reduced to a Match) of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1844; colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb.; those by stallions or out of mares that never bred a winner allowed 41b., only one allowance; the winner of either Riddlesworth or the Column stakes to carry 4lb. extra; R.M.

Mr. Bowes's ch. c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Maid of Lune, 8st. 3lb. (F. Butler) .. 1 Mr. E. R. Clark's b. c. Self-defence, by Lanercost, out of Mountain Sylph's dam, 8st. 3lb. (8. Rogers)

6 to 5 on the winner. Won by a head. Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, h. ft., if declared by ten o'clock the evening before running, for three years old and upwards; T.Y.C. (7 subscribers, 3 paid 10 sovs. each).

Col. Peel's br. f. Vert Vert, by Venison, four years old, 8st. 41b. (Flatman) ..
Lord Exeter's br. m. Carissima, six years old, 8st. 6lb. (Bartholomew) ..
Sir R. Pigot's br. f. Prioress, by Lanercost, out of Pussy, four years old, 8st. 71b. (F.

Butler) ..
Count Batthyany's br. g. Ptolemæus, three years old, 7st. 3lb. (J. Sharp) ..

The highest weight left in at ten o'clock the evening before running being Prioress, Sst., it was raised to st. 71b., and the others accepting in proportion.

6 to 4 against Carissima, and 2 to 1 against Vert Vert.

Won by a length. Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each; for three years old 7st., four 8st. 91b., five 9st. 21b., six and aged 9st. 4lb.; D.M.

Mr. Payne's b. f. Clementina, by Venison, four years old (Flatman)
Mr. Payne's b. f. Clementing our years old (F. Butler)

.. Duke of Bedford's b. f. Bridle, four years old (F. Butler)

. " Mr. Watt's b. f. Goose, three years old (W. Marson)

2 to 1 on Bridle. Won by a length. Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for three years old colts, 8st. 71b. each ; R.M. (8 subscribers). Col. Ånson's b. c. Backbiter, by Gladiator, or Don John (F. Butler) .. Lord Glasgow's br. c. Big Jerry, by Don John, dam by Jerry, grandam by St. Patrick (Robinson) ..



" Mr. Greville's b. c. Rosslyn (Flatman) Lord W. Powlett's Franconi, by St. Francis, out of Matilda (Rogers)

2 to 1 on Rosslyn, and 7 to 2 against Backbiter.

Won by a length. Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for foals of 1845, out of mares that never bred a winner ; colts 8st. 71b., fillies &st. 3lb.; those by stallions that never got a winner allowed 3lb.; A.F. (7 subscribers). Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. c. Fugleman, by The Saddler, out of Camp Follower, 8st. 71b.

(F.-Butler) Duke of Richmond's b. f. Helter Skelter, by Venison, out of Confusionée, Sst. 31b.

(Flatman) .

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