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Eighth Sunday after Trinity.

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8 T Royal Regatta, Southampton. 9 WR. Victoria Yacht Club, Ryde. 10 T Cr.-M.C.C. v. Sussex, Horsham. 11 F Tunbridge R. Staines Regatta. r 4 40 17 4017 12 S Grouse Shooting begins. s 7 28 18 9 29 4 35 5 0 13 Linth Sunday after Trinity. r 4 4319 9 44 14 M Cr.-Kent v. Eng., at Canterbury.s 7 24 20 10 15 T Egham R. Carnarvon Regatta. r 4 47 21 10 20 16 W s 7 2022 10 44 17 T Plymouth Races. Paisley Races. r 4 5023 11 15 18 F Guildford Races.

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Mincemeat

Winner of the Cals 185,

MINCEMEAT.

WINNER OF THE OAKS, 1854.

ENGRAVED BY E. HACKER, FROM A PAINTING BY HARRY HALL.

BY CASTOR.

Mincemeat, bred by Mr. James Cookson, in 1851, is by Sweetmeat out of Hybla, by the Provost, her dam Otisina (sister to Lanercost) by Liverpool-Otis by Bustard (son of Buzzard)Gayhurst's dam by Election.

Sweetmeat, bred by Mr. George Clarke, in 1842, was by Gladiator out of Lollypop, by Starch or Voltaire, Few even of our youngest turfites will require to be reminded that he was a first-class racehorse; while in the stud he already ranks, in addition to the Oaks winner, as the sire of Bridesmaid, Brown Brandy, Comfit, Guava, Honeywood, Jujube, My Fancy, Pastry-cook, Peppermint, SugarCandy, Sweetness, Trifle, and others. His stock, then two-year-olds, first appeared in 1851.

Hybla, bred by Mr. James Cookson in 1846, never appeared on the turf, while her first foal is the trump-card now in play.

Mincemeat is a light bay filly, with a neat blood-like head, straight neck, good shoulders and back-a little high on the rump, and drooping towards the tail. She has fair-sized quarters, very clean hocks, knees, and legs, but not over large arms or gaskins. She is altogether rather a light-looking mare, and perhaps a better one than her appearance would warrant us in supposing.

PERFORMANCES.

In 1853, Mincemeat, then two years old, made her first appearance at Goodwood, where, ridden by S. Rogers, and carrying 8st. 4lb., she ran second to Mr. Gully's Andover, 8st. 71b., for the Molecomb Stakes of 50 sovs, each &c., T.Y.C. Mr. Knowles's The Caliph, 8st. 71b. (3), Lord Exeter's Amos, 8st. 71b. (4), and Mr. Payne's Strutaway, 8st. 4lb., also ran.-10 to 1 against Mincemeat, who was beaten a length and a half.

At Newmarket, First October Meeting, ridden by Rogers, and carrying 8st. 3lb., she ran a dead heat for second place with Count Batthyany's Campstool, 8st. 7lb., in the Rutland Stakes, of 30 sovs. each, &c.-urn of the lands in, won by Lord Exeter's Delia, 8st. 3lb. Lord Exeter's Amos, 8st. 7lb., also ran.-Even on Mincemeat. Won by a length.

At Newmarket Second October Meeting, ridden by Charlton, and carrying 8st. 1lb., she won the Bedford Stakes of 50 sovs. each, &c.from the Ancaster Post to the Duke's Stand, beating Mr. Payne's Spinaway, 8st. 11lb. (2), Lord Exeter's Phaeton, 8st. 7lb. (3), and Mr. Mare's Switch, 8st. 4lb.-The winner not mentioned in the betting. Won by two lengths.

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