HANDICAP of 10 sov. each, ft ft., and only three if declared, &c.. with 50 sov. added ; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 sov. Guide to the Turf - Página 53por Ruff William - 1852Visualização integral - Acerca deste livro
| Ruff William - 1857
...are published of any handicap value 50 sovs. to carry 41b., of two fifties or 100 sovs. 71b. extra; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10** sovs. towards expenses; one mile and a half.— 21 subs. Age. | Age. Mr.H. Baker's br. f. Alma ...... | |
| charles and james weatherby - 1858
...those got hy untried stallions or out of mares which never hred a winner allowed 3ft, hoth, (Jft ; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10** SOT. towards expenses ; Castle pole, once round and in. Mr Bowes's hr. f. Go-ahead, hy Melhourne, out... | |
| c. j. and e. weatherby - 1859
...third Zetland Biennial Stakes of 15 sov. each, 5 ft. with 50 added in each year by the Race Committee ; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10** SOT. towards expenses ; to nm at three yrs old ; colts, 8st 71b, fillies, 8st 4Mt, ; a winner once... | |
| Ruff William - 1859
...value of 100 sovs. clear, to carry Mb., or of the Trades Cup lOlb. extra, but not to be accumulative ; **the second to save his stake ; and the winner to pay 10** sovs. to the Race-fund ; from the Castle pole. once round and in (about a mile and three furlongs).—... | |
| Ruff William - 1860
...each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts get 91b., flllies 8st 51b. ; 31b. and Mb. allowed, &c. ; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10** sovs. towards expenses ; TYC — 7 subs. Mr J. Merry's ch. c. by Chanticleer, out of I Mr H. Savlle's... | |
| C., J., AND E. WEATHERBY. - 1864
...one allowance; the winner of this stake in 1864 to carry 51b extra; maiden three yrs old allowed "lb; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses;** one mile and a half. For nominations, see the first year, p. 339. WORCESTER, 1864, Will take place... | |
| C. J. AND E. WATHERBY - 1865
...Thursday, February 9th, at 12 o'clock at noon (to the Clerk of the Course only at Chester) with 100 **sov. added; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay** 30 sov. towards expenses of the Course; winners of any steeple chase from the time of deelaring the... | |
| ...BEDDINGTON STAKES (Handicap) of lOiov). each, with 100 added by CH Carew, Esq., for two-year-olds ; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10** sovs. towards expenses; winners of any stake amounting to 100 soft. clear subsequently to publishing... | |
| C.,J., AND J.P. WEATHERBY - 1872
...616; the produce of uutried horses or mares that never bred a winner allowed 3ft,, only one allowance; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 sov.** to the fund; TYC (19 subs.) Ld Ailesbury's Strike Algebra Ld Anglesey's bc Coronet, by The Duke—Hiuton's... | |
| C., J., E., AND J.P. WEATHERBY - 1873
...616; the produce of untried horses or mares that never bred a winner allowed 31b, only one allowance; **the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 sov.** to the fund; one mile (19 subs.) Ld Ailesbury's Strike Algebra Ld Anglesey's bc Coronet, by The fruke... | |
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