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25 sovs 50 sovs agst Ascot Bay Middleton beaten beating Bee's-wing Beiram Belshazzar betting Bloomsbury canter carried Colonel Peel's coloured colt Craven Stakes Crucifix Don John Doncaster St Duke of Cleveland's Duke of Grafton's Duke of Richmond's Elis Emilius Epsom EPSOM DERBY Euclid extra favourite fillies Forth's four Galata Giles Glaucus Glencoe Gold Cup Goodwood Cup Greville's Grey Momus guineas Heathcote's Hornsea Houldsworth's Leger Leger Stakes Lord Chesterfield's Lord Exeter's Lord G Lord Jersey's Lord Lichfield's Lord Westminster's Mango mare Margrave Miindig mile Miss Letty Momus Muezzin Muley Newmarket Craven Meeting Oaks odds owner Oxygen pace placed Plenipo Priam Price Pussy Queen of Trumps Queen's Plate RACING SEASON Riddlesworth Ridsdale's Rockingham running second horse Second October Meeting Shilelagh Sir G Sister six and aged Spaniel Spring Meeting Stakes of 50 started subs Sultan Sweepstakes three yr Touchstone Turf Velocipede winner winning
Page 269 - OAKS, 1840. 269 sovs. each, h. ft. for three years old fillies, 8st. 4lb. ; the owner of the second horse received 100 sovs. out of the Stakes, and the winner paid 100 sovs. towards the expenses of additional police officers.
Page 92 - What happened in the race had best be narrated in Jem Robinson's words : — " I came the first half-mile, according to orders, as hard as I could lick, but when I looked round there was the great bullock cantering close by my side.
Page 230 - Stakes of 25 sovs. each, for three-year-olds ; colts 8st. 10 lb., fillies 8st. 51b. ; the owner of the second to receive 100 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 100 sovs. towards expenses, 25 sovs.
Page 45 - Chesterfield's was booked to win as a certainty ; and, if we might form an opinion from the joyful exclamations from all quarters of the course, his lordship's success would have been highly gratifying to the public — but there is " many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip.
Page 123 - Strathmore, in 1824, and is by Whisker, her dam Gibside Fairy by Hermes, out of Vicissitude by Pipator — Beatrice by Sir Peter.
Page 104 - To start at the Cup post on the New mile, and go once round, about two miles and a half.
Page 102 - Renewal of the Oaks Stakes of 50 sovs. each, h. ft, for three yrs. old fillies, 8st.
Page 273 - Portraits of the Winning Horses of the Great St. Leger Stakes, at Doncaster from the year 1815 to the present year inclusive (uncoloured vignette) (rule) London: Published by 5.