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the winner paid £15 to the race-fund; two miles (16 subscribers, 10 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each).

Mr. A. Cook's b. c. Inglewood, by Inheritor, four years old, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. Clarke)..
Mr. H. Johnstone's br. g. Rough and Ready, half-bred, five years old, 10st. (Mr.

Brooke)..
Mr. Osbaldeston's b. g. Naworth, aged, 11st. 6lb. (Owner)
Mr. Raworth’s b. h. Idolater, five years old, 10st. 6lb. (Mr. Scobell

) Col. Anson's b. c. Martext, four years old, 9st. 13lb. (Capt. Williams) 6 to 1 against the winner, 5 to 2 against Rough and Ready, 5 to 2 against Idolater.

Won by a head; and Naworth a bad third. The Melton Plate of 50 sovs., given by the inhabitants of Melton Mowbray ; four years old 10st. 71b., five llst. Alb., six and aged 11st. 1llb.; mares and geldings allowed 31b., lialf-bred 6lb.; a winner previous to starting to carry 5lb., if of the Tally-ho, Granby, or Coplow 10lb. extra ; one mile and a half.

Lord Howth's b. c. Merman, by Honesty or The Sea, four years old (Capt. Williams) 1 Mr. J. H. Harrison's ch. g. Sharp-shooter, aged (Mr. Brooke)

2 Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. Giselle, four years old (Owner) Mr. S. Wright's ch. m. Ruby, five years old (Mr. Parkyns) Mr. Raworth's b. h. Idolater, five years old (Mr. Scobell) Capt. Levinge's b. h. The Rector (half-bred), five years old (Lord Strathmore)..

6 to 4 on Giselle, and 3 to 1 against Merman.

Won by a neck. The Forced Handicap of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added; one mile (9 subscribers). Lord Howth's b. c. Merman, by Honesty, four years old, llst. 2lb. (Mr. Clarke) 1 Mr. Spriggs's ch. h. The Pony (half-bred), five years old, 10st. 3lb. (Mr. Scobell) Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. Giselle, four years old, 10st. 91b. (Owner) Capt. Levinge's b. b. The Reefer (half-bred), five years old, 9st .71b (Lord Strathmore) 4

Even on Merman, and 2 to 1 against Giselle.

Won by a length.

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BIBURY OLD MEETING. FRIDAY, March the 26th.—The Bibury Stakes, of 10 sovs. each, h.ft., for horses that never won (matches excepted); five years old 11st. 71b., six and aged 12st.; once round and a distance (15 subscribers). Sir C. R. Cockerell's ch. c. Congress, by Plenipotentiary, three years old

1 Mr. Pearce's ch. c. Link Boy, three years old

Won by two lengths. The United Hunters' Stakes of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft. ; 12st. each ; thorough-bred horses 71b.; horses having won previous to starting to carry 71b. extra, those that never won allowed 71b.; Bibury Stakes Course. Mr. Pearce's b. g. Jack, by Touchstone, aged, 13st.

1 Mr. Godwin's br. g. Cracker, aged, 12st. ..

2 Won easily. The Aldsworth Handicap of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 added ; about a mile and threequarters (7 subscribers). Mr. Isaac Day ns. bc. Quicksand, by Liverpool, out of Parasina, three years old, Est 121b.

1 Mr. Waller's b. h. Columbus, five years old, 10st. 101b.

2 Won by a peck. A Handicap Hurdle Race of 5 sovs. each ; about a mile and three-quarters. Mr. Evans's ch. g. Redstreak, by Tipple Cider, five years old, 11st, 21b...

1 Capt. Conelly's Liberty, aged, 10st. 71b... Mr. Taylor's ch. f. by Bubastes, four years old, 9st. Capt. Pettat's Verex, five years old, 10st. 71b.

4 Mr. Watley's Sparta, 10st.

5 Won by half a length.

A Handicap of 5 sovs. each, 1 ft.; one mile. Mr. Isaac Day ns. b. c. Quicksand, three years old, 9st. 71b.

1 Mr. Protheroe's Valeria, five years old, 11st. 7lb.

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NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING. MONDAY, April the 5th.—The Craven Stakes, a subscription of 10 sovs. each ; three years old 6st., four dst. 4lb., five 8st. 13lb., six and aged 9st. 5lb.; A. F.

Mr. Mostyn's b. c. King of Morven, by Bay Middleton, three years old (Kitchener)..
Duke of Bedford's br. h. Weatherbit, five years old (F. Butler)
Mr. Marson ns. b. f. The Cardinal's Niece, three years old (W. Marson)

3 2 to 1 on Weatherbit. Won by a length. Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs, each, and only 5 ft. if declared, &c., to go to the owner

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of the secoad horse, for three and four year olds ; D. M. (11 subscribers, one of whom paid 5 sovs. ft.).

Lord Orford's b. f. Prussic Acid, by Voltaire, four years old, 8st. 121b. (Flatman) 1
Duke of Bedford's b. f. Bridle, three years old, 6st. 121b. (R. Pettit)
Lord Chesterfield's ch. c. brother to Stitch, three years old, 6st. 71b. (J. Prince)
Lord Exeter's br. c. St. Demetri, four years old, 8st. 5lb. (8. Mann)
Lord Miltown ns. br. c. Glory, four years old, 8st 5lb. (G. Edwards)
Lord Albemarle's b. g. Radulphus, four years old, 7st. 121b. (J. Sharpe)
Mr. Combe's b. c. Conan More, three years old, 6st. 101b. (Dockeray)
Duke of Richmond's b. c. Vampyre, three years old, 6st. 71b. (Kitchener)
Mr. Payne's b. c. Lancer, three years old, 6st. 4lb. (W. Marson)
Lord Exeter's ch. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Macremma, three years old, 6st. (W.

Treen) 3 to 1 against Conan More, 4 to 1 against St. Demetri, 5 to 1 against Vampyre, 6 to 1 against

Bridle, 6 to 1 against brother to Stitch, and 8 to 1 against Prussic Acid.

Won by a length; half a length between the second and third. Handicap Sweepstakes of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft., four year olds and upwards ; T.Y.C. (6 subscribers).

Mr. Mostyn's br. f. Wilderness, by Sultan Junior, four years old, 8st. 121b. (H. Bell) 1
Lord Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, six years old, 7st. 71b. (8. Mann)
Mr. R. Boyce's gr. m. Colleen Bawn, five years old, 7st. 5lb. (A. Day)
Mr. Greville's b. h. Sir Francis, five years old, 7st. 121b. (Flatman)
Lord Albemarle's ch. c. Little Vulgar Boy, four years old, 6st. 121b. (J. Sharpe)

3 to 1 each against Wilderness, Cocoa-nut, and Colleen Bawn. Won by a length. A good race for the second place; Colleen Bawn swerved at the finish.

Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three years old ; R.M. (8 subscribers). Mr. Bonverie's br. c. War Eagle, by Lanercost, out of Valentine, by Voltaire, 8st. 4lb. (J. Marson)

1 Coì. Anson's 6. c. Don Cæsar, by Don John, out of Louisa, 8st. 41b. (F. Butler) Duke of Beaufort's b. f. by Assassin, out of Esmeralda, 8st. (Flatman) Lord Exeter's b.c. Voronetz, by Hetman Platoff, out of Velveteen, 8st. 41b. (8. Mann) 4

5 to 4 on War Eagle, and 2 to 1 against Voronetz. Won easily by two lengths ; nearly the same distance between the second and third.

Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for three years old ; R. M. (6 subscribers). Duke of Richmond's b. c. Halo, by Mus, out of Prism, 8st. 71b. (Flatman)

1 Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Miami, by Venison, out of Diversion, 8st. (J. Marson)

2 Even betting. Won by a length. Renewal of the Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for colts (8st. 7lbs.) and fillies (8st. 41b.) not engaged in either Riddlesworth, the 2,000gs., or 1,000gs. stakes ; V.M. (7 subscribers). Lord E. Russell's b. f. Reminiscence, by The Saddler (J. Marson)

1 Lord Orford's gr. c. by Clearwell, out of Angelina (Flatman)

2 Mr. Wigram’s br. f. Philo, by Cæsar, out of Teleta (W. Boyce)

3 3 and 4 to 1 on Reminiscence. Won by a length. The thirty-third Riddlesworth Stakes of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1843; Ab. M. (6 subs.). Mr. Wreford's br. c. Whirligig, by Venison or Sultan Junior, out of Monimia, 8st. 71b. (A. Day)

1 Mr. Combe's b. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Harmony, 8st. 71b. (Bartholomew).. 2

3 to 1 on Whirligig. Won by a neck. Mr. O'Brien's b. c. The Traverser, by Gilbert Gurney (J. Marson), beat Mr. Gully's ch. c. Pyrrhus the First (A. Day); 8st. 7lb. each ; A.F.; 500, h. ft.

Even on Pyrrhus the First. Won by half a length. Mr. Greville's b. h. Alarm, by Venison, 8st. 71b., received 100 from the Duke of Bedford's br. c. Paragone, 7st. 9lb.; D.M.; 500, 200 ft.

Tuesday. The fourteenth Tuesday Riddlesworth Stakes of 200 sovs. each, h, ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1843; D.M. (6 subscribers). Col. Peel's br. c. King of Naples, by Slane, out of Hester, 8st. 716. (Flatman)

1 Duke of Bedford's ch. f. Fistiana, by Gladiator, out of Misnomer, 8st. 41b. (F. Butler) 2 Mr. Wreford's br. f. Wild Doe, by Venison, out of Wapiti, 8st. llb. (A. Day)

6 to 4 against King of Naples, 6 to 4 against Fistiana, and 2 to 1 against Wild Doe. Won by a head; Fistiana defeating Wild Doe by the same distance for the second place.

Sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1843, not engaged in either Riddlesworth; D.M. (7 subscribers). Mr. W. S. Stanley's b. f. Bella Donna, by Gladiator or The Doctor, out of Flambeau's dam, 8st. 4lb. (W. Boyce)

1 Lord Stradbroke's b. c. by The Saddler, out of Marpessa, 8st. 71b. (Robinson).. Col. Peel's b. f. Sorrel, by Slane, out of Sea-kale, 8st. llb. (Flatman)

5 to 4 on Marpessa colt, and 6 to 4 against Bella Donna.

Won by half a length; Sorrel a bad third.

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The renewal of the Newmarket Handicap Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 10 st., and only 5 if declared to Messrs. Weatherby on or before the 24th of January, with 100 added from the Town Race-fund, and 100 by the Jockey Club, for three years old and upwards; Clermont course, about a mile and three-quarters; the owner of the second horse to receive 100 sovs. out of the stakes (77 subscribers, 39 of whom paid 5 sovs. ft.). Mr. Gregory's ch. c. Clermont, by Euclid, dam by Taurus, out of Mysie, three years old, 4st. 10lb. (Treen, jun.)

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Lord E. Russell's br. c.'sting, four years old, 8st. 6lb. (J. Marson)
Sir C. Monck's br. f. Vanish, four years old, 7st. 21b. (Simpson)
Mr. W. Cuthbert's Queen of Tyne, aged, 7st. 131b. (Sly)
Lord Orford's br. c. Footstool, four years old, 7st. 131b. (F. Butler)
Mr. Wigram's br. h. Kesheng, five years old, 7st. 1llb. (W. Boyce)
Mr. Pemberton's b. g. Best Bower, six years old, 7st. 8lb. (R. Pettit)
Lord Miltown's ch. h. Duc an Durras, five years old, 7st. 71b. (A. Day)
Col. Peel's ch. in. Campanile, five years old, 7st. 71b. (Flatman)
Mr. R. H. Nevill's gr. h. Reniorse, five years old, 7st. 5lb. (Staples)
Sir J. Hawley's bl. c. Humdrum, four years old, 7st. llb. (J. Prince)
Lord Chesterfield's b. c. Free Lance, four years old, 73t. llb. (W. Marson)
Lord Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, six years old, 6st. 1llb. (J. Sharpe)
Lord Stradbroke's b. c. Lynceus, four years old, 6st. 11lb. (Clay) ..
Mr. Mostyn's b. f. Devil-me-care, three years old, 5st. 8lb. (carried 5st. 111b.) (Kit-

chener)
Mr. Hargreaves' ch. c. Bit-nibble, three years old, 5st. 4lb. (Charlton)
Col. Peel's b. f. Palma, three years old, 5st. llb. (J. Mann)..
Duke of Richmond's b. c. Vampyre, three years old, 4st. 10lb. (Collins)

Lord Glasgow's b. f. Discontent, three years old, 4st. 81b. (carried 4st. 121b. (Rider).. 3 to 1 against Clermont, 5 to 1 against Vanish, 6 to 1 against Footstool, 7 to 1 against Sting,

12 to 1 against Kesheng, 12 to 1 against Lynceus, 12 to 1 against Campanile, and 20 to 1 against Queen of Tyne. Won by a length; Sting beating Vanish by a head for the second place ; Lynceus fourth,

Vampyre next. Mr. Greville's b. h. Alarm, 8st. 4lb., received forfeit from Mr. Mytton's ch. h. The Baron, 8st. llb.; T. M. M.; 500, h. ft.

WEDNESDAY.–Subscription Plate of £50, for three years old 7st., four 8st. 71b., five 9st., six and aged 9st. 21b.; T. Y. C.

Lord Exeter's br. h. Wood Pigeon, by Velocipede, five years old (S. Mann)
Mr. Mostyn's br. f. Wilderness, four years old (Flatman)

0 2 Mr. Robert's br. f. Mogulistan, three years old (Clay) Mr. Ford's b. f. Shahzadee, by Cæsar, out of Lead, three years old (J. Prince) 4 Lord Orford's b. f. Tarella, three years old (J. Sharpe) 3 to 1 on Wilderness. A dead heat. Mogulistan was beaten about a length.

Deciding heat.--2 to 1 on Wilderness. Won by a length. Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for three year old colts (8st. 71b.) and fillies (8st. 21b.); D.M. (8 subscribers). Duke of Richmond's b. c. Halo (Flatman)

1 Col. Anson's br. c. Lazarillo, by Jereed, out of La Bohemienne (F. Butler)

2 Lord Lonsdale's br. c. Ibrahim Pacha, by Camel, out of Young Kean's dam (Bartholomew)

3 2 to 1 on Halo. Won easily by two lengths. The Column Stakes (produce) of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three years old; R.M. (31 subscribers).

Mr. Bowes's ch. c. Epirote, by Epirus, 8st. 21b. (F. Butler)..
Col. Peel's b. f. Palma, 8st. llb. (Flatman)

2 Duke of Richmond's b. c. Red Hart, by Venison, out of The Soldier's Daughter, 8st. 716. (H. Bell) ..

3 Lord Exeter's br. c. Voronetz, 8st. 21b. (S. Mann)

2 to 1 on Epirote. Won by a length; Palma beating Red Hart for the second place by half a length. Mr. Gully's br. f. Mendicant, by Touchstone, 8st. 71b. (F. Butler), beat Lord Glasgow's b. f. Conspiracy, 8st. (Flatman); D.M.; 300, h. ft.

7 to 4 on Mendicant. Won by a neck. Mr. Byng's ch. h. Garry Owen, by St. Patrick, aged, 7st. 10lb., received forfeit from Lord E. Russell's Reminiscence, three years old, 7st. 8lb.; T.Y.C.; 200, h. ft.

THURSDAY.–Subscription Plate of £50; three years old 6st. 121b., four 8st. 71b., five 9st., six and aged 9st. 3lb.; D. M. ; the winner to be sold for 300 sovs. if demanded, &c. Col. Anson's b. c. Dou Cæsar, by Don John, three years old (J. Sharpe)

1 Lord Chesterfield's b. c. Free Lance, four years old (Flatman)

2 Duke of Bedford's br. h. Captain Phebus, five years old (F. Butler) Col. Peel's br. f. Vert Vert, three years old (carried 7st.) (Chapple) Mr, Barne's b. c. Tuft-hunter, three years old (Pearl)

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Mr. Newton's b. c. Redwing, three years old (Kitchener)

0 Mr. J. S. Douglas's gr. c. The Positive Young Man, by 'The Saddler, out of Miss Etty,

three years old (Warren) 5 to 2 against Redwing, 7 to 2 against Vert Vert, 9 to 2 against Free Lance, 5 to 1 against

Captain Phebus, and 6 to 1 against Don Cæsar. Won by a head; Free Lance beating Vert Vert for the second place by the same distance.

Sweepstakes of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1843; D. M. (8 subscribers).

Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Vanity, by Camel, out of Vat, &st. 4lb. (J. Marson)
Duke of Bedford's ch. f. Fistiana, Sst. llb. (Flatman)..
Col. Anson's b. c. Jack Justers, by Colwick, out of Pauline, 8st. 10lb. (F. Butler) ..

5 to 4 on Vanity. Won easily by a length.
Sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for foals of 1844; D. M. (14 subscribers).
Mr. Mostyn's b. c. Planet, by Bay Middleton, 8st. 71b. (Flatman)

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Mr. Bowes's ch. c. Epirote, 8st. Alb. (F. Butler)
Mr. Mostyn's b. c. King of Morven, 8st. 716. (Ú. Bell)
Lord Albemarle's ch. c. Ingoldsby, 8st. 71b. (Robinson)

3 to 1 on Planet, and 4 to 1 against Epirote.
Won cleverly by half a length; King of Morven a bad third.

Mr. Mostyn declared to win with Planet.
Post Match, 300 each, h. ft.; D. M.; each party named three fillies, one to the post, 8st. 71b.

Lord Chesterfield's ch. f. Lady Lurewell, by Hornsea (Flatınan), beat Lord Exeter's b. f. Cosachia, by Hetman Platoff, out of Galata (S. Mann).

6 to 4 on Cosachia. Won easily by half a length. Friday.—Handicap Sweepstakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., for all ages; T. Y.C. (10 subscribers).

Mr. Merton's b. h. African, by Mulatto, aged, 7st. 10lb. (W. Abdale)
Lord Exeter's br. m. Cocoa-nut, six years old, 6st. 13lb. (J. Sharpe)
Mr. T. Rolt’s br. h. Bishop of Romford's Cob, aged, 8st. 71b. (E. Edwards)
Mr. Byng's ch. h. Garry Owen, aged, 8st. 7lb. (Flatman)
Mr. Cuthbert's hr. f. Banana, four years old, 7st. 41b. (G. Myers)
7 to 4 against Garry Owen, 3 to 1 against African, and 3 to ] against Cocoa-nut.

Won by half a length.
Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three years old; D. M. (6 subscribers).
Mr. J. S. Douglas's gr. f. Marie Louise, by The Saddler, 8st. Alb. (F. Butler)
Lord Chesterfield's ch. f. Lady Lurewell, 8st. 21b. (Flatman)
Duke of Rutland's b. f. Bella Donna, 8st. 71b. (Robinson)
Lord Exeter's ch. c. Tanais, by Hetman Platoff, out of Toga, Sst. 5lb. (S. Mann)
Col. Peel's b. f. Sorrel, 7st. 9lb. (Chapple)
Mr. Merton's b.

f. Mouseling, 7st. 516. (W. Abilale) 5 to 4 against Mouseling, 3 to 1 against Bella Donna, and 4 to 1 each against Lady Lurewell

and Sorrel.

Won by half a length ; Mouseling a good third. Lord E. Russell's b. f. Reminiscence, three years old, 6st. 71b. (Kitchener), beat Mr. Moore's b. h. Wolf-dog, five years old, 9st. (F. Butler); A. F.; 200, h. ft.

Even betting. Won easily by two lengths. Mr. R. Boyce's gr. mn. Colleen Bawn, by Argirio, Sst. 71b. (J. Marson), beat the Duke of Bedford's b. b. Leopard, 8st. 3 lb. (F. Butler); A. F.; 100, h. ft.

2 to 1 on Leopard. Won by a head. The Port Stakes, a sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for colts, 8st. 71b., and fillies, 8st. 41b.; four years old not named in the Claret; T. M. M.; the owner of the second horse to receive back his stake (11 subscribers). Lord E. Russell's br. c. Sting, by Slane (J. Marson)

1 Mr. W. Scott's b. c. Sir Tatton Sykes (W. Scott)

2 5 to 1 on Sting. Won in a canter by eight lengths. Duke of Bedford's c. Gag, by The Saddler, dam by Langar, out of sister to Cobweb, 8st. 10lb., received forfeit from Lord W. Powlett's c. by Euclid, out of Nell Gwynne, Sst. 71b.; new T.Y.C. ; 200, h. ft.

BURTON CONSTABLE. WEDNESDAY, April the 7th.---The Gold Cup, value 100 sovs., the surplus in specie, by subscription of 10 sovs. each, 2 sovs. ft., for horses that have been regularly hunted with any pack of hounds during the season of 1846 and 1847; the winner paid 10 sovs. towards expenses, and the owner of the second horse saved his stake; two miles and a half (33 subscribers). Sir J. Gerard's br. h. Pantasa, by Picaroon, five years old, 11st. 77b. (Owner)

1 Mr. W. Scott's b. c. Highfield, four years old, 10st. 9lb. (Mr. Osbaldestou)

2 and 3 to 1 on Pantasa. Won easily by three lengths. The Drawing-room Stakes of 10 sors. each, with 30 added by the Town of Hull; the

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winner paid 5 sovs. to the judge, and the last horse paid 2 sovs. towards expenses ; one mile and a half (7 subscribers). Mr. A. Lock's b. c. Inglewcou, by Inheritor, four years old, llst. 13lb. (Mr, S. Erskine)

1 Sir J. Gerard's b. g. The Snob, five years old, 11st. 131b. (Owner)

2 and 3 to 1 on Inglewood. Won easily by two lengths. The Shorts, a sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added by Sir Jol Gerard, Bart.; from the last turn in, about a quarter of a mile (11 subscribers).

Mr. O'Brien's b. h. The Magnet, by Camel, five years old, 12st. 71b. (Mr S. Erskine) 1 Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. g. Cerberus, four years old, 11st. 5lb. (Owner)

2 Sir. J. Gerard's b. f. Curiosity, four years old, 11st. 51b. (Owner) Mr. Atkinson's b. f. Extra, three years old, 10st. 9lb. (Mr. W. H. Wilkinson).. Mr. E. Walker's ch. m. by Memnon Junior, out of Gulnare (half-bred), five years old,

llst. 8lb. (Capt. Broadley) Mr. T. Walters' b. '9. Ratcliffe, six years old, 12st. 31b. (Col. Thompson), and Mr. J. Osborne's

gr. f. by Robin Gray, out of Tractarian's dam, three years old, 10st. llb. (Mr. C. Boynton), came to the post, but did not get off. 2 to 1 against The Magnet, 3 to 1 against Ratcliffe, and 5 to 1 against Curiosity.

Won by half a neck. The Holderness Stakes (handicap) of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added by the Town of Hedon, for all ages (three years old excepted); one mile (5 subscribers). Sir J. Gerard's h. f. Curiosity, by Hetnian Platoff

, four years old, 10st. 81b., walked over. TIRSDAY.-- The Gerard Stakes (handicap) of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 50 added by Sir John Gerard, Bart.; a winner once after the publication of the weights to carry 6lb., and twice 10lb. extra; the owner of the second horse saved his stake, and the last horse paid 5 sovs. towards expenses ; two miles (14 subscribers). Mr. A. Cook's b. c. Inglewood, four years old, 12st. llb. (increased 10lb. extra) (Mr. S. Erskine)

1 Sir J. Gerard's b.g. Perpetual Motion (half-bred), five years old, 10st. Blb. (Owner)

2 and 3 to 1 on Inglewood. Won by half a neck. The Farmers' Plate of 5 sovs. each, with 10 added, and 50 more by Sir John Gerard, Bart.; three years old 9st., four 10st. 71b., five 11st. 61b., six and aged 12st.; ridden by farmers or their sons; once round and a distance (15 subscribers).

Mr. G. Simpson's ch. m. Mrs. Hudson, by Slane, five years old (Mr. W. Simpson) 1
Mr. W. Wise's br. g. by The Bard, out of Eliza, four years old (Owner)
Mr. Lambert's b. m. Shepherdess, five years old (Mr. Whitworth)
Mr. T. I eonard's bl. c. Midnight, by Oscar, dam by M'Adam, half-bred, six years old,

(Owner)..
Mr. R. Bell's b. f. Amasino, three years old (Mr. T. Bell)
Mr. Atkinson's b. f. Extra, three years old (Mr. R. Wright, jun.)
Mr. J. D. Robson's ch. h. Longford, aged (Mr. F. Hopkinson)
Mr. J. Clarke's ch. f. by Stockport, out of sister to Righton, four years old (Owner)..
Mr. G. Wray, jun.'s b. m. by Ishmael, out of Miss Foote, five years old (Owner)
Mr. T. Hogg's b. m. Cottage Girl, half-bred, five years old (Mr. W. Lamplugh)
Mr. W. G. Loft's ch. g. Repealer, half-bred, six years old (Owner)
Mr. G. C. Ford ns, br. m. Miss Kitty, half-bred, by Tranby, five years old (Mr. W.

Champney)
Mr. W. Baxter's b. m, by Contest, out of Risk, five years old (Mr. H. Baxter)
Mr. Lamplugh's The Stranger, late Rowland Hill, five years old (Mr. Holliday)

Won by a neck. The Burton Constable Stakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 50 added; mares and geldings allowed 31b.; three-quarters of a mile (6 subs).

Mr. J. Walter's br. g. Ratcliffe, by St. Nicholas, six years old, 12st. (Col. Thompson) 1 Mr. O'Brien's b. h. The Magnet, five years old, 12st. 3lb. (Mr. S. Erskine)

2 Sir J. Gerard's b. f. Curiosity, four years old, llst. llb. (Owner) Mr. W. Scott's b. c. Highfield, four years old, 11st. 41b. (Mr. C. Boynton) Mr. W. Baxter's b. m. by Contest, out of Risk, five years old, Ilst. 81b. (Capt. Broadley)

6 to 4 against The Magnet, and 2 to 1 against Ratcliffe.

Won by a neck; Magnet beating Curiosity by half a neck. The Carlton Stakes of 10 sovs. each, for half-bred hunters; 13st. each ; mares and geldings allowed 31b.; two miles (7 subscribers).

Sir J. Gerard's b. g. Perpetual Motion, by Contest, five years old (Owner)
Col. Thompson's b.g. Hamlet, aged (Owner)
Mr. T. Leonard's b. h. Miduright, half-bred, six years old (Capt. Broadley)

3 6 to 4 on Perpetual Motion. Won in a canter. A Handicap Stakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., and only 5 if declared, &c., with 100 added by the stewards; once round and a distance (17 subscribers, 14 of whom paid only 5 sovs.), Sir J. Gerard's br. h. Pantasa, five years old, 12st. 2/b. (Owner)

1 Mr. O'Brien's b. b. The Magnet, five years old, 11st. 41). (Mr. S. Erskine)

5 to 4 on Magnet. Won by half a length.

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