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A Handicap Sweepstakes of 15 sovs. each, and only 5 ft. if declared by the 20th of March, with 50 added by the Stewards, for three years old and upwards; a winner of any handicap after the declaration of the weights to carry 510., of the Great Northamptoushire, Lord Spencer's Plate, or the Granby Handicap 71b. extra; TY.C. (7 subscribers, 2 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each).
Lord Chesterfield's b. c. Humphrey, by Cotherstone, four years old, 6st. 9lb. (Wells)
Mr. R. Sutton's ch. c. by The Knight of the Whistle, three years old, 6st. 61b. (Cowep) 5 6 to 4 against 'lightwaist, 2 to 1 against Humphrey, and 5 to 2 against St. Ann. Won easily
by a length and a half, a length between the second and third. The Granby Handicap of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 only if declared on or before the 1st of March, for horses of all denominations (two years old expected); the winner paid 15 sovs. to the Racing fund; Granby Course; about a mile and a half (50 subscribers, 33 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each.)
Mr. Jones's br. g. Melford, by Melbourne (half-bred), aged, 10st. (Lord Cardross) .. 1
Mr. Isaac Day's b. m. New Forest Deer, aged, 10st. 9lb. (Mr. White) ..
against Melford. Won by half a neck, and half a neck between the second and third. The Billesdon Coplow Stakes of 5 sovs, each, with 20 added, for any horse or mare that has been bona fide hunted with the Belvoir, Cottesmore, Donnington, or Quorudon hounds since the 1st of February, 1851; 12st. each; a winner of 100 sovs. previous to starting to carry 121b., and of 50 sovs. 71b. extra; once round (9 subscribers).
Mr. Story's b, g. Oscar (Capt. Williams) ..
Won by half a head. WEDNESDAY.-The Farmers' Handicap of 50 sors., and 5 to the second horse, given to be run for by those horses which saved their distance in every heat of the Farmers' plate ; Gentlemen riders; heats, once round.
Mr. W. Pinder's b. m, Minx, ilst. (Capt. Williams)
.. 2 Mr. Green's ch. g. Johnny Russell, 11st. 9ìb. (Count Batthyany) ..
.. 4 dr. Mr. W. Hilton's br. m. Wait-a-while, 10st. 10lb. (Mr. Caldwell)
5 dr. Mr. T. Cross's gr. m. Fanny Gray, 10st. 71b. (Sir T. Moncrieffe) .. .. 6 dr.' Mr. T. Sharp's bl. m. Black Bess, 11st. (Capt. Haworth) ...
ohny dr. A gold Cup, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 only if declared on or before the 1st of March, for horses of all denominations (two years old excepted); the winner of the Granby handicap to have carried 10lb. extra; the winner paid 15 sovs. to the Racingfand; two miles (26 subscribers, 12 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each). Mr. Parr's Clothworker, by The Prime Warden, five years old, llst. 1llb. (Mr.
Won by half a neck. Lord Airlie's King James, aged, received it. from Mr. Graham's British Yeoman, aged; two miles ; 200 sovs.
A forced Handicap of 5 sovs. each, for all the winners; open to any horse that has run at this meeting; one mile (10 subscribers).
Mr. Scott's b. c. Warwick, by Sir Isaac, four years old, 10st. 6lb. (Capt. Little) ..
Won by a neck.
CATTERICK BRIDGE. TIRSDAY, April the 3rd - The Brough Stakes of 10 sovs. each, 5 st., with 20 added by Sir W. Lawson; three years old 6st. 101b., four 8st. 31b., five 8st. 9 b., six and aged 9st.; mores and geldings allowed 31b.; one mile and a quarter (6 subscribers).
Mr. Ewbank's ch. c. England's Glory, by Emilius or Clarion, three years old (Irvirc) 1 Lord Zetland's b. g. Radulpbus, ager (J. Marzon) ..
Mr. Dawson's b. f. Tightwaist, three yers old (Charlton) ..
6 to 4 England's Glory. Won in a canter by four lengths. First year of the third Easby Triennial Produce Stakes of 10 sovs, each, 5 ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1848; colts 8st. 7ib., fillies 8st. 3lb.; the second saved his stake, and the winner paid 5 sovs. towards expenscs; straight run in (21 subscribers).
Mr. J. Scott's b. f. Songstress, by Birdcatcher, out of Cyprian (Simpson)
of General Chasue's dam (Cartwright) .
Mork (bolted) (G. Abdale) Even on Ladybird, 5 to 2 against Songstress, and 3 to 1 against Agnes Wickfield. Won by a
neck, the second beating the third a head. Third year of the first Easby Triennial Produce Stakes of 10 sovs. cach, 5 st., for the produce of mares covered in 1846 ; colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.; the second saved his stake, and the winner paid 5 sovs. towards expenses; two miles (25 subscribers).
Mr. Meiklam's b. c. The Italian, by Touchstone (Templeman)
4 to 1 on The Italian Won in a canter by three lengths. Second year of the second Easby Triennial Produce Stakes of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., for the produce of mares covered in 1847; colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.; the second saved his stake, and the winner paid 5 sovs. towards expenses; to start at the end of the straight run in, and go once round and in (24 subscribers).
Mr. W. Allan's b. c. Neashara, by Hetman Platoff (Templeman) ..
6 to 4 on Neasham, and 2 to 1 against Prestc. Won by two lengths. The Revival Stakes (handicap) of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., and only 5 if declared by the 15th of March, with 30 added, for four years old and upwards; the second horse saved his stake, and the winner paid 10 sovs. towards expenses, and 5 gs. to the Judge; the winner of any handicap value 100 sovs. after the weights are declared to carry 5lb. extra; two miles (10 subscribers, 5 of whom paid 5 sovs, each).
Mr. J. Scott's b. c. Mulgrave, by Sleight-of-hand, four years old, 7st. (Charlton) .. 1
2 to 1 on Mulgrave. Won easily by three lengths. The Filly Stakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., for three years old fillies, 8st. 31b, each ; one mile and a half (4 subscribers).
Mr. Hesseltine's ch. f. Unity, by Anti-Repealer (Longstaff) .. .. .. 1 Mr. Pedley's bl. f. Paquetta (Templeman)
3 to 1 on Unity. Won by a length. Friday, April the 4th.—The Claret Stakes of 10 sovs. each; for three years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 3lb.; two mile; (4 subscribers).
Mr. H. J. Thompson's b. c. Gholab Singh, by Defence or Galaor, out of Nursling, walked over.
The gold Cup, or Stakes, by subscription of 10 gs. each ; three years old 7st., four Ost. 21b., five 9st. 101b., six and aged 10st.; mares and geldings allowed 31b.; the winner of any cup in 1850 at Ascot, Goodwood, or Doucaster, to carry 71b., of two such cups 10lb., of three ditto 141b. extra; of any other cup, plate, or stake value 100 sovs., in 1850 or 1851, 5lb., of two ditto 71b. extra, but the extra weight not to exceed 141b. (handicaps excepted); three years old having been beaten in 1850 or 1851, and not having won, allowed 5lb., foar years old and upwards having never won or received as second horse 100 sovs. at any one time in 1850 or 1851, and not having been placed in the Derby, Oaks, or St. Leger, allowed 121b., five years old and upwards ditto in 1849, 1850, or 1851, allowed 161b. (handicaps excepted); the winner paid 5 sovs. to the fund; two miles (4 subscribers). Mr. Wintringham's b. m. Lady-I-am-Off, by Sheet Anchor, six years old, 8st. 9lb.
(Wintringham) Mr. John Gill's ro. f. by Emilius, dam bý Inheritor, out of Nell, three years old, 6st.
1 llb. (Irvine) .. Mr. Dawson's ch. f. Avia, three years old. 6st. lllb. (Johnson) Even og Avia, 2 to 1 against the Emilius f., and 7 to 2 against Lady.l-am Om. Won by a
neck. The Champagne Stakeg of 20 sovs. cach, h. ft.; for t.o years old colls 8st. 61b, and fillies