RUFF'S GUIDE TO THE TURF OR POCKET RACING COMPANION FOR 1854 CONTAINING THE NOMINATIONS FOR 1854 ENTRIES FOR THE GREAT STATES IN 1855 ALSO A CALENDAR OFTHE RACES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRLAND, 1853
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50 sovs 7st lib agat aged agst Aldcroft Ashmall bad fourth bad third Bay Middleton beaten Birdcatcher black cap Bowes's Capt Catherine Parr Charlton colts 8st Cotherstone Derby dr First heat Epirus extra fillies 8st Flatman furlongs G. E. Sharp Gaylad Goater Greville's half a length Handicap Harkaway heats won easily Hetman Hiett inc 51b ex Ithuriel J. M. Stanley's Jack Kendall Lanercost Lass Ld Clifden's Ld Derby's Ld Eglinton's length between second list 71b lllb lOst Maid Marlow Marson Melbourne mile Miss neck Newmarket ngst once ro Orlando Osborne Osborne's Payne's Priam Queen's Plate Seahorse second and third Sir Tatton Sykes sleeves sovs Sst 71b Steggles subs Sweepstakes Tearaway three lengths three year olds Touchstone Venison winner to pay Won by half Won by three yr olds
Page ii - The Moor and the Loch. Containing Minute Instructions in all Highland Sports, with Wanderings over Crag and Corrie, Flood and Fell. By JOHN COLQUHOUN.
Page 46 - SOTS., to carry 31b. extra that year ; horses having started in 1853 and not won allowed 31b. that year ; the owner of the second horse to receive a sum equal to 10 per cent, on the whole stake, and the third a sum equal to 5 per cent, on the whole stake ; two miles, over the Old Course.
Page 190 - In running of heats, if it cannot be decided which Horse is first, the heat goes for nothing, and they may all start again, except it be between two Horses that had each won a heat.
Page 30 - , 1 1 >. . fillies 8st. 41b. ; the owner of the second horse to receive a sum equal to 10 per cent...
Page 11 - Sst. 4Ib. ; those by stallions or out of mares which never produced a winner allowed 3lb.
Page 190 - ... must be mentioned, if known, unless the dam has a name which is to be found in the Stud Book or Racing Calendar ; in which case the name of the sire and dam will be sufficient.
Page 301 - X.ESSOWS, acquire permanently an elegant and flowing style of Penmanship, adapted either to Mercantile pursuits or Private Correspondence. The numerous Testimonials received by MR. SMART from his Pupils, during many years...
Page 20 - SO sovs. each, h. ft. ; three year old fillies 8st. 71b. each ; the second to receive 100 sovs. out of the stakes ; the winner to pay 100 sovs. towards the police and regulation of the course; mile and a half ; 172 subs.