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STEWARDS. 'SECOND DAY.
William Tatton, Erq.
Richard Lyfter, Esq. WEEPSTAKES for
each, p. p. for hunters, carrying 12ft.
J. Ralph, Clerk of the Course. - 4 mile heats. The horses must bave been regularly hunted the preceding season, and never won gol.
IPSWICH. except Hunters Plates and Sweepstakes. A certificate of their having been hunted, must be produced A SUBSCRIPTION Purse of from the master of the hounds where logs. each, (p. p.) for hunters they have hunted, if required. that have never started, paid, or The horses to be named to the received forfeit, to have been Clerk of the Course, Hereford, on hunted the season before starting ; or before the first day of May. Five (a certificate thereof must be had of Subscribers, or no race ; and if more the huntsman to a regular pack of than fix Subscribers, the owner of hounds) to carry 12ft. each-the the second horse to receive back his beft of three 2-mile heats ; and to itake.
be rode by gentlemen. SUBSCRIBERS.
Horses to be entered the first day Oxford
of the Races, and the money to be John Harley
then paid to the Clerk of the John Ambroffe
Course; hours of entrance between James Roberts
eleven and one o'clock.
R, S, Liovd
agree to subscribe Joseph Esdaile 2595. each, for a Sweep takes to be William Middleton run for over Bickton's Heath, near
William Rowley the town of Shrewsbury, or: Tuesday in the race week, by thrce and four year olds; three yr olds, ēst, four yr oids, 86. zib. Fillies to be allowed | A SWEEPSTAKES of 5gs.each,
fame conditions as last. Ten 31b.
-To start at the upper chair, Subscribers, or no race. and run twice round the Course, the best of one heat. To start after
PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS. the first heat for the plate.
Devonshire H. Sitwell This Sweepstakes to close on the
Harrington J. Lockley first day of May next, and the horses
J. Cavendish to be named to the Clerk of the
G. H. Cavendish Course, on or before that day, and E. M. Mundy the money to be paid to the Clerk of
E. M. Mundy, jun. the Course, on or before the day of
E. Coke entrance, or pay double.
W. P. Inge
OXFORD. A CUP of hoogsa value, to be
rün for the first day of next Oxford Races, over Port Meadow, by Subscribers of jogs. each, p. p. If more than ten Subscribers, the surplus to be paid the winner in fpecie. Four yr olds to carry 7st. 7lb. five yr olds, 8ft. 7lb. fix yr olds, gft. and aged gft. 41b.one 4-mile heat.
The Subscribers to name their horses to the Clerk of the Course, to whom the money
is to be paid before starting, or the Subscription to be doubled.
We, whose names are hereunder subscribed, do agree to run for a Sweepstakes, on the last day of next Oxford Races, over Port Meadow, by Subscribers of iogs. each, p.p. The horses, &c. to carry the GoldCup weights, viz. four yr olds, to carry 71t. 7lb. five yr olds, 8ft. 71b. fix yr olds, gft. and aged, gft. 41b.-one 4-mile heat. The winner of the Gold Cup to carry ylb. extra.
The Subscribers to name their horses to the Clerk of the Course, on or before the first day of March, to whom the money is to be paid before starting, or the Subscription to be doubled.
N. B. If not five Subscribers, then no Race.
YORK. The Renewed Twenty-five Guineas
for Three. Pears. WE:
E, the underwritten, do agree,
to run a horse, bona fide our property, three months before the day of running over Knavesmire, the first race on Monday in the next August Meeting, for 25gs. Four yr olds. 7ft. 71b. five yr olds, st. 5lb. fix yr olds, 8ft. izlb. and aged,
HUNTERS STAKES. We, whose names are hereunder subscribed, do agree to run for a Sweepstakes of 1ogs, P. p. by horses, &c. to be bona fide the property of the Subscribers at the time of naming, to have been regularly hunted the season preceding, and never to have started for Plate, Match, or Sweepstakes, or to have paid or received forfeit, before the day of naming. Five yr olds to carry rost. zib. fix yr olds, uit. 6lb. and aged, 12ft.-one 4-mile heat. Subscription to close, and the horses to be named, on or before the.jlt day of March next. To be run the second day of next Oxford Races. The Subscription to be paid to the Clerk of the Course before starting, otherwise not entitled to the Stakes though a winner.
N. B. If not five Subscribers, then no race.
This Subscription to continue in the years 1797 and 1798.-1b, allowed to four yr old fillies. Six Subscribers, or this Subscription void. - To be named the Saturday before running, between two and fix in the evening.
to those out of mares whose pro
duce has never won Plate, Match, Sweepstakes of roogs. each, h. ft. for the produce of mares, co
or Sweepstakes, before the time of vered in 1795 ; colts, 8ft. 7lb. fil
naming-To run on Monday in the lies, 8ft. 416.-31b. allowed to
York August Meeting, 1799. Two those either got by untried stallions
Miles. No produce, no forfeit. or out of mares whose produce has
The mares, with the horses they are never won Plate, Match, or Sweep Rhodes at York, to whom a de
covered by, to be named to Mr. ftakes, before the time of naming.
Torun on Monday in the York scription of the produce are to be Auguft Meeting, 1800. Four miles,
delivered on or before the last day -No produce, no forfeit. The
of the next York August Meeting. mares, with the horses they are co
A. Hamilton vered by, 'to be named to Mr.
Wentworth Fitzwilliam Rhodes at York, to whom a descrip
Wentworth Fitzwilliam tion of their produce are to be de
C. Turner livered, on or before the last day of
Chris. Wilson the next York August Meeting. William Milner Ten Subscribers, or no race.
R. Lumley Savile
Sweepstakes of 50gs. each, for
colts and fillies, now foals, on ThursGeorge Baker
day in the Auguft Meeting, 1798 ; F. Standish
colts, 8ft. 2lb. fillies,' &ft.—The J. Wastell
last mile and a half. C. Turner
by untried stailions to be allowed J. Clifton
C. Wilson, for Sir H. Hoghton
Sweepstakes of sogs each, for Sweepstakes of 100gs. each, h. ft. colts and fillies, now two yrs old, on for the produce of mares covered Saturday in the August Meeting, by untried stallions, in 1795 ; colts 1796.—Two miles. Colts to carry 8št. 2lb. fillies, 8it.-31b. ailowed | 8ft. alb. fillies, 8ft.
W. and C. Spilsbury, Printers, Snowhill.