THE RACING CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1854. RACES TO COME. VOLUME THE EIGHTY-SECOND.

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Seite 6 - Saturday evening of that week; and if not accepted, or only one challenger, to be returned unopened : but if accepted, or if more than one challenger, to be then opened and declared a match, or sweepstakes of 200 sov.
Seite xiv - Where a plate is won by two heats, the preference of the horses is determined by the places they get in the second heat.
Seite xxxi - In naming or entering for any race where there shall be any particular conditions required as a qualification to start, it shall be sufficient if the horse were qualified at the expiration of the time allowed for naming or entering, and he shall not be disqualified by anything which may happen after the expiration of that time, unless so specified in the article...
Seite xxiii - ... run any horse for any race either in his own name or in that of any other person, and any horse of which he is wholly or partly the owner, or which after the fact of his being warned off has been twice published in the Racing Calendar...
Seite xxxvii - Plate is liable to be claimed by the Owner of any other horse in the race for the price for which he is entered to be sold, and the amount of the Stake ; the Owner of the second horse to be first entitled to claim, and the others in the order in which their horses are placed, and the winner to have the last claim.
Seite xxxix - C's rider, after saving his distance the second heat, dismounts between the Distance-post and the end, but remounts, rides past the Ending-post, and weighs as usual ; starts and wins the third heat, and weighs without any objection being made. A, being second the third heat, in a short time afterwards demands the subscription (not knowing till then that C's rider bad dismounted), and refuses to start for the fourth heat, which B and C run for, and C wins.
Seite xxxi - ... disqualified for winning the race, whether such jostle or cross happened by the swerving of the horse, or by the foul and careless riding of the jockey, or otherwise...
Seite xvii - Nov. 1831 At a Meeting of the Stewards and Members of the Jockey Club, it was stated that much uncertainty had prevailed with regard to the operation of the rules and orders of the Jockey Club, and therefore it was thought proper to declare that they apply to all races run at, and engagements made for, Newmarket ONLY, the Jockey Club having no authority to extend their rules and orders to any other place...
Seite xxvii - The day, with respect to the engaging of the ground for trials, shall be divided into three periods ; that is, previously to eight o'clock in the morning, from one to half-past three in the afternoon, and after half-past three in the afternoon, from the first day of the Craven Meeting to the end of the Houghton Meeting : during the rest of the year the first period extends to nine o'clock in the morning. No trainer...
Seite xviii - Horseracing, the facts or points of difference be reduced into writing, and be sent by or with the sanction of the Stewards where the matter in question occurred, and the parties must agree in writing to abide by the decision of the Stewards of the Jockey Club.

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