| charles and james weatherby - 1857
...yards. The top side of the Course, furthest from the Stand, has a strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course...straight run in of nearly half a mile, perfectly flat.** The TYC is nearly three-quarters of a mile. The remaining Courses are portions of the circle, and are... | |
| charles and james weatherby - 1858
...yards. The top side of the Course, furthest from the Stand, has a strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course...a straight run in of nearly half a mile, perfectly** fiat. The TYC is nearly three quarters of a mile. At the Spring Meeting the TYC is the straight half-mile.... | |
| c. j. and e. weatherby - 1859
...yards. The top side of the Course, furthest from the Stand, has a strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course...straight run in of nearly half a mile, perfectly flat.** The TYC is nearly threequarters of a mile. At the Spring Meeting the TYC is the straight half-mile.... | |
| c. j., and e. weatherby - 1862
...yards. The top side of the Course, furthest from the Stand, has a strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course...straight run in of nearly half a mile, perfectly flat.** The TYC is nearly three-quarters of a mile. At the Spring Meeting the TYC is the straight half-mile.... | |
| O. J. AND E. WEATHERBY - 1863
...yards. The top side of the Course, furthest from the Stand, has n strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course...straight run in of nearly half a mile, perfectly flat.** The TYC is nearly three-quarters of a mile. At the Spring Meeting the TYC is the straight half-mile.... | |
| C., J., AND E. WEATHERBY. - 1864
...yards. The top side of the Course, furthest from the Stand, has a strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course...straight run in of nearly half a mile, perfectly flat.** The TYC is nearly three-quarters of a mile. At the Spring Meeting the TYC is the straight half-mile.... | |
| 1865
...yards. The top side ot the Course, furthest from the Stand, has a strong hill for rather more than **a quarter of a mile. The remaining parts of the Course are level, with a straight** tun in of nearly half a mile. The TYC is nearly three quarters of a mile. At the bipring Meeting the... | |
| C., J., AND E. WEATHERBY. - 1866
...the mile post there ia a alight descent for a quarter of a mile ; the remaining parts of the Coarse **are level, with a straight run in of nearly- half a mile, perfectly flat.** The TY;C. is five furlongs and 100 yards. At the Spring Meeting the TYC is the straight half-mile.... | |
| 1869
...hill for a little more than a quarter of a mile, after passing the mile post there is a slight descent **for a quarter of a mile; the remaining parts of the...perfectly flat, which is the Brocklesby Stakes Course. The** TYC is five furlongs and 100 yards. At the Spring Meeting the TYC U the straight half-mile. The remaining... | |
| c., j., and j. p. weatherby - 1870
...for a little more than a quarter of a mile, «nd after passing the mile post there isa slight descent **for a quarter of a mile ; the remaining parts of the Course are level, with a straight** ran in of nearly half a mile, perfectly flat, which is the Broeklesby Stakes Course. The TYC is five... | |
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