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· Miles. Furls. Yds. Clermont Course (from the Ditch to

the Duke's stand) ..........., 1 5 217 Across the Flat .....

1 2 44 Rowley Mile .......

1 0 1 Ditch Mile.................

7 178 Abingdon Mile ......

7 211 Two middle miles of B. C. ...

7 125 Two years old Course ...

5 136 Yearling Course ...

2 147 Round Course .....

6 93 Duke's Course ....

0 184 Bunbury Mile .................. () 7 208 Dutton's Course ................ 3 0 0

The new Round-about Course on the Flat, is about a mile and three quarters.

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FORM OF A CERTIFICATE OF HAVING WON A

KING'S PLATE.' These are to certify, that his majesty's plate of a hundred guineas was won at the

day of 16 , by

's chesnut horse, called A. B. Steward. C. D. Clerk of the Course.

(a) Lord Lieutenant of

the County. To the Master of the Horse to his Majesty.

(a) If the Lord Lieutenant be out of the kingdom, the signature of the person regularly deputed by him is admitted. The Certificate for the Ascot-Heath plate must be signed by the Master of his Majesty's Hounds, instead of the Lord Lieutenant.

[The signature of the Lord Lieutenant alone is sufficient, but that can seldom be obtained without first producing to him a Certificate, signed by the Steward and Clerk of the Course.]

N. B. The Certificate, when properly signed, is payable at sight to the winner of the plate, (or to any other person, if endorsed by the winner) at the office of the Clerk of his Majesty's Stables, in the King's. Mews, London,

The Clerk of the Stables requires the person presenting a Certificate for payment to provide a Receipt Stamp.

18

AN ARTICLE FOR A HORSE-MATCH.

Newmarket, April , 18 A. B.'s Chesnut Colt, now rising four years old, got by

out of a Partner Mare, is to run over the Beacon Course at Newmarket, on

? Tuesday in October, , for Forty Guineas, play or pay, and Two Hundred Guineas bye, half forfeit, against C. D-r's Grey Colt of the same age, got by

, out of a Crab Mare, carrying ten stone each, to start at the usual hour, each party to maintain his own, with a power reserved to alter the day and hour, or either, by consent.

A. T.-C. D.

CERTIFICATE TO PROVE THE AGE OF A HORSE. .

Richmond, Yorkshire. I do hereby certify, that my Grey Colt now at

was bred by me, and that he was no more than four years old last grass. As witness my hand, this day' of 18 .

J.C.

TABLES OF ODDS ON DIFFERENT

CHANGES OF EVENTS.

TABLE I.

ODDS ON Two Events; from 6 to 1 for you, to 6

to 1 against you.

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Explanation to the foregoing Tables on Two

Events, containing 232 changes, from 6 to 1 for, to 6 to 1 against you, according to the current odds on each event.

In the first line you begin with 6 to 1, both for you in the first column; in the second, it is

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