Guide to the Turf

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Seite 82 - ... 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 83 - ... there shall be any difficulty in ascertaining the horse or horses tried, the owner of the horse or horses so tried shall be...
Seite 83 - ... between such horses, or between either of them and the field, must be settled by the money betted being put together and divided between the parties, in the same proportion as the stakes shall have been divided.
Seite 82 - ... must be the actual winner of two heats, even though no horse appear against him for both or either of the heats.
Seite 37 - Trades' cup, 7ft extra, but not to be accumulative. The winner to give two dozen of Champagne to the Members of this race ; Grosvenor Course.
Seite 83 - If a better be absent on the day of running, a public declaration of the bet may be made on the Course, and a demand whether any person will make stakes for the absent party, and if no person consent to do so, the bet may be declared void.
Seite 64 - ... out of the stakes, and the third to save his stake. The winner to pay 25 sov. towards expenses ; a winner of a handicap subsequent to the declaration of the weights of 200 sov.
Seite 84 - EXETER.— • The Old Course is round, or rather oval, of 2 miles, two-thirds of which are nearly flat, and the remainder rather hilly ; the last half-mile is in a straight line, with a little ascent, and beautiful coming in. There is a round and level Course of one mile, recently made, called the New Course, and a Three-mile Course, also nearly level, formed out of the New and Old Courses. GOODWOOD.— The Orange Course.
Seite 82 - ... notes, payable on demand, and be paid into the hands of the person appointed by the Stewards to receive the same ; and in default thereof by any person, he shall pay the whole stake as a loser, whether his horse came in first or not, unless such person shall have previously obtained the consent of the party or parties with whom he is engaged, to his not staking.
Seite 82 - Jockies must ride their horses to the usual place for weighing the riders, and he that dismounts before, or wants weight, is distanced ; unless he be disabled by an accident which should render him incapable of riding back, in which case he may be led, or carried to the scale. 16. Horses' plates or shoes not allowed in the weight.

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