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THE

RACING

CALENDAR
FOB THE TEAR

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1851.

BY

ROBERT

J. HUNTER.

VOLUME

SIXTY-TWO,

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THE

IRISH

RACING
the

CALENDAR
sanction J. of the

is

published

under by Subscription, of The in the TuBF

Stewabds Dublin. and ends The all

Club,

by

Robert

Hunter,

issue of the

Sheets

commences

in March

November
and

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^the Book contain

the
an

January following.
authentic record of

Sheets

Book

the Races,

Chases Steeple

and

Hurdle events

in Ireland.

All

Racing Articles,Advertisements, standingof


Races,
to "c.

Sires, sales of Horses, with


are

past in Ireland,
Publisher's office
and Clerks of

to requested

be

forwarded

the

by

Noblemen
to

and
secure

Gentlemen,

Stewards any

Courses,
of Mr. taken

authenticity ; and
to a

appointment

R.J. Hunter
and the duties

underJudgeshipwill be readily

fulfilled. punctually

The any
cases

Stewards

of

the

Turf
nor

Club

wUl
any

not

weight

Racing Country Stake,


referred to

give
the

opinionon
have been

them,
in

unless the

Articles Racing

advertised previously

Irish

Calendar,

pursuant

to

their Rule.

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CONTENTS.

Page.
Liist

of

Subscribers of
and

vi xiii of the Turf

Distance Rules

Courses Club
. . .

Orders
Plate

xiv
xxxv

Queen's
Rules Colours Members

Articles Horse
the
...

concerning
worn

Racing Jockeys
...

xxxix

by

of Turf
...

Club
zliv
...

Colours

worn

by Jockeys
Chases Race Chases
Hurdle

of

Grentlenien,

"c..

xl^
1 3 4

Tallaght
Tipperary
Bel"st

Steeple Steeple
Steeple

Sandymount
Lismore

Races
Chases

5 6

Lemonfield

(Co. Limerick)
oteeple
Chases

Steeple Steeple

Chases

8 10

Kingstown
Middletown

(Co. Monaghan)

Chases
...

14

Military Steeple Chases Steeple Chases Tipperary Redcross Steeple (Co. Wicklow) Steeple Chases Monaghan Kilcullen Steeple Chases Granard Steeple Chases Kilcock Steeple Chases Falls Steeple Chase (Co. Antrim) Steeple Chases Dungarvan Elplun Steeple Chases Portadown Steeple Chases Hunt Limerick Steeple Chases TuUamore Steeple Chases
Youghal
EeUs

15 15

Chase
...

16 18

19
20 22

25
...
'

25 26

...

.^.

27
28

29
30

Steeple

Chases

IV

CONTENTS.

Page.
Bathdrum

Steeple

Chases

(Whaley

Abbey
32 33 34 35

course) Kilbeggan SteepleChases Bathdrum Steeple Chases Trim Steeple Chases


Kildare
Irish
JlXOuSC

Hunt

Steeple Chases

37
Chases
"""

Grand
I

Military Steeple
""" """ """

(Fairy
"""

0"7

Steeple Chases Irish Metropolitan Steeple Curragh April Meeting


Fermanagh
Croome
Arklow Baces Baces House

42

Chases

(Leixlip)

44

46
54 54

Fairy
Clones

Steeple

Chase

54 55 56

Steeple Chases Westmeath Steeple Chases Kihnallock Steeple Chases


Ashbourne Meath Hunt

59
... ...

Steeple Chases Steeple Chases

60
62

Whitefield

(Co. Kilkenny)
Baces

Steeple Chases

63

Kilcock

66

Galway Curragh
Monksto Heath

Hunt

Steeple Chases June Meeting wn (Co. Cork) Baces


... ... ... ...

69
70
81 83

Baces Baces
...

Duncannon Bellewstown Boscommon Tuam Phoenix Baces

88
...
...

Baces
...

...

...

89
92

Baces
...

...

...

...

...

...

"".

96 97
110

Park

Baces

Ballinrobe

Baces

Curragh
Kilcock

September
Baces

Meeting

112

123

COKTSNTS.

Page.
Johnstown

(Co. Kilkennj) Steeple

Chases
125
128 1 33
...

andFlatKaces

Bojal Corporation Races Cashel Steeple Chases and Fli^ Races Curragh October Meeting Limerick and Steeple Chases Races
Carlow Rathdnun Races
..%

Down

136
148
...

161 154 155

Steeple Chases Charleville Steeple Chases Portadown Steeple Chases Carrickmacross Steeple Chases Irish Metropolitan Steeple Chases (Confy) Royal Plates run for in 1851 Races to come at the Curragh Country Meetings for in 1852 Royal Plates to be run Winning horses in 1851 with Alphabetical Index of Running Horses
^ ...

157
158

160 162

167
218 223

"",

227

Owners' Stallions Winners

names

249
288

for

1852

of the
...

Royal Whip,
... ...

Cup,
...

"c=
... ...

304 308 315

Addend^
Advertisements

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SUBSCRIBERS.

His
Most

Excellency
Noble the the the

the

Earl

of

Clarendon.

Marquess Marquess Marquess


Club.

Conyngham.
of of Downshire.

Most Most

Noble Noble

Waterford,

Steward

of Eight
Bight Bight Bight
Hon. Hon. Hon. Hon. Hon.

the
the

Turf
Earl

of Howth.
of of MiUtown.

the the the Lord

Earl
Earl Earl

Clonmel.

of Caledon.

Bight
Sir
Sir Sir

Lurgan.
Bart. Bart. Bart. Bart.

Thomas Samuel Bichard

Burke,

OMalley,
de

Burgho,

Sir
Sir Sir

Thomas
B.

Nicholas
Bart

Bedington,

Newman,

WiUiam
John Edward

O'MaUey.
C.

Hon. Hon. Hon. Hon.

Westenra,
Lawless.

M.P.

Cecil
M.

Lawless.

B.

Nugent.
Harbord.

Hon.
Hon.

Charles
A.

Fitzmaurice

Deane^

Springfield Q"itle^

CharleviUe.

Count

Batthyany,

Lansdown

Flace"

Brighton.

SnB8CllIB"B8"

VU

Capt. Archdall,
H. John R. H. S.

M.P.

Castle
4th

ArchdaU,

finniskillen*

Adlington, Esq, Ayhner, Esq,

Light Dragoons.

Eilcock. Dublin.

Y.

Armstrong,
Esq,

Esq,
Dublin.

Acland,

Colonel
Robert

Henry
Browne,

Bruen,

Oak

Park,

Carlow. the

Esq,

Ranger

of

Curragh,

6.

Barry, Esq,

Barry Lodge,

Cork.

Hercules

Bradshaw,

Esq, Culcavy, Hillsborough.

George Bryan, Esq^ Jenkinstown,


John

Kilkenny.
Bruff.

Bouchier,

Esq,

Baggotstown,
South

Nicholas John H. R. W.

Balfe, Esq,

Park,

Castlerea.

Baldwin,

Esq,

Derry, Maryborough.
Tinvaun,
Carrick-on-Suir.

Briscoe, Esq^

Bernard,

Esq, PalmerstownHouse,Palmerstown. Esq, Prospect Villa, Monkstown,


Cork. Carrickmacross.

Edmond

Bourke,

Ringaskiddy, county
James
Mr L. D.

Bashford,

Esq, Cormoy,

Byrne, (Trainer,) Mountjoy


Kildare. C

Lodge, Curragh,

John

Courtenay, Esq,
Steward

Ballyedmond,

Middleton,

of

the

Tuff

Club, Doneraile.

G.

W.

B.

Creagh, Esq, Creagh Castle,

VIU

SUB8CBIBEBS.

Owen
Peter

Cummins,

Esq, Clonmukk,
Kildare.

Carlow.

Colgan, Esq,

Captain Campbell, 71st Regiment.


C. W. John J. H.

Cunningham, Cooper, Esq,


Carew,

Esq, 92d
Sfarule

Highlanders.

Castle, Carlow.

Esq,
63d

9th

Regiment.

Captain Cubitt,
John Mr Mr Mr Mr

Regiment
View,
Rathdrum. EiMare.

Croker,
Michael W. James

Esq, Avon

Clancy, Veterinary Surgeon,


Maze

Conlan,

Course,

Hillsborough.

Carter, Mullingar. Cox,


Union

Thomas

Tavern,
D

Fortobello.

Down J. R.

Royal Corporation
Dixon,
E.

of Horse-Breeders.

Esq; WoodviUe, Dyson,


3d

Ballyshannon.
Guards.

Captain
Michael William

Dragoon

Dunne,

Esq^

Ballymenas, Stradbally.
Lark

Disney, Esq,

Lodge,
Dublin.

Kildare.

Joseph Doyle, Esq,


William
H. Mr Mr De J.

V.S.

Dopping, Esq, Lowtown, Montmorency,


Davies,
Straw

E[innegad.
Club.

Esq,

Eildare-street

Hall, Ejldare.
Kildare.

John

Doyle, (Trainer,)Curragh,
F

Friendly Brothers,
John

Club
French

House,
Park.

Sackville-street.

French,
^^

CounP

^^^^'

Dragoon

Guards.

SUBSCRIBERS.

IX

Major
C. D.

Gavin, Gardiner,
stewart.

Kilpeacon House,
Esq,
Carrick

Patrick's-

well.

Lodge,

Newtown-

Wills Edward Robert

C.

Gason,
James

Esq,
Gannon,

Bichmond,

Nenagh.

Esq, Stephen's-green Club.


Mohill.
H

Gwyder,

Esq,

Matthew William Hibernian

Hamerton, Hone,
United E.

Esq,
Dublin.

Orcbardstown,

ClonmeL

Esq,

Service

Club,

Dublin.

Captain

Haworth,

I7th

Lancers.

Captain Hay, 92d


Mr Mr John Michael street, Mr

Begiment,

Carlow.

Henderson,

Castle-place,Belfast.
Horse

Hartigan,
Limerick.

Repository,

Cecil-

Thompson
Kildare.

Harrison,

(Trainer,)

Curragh,

I E. J.

Lrwin,

Esq,

Bathbride, Barracks,

Kildare.

Henry
D. H.

Jephson, Esq,
Irwin,

Waterford. Boscommon.

Esq, Beechwood,
Johnson, Jackson,
Howth.
5th

Captain Captain
Mr

Chardin
Hamilton

Dragoon

Guards.

Attyflin,Limerick.

James

Jacques,

SUBSCBIBBB8.

K Kildare-street Richard James Thomas Michael Flunket


A. M.

Club, Dublin.

Kelly, Esq, Leabeg, BaUymoe.


F.

Enaresbro,

Esq,

Dublin.

Kennedy,

Esq, Ballyshannon, KilcuUen.


near

Kelly, Esq, Abeton, Kenney,

Headford.

Esq, Moyles,

Carrickmacross.

Kirkpatrick, Esq, Donacamper,


D. L. N.

Celbridge.

Keating, Esq, Tiney Park, Kilkenny.


Ejldare. Sjlcullen.

Mr Mr

Keegan, Curragh,

Patrick

Keary, Harberstown,
L

Limerick C H. B. B.

Club, Limerick.

Lockwood, Lowe,

Esq,

Cahir.

Esq, Lowe's
M

Grove,

Cashel.

John G. John Mr

Maher,
H.

Esq, Ballinkeele, Enniscorthy.

Moore, Malone,

Esq,

M.P.

Moore

Hall, Ballyglass.

Esq, Rathcaslon,

BalUnacargy.
Kildare.

James

Murphy,
Maher,

(Trainer,) Curragh,
M.P. Thurles.

Nicholas Edmund Alexander Allen

Esq,

W.Murphy,

Esq, BallymoreHouse,Cashel.

Montgomery,

Esq. Glencarrig, Delgany.

M^Donough,
A. F.

Esq,AthgarvanLodge,Kilcullen.
Esq, 9th Regiment.

George
Albert

Morgan,
Maxwell,

Esq, Glenalbert,

Roscrea.

SUBSCBIBESS.

Xl

John
Edward

Nolan,

Esq, Kilballyhue,Carlow.
Nunn,
O

Westby
Wexford.

Esq,

St.

Margaret's,

IHiomas John

O'Reilly, Esq, Ejlkenny. O'Neill, Esq, Fermoy.


O'Moore,

Grarrett

Esq, Cloghan

Castle, Banagher.

Stephen
Officers

Cahir. Olileagher, Esq, Kilmoyler, of the 3d Dragoon Guards.


12th 1st Lancers.

Captain Oakes,
Officers
of the

Dragoon
P

Guards.

Edmond Robert

Feel, Esq, S6iAi Light In"ntry*

Prendergast, Esq,

Thurles.

Captain Poulett, 2nd Mr Fonsonby, Dublin.

Queen*s

Royals.

Q
William

Quin,
Steward

Esq,

Loughloher

Castle,

Calur,

of

the

Turf
R

Club.

Bernard, Glantane. Rutledge, Esq, Mount Edward Ryan, Esq, KHfeara, Kilkenny. W. Reynell, Esq, Eillynon, Killucan. Naas. H. G. W. Robinson, Esq, Castlewarden,
D. W.

S C. B. St. R.

Rathbride, George, Esq, MJP. Smythj Esq, Castlewiddenham,


roche.

Kildare. Castletown^

Sackville-street

Club,

Dublin.

"

"

Xll

SUBSORIBEBS.

R.

Stewart, Esq, Belfast.


Sandes,

William

Esq, Pyremount,

Tarbert.

Dublin Castle. Captain Seymour, Greorge Philip Stanhope, Esq, U. W. H.

S. Club.

Smith

and

Son,

Dublin.

Henry
J. R.

Sugden, Esq, Diswellstown,


Scott, Esq,
4th

Castleknock.

Dragoon
T

Guards.

Robert Thomas Mr John

Thomson,
J.

Esq, Scarva, Clones. Turpin, Esq, Maryborough.


Turner,
Newtown
W

ViUa, Kilcullen.

G.

Watts,

Esq, Jockey Hall,

Eildare.

jun. Esq, Dublin. WiUington, Esq, Killyskahon, Borisoleigh* R. W. Whaley, Esq, Whaley Abbey, Rathdrum. G. F. Whittingstall,Esq, 12th Lancers. A. F. C. Webb, Esq, 17th Lancers. J. G. Winder, Esq, Armagh.

George Ormsby

Watts,

Mr

Denis

Wynne,

(Trainer,)Curragh,

EUdare.

ENGLAND.
J.

Penry
C

Williams,
Wales.
J.

Esq,

Abercamlais,
No.

Brecon,

South Messrs
and

Weatherby,
London.

6, Old

Burling-

ton-street,
The Mr Mr

Jockey Club,
William Thomas

Newmarket.
of the Turf

Clarke, Clerk Auber,


A.

Course, J^ewton.

jun.
Esq,

Rooms,

Arlington-

street, London.

Augustus

Nunn,

Crane-street, Chester.

DISTANCE
ON

OF
THE

THE
CTJBRAGH.

COURSES

ABSTRACT
ntoM

THE

RULES
OF

AM)
THB

ORDERS

TURF

CLUB.

Admission^
1.

Payments^
desirous
must

Exemptionsy
of

Sfc,
a

Any

person

becoming
his
name

Member
over

of the

Coffee-room

have

put
Club

the

chimney-piece
Kildare,
one

of said

room

in the the of

Turf of

House,
be
a

day

before

day

ballot, and Olub,


or

proposed by a Steward appointed to act person


in another which Member. he is
so

the Steward

Turf

by
ing Meet-

as

during
and
a

the

proposed,
constitute

be

seconded
must

by

To

ballot* there
one

be,
to

at

least,
the
two

seven

Members

present,
One in diree

of

whom in
to

be

Steward in No

proposing.
and till the is

black

beau

seven,

eleven,
ballot

any

number,
money, which

exclude. is Three

admission
to

Sovereigns,
in of consequence the Turf

paid
of

the

Secretary.
attendance the
be

[That,
Members .Rule until for

the in

small

of

Club Members

Kildare,
shall

present

Balloting

for

April Meeting,

1854,

and

the

suspended following Rule

substituted

:]
"

That
the

the

Steward,
then
a

or

Stewards,
in

and

Members shall
to

of
be

Turf

Club,
to

present

Kildare,
the

sufficient balloted and


bean

form

ballot, provided
put
up in
the

person
manner

be
;

for has
seven
or a

been

usual

if

less number

shall

ballot,

one

black

to

exclude.

BULES.

XY

2. become
name

Any
a

Member Member
over

of

the

Coffee-room

desirous
must

to

of the the

Turf

Club,

have

his

put
Turf

chimney-piece
one

of the

Coffee-room
the

and

Club

Dinner-room
be

day

before

day

of the for
as

ballot, and
for the
to

be

proposed, seconded, and balloted Coffee-room. Three tional Sovereings addipaid to the Secretary before the ballot Subscription
of

takes 3.

place.
Annual

One

Sovereign
and

to

be

of the Coffee-room, paid by each Member of both, on Sovereigns by each Member of each to be April Meeting, and this sum in full of all Club
arrears

Three

Monday
considered of the

to

both.
to

And dine into

no

Member the

Turf
can

can

be

allowed be

with the

Club,

or

any until his 4. United

Member

allowed

Coffee-room,

subscriptionis paid.
of Eildare-street Club
are

Members Service Club and

Club

and Members

Hibernian of without money, and the


a

admitted
at

Turf

Coffee-room
the usual
are

Kildare

ballot, on
Members

paying
of those of the

admission admitted of One

Clubs
on

Members
each 5.

Club

payment

Honorary Sovereign

Meeting.
the Turf Club
or

of Any Member wilfullyinfringingthe

Ceffee-room
of the

Rules in
or

and
out

Regulations
of
to

Club,
his

or

whose

c#nduct shall Member of


a

the his
to

Club

after
in

election

be

derogatory
shall be General

station

society,such
under the

subject

expulsion

pressly Meeting, to be exof investigating for the purpose convened, the the opinion of charges brought against him; General such Meeting to be obtained by ballot, of the Members when, if two-thirds present at such

award

zn

Kuuss.

General has
a

Meeting decide that the oflending Member merited to expulsion^ he shall thereon cease
of the Club. for the
at

be

Member 6.

That

future
the

each

Member

of

the

Turf

Club

attending

obliged to pay the Handicaps.


7. Each

One

Curragh Meetings shall be Sovereign subscription towards


the Book Turf Two
not

Member

of

Club

shall

pay

the

Keeper of the Match Meeting, otheni'ise


account

he

is

Sovereigns each obliged to keep an


to

for such

Member.

He

is also entitled

Fire
and

Shillings for
he is
not to

every
receive that

signature to
any
sum.

Article every nominaticND unless Should Articles


must

;
panied accom-

witb him firom

be

sent

Country
Five

Stewards^

they

be

panied accom-

with 8.
not

Shillings.
on

Military
liable may that
to

Officers pay
be
so

duty

out

of

Ireland

shall

be

the

Annual

time ration 9.

they
to

absent^ on

Subscription for the their sogning a decladelapidated and June Meeting


Chib
who

effect. House it
was

The

Club
state,

ruinous

being in agreed to
of the pay Club

in

1815,
not

that

each

Member should

Turf

had

subscribed erection of the and

Five

Guineas said
next
snm

towards
to

the

new

House,
the then

be

paid before Meeting ;


the but
same

last that be

day
any
no

of

October pay

Member

neglecting to

should be

might

balloted

Memoer, a longer considered ing, for at any subsequent Meetnot

and, if admitted, should


other admission Winners than of said Priies

be liable Guineas.
50

to

pay

any

Five

10.

exceeding

sovs

shall

XTIU

nVLBtt*

shall,
or

on

Monday
to act.

of the in his
case no

persons absence ;

Meeting, appoint a penon their place during such or


Steward in their shall absence

and, in
as

attend, throe

persons

to act

Stewards

daring

the

Meeting
present
16.
on

shall be said

appointed by day.
fntnre
now

ballot of the Members

That for

for the

all
or

Races,
for be

as

well
to

as

nations Nomiof

Stakes,

hereafter
run on

be

made,
the the and

every
and

description, to
controul
to

be

the under of

Curragh,
sole

(except Queen's
exclusive
are

Plates,)
of be
run

shall the

Stewards the in

Turf
regulations Glub

Club, and
Rules

for under

rules the

laid
; and

down should

and any
or or

published

Turf

arise
or or

dispute, difference, or take place relative to any


to

understandi misface

nomination should

run

be

run or

for take

on

the

Curragh,
to

any

difference exist
or

plane relative
of any Article
run

the any

wording, meaning,
race

intention is
to

for the

or

nomination
or

that of the such

be

for
be

on

Curragh,
the
or

S0le
to

any of decision

all

matters

to

Stewards

of

the

subject to Turf Club,


and their

such

decision

persons in any and all the

as

they

every

may instance

appoint ;
shall be

final and

binding
17. of the be

on

parties.
all

That Winners

in future of the

objections
won on

to

the

payment
at

Stakes

the Match but

Ciurragh must
Book after
or

lodged
has notice

with

Keeper
on

of the

before
race no

twelve been
to

o'clock
won

the that has

day

one

said when

; and

after diat hour,


been shall served be

the

contrary

Keeper
all his

of the Match

Book,

he

the upon released from caused

that may liability or responsibility

be

by

paying

the

winner.

SUXJ"8.

XIX

18.
to

The

Stewards

will detennine

i^latttve disputes

Racing referred to them from Country of "cts is s^preed a statement to, Meetings^ provided concerned, and that they sign signedby the parties
Hofse

an

agreement
to
races on

to

be made where

decision ; such reference with the sanction of the Stewards of

abide

by

such

the
race

the

case

occurred in the

the Article for the


to originate

which

such

dispute may

have

been

advertised previously
the
case

Racing Calendur,

and But
as a

accompanied with One Sovereign. where fact$ alone are disputed, in cases (such of foul the the ards Stewor like,) complaint riding
will not

to be

decide. Stewards the will


not

19. The

weight
same

horses close

for

Country
9 o'clock

Stakes unless the Articles for


on

by

and
nor

the

Thursdayeveningof each Meeting, the Weights to be made during that Meeting; unless such Articles be previously advertised in Racing Calendar, and the charges for such
will be

advertisement Stewards.

subjectto

the

controul of the

as may msdse such regulations they shall think proper in regardto the Courses and

20.

The

Stewards

Exercise 21. The

Ground. Stewards of Club. three


or

may

invite such

being natives
at

Ireland, as they may

persons, not think fit to dine

the Turf 22. The

Stewards, concurring, may


to act
as

appoint
Entrance

any person

persons
the

Keeper of the Match

Book,

receive "e. "c.

Stakes, collect the


Fund
on

Money,
23.

The

Turf

Club

Accounts

are

to

be

examined

by

the Stewards

Friday of

each

April

XX

BULE8.

Meeting,
year
24.
to

and

the Stewards and

are

to

produce an
of the Club

account
on

of the Funds

Disbursements
have
are

each them.

after said accounts The Stewards


as

been

inspected by
proper
the
to

to

appointa
at

examine

to

the
or

firsttime 25. of It

such
rests

colt with

Ages of every shall run filly

colt and

person the filly

Curragh.
on

the Stewards

also

fix the hours o'clock


at

and they are to do so by 9 starting, the day of running ; evening preceding notice of such hours
as

the time

which
to

they shall
to

^x

is

be

posted
Book,

in the Cofiee-room which Grooms within


a

by the Keeper of the Match

is to be
;

adhered strictly the horse houK him Two

by

the

Starter and

and, should
an

not

be

quarter of
who the
owner

of the time

ready to start so appointed,


reign Sovefines

the person and


must

trains

will be fined One

Sovereigns;which
to start.

be

paid before
Articles

the horse is allowed

for Cups, Whips^ Sfc"


Gold

Cup may be challengedon Tuesday in the April,to be run on Tuesday in the Tuesday of the September Meeting following ; or on ing September Meeting, to run on Tuesday in the followof the time at AprilMeeting. Each person of his horse, sealed to deliver the name challenging
26. the up,
to

That

the his

Keeper
name

of the Match
a

Book,
to

and

scribe to sub-

to

paper,
to

be

hung
ten

Cofifee-Toom.
hold the

The

Keeper

of the Match him until

up in the shall Book o'clock


on

the seals delivered

Fridayevening of the Meeting in which the Cup is challenged, (atwhich time the possessor of the Cup of the Cup,) is to declare his acceptance or resignation
and

then, in the presence

of the

Stewards, he

is

to

RUUSS.

XXI

Open
for

the
100

seals, and
sovs

declare

Match But

or

Sweepstakes
if
one

each, four miles.


the
not

and only challenge,

accept, his seal shall


entidedto Wts the in

of the possessor he opened, and

Cup
he

person do not shall he

Cup.

April.
St

Wts
lb 0
2

in

September.
old

Three Four Five Six

yrs

old

7 8

Three Four Five Six

yrs

yrs old yrs old


and

yrs old yrs old


yrs old

8 9

10
0

aged
That
the

Aged

challenged either on Tuesday in the June Meeting, to run on Tuesday in October the Meeting following; or on Tuesday of the to October, run on Tuesday in the June the time of at Meeting following. Each person of the his horse, name challenging to deliver sealed up, to the Keeper of the Match and to Book, his name subscribe be hung up in the to to a paper, shall Coffee-room. The Book Keeper of the Match
may
hold the
seals

27.

Whip

be

delivered

to

him

until nine

o'clock

on

Friday evening of the Meeting m which the Whip is challenged,(at which time the possessor of the Whip the Whip,) is to declare his acceptance or resignattonof
and

then,
the

open
But

in the presence declare seals and

of the
a

Stewards,
or

he

is

to

Match

Sweepstakes

for 100

sovs one

each,
person

if

carrying 8st 71b each, four miles. only shall challenge, and the possessor
do
not

of the be

Whip
he

accept, his seal shall


entitled
or

not

opened,
28. holder

and

shall be the it

to

the

Whip.
if
that
was

Whenever

Cup
must

Whip
be with the

is
a

challenged,
horse the

the bona
was

accepts,
his

fide in
made.

possessionat

time

challenge

XXll

BITI4E8.

29,
of
on

and

Whip given by the Marquess Sligo may be challenged at or before ten o'clock ings, Tuesday night of each April and September Meetto run on Tuesday of the foUowmg September lenging April Meetings. Each person at the time of chalto

That

the

Gold

write
to

the

name

of

his horse, and

deliver and

it,

sealed
to

up,

the his

Keeper
to
a

of the Match

Book,

also in the shall


on

subscribe

name

Coffee-room. hold the

The

paper, to be hung up Book Keeper of the Match


to

seals delivered

him

until

ten

o'clock

the Wednesday evening of the Meeting in which the possessor time of Whip is challenged, (at which the Whip is to declare his acceptance or resignation of itf with a horse bona fide his property at the time of the of challenging,) and then, in the presence

Stewards, he is

to

open
sovs

them

and

declare

Match
wt

or

Sweepstakes
But if
one

for 50

each, Sligo Post,

for that

age.

possessor returned

person only shall ofthe Whip do not

challenge,
shall
be

and

die
the

accept, his seal shall be


entitled
to

unopened,
in

and

he

Whip.
Wts

April.
St

Wts lb
11 7 12 0

in

September.
St

lb
13 1 8 0

Three Four Five Six

yrs old yrs old yrs and old

7
...

Three Four Five Six

yrs

old
... ...

6 8 8
...

8
...

8
...

3nrs old yrs old and

aged
the

9
...

aged

9
...

30.

That

Cup

given by
may be

the late

Right
on

Hon
or

Sir

Robert nine
to
run

Peel, Bart,
o'clock
on

challenged

before

on

Wednesday
of the

evening

of

the

June,

Meeting ; before nine o'clock or or on on Wednesday evening of the October, to run Friday of the following on June Meeting. Each person at the time of challengFriday
following

October

HTTLES.

XXIU

ing
name

to

deli\reT the of
to
a

name

of his

horse, sealed
and up
in
to

Keeper
The

the

Match
to

Book,
be

up, subscribe

to

the his

paper, Keeper of the


to

hung
Book
ten

the

Coffee-room. hold the seals


ning eve-

Match until

shall
on

delivered
of

him

the

Meeting
time

in the and

(at which
declare else

Friday which the Cup is of the Cup possessor


then in
name

o'clock

lenged, chalis
to
or

his acceptance, the

his presence declare Post.

horse,
of
a

resign

Cup,)

and,
the
sovs

the

the

Stewards,
or

he shall open Sweepstakes for 100 person

seals, and

Match But if of

each. Peel
seal shall the

one

only
do
not

shall

challenge,and
his
to

the
not

possessor
be

the and

Cup
he

accept,
entitled

opened,

shall be Wts

Cup.
Wts in October.
St St

in June.
St St

lb iD
7

lb lb
2 2 "6 8 12

Three Four Five Six

yrs

old
...

6
...

Three Four

yrs

old
...

yrs rouryrsoia
yrs and

old old
...

8 o
8 9

0 u 10
0

yrs rouryrsoia Five Jb'ive

old
... ...

8
o

aged
Sets

...

old yrs old and aged Six Sixandas^ed relative the thereto*

8 8
...

Rules
"

31.

That

for the

future

Saturday
for

after

each

Meeting
and
lances

shall be the all


accounts

Settling Day
are
or

paying
to

that

to

be

settled,

up Bets ; and the balthe

Keeper of the Match his Office, 5, HaddingtonBook, at Terrace, Kingstown ; and that any person neglecting do so, his name shall be put up on the Tuesday of to in Kildare. the following Meeting in the Coffee-room
up
on

paid

before

that

day

32.

All those
same

Bets
two

between horses

two

horses the
to

are

annulled,
of
one

should and made.


the

become

property
the Bets

person

subsequently

being

XXIV

BUI^S.

33.

That

for the

Betting^forthe shall be followingraces


the Kirwans.

future

againsthorses
P.P.
:
"

considered

Wellingtons. (Firstand Second Classes.) Aogleseys. Pagets. O'Darby. Northumberland Handicap.


Madrids
34.
a

Whenever
Bet up All
to
an

Member

of

the

Club
Bet

shall
not

pose probe

individual,
other Bets P.P person.

that

shall

taken

by

any

35. 36.
as

Double
to

shall be considered Bets shall be

P.P.

Bets.

Forfeits

paid

in proportion

principals compromise
All after Bets such
are

Matches.
or

37.
race,

made
race

by
shall

signal
have

indication determined

on

been and
a

at

the

Post,

void, being fraudulent


servant

illegal ;

and

should Turf

any Club any

employed by
be

Member

of the

or

Coffee-room
such

making
and

Bet,
be

he

in any engaged in way shall be dismissed his service, any

not

again
Old

employed by
Cour8e9,

Member.

38.
on

The

Yearling
Two Years
are

Course

to

be

the

one

run

the
39.

Curragh.
The Old Twoi Year Old Course shall and Two be the

one

run

by

old, except
to
run

in June New

tember, SepYears

when

they

the

Old

length.
Distance
40.

Post.
be
run

When
the

the

length
Post the

to

is

Two
at

Miles

or

under,
usual

Distance from

is to

be

placed
Post.

.half

the

distance

Ending

RULES
ooNcsBiriva

HOESE

RACING

Ef

GENERAL

Horses 1760 240 Four

take

their

ages
a

from

1st

of

January.

Yards
Yards Inches

are

MOe.
Distance.

are

are

Hand.
are
a

Fourteen

Pounds

Stone.

Catch person
to

Weights
ride without

are

each

party

to

appoint

any

weighing.
are

Give-and-take
a or

Plates
;

fourteen
or

hands
to

to

carry extia^ for


an

stated be

weight

all

above

under
seven

carry

allowed

the

proportion

of

pounds

inch.

A
t

Whim

Plate

is

weight

for

age

and

weight

for

inches*

A in
j^

Post the

Match

is and

to
to

insert
run

the

age
horse you

of

the of

horses age the

artides^

any
till

that
to

ll

without

declaring
to start.

what

horse

come

^ ^'
(

post
A

Handicap
sum a

Match
a

is

for A^
who

B^ and
is

to

put

an

equal
makes

into

hat. for A

C,
and

^e

Handicapper,
when

Match

B,

who^

they

have

Xl

BACINO

RULES.

perused it^ put


draw and them if hoth
out

their closed

hands
:

into

their

then

they open

pockets and them together^


is
no

have
; if

money
neither

in their have

hands^ the Match


it is

confirmed In
out

both

cases

the

money^ Handicapper draws if


one no

Match.

all the in

of the other

hat ; but
none,

has

the

then

it is

money Match ; and


to

money hand^ and that the has hat.

he

money
The

in his hand horse that

is entitled has

the
at

depositin
the

his head

ending post

first,wins.
Riders
to must

ride he

their horses that

to

the

weighing post
or

weigh ; weight, is
If
a

and

dismounts

before,

wants

distanced. his

rider fall from

horse, and the horse

is rode

in

by
the

person
same
as

that is sufficient if it had


not

weight, he will take place happened, provided he goes


rider fell. in the

back

to

the

place where platesor


not

the
not

Horses' Horses

shoes
to

allowed

weight.

entitled

start

without
if

proper

certificate in the
; and
a

of their

age,

producing a required,at the time


where
a

appointed
are

articles, except
in that
case

included without

aged horses junior horse may


carries the

enter
same

certificate, provided he
the of

weight
For the
run,

as

aged.
the

best the

Plate, where
that the the

there
one.

are

three

heats For
beats

horse

is second

wins

the best of the the other win twice


a

Heats,
out

horse three

is second

that

of

times, though

he A

does

not

heat. without be ofif mutual


consent.

confirmed

bet cannot

BACnrO

BUI"K8.

xU

Either

of
on

the

bettors

may

demand

stakes

to

be

made"
If

and,
the

reAisal,declare
on

the bet void. the

party is absent
of the
a

day
be

of

running,
on

public
course,

declaration

bet

may any If
no

made

the

and

demand
absent

whether

person person

will make
consents

stakes
to

for the

party.

it, the bet may


Bets

be declared

void.
or on

agreed to pay or cannot place, particular


If
a

receive in town, be declared off

at

any other the course. in

Match and

is made the stand

for any

particular day
to

any

Meeting,
all bets
must

paitiesagree
;

change
a

the

day,

but, if
the

run

in

different
are

ing, Meet-

the bets made The

before

alteration has
a

void. choose

that lays the odds person his horse or the field. When what
one a

rightto

person
with

has

chosen
; but

his

horse, the
is
no

field is

starts

against him
him.

there

field without

starts

If before
were

odds

are

laid, without
it must of be

mentioning
determined
as

the the

horse bets

it is over,
at

the time made in

making

it.
are

Bets Plate of

running

not

determined
at

till the the time

is won,

if that bet is

not

mentioned

betting.
Where
a

Plate is

won

by

two

heats, the preference


the

of the the

horses

is determined

by

places they

are

in

second Horses

heat.

not

running on the wrong turning back, distanced.

side of the post, and


d
2

xlii

BACING

BUUBS.

Horses Horses when If the

drawn'

before

the

Plate

is

won

are

distanced.

distanced articles wins do

if their
not

riders it.

cross

and

jostle^

permit

a are

horse
not

the

first if he

heat, and
starts
no

all others
more

draw^
if he

they
starts

distanced

;
are

but

again by himself, the


bet
on

drawn heat
no

horses is

distanced.
horse

made does

after the
not

over,

if the

betted
When

start, is have
a

bet.
each

three
must start

horses for

won

heat,

they

only
before
No

fourth, and
them. heat. horse
or

the

preference

between
no

them

will be

determined

by it, there being

difference in

between
a

Distance

fourth

Bets when made

determined,
the
use

words of in I

though the absolutely rmi, betting.


bet
that

does pay
or

not

start,
are

play,

Example

Robinson's

"

absolutelywins the King's Plate at the bet is lost though he The Meeting. and won though he goes over the course
A in
a

Sampson Curragh next


not

does

start,

by

himself.

bet made
fixed he time has

that

horse

wins

is void for
starts

if he
one,
no

any does

number
not

of Plates for is
a one.

start

After the

started

provided
more.

there

field,

bet is lost if he

In

running

of

heats, if it

cannot

be

decided

which

is

all first,the heat goes for nothing, and they may start again, except it be in the last heat, and then it be between horses the two must that, if either had

COLOURS
WORN
OF

BY
TfiOB

THE
VOLLOWINO

JOCKEYS

NOBLEMEN

AND

GENTLEMEN,
THE TURF CLUB.

MEMBERS

OP

The
ride
to

Members
the

of

the

Turf

Club
and

have bind

agreed
themselves their any

to

in

following colours,
10
sovs

forfeit

to

the

Treasurer
to

of
in

Club
other

should colour
;

their the
to

riders

coine to

the

post

penalty
start.

be

paid
shall

before
that in future

the

horse

is
not

permitted
Members when in at in
;

They
Club their horses
colour

require
for their
come

persons be

of the

Turf

obliged,
to

they
the and
same

enter

any

race,

give
ride

time

the

jockey
to

will

should

their

jockey
fine his horse

the

post in any
and fine
into

other

colour, they will


will
not

him
to

one

sovereign,
until the this notice will

they
fuller

permit
And,
in

start

is settled.

order

to

carry

efiect, the
this
run

Ranger
with the

of the

Curragh
to

strictly

enforce Plates

rule
on

respect

Her

Majesty's

for

Curragh.

The

cap

understood

to

be

black

unless

otherwise

specified.
"
\f

Marquess
Marquess
Earl of of

of Waterford Clanricarde Miltown


...

Light
Yellow Tricolour
White
...

blue

jacket.
black

and

stripe.
V

jacket body,
and black white

and

cap.

Earl

Howth

sleeves,
cap.

black

COIiOURS

xlv

Hon

Col

Westenra
...

Green

jacket^ gold,yellow "

laced
green

with
cap.

Count
Mr Mr

Battjany George
" . " ...

Purple body, amber Sea-green


and

sleeves.

St

white.

Maher

Purple body, purple cap.


Blue Blue

white

sleeves,

Sir
Mr

T.

Burke

jacket body,
and

and

cap.

O'Meagher
G.
H.

blue
Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Moore
...

pink sleeves, pink cap.

Blue

bird's-eye.
jacket
and
cap.

Watts

Scarlet
Pink

Disney
Quin
Preston Gambell Blake O'Moore
...

jacket and
body,
velvet

cap.

Crimson Crimson Blue

white

cap. cap.

jack. "

Capt.
Mr

body,

green

sleeves.

V.

Purple body, yellow


Rose-colour

sivs.

MrG.
Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

jacket.
crims.

Hendrick
Knox Ion

Sky-bluejacket,
White

cap
cap. slvs.

body, red body,

si. "

Studdert
...

White

crimson

Hutchins R. Ward

Sky-blue, crimson
Green Crimson Black. Scarlet

collar.

jacket. jacket,white
cap.

Hobnes
Nunn

Armstrong
O'Connor

body,

white

si. "

c.

Henchy

Pink

body, blue

sleeves.

COLOURS
OP

JOCKEYS

OF

THE

FOLLOWING
"c.

NOBLEMEN,

GENTLEMEN,

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

T.

Abbott

Black,
White Green
"""

red and

cap.

Adlington
G.

light

blue

hoop.

Barrj

jacket.

Bateman
...

Black

body, yellow
white cap.

sleeves.

T.

Blake
...

Purple,
Blue and

Bond

white. black cap. straw-colour

MrBourke MrBouchier
...

White,
Blue

body,
hhuck red scarlet black blue

sleeves. Mr Mr

Bradshaw
...

Scarlet,
"""

cap.

Burke
"""

Grreen,

cap. cap.
cap.

Marquess
Mr Mr Carter

Conyngbam
... . ""

Grey,
Green,

Cunningham

Light
White,
. " . ... ...

and

white

stripe.
Mr Mr Mr

Clarke
Canayan
..
"

black and

cap.

Purple
White

white.

Cummins
...

jacket, pink collar,


cap.

black

Capt
MrM. Mr

E.

Dyson
Dunne

Straw-colour Pink White


"""

jacket.
black
cap.

jacket,
and

Dillon
"""

scarlet cap.

stripe,

scarlet

COLOTJBS*

xlvii

Mr
Mr Mr Mr Mr

J. Davies
...

White

and

Hght
cap.

blue

hoop.

Joseph Doyle Eyres


French Farrar Forster
;".
"" " ...

White,
Green. Black

blue

body, purple

sleeves.
cap.

Purple jacket, white


Tartan.
White

Capt

MrFlynn
Mr
Hon

body
black and

and

purple

sleeves. Gartlan
...

Whiter

cap.

Mr ".

Hai^bord Haworth
Harrison

Purple
Green

white

hoop.

Capt
Mr

jacket.
and

T.

White

Royal

purple

hoop.
Mr Mr Mr

Hyland
Hatch Hamerton
"""

White.

Purple
White
...

and
and

yellow.
blue. straw-colour.

Capt
Mr

Johnson Irwin

Purple

and

". J.

Straw-colour
sleeves

body,
and
cap.

blue

Mr Mr

D.

Irwin
"
.

The
. ...

same.

Knaresbro'

Blue

body
and

and

crimson

sleeves. Mr Mr Mr

Eang
T. L.

Blue

orange. crimson
cap.

Kennedy Keegan Lurg^n


...

Light blue,
Crimson.
Violet and

Lord
Mr Mr

white

stripe.

Langan
Lane

Blue

jacket.
black cap*

Grey,

xlviii

coLOims,

Mr
Mr Mr

M F.

angan Martin

"

"

"

"

"

"

Black, ruby cap. Yellow,


White

ruby
and

cap.

Maxwell
" " . ""

blue black black

"

hoop.
cap. cap.

Mr

Mahon

...

...

Crimson, Crimson,

MrM^Daniel
Mr

...

Morgan Mooney
J. G. M"Caw

"

"

"

...

Yellow,
Green"

black

cap.

Mr
Mr Mr Mr Mr

"

"

"

...

Murphy Murphy
...

...

Scarlet, white
Rose-colour Green and

cap.

and white and

white
si red
.

sis. cap.

James

...

J. Nolan
"

Ghreen
. .

body
colour.

crimson
cap.

sleeves, white
Mr R. Newcomen
...

Salmon
. " . ...

Capt
Mr

Oakes
.

Scarlet, white
Black and and red

cap.
arm.

O'Neill
" . " ...

MrE.Orford...

Yellow
...

black.

Capt
Mr

Poulett

Rose-colour
sleeves.

body

and

blue

Roche
...
" * I

Straw-colour black
cap.

and

blue,

Mr Mr

Scott
...
.

"

"

Crimson,
White

black
and cap.

cap. red

Smartt
.

...

sleeves,

black Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Smith
... " " "

Black

and

cherry.
cap. green.

Smyth (Cork)
W.

Blue, scarlet
Brown and

Wallace
"" " ...

Whaley
O.

Purple body,

red

sleeves.

Willington

...

Purple.
Blue

Westropp

body, yellow

sleeves.

RACING

CALENDAR.

1850-1.

^
races

The
are

weights
those
necessary

put

down

opposite by
them.

each

horse

in

their has

respectiTe
been
sidered con-

carried
to

This with
are

alteration
constant

do

away

the

repetitions
when allowances

in

articles
are

when

additional them.

weights

carried

and

made

in

DECEMBER.

TALLAGHT

STEEPLE
DECEMBER

CHASES. 26.

Sweepstakes
Wt for age:

sovs

each, old,

p,

30

sovs

added. lOib allowed


;

three six

yrs and

lOst;
list

four,
7ft)
:

lOst
3ft)

five, list
to
mares

2ft) ;

aged,
with

and mile

geldings,

penalties

and

allowances.

Two Mr T

heats. b g

Kennedy's

Tartawonga,
list

by Welcome,
Monahan Mr Meredith's
^St)
1 "5Iu
...

aged,
b

1ft)
"

D.

Linnet,
...

yrs,
"".

Mr

Connor's lOstlOft)

grm
...

The

Oaks,

yrs,

Mr Mr

Wight's
W
lOst

gr g Meath,
b

aged,

1 1 st 4ft)

Jones's 6ft)
b
m

Hoggerwolf,

5 yrs,

Mr

Lrwin's Picton's
VOL.

by Verulam,
4

out

of
...

dam,
Lxn.

yrs,

9st

13ft)

BACING

CAIiENDAR,

Mr

Mooney's
12st 111b

gr
...

Repealer, aged,
0
... ...

dis

Mr

Cafisidy'sb
10st41b
...

Albany,
...

aged,
0
...

dis

Mr

Farrell's lOst
111b

gr
...

Sultan,
...

aged,
dis
...

Mr

George's
111b

ch g Blister,
... ...

aged,

lOst

dis
...

Mr 5

Burke's yrs,
lOst

eh 6tb

Wicklow
...

Lass,
dis
...

First
2d

heat 3d. and

won

by

length

head

between

the

and Second The

third
ran

heats

won

easily. flagsat
the the tance disthird distanced

Oaks

outside
was

the double

post, and heat, which


was

declared
to

given
1
sov

Tartawonga.
15 The
sovs

Sweepstakes
conditions
towards Mr
as

each,
race.

added.

Same
3
soys

first

winner

paid

expenses.
b
m

Magnet, (late Crazy Jane,) by Blacklock, aged, lOst 4ft)


"

T. Blake's

v/UsacK

...

...

...

Mr

Manley's
xxSw
...

br

Miss
...

Stephens,
...

yrs,
...

Mr

Balffe's
lOst 8ft"

Sheathevagh, aged,

Griselda, (late Captain Phillips's b m carried list Trinket,) aged, lOst lift), Mr Martin's bl m Phoenix, 4 yrs, 9st 7ft),
carried Mr CNeil's 9st 9ft) b yrs,
m

dr

The
lOst

Dove,

(lateWater-

hen,)

BACING

CAI^NDAB,

JANUARY.

BELFAST

STEEPLE
JANUAKT

CHASES.
2.

The
sovs
or

Great

Belfast

Handicap
sovs

Sweepstakes
Corinthian

of

10

each, h ft, 100


members miles J. of and any
a

added.

riders
51b.

established half.

hunt,

allowed

Three Mr

Wight's
Mr

llst4lb"

gr g Meath, T.Abbott
br
ns m

by Leander,
...

aged^
1
...

Mr
Mr

D.

Wynne's
lOtb,

Fringe,
g

5 yrs,

lOst

12ib

M*Kenna
lOst

br

Peeping
...

Tom,
...

5 yrs,
3
...

(fell)
b gr
...

Mr Mr
^ID

G. W.

Hutchinson's McDonald's

g g

Spider, aged,
Benedict,
... ...

lOst

6lb
lOst
...

yrs,

vF

Mr Mr

George's
E. J. Picton's

g Irwin's

ch

Blister, aged, lOst br m by Verulam,


9st lOlb
...

0
...

out

of
0
...

dam,
ns

4 yrs,
ro

Mr

M^Kenna Mr

Penrith,

aged,
ro

lOst g

21b

WhittingstaJl's(12th Lancers)
lOst

Mazeppa,
Corrode,

aged,

lOtb;

and

Mr
sovs

Power's ft.

ch

aged^

lOst
1

4tb, paid 5

3 to

agst Fringe, 7
to

to

agst Meath,
Tom and

5 to the

agst

Spider, 6 My.
each.
allowed second Mr

agst Peeping
Won
2
sovs

Verulam

by

length.
sovs
w^on

Sweepstakes
Horses

each, 15

added.
a

lOst

7lb

never

having
mile and his stake. b g

steeple chase,
heats. The

7ft).. One
horse saved Hutchinson's

half

G.

Spider, aged,
...3
...

10st7ib"

M'Clory

11

JANUARY,

1851.

Mr

M^Kenna

ns

b
...

The

Moth,
...

aged,
1
...

lOst, (feU)
Mr J. M*Clelland's

b g
...

Tipperary B07,
2
... ...

aged, lOstTtt)
Mr Mr

dis

Kelly
Brown's First

ns

Flambeau, f,
won

6 yrs, 1 Ost 7lb


lOst
...

dis dis

br

yrs,

heat

easily
"

second

won

cleverly,

Tipperary Boy fallingheavily at the last fenceMoth third won The fallingat the last fence. easily,
SANDYMOUNT
JANUARY

RACES. 16.
of
2
sovs,
"

The added.

Herbert

Stakes

p,

15
sovs

sovs
or

1 1st each.

Winners the
a

in

1850

of 50

upwards, including
extra.

owner^s half

stake, carried

71b

One

mile

and g

heats.

Mr

J.

Doyle's ch
list

Accident, Harkover,
1
on

by Harkaway,
1
... ...

aged,
Mr

7ft)-r-M. Molony
ch g
2 to

1
2

Farrall's

aged,
was

list
...

Accident.

Harkover

came

in

but first,

objected
Stewards

to

as

not

carrying
Accident The

his proper the winner. Purse mile

weight.
of 1
and h
a

The

declared

Ladies' One

sov,

sovs

added.

lOst

7lb each.
Mr W.

quarter heats.

Clinch's
4

ch

Surprise, by
2
...

Retriever,
Mr Mr Mr

yrs,

(Mr Mosely)

1 2 3 4

1 2 3

Doyle's ch
M*Keon's

Accident,
Nonsuch

grg gr
m

aged, Garryowen, 5yrs


...

3
...

1
...

Ryder^s
First heat

4
...

dr and

won

by

three

lengths"

second

third

heats

by

two

lengths.
A

BACING

CAUBNDAB,

LISMORE

STEEPLE
JANUARY

CHASES.

17.
of
3
sovs

The
20
sovs

Monatrim added,

Stakes
list

each,
horses

with
once,

7lb

each.

Winners

4ft) ;
extra.

twice, 7ft) extra.


Two mile
gr g

Thorough-bred

81b

heats.

Mr

Barry's
12st 1ft)
"

Chieftain, by Arthur,
...

aged,
1
...

Debeaux...
b g

1 2

Mr Mr

T.

Kennedy's
.bg
ch
br
m

Tartawonga,

aged,
list

1 2st

Burke's

Revenge,
...

aged,
...

7ft)
2
...

(bolted)
Mr Mr Mr

dis

Smyth's
Power's

Mahony's
list

aged, 12st 8ft) The Dove, aged, 12st aged, g Chasanoughloo,


Maiden,
... ... .*. """

dis dis

7ft)
...

dis
b g

Mr Mr Mr

Duggan's Ryan's ch
Harris's b

h Retriever,

5 yrs,

list

7ft)
...

dis

3tfr Hall's Mr Hudson's First


a

Champion, aged, 12st b m Ding-dong, aged, list 7ft) aged, g Spanish Lancer, Emma, aged, gr m
... ...

dis
dis

dr dr

heat

won

cleverly
"

second

heat

by nearly stakes SweeplOst

length.
Farmers' of 1 Plate
sov

of

10

sovs,

added

to

each, for farmers'


mile and
a

horses. heats. The

7ft"

each.
saved

One stake.

half

second

Mr

Sheehan's Sullivan

b g b
ch

David,
Rose

by

David
"

Mr Mr Mr

Walshe's Talbot's

Red

...

O'Brien's

g b h

Crusader,
...

Rattler,
...

JANUARY,

1851,

Mr Mr Mr

Rockwood's Power's Nolan's First' heat ch


b g
won

gr
g

JVIisfortune
Jones

dis
...

I^arry

dis
. . .

Lazy
by

Jack
... ...

'

pd
third

length

"

second

and

heats

won

cleverly.
JANUARY

18.
sovs,

The

Lismore of
4
sovs

Plate

of 30
12st

added

to

stakes Sweeponce,

each.

each.

Winners,
horse

4ft) ;
extra.

twice, 7ft) extra.


Two ndle heats.

Thorough-bred
The second

horses,

8ft)

saved

his Mr

stake. Harris's
bm
"

Ding-dong, by Musician,
Owner
... ...

aged,
Mr
12st

12st

Power's

ch

g
...

Champion,
...

aged,
1
...

7ft) (fell)
gr g
12ft)

dis

Mr

Barry's
12st

The
...

Chieftain,
...

aged,
2
...

dr

Mr

T.

Kennedy's
b g ch

b
...

Tartawonga,
...

aged,
dis
...

12st7ft)
Mr Mr Burke's

Revenge,
m

aged,
Maiden,
...

12st
...

dis

Smyth's
13st Ift)

The
...

aged,
dis
...

Mr

Mahony's
1 JiSX
...

Chasanoughloo,
... ...

aged,
QIS
...

First
canter.

heat

won

by

head
"

second

heat

won

in

The

Helter-skelter for horses the

Stakes, property

sov

each,
farmers each.

10

sovs

added,
in

of

residing
One

the and

county
a

Waterford. heats. gr
m

Ilst7ib

mile Mr D.

h"\"

Rockett's Monahan

Lady
... ...

Eleanor

"

1
...

BACING

CALENDAR,

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

b g Lazy Jack O'Brien's ch m Redgate Nolan's

dis dis dis dis dis dis dis

Duggan's

b h Retriever b gr ch b
m m m

Downey's
Hudson's Talbot's Power's All fell in
won

Chance Banathee

g Crusader The Dove first heat

the
a

except

Lady

Eleanor,

who The

in Beaten of

canter.

Plate
a

of 10 each.

sovs,

added

to

stakes SweepTwo

half

sov

lOst

7lfo each.

miles. Mr Mr
Mr

Hudson's Power's J. Power's

gr m ch g
b

Banathee
"

Debeaux

Larry
g
m

Jones

2 3 4
" "a

David

Mr

O'Brien's

ch

Redgate Won cleverly.

FEBRUARY.

LEMONFIELD

(Co. Limemck)
CHASES.
FEBRUARY

STEEPLE

10.

Sweepstakes
71b each
:

sov

each,
to

20
mares

sovs

added, and his

list

3ft)

allowed

geldings.
The

Three winner Mr Mr Mr

miles.
to

Second
sold b
m

horse 50
sovs

saved

stake.

be

for

if demanded.
1 2 3

Quinlan's

Hartigan's

Fanny Wynn Henchy m Lazy Moll, aged


"

Guinay's

b g Mountaineer,

5 yrs

FEBRUARY,

1851.

Mr Mr Mr
Mr

Mass/s
Frazer's

b h

Minstrel

Boy

...

0
...

Eyre's Gray's
Reardon's

b g Barkston b g Pilot b
m

0
...
...

0
...

...

...

Lennette b g Trab Trab, b g Escape Rover g Red eh m Fedamore gr


m

;..
...

0 0
...

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

aged
...

Fosberiys
CarroFs
O'Brien's eh

...

o o 0

...

...

Lass

'

...

Murphy's
Mr

Munster

Lass,
Mr Nora

aged

0
...

Little

Fahy's b g Vandalia, Toby, and Sir Murphy's


Won

Westropp's
Creina

paid.

by

two

lengths.
10
sovs

Sweepstakes
age mile Mr
;

soveach,
to
mares

added.

Wt

for

3ft)

allowed half b g

and horse

geldings.
saved

One

and

heats.

Second

his stake.

Guinay's
5yr8,
list

Mountaineer,
Carroll g

by Priam,
...2 11

1 lib"

Mr

O'Brien's
list lift)

Gamecock,
4 yrs,

yrs,

Mr Mr

Eyre's
list

ch

Lund,
b
g
...

lOst

1 lib

Reardon's llib

Trab

Trab,

aged,

Mr Mr

Hartigan's Hartigan's
list

gr b

h
m

Cregane, 4 yrs, list Lazy Moll, aged,


1

llib
... ... ...

dist

Mr

O'Brien's

ch Mr Nora

Fedamore

Lass,

Mr.

Carroll's
and Mr.

ch g Red

Rover,
b
m

Fahy's
Creina

b g

Vandalia,

Murphy's
First

paid.
a

heat

won

by half

neck
"

second

and

third

easily.

10

BACINO

CAIiENDAB,

KINGSTOWN

STEEPLE
FEBRUARY

CHASES. 17in of

The
to
a

Kingstown Cup of 50 sovs Free Handicap Sweepstakes


About three miles.

specie,
7
sovs

added

each,
his

3 ft

Second

horse

saved

stake. Mr Burke's ch
m

Novice,

by

Philip
"

the

First,
1
...

^ISiI'Keon aged, 9st41b, carried 9st 10ft) Linnet, 5 7rs, 9st 12ft" Capt Sanford's bm 5 jrs, Measham, Major Tottenham's bg
OlD
... .." ...

2
...

lOst
...

")

Mr Lord

Mangan's
Oakes'

b g Potteen, b g

aged, 9st 7lb


5

4
...

Conjngham's
br
...

Chance,

yrs, lOst

2ft) list

Capt
9ft)
Mr Mr

Fanny
...

Elssler, aged,
...

(fell)
br
m

0
...

Irwin's

Duvemay,

5 yrs,
3

lOst
...

0 8st

Mr Mr

Grough's br f Barmaid, (carried 8st 10ft)) Sherry's gr g Ploughboy, Fringe, Morgan's br m


...

yrs,
...

4ft",
0
...

5 yrs, 5 yrs,

9st 8ft)
lOst

0
...

12ft),
...

f leu

...

...

...

vf

Mr

Doyle's
1 XtJU I

b h The
...

Red

Knight,
...

5 yrs,
...

lOst

8ft),
" "
"

\J

Mr

Power's lOst

ch

g
...

Corrode,
...

aged, 9st8ft), (carried


0
... ...

5ft))

Mr Mr Mr
2 5 to

Moone/s
Irwin's

gr g b f by ch h

Agitator, 5
Verulam,

yrs,

9st 5ft) 9st 7ft) 9st 9ft"


1

0
...

4 yrs, 5 yrs,

0
...

CHara's
to

Champion,
Elssler,

0
**"

agst Fanny

to

agst Fringe,

agst Duvemay.
Won

by

four

lengths.

12

BACING

CAIiBNDAB,

4 to 1

agst The

Oaks, 5

to

agst Archy, 7
head

to

agst Repealer.
First
heat
won

easily
"

second

by

"

^third

by
was

length and

half.
cut

Archy received a severe drawn. consequently


The winner
was

in second

heat, and

sold for "61

"

"11

went

to the

racing fund.
Mr
beat

Mitchell's b
Mr
one

Brunette,
ch
a

lOst

51b,
12ib
"

(owner,)
^25
sovs

Crawford's
mile and

m,

9st

each,

half.

Sweepstakes weights. Two


Mr

sov

each, 5

sovs

added.

Catch

miles.

Murphy's bm
v"'iarK6
...

Chatelaine,by Derby, 5 yrs


...

"

1 2 0 0 0

MrPeareth's

br

g The
m

Cobbler

Capt.George'sb
Mr Mr Mr

Penelope

Farrall's b g Rathmore Brunette bl m O'Reilly's

Keegan's b

Mountain

Breeze

FEBRUARY

18.

The
to
a

Kingstown Plate of 50 Handicap Sweepstakes of


miles. Second
g

sovs

in

added specie,
2

5 sovs,

ft.

About

three Mr

horse

saved

his stake. 5 yrs,


1
...

Smartt's b
10st6ft)
"

Prosperity, by Derby,
... ...

Debeaux
br
m

Mr Mr

Irwin's

Duvernay,
Red b
m

Doyle'sb

h The

5 yrs, lOst Knight, 5 yrs, lOst


5 yrs, lOst

...

2 3 4

...

Capt Sanford's

Linnet,

7ft)

...

FEBBUAHY,

1851.

13

Mr

Drake's

Atalanta,
b g

5 yrs,

9st 12ft)
5 yrs,

0
...

Major
Mr Mr

Tottenham's chm gr g br
"""

Measham,
5 yrs,

lOst

6tb
...

0 0

Carter's

Prim,

lOst
1 1st 4ft"
...

Mooney's
M^Daniel's
lOst 3
to

Eepealer, aged,
m

Mr

Miss
"""

Stephens,
"""

yrs,
0
"""

9ft"
1

agst

5 to

1 each

Duvemay, agst Prosperity


"Won

to

agst

Measham,

and

Repealer.
and
sovs

by
Plate of

length
of
2 20

half. in

The
to
a

Stewards'

specie,
Wt One for

added age, and

Sweepstakes
selling and
heats. J. Gr.

sovs

each.

with half Mr

maiden

allowances.

mile

Murphy's
4 yrs, gr g
gr b

ch lOst

Lamienne,
3ib Neale
"

by
1 3ft) 13ft) 10ft)

Birdcatcher,
Mr Mr Mr
Mr

Mooney's
Emerson's Irwin's Slevin's
^81
I lu

Agitator, Flight, m
the

5 yrs, 5 yrs,
4

9st 9st 9st

by Verulam,

yrs,

b g
...

Tyrone
...

Second,
...

6 yrs,
...

Mr Mr

Hall's

b g Blue

Pill, aged,
g

1 Ost 4

Wigley's
9st
Mr
lift)
...

Ready
...

Money,
...

yrs, dis
...

Irwin's

Daphne,
4

3 yrs
;

Mr

Murphy's
b g

ch

by
1

Birdcatcher,

yrs

and

Mr

Farrall's

Rathmore
2
to

(lateHere-boy,) aged, paid.


against Lamienne,
Both heats
won

5 to

1
a

agst Verulam

f.

by

length.
1 Ost

Stakes Two Mr miles.

sov

each,

sovs

added.

7ft) each.

Sherry's
Noonan

gr g
...

Ploughboy, by Slinge,
... ...

5 yrs

"

I
...

14

KACING

CALENDA",

Mr

Blake's Mr

Magnet, aged Sinecure, Armstrong's b m


b
m

2
...
...

Mr

Mitchell's Mr

bl

Brunette,
b
m

Mr Miss also Won

Pearetb's

The and
were

Cobbler,
Mr
not

M^Daniel's ton's b g

Stephens,
started, but

Paddj,

Wallingplaced.

by

length.

MIDDLETOWN

(Co. Monaghan)
CHASES.
FEBRUARY

STEEPLE

19-

The with "10

Middletown

Challenge
"1
each.

Cup,
for
age
:

value three

"25,
years six and

added,
2lb Sib
;
:

Wt
; to

old, lOst

four,
3tb

1 1 st 6lb

five, 12st;
mares

aged,
Two Mr
E.

12st

allowed

and

geldings.

mile B.
"

heats. Evatt's
b g
...

Drone,
...

by

Drone,
1
...

aged
MrH. Mr

Owner Bond's ch g Baronet,

Bond's

b g

Whalebone,

aged aged
3
sovs

2
...

dis
...

Handicap
20
sovs

Sweepstakes
Two
br g g

each,
Grier
" ...

sov

ft"
1 1

added.

mile

heats.

Mr Mr
Mr

E.

Bond's
b

Bob, Arthur,

aged,
list lOst

list
...

Boyle's
Hanison's Mr

Paddy,
Sir
b g 1

dis
8tb
...

dis ft.

Evatt's

Drone,
sov

aged, 12st, paid


10
sovs

Scurry
and
a

Stakes
mile b
...

each,

added.

One

half

heats.
g

Mr

Evatt's Owner

Drone,
...

by Drone,
...

aged

"

i
...

i 2

Mr

Boyle's

Paddy
others
were

2
... ...

Three

not

placed.

HABCH,

1851.

15

MILITARY
YOUGHAL,

STEEPLE
CO.

CHASES.
FEB.

CORK,

20. miles.

Sweepstakes
Mr Bowles's b h

sovs.

each.
...

Three

Archy

...

...

MrFaunt's Mr Peel's After divided


b

brgCrablegs
m

...

...

...

Secret
... ...

killed

the the

dead stakes.
1
sov

heat

Messrs.

Bowles

and

Faunt

Sweepstakes
age. Mr

each,
mile

10 and

sovs
a

added. heats. 5 yrs,

Wt

for

One
b

half

Sheehan's
llst4tb
...

David,
...

by

David,
...

1
...

Mr
"

B.
^S X

Hall's
...

Spanish Lancer,
... ...

aged,
...

iS

Mr

F. Mr

Hudson's Peel's and


were

gBanathee,
and Mr

aged,

12st Hero

Charlie
not

Crean'a

also

started

placed.
won

Both

heats

cleverly.

MARCH.

TIPPERARY

STEEPLE

CHASES.

The added.
31b

Tipperary Stakes,
Wt for age,
to
mares

sovs

each,

ft,40

sovs

with and

allowed horse

penalties and allowances. miles. geldings. Three

Second
Mr

saved
b g

his stake.

Barry's
llstlllfo
"

Carrig,
...

by

Arthur,
...

aged,
...

^Debeaux
m

1 2

Mr

Lane's

Betsy Prig^

6 yrs,

1 1st

7lfo
...

I
16
SACIKO

CALEIVBAII,

Mr Mr Mr Mr

E. Burke's

b g Keatinge'sb g
m

Reyenge, 6 yrs, 1 1st 7ib Jerry,5 yrs, 1 Ost 1 1 lb


1 lib

3
...

0
... "".

Ivers' b

Dolly,aged, 1 1st

Engine, (late Hartigan*s b g Steam Mountaineer,)5 yrs, lOst Gib Mr Power's gr h TramoreBoy, aged, llst6lb and killed) (fell
... ... ... ... ...

Won

by
age,
;

three

lengths.
2
sovs

The
added. maiden

Roesboro'

Stakes,
with
31b

each, 20
to
mares

sovs

Wt
Two

for

sellingand penalties,
aUowed
and

allowances

geldings.
Mr Mr Mr
Mr Power's

mile
m

heats. Maid of
"

ch

The

Clonmel,
1 2 1 2 3 0

by Welcome,

Ryan'sch
P. Power's Rocketf
s

g b

Darrigan aged, llst7lb Champion, aged, list 121b


b g

Both

3 Gaylad, 5 yrs, lOst 31b Lady Eleanor, 5 yrs, lOst 3ft" 0 heats won cleverly.
MABCH

4.
sovs

Barronstown added. allowed Wt


to

Stakes, 4
for age,
mares

each, h ft,30
:

sovs

with and

allowances selling geldings. Three

3tt"

miles.

Second
Mr

horse b
"

saved
m

his stake.

Lane*s

Betsy Prig, by Welcome,


... ...

aged,
...

llstTlb
Mr Mr

Owner
g Steam ch g

1 2 3 0 0 0

b Hartigan's

Engine, 5

yrs, 9st 1 lib


1 Ost 11 lb
...

Ryan's

Champion, aged,

MrHarty's b m Fanny Wynne, Mr Dobbyn's b g Larry, aged,


Mr

5 yrs, lOst 4Ib lOst 41b


...

Burke's
Ivers' b

b
m

Mr

Revenge, aged, lOst Dolly,aged, 1 1st 7lb


Won

111b

...

...

by

length.

MABCH,

1851.

17

The
2
sovs

Stewards*

Plate
sovs

"

Handicap
Two

Sweepstakes
mile heats.

each^

20

added. g

Mr

Hartigan's
Priam,
5

Steam

Engine,
"

by
...

Mr

Power's

yrs, ch

lOst
m

7ft)
Maid

^Maher of
...

f
t

Clonmel,
...

aged, 10st7ft)
Mr Mr Burke's
b

2 0 0

...

aged, lOst 7ft) 0 g Revenge, Roe's ch g Heart of Oak, 4 jnrs, 0 Second and third heats won easily.
...

0 dr

Coribnthian One
horse Mr mile saved and

Handicap
a

sovs

each, 10
course.

sovs

added.

half

heats, flat

Second

his stake. b
m

Burke's

Peg
4ft)
"

the

Rake, by Retriever,
11
... ...

6 yrs,
Mr

lOst

Debeaux

Murphy's b m Capt Mansergh's


lOst
4ft)
...

Consuella,
b
c

4 yrs,

1 1st
...

Fearnought,
... ...

yrs,
3
...

Mr

Sadleir's b g Barkston,
Won

aged,

lOst
...

dis

easSy.

REDCROSS

(Co. Wickxow)
CHASE.
MARCH

STEEPLE

3.
won

Silver
to

Cup,
horses.

to

be

three

times
10

in

sion, succes-

which

the

Stewards Wt for

added age, with

sovs,

for

half-bred Two
Mr mile

penalties.

heats. bl
m

O'Neil's

The

Dove

Water(late
"

hen,) by Young Pope,


Horan
...

5 yrs, lOst 4ib


...

...12

1 2

MrRedmond'sgrg

Buffer, 4yrs,9stllfl"
B

12

18

BACma

CAlJ!Nl"Alt,

Mr

Whaley's
8st

ch
...

Antelope,
.".

yrt,
3
...

131b b g b
m

dist

Mr Mr

Clements' Bestall's 9st


111b

Isaac,
Maid
"".

4 yrs,

9st
4

1 lib

dist

of

Lodi,
.".

jts^
dist
..*

Mr Mr Mr

Finn's Wilson's

b g

Ploughboy,

ParneU's

b g Prince, of the ch m Maid

1 lib yrs, 98t aged, list 41b

dist dist

Vale,

yrs, 9st 1 1 lb,

paid.
First
a

and

second

heats

won

easily
"

'third

by
for

half

length.
An

objection
her

was

made

to

The

Dove

not

carrying
^e
was

proper
to

weight.
the
race.

The

Stewards

decided

entitled

MONAGHAN

STEEPLE
8"

CHASES*

MARCH

The

Clip,
with

value
a

60

together

Stakes

to gs, open of 3 gs each. extra


;

all Wt

horses^
for age.
to

7ft) Thorough-bred horses and mares geldings. Two


horse
of the Mr H. lift)" saved person Bond's Grier his stake. The

31b

allowed Second

mile

heats. be the

Cup

to

property

winning
ch g

it three

times

in succession. list
1 1
...

Baronet,
.*. ...

aged,

Mr

E.

P.

Murphy's

b h
"."

Breestha
"""

Bui, aged,
dis
"..

llstllft).*. Mr

Walkington's
The

Redlock,
at

5 yrs,

list

31b, paid.
a

Baronet
was

fell

the

distance, lay
to

long time,

trat at length

brought

the

scales.

20

RACING

CAUBNDAK,

Sweepstakes
Mr
o

sovs

each,

10

sovs

added*

One

mile.

J. Moran's
yrs, oSt

b
"""

Creeping
"""

Kate,

by Magpie,
""" """

Mr

Malone's Three

gr

Fanny
not

Gray,

8st
...

others

placed.

Won

cleverly.

GRANARD

STEEPLE
11. 30
;

CHASES.

MARCH

Stakes horses.

5 Wt

sovs

each,
age

sovs

added,
to

open
mares

to

all and

for

31b
on

allowed winners saved


3

geldings,
mile fund. Mr heats.

with

penalties
Second The winner

and

bred thoroughTwo
race

horses.

horse

his stake.
sovs

paid

to

the

Rochford's

b
"

Prairie ^Noonan

Bird, by Derby,
1
... ...

4yrs,
Mr
1 XSt

10st41b

M^Daniel's
4Iil)
...

Miss
...

Stephens,
...

5 yrs,
"""

Jit

/u

Mr

Sherry's gr list 4ft), (fell)


Martin's b
m

g
...

Ploughboy,
...

yrs,
3
...

Mr

Linnet,
3

5 yrs, 9st

list

4ft)
... ...

dr

JVIrTaaffe's Mr T.
list

chm,
Smartt's

W.

yrs, b g
...

4ft), (fell)

dis

Prosperity,
...

5 yrs, dis
...

lift) heat
won

First An

by
was

half made

neck

"

second rider

easily.
of Prairie

objection
that The and

by
won

the the the

Bird
her.

Prosperity, who
Stewards

first heat, heat


.

jostled
Prairie

awarded

to

Bird

disqualified Prosperity.

MABCH,

1851.

21

Sweepstakes
age, Mr "c. Roe's list Mr
41b
"

sovs

each, 10
Two

sovs

added. heats. 5 yrs,

Wt

for

as

first ch

race.

mile

g Fox,
A

by

SmaUhopes,
...

groom
m

1
...

Blake's

ch
...

Magnet,
...

aged,
...

list

lift)

(fell)

dis
...

Won

easily.
12.

MARCH

The Town

American of

Cup,
open Wt

value
to

"50,
all

presented
3ft)

to

the

Granard

horses, "10
;

added
to

by
mares

the

Stewards.
and Two

for

geldings.
mile heats. the

age Second The


same

allowed
saved be
won

horse

his
three

stake. years Mr

Cup

to

successively by
Lennan's
b
m

person.

Linnet,
F.Martin
"

by Slinge,
walked
...

5 yrs, Mr

Il6t4ib ch

over.

Davis's

Fox,

5 yrs,

list

4ft), paid ft.

Sweepstakes
age mile
;

soveach,
to
mares

10

sovs

added.

Wtfor
Two
if

3ft)

allowed The

and
to

geldings.
for
50

heats.

winner

be

sold

sovs,

claimed. Mr

Blake's
5 yrs, lOst

Little

Queen,
...

by Derby,
2
...

lift) bl
m

Mr

Lennan's

Phoenix,
,'.,

4
...

yrs, 9st lift),


1
...

(fell)
First

dis

heat

won

by

head.

22

BACING

CALENDAB,

KILCOCK

STEEPLE

CHASES.

MABCH

17*
of
30
sovs

The added
2 ft.
to

St
a

Patrick

Stakes

in
3
sovs

specie^
each,
stake.

Handicap
miles.

Sweepstakes
Second horse

of

Three

saved

his

MrM^DanieFs

br
"

Miss

Stephens, by Leander,
... ...

4yrs,10st
Mr J.
I xjSv

G.
I ID

^Meany Murphy's
...

1
...

ch
...

Lamienne,
...

4yrs,
...

ju

Mr
Mr

Preston's H.
1 1 S
u

br

Sheathevagh,
Master
...

Smyth's
I ID

ch h
...

aged, 9st 7ib 5 jrrs, Rockingham,


...

...4

Mr Lord

Mooney's gr g Conyngham's
^lO
...

Agitator,
b

5 yrs,

9st
3

101b

g
...

Ganymede,
...

yrs,
...

Ool;

\J

Mr

Drake's

Atalanta,
m

5 yrs,

9st

101b
...

0 0
...

MrMagrane's
Mr J.
( leil I

Constance,

aged, 9st
5 yrs,
...

121b

Colgan's

b h
...

Goodfellow,
...

lOst

Sib,
...

vr

Mr
5

Sherry's
to

gr

Ploughboy,

yrs,

lOst,
;

paid
1

ft. each

agst

Master and

Rockingham
Lamienne
;

5 1

to

agst

Goodfellow

6 to

agst Miss

Stephens.
Won

by
"

length

and

half.

Selling Stakes
added. sold
sovs

Sweepstakes
each. If
;

2 sovs,

p p, 20

sovs

llstTft)
for 250
sovs.

The entered 150


sovs,

winner
to

subject
sold
;

to

be
200

be

for 100

allowed for 50

7lb

for

1 41b

for

sovs,

211b;
4 lb.

sovs,

281b.
a

Maiden

horses

allowed

One

mile

and

half heats.

MARCH,

1851.

23

"Mr

P.

Eyre's

ch 1 Olb

Luna,
Canavan The

by Harkaway,
...

5 yrs, 9st

"

Mr

Connor's

gr

Oaks,

5 yrs,

9st

Mr

Irwin's
lOst 3ib

br

Duvernay,
gr
...

yrs,

Mr

F.

Martin's
3ft)

Flight,
"

5 yrs,

9st

MrMooney's
carried Mr

gr g
lOst b h

Repealer, aged, 9st 7ft),


Red

Doyle's
1 USX
...

The
...

Knight,
...

yrs,
(lis
...

Mr

J. G.

Murphy's
1

ch

Lamienne,
;

yrs,

paid
;

2J
1

to

agst
Oaks.

Repealer
After

5 the

to

agst
First

The

agst Luna 1st heat, even


1

to

betting.
and

heat

won

by
a

three

lengths

"

second

third

heats

in

canter.

MARCH

18. 40
sovs

The

Kilcock

Handicap
Second ]Mr J. G.

Cup of Sweepstakes
saved

in

specie, added
h

to

of 5 sovs, stake.
m

ft. Three

miles.

horse

his ch
lOst
"

Murphy's
4

Lamienne,
Neale
...

by
lOst

Bird1
...

catcher,
Mr
Mr Mr Mr

yrs,
m

Nolan's

gr

The

Oaks, Medora,

5 yrs,

4ft)
...

Adlington's
T.

ch

W.

Smartt's chm ch
g

b g

aged, Prosperity, 5
lOst

1 1 st

1 lib list
...

3 0 0

yrs, 9ft) 9st


8ft)

Burke's

Novice,

Mr

O'Hara's

aged, 5 Champion,
b g

yrs,

0
...

Marquess
8st 121L
;

Conyngham's
and Mr

Ganymede,
g

3 5

yrs, yrs,

M'Court's

gr

Gridiron,

lOst, paid ft.

24

BACINQ

CALENDAR)

to

1 each

agst Novice,
;

Prosperity, Lamienne,
lengths.
20
sovs

and

The

Oaks

to

agst Medora.
four of

Won The
to

by
Plate

Stewards'

in Wt

specie, added
for
age,

Sweepstakes
and
heats.

of 2

sovs

each.

with and
a

selling
half
Mr

maiden

allowances.

One

mile

Mooney's
5 JT9,

gr
"

Agitator,
4 yrs,

by
...

Tyrant,
1
...

9st 6ft)
bl
m

Hanlon

1 2

Mr
Mr

Ryan's
G.
T.

Phoenix,
br
...

9st
3

2
...

Gough's
...

Barmaid,
...

yrs,
dis
...

9st6tb
]Mr Mr
Mr

Sherry's b P. Eyre's
Connor's
J. G.
Mr

Durat,
m m

3 yrs,

9st lOst
21b

dis
...

ch
gr

Luna,
The
b br
m

5 yrs,

dis
...

Oaks,
f

5 yrs,
4

9st

13ft)

dis dis
and 5 yrs,

Mr

Murphy's
ch
m

Chatelaine,
Miss

yrs, 9st
4

Douglas's

Rosanna,

yrs,

Mr

Blake's

Little

Queen
Oaks

(lateJeannette)
and Luna
;

paid.
5
to

each

agst
heats 1

The
and
won

to

each

agst Phoenix
Both

Chatelaine.

by
each,

four
5

lengths.
sovs

Sweepstakes
each. Mr One mile
br

sov a

added.

lOst

and g
...

half.

Lennan's Noonan

Roebuck,
...

by Slinge, 5
...

yrs

"

1
...

Mr
Mr Mr

J.

Doyle's
ch

b
m

Red

Knight,
*
...

yrs
...

2
...

Irwin's Neville's

0
...

ch
b g b

Phoenix,

4 yrs,

0
...
...

Mr Mr

Sherry's
M^Court's

Durat,
h Joe

3 yrs, carried

1 Ost

7ft)
. . . ...

0 0

Miller,
very

Won

(feU) easily.

MABCH,

1651-

25

FALLS

(Co. Antrim)
MABCH

STEEPLE
18. 2

CHASE.

Handicap
added. saved Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Artful his Kerns's One

Sweepstakes
mile and
a

sovs

each, h^
Second

10

sovb

hiflf heats.

horse

stake.

b g Henderson's

Spider,
br
m

lOst

lOlb
...

1 2

Dove,

lOst

7ft)

2
...

MdeDand's

br g
b

Cahoon's

Tipperary Boy, lOst lOst Koyston Gower,


...

dis

Byrne's br g Galway Dodger paid ft.

and

Mr

Stewart's

b g

DUNGARVAN

(Co. Watebfoeb)
CHASES.
MABCH

STEEPLE

18.

Mr

Doner's

Brewery
Mr 25
sovs

Boy, by Peacemaker,
ch
;
m

5 yrs,

(J. Walsh,) beat Welcome, aged ;


chase
course

Sheehan's each

three

by miles, steeple

Funnie,

1 1st 1

7ft" each.

Sweepstakes
each. Mr One mile b
...

sov

each, 10
a

sovs

added.

lOst

7ft"

and

half heats.
4

Sheehan's
J.

David, by David,
... ...

yrs

"

Mr Mr Mr Mr

Smyth Scurry's b g Black Prince, (rider fell) Kearney's bg Castle-boy Red Rose Dorgan's bm O'Brien's b m Mary Carey
...
... ... ... ... ...

1 2

1 2

dis
dis dis

First

heat

won

by

length
"

second

good
c

race.

26

BACING

CAUSNDAR,

MABCH

20.

Sweepstakes
mile Mr

soy

each,

10

sovs

added.

One

and

half heats. ch
m

Sheehan's

Funnie, by Welcome,
2
""" ... ...

a^edr"
Mr Mr Sir

Rice
b g
m

1 0 0 0

Sheehan's

David,
Red

yrs

1
...

dr dr dr

Dorgan'sb
N.

Rose
... ... ...

3 0

Humble's
First

b g

and

second

heats

won

easily.

ELPHIN

STEEPLE
MARCH

CHASES.
24.

(Ages from Sweepstakes


age
"

the

1st

of May*)
sovs

sovs

each, 20

added.
lOst 121b

Wt
;

for

^three

years
six and

old, lOst;

four,

five,

to mares aged, 12st : 41b allowed and extra 51b : geldings ; thorough-bred horses stake winners of a steeple chase 1st plate from or mile heats, Two January, 1850, to carry 51b extra.

1 1st

7lb

three Mr

4^ feet
Stafford's

walls
b g

in each

heat.

Shamrock,
...

by Peacemaker,
1
... ...

aged
Mr

"

^M'Keon
b

1 2

Elwood's Davis's

g g

Pitsford, aged
Fox,
Won 5 yrs
...

2
...

Mr

ch

dis
...

easily.
sovs

Sweepstakes
age
"

sovs

each, 10
;

added.
lOst 4ft)

Wt 9ft)
;

for

^three

llst4Jb;
mares

yrs old, 9st 1 lib six and aged, list

four,
lift):

five,
to

allowed

and Two

geldings;
mile

thorough-bred

horses

51b

extra.

heats, three

4^

feet walls.

28

BACINO

CAIiENDAR,

LIMERICK

HUNT
ItlARCH

STEEPLE 27*
5
sovs,

CHASES.

The added.

Foxhunters'
Wt for
to

Stakes,
with horses

allowances

age, maiden

penaltieson
;

p p, 40 winners
mares

sovs

and and horse

31b

to

geldings.
saved his

Three stake.

miles, 26 fences.

Second

Mr

Lane's 12st
2ib
"

Betsy Prig, by Welcome,


... ...

aged,
1
...

Owner
g Carrig, 6 yrs, Edward b g Lord
... ...

Mr Mr
X

Barry's b
Higgins's
X sl

list

12lb
...

Fitzgerald^aged,
... ...

oxo

*J

Mr Mr Mr

Toomey's
Mahon's Smith's
Even

b g

Revenge, aged,

list

6ft)
... ...

0 0

6 yrs, list 21b b g Rouser, 6 yrs, 1 1st ch g Rockingham,


on

7ft)

3 to

betting each agst Rockingham.


Won

Carrig cleverly.
3
sovs season

and

Betsy Prig,

The

Tallyho
Clare,
or

Stakes,
hunted Duhallow
31b

each,
with

30

sovs

added, for horses


with

this

the

rick, LimeWt for


and

Fox-hounds. allowed
to
mares

age,

penalties ;
Three his miles. stake.

geldings.
horse Mr saved

Gentlemen

riders.

Second

Higgins's b g Lord Edward llst6ft)~-MrO'Grady


Frazer's
4ft)
"

aged,. Fitzgerald,
1
... ...

Mr

Steam

Engine,
...

5
...

yrs,

lOst 2
...

Mr

MrM'Creight Lee's br m Lazy Mr Blakeney

Moll,
...

aged,
...

list

6lb"
3
...

MARCH,

1851.

29

Mr

b Fitzgerald's Mr Lockwood b g
...

Macaroni,
...

aged,
...

list

4ifo-" 0
...

(fell)

Mr

Mitchell's
Mr

Moonshine,
...

aged,
...

list

41b

"

Mr

Kenny Fosbenys
b
m

0
...

b
...

Escape,
"""

aged,
...

list

4ft)

"

v/wner

...

Mrlvers' Mr

Dolly, aged, list 4ft) the Hunter Kelly'sb g Heme Won easily.
of 10
sovs

"

Owner

paid.

Plate each. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

for Farmers'
heats.
"

horses,

lOst

71b

Two

mile

Laffan's

Kiggs'
Edwards'

b g Gamecock b m Frolic ch
b
m

Harty
...

Quin's
Bennett's

Baby Boy Fanny


g
m

ch chm

Kate Trab
won

Collins's
Both

Trab
...

heats

by half

length

TULLAMORE

STEEPLE

CHASES.

(BaUykillmurray
MABCH

Course.)

27value of
1 20
sov

The
to

TuUamore
was

which 10
sovs

added

Challenge Cup, a Sweepstakes


Wt mile Two

sovs,

each
3ft) to

and
mares

by

the

Stewards.

for

and

geldings.

age heats

;
over

the

country.
Mr The Connolly's b m lOst 1ft) Colgan, jun
"

Dove,
...

yrs,
...2
c

11 2

30

RACING

CALENDAR,

Mr

J. Green's lOstlib

br

Brown
...

Bess,
...

yrs,
1
...

Mr

P.
1 2st

Boylan'i
7tb

ch

h
...

Paddy Carey, a^d,


33
... ...

Won

by

neck.

Sweepstakes
Stewards.
age
;

2 sovs,

p p,

20

sovs

added

by
Wt

the for

Second
to
mares

horse
and mile

saved

his stake.
;

3Ib

geldings
heats"

thorough-breds

7tfo
Mr

extra.

Two

J.

Mr Mr

De P.

fall, Hoggerwolf, by Wind6 yrs, list 10)b Colgan, jun Blaquiere's b g Farmer, aged, 12st Eyre's ch m Luna, 6 yrs, list 7lb

Colgan's

b h

1 3 2

1 2

"

...

dis

...

Four

others

started.
3

Won

easily.
for

Ladies'

Purse,
14

containing
Catch

sovs,

ponies
One

not

exceeding
heats. Mr Mr Mr P. P.

hands*

weights.

mile

W. Three

Eyre's g p The Cafire Hood Boylan's b p Robin Common's gr g Heybrook


others started. Won

1
...

1 2 3

...

2
...

3
...

by

half

length.

KELLS

(Co. Mkath)
MARCH

STEEPLE 31. the


3

CHASES.

(Ages from
Handicap
added. stake.

Ist

of May,)
each, h ft, 25
horse towards saved expenses.
sovs

Sweepstakes
mile winner heats.

sovs

Two The

Second
5
sovs

hiff

paid

MARCH,

185L

31

Mr

M^Daniel's

br yrs,

Miss 7ft)
"

Stephens,
Owner
5 JTS,
lOst

by
1
...

Leander,
Mr Mr Lennan's

lOst

1
2

brmLinnet,
g

3
...

Sherry's gr (fell)
...

Ploughboy,
...

5 yrs,
...

9Bt

8ft) 2
...

0 o o

Mr Mr Mr

Balfe's br

Sheathevagh,
g

aged,

Qst

7ft"

0 0

Mooney's
Smith's
First

gr

b g

Agitator, 5 yrs, lOst Playboy, aged, lOst


even

7ft"
...

^a
"

heat,

betting
on

on

Miss

Stephens

second

heat,

to

her. in
a

Won

canter

Sweepstakes
for age.

soy

each,
maiden

10 three

soys

added* and
4ft) ;

Wt
not

Horses
allowed
to
mares

running
6ft) ;
and

times

winning,
allowed heats.

horses,
One
mile The

3ft)

geldings.
saved
soys

and

half

Second
to

horse

his stake. if claimed.

winner

subject
'Mr

be sold for 60

Tjorell'sblm
lOst 7ft)
"

Phoenix,
...

by Slinge, 4
...

yrs,
1
...

Noonan b
m

Mr

Sheridan's
cairied
lOst

Welfare,
...

3 yrs,
...

9st 7ft),
3
...

6ft) gr
m

Mr

Martin's

Flight,
..

5 yrs,
...

lOst

9^,
2
...

Mr

(fell) Magrath's
...

Buffalo
...

Gal,
...

yrs,

lOst
...

"7^K)

...

vrvf

Mr Mr Mr

Blake's Newnan's

br

Wild

.eh g
m

Girl, 3 yrs, 9st 7ft) 4 yrs, lOst 3ft) Storm,


4 yrs,
"

0 0

0 0

O'Reilly'sbl
heat
won

Brunette,
two

lOst

3ft)

dis

First

by

lengths
AFBIL

second

in

canter^

1.

The
sovs,

Kells
30
SOYS

Borough
added.

Challenge Cup,
Wt

value

100 in

for

age.

Winners

32

BACitNO

CAUSJSDAn,

49

and

50

of

any

advertised 5tfo extra


to
mares

Plate
;

yalae
or

"50
more,

or

upwards
extra
:

carried
3tb

of

two

8tt"

allowed

and

geldings.
by

Two

mile Mr

heats.

M'Daniel's

br

Miss
"

Stephens,
Owner
5 yrs,
list

Leander,
Mr

yrs, gr g

lOstTft)

1
...

Mooney's

Agitator,
by
two

lib

dr

Won

lengths.
sovs

Sweepstakes
with age, Second horse towards Mr

sovs

each, 20
allowances.

added. Two mile

Wt

for

selling
saved

heats. 5
sovs

his

stake.

Winner

paid

expenses.
m

Tyrrell'sb
9stlllb
"

Linnet,
...

by Slinge,
...

5 yrs,
1
...

Martin
gr
brm

1 2

Mr Mr

Mooney's
Kinsella's

Repealer, 6 yrs,

lOst

7tt"

Sheathevagh,
...
...

6 yrs, lOst
2
...

7ft), (feU)
First heat
won

by
1
m m

length
sov

second
"

by

two

lengths.

Stakes
Mr Mr

each,

sovs

added.
"

Magrath's b O'Reilly's bl

Buffalo

Gal,
4

5 yrs yrs,

Cusack
...

1 2

Brunette,

RATHDRUM

(Co. Wicklow)
CHASES.

STEEPLE

(Whxdey
MABCH

Abbey

Course*)

31.
2
sovs

The

Convivial

Stakes,

each, 20
"c.
;

sovs

added:

Wt

for age, with sellingallowances, horses 7ft" extra. mile Two saved his stake.

bred thoroughSeoond

heats.

horse

APBiLf

1851.

33

Mr

Donohoe's

b
"

Miss Owner

Portly, by Elvas,
1
... ...

5yr8,
Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

10st4ib ch

1 2 3 0 0

Whaley's
Clements'

Interloper,

yrs,

8st

1 1 ib
...

2 3 0

b g Isaac, 5 yrs, lOst Trim's ch g Wild Boy, 5 yrs, lOst 6 yrs, lOst Croker's ch m Princess, A. list Blake's 41b b
m

...

lib

Constance,
...

(th-b,)aged,
... ...

(fell)
Both

di^

heats

won

easily.
10
sovs

The horses chase Wt heats. Mr

Tyro Stakes,
that
or

sov

each,
sovs

added,
of of
a

for

never

won race

20 before

clear

steeple
a

hurdle

the One

day

entrance.

for

with allowances. age, The winner to be sold b


m

mile
sovs,

and "c.

half

for 40

Lamb's
lOst 31b

Mountain
...

Hare,
...

aged,
1
...

IMr

Whaley's
10st31b

bl g
...

Cockfighter, aged,
2
... ...

Mr
^mO

Redmond's
...

grg
...

Buffer,
...

yrs,

lOst
...

"jOO

APRIL.

KILBEGGAN

STEEPLE

CHASES.

(Moycashd
APRIL

Course.)
1.

The
gs heats.
20

Kilbeggan Challenge Cup,


added,
2

value

40

gs each.

Wt

for age.

gs, with Two mile

34

RACING

CALENDAR,

Mr

Lyons's b g Cardinal Protectionist,) by


5

Wiseman

(late
Anchor,
2 1 2 1 2

Sheet
...

Mr Mr Mr Mr

^English b Thompson's
yrs
"

...

Dancer
...

Meredyth's

Ariadne
...

dis dis
...

ch Thompson's De Blaquiere's First heat


won

g Champion b g Farmer,
"

6 yrs
second

dis
...

and A for lOst Mr

half"

third

by a length by half a neck. Whip,

by

length

Silver-mounted age
;

with

gs

added.
;

Wt

^three
"

years

old, 9st;

four, 9st 7ft)


Two mile

five,

six and

aged, lOstTft)*

heats.

M.

O'Reilly's gr
"

in Flavelle,
... ...

by
3
...

Tyrant, aged
Mr Mr

Owner
...

1 2 3

1 2 3

Gorey's
Walter's Mr

b g Defence Maria b m ch

1 2
...

...

Thompson's
Mr

Fanny,
m

Mr Mr

Nugent's
Greer's Mr
were

b
b

m m

Brunette,

Bess, Mr
b
m

Dooley's b Fitzgerald'sb
Gin

Witch,

Twist

g Terry Alt, and also started but

son's Wilnot

placed.
First third and second heats
won

by

half

length
"

heat

by

two

lengths.

RATHDRUM

(Co. Wicklow)
CHASES. 7'
with
on

STEEPLE

AFBIL

The
for age,

Challenge Cup, with penalties

15

sovs

added.

Wt

winners

and

thorough-

38

RACING

CALENBAB,

Mr Mr

Mooneys

gr

Hylanas en g (includiDg 71b extra)

Agitator, 6 by Magpie,
...

yrs,
5 yrs,
...

llst6tfo
...

lOst

6lb,
0
...

Mr
8st

Hoysted's
lOib O'Hara'sb

gr
...

Ticket-for-soup,
... ...

yrs,
0
...

Mr Mr

Glazebrook's
1 Ost 41b
...

Pullaway, b Terry g
...

6 yrs,

list

21b
...

0*Driseoll,
...

6 yrs,
0
...

Mr Mr

A.

Whyte's
b
m

ch g

Switcher,

6 yrs,
5

lOst

71b

0 0

Gannon's

All-my-fancy,
Won very of
1

yrs,

9st 101b

easily.
sov,

The Wt of 40 of
two

Open
for
sovs,
or

Stakes
with

age,

selling including their own


more,
or one

p p, 20 allowances.

sovs

added. Winners
51b
;

stake, carried
100
sovs,

of

8ft) extra.

About
Mr

three

miles. ch
"

Barrow's
1 Ost

Luna,

by Harkaway,
...

6 yrs,
1
...

Mr Mr
*.

D.Wynne... Whyte's ch m Harmony, 5 yrs, b m R. Bernard's Impression,


... .""

131b

lOst
5
*""

41b
...

2 lOst
"""

yrs,

yjLO

Mr Mr
Mr

Doyle's
Slevin's

Miss
Irish ch
...

bg Dowding's Burgh's
R.

Faucit, 6 yrs, lOst 91b 4 Volunteer, yrs, 9st lib Sir Hercules, aged, lOst
... ...
...

0 0

I OlD

*""

\f

Mr

De
Mr

gr

Vesile, aged, 9st

12ft)
...

Bernard's
b

bg
m

Weasel,
Bonnie gr
m

yrs,

lOst

13ft)
8st

Mr

R.

Kennedy's
and
Mr

Birdeen,
The

aged,
6

I Oft) ; I I st

Connor's

Oaks,

yrs,

3ft), paid.
Won very

easily.

APRIL,

1851

39

Stakes
wts.

of half Winner
to

sov

each,
sold for

10

sovs sovs.

added. One

Catch mile

be

40

and Mr

half

heats. b
m

R.

Newcomen*s

Sweet
"

Fanny,

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

Gibbons by Smallhopes, aged F. Martin's Flight, 6 yrs, gr m Slevin's b g Tyrone the Second,
Fallon's b
m

6 yrs

Elmina,
m

yrs

Whelan's Glazebrook's Byrne's Flood's


F. D. First b

Penello,
ch
m

aged
-me-not
...

Trust

gr
m

Pablo

Fanque,
Breeze The

yrs

Mountain
b ch
m

Warburton's

Jigger
in

...

Magrane's
heat
won

Penance
"

easily

^second

canter

^third
"

by

length.
GRAND MILITARY

IRISH

STEEPLE

CHASES.

(Fairy-House
AFB.LL

Course.)
12.

Sweepstakes
second
the About horse

10

sovs

each, h ft, 60 stake, for


on

sovs

added,
bona the

saved of

his

horses
or on

fide
staff. each.

property
three

Officers
across

full the

pay

miles

country.

12st

Thorough-bred horses carried 5ft) extra. of any steeplechase value "100, 71b ;
more

Winners

twice,
to

12ft) ;
mares

than

twice,

17ft)

extra

3ft) allowed

and full Mr

geldings.
pay
or

Ridden staff. ch
m

by

Officers

of

the

army

on

the

Adlington's

Medora,
list

by Philip
Owner

the
1
...

First, aged, (h-b)

lift)

"

40

RACING

CALEI7DAB,

Capt
list

Tomlin's lift)" Mr

Buckjumper,
12t.h Lan

aged, (h-b)
2
...

Thacker,
g

Mr

Jenkins's
2ft)

cb
...

Billy, aged, (th-b)


... ...

12st 3
...

Owner
"

Mr

Busbe's

big
7th

Sykes,
Hus
...

list

lift)"
...

Hon

Mr
0
...

Harbord,

Capt Oakes's ro g Mazeppa, Lt Inf 43d Capt Phillips,


Col
Morris's

(b-b)

list
...

lift)
"

0
...

Shirley's b
br
m

aged (h-b,)and paid ft.


2
to

Fugleman, aged (h-b,) Mr Sandfly, Capt Oakes's b g Charley, Capt Seymour's b h Dungar, aged,
g

agst Medora
Won 5

Billy.
horse miles. conditions

Buckjumper, by four lengths.


sovs

and

to

agst

Selling Stakes,
saved
The
as

each, 36
list

sovs

added.
About

Second three Same

his

stake,
to

each.

winner the br 12st


m

be

sold
race.

for "100.

preceding
m

Capt Oakes's hopes, aged,


Mr

"

Fanny Elssler, by SmallCapt Maunsell, 12th L


...

Morris's

br

Sandfly, list
...

4ft)
"

Mr

chester, Chi2
...

7th

DG
...

Capt
Mr

Oakes's Mr
"

ch

Gold
...

Dust, Quaker,
Lan
...

(h-b)
...

lOst 3
...

flib Capt
Capt
Mr

Thacker
ch g

Winter's E.

The 17th
g

lOst

lllb"
4
...

Haworth,
b

Hamilton's Mr
"

Exile,

lOst

lift), carried
L D
...

1 1 St 4ft)

Adlington,
The

4th

5 1 1ft)" 0
...

Home's Mr

b g

Saddler, (h-b) lOst


... ...

Earle,

57th

Regt
oh g

Mr

Cunningham's (h-b,) lOstllft),


Harbord
...

Heirloom,
Hat

late

Agent,
Mr 0
...

carried
...

5ft)"
,,.

Hon

APRIL,

1851.

41

Capt
Mr

Phillips'sb
...

Nabocklish,
...

lOst
...

lift)" 0
...

Owner Watson's Owner


... ...
...

ch

Whitefoot, (th-b) 1 1st Ballinter,


...

2ft)" 0
...

Mr

Jenkins's
2ft)
"

gr ch g
...

(th-b)
...

list
,

Owner
...

Mr

Maine's
Owner

The

Knight,
...

(th-b)1 1st 2ft)"


0
... ...

Mr

Harbord's and

gr

Cecilia,
Browne's

Mr br

Morris's g
1

ch

Slattern,

Capt

Sweetheart

paid.
2 10
to to

1 1

agst Fanny
The
"

Elssler, 4

to

agst Sandfly,

agst

Knight. by
three
10

Won

lengths.
each,
horse
as

The
added. stake.

Welter
13st

Stakes,
7ft" each. conditions

sovs

ft,

40

sovs

Second
and

saved first
race.

his

Same

distance

Capt
Mr

Tomlin's

(h-b) aged, Cunningham's


13st

b g Buckjumper, by Freney, 43d 13st 4ft)" Capt Phillips,


...

br

The
...

Celt, (n-b) 5 yrs,


2
... ...

7ft)
"

Owner g
...

Col

Shirley's b
Owner Oakes's
"

Comrade,
...

(h-b)
...

13st

Tib0
...

Capt
"4ft)

b g b

Charley, (h-b) aged,


12th L
...

13st
0
...

Capt Maunsell,
m

Mr

Pedder's Mr Jenkins

Sinecure,
...

(h-b)
...

13st

4ft)

"

0
... ...

Capt Browne's chg bl g Sykes paid ft.


6 and
to

Double

Event

and

Mr

Bushe's

agst

Buckjumper,
Won

to

each

agst Celt

Comrade.

by

half

neck.
D

42

RACINO

CAL"in"AB,

Mr b
same

Boyse's b g Mayflv (owner) Ugly Buck (owner,) 25 sovs


course.

beat

Mr

Irwin's
over

each^

the

Plate

of the

SOY

each,

20

sovs

added,
last
two

for horses
months

bonajide
of

property

within lands
as

the within
1st

farmers Wt and

holding
for age,

the
;
a

Garrison
allowed

country.
to
mares

of

May
oi

Sib

geldings.
51b mile bl g 9ft
"

Winner Stakes

"50
to

steeple
second

chase horse. Mr
4

carried
One

extra.

went

the

and

half

heats.

Yourell's yrs, lOst

Red

Deer,
Miss
*"*

by
...

Sir

Qiles,
1.1
...

Owner f

Mr

Cosgrare's
ijoti
I

br

Rosanna,
...

yrs,
...

ID

""*

o^

Mr Mr

Murray's
Shell's b
...

gr
m

Maniac,

5 yrs,

list 4

7ft" yrs,

Young
...

Cruiskeen,
...

lOstQlb
Mr

dis
...

Slevin's 9st 7lb


Mr
...

br

Irish
...

Volunteer^
...

yrs, dis
...

Sherry's
The Oaks

b g

Durat,

yrs,

and

Mr

Lynch's

gr

paid.
Both
heats
won

easily.

FERMANAGH
APRIL

STEEPLE
14.
sovs

CHASES.

Sweepstakes
age
"

sovs

each, 25

added.

Wt

for

^three

llst81fo;
miles chase
across

four, lOst 12ft); five, yrs old, lOst; six and three aged, 12st 4ft). About
the

value

"50
to

of a steeple Winners country. 14ft) extra. to carry 7ft)"of "100, and

3ft) allowed

mares

geldings.

APBiL,

1851.

43

Mr

Nixon's Svrs
"

b M'Keon

Miss

Travers,
...

by Feramorz,
1

Mr

rhompson's Capt Shearman's (bolted)


"Tatt's

ch
ch
...

c m

Comeawaj,
Enniskillen
...

jrs,

2
...

Lass,
...

5 yrs,
0
...

Mr

b g Drone,
"yen

aged,
on

0
... ...

betting
Plate
"

Drone.

Fermanagh
2
sovs

Hunt 25
soys

Handicap
"

Sweepstakes
and
a

each,
"

added

one season

mile in

half

heats
or

^for horses

hunted

this of

Fermanagh,
residents.

bona

fide the property


b
"

Fermanagh

Mr

Irwin's
list 4ft)

Nanny, by Smallhopes, aged,


1
...
...

MrEvatt ch
m

1 2

Mr

Mansfield's

Mary- Anne, aged,


ch
m

12st

Capt
Mr

Shearman's
12st

Enniskillen
...

Lass,
dis
...

5yrs,

...

M'Elroy's
Mr

ch

g b
m

Master

Keon,
4

3 yrs,

Qst

dis Mr

McNeill's
b
m

Lilly,

yrs,

lOst, and lOst,

Nixon's

Miss
2

Travers,
to
a

3 yrs,

paid.

agst Nanny.
"

First

heat

won

by
1

length

second
5
sovs

by

two

lengths.
One

Sweepstakes
mile
Mr
ana
a

sov

each,
Catch

added.

half heats. b g

weights.
aged
1
...

Evatt's

Drone,
...

by Drone,
...

1
2

MrM^Elro/schg Mr Thompson's Mr Fagan's b g Mr Kavanagh's


Capt
First Shearman's

3
...

ch

g
...

2
...
...

0 0 0

0
... ...

b g

Bobby
b
m

0
... ...

Enniskillen
on a

Lass, paid.
second

6 heat
won

to

Drone.

by

half

length

"

easily.

44

RACING

CAIiENDAE,

IRISH

METROPOLITAN CHASES.

STEEPLE

(Mounts

Thunder
AFKIL

Course.)
21.

The added Winners


once

Kilrue
to
a

Cup
the

of

100

sovs

in

specie,
h

Handicap
from

Sweepstakes of .time of declaring


or more

10

sovs,

ft

the

weights
extra.
"

to

extra.

5ft), twice carry miles. Second Thwe


b g

7lb
saved

horse

his 6

stake.

Mr

Barry's
lOst 4ft
"

Carrig, by
...

Arthur,
...

yrs,
1
...

Debeaux
1 1st

Mr

Mr

Medora, aged, Adlington's ch m (including 5ft extra) ch m J. G. Murphy's 4 Lamienne,


...

81b
2
...

yrs,

lOst
...

IL)

...

...

...

t)

Mr

M^Daniel's
lOst 8ft
...

br

Miss
...

Stephens,
...

yrs,
0
...

Capt
Mr
Mr

Fanny 12st (including 5ft extra) b Sullivan's g Hoggerwolf, Tomlin's bg Buckjumper, (including 5ft extra)
m
.

Oakes's

br

Elssler,
...

aged,
0
...

5 yrs,

lOst list

9ft
3ft

aged,
...

0
...

Mr
Mr Mr

Burke's

ch ch
h

Novice,
Shinrone,
b g

King's
carried

aged, 9st l3ft aged, list


5 yrs,
...

0
...

0
...

Knaresbro's

Measham,
...

9st

8ft,
0
...

9st

10ft

Wigelsworth's b m Atalanta, 5 yrs, Marquess Conjmgham's b g Ganymede,


8st

Mr

9st

10ft

3 yrs, 0
...

12ft, carried
b
m

9st 2ft

...

Mr Mr

Roche's Jenkins's

Prairie
g

Bird,

yrs,

lOst

6ft
...

0 0

ch

BiUy, aged,
br
h

9st

1 1 ft

Capt

Seymour's

Dungar,

aged,

9st

9ft

46

RACING

CALENDAR,

and

Captain De "50, paid ft.


6
to

Montmorency's

b g

Paragon,

aged,

agst
Both

Archj,
heats
won

to

each

agst

Oaks

and

Luna.

by

two

lengths.
1 sov,
to

Selling Stakes
added,
list

"

Sweepstakes
each. 31b

p p, 10
mares

sovs

7lb

allowed

and miles.

geldings,
Winner Mr
to

with
be

selling allowances. sold by auction, "c.


m

Two

Emerson's 9st
lift)
"

gr Martin
br

Flight, by Arthur,
... ...

5 yrs,
1
...

Mr

Knaresbro's

Rough-and-ready,
aged,
lOst

aged,
1 lib 3 0

Mr Mr Mr
i-

Bowden's

ch ch
b g
"""

h
m

Sir Hercules,

Crawford's Slevin's
"

Marion,
the
"""

5 yrs,

lOst

8ft)

Tyrone
h

Second,
"""

6 yrs,

9st
"""

kO

\j

Mr b g and

Whyte's
Gaultier
Mr
;

ch
Mr

Switcher,
Coote's
g
br

5 yrs
m

Mr

Dobbyn's

Cassidy's gr
betting
winner
on

Wirrastrue,
Won for

Penelope, aged, 5 yrs, paid ft.


very
15s
"

Even The
went
to

Flight.
sold fund.

easily.
"16
15s

was

"36

the

racing

CURRAGH

APRIL
TUESDAY,

MEETING,
APRIL

1851.

22.

Scurry Stakes, Anglesey Post.


Capt
Oakes's
8st
"

sovs.

each, with

25

sovs.

added.

ch

Dolly's Brae,
...

by Gladiator,
1
... ...

4yrs,

Magee

APRIL,

1851.

47

Lord

Waterford's
lOlb

ch

by Birdcatcher,
... ...

Perdita,
2
...

3yrs, 7st Capt Lane's


Mr
8st 13!b

br

Baronet,
ch
m

Cunningham's
...

yrs, Miss

8st
...

Fortune,
...

aged,
0
...

...

Mr Mr Mr Mr
4

A.

Bond's gr

b f

Myrtilla, 4

yrs,

Sst

Tib
3

0
...

Irwin's

f ch

by Rust, L-on-mould,
f Dearest

Keegan's
Watts's
to

Mae,
yrs,
1

yrs,

yrs, Tst 6st 121b


...

0 0
0

br

Toy,
2

3
to

7st

3ft)

(light)
f.

agst Toy,
Won

agst Perdita
a

by
of
;
:

head. 100
Sst

Her three six Two Mr


Jo

Majesty's

Plate

gs.

Wt

for

age

"

yrs and

old, 6st 7lb

four,

9ft) ; five, 9st 3ft)


mares

aged, 9st

8ft)

3ft) to

and

geldings.

miles. Watts's
oiey b
c

Chatterbox,
*"* ...

by Magpie,
...

yrs

"

1
...

Mr Mr

Nolan's Connor's ras's

ch ch

h
c

Blucher,

6 yrs

2
... ...

by Harkaway,
...

Duch-an-dhur3
... ...

dam,

3 yrs b
c

Mr
O

Russell's
J^O

by King
...

Dan,
...

Switcher's
...

dam,
...

vf

Mr

Disney's
2 to 1

ch

Captain Grant,
br h 4 to 1

yrs,

0
...

Lord

Waterford's

Duch-an-dhurras,

6 yrs

agst Blucher,
other. Won

agst Duch-an-dhurras,
and

5 to

agst any

by

length
sovs

half.
for
now

Madrid old. stake. Mr

Stakes,

25

each,
Second

two

yrs
his

Rathbride

Post.

horse

saved

Denny's
x^ai^son

chc
"**

Roller,

by Birdcatcher,
... ...

7st

"

1
...

48

RACING

CALENDAB,

Lord Mr Lord
1

Waterford's Irwin's
b
c

ch f

Kick-up-the-dust, 7st 9ft"


Tst 9ft)
of
"""
...

2 3

Thunderbolt,
ch
"""

Waterford's
St
I

Marquess
"""

Carrabas,
"""U

It)

Mr

King's

by Tearaway,
Tst 9ft)
b
c
...

Rathmines'
...

dam,
0
...

Tst 6ft, carried


Mr Mr

Courtenay's
Dillon's Mr ch f

Lurcher,
van-

7st
...

0
...

Shanb
c

vocht,

7st

0
...

WiUiams'
f b f

Ireland's

Glory, Tst
;

6ft)
;

Sir Mr b
c

T.

Burke's

by Lanercost,
Wanton, 7st, paid.
ch Third
c

Camelia,
and Mr

Tst 7ft)

George's
Lord
Mr Watts's bf

Tst 3ft)

Irwin's

Edward,
Watts's
br
c

The of

Marquess,
Sst

Sst

12ft); Mr
Mr
c

May,

6ft) Sst

Mr

St.George's
Irwin's b

by Harkaway,
Monica,
Red and Mr

Waterwitch,
7st 9ft) ;
Lord
;

4ft) ;

Tribute, 7st
ranna,

10ft) ; Lord

Waterford's

by
ch
br

Corf

Waterford's
Mr b f Watts's

by

Corranna,
7st 6ft)
;
SOYS

Rose,

78t 6ft)

Toy,

Courtenay's

Coquette, 7st 3ft),

paid
2
to

5
to

ft.
each

agst

Roller

and

Thunderbolt,
and

1 each

agst Kick-up-the-dust
Won

Marquess

of

Carrabas. very
5

easily.
ft, with
from the 25
sovs

Sweepstakes
from the Club

15 and

sovs,

added Fund.

25

sovs

Trainers'

Waterford
Mr

Post.
b
"

Wynne's
4 yrs,

Remunerator,
J.

by Retriever,
1
... ...

7st 7ft)
br

Doyle
Countess,
br
c

Mr Mr Mr

Watts's
R.

f The

3 yrs,
4

6st

1 lib

2 3 0

Newcomen's
b

St. John,

yrs,

7st 9ft) 78t 1 1ft)

WiUiams's

g Chief

Baron,

5 yrs,

APRIL,

1851.

49

Lord

Waterford's
3

ch

by Birdcatcber,
... ...

out

of
0
...

Perdita,
Mr Nolan's

yrs, bl c
"""

7st 4ft)

by Tearaway,
"""

dam
"""

by Byron,
0
*".

3yrs,6st9ft"
Mr 9ft)
;

Watts's Mr

The

Earl
b
m

of

Warwick,

yrs,

Sst

Lethargy, aged, fst 9ft) ; Mr J. Murphy's ch f by Tearaway, Zulima, 4 yrs, ch f Chaseaway, Watts's 7st 4ft) ; Mr 3 yrs, Tst 1ft) ; Waterford's Lord b c by Corranna, 3 yrs, Monica, L. Keegan's b c 3 yrs, 6st 13ft) ; Mr Johnstown, Lord Waterford's 6st 9ft) ; and ch c The Marquess
T. Harrison's of

Carrabas,
Lord

3 yrs,

6st 6ft), paid 5


b h ch

sovs

ft.

Waterford's
Mr and

Duch-an-dhurras,
c

6 yrs,
4

9st
Sst 4

4ft) ;

Disney's
Mr W.
2
on sovs

Captain Grant,
ch
c

yrs,

6ft)

Wallace's
ft.

Little

Greorge,
lan's agst No-

yrs, Even

8st,

paid

betting
4
to

the

Countess,

to

colt,

agst Eemunerator.

Won

by

half

length.
23.

WEDNESDAY,

Wellington
Old Mr Course. Watts's
8st
"

Stakes,

30

sovs,

ft.

Three

Year

Chatterbox,
...

by Magpie,
...

Foley
chh chh ch
c

yrs, walked over

Mr Mr

Lrwin's

BaUiiiafad, aged,
f

Sst Sst

13ft)

(dead ;)
Mr

Murphy's
ch

Waterford's
Lnvin's Waterford's

Dough, Modesty,
Bullion,
4

6 yrs,
4 4

12ft) ; Lord 2ft) ;


;

yrs, yrs,

7st

Lidependence,
b
c

7st 2ft)
;

Xord J.

yrs, yrs,

7st

and

Mr

Bond's

Larry's-the-lad,4

7st, paid h ft.

50

RACING

CALENDAR,

Mr Mr Lord

Watte's

b b
c

Earl

of Warwick,

4 yra,

Tst 12""
and

Eeary's paid

Water"rd'^
5'8oys

Conveyor, 4 yrs, fst 8ft" ; cb f Hlck-uprtibe-dust, 3


ft.
THUBSDAT,

yrs,

6st Sfby

24. of 100. g3

Her Three 13tt" allowed Mr


3
;

Mfyesty^s
yrs six
to

Plate

"br
4ft"

horses, "c.
;

old,
and
mares
c

73t

lib;
lOst

four,.9st
4tt", Red

fiye

9st
31b

aged
and The

Post.

gelding^. Marquess^ by-Bitdtotch^,


1
"".
"""

Wattfl'^ch:
3nre
"

Ji

Wynne
ch h b

#""

Mr Mr

Nolan's

Bluohery
c

6 yrs
late

2
...
...

Sherlock7s
3

Bodolph,
...

Duke
.."

lington, of Wel3
...

yrs
b
c

Mr Mr

twin's

Thunderbolt,
c

3 yra
4

' ...

4 0
...

Wynne's
7
to

Bemunerator,

yrs

on

The
Won

5 to 2" agst Blucher. Marquess, by Uiree lengths.


sovs,

Sweepstakes
20
sovs

10 from

ft,for three
Peel

jts
to

old, with
run one

added
a

the
on

Trainers' the

Fund,
Course.

mile
Lord

and

distance

Waterford's of

chf
7st
41b-"

Kiok-up"tfae-ditst, by
Robinson
...

Star
Mr Mr Mr

Erin,
br
c

1 2
... ...

Quin's
Lrwin's

Whiff,

6st

101b. lOib
...

Clancy's
mould,

b f gr

Kindle-the-wisp, Gst f by Tearaway, out


... ...

of

Iron0
...

7st 21b ch
c

Mr

Harrison's Lord

Waterford's

by Magpie, 6st 71b of ch c Marquess

0
...

Carrabas,

7st9lb,
2 4
to to

paid
1

ft.

Kick-up-the-dust and Whiff, by half a length. agst Kindle-the-wisp. Won


each

agst

afbh^

1851.

51

Selling
25 41b
SOYS

Stakes"

Sweepstakes
for
all ages"
4tt" ;

soys

each, with
yrs
;

added, four,
8st 5tt".

three Bat
a

old,
six
on

Gst
and the be 150

fiYe,
mile

13ib

aged, 9st
Peel sold
SOYS,

One
All

and

quarter

Course. for 200


to
soys

horses
if

starting subject to entering to be sold for


;

be

allowed

5tt"

if for IOOsoys,

9tt"

if for

50 Mr

SOYS,

14ib*
c

Murphj's ch 4jr8,7Bt91b
Waterford's

Louis

Philippe^ by Mayboj,
I
... ... ...

"

'Magee
ch
c

Lord

Marquess
...

of
...

Caxrabas,
2
...

3jrs,5st91b
Mr Mr Mr Mr
3

J. Walsh's Williamson's

b g b ch
m

CJhief Baron,
c

Kennedy's
L:win's
to

CouYcyor, Peg-the-rake, 5
Nono,

5 yrs, 7st 13ib 4 yrs, Tst 4ft"

3 4 0 0

ch each

g Pio

yrs, Tst 1 31b 4 yrs, 7st 4tt"


...

Marquess

agst ConYeyor, ELick-up-the-4ust, of Carrabas, Louis and Philippe.


Won

by

half

length.
25.

FBIBA7,

Her for age

Majesty's
"

Plate

of

100

gs.

for

mares.

Wt
;

three
3tt" ;

fiYe, 9st
Lord

yrs six and

old, 6st 7ft) ;

four, Sfit 91b


Two miles.

aged, 9st
f
"

8ft".

Waterford's
of

ch
3

Star
Mr Mr Mr

Erin,

yrs

Eick-up-the-dust, by ^D. Doyle


... ...

1 2

Watts's

b f The gr
m

Countess,
f

3 yrs

...

Courtenay's
A.

Bond's Oakes's

b ch ch

Caprice, 4 yrs Myrtilla, by Simoom,

3
...

yrs
...

0 0

Capt
Mr
O

Dolly's Brae,

yrs

Eeegan's
VJTo

f Dearest
... ...

Mae, by Birdcatcher,
...

...w

52

RACING

CAUSNDAR,

Mr
O

Clancy's
yxo

b f
"""

Kindle-the-wisp, by Fitzroy,
""" """
"""

\f

6
dust.

to

on

The

Countess,
Won

5 to

agst Kick-up-the-

by half
of 25 Madrid
sovs

length.
Stakes

Second three Course. Lord yrs

Class

(renewed)
Rathbride his

for

old,
The

each,
saved

li5 ft.

second b
c

horse

stake.

Waterford's
"

by
...

Corranna,
...

Monica,
1
...

7st 81fo
Mr Mr Lord
8st

Robinson ch ch
c c

Denny's
Watts's

Roller, 7st 91b


The ch f

2
...
...

Marquess,

9st

0
...

Waterford's
4tb
...

by Biixlcatcher, Perdita,
0
... ... ...

Sir

T.
oSt

Burke's
^lt"

b f
...

by Harkaway,
...

dam
...

by Rust,
"*"

Mr
Mr

Farrer^s Irwin's Mr
b

bl

Tancred,

7st 91b

0
. . . ...

f Tribute, f

7st 5ft)
8st 2ft) ;

0
...
...

King's ch Chaseaway, 7st


7st Duke
12ft) ;

Unity,
;

Mr
b
c

Watts's

ch

13ft)

Mr

Irwin's be
;

Thunderbolt,

MrT.

Sherlock's

Rodolph
Mr Nolan's

(late the
bl
c

of

Wellington,)

7st 8ft)

by
c

dam by Byron, Tearaway, 7st 4ft) ch c by Dr Woods, Louisa's dam, by ApoUo, ch f Shan-van-

7st 7ft) ; Mr
;

Wallace's ch

Mr

O.

Cummins's
;

7st 4tt)
;

Mr
br
;

Dillon^'s
c

vocht, 7st 1ft)


b
c c

Mr

Quin's
78t Hecate,

Whiff,
Mr

7st

Mr

Irwin's ch

Lord

Edward,

and

Coatsworth's 15
sovs

by

Emilius,

7st, paid

ft.

Lord

Waterford's
Burke's ch
c

ch f f

Kick-up-the-dust, 7st

8ft) ;

Sir Thomas Waterford's

by Lanercost, 7st 7ft) ; Lord of Carrabas, 7st 7lb Marquess

54

BACING

CALENDAR,

CROOME
APRIL

RACES.
22.
sovs
a

Stakes
1 1st

sov

each,
Mile

20

added,
half heats.

for

all horses..

71b each.

and

Mr

Hartigan's
5 yrs
"

b g Steam
...

Engine, by Priam,
1
... ...

J. O'Brien

1
2

Mr Itfr Mr Mr Mr

Doherty's
Quinlan's
b

Sultan
...

0
...

Fosberry's Eyre's ch
Reardon's

b g
m

Fanny Wynn, Escape, aged


5 yrs, Mr

5 yrs

30
...

2
...

Luna,

Ivers's and
were

Dolly,

Mountain

b g Trab Trab, Maid idso started but A

Mr
not

Sparlings
placed.

good

race.

"5 Mr

for

all

horses, catch
Fedamore
Lass.

weights,

was

won

by

O'Brien's

ARKLOW
APRIL

RACES.
22.

"10 Mr Mr

for county
b g bl g

of

Wicklow
4

half-bred

horses.
1 2
...

Clements's

Isaac,

yrs

"

^Mr Anderson

1 2 3
4

Whaley's
Aqton's

Cockfighter,6yrs
... ...

MrHanlon'sbm
...

Mr

Cobbler
... ...
...

Won

easily.
AT FAIRY-HOUSE.
23.
1
soy

STEEPLE

CHASE
APRIL

Handicap Sweepstakes
Three

each, 30

sovs

added.

miles.
ch

Mr

Murphy's

gby Slinge,4

yrs,

1 2st

"

Own^r

}
APRIL,

1861.

55

Mr Mr Mr

P.

Farrell's gr
gr g

Seagull,5
lOst

yrs,

12st 4ft)

2
...

Mangan's
Walsh's The

Leapaway,

b g Toes,

6 yrs, 1 1st 4ifo 7ib


...

3
...

4
..

followingalso started, but


b
m

were

notplaced
ch
m

"

"

Mr

Lawler*s

Kate, 6 yrs, 1 2st 7ft) ; Mr


1 1st

Gibneys
g

b g Backbiter,

10ft)

Mr

Pagan's
ch
h

rock, Sham-

aged,
aged,
list

1 1st 4ft) ; Mr

T. Farrell's

br

Fenella,
and

4ft); Mr

Johnston's

Bonti-bok,

5 yrs, lOst; Mr Mr Mangan' b

Mangan's bgPotteen,
m

13st4ft);

Sleet, ISst
Won

2ft).

cleverly.
CHASES.
23.
20
sovs

CLONES

STEEPLE
APRIL

Sweepstakes
mile Mr heats.

soys

each,

added.

Two

Knight's bg Spider, aged, list Mr Evatt'sbg Drone, aged, list ch m Enniskillen Lass, Capt Shearman's
... ...

2 1

1 2

1
2

5 yrs, lOst 4ft) B. Thompson's Mr

...

...

dis
...

(jun) grm
... ...

Graceful,
dis
...

6yrs,10st4ft)
Mr

Tyirell'sb Sweepstakes
heats.

Linnet, 5 yrs, lOst


1
sov

4ft)

dis

each,

10

sovs

added.

Two

mile Mr Mr Mr

5 yrs, TyrreU's b m Linnet, by Slinge, Boyle's b m Jenny Lind, lOst 4tt) B. Thompson's 2 ch c Comeaway,

1 1 st
...

1 2

1 2

yrs, dis
...

7st lift)

...

...

...

Capt

Shearman's

ch

m
...

Enniskillen
...

Lass,
dis
...

5 yrs, 10st4ft) Mr Golden Dawkins's

Drop,

list
...

dis

Won

easily.

3")

WESTMSLATa

STEEPLE

CHASES.

iniiiirlfc TTiwtifip T^ ^liaet


v""i

Sveepstakes,
a

8ovb

^^
"^

of anoBd

atteepk
51k

diaae

after

^"

cxtn.

Three

Ifxrakr
(:aiBC

ck

Tamil Xc^e

"w^

bj Bird1
...

4^'i:^71b"
^

Xr

Bkcy
Tinf

Ge%.

6 jts"
"""

10"

91b
""-

(indad2
...

Tiit

d2r"(

X:ri".^ivr"^mT3iB^5"
Xt

aged,
jts.

list
...

0
...

3^cT"t*"
Kmu"
"

LookTs

IObL

41b
...

O O

X-"Ci:iL*nr5^f )e Mr Mr
H

Soaazixibased,
"r s

IQsl^
lOat

F^epbig

torn,
4

4a"
...
...

O 0

KftTTvir Wjftjw
'"^"C

^
"

^^

Spa^
^""
"""

jTs"

lOst

v*^^^ "^"
"""

Whitefoot"
.."

aged"
...

\J

^*t*6 ".vT*

"""

"""

"""

"""

1/

,^3lfW".

*"*

"""

...

"""

vCIcvis^
4
XT:?;

paid
and

fk

"

Captain Oakes's
M^^DonndPs
b ch
m m

br

; Mr ^\9Vjt;T tSbjIffC 9^""d

Miss
The

^i^^^^Mli^

Mr

M^Etoj's
2

1^ ^"
"^^

4 w$t

OtfTij^

to

agst Lamienne,

5 to

Mott^"rk$.
W\"

Qfev"d]r bf tluoelai^tfas.
20
soys

380Tseach" "Mli"^ ^i"N?potak"gw


Ikw*w t^K^^^^W C"n7tt^
list

added,
winner

7i" each.

The

APRIL,

1851.

57

to

be

sold

for

"80.

K
14ib
on

entered
;

to

be

sold
;

for "70,
28ft).

aUowed

7ft) ;
winner saved
to

"60,
be

"50,
the mile

21ft)

"40,

The horse Mr

sold

usual

terms

Second

his

stake.
m

Two

heats.

O'Reilly'sgr

Flavelle, by Tyrant,
3 12
11
"

Mr Mr

Mr

Owner lOst 2ft) aged, lOst, carried Repealer, 6 yrs,9st 7ft) Mooney'sgrg De Blaquiere's b g Farmer, aged, First 7ft) 9st heat, Thompson; and second third, M*Lory, (fell) ried Wyre's b m "Pride, aged, lOsI^ car"

lOst

7ft)
br

0
""" """ """

dis

Mr

Langan's
carried lOst

Gamester,
...

9st 7ft)j
0
...

dis

Mr

Sherry's gr 7ft), (feU)


Rogers's
Irwin's
b

Ploughboy,
... ...

5 yrs,

lOst dis
...

Mr Mr Mr Mr

gr
g

The

Oaks,

yrs,

lOst
...

dis

Messenger,
m m

9st

7ft)

dis dis dis threw his

Maginn's b Tyrrell's b
First heat
"

Clonmel

Lass, 9st 7ft)


4

Phoenix,

yrs, 9st

7ft)

^Won fourth third


was

cleverly. Ploughboy
fence.
heats
won

rider

at

the

Second
The for

and

easily.
auction, and
race

winner

put up
went to

to

purchased

"75
Hack

"

"25

the

fund.

Stakes,
and sold

10

mile

heats.

Catch for

auction
race

One shillings each, "6 added. Winner to be put to weights. "25 surplus to go to the ; any

fund. J.

Mr

G.

Murphy's
"

Chatelaine,
...

by
1
...

Mr Mr

Derby, 4 yrs Cregan's b


Wilson's b

Clarke

1 2 0

m m

Little Gin

Queen,

5 yrs
*...

0
...

Twist

...2

58

RACING

CALBSVAn,

Six Both
and

others heats
won

started, but

were

not

placed.
was

easily.
for "34

The
"

winner

pat
the
race

up

sold

by

auction

"9

went

to

fund.
aprHi

293
soys

Handicap
added

Stakes,
his
gr yrs,

each,
of

ft, 30

sovb

by
saved

the

inhabitants
stake.
m

Mullingar.
mile heats. Bu-d1
...

Second

horse
3Mr

Two

Rogers's
catcher,
5

The lOst

Oaks,
4ib
"

by

^Martin 51b

0 2 10

Mr

Smartt'sbg Prosperity, 4 yrs,10st


RaUy's
Barron's
b g

MrMooney'sbmTidings,aged,10stl2ft)0
Mr Mr

ch

Sportsman, h Sh^nrone,

8st

12ft)
...

3
0

dr dr

6 yrs,
5

list yrs,

^ ia'J^I^'''" S lOst

Hoggerwolf,
..,

4ft)
"

3 0

^''^^^J^'sbgMrBriggs,"lOst
Mr

Sr

Roche's
iUSt

Prairie
^^^

Bird,

yrs,
A\a

mMr
J"lr

*g"i lost S^^'* *'^ ^*"^"="'


"*

Z
lOst

dis dis

""K ' %J^ ^^P^g


b
"^
m

Tom,
8st

Robinson's

Minette,

121b
...

dis

roWTid,^i

\J^^ ^;,

"gs*

The

Oaks,

Shin-

lengths"

thLd

by

a^le^lengths"

second

by

two

^"''er

to

be

sSn"^'?^STy'*"^ft*each.
*w.

The
be sold

If entered

to

APML,

1851.

59

for

"50,
mile

aUowed

7ft);
Second

"40,
horse

14ft);
saved

"30,
his

21ft);
stake.

"20,
Two Mr

28ft).

heats.
br

Canayan's 7ib
"

g
...

Defence,
...

aged,
6 yrs,

lOst
...Oil

Owner
gr g
...

Mr
I

Mooneyes
ID
...

Repealer,
...

9st
i
...

LA

Mr
4

Toole's yrs,

Pay-no-Man
...

(late Moses,)
dis
...
...

lOst

Mr

Fitzgerald's b
First
heat
won

Gin
a

Twist,
canter
"

9st 7ft)
second

dis

in
a

by

half

length

third
"

by

length.

KILMALLOCK

STEEPLE
28.

CHASES.

AFRIIi

Sweepstakes
horses,
Mr list

sov

each,

20

sovs

added,

for

all

each, with
b g

sellingallowances.

Hartigan's
5 yrs" J.

Steam

Engine, by Priam,
1
... ...

O'Brien
bm

1 2 3

Mr Mr Mr Donna
were

Quinlan's
Laffan's

Fanny
Gamecock,
Minstrel Mr

Wynn,
6 yrs

aged

2
...

bg

3
...

Massey's
Julia, and
not

Boy, Mr Ryan's Molly

G. also

Massey's
started but

placed.
"10 for Farmers' 6 horses.
1
...

Mr Mr Mr

LafiTan's O'Brien's Browne's

bg
ch

Gamecock,
m

Fedamore

yrs Lass
...

1
2

2
...

Seraglio

3
...

60

RACING

CALENDAR,

MAY.

ASHBOURNE

STEEPLE
5.

CHASES.

MAT

The
30 3
SOYS,
sovs

Dublin with

Car-owners'
30
sovs

added for

Challenge Cup, value to a Sweepstakes of


"

7)fo
list

Wt each, p p. four, lOst 41b ; 7tt)


:

age

^three
;

yrs
six

old,
and

9st

five, 1 1st 21b


and

aged,
31b
:

mares

geldings
51b.

allowed

maiden twelve
race

horses months value "30 ch

allowed of
to
m

Winners of

within of
a

the

day
51b

challenging
Three

carry

extra.

miles.

Mr

Barron's list

91b

by Harkaway, (including 5ft) extra) Wynne


"

Luna,

aged,
1
...

Mr

E. J. Loin's
OSb 1 Oil)
...

Lord
...

Edward,
...

yrs,

(m)
""*

At

Mr Mr

Tyrrell'sb
Connor's gr

m m

Linnet,
The

6 yrs,

list

4ft)
...

Oaks,
fell

yrs,
...

list

91b
0
...

(including 51b extra,)


Mr

Sherry's
( 1611 )

gr
...

Ploughboy,
...

yrs,
...

list

4ft"
...

\j

Mr Mr

Kelly's Wyle's
10ft) Burke's Bernard's Shell's 9st lOft)

gr

Young

Miller

5 yrs,
4

lOst

Sib

br

g Lrish
...

Volunteer,
...

yrs,
...

(m)

9st
0
...

(feU)
br
b b
m

Mr Mr
Mr

Revenge, aged, lOst g Paragon, aged, (m) Cruiskeen, 4 Young


...
...

131b
...

0 131b
0

lOst

yrs,

(m)
0
...

...

Won

easily.
Isov,
and p
a

Selling
added
"

Stakes
"

Sweepstakes
One mile

p,

15

sovs

list

each.

half

heats.

62

BACIKG

CAItEKBABy

Mr

M'Neile's

Clandeboy, aged
ch
m

"

^Owner
...

Capt
J36LL

Thompson's
...

G^eUe,
"".

6 yrS""
...

Capt
2
...

Mr

Montgomery's
Mr Ejarle
...

br

Twice^a-week,
... "".

aged"
...

Mr

Sidebottom's
Cuesver
...

b g

Frestidigiteiir ^Mr
"

CM0
...

...

...

Mr

ch Inglis's

Annie,
Giraffe

5 yrs

"

Capt

Johnson

Capt Johnson's
Won

paid.
a

by

half
sovs

length.
Catch

Stakes,

sov

each, 5
One

added. and
a

weights.

mile

half.

Mr

Sullivan's

g
...

Hoggerwolf,
...

by Windfsdl
"""

"

Lynch
Mr Mr Mr

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wylie's br
Noonan's b bl

g
m

Irish

Volunteer,

4 yrs

O'Neil's Crawford's Coote's

Linnet, 5 yrs The Dove, 6 yrs


m

Mr
Mr Mr Mr

ch
m

May
m

Girl

bl

Penelope
ch Annie Tiflfan

O'Loughlin's
Fallon's
b g Won

by

half

length.

MEATH

HUNT
MAY

STEEPLE
5. added
to
or

CHASES.

The

Meath
sovs

Hunt

of

each, p p.
with
the

Cup, Open
Meath

all

Sweepstakes horses regularly


to

hunted ridden pay horses


or

Bellinter
or
:

hounds^"
on

by
on

members

of these
staff.
I2st

hunts,
each and

officers

fiill

the
extra.

thorough-bred
a

5Yb

Three

miles

half.

MAY,

1851.

63

Mr
Mr Mr

O'Callaghan'sb 12st Sfb) (carried


"

Nabocklish, by Ratio,
... ...

Owner
"

1 2

Preston's Roche's
vywuer

eh g Autumn ch g Dasher,
... """

Mr

Jenkins
128t 71b
... "

...

carried

...")
...

Mr

M^Evoj'schg
Won The Farmers'
of 1
SOY

Reckless

"

Owner
two
sovs,

cleverly by
Plate

lengths.
added
to

of 20

stakes Sweep-

each, for horses the

honafideproperty

of farmers
and 15 that
sovs.

residingwithin the hunting districts, chase of the value of a steeple never won
Wt

for age:
sovs

31b

allowed

to

mares

and

geldings; thorough-bred horses


horse heats. Mr

51fo extra.

Second Two
mile

received 5
b

winner. fron^the

Blake's 91b
"

WHd
...

Girl,
...

4 yrs,

lOst ...Oil
2 3 2

Cusack

2 MrNewnan'schgStorm,5yrs, llstTib 1 MrSheridan'sbmWelfare,4yrs,108t9ft) Mr Miss b m Hiirvey's Lizzy, 4 yrs,

lOstDib
Mr

...

...

...3 5 yrs,
...0 0

Harman's
list 71b

gr

m
...

Jenny Lind,
...

MrLaughnan'sgr m Hail, aged,12st 51b Mr Manning's chg Sarsfield, 4yrs, lOst


9ft"
... ... ... ...

dr

0 0

dr dr

MrSeery'sbrg Admiral,
WHITEFIELD

5 yrs, list 7ft)

(Co. Kilkenny)
CHASES.
MAY

STEEPLE

7.
sovs

5 Sweepstakes,

sovs

each, p p, 25

added.-"

64

RACING

CALENDAR,

1 2st each.
to

Winner

of

steeple chase

value

50

sovs

Tib extra 12ft) ; if more, two, ; of carry and half-bred 3tt" : geldings allowed mares
allowed 5tt). Three b g
"

15ft) horses

miles.

Lord

Drogheda's
list

Westmeath,

by Blackfoot,
1
... ...

aged,
Mr I^lr R. Mr

6ft)
b g

BMide's

Capt Phillips by Freney, aged,


...

list

6fb

"

Bernard
... ...

J. Power's

pyre,) aged,
Lord
"

b g Mountain-dew ^Mr Boyce list 6ft)


"

(lateVam3
...

Waterford's ^Mr

ch

Glenbower,
... ...

aged,

12st 4
...

1ft) Mr

Fitzgerald M*CreithJs br m Revoke,


...

aged,
...

1 1st 6ft)
"

Mr

(fell) br g Cunningham's 6ft) Owner (fell)


"

Owner

0
...

The
...

Celt, 5 yrs,
...

list

0
...

Mr Mr Lord

Walsh's

b g
...

The

Dentist, 5 yrs,
... ...

1 1st 6Yb" 0
...

Mr

Tip-the-glimmer, aged, llst6ft)" Mr Swift (fell) Shea's 6 yrs, list 6ft) chg Champion, Owner (fell)
m
... ...
"

Kelly ch Carlingford's

...

...

...

Won

cleverly by
5
sovs

two

lengths.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
each horses miles. Mr
;
mares

each,

15'

added.

14st

and

geldings
51b.

allowed

3ft" ; half-bred

allowed

Gentlemen

riders.

Three

Molyneux's
Mr Pollard

b g
...

Valentine,
...

aged,
...

138t

9ft)
"

1
...

Lord Mr Mr Mr

J. Butler's
R.

ch

Freebooter,
... ...

13st

6ft)
"

Bernard
...

Kellett's B. Lowe

ch g The

Tanner,
...

aged,
...

13st

6ft)"
3
...

MAY,

1851.

65

Mr

Cunningham's br h The 9ft)_Capt PhiUips (feU)


Won

Gelt,
...

yrs,

13st
0
...

by

length.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
Conditions
Lord
same

5
as

sovs

each, p p, 20
race.

added*

"

^'st

Three

miles.

Waterford's
12st b

b
"

aged,
Mr

71b
g

g The J. Eyan

Hero,

by Welcome,
1
... ...

by Freney, aged, 1 1st 6ft" Mx ch m Bed Holdsworth's Rose, aged, 1 1st 6lb Mr Lane's b m Betsy Prig, aged, 126t 41b Capt Hayes's gr m Flighty aged, 1 1st 1 lib Mr Cunningham's chg Heirloom, 6 yrs, llst6ib Mr M*Creight's b g Jerry, aged, list lift) Mr Kenny's gr g Spring Jack, list 6ft" 6ft) list Unexpected, MrDobbyu's bg The Capt Polhill's gr m Chance, aged, list 6ft)
... ... ... ... ... ...

Reade's

2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mr

Boche's
Even

b g

Carrick, 6 yrs,

1 1st 6ft)
...

betting between
field. Welter
3ifo

Betsy Prig
in
a

and

The

Hero

and

the

Won

canter.
sovs

Great
ISsteach:

Stakes, 5
allowed allowed

each, 15
mares

sovs

added.

to

and

geldings;
riders.

half-bred
Three Lord

horses

5ft).

Gentlemen

miles. J. Butler's Owner


... ... ...
"

ch

Freebooter,

by

Rob

Roy,
1 2 3

17st 6ft)
Mr
Mr

Bryan's
Kellett's

gr g br h

Blueskin,

I7st 6ft)" Owner 17st


9ft)" Owner 17st 6ft)
"

Mayboy,
g

Mr

Smithwick's

br
...

Sampson,
...

^Mr
0
...

Magrane
Mr

...

Prendergast's br
Cronin
...

Woodman,
...

l7st 6ft)
"

^Mr 0
...

...

Won

by

two

lengths.
F

66

BACINO

CAI^NBAS,

Farmers'

Sweepstakes,
and
a

soy

each,

15

sovs

added.

One
Mr

mile

half heats.
m

Fitzgerald'sch
lOst

Waterhen,
...

6 yrs,
...2 11

6ib"

Walsh b
m

'

Mr

Power's
lOst 13ib

Touch-and-go,
... ...

aged,
1
...

Mr

O'Flynn's
lOst

b g Mark
...'

Tapley,
...

6 yrs,
3
...

6lb

dis

Mr

M.

Hogan's
ch g
m

ch
...

Holy Tom,
...

5 yrs, dis
...

9st lOlb
Mr Mr Mr Dunne's

Violet, aged, lOst


5 yrs, 9st

6ifo
lOIfo

dis dis

Kelly's b
Devine's

Highlander, bg Young
...

Clune,
...

aged,
dis
...

llstGlb
Mr Power^s 12st Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr
21b
...

Maid

of

Clonmel,
...

aged,
dis
...

Ryan's
Mullen's

by
ch g g

De

Vere,
4

yrs, 8st
yrs

6ft)
...

dis dis dis

Firefly,4

Doyle's
Flinn's

Lancer,

yrs
4 yrs

...

b g Blanchfield's
b
won m

Horney
br g Maid

Jack,
of
"

dis
...

Vampyre,
Rome,
second

yrs

dis dis third heats

Lyons's
First
heat

5 yrs and

cleverly

won

easily.

KILCOCK
MAT

RACES. 26.
p p,
20
sovs

'SellingStakes,
for age six, and
"

sovs,

added.
lOst
a

Wt

three

yrs

old, 9st;
One

four,
mile

2ft) ;

five,
sold
sovs.

aged,
sovs

1 1 st 1 2ft).

and

half heats,
to

flat

course.

All
:

horses if entered

entering subject
to

be

for

100

be

sold

for

70

MAT,

1851.

67

allowed
21tt"
:

7ft); 50sov8,10ib;
3ft" allowed his stake. b f
4
to
mares

308OV8,14ft);
and

20sov8, Second

geldings.
of Bin-

his Mr

saved

Nolan's
Cher's

by Tearaway,

out

Mr Mr Mr Mr

yrs, 98t 13ft)" LiUy The Connor's Oaks, 6 yrs, 1 1st 2ft) grm Irwin's ch f The 3 yrs, 7st 4ft) Abbess,

dam,

Doyle's
Shell's
4/91/ OUD

b h
b
...

Bed

Knight, 5 yrs, Young Cruiskeen,


... """

1 Ist 2ft) 4

yrs,
"""

Mr 5 Oaks

Harvey's
to

Lizzy,

4 yrs,

9st

6ft)
...

agst
Red

The

Abbess,

3 to

1 each

agst

The
even

and

Knight.
by
three

After

the

first

heat,

betting.
First
a

heat

won

lengths

"

second

by

half

neck.

Sweepstakes
weights.
Mr Irwin's
4 yrs
"

sov

each,

sovs

added.

Catch

One
ch

mile, flat
c

course.

Independence,
...

by
...

Retriever,
1
...

Broderick
... ...

Mr Mr Mr Mr

Boylan's br g Baronet, 4 yrs Doyle's ch c Surprise, 4 yrs Blake's ch m Magnet, aged Harvey's b m Lizzy, 4 yrs
3
to
a

2 3
... ...

0
... ... ... """

agst Baronet.
between the 2d and 3d.

Won

by

head

"

length
MAT

27.
p p, 20
;
sovs

Sweepstakes,
age
"

2 sovs,

added.

Wt
4ft)
;

for

^three
2ft) ;

1 1st
mares

yrs old, 9st 3ft) six and aged, 1 1st

four, lOst
7ft) :
3ft)

five,
to

allowed

and

geldings.

Three

miles, steeple chase

68

RACING

CALENBABy

course.

Maiden
SOYS

horses anj
one

allowed time

51b.
;

winner 20
sovs

of
or

30

at

7tt" extra

of

under

only

3ft) extra.

Mr

Connor's
yrs, F. Martin

gr list

The

Oaks,

by Birdcatcher,
"

lift)
...

(including 7ft) extra)


1
... ... ...

Mr

Blake's

Wild

Girl,
...

yrs,
...

lOst

4ft)
2
...

(including 3ft) extra)


Mr Mr Irwin's b

Doyle's (including 3ft:)extra)


Martin's
OlD
...

Edward, g Lord chm Harmony,


...

3 yrs,

(m)

8st9ft)

yrs,
...

list

7ft)
0
...

Mr

m
.."

Bed

Norah,
"""

5 yrs,
...

(m)

lOst
9 99

\J

Mr

Slevin's 6 yrs,

ch

Sister
13ft)
...

to

Johnny
...

Oakes,
0
...

(m)
ch

lOst
m

Mr Mr

Carter's

Prim,
m

Kennedy's Sharkey's
3
to

b gr

Ehnina,

(m) lOst 13ft) yrs, 5 yrs, (m) lOst 8ft)


...

0 0

Mr

Gridiron, 6 yrs
Oaks.
2

pd

on

The

"Won

by
p p,

three
20

lengths.
sovs

Corinthian
Wt for age
"

Stakes,
^three yrs six and

sovs,

added.

old, lOst;

four,
One

list mile

4ft);
and

five, list
a

12ft) ;

aged,
Mares

12st.

half heats, flat Bidden

course.

and

geldings allowed
established The Hunt of winner
;

3ft).
or

by

Members

of any

any
SOYS

qualifiedas for the Corinthians. to 30 sovs amounting race or upwards 10ft) extra.
Newcomen'sbrc
4

7ft) extra

of 50

Mr

yrs,

12st

by Magpie, (including 10ft) extra)


"

St John,

Mr Mr

Kennedy
Boche's
b
m

"""
... ...

Prairie

Bird,

yrs,
1
...

llst9ft"rr-MrO'Callaghan

70

EACING

CALENDAR,

Mr

Dennis's
1 1 St oiD

br g The
"""

Warden
"""

of

Galway,
"""

yrs,
"""

i/

Mr

Butledge's Granuaile,

4 yrs, 10

lOst

7ft)
...

Sweepstakes,
each. Mr

sovs a

each,
half

sovs]added.

lOst

One Sadler's

mile ch

and g

heats.

Fox,
...

by Smallhopes,
...13
...

5 yrs Mr

"

^Kelly

1 2 1 2 2 0

Faulkner's

Miss
...

Moore
...

...

MrMoore'schg
Mr Sir St

...0
...

George's
heat

Hugh
First

Modesty and gr m fell in the first heat and were


won

Mr

Bodkin's killed.

easily
"

second

by

neck

"

third

by

two

lengths.

CURRAGH

JUNE

MEETING,
JUNE

1851.

TUESDAY,

24.

Scurry Stakes, Anglesey Post.


Mr Williams's ch

sovs.

each, with

25

sovs

added.

f All's-lost-now
3
...

(lateDearest
6st
...

Mae,)
jQLee^an

by

Birdcatcher,
...

yrs,

12ib"

E.
.a*^

Mr
Mr

Farrer's

bl

Tancred,

3 yrs,

7st 7ft)
...

^ 3
...

Watts's

brf

Toy,
b

3 yrs,
c

7st 6ft)

Lord

Waterford's 78t
10ft)

by Corranna,
... ...

Monica,
0
...

3 yrs,

Mr

Boylan's
Burke's Clarke's
Nunn's

br

St John,
c

4 2

yrs,

8st

2ft)
... ...

0 0 0
...

Sir T.
Mr Mr

yrs, 5st 12ft) b f Isabelle, 4 yrs, 7st 7ft)


b

Bewick,

by Lanercost, out of Prior of St Margaret's dam, 3 yrs, 7st 5ft),carried 7st 7ft)
b f

JUNE,

1861.

71

Mr

Clancy's b
Mr

Kindle-the-wisp, 3
ch
m

yrs, 6st 12ib

Cunningham's
Mr

Miss
g

Fortune,

aged,
4

8st

12ft), and

Irwin's

ch

Independence,
agst Tancred

yrs,

7st 12ft), paid.


3 to 1

agst Toy,
to to

to

each

and All's-

Isabelle, 5 lost-now, 6

1 each 1

agst Kindle-the-wisp and

agst Bewick.

Won

by
sovs,

half
5 20

neck.
20
sovs

Sweepstakes,
the Trainers' Waterford Mr Watts's 3 yrs, 7st
"

15

ft,

added the Turf

from

Fund
Post. b f The J. ch

and

sovsfrom

Club.

Countess,
...

by

Birdcatcher,
1
... ...

Capt
Mr Lord

Oakes's
ch

Wynne f Dolly's Brae,


Nono,
ch
...

4 yrs,

78t 7ft)
...

Irwin's

g Pio

yrs, Gst

12ft) 3 yrs,

Waterford's
lOtfo

by
...

Birdcatcher,
...

Gst
Lord

4
...

Waterford's
sovs

ch

Roller,

yrs,

7st 4ft),

paid
Mr Mr Lord 1ft)
;

it.
c

Disney's ch Murphy's ch c
Waterford's
and
2
SOTS

Captain Grant,
Louis
f b

4 yrs,

8st

2ft) ; 2ft) ;

ch

Philippe, 4 yrs, 7st Kick-up-the-dust, 3 yrs,


c

7st

Mr

Dillon's ft.
on

True

Blue,

3 yrs, 6st

10ft),

paid
Even

betting
3 to 1

The

Countess,
Nono.

3 to

agst Dolly's

Brae,

agst Pio
Won

by
50

neck.

Kirwan
the Lord Flat.

Stakes

of

sovs

each, h ft.

Post

on

Waterford's

b h

Duch-an-dhurras,
"

by
over

Molyneuz,

6yrs,8st7tt"

^Doyle

walked
...

72

BACING

CALENDAB,

Lord

Waterford's
Mr

ch b
c

7ib, and
lift. Mr Mr J.

King's

Greorge,6 yrs, 8st Conveyor, 4 yrs, 7st, paid


h Lord h

Murphy's
b
c c
c

ch

Dough,
4 4 4

6 yrs,
yrs, yrs,
8st Sst
;

8st

10tt"

Watts's b ch

Chatterbox,
of

7ft) ; Mr
Mr ney's DisMr Mr

Watts's

Earl

Warwick, Baron,

Captain Grant,
b ch
c c

yrs,
5 yrs, 4

7st
7st

12ft) ; 10ft) ;

M"Cormick's
Wallace's Lord

Chief

Little ch

George,
c

yrs, 3

7st 7ft) ; and


yrs, 6st

Waterford's 6
SOYS

BoUer,

6lb,

paid

ft.
WEDNESDAY,

25* h

Sweepstakes,
to
sovs

10

sovs,

ft, for
a

two

yrs

old
"

colts Sst 5ft), fillies Sst. untried added. sires


or

Half

mile.
not to

3ft) allowed

mares,

but saved

both.

50

Second ch
"

horse
c

his

stake.
out

Lord Red Mr

Waterford's

by

Corranna,
...

of
I
...

Rose,

Sst 2ft)

^Robertson
out

G. Watts's
Alice

(jun.) f by Mickey Free,


... ...

of
2
...

Mr

May, 7st 12ft" Knox's ch f Lady Cecilia, by Napier,


Yestris, 7st
ch f
1 1 ft)
...

out

of
...

Madame
Mr

Disney's
Twilight,
Orford's
of Mr

Nourmahal,
...

by Napier,
...

out

of
0
...

7stllft)
ch f

Mr

May
ch

Day,

by Harkaway,
...

out

Atalanta,
Bateman's
b
c

7st lift)
...

0
out

by Magpie,
out

of

Surprise
Stock
;

Mr

Bateman's
ch
;

by Polish,
Warrior,
f Matilda
;

of Old

Mr of
;

Disney's
Jannette Mr
g

Lidian Lrwin's

by
Mr

Napier,
out

out

Mr

by Polish,
;

of Recluse br
or

Keegan's ch f The Wee Orphan

Mr

Knox's

Eeegan's b or ch f by Napier

JUNE,

1851.

73

Freney,
The Nolan's Mr

out

of Gramachree

;
a

Mr

Ugly
b

Buck,
or

out

of

Sister

Murph/s to Johnny
out

b
;

by
Mr
;

br ch f
b

by Launoelot,

of The

Cook

Quin's

Waterford's Col
Westenra's

by Lothario, out of Fuyard ; Lord f by CJorranna, out of Perdita ; and of Fire, paid h ft. out c by Freney,
on

Even other. Her

betting

Bed

Rose half
a

colt,

to

agst any

Won

by

length.
gs for three and four four, 8st Tib : 5lb to

Majesty's Plate
"

of 100
;

yrs old
mares

^three yrs

old, 7st
Two

and Watts's

geldmgs.
b
c

miles.
4 yrs" 1
... ...

Mr

Chatterbox, by Magpie,
... ...

Foley
Lord
Mr Mr

Waterford's

Keegan's b Flynn's ch
3 to 1
on

Kick-up-the-dust, 3 by King Dan, 3 yrs,


ch Honest

yrs,
...

2 0 0

Tom,
4 to 1

4 yrs

...

Chatterbox,
Won Stakes
to

agst

Kick-up-the"
10

dust.

by

four

lengths.
"

Railway
sovs,

(firstclass) Sweepstakes,
the

ft,
Club

which

Great
added

Southern 50 Post.
sovs,

and and

Western the Mr Turf

Railway
50
c

Company
Thunderbolt,

sovs.

Waterford

L-win's
3 yrs,

6st 81b, carried


b
c

Mr

Wynne's
I Sv

Kildare

by Smallhopes, 6slf lOifo ^Lynch Whiteboy,) 4 yrs, (late


"

...

"".

...

...

...

"

Lord
^Dl'

Waterford's
"*.

br

Duch-an-dhurras,
... ...

6 yrs,
...

ti

Mr Mr Mr
1

Disney's ch c Captain Grant, 4 yrs, Sst 6ft) Courtenay's gr f Caprice, 4 yrs, 8st lft" Cunningham^s ch m Miss Fortune, aged, 7st
...

0 0

jSilX)
.". """

...

u
...

74

RAGING

CAIiENDAB,

Mr

W.

Wallace's
"""

ch

Little
...

George,
"""

yrs,
0
...

7st lOfib
Mr Dillon's Mr W. ch f

Shan-Tan-Tocht,
b f

3 yrs,

68t 6lb
;

Clarke's
ch f

Isabelle, 4 yrs, 7st 10ft

Lord
;

Waterford*s and
Lorcl 6st
1

3 yrs, 2 to

Kick-np-the-dust, 3 yrs, Waterford's ch f by Birdcatcher, 121b, paid h ft.


1

7st 91b

Perdita,

Grant,

3 to agst Duch-an-dhurras, 1 agst 5 to Thunderbolt,

agst Captain
6
to 1

agst

Caprice,
Greorge.

7 to

1 each

agst Miss

Fortune

and

Little

Won Stakes

by

neck.
5
soys

Selling
25
sovs

"

added. yrs

Sweepstakes, Anglesey Post.


;
:

each,
for

with
age
"

Wt
;

three six and

old, 78t 41b

four, 8st 4ft)


Sib

five, 8st 81b


to
mares

aged, Sst lOlb horses All geldings.


for 200
SOYS.

allowed

and be
sold
soys, soys,

starting subject to
to soys,

If
;

entered 100

be

sold
;

for if for

150 50

allowed I4tb;
Lord
3

51b if for

if for 25
SOYS,

91b

18ft.

Waterford's 6st yrs, T. Burke's 6lb


ch
... "

ch

f ^D.

by Birdcatcher, Perdita,

Doyle

1
... ...

Sir

Sir William
...

WaUace,
...

3 yrs,
2
...

6st 4ft
MrLalor's Mr T.
1 UiD

Bustle, 3yrs, 5st lift Connolly's b f Moll-in-the-wad,


gr
... """ *".

3
,..

3 yrs, 6st
...U

Mr Mr
2

T.

Dunne's ch g

Portia,

5 yrs,

7st 5ft
...

0
. . .

Irwin's
to

Independence,

4yrs, 7st
to

1ft

agst Perdita

fiUy, 5
Won
sold in

each

agst Portia

and

Independence.
The winner
went to
was

canter.

by

auction

for 105

sovs

"

sovs

the

racing fund.

JUNE,

1851.

76

THUBSDAYy

26. 100 for

Her three

Majesty's Plate,
yrs

of

gs

horses, "c.
;

old, 7st 41fo


and Bed eh
c

four, Sst
llfib
:

ISfb
to

five, 9st
and

Tib

six

aged, 9st
Post. The

51b

mares

geldings.
Mr

Watts's

Marquess, by Birdcatcher,
1
.. ... ...

3yrs"
Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

J.Wynne
f br
c c
m

Connolly'sb
Hatch's
Farrer^s

Moll-in-the-wad,
3 yrs

yrs

0
...

Achates, Tancred,

by Palinurus,
...

3 yrs
...

0 0 0

bl

Hyland'sb
Beardon's

bm ch
c

Allegretto,6 jrrs Chisel, by Conjuror,


Honest

...

5 yrs

0
...

Flynn's
Nolan's 5 to
1
on

Tom,

yrs,

0
...

gr

by Mercury,

Bacchus's

dam, 5 yrs
in
a

The

Marquess.
Stakes,
"

Won

canter.
sovs

Curraghmore
for mile
to

(renewed,)
Peel

25

each,
One allowed 25
sovs

three and

yrs
a

old

colts
on or

8st 7tt",fillies Sst 3tt".

quarter
stallions

the

Course.

31b

untried

mares,

5ifo to both.

added.
Mr

Quin's
iiiasee

br

WhifiJ
...

by Lanercost,
... ...

Sst

4ft"

"

...

Lord
oSX

Waterford's
I lu
...

ch

Marquess
...

of
...

Carrabas,
...

Mr
Mr Mr

Irwin's Dunne's

b b

c c

Lord

Edward,
Sst

Sst 41b

71b
... ... ...

3 4

Finance,
b
c

Courtenay's
Lord
; ;

by

Moleskin;
Red Rose

Waterford's Waterford's
Mr

of out Ben-y-Glo, ch f by Corranna, b


b

Lord
and

f
c

Yaudeville
dam

Johnston's

by Corranna, by Tearaway,
half

by Alcaston,
Even

paid.
Whiff. Won

betting on

by

length.

76

RACING

CALENDAR,

Second

Class
10

of

Curra^hmore
5 The

Triennial
two

Stakes.
"

Sweepstakes,
8st

sovs,

ft, for

yrs

old

colts half
51b
a

5ib, fillies 8st.


3ifo
to

Marquess's
or

Post,
mares,

mile. both.

untried winner of

stallions the
two

to
on

The

yrs

old

stakes

Wednesday
Lord

31b

extra.

Waterford's
Sst 81b
"

ch

by

Corranna,
...

Red
over

Rose,
Sir
T.

Robertson
ch
c

walked
;

Burke's

Thunder
Mr of J.

Mr

Irwin's b
c

gr

by
The Mr

Polish,

Recluse

Murphy's
to out

by
;

Buck, Ugly Courtenay's b


dam
;

out
c

Sister

Johnny
of
c

by
5

Lothario,
ft.

tam's Banranna, Cor-

and

Lord

Waterford's
sovs

ch

by

Vaudeville,

paid
FRIDAY,

27.
100
8st

Her three six

Majesty's
old, 6st

Plate 71b
;

of

gs miles.

for

horses, "c. five,8st


51b
to

; ;

yrs and

four,
Three

3tt" ;

12ib
mares

and
Mr

aged, geldings.
b
c

9st.

Watts's

Chatterbox,
... """

by Magpie,
...

yrs

"

Foley
Mr Mr Mr Mr Bennett's

1
...

b f Wanton,
bm

yrs yrs

2
... ...
... ...

Hyland's
Keegan's

Allegretto, 6
c

0 0

b ch

by Kmg

Dan, Tom,
Won

3 yrs
4 yrs

...

Flynn's
6
to

g Honest

0
...

on

Chatterbox.

by

two

lengths.
three
a

Irish old
on

Oak^

Stakes,
71fo each. Course.
51fo to
won one

25

soys

each, for
mile
to
sovs

yrs

8st fillies,

One
31b

and

quarter
lions stal-

the
or

Peel
mares,

allowed
50

untried added. value


of

both.
race

Any
"50

Hlly having
or

of

the

upwards

31b

extra.

78

BACING

CAI^NDAB,

Even

betting
to

on

Whiff,

to

agst Kick-up-the-

dust, 6

agst Dolly's Brae.


Won

hj
5
sovs,

half

length.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
yrs old. Half
to
mares.
a

p, 25

added,
stallions

for two
8st
or

mile.

Colts

8st 7tb, Mies

3tb
out to

3tfo allowed of untried be sold for

those

got hj untried
All horses If entered
sovs, to

entering
be

subject
sold if for winner
race

100

sovs.

for 75
30
to
;

sovs,
sovs,

allowed
211b
;

9ft); if for 50
if for sold 25
sovs,

14ft";
The

28tb.

be

put

up

and

surplus
fund.

above

by auction entering price

after the
to

the

go

to

the

racing

Sir

T.
"

Burke's ^E.

Bewick,
...

by

Birdcatcher,
1
... ...

7st
Mr Mr
I

Keegan Disney's ch f Nourmahal,


Barron's
1 ^ID

6st 7ft)

2
...

J.
SL

b
...

Convert
...

(late Sam
...

Gray,)
...

Mr Mr Mr

Watts's

ch

by Magpie,
b
c

Veneer,
3ft)
...

6st 3ft)
...

0 0
...

T. Atkinson's Irwin's b f

King O'Neill, 7st


by length.
28.

4ft)
...

Piquette, 7st
Won
a

SATURDAY,

Her

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
101b
;

of

100

gs

for horses, "c.

three
six and and Mr

old, 6st

four,
Four

88t

8ft) ;

five, 9st 6lb


5ft)
to
mares

aged,
b

9st 121b.

miles.

geldings.
Watts's
3 yrs
"

f The

Countess,
...

by Birdcatcher,
I
...
...

Mr

J.Wynne Courtenay's gr

Caprice,

yrs

2
...

JUNE,

1851.

79

Lord Mr

Waterford's

br
m

Ducli-an-dhurras,
yrs Won

6 yrs
...

3 0

Hyland's
Even

Allegrette,6
The

betting on
Stakes
to

Countess.

by

half

length. Railway
SOYS,

(second class)
"

Sweepstakes,
Southern 50
sovs,

10 and

ft,

which

the

Great
added Waterford
3 yrs,
...

Western the Mr

Railway
Club
bl
c

Company
sovs.

and

Turf
Nolan's
JL

50

Post. 6st 91b


"

by Tearaway,
... ...

ayior

...

Mr Mr

Watts's

ch

Mangan's
carried
8st21b

Chaseaway, 3 yrs, 7st 81b f Dolly's^Brae, 4 yrs, ch


... ...

2
...

8st,
3
...

Lord

Waterford's
...

ch

Captain Grant,
... ...

yrs,
...

/ Si" i- ijlT)

1/

Mr Mr

Fitzgerald's b

Kildare,
Brother
...

yrs, 7st 41b

0
...

Mangan's
T.
3 yrs,

bl

Tancred,
c

3 yrs, 7st lib


to

0
...

Sir

Burke's

ch

Chanticleer,
0
... ...

6st 131b
ch f

Lord

Waterford's

by Birdcatcher,
... ...

Perdita,
0
...

3yrs,
Lord
Sst

6stl3lb Waterford's
and ft. b b f
c

br

Duch-an-dhurras,
b f

6 yrs, 6st lOib,

121b,
5
sovs

Mr

Watts's

Toy,

3 yrs,

paid
and
2
sovs

Lord Mr

Waterford's Clarke's
ft.

Chatterbox,
4

4 yrs,

9st 7lb,

Isabelle,

yrs,

7st 81b, paid

to

1 each
not

agst Chaseaway

and

Kildare.

The

winner

named. Won

by
3
won

half

length.
25
to
sovs
run

Maiden

Stakes,
that
never

sovs,

p p,
sovs,

added,
one

for and

horses

50

mile

80

BACINO

CALENDAR,

quarter
yrs

on

the

Peel

course,
;

heats.
8st

Wt

for age
;

"

three six and

old,

7st 4ft)
:

four,

6ft"
to

five, 9st
and sold for
be

aged, 9st 4tt" geldings. All horses


100
sovs

3ft" allowed

mares

entering subjectto
to
;

if entered
lOib
to

be

sold

for

70
14ft)

sots,
;

allowed
sovs,

7ft) ; for 50 sovs,


21ft).
race,

for 30 be

sovs,

for 25 after

The and

winner

put

up

and

sold

the

the bred
a

surplus above any Produce racing fund.


a

winner

of 50 allowed chc

sovs,

or

entering price to go to of mares not having of sires not having got


not

like
T.

winner,
Harrison's

4ft),but

to both.

Mr

Sir William
3

lace, Wal7ft)
"

by
Mahon Mr W.

Emilius,
...

yrs,
...

58t

0
...

Davis's
4 yrs,

b f

Miss

Hayes,
...

by
4

triever, Re1
...

6st 6ft)
f

Mr

Nolan's

by
...

Tearaway,
...

yrs,
2
...

7st7ft)
Lord

dr

Waterford's
3 yrs,
m

eh
5st

Marquess
...

of Car0
...

rabas,
Mr Nunn's

lift)

dr

by Lanercost,

Prior

of St 0 dis
...

Mr

Margaret's dam, T. Connolly's


3yrs, 6st8ft)
...

7st 7ft) 5 yrs, b f Moll-in-the-wad,


...

0
...

dis

Mr

Dillon's

ch

Shan-van-vocht,
... ...

yrs,
0
...

6st 8ft)
Mr

dr

Courtenay's
lift)
...

b f
...

Coquette,
...

yrs,

6st
0
...

dr
1

to

agst Marquess
4
to

of

Carrabas,

to

agst

Miss away

Hayes,
and

filly. After

agst Coquette and Tearfirst heat, 2 to 1 each agst Miss


each

Hayes
to

Tearaway

filly.
Wallace.

After

second

heat,

agst Sir William

JULY,

1851.

81

First second The


went to

heat and

won

by three-quarters
very sold fund.

of

length

"

third
was

easily.
for
32
sovs,

winner the

sovs

of which

racing

The
25
sovs

Corinthian

Stakes,
for

10

sovs

each,

ft, with

added,

hunters, race-horses
of the

admitted.
or

Rode
room

by
at

members

Turf

Club

Coffee-

Kildare,
in the Peel

Kildare-street,

United

Service,
mile and

and

Sackville-street

Clubs,
or

or

by

Commissioned
One
a

Officers
half Mr
on

Army

Navy.
heats. Miss 41fo
"

the

Course,

ch m Cunningham's Birdcatcher, aged, 1 1st


T.
10ft)"

Fortune,

by
1 1 lOst 2 2
...

Capt
4
...

Poulett

Sir

Burke's Mr T.

br

St

John,

yrs,

Kennedy
ch
"

Liord

Waterford's
lOst

dita, 3 yrs,
liOrd
list

Waterford's 4ft)_Mr

ch

by Birdcatcher, ^Major St John c Captain Grant,


be

Per0
...

4 yrs, 3
...

Fitzgerald (fell)
Chatterbox,
h

Lord

Waterford's
br

13st; 13st,
and

Lord Lord

Waterford's Waterford's
First

Duch-an-dhurras,

Kick-up-the-dust, heat, even betting Lord


second
"

ch f

lOst

2tb,paid hft.
two

Waterford's
on

agst the
Both

field heats

heat, 3

to

Miss

Fortune.

won

easilyby
JULY-

two

lengths

MONKSTOWN STEEPLE

(Co. Cork)
CHASES.
JULY

RACES

AND

2. 3
sovs

Handicap

Sweepstakes,

each,

20

sovs

82

BACING

CALENDAE,

added.
Mr

One

mile

and

half

heats, flat
4

course.

G.

Barry's
De
"

lOstTft)
Mr Burke's

gr c Beaux
m

by

Arthur.
...

yrs,
3
...

ch

Peg-the-rake,
... ...

5 yrs,
1
...

98t71b
Mr

Courtenay's
llst7ib

Off-she-goes, aged,
0
...

dr

Mr

Morgan's
9ft) First
...

ch

The
...

Sylph,
...

6 yrs,
.-

9st
2

dis

heat

won

cleverly
"

second

by
15

neck

"

third

by
mile

half

length.
2
sovs

Handicap
Two
Mr

Stakes,

each,
course.

sovs

added.

heats, steeple chase


b
m

Creed's 6 yrs,

Lady
"

Arthur,

by

Arthur,

lOst

7ft"
m

Carroll

Mr Mr

Kelly's br Barry's gr lOst (feU)


Burke's
t leu

Brunette,
m

Sister

to

aged, 9st Lady Grey, 4yrs,

...

Mr

gr
...

Cripple Kate,
...

aged,
...

98t

7ft)
...

Both

heats

won

in
3. 3

canter.

JULY

Handicap
added.
Mr 6
Mr

Sweepstakes,
mile ch
g 4ft)"

sovs

each,
course.

30

sovs

Two

heats, steeple chase

Barry's
yrs,

Archy,
De

by Archy,
4 3 11

1 1st

Beaux

Smith's

ch h

Young Lady
g

Rockingham,
2
... ...

^yrs,
"^

list b

8ft)
m

dr

Creed's

Arthur,
Knave

6 yrs,
3
...

M.^*^^""
^Burke's
revenge,)
br

dis

The

aged, lOst

(late 7ft) (fell)

dis

JULY,

1851.

83

Mr

Frendergast's
10st4]b
"..

Molly, aged,
dis
."" """

Mr

Burke's

gr

Cripple Kate, aged,


dis
""" ...

9st 41b First


and

...

second

heats

won

by

length

"

^third

cleverly.
Corinthian Grentlemen Mr
5 Mr Burke's

Stakes,
riders. ch
"

sovs

each, 20

sovs

added.
course.

Mile

and

half heats, flat

Feg-the-rake, by Betriever,
^MrLockwood
... ...

yrs, list Hawkes's


"

Miss
...

Signal, aged,
...

12st
2
...

4tt"

^Owner
bm

Mr

Creed's

Lady
...

Arthur,
...

6 yrs,

list 3 dis
...

7ib"
Mr

Mr

Ashe
br

Burke's

The
...

Knave,
...

aged,

list
0
...

7ft)
"

Owner Smith's ch
h

dr yrs,

Mr 128t

Toung
heats

8tt",paid.

Both

Rockingham, won easily.


5
sovs

Hack
and Mr
a

Stakes,
half mile
gr

sov

each,

added.

One

heats, flat course.


m
"

Burke's

Cripple Kate,
...

by Arthur,
1
...

Mr Mr Mr

Carroll aged, lOstTft) Beale'sgr m by Arthur, 9st 71b Miss Hawke's b m Signal, aged, Broderick's
Both bl g

1 2 3 0

3
...

1 1st
. . . ...

2 0

Waterloo^
won

9st
a

heats

in

canter.

HEATH

(Queen's
JULY

Co.)
14.

RACES.

County
bred

Flate
or

of

40

sovs

for

Queen's

County

horses,

for horses

the

property

of residents

84

BACING

CALENDAR,

before

they
and

were

weaned. Wt Two for

Hunters*
31b age: mile heats.

Plate

horses race-

admitted.
mares

allowed

to

geldings.
br
"

Mr
4

Clarke*s

Isabelle" by
Dawson
...

Tearaway,
1
...

Mr Mr

jrrs, 9st 71b Turpin's bh J. Dunne's

1 2

Goodfellow,
Kit

yrs,

list

3 2

brm
even

Slush, 5yrs,10st5ib
on

dr

First
2 to 1
on

heat,
her.

betting

Isabelle
"

second

heat,

First heat

won

by

half

length

"

second

easily.
hft,
100 the

Handicap
sovs

Sweepstakes, lOsovseach,
Horses

added.

having
and
extra

won

once

between

wts

being
or

declared

the
;

twice
and

more
won

7lb
31b

day of racing 51b or having started


three times beaten

extra,
twice 5 lb

not

less, and

less than

originalwts.

Twonuleheate.

Tom, by Keegan's ch g Honest 6stllft)" E.Keegan TheDean,4yrs, 4yrs,6stl31b IMrlrwm'schgPioNono,


Mr
L. Mr

2 I 0

11 2 0

Clarke's

br g

Reel-foot,

yrs, 6st 1 1 lb yrs, 8st 91b

dis

Mr^Hyland's
Lord 9st
5 4 10ft) ;

6 Allegrette,
br

dis 6 yrs,

Waterford's

Duch-an-dhurras,
ch
m

Capt
81b 81b
; ;

Haworth's Mr D.

The b b
c
c

Baroness,

yrs, yrs,

Sst 8st

Wynne's
;

Remunerator,

Lord

Waterford's
10ft)

by Corranna,
ch f

Monica,
ch h

jrrs, 7st

Lord

Waterford's

Kick-up-the-dust,
Harlequin,
5

3 yrs,

7st 7ft) ; Mr
Sir
3 yrs,

M'Clelland's
T. Burke's
b
;

yrs, 7st 7ft) ;

by
5

Harkaway,
b ft. Nolan's
c

dam

by Rust,
3

7st 4ft) 101b,

Mr

Irwin's
sovs

Thunderbolt,

yrs,

6st

paid

Mr

ch

Blucher,

6 yrs,

9st

13ft)

Mr

86

KACING

CALENDAR,

tale

and 5
SOYS

Mr

Sadleir's ch
ft.
I
on

by Warlike,

Miss

Hybla,

paid

2 to

Brass.
5
sovs

Won

by
20
sovs

neck. added.
8st

Selling Stakes,
for age
"

each,

Wt 131b
;

^three yrs five,9st 71b ; six and and and


a

old, 7st

llib

four,

mares

to aged, 9st 1 lib ; 31b allowed One geldings,with sellingallowances.

mile

quarter heats.
the
race,

The

winner

to be

sold

by

auction fund. Mr.

after

and

surplus to
Circe,
lib

go

to

racing

Keary's
6st lib
"

by Birdcatcher,
m

3 yrs,

^Mahon
gr

Mr Mr Mr

Irwin's Nolan's Fox's Even


b

Flirt, 3 yrs, 6st


c

gr
m

by Mercury,
Circe
a

5 yrs,

8st 7ib
...

Dairy-maid, aged,
on

9st 3ft)
to

betting
won

3 filly,
"

agst Flirt.
half
a

First The
went

heat

by
was

neck sold

second auction

by

length.
"

winner
to

by

for

"30

"5

the

fund.
JULY

15.
sovs.

Farmers' for One after go Mr


to

Stakes,

each, 30
horses.
to

sovs

added,
for age. auction

Queen's
mile the

County
The for fund.
c

bred winner
sum

Wt sold

heats.
race

be

by

any

over

"40, and

surplus to
by
1
...

racing

Doyle's ch
Birdcatcher,

Marquess
3 yrs, 8st
"

of ^D.

Carrabas,

Doyle
6 yrs,
1 1st

I 2

Mr

Turpin's
2 to 1
on

b h

Goodfellow,

2
...

the

Marquess;
was

Both
auction

heats

won

easily.
"

The
went to

winner
the

sold

by

for "55

^"15

fund.

JULY,

1851.

87

The added. One Lord

Heath

Stakes,

sovs :

each,

ft,

40

sovs

Hunters'

Plate

race-horses

admitted.

mile

and

quarter
ch
8st
c

heats.

Waterford's
4 yrs,

Captain
"

Grant,
7st 2ft)

by
1
...

Freney,
Mr Mr Mr

2ft)

J.
4

Doyle
yrs,
4

1
2

Wynne's
Flynn's
8st2ft)
...

b ch

Kildare,
Honest ch
m

0
...

Tom,
Miss

yrs, 7st 6ft)

Cunningham's
Clarke's Cullen's
Osborne's b
m

Fortune,
...

aged,
0 0 0 0
...

...

Mr Mr Mr

Isabella, Harkover,

yrs,

7st
...

0 0

ch g b f

aged, 7st 7ft)


Bird, Queen

by Humming
6st 5fl5
c

Elizabeth,
Mr Harrison's

3 yrs,

0
... ...

ch

Sir

William
...

Wallace,
0
...

Syrs,
Mr Irwin's Lord

6st7ft)
ch g

(feU)
Independence,
b ch h
g

4 yrs,

7st 7ft)

dr

Waterford's Irwin's

Duch-an-dhurras,
Pio

6 yrs,

9st 7ft) ; Mr Mr

Nono,

4 yrs,

7st lOlb
Mr

Goodfellow, 6 Turpin's bh Nolan's b f by Tearaway, Blucher's


7ft) ; Mr
and Lord
3 yrs, 2
to

yrs,

7st7ft);
4 yrs,

dam,
4

7st
;

Boylan's
Waterford's

br

St f

John,

yrs,

7st 4ft)

ch
sovs

by Birdcatcher,
ft. 5 to
2

Perdita,

6st 7ft)j paid 2


1 3 to

agst
1

Miss

Fortune,

agst

Honest

Tom,

agst Captain Grant,


won

to 2

agst Isabella.

First

heat

by
10

length
h

"

second
40
sovs

by

head. for

Sweepstakes,
two

sovs,

ft,

added,
3ft).

yrs

old
"

colts
a

8st

7ft)" fillies 8st


winner
or more

Three the

quarters

of
once

mile.

of

race

before

meeting
Mr M.

3ft), twice
b
8st
c

5ft) extra.

Dunne's

Redmond
"

O'Hanlon,

by
1
...

Freney, Kiss,

7ft)

J*

Doyle

...

88

SACIKG

CALENDAR,

Lord
8st

Waterford^B
12tt"

ch

by Corranna,
...

Red

Rose,
2
...

Mr

(including 5tb extra) Turpin's ch f Split-the-wind,


b
...

8st

3ib
...

Sir T. Burke's
3tb

Bewick,
...

8st

lOIb
...

(including
0
...

extra)
P.
;

Mr

Bowling's
R.
b
c

by

Magpie, Lady
b
c

HarkMr M.

away
Dunne's

Mr

Newcomen's
;

Collier
ch
c

Brass Mr

Mr

Irwin's

by Polish^
;

Danceaway
Lord
5
SOTS

L. ch

Waterford's
ft.
to

Keegan's ch f Matilda c by Harkaway, Puss,


colt. 3 Won
sovs

and

paid

on

Red

Rose

by

half

length.
15
sovs

Handicap
added.
Mr One

Sweepstakes,
mile br
c
"

each,

heats.

Knox's

St

John,

by
...

Magpie,
0
...

4yr8,8st6lb
Mr

Irwin's Tst 9ib

ch

J.Doyle Independence,
... ...

yrs,
1
...

2 3

0 2 dr

Mr Mr Mr Mr

gr ch Doyle's

Irwin's

Flirt, 3 yrs, 6st 6ft) Yellow Pat^ 4st, 7st 31b


...

2 3 0 0

0 dr
dr

Bouchier's

gr f
m

Jelly'sb
First heat
"

Bustle, 3 yrs, 6st Circe, 3 yrs, Tst 8ft)

1 Oft)
...

won

by
a

length

"

second

by

two

lengths

^third

by

length.

DUNCANNON

(Co. Watebford)
JULY

RACES.

19-

Sweepstakes,
for age.

sovs

each,
riders.

15

sovs

added. miles
on

Wt
the

Grentlemen

Three

Strand.
Mr

M"Clelland's

b h

Harlequin, by Verulam,

JULY,

1851.

89

5jTs,
Mr Mr

list

llib b
m

"

^Mr

Headstall
...

1
...

Bartelot's

Presto,
gr g

1 1st 9ft)"

M'Clauncy's Hero)
Two

Springy
...

Jack

Beatty Bantry (late


... ...

Mr

0
...

others

not

placed.
JULY

Won

easily.

21.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
age. Mr
5

sov

each, 10

added.

Wtfor

Three

miles. b h 6ft)
"

M"Clelland's
Hat yrs. Bartelot's

Harlequin,
Headstall
1 Ost 4ft)

by Vendam,
1
... ...

^Mr

Mr

Presto,
others
sov

0
. . . ...

Three

not

placed.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
Mr

each, 5

added

^Won
"

by

Waterhen, Macke/s beating two others.

by

"Welcome,

(Ryan,)

BELLEWSTOWN
JULY

RACES.
30.
sovs

The
Wt

Trial age
:

Stakes,
mares

5 and

each, 25

sovs

added.
5ft"
;
a

for

geldings

allowed mile

half-bred
half Mr heats. Irwin's
3 yrs,

and

maiden

allowances-

One

and

Thunderbolt,
"

by Smallhopes,
1
... ...

7st 10ft)
b
c

^Lynch

1 2

Mr Mr Mr

Keegan's
Cranston's Dillon's

by King Dan,
b f Wexford

3 yrs, 7st 4ft)


4 yrs, 8st 3 yrs, 6st
"

Girl,

ch

f Shan-van-vocht,

13ft), pd.
second

First

heat, even
to

betting on by
half
a

Thunderbolt

heat, 3
First

on

him.
won

heat

length"

second

by

length.
H

1
90
RACING

CALENDAB,

The

added
h ft.

Plate of 60 sovs, Drogheda Tradesmen's to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each,


One mile and
a

half heats.

Second

horse

saved Lord
Mr

his stake. Waterford's


eh
c

by Freney, 4yr8,
Irwin's
10tt" eh g b
"""

8st

Captain Grants 21b J. Doyle


"

11

Pio

Nonoy
"".

yrs, Tat
1
"""

2 3

3 2

Mr
Mr

Beardon's Nolan's

Chisel, 5 yrs, 7st 6tt"


Blucher's
...

b f

by Tearaway,
...

dam,
Lord

4 yrs,

7st 6lb
ch h

dr

Waterford's
Mr

Lord

George,
Tom,

71b Mr
ch b
c

Flynn'sch

g Honest

6 yrs, 98t 4 yrs, Tst 6lb ;

Clarke's b f Isabella, 4 yrs, 7st 2ib ; Mr Cullen's aged, 7st 8tb ; and Mr Beardon's g Harkover,

Mallet,

3 yrs, 6st
even
"

7lb, paid 5

sovs

ft.

First heat,
2

betting on

second agst Pio Nono ^third heat, even Nono Grittit and Pio Nono.
"

Captain Grant, 7 to heat, even bettingon Pio betting between Captain


won

First
thitd

and

second

heats

by

half

length
"

easily.
5
sovs

Selling Stakes,
Wt with for age
: mares

each, 25
About
one

sovs

added.

and

geldings allowed
mile

6ifo,
and
a

sellingallowances.
heats.

quarter
Mr

Newcomen's 58tl3lb"D.

Toy, by Magpie, Doyle


...

brf f

3 yrs,
1
...

Mr Mr

Dillon's ch
6st6tb
"""

Shan-van-vocht,
... ...

yrs,
...

Eeegan's
6st 91b
...

Master
...

Richard,
...

yrs,
...

dis

JULY,

1851.

91

Mr

Irwin's Mr

ch

g Pio

Nono,

yrs, 7st 8tt)

dis
...

Cranston's

b f Wexford

Girl,

yrs,

7st

lib,

paid.
Even
canter.

betting
winner
went to

on

Toy.
sold

Both

heats

won

in

,The
16
sovs

was

the

by auction racing fund.


JULY

for

41

sovs

"

31. of
"

Her

Majesty's
"c. Wt

Plate for age

100

gs yrs

for

Irish-bred
41b
;

horses,

three
Sst

old, 6st

four, Sst;
31b

five, Sst 91b;


to
mares

six,
and

13ifo;

aged,
Three

9st.
mile

allowed

geldings.

heats. Mr

Courtenay's
4 yrs
"

gr f ".
c

nation, Caprice, by Coro-

Keegan
to
"""

2
...

Mr
nb

Atkinson's
yrs
"""

ch

Brother

Dough,
...

...

JL

ur

First
2
on

heat, 2
"

to

on

Caprice
won

"

second

heat,

to

her. and second heats 6

First The for


or

by
each,

two

lengths.
sovs

Tyro Stakes,
bred in the

sovs

25

added,
Louth,
Wt for

horses in the
:

counties
town

of

Meath,

county of the
and

of

Drogheda.
; at
;

age

mares

horses,
allowed
on

geldings allowed 51b qualifiedas for the Warblers


which,
won

half-bred

Naas,
extra

71b, and
horse
or more.

if maiden,
100 mile stake.
sovs

101b
once
a

51b
;

any

having
One

7ft) foi^

twice Second
Mr

and

half

heats.

horse
b

saved
c

his

Keegan's
""

by King Dan,
...

3 yrs,
...

Sst

"

Keegan

1
...

92

BACING

CAIiEITDAS,

Mr Mr
I

Cullen's
Dillon's
S
V

ch ch
"""

g f

Harkoyer,

aged, 9st 9tt"


3

Shan-van-vocht,
""" """

yxs,
"""

^i")

%J

\J

Mr Mr

Hatch's

Achates,
f

yrs,
4

8st
...

0 8st

Wynne's
Even

Seamew,
on

yrs, Dan

121b

dr

betting

King
"

colt.

First

heat

won

by
with

length
1
sov

second

by
15

two
soys : mares

lengths.
added. and and
a

Scramble
Wt for age,

Stakes,
allowed

each,
About

selling allowances
5Ib.
one

geldings
quarter
Mr

mile

heats.
br

Newcomen's
3 yrs,

6st

6ft)
"

^D.

Toy, Doyle
Pat,
Both

by
...

Magpie,
1
...

1 2 3

Mr Mr

Wynne's
Hamilton's
Even

Seamew,
Yellow

4 yrs,

7st 1ft)
...

2 3

chc

4 yrs,

7st4ft"
won

betting on

Toy.

heats

easily.

AUGUST.

ROSCOMMON
AUGUST

RACES. 12.

Sweepstakes,

sovs

each,

25

sovs

added,
for age, 5ft). be go

for with

hunters, race-horses penaltieson winners


allowances
mile and
a : mares

admitted.
;

Wt

maiden, and selling, and geldings allowed


The and
any winner
to

half-bred
One

half heats.
the race,

sold
to

by
the

auction

after

surplus to

racing
Mr. E.

fund.
J. Irwin's
"

gr f The

Flirt, by Tearaway,
1
... ...

3yrs,5stl2ft)
Mr

^Broderick

1 2

Connofs

gr

Oaks, 6 yrs,

8st 41b

BACniG

CAI^^^

AUGUST

13.

Wtfor

half-bred
feet

horses.

A^"

walls.

Econoinist,

I 2

Mr

Carter's

Irish

I"'^"'

"*5..

d"
...

an^
for of Mr

ingsfllowed 5ft., and


a

half

heats.

Bode
at

"T^en hor^s^ quaUfied ^


the

as

the any

Corinthians

J,,"^enUe"^^^^i,er8 Curragh^o j^^


H or

established
grm
st

Hunting
The Mr

B*ci"g

Connor's
6 yra,
11

Oaks,

by

Birdcatcher,
,

1
"

4""

KeUy

ogt

9ft,. carried
Mr

9st
b

1 h

2""--Major
Goodfellow,
"""

St

John
*"

2
"

Morgan's
*28t
"

J^

3
_

Owner

"""

Mr

Connor's

ch

3yra,9st4ft)
First head.
heat
won

g Mr

FingaU
F.

(late BaUinnre,;
^

,,.""_1*\
^
^^

Martin
three

...

"';,bva
"

by

lengths

sec~"

AUGUST,

1851.

95

AUGUST

14.

Sweepstakes,
horses. allowances. One Mr mile and Wt 51b
a

soys

each,
with
to

20

sovs

added,
and

for

all

for

age,

sellingand
mares

half-bred

allowed
half eh

geldings.
walls. catcher, RatI 2
. .

heats, with
h

three

4-feet

Fetherston's

The

Otter,
"

by

3VIr Davis's Mr Mr

M"Keon aged, (th-b) list 9ft) ch g Fox, aged, (h-b) 1 1 st 2ib


br g

1 2

Corr's

Lunatic,
m

6 yrs,

Byrne's
21b

gr

Allspice, 4
...

(h-b) lOst yrs, (h-b)


...

dis
...

lOst

(bolted)
Armstrong's
41b, paid.
Both heats br

dis
...

Mr lOst

Enchantress,

aged, (h-b)

won

in free

canter.

Consolation
4
soYS

Stakes

A
"

Handicap
for and
a

stakes, Sweephorses heats.

each,

20

soys

added,
mile

all half

starting at
Mr 6 Mr

the

Meeting.
b h

One

Morgan's

Goodfellow,

by Harkaway,
1
...

yrs, 7st llft)^JamesDoyle E. J. Irwin's ch g Pio


... ...

Nono,
...

yrs,
2
...

8st9ft)
Mr D.Irwin's heat
won

0 0

Largehopes,
half half
a

3 yrs,
"

7st 21b
in
sovs a

3
canter.

First

by

length
a

second

Hack

Stakes,

soy

each,
and
a

added.

Catch
three Mr

weights.
4-feet walls. br g

One

mile

half

heats, with

Corr's 6 yrs
"

Lunatic,
...

by

Smallhopes,
1
... ...

Owner
br b g Both
m

1 2 0

Mr Mr

Byrne's
Irwin's

Enchantress,
Whack

aged
...

2
...

Paddy
heats

0
...

won

in

canter.

1
96
RACING

cai;eni)ak,

TUAM
AUGUST

RACES.
18. each, h

Sweepstakes, Cup value


and
mares

sovs

ft,

Silver

lenge Chal-

"20

(given by
Wt Two
be
won

J. J.
:

Bodkin,
allowed
over

Esq.)
to

15

sovs

added.

for age
mile

31b

feet

geldings. walls. Cup to bg


"

and

heats,

four

twice.

Mr

Mahons

Rouser,
Canavan The

by
...

Economist,
1
...

6yrs,
Mr

llstlft) ch h

Irwin's

Otter, aged,
...

list

41b,
dis
...

(feU
Mr

and

bolted)
br
c

...

Dennis's

Warden
sovs

of

Galway
50 age"
sovs

paid
added
yrs six

ft.

Selling Stakes,
the
Sst
town

each,
for
;

by
old,
and

of
;

Tuam.
9st

Wt
lOHb

three
41b
;

41b

four,
7ft)
;

five, lOst
and

lOst BjB^ed,
on

with

sellingallowances
mile
a

and

ties penalheats.

winners.
g

One

quarter
The
3
...

Mr

Flynn's ch Dean, 4 yrs"


Davis's Burke's Irwin's First heat
br ch ch
c

Honest
E. St

Tom,
4 yrs

by

Keegan
John,
3 yrs,
4

1 2

l 2

Mr

1
...

Mr
Mr

f g

Bellapine, Pio Nono, by


*^^^
a

2
...

dr

yrs,

dis
...

won

length"
^^' "41_"11

second

and

third

easily.

tuld "^^^^^

^*^

went

to

the

AUGUST

19.

Avowr^

1851.

97

Mr
Mr Mr

Faiilknei^s
Irwin's Irwin's b b
m c

ch

Weasel,
3 yrs,

aged,
3 yrs,

7st2Sb
...

3
2 4

2 3 4

Tribute,
Warden
...

Tst 9tt"

Largehopes,
c

Tst 12ib
4

Mr

Dennis's
8st3tt"

br

of

Gtdway,
...

yrs, dis
...

Mr

(fell) Flynn's ch g
Both

Honest

Tom,
won

yrs,

lOst, paid.

heats
4

easily.
each,
20
sots

Consolation
One

Stakes,
a

soys

added.

mile Davis's

and
br

quarter
e

heats.

Mr

St

John,

by Magpie,
...4
...

4yrs, 9st31b
Mr Mr Mr

"

Boylan

11 2 4

Irwin's
Burke's

ch g Pio Nono, 4 yrs, 98t ch f Bellapine,3 yrs, 7st br


c

...

2 3

3
. . .

Dennis's

Warden
...

of
...

Galway,
12
...

4yrs,8st21b
Mr Irwin's
Mr ch h

4
0

The
m

Otter, aged, Sst 4tt"

dr

Burke's

ch Each

by Radical,
heat

yrs, Sst,

paid.

well contested.

PHOENIX
AUGUST

PARK

BACES.

19*
^A Hurdle Second

The

Cambridge
h

Stakes

"

Bace,
horse

sovs

each,
Ms hurdles. and in
a

ft,
Wt

30

sovs

added.

saved

sake.

One

mile

and

half,

over

four

4-feet winners

for

age,

with

penalties on

ihorough-breds.

r^nlar
5tt). Harbord's

allowed Mr

Any horse that had not been the in 1851 training stable year Mares and 3ib. geldings allowed
grm

The

Oaks,

by Birdcatcher,
1
...
...

6 yrs,

12st

8tt"-*0wner

9B

RACING

CALSlTDABy

Ifr

Canninghain's
7tt)
"

br

The
"""

CSelty 5
"""

jn,
12st

list
2
...

Owner
b h
"""

Mr

Morgan's
\jYf
lAGx

Goodfellow,
"""

6 yrs,
"""

7lb

"

"""

""

Col

Shirley'sb betting on
Dublin Wt
on

The

Countersign,
"

6 jrs,

lOst
4
...

131b, carried
"ven
The added.

1 1st 4tt)

Mr

Green
Won

The

Celt.

bj
each,
Mares

half
3

length.
sovs

Stakes,
for age, winners

sovs

ft, 40

with of "60. and

selling allowances
and
a

and

penalties
allowed

geldings

3ib.

One
b g 51b
...

mile

half.

Mr

Scotlfs

Administrator,

bj

Inheritor,
1

aged,
Mr

list

(including 12Ib
...

extra)" .Capt
... ...

Prelyman
Harbord's b

Cyprus,
...

yrs,
...

list

91b

"

Capt
Capt
lOst

Haworth
...

Cubitt's
lib
"

b g

The Cole

Chief
...

Baron,
...

yrs,
3
...

Capt
b

Capt

Johnson's

Costume,
"

3nrs, 9st 9tt"


4
...

(including 51b extra) Capt


Newman's
Even Poulett's b
c

Ci^tBell
Nono,
4

ch

Flo

yrs, 3
sovs

and ft.
to

Capt
1

4 yrs, Timoti^y, paid


on

betting
5 to
1

Administrator,

agst

Cyprus,

agst Costume.
Won

by

length.
"

The fund.

winner

was

sold

for "75

"45

went

to

the

The
added.

Jerry
Three

Stakes,
yrs
six

sovs

each,
;

ft, 25

sovs

old, 9st 101b


and
3tt".

four, lOst
lOfib.
a

l2Vb

five, list and

51b;

aged,

list

Mares

geldings

allowed

O^eiquleand

half heats.

I
AUOU8T9

1851.

99

Mr

Scott's b g Administrator, hy Inheritor, Ist heat, Capt Fretyaged Owner


"

man

2d heat
...

***

.4.

Capt Capt
.Deu

Ponlett's

br

Juggernaut, 3
.."

yrs,

ried car...

9st 13Ib" 4!)wner br g Kakistos, 3 yrS"Newman's


... """ """

dr

"Capt
"""")
"

cur

Mr

Cunningham's CaptPretjman
Mr

chmMiss

Fortune, aged

dis
m on

Scott's b
3 to 2

Talj, 4

yrs,

paid ft.

Administrator.
three 5s

First
was

heat

won
"

by
Park

lengths.
went to

The

winner

sold for 85 gs
The Phoenix

"14

the fimd.

Stakes,
mile
list
;

10 and

soys a

each, h ft,
half.
81b

60
yrs and

SOYS

added.
121b
;

One

Three
;

old, 9st

four,

fiYe,list

six

aged,

list

13tt".

Mares

and

geldingsallowed

3tt".

Second
Poulett's

horse saYed
ch
or
"9"

his stake.

Capt

Commodore
^llflTl

Smuggler Bill, by The Saddler, aged Capt Pretyg


"

"""

"""

"*"

Mr

Scott's b
Johnson's

Taly, 4
b
c

yrs"

Mr

Earle
"

...

2 3

Capt
Mr

KOdare,

4 yrs

Capt

Bell and

Cunningham's b c Chatterbox, 4 yrs, Newman's b c Timothy, 4 yrs, paid.


Eycu

Capt

bettingon Smuggler Bill, 2


Won

to

agstEildare.

by
horses

three 5

lengths.
soys

The
SOYS were season

Waterloo
for ridden

Stakes,

each, p

p,

20

added,

bona

regularly as
12st each.

fide chargers that such during the dril)


Half
a

of 1851.

mile.

100

RACING

CAUENDAB,

Capt
Jd611

Johnson's
"""

big
b g

The
"""

Black

Prince"
"""

Capt
"""

-1.

Capt Capt

Chichester's
Forster's b

g Ridiculus

Mus"

-Owner

Chertsej
b 3 to
m

"

Capt Pretjman paid.


Mus

Capt Thompson's
2 to 1
on

Perfection
1

Chertsey,
not

agst Ridiculus

the winner

named.

Won
The 15 Mr
vr

by half

length.
2
soys a

Happy-go-lucky
added. gr
"""

Stakes,

each,
mile. 3 yrs*"
.""

p p,

SOYS

Catch

weights.

Half

Mitchell's
wuer

f Bosde,
"."

by Boscius,
"""

Capt Cubitt's b Capt Bell Capt Hayes's gr Capt Thompson's


MrCosteUoe
M
r

The

Chief
...

Baron,
...

5 yrs

"

2
...

...

Flight, 6 yrs Capt Poulett ch g Fingal ^te BaUinure)"


"

...

...

...

0 0 br
m

Carew's

b g

Benjamin

Owner
"

...

Capt

Forster's and

Carbuncle,

b g Chertsey, Capt Johnson's Mr Old Fox Scott's b g The

paid.

Won
The winner
was

by half
sold for

length.
"28
"

^"3

went

to

the

fund.
AUGUST

20.

The

Corinthian
25
soys

Stakes
"

^A Hurdle

Race, 5
saYcd

soys

each,
stake. six and

added.

Second
lOst
;
a

horse

his

Four

yrs
1 1st

old, 7"
and

9ib

fiYe, Il"t3]b;
on

aged,
One

with

penalties
OYcr

ners^ win-

mile

half,

four

4-feet

hurdles.

102

RAdNG

CAUBHBAS,

six been

and in
a

Any horse that had not aged, 128t 4!b. regular training stable in the year 185 1^
to

previous
of
a

the

1st

June,
in
1850

allowed
or

7lb, and
of the
extra.

winner
of and

plate or

stake

1851

value

"70

51fo extra;

of
Sib.

"100,

91b

Mares

geldings Capt
5ib

allowed
ch

Poulett's
or

Smuggler
aged,
...

modore Bill, by the Com12st

Saddler,
"

6lb
...

(including
I
...

extra)
Haworth

Capt
b h

Bell

Mr

Morgan's

Goodfellow,
...

6 yrs, 12st
...

4Ib
.^.

"

Capt
Mr
lib

Harbord's Owner
"

gt
...

The
...

Oaks,
,,,

6 yrs,

12st 3
...

Capt Forster's Fretyman


The
to

b g
...

Oscar, 6 yrs,
...

1 1st Bib
...

"

Capt
4
...

Won winner fund.


was

by
sold

six for

lengths.
121

gs-^G

Is

went

the An

objection
had
was

was

made

before
the

Oaks, who
examination
she
was

received
in
a

that starting, allowance the day stable.

The
vious, pre-

trained of her

public training
the Stewards allowance.
sovs,

On that

not

groom, entitled to the Purse


each. 31b
to

ruled

The

Ladies' of
3
sovs

of 25 Wt
mares

added

to

for

allowances mile Mr

and

with age, and geldings.

Sweepstakes selling
One

heats.

Cunningham's

ch

Miss
lOst
...

Fortune,
Bib
"

by Birdcatcher,
Pretyman
Mr
Harbord's 8ft)
"

aged,
...

Capt
3
....

Cyprus,
1st

Capt
Bell

Hu
3d

worth hoat

and
...

lOst yrs, 2d heats,


1
...

Capt

A0OUST,

1851.

103

Mr

Scott's

Taly, 4yrs,
"

8st
.

12ib,

ried car-

lOstllfo

Capt Cole
b g The

2
...

dr

Capt Cubitt's
Scott's
br
c

Chief

Baron,

Administrator,

ch g Juggernaut, 3 yrs ; 3 b c Costume, Nono, 4 yrs ; Capt Johnson's b c Kildare, 4 and Capt Johnson's yrs, paid.

aged ; Capt Capt Poulett's

yrs ; Mr Poulett's Pio yrs


;

First

heat and
a

won

by
"

two

lengths
a

"

second

by

length
The added. Winner

half

^third

by
3

length.
each,
p p, 20
a soys

Scurry
Catch
to

Stakes,

sovs

weights.
sold br

Three

quarters of
auction.

mile.

be

for "30
m

by

Capt

Johnson's
"

Carbuncle,
...

by
...

Venison,
1
...

5 yrs Capt Bell Mr Mitchell's gr f Bustle,

3 3rrs yrs
"

"

Owner
...
"

Capt Hayes's grm Col Shirley'sb m


Capt Thompson's

Flight, 6
Vivandiere ch

Mr

Costelloe
...

0 0

^Mr

Earle

Benjamin,

and

Mr

g Fingal, Mr Scott's b g The Old in


a

Carew's
Fox

b g

paid.

Won

canter. 21.

AUGUST

The

Lord

Lieutenant^s
his

Whip
the
4

"

Whip
each,

sented pre-

with 35
soYS

Excellency Huidicap Sweepstakes,


by
added.

Lord
sovs

Lieutenant,
1

ft,

One
br
"

mile.
m

Capt
Mr

Johnson's

Carbuncle,
Bell

by Venison,
1
...
...

5 yrs,

9st Sifo

Capt
Old

Scott's
\/Oie

b g The
a*.

Fox,
"".

5 yrs, lOst"
...

Capt
...^

Capt

Newman's

E^akistos

(lateBoo")
""" ...

3 yrs, 9st
3
...

Sfib-"

Capt

Haworth

104

EACING

CALSKBAB,

Hr

Scott's

Talj,
"""

yrs,
"""

lOet

10ft"
"""

Capt
0
"""

Pretyman
Mr

4 be Chatterbox, Cunningham's yrs, 12st 3ib ; Mr Seott'sbg Administrator, aged, 12st; Mr Cunningham's ch m Miss Fortune, aged, 1 Ist lOfib ; list 4 Harbord's b 2fb; Capt e Cyprus jrs,

Johnson's
son's b
c

Costume,
4

3 yrs, yrs, lOst 5 yrs,

lOst
21b

4!b
;

1^

John* Cubitt's

Eildare, Chief
gr

Capt
6ib;

bg

The

Baron,

9st

and

Mr

Lousada's
5 to 4

f Flirt, 3 yrs, 9st 6tt",paid ft


5 to
2

agst Carbuncle,
Won

agst Taly,

3 to

agst Fox.
Grand
added.

by

four

lengths.
5
sovs

Military Stakes,
Wt for
age. A twice
once

each,
once

ft, 30

soys

winner
or on

during
71b

the

Meeting
Horses
won,

5tt" extra;

more,

extra.

having
allowed

started 3tt" ;

either One

day
mile

and

not

twice, 51b.

and

half.
Mr

Cunningham's
4 yrs,
1 Ost 1 31b
m
"

Chatterbox,

by Magpie,
1
...

Mr

Scotfs
j)ejjL

Capt Pretyman Taly, 4 yrs, lOst


""" """

5flb"

Capt
"""

"""

Ju

Mr

Scott's
v^wuer

b g

Administrator, aged,
""" "". "".

12st

2tt"

"

"""V

Capt

Pouletf 9st

br

c
"

Juggernaut,
Owner

3 yrs, Qst 1 1 tt""


""" """

carried

131b

Capt
Newman's

Poulett's
b
o

ch

Smu^ler
4

Bill, aged

Capt

Timothy,
;

Kildare,
3 yrs,
4

4 yrs

and

Capt

b c yrs ; Capt Johnson's Johnson's b c Costume,

paid.
to

on

Chatterbox.

Won

in

canter.

A0on8T,

1851.

106

The
added.

Cheerful
One

Stakes, 7
A and
m

soys

each,

ft, 20

sovs

mile.

forced

Happj-go-lncky
Mr

ners, handicap for all winScurry Stakes excepted.

Cunningham's
catcher,

ch

Miss
"

Fortune,

by

Bird1
...

aged,
b

Mr

Scott's
Haworth

CaptPretyman Administrator, aged, 13st


12st4ib
"""
""" ...

"

Capt
2
...

Capt

Poulett's

ch
"""

Smuggler
...

Bill, aged, 13st


...

"

Owner

3
...

Capt
Johnson's
Harbord's Mr and 2

Johnson's
br
m m

Kildare, Oaks,
The
6

4 yrs,

12st;
;

Capt
Mr
;

Carbuncle,
The b h

5 yrs,

llst7lb

gr

Cunningham's Capt Johnson's


to

lOst yrs, Celt, 5 yrs, 9st

12ft) lOib

bl g Black

Prince, 9st 8ft),paid.


3 to
1

on

Miss

Fortune,
a

trator. agst AdminisBill


ran

Won
The
owner

by
of
at

neck.

Smuggler
Bill
was

out.

Smuggler
post.

fined

sovs

for being late


Kilmainham
and

the

Handicap,
sovs

10
on

sovs

each,
50

ft,

only

if declared
to

5th Two

August.
miles.
The

sovs

added.

Open
Pouletf
or

ail horses. g

Capt

sch

Smuggler Bill, by Saddler, aged, list


""" ... ...

modore Com"

9ft)

Capt
1
...

Pretyman

Capt
joeii

Johnson's

b
...

Kildare,
...

4 yrs,

1 1st
.f*

"

Capt
...

iS

Mr

Cunningham's
5ib Mr
"

Chatterbox,
"". ...

4 yrs,

12st 3
...

Owner
Condron's

Abdallah,
Chief
br
c

yrs, 5

1 1st

10ft)

Capt
and

Cubitt's

bg
sovs

Baron,

yrs,

llst8tt);
3 yrs, 9st

Capt
paid
5

Poulett's

Juggernaut,

12ft),

ft

106

RACDTG

CAUENDAB,

Mr

Wallace's Combatant

ch

Little
3
sovs

Greorge and
ft. Won
3 in
a

Capt

son's John-

paid

to

on

Smuggler

Bill.

canter.

Free
sovs

Handicap Sweepstakes, added. Three-quarters of a


gr f

sovs

each,
heats.

20

mile

Mr 3

Lousada's

Flirt" by Tearawaj,
3
...

7rs,9stl3tt"" CaptBell
Cubitt's
b g The

Capt

Chief

Baron,
1 22
...

Capt Cole 5yrs, lOstSft)" Mr Miss ch m Fortune, Cunningham's aged, 12st CaptPretjman Capt Hayes's gr m Flight, 6 yrs, 9st
"

dr

...

4ib

"

^Mr Scott's

Crawford
... ...

dis

Mr and Mr

b g

Administrator,
The

aged,
5 yrs,

12st list

lllfo, 12flt",

Scott's

bg

Old

Fox,

paid.
First

heat,
3 to

even

on betting

Flirt, 2
"

to

agstMiss
and third

Fortune, heats,
even

agst Chief

Baron Chief
won

second

betting between
second
heats

Baron
a

and
"

Flirt. ^third

First

and
a

by

length
of

by

half

length.
Scramble
sovs

Consolation

A
"

Handicap
the beaten the

3.

sovs

each, p p,
the three

20

added,
No One
winner

for

horses

of

days"
to

during by
...

Meeting

allowed
Mr

start

mile.

Morgan's b h 6yrs,llst7ib Capt Poulett's br


"

Goodfellow,

Harkaway,
1
...

CaptHaworth
c

Juggernaut,
...

yrs,
...

lOst"
2
...

CaptPretyman b Capt Johnson's CaptBell

Costume,
...

3 yrs,
...

lOst

4ib

"

...

0
...

AUGUST,

1851.

107

Mr

Scott's
x^WUcF

b g

The
"""

Old

Fox,
"""

5 jrs,
"""

list

7fb"
"""

\j

Capt Thompson's
Mr

ch

Fingal,
...

3 yrs,
...

9st 7ifo
"

Crawford
...

0
"

Capt

Hayes's gr Cunningham Col Shirley'sb


9st 1 1 ft)
"

Flight, 6
Vivandiere,

yrs,

9st 7ib

^Mr 0

Qst 4ft),carried
...

^Mr

Chichester
...

Mr

Carew's
4ft"
"

b g ^MrEarle
on

Benjamin,
...

9st 4tt", carried


...

lOst
0
...

to

Juggernaut,
Won
AUGUST

to
a

agst Old Fox,

5 to

agst Groodfellow.

by

length.
22.

Hurdle
added. mile Mr and Wt
a

Sweepstakes,
for

sovs

each,

ft, 25

soys

age, with four hal^ over


gr
m

sellingallowances.
4-feet hurdles.

One

Harbord's

The
13ft)
m
"

Oaks,

by

Bird1
...

catcher,
Mr

6yrs, Cunningham's
9st
lift)

lOst gr

Magee Flight, 6 yrs,


... ...

9st 8ft),
2
...

carried Mr

Doyle'sb
Cubitt's

h br

Red g

Knight,
Reelfoot,

6 yrs,
4

9st 9ft) 9st 1ft)


lOst

0
...

Capt
Cs^t
Even
3
to

yrs,

0
...

Elirwan'sch

cbylshmael,

5 yrs,

0
...

betting on The Oaks, 5 to 2 agst Reelfoot, agst Red Knight, 5 to 1 agst Flight. Won by a length and a half.
Metropolitan
sovs

The

Stakes
added.

A
"

Handicap,
horse round three

10 saved the

sot"

each, h ft, 100


stake.

Second Once
mile and "100

his rison Gar-

Open
oourse

to

all horses.
one

(about weights

quarters)
ration decla-

and

distance.

Winners

of

after the

of the

5ft) extra.

108

RACUIO

CAUSBDAK^

Mr

BraddeU's

b
"

LitUe
...

George,
-.

by

Bietby,
^
"""

4yr8,7st9ft)
Lord 5ft) Mr Mr Mr

Waterford's
...

^Lilly eh c Captain Grant,


""" """

4 yrs, 8st
"""

^
^ ^
O O

Davis's Harbord's Irwin's

ch

cBamrick,
b
c

3 yrs,
4

6st 7ft)

"""

Cyprus,

yrs,
3

7st 9ft"

"

Thunderbolt,

7ft) yrs, 78t

...

MrMangan'sblcTancred,
Mr

3yrs,7"t
Wallace,

...

Harrison's
6stl0ft) Mr

ch
...

Sir William
...

3 yrs,
^
*

Cunningham's

Chatterbox, Fortune, Brae,


3 4

2fb yrs, Qst

; ;

Mr

Mr

R.

Miss ch m Cunningham's ch f Dolly's Mangan's Grey's c by Tamworth,


b
c c

aged, 88t3tt"
Sst
; ;

yrs,

yrs, 6st 10ft)


5ft)
;

Mr

Johnson's

Kildare,

yrs,

7st

and
sovs

Capt Capt
fU

Johnson's
5 to
4
to

b
2

Costume,

3 yrs, 5
to

7st, paid 5
2

agst Bamrick,

agst LitUe agst Tancred.

George,

agst Capt

Grant,
Won

10 to

by
was

length. nigh
dismounted

Bamrick's
horse The 20
once,
sovs

jockey
at

by

policeman

the

distance.

Scurry
added.

Corinthian
lOst
or

Stakes,
10ft) extra.

sovs

each,
of

7ft) each.

Winners Three

p p, "50

7ft), twice
of
a

more,

qtiar-

ters

mile
b

heats. g The list ch g


1st
"

Mr

Scott's away,

Old

Fox,

by

Hark2

5 yrs,

Capt

Poulett's

Capt Pretyman Smuggler BUI, aged,


and 2d

11

1 let"

Owner

heats,
...

Ci^t
1
...

I^worth 3d
oi^^^y*"
3ft)"

heat
be

Conveyot,

yrs,

list
3 2

Capt

BeU

dr

110

KACING

CAXJBNDAB,

BALLmROBE

RACES. 26.
with G.

AUGUST

Sweepstakes,
40
sovs,

sovs,

Gold

Whip,

value

given by Greorge
heats,
for age
"

O.

Two heat.

mile Wt

four

4-feet yrs and

Higgins, I^q, M P. walls leaped in each,


old,
9st
;

^three
;

four, 9st
4ft): 3ft)

101b;
to
mares

five, lOstTft)
and

six

aged,

list

geldings.
eh h

Mr

Kelly's
"

Fox,

by

Smallhopes,
... ...

5
1 1

Mr James yrs Mr Faulkner's Miss Mr

Kelly
O'Moore,
4

aged
...

3
...

2 dr

Keye's

Kate,
5
sovs

yrs

2
...

Selling Stakes,
and
8st "a half 41b
;

each, 50
Wt
;

sovs
"

added. ^three yrs 4ft) ; six for 10ft)


120
;

One

mile

heats.

for age

old,
and
sovs,
sovs,

four, 9st 10ft)


7ft).
100

five,
to
;

lOst

aged,
allowed
14ft)
;

lOst

If entered
sovs,

be

sold

3ft) ; 30
sovs,

5ft)

80

sovs,

50

21ft).

Winners

of "50

this

season

7ft)extia.
Mr
4

Flynn's
yrs
"

eh g Honest Canavan
...

Tom,

by
...

The

Dean,
1
...

i 2

Mr

Canny's
Mr

bre

St John,

4 yrs

2
...

Lawson's

Miss

O'Moore,

aged, aged, paid ft.


AUGUST

Weasel,

and

Mr

Faulkner's

27.
20
sovs

Sweepstakes,
heats, four
for
age
"

sovs,

added.
in

Two heat.
lOst
to

mile Wt
lOlb
mares

4-feet

walls

jumped
aged,

each

^three

five, llstlOft);
and

yrs six

old, 9st
and

lift) ; 12st:

four,
3ft)

geldings.

112

RACING

CAI"ENDAR,

SEPTEMBER.

CURRAGH

SEPTEMBER

MEETING,
SEPT.

1851.

TUESDAY,

2.

Scurry

Stakes,
Post.

sovs

each,

25

sovs

added.

Anglesey
Lord

Waterford's

ch
"

Peri,
f

by

Birdcatcher,
...

3 yrs,

7st 41b
Newcomen's

Doyle
ch
...

I
...

Mr
OSt

R.

Lady
...

Cecilia,
...

2 yrs,
...

"7l!D

Capt
Mr Mr
2 4 to

Johnson's Dunne's ch

br

m ni

Carbuncle, Portia, Nono,


2 4
to to

5 yrs,
8st

8st 21b
.".

3 O O

M.

6 4 1 1
a

yrs, yrs,

7ft"

Irwin's
to

g Pio

7st
...

agst

Peri,

agst

Lady
Nono.

Cecilia,

agst Carbuncle,
Won

agst Pio

by
sovs,

half
h

length.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
the Trainers^ Waterford Burke's

10

fl, 20
20
sovs

added the

from Turf

Fund

and Post

from

Club.
Sir T.

ch

Cock-crow,

Bro

to
"

cleer, ChantiG.
Har"*.

by Bii-dcatcher,
nson
...

3 yrs, 7st 7ft)


... ...

jt

Lord

Waterford's
*""

ch

Captain
"""

Grant,
"""

yrs,
^
"""

8st9ft"
Mr Mr Lord Mr Mr J. Barron's Nolan's blc

Mallet,

3 yrs, 3

7st
...

3 0
"""

Dauphin,
ch f

yrs,
3

7st 9ft)

Waterford's

Peri,
3 yrs,

yrs, 7st 6ft)

0
...

Quin's

Whiff,
bl
c

7st 4ft)
...

Mangan's
b
c

Tancred,
4 yrs,

3 yrs,

7st 10ft)
;

Mr

Wynn's

Kildare,

7st 10ft)

Mr

Nunn's

SEFTEMBEB,

1851.

113

br

by Lanercost,
1ft) ; and

Prior

7st
ranna,

Lord
2 yrs,

(h-b)

Margaret's dam, 3yrs, Waterford's b c Dice, by Corft. 6st 4ft",paid 5 sovs


br
h

of St

Lord

Waterford's

Duch-an-dhurras,
f

6 yrs,

Dolly's Brae, 4 yrs, Sst Nolan's bf by Tearaway, Blucher's 10ft) ; Mr dam, ch f Chaseaway, 3 yrs^ Watts's Sst 5ft) ; Mr 4 yrs, Mr Osborne's b f by Humming Sst 5ft" ; and Bird,
ch
out

9st 7ft) ; Mr

Mangan's

of
2
to

Queen
1

Elizabeth,
3 1

3 yrs,
to

7st, paid

sovs

ft.
4 to 1

agst Mallet,
5 to

agst Dauphin,

a^t

Ck"ck-crow,

agst Captain Grant.


a

Won The
yrs
50

by

length.
10
sovs,

Anglesey
"

Stakes,
Second
race

p p,

for

two

old
sovs

colts

Sst

4ft),fillies Sst.
horse

Anglesey
saved dozen his

Post* stake.

added.
of the Club. ch of
c

The

winner
to

gave

three

of champagne

the

Mr

Disney's
out

Indian

Warrior,

by
dead

pier, Na-

Jannette-"
...

Lilly
...

heat,
*
...

Magee
Mr Mr Mr 3Ir Mr Mr Mr

after
or

Hyland's b Colgan's ch
Dunne's M. b

br

Allegro, by Magpie
Chase
...

f
c

Chevy
Redmond
c c

0
...

CHanlon
... ...

0 0 0

Dunne's

ch ch

Warhawk Thunder
... ... ... ...

Harrison's

Keegan's
Watts's IVIr Balfe's

ch f Matilda f Miss
c

0 0
... ...

ch

Bernard Alba
;

Disney's f by Harkaway, Howth's Lord ch f Nounnahal ; Remnant Murphy's b c by Ugly Buck, out of ; Mr Sister to O'Meagher's b or br c Johnny ; Mr a Galtimore Whaley's b f The Robber's Daugh; Mr
by Seahorse,
K

Mr

114

EACma

CALENDAR,

ter

Mr

Quin's

ch

by Lothario,
by Corranna,
c

out out
;

of

Fuyard

;
;

Lord Lord

Waterford's
Waterford's
c

b f

of Perdita Bouchier's
ch f

cli

Lancaster
;

Mr

gr or ro the-wind Mr
c

BufF-and-blue
;

Mr f

Clarke's

Split;

Mr b f

Clancy's
Anna Recluse
; j

Clancy's
by
out

by Crescent, by Corranna, Melody ; Mr


b Maria
; ;

Lodola
Lrwin's f br

Tearaway,
of Wee

Mr

Irwin's b
or

by
g

Polish,
The
out out

Mr

Keegan's
b f

Orphan
Cook
;

Mr

Nolan's Westenra's

of

The

Col

of Isora
; ;

Lord

Waterford's ch

ch
c

Monica Puss Mr and


2 3 to

Lord

Waterford's ch f

by Launcelot, f by Freney, Corranna^ c by by Harkaway,


Echidna M.
;

Mr

Watts's ch
c

by Retriever,
Clari
;

Watts's Mr
to

Gason
1

by Magpie, pcdd.
Warrior,

Mr

iDunne

agst Indian

5 to 2 5 to

agst Allegro,
I

agst Redmond 1 10 to Bernard,


I

O'Hanlon, agst any

agst Miss

other;

deciding beat,

5 to

on

Allegro.
Won

hj

half

length.
3.

WEDNESDAY,

Second

Class
two

of yrs

Sharavogue
old
"

Stakes,
8st

10

sovs

each,

for

colts
to

.4ifo,fillies 8st*
stallions
The winner
or

Anglesey
mares,

Post.
to

31fo allowed 30
sovs

untried

5ib

both

added.
extra.

of the

Anglesey
Waterford's

Stakes
ch
"

71b

Lord
Red Mr
oSw

Lancaster, by Corranna,

Rose,

8stllb b
c

Colgan's
1 ro

by

J.Doyle Harkaway,^ Iron-mould,


...
...

"."

...

...

"."

Lord

Waterford's Waterford's
b f

ch

Lord

by

by Harkaway, Corranna, Perdita

Puss
;

Col

SEPTEMBER,

1851.

lid

Westenra's of Leinster Bateman's

King
;

O'Neill

Mr

Irwin's

The

Duke
;

Mr
c

eh
;

Disney's c Dismay;
Dillon's

Indian Sir b
c

Warrior T. Burke's

Mr ch
c

Thunder

and

Mr

by Magpie, Ennui,
Won in
a

paid.
4 and

5 to

on

Lancaster. Plate of

canter.

Her

Majesty's
"

lOOgs
;

for

horses,
lOst

"c.
;

Wt

for age
1st

five, 1

^three yrs 4ft) ; six and


to
mares

old, 9st 9ft"

four,

1 lib

3ft) allowed

aged, 1 1st 7ft). and geldings.

Two

miles.

Mr

Watts's
"

ch

The

Marquess, by Birdcatcher,
1
... ... ...

3 yrs ^Foley Lord Waterford's Mr Wallace's


1 1
on

ch
c

Lord

George, 6
4

yrs

2
...

ch

Little

George,
3 to 1

yrs

3
...

3 to

5 to

Marquess, agst Little George.


Won

The

agst Lord

George,

by

length

and

half. 10

Railway
sovs,

Stakes
sovs

(firstclass) Sweepstakes,
"

ft, 50

added

by
Post.

the and

Great
50

Southern
sovs

and

Western Club.
T. Burke's

Railway Company
Waterford ch
"

by

the

Turf Sir

Cock-crow,

by Birdcatcher,
1
... ...

Mr

3yrs,6st7ft) Mangan's ch
Waterford's
lUlu
...

J.Wynne f Dolly's Brae,


br h

yrs,

7st

12ft)

Lord
oSt

Duch-an-dhurras,
... ...

6 yrs,
...

"5

Mr Mr Mr

Nolan's
Watts's Atkinson's
I SX

ch ch

h f

Blucher,

6 yrs,

8st

12ft)
...

0 0
...

Chaseaway,
c

3 yrs,
to

7st 8ft)
4

ch
...

Brother
..*

Dough,
...

yrs,
...

Olt)

Mr

Irwin's

Thunderbolt,
b f

yrs, 7st

1 ft)
... ...

0 0

Mr

Courtenay's

Coquette,

3 yrs, 68t

116

RACING

CALENDAB,

Lord
Sst lib
; ; ;

Waterford's
Lord

ch

Captain Grant,
ch
c

yrs,

Waterford's ch

RoUer,
3

yrs,.78t

71b
71b

Lord Mr

Waterford's Nolan's bl
c

Lancaster,
yrs,
;

Dauphin,
4 yrs,

3 yrs, Yst 7st 41b ; Mr Mr Davies's b f ft.


6
to

Clarke's
ch
c

b f Isabella,
3

6st
;

12ib

Bamrick,

yrs,

6st 81b
3 yrs, 2 to 1

and

Mr

Keary's
2
sovs

by Birdcatcher,
2 1
to

Circe,

6st 6lb,
1

paid

agst Cock-crow,
5 to
a

agst Blucher,
to

agst DoUy's Brae,


Won

agst Brother
and
a

Dough.

by
15

length
10

half. yrs old Years Old


"

Sweepstakes,
colts
Sst

sovs,

ft, for
New

two

7ft),fillies Sst 21b.


31b

Two stallions

Course. 51b Lord J. Mr


to

allowed

to

untried

or

mares,

both. ch
...

Waterford's

Lancaster, by Corranna
walked
... ...

"

Doyle
N.
;

over

Balfe's

Picquet
b

;
c

Sir T.Burke's
Bewick
; ;

Sam

Gray

Sir

T.

Buite's

Lord Watts's ch
c

ford's Waterchc

chc

by Harkaway,
Clari
;

Puss Mr

Mr

by Magpie, paid.

and

Watts's

Heffran

Sweepstakes,
Sst

15

sovs,

ft,for
51b

two

yrs

old

"

colts
to

51b, fillies Sst.


stallions
31b
or

Anglesey
mares,

Post.
to

3ft" allowed

untried any Mr stake

both.

Winner

of

extra

for

each. b
"

G.

Watts's

(jun)
ch
"*"

f ^E.

Mickey
Lord
"/8
V

Free, 7st 9Ib


c

May-blossom, Keegan

by
1
...

Waterford's
...

Lancaster,
...

by Corranna,
...

...^

Lord Lrwin's

Waterford's b
c

ch of

by Harkaway,
;

Puss

Mr

Duke

Leinster

Mr

Irwin's

b f

by

118

RACING

CALENDAB)

Lord Mr Lord
OSv

Howth's

f ch

by Harkaway,
f Miss b
"""

Remnant,
8st

8st

31b
...

2 3

Watts's

Bernard,
f

31b

Waterford's

by Corranna,
""" """

Perdita,
...

vf

Mr
Mr

Keegan's
Balfe's
b
c

ch
f
c

Matilda,

8st
...

0
...

by
by

Seahorse,

White

Rose

Mr

Bowling's Disney's b
Nourmahal

Magpie, Lady ; by Magpie, Ennui


;

Mr
;

J. Mr

Davies's

ch b

Fanny
out

Kemble
a

Murphy's
;

Harkaway ; Mr Mr Disney's ch f f by Harkaway, c by Ugly Buck,


Waterford's
ch
c

of

Sister

to

Johnny
;

Lord

by Harkaway,
of

Puss

Daughter ; Mr Tickle-my-fancy,
Clari
; ;

ber's Whaley*s b f The RobWhaley's b c by Magpie, out Mr h-b


;

Mr
ch f

Watts's
f

ch

by

Magpie,
Echidna

Mr

Watts's
Westenra's

and

Col

by Retriever, by Freney, Isora,


to

paid.
6
to

agst Lidian

Warrior,
Won

agst Matilda.

easily.
of 100
;

Her yrs
mares

Majesty's
"

Plate

gs

for
8st

two

and

three
3ft)
to

old

^two

yrs,

6st 41b
One

three,
mile

7ft) :
a

and Watts's
3
"

geldings.
ch
c

and

half.

Mr

The

Marquess, by Birdcatcher,
1
.. ... ...

Mr

^Foley yrs b J. Barron's


Waterford's yrs
...

Mallet,
b
c

3 yrs

...

...

Lord
"5

by
...

Corranna,
...

Monica,
...

Mr Mr

Mr Mr Mr

May-blossom, 2 yrs b c Bold Reardon's Boy (lateThemistocles) by Fancy Boy, 2 yrs Courtenay's ch f Fairy, 2 yrs
Smith's
b f
... ... ... ... ...

0
0

Dunne's Maxwell's

Brass, by Freney,
c

2 yrs

...

ch

by Bretby,

yrs

0
...

SEPTEMBEB,

1851.

119

Even colt.

betting
Won

on

The

Marquess,

to

ica agst Mon-

very

easily.
for added, p p, 25 sovs Post. Colts 8st 7ft),fillies
to

Selling Stakes,
two

5 sovs,

yrs 3Ib.
sovs.

old. All

Anglesey
horses
to

8st 100

entering subject
be sold for 75
;

be

sold

for

If entered
sovs,

sovs,

allowed 28ft).

9ib
Sir

50

14ft) ;

30

sovs,

21ft)

25

sovs,

T.

Burke's B.
"

Bewick,
...

by

Birdcatclier,
1
... ...

6st 7ft)
Mr
I Sv

Doyle
b
c
...

Irwin's
I lU

by
b
c

Harkaway,
...

Iron-mould,
""" "..

"i

Mr Mr

O'Meagher's L. Keegan's
7st 3ft)
...

Galtimore,
The
...'

6st 7ft)
...

b f

Robber's
...

Daughter,
0
...

Mr Mr

Watts's

chc ch

Warhawk,
f

6st 7ft)
... ...

0 0
...

Disney's

Nourmahal,
b f

6st 3ft)

Lord
2 1
to

Waterford's
1

by Corranna,
5 to
2

Perdita, paid.
4
to

agst Bewick,

agst Nourmahal,
half 35
a

agst Iron-mould.
The winner
to
was

Won sold

by
for

neck. 10 of which

sovs"

went

the

fund.
5

Selling Stakes,
mile
three and
a

sovs,

half

on

the
;

p Peel

p, 25

sovs

added. Wt

One
"

Course.

for age

yrs

old, 9st
lOst

four, lOst;
:

five, lOst
to to

7ft)

six and

and

aged,
sovs.

lift)

3ft)

allowed

mares

geldings.
150 allowed
21ft).

All If

horses
entered
sovs,

entering subject
to

be

sold for
sovs, sovs,

be
30

sold
sovs,

for 14ft)

100
; 20

7ft) ; 75

10ft) ;

Lord

Waterford's
4 yrs,

ch

c
"

Freney,

9st 4ft)

Captain Grant, J. Doyle

by
1
...

120

RACING

CAUBNBAS,

Mr

Coatsworth's

ch

Sir William
""" ...

Wallace,
"""

SyrSyTstTlb Mr Kearfs b f by Birdcatcher, Circe,


I

3 yrs,
"""

St

1 1 Id

"""

"""

"""

"$

Capt
Mr Mr

Cubitt^sb g Chief Baron, 5 jrs, 8st 111b


c

0 0

Quin'sb
J. IID

Whiff,

3 yrs, 8st 4ft)

...

ch f Fitzgerald's
"""

3 yrs, 7st All's-lost-now,


""" .*" """

\f

to

agst Sir William


Won

Wallace,
a

2 to

agst

Captain Grant.

by
FBIDAY,

half

length.

5.

Railway Stakes, 10
to

soys

each, for
added 100

two
soys.

yrs

old,
Colts The

which

the

Turf

Club

8st3fi". SstTlfoyfillies
to

AngleseyPost.
mares,

31b allowed

untried

stallions or

51b to both. in

winner Mr
Mr

of the

Anglesey Stakes

1851, 5fb

extra.

ch c Indian Weurior, by Napier, Disney's 88t7lb Magee 8st 7lb Hyland'sbr c Allegro,
"

...

...

...

1 2 3

...

...

Lord Lord
OSl

Waterford's

ch

Lancaster,

8st 4ft)
...

Waterford's
olD
...

ch f

by Ugly Buck, Royalty,


."" ... ...

vl

Lord
f

Caledon's b
...

Barbarian, by Simoom,
... ...

8st
...

ro

yj

Mr

b Courtenay's

or

br

by Lothario, 8st 4ft)


... ...

0 0

Mr
Mr

Watts's W.

ch

Heffran, 8st 7fb


br f The

Hatch's

Syren Queen, 7st 12ft),


... ... ...

carried 8st 2ft)

0 0

Mr
Mr

Kelly'sbl
J. Tate's
8st4ft)

c c
...

by Ugly Buck, Sylph,Sst 7ft) by Freney, dam by Skylark,


... ... ...

fCEPTBlIBEB,

185i.

121

Mr Mr

Conon/s
Keegan's

b b

e c

by Tearaway, Medea, by Magpie, Pheasant,


b f

Sst 4ib 89t41b


;

0 0

Lord

Waterford's
ch
c

by Corraiina,Perdita

Lord

Fuss Rnssby Harkaway, ; Lord borougb's chcby Tearaway, Cruiskeen ; MrWatts's Discretion Mr cb c J, Warhawk, by Magpie, ; ch f Lady Cecilia ; Mr P. Bowling's b c by Knox's Mr Harrison's ch c Lady Harkaway Magpie, ; Thunder IronColgan's b c by Harkaway, ; Mr Balfe's mould c Pirate, by Seahorse, Alba ; Mr ; Mr M. Dunne's b
c

Waterford's

Brass
to

by Ugly Buck,
c

Sister

b c Whittingstall's Johnny ; Mr O'Meagher's


;

Mr

Galtimore
;

Sir

T.

Burke's b
c

Sir John
;

IVankCourtec c

lin

Sir
ch f

T.

Burke's

Sam

Gray

Mr

Watts's ch by Lothario, Moleskin ; Mj CJut-chat, b by Magpie, Clari ; Mr C. Dillon's Mr J. Gassid/s br c Master by Magpie, Ennui ;

nay's

Fred

Mr ch
c

Lrwin's

The

Duke

of

Leinster

Mr

Balfe's Danceaway ; Mr Mr f Ficquet ; Olphert's b f by Harkaway, dam Platoff ; Mr Willington's br or bl f by by Hetman dam Recompense, by Troilus ; Mr Kelly'sb c by dam Mr by Birdcatcher Ugly Buck, Kelly's^ ; b c by Ugly Buck, Lady Guy, and Mr Udney paid

Lrwin's

by

Polish,

5 4 to

to

agst Lidian

Warrior,
colt, 6
to

2 to 1

agst Allegro,

agst Lothario
Won

agst Lancaster.

by
Plate

two

lengths.
100
;

Her for 9st Lord age 12tt"


"

Majesty's
three
;

of

gs Four

for

mares.

Wt
;

old, Sst yrs six and aged, lOst.


ch 3 yrs
"

four,

9st

41fo

fire,

miles.

Waterford's of Erin,

f J.

Kick-up-the-dust,

by
1
."

Star

Doyle

...

122

BAcma

CAunrDAB,

Mr
Mr

Watts's

b f The gr f

Countess,

3 jrs
4

2
...

Conrtenaj's
Wallace's
to
to

Caprice,
to

3rrs

3
"""

Mr
2 4

bf

Sister

Little

Greorge, 3
to

yrs

1 1

agst Eick-up-the-dust, 3
Countess*
Won

agst Caprice^

agst The

hj

half

length.
"

Railway
sovs,

Stakes

ft, 60

and Turf

Western

(second class) Sweepstakes, 10 Southern added hj the Great SOYS and 50so\rs by the Railway Company
One
mile and
a

Club.

quarter

on

the

Fed

Course. Mr

Nolan's
SstlOft)
"

ch

Blucher,
...

by Harkaway,
...

yrs,
1
...

^Foley
br
...

Lord
oSl

Waterford's
1 ")ID

Duch-an-dhurras,
...

6 yrs,
"""

'...

Lord
8st

Waterford's
lOib
...

ch

Lord
...

George,
...

6 yrs,
0
...

Capt
Sir
Mr Mr

Johnson's T.

br

Carbuncle,
The

5 yrs,
3 yrs,

7st lOib

0
0

Burke's
b
c

b f

Kelpie,

7st 6ft
...

Irwin's R. T.

Thunderbolt,
c

3 yrs,

7st lib

Gray's br
...

Roderick.
...

Random,
...

3 yrs,
0
...

6st 101b
Mr Lord 5st

Newcomen's Waterford's
I21b Burke's ch f

br f b
...

Toy,

3 yrs,

6st lOib
...

Redmond
...

O'Hanlon,

yrs, 0
...

Sir T.
Mr

ch

Cock-crow,
3 3

3 yrs, yrs,

7st lOflb
8Ib
;

Watts's

Chaseaway,
Coquette,
Buck,
3
to

7st
;

Mr

Courtenay's
Waterford's
7 to Lord
4

b f f

yrs,

6st
2

and ft. 5
to

Lord

by Ugly

paid

sovs

agst Kelpie,
Won

agst Toy,

agst

George. easily.

8EFTElffBEB"

185L

123

The 25
SOYS or

Corinthian added.

Stakes,
Rode
at

10

sots

each, h It, with


of

by

Members

the

Turf

Club United

Coffee-room Service and

Kildare,
in the

Kildare-street, Clubs,
or
or

Sackville-street

by

Commissioned
One mile and br
a

Officers half
on

Army

Navy.

the

Peel

Course^ heats.

Mr
4

Scott's

St John,
"

by Magpie,
1st

3ifo yrs, list T. Kennedy Mr heats


...

Owner

heat,
4th 0
*

dead, 3d
...

and

...

Sir

T.

Burke's

ch g Pio lOst

Nono, Peri,
...

4 yrs,

lOst, carried
Lord
lOst

7ft)" Mr
ch BeU f

Pahner
3

10

Waterford's 7ft)"

yrs,
0
...

Capt

Mr

Cunningham's
5 yrs, lOst

The

Celt,
0
...

7ft)" Mr
chc

St John

Lord

Waterford's
12st

Captain Grant,
Fitzgerald
ch
m

4 yrs,

7ft)" Mr

3
...

Mr

Cunningham's
aged,
12st gr

Miss

tune, For2
...

5ft)

Owner
"

dis

Mr

Mitchell's
lOst First
"

f Bustle,
...

yrs,
dis
...

Owner heat
won

by

two

lengths
"

^third and

fourth

cleverly.

KILCOCK
SEPTEMBER

RACES.
15*
3
sovs,

Optional
added.
hurdle 12st
race
:

Selling Stakes,
each. value 3ft) to 100

p p,

20

sovs ^r

Winner
sovs,

of

steeple chase
with Two

7ft) extra, and

selling
mile

allowances

mares

geldings.

heats,

over

four hurdles.

124

KACIirO

CAUENDAB,

Mr

Martin's
I08t41b
"

gr

Flight, by Arthur,
... ...

Sjra,
1
...

Owner
gr
...

Mr
I

A.
ilD

M"Donogh's
.."

Vulcan,
...

aged,
6 jrs,
...

lOst
...

*t

Mr
X

Harbord's
X

gr
.r.

The
...

Oaks,

1 1st
...

ID

")

")

Mr

Carter^s
heat

b g
won

Irish

Duke,
neck
"

aged,
second 3

lOst

51b
a

First

by

by half

length.
sovs

Optional Selling Stakes,


added. Wt for and mile b
"

soys

each, p p, 20
and
to

age,

with
41fo

selling
nuires

maiden and

allowances
One Mr

penalties :
and
a

ings. geld-

half

heats.

Canavan's

Cjrprus, by Inheritor,
Canavan
0
...

4yrs,9st5ft)
Mr

Mr

Mr

Toy, 3 yrs, 8st 8ft) (including6ft) extra) Farewell (lateWanton,) Doyle's bm 3 yrs, 78t6st(m) f by b Nolan's Tearaway, 4 yrs, 9st lift) (including 4ft) extra)
Newcomen's
br f
... ... ... ... ...

dr

Mr

Burke's
8st 1ft)

Roderick
...

Random,
...

3 yrs, Q
...

(m)
ch g

dr

Mr

Martin's

Fingal,
...

3 yrs,
...

7st 4ft),
0 0

(m)
First
heat

dr

...

...

won
a

by
half
"

half

neck"

second
a

by

length

and

^third

by

half

neck.

SEFTEMBEB

16^

SellingStakes,
each,
with

sov

each,
half

10
:

soys

added.
to
mares

1 1st

selling allowances
One nule and

3tt)

and

geldings.

heats,

OYer

4 hurdles..

126

BACING

CALENDAR,

Mr

Martin's

gr

The
m

Oaks, Wire,
a

aged, 10st7!b
4

Mr

Brindley's
First
heat

br

yrs,

Sst

13ib

3 neck.

won

hj
5
sovs

head"

-second 15
sovs

by

Sweepstakes,
71b
to

each,

added.

ISst
:

each.
mares

Thorough-bred and geldings.

horses Two mile

Tib

extra

Sib

heats,

steeple

chase Mr

course.

Ryan's ch g 6 yrs" Hogan b Capt Cubitt's MrM*Creight


Lane's

Champion,
...

by
..r

Welc(mie,
I
...

Steam
...

Engine,
...

aged
Owner

"

2
...

Mr

b g Mark

Tapley, aged
heats
won

"

dis

Both

cleverly.
10
sovs

Sweepstakes,
for
mares

sovs

each,
horses mile

added.
;

"Wt 3ft" to

age

thorough-bred

7ft) extra heats, flat

and

geldings.
b g 9st

Two

course.

Mr

J. Power's

Harlequin,
9ft)"

by Verulam,
1
"..

(th-b)
Mr Lane's

5 yrs,
b
m

Gribbons

Betsy Prig,
b g

6 yrs,
8st

9st 7ft) 6ft)


...

0 2 3 0

2
3 0 0

Capt Cubitt's

Artist,
Swiss

yrs,

MrLyons'sbmMaidof Mr L. Byrne's ch m
Won

Roan,6

JTS,
3 yrs,

9st2H"

Girl,
a

78t 4ft)

by
SOBFTEMBEB

half

length*
23*

Sweepstakes,
for age, with
:

sovs

each,
on

30

sovs

added. and

Wt

penalties
3ft) to
mares course.

winners

half-bred^
Two mile

aUowances

and

geldings.

4ieats, steeplechase
Mr Lane's
b
m

come) Betsy Prig, by Wellist

6 yrs,

6ft)"

.Owner
.c

8EPTEMBEB"

1851.

127

Mr

Martin's
list 13ft)

gr
...

The

Oaks,
...

aged,
2
...

0 0

2 0

dr
dr

MrBryan'sbmLinnet,6yrs,llstlft"
Mr Irwin's b g Lord
...

Edward,
...

3 yrs, 1
...

9st5ib
Lord

dr

Carlingford's ch m glimmer, aged, list lib


First
and third
from
on an

Tip-thedis
...

heats

won

bj

head.
the
that

The

Stewards,
heat Oaks'

second
The

yoid,

conflictingtestimonj, declared objection raised by Mr Lane


him.

jockey

obstructed

Sweepstakes,
for
mares

sots

each,

10

sovs

added.

Wt
to

i^e

and

7ft" extra thorough-bred horses ; 31b mile heats, flat course. geldings. Two
br
"

Mr

Brindley's
4yrs,
Sstllft)

Wire,

by Warlike,
1
... ...

Gibbons Chief

Capt
Mr

Cubitt's
lOst

b g

Baron,
...

5 yrs,
2
...

th-b,

(fell)
b
m

Martin's

Maid
"""

of Roan,
"""

5 yrs, dis
"""

9st 7lb
First

heat
"

won

by
in I
a

half
canter.

length

"

second

by three

lengths

third

Sweepstakes,
Purse added.
;

soy

each,
age : and

10

sovs

with

Ladies'
horses

Wt 3ft" to

for
mares

thorough-bred
geldings.
Two

7lb extra
heats. Mr

mile

KeU/s
Lennan

b g
...

Highlander,
...

5 yrs, 9st 2ft"


...

"

1
"""

Mr
Mr

Vincent'sbm

Red b
m

Norah,

6 yrs, 9st
3 yrs,

7tt"

dr

Walpole's
Lane's

Whitefaoe,

8st 4fb

dis dis

Mr

b g Mark First

Tapley, aged, 9st 7ft"


heat
won

easily.

128

BACING

CAUSNDAS,

DOWN

ROYAL

CORPORATION

RACES.

(Maze
SEPTEMBER

Course.)
23. gs,

Queen's
9ib

Plate

of

100

(formerly
three
1 lb
;

run

for

at

Londonderry.)
;

Wt 91b
;

for

age"

four,
:

8st

five, 9st
to
mares

old, Tst yrs six and aged,

9st 31b
mares,

31b

allowed bred in in

and

geldings. Horses,
of other

"c. 51b

the

county
to

Londonderry
allowances.

allowed

addition

all

Two
Mr
4

miles.

Courtenay's gr ^E. Keegan yrs


"

Caprice, by Coronation,
1
... ... ...

Mr Mr Mr

r^olan's Watts's
L'win's 5 to 4
on

ch b b
c
m

Blucher,
The

6 yrs
3

2
... ...

Countess,

3 yrs

3
...

Thunderbolt,
2 to 1
a

yrs

4
.."

Blucher,
Won

agst The
canter*

Countess,

3 to

agst Caprice.
Kilwarlin

in

Stakes
sovs

"

Sweepstakes,
for
8st
two

10

sovs
"

each,
colts horse

h
8st

ft,

30

added,
and Kilwarlin mile. Horses 5Ib.
c

7lb, Mies
his

geldings
A

31b.

old yrs Second about 31b

saved

stake.
a

Course,
winner
once,

three^xtra
;

quarters of twice, 71b.


not

having

started

twice

and

did

win,

allowed b

Mr

Irwin's
8st

Tom

Moody,
"%"

by
""*

Harkaway,
1
...

Mr
2

21b-~-Lynch Kennedy's ch c Carnew,


to

8st

7ib
...

on

Tom

Moody.
"

"Won

by

length.
5
sovs

Lisburn
20
sovs

Stakes added.

Sweepstakes,
for age, with

each,
allow-

Wt

maiden

SEPTEUBEB,

1851.

129

ances

Sib

to

mares

and

geldings.
horse saved

One
his

mile stake.

and

quarter
Mr
4

heats. eh g
"

Second
Pio

Irwin's

Nono,

by Retriever,
1
...
...

7rs,8st29b
Connor's
ch
"""

^Lynch
c

Mr
I

Sir William
...

Wallace,
...

3 yrs,
...^ Cu

Mr

ch Jelly's
2
to

Marquess
Pio ch Mr miles.
SEPTEMBER

of

Carrabas,
Won
in
a

3 yrs,

7st, pd"

on

Nono.
c, 4

canter.

Mr and

M'Grath's
received from Two

(Byrne,) walked 20 Caherty's b h sovs,


yrs,
"

over,

ft,

9st each.

24. Plate of 40 of 5
sovs

The
to
a

Belfast

Tradesman's

sovs,

added

Free

Handicap
horse saved
a

Sweepstakes
his stake.

each, p p.
about
two

Second
miles Mr

T.P.C.,

and

quarter.
br ^E. ch
b
m m

Clarke's
7st llifo
"

Isabella, by Tearaway,
... ...

yrs,
1
...

Keegan

Mr Mr Mr

Irwin's Bond's

g Pio

Nono,

yrs,
8st

8st

Ifib
... ...

Myrtilla,4
b h

yrs,

3ft)
8st

Morgan's

Goodfellow,
...

6 yrs,
...

21b,
4
...

(including
Even
3 to 1

5ft)

extra)

betting

on

Isabella,
4 to
two

2 1

to

agst Pio

Nono,

agst Goodfellow,
Won

agst

Myrtilla.

by

lengths. Cup
;

Downpatrick Sweepstakes,
never won
a

Challengeable
10
sovs

Hunters'
that
was

each,
or

ft, for horses


to

racing plate

stake

which 100

Challengeable Cup, S* Ker, Esq. given by David


added the
"

value
^to become

sovs,

the pro-

130

KACEKG

CAUBSDAMf

pertjr of
age: The Mr

the
to

winner
mares

two

suooesraTe

years.
Three
extra.

Wt

for

3fl"

and

geidings.
year
6""

miles.

winner

of the
b
c

previous
Banshee,
"""

Caldwell's
8st 8""
"

by Magpie^
"""

yrs,
1
"""

W^ynne
eh
1
on
c

Mr

Gordon^s 6
to

Statesman,

3 yrs,

Tst

2
""

5 and Maze added.


to
mares

Banshee.

Woneasilybyakngtli.
3
sovs

Stakes
Wt and horse

"

Sweepstakes,
with

each,
and

20
;

sots

for age,

selling allowances
mile
a

49b

gelcQngs. One
saved ch
c

quarter.

Second Mr

his

stake. William
"

Connor's

Sir
3

Wallace,
^".

by
1
...

Young
Mr
4

Emilius,
b
c

3rrs, 7st

Wynne's
yrs,

Post-boy
...

Keegan (late Conveyor,)


...
.

9Bt 41b
br b
c

2
...

Mr Mr. Mr

Caldwell's Jameson's
Hawkins's Even

f Charlotte,

yrs,
Sst

8st
...

3 0
...

Tower,

yrs,

12ft)

b g
on

Croydon, aged,
Sir William
two

8st

10tt"
...

0 1

betting
Won winner

Wallace,

3 to

agst

Tower. The fund.

by
was

lengths.
for "31
"

sold

"11

went

to

the

SEPTEMBER

25.

Queen's
Wt
for age
"

Plate

of

"100

(late

Irish

currency.)
8st

live, 8st

^three yrs 12tt) ; six and 51b. ch Three

old, 6st 7ft) ;

four,

3ft)

aged, 9st:
miles.

mares

and

ings geld-

allowed
Mr

Watts's

Chaseaway,
...

by
"""

Harkaway,
1
...

3yrs
Mr

J.Wynne Courtenay^s gr
"

Caprice,
Won

yrs

2
...

2 to

on

Caprice.

cleverly.

8"PT"MB"B,

185L

131

K
Bailway
Sweepstakes
saved
fund. his One

Plate
of 10

of

40

soys,

added

to

Handicap
horse
to

sovs

each, 6 ft

Second
5
sovs

stake.
mile b
m

Winner and three

paid
quarters.

the

Mr

Clarke's 6st 7lb


"

Isabella, hj Tearaway,
... ...

4 yrs, 1
...

^Miller b
...

Mr

Henderson's 6st
lOfib

Harum-scarum,
... ...

yrs,
2
*..

Mr

Irwin's Mr Bond's gr
c

Thunderbolt,
m

3 yrs,
4

7st 7ib

...

MyrtiUa,
4

yrs,

7st 91b, and

Mr

Barry's
Even The

Geraldine,

betting on
for and

ft. yrs, 6st 10ft), paid 5 sovs Won Isabella. by a length.


5
sovs

Hopeful Stakes,
two
;

each, pp,
old and
"

20

sovs

added,
lOft)

three
:

yrs

three, 8st 12tfo


Second
once,

mares

yrs, 6st geldings allowed


^two

3ifo.
A

horse 31b

saved
extra
;

his

stake.

Half
;

mile.

winner

twice, 7ft) extra


started twice

thrice,
did

lOft) extra.
not

Hordes allowed ch
4ft).
c

having

and

win,

Mr

Clarke's

Marquess
9st
lib
...

of

Carrabas,

by
"

Birdcatcher,

3 yrs,
...

3ft) extra) (incl.


1
... """

Magee
Mr Irwin's be

Tom

Moody,
...

yrs,
...

6st

131b,
2
"""

(incL
Mr
2 to

3ft)

Pearce's
1
on

extra) b c Johnny,

2 yrs,

6st lOlb
Won
20

3
...

Marquess

of Carrabas. 5
a

by
sovs

head. added.

Optional Stakes,
Three
Mr

sovs,

quarters
ch

of
c

mile

pp, heat". of

Clarke's

Marquess

Carrabas,
1
2

by Birdcatcher, Mr Stewart's bg

3 yrs, 7st 1 2ft)" E. Keegan Artful Dodger, 5 yrs, 7st 7ft) heats
won

1
2

Both

easily.

132

BAcnrG

caixkdas.

26.

Queen's
9st mile 59b

Plate

of

100

gs.
4tt" ;

old, 6st 7ft" ; four, 8Bt


:

age five, 9st ; six


"

Wt

for

^thiee jrs

anda^d,

3ft" allowed

to

mares

and of the

heats.
4""

The
extra.

winner

geldings. Two Queen's Plate on

Thursday
Mr

Knaresbro^s
3 yrs, way, J. Wynne

ch

6st

Chaseaway, by Hark8fi) (ind. 4ib extra)


"

1
... """ ...

1 2 3 4

Mr Mr Mr Mr
3

Courtenay's
Osborne's
Ward's Nolan's
to

gr
c

Caprice,
Blue,

4 3

yrs yrs
3 yrs

2
...

br

True

4
...

chc ch

Sir Wm.
h

Wallace,
6 yrs
8
to to

3
... ...

^lucher,
heat, 5

5 William

dr

on

Chaseaway,
second

1
on

agst

Sir

Wallace" First
two

Chaseaway.
half
"

heat

won

by

length
Free
sovs

and

second

by

lengths.

Hillsborough
5
sovs

Stakes

"

Handicap
added,
for

stakes, Sweepall ages.

each,
of
a

20 mUe.

Three-quarters
Mr Bond^s b
"

Myrtilla, by
...

Simoom,
...

yrs,
1
...

7st6ib
Mr Mr

^Pearce b f b
...

Jameson's

Recluse,
c

yrs, 7st 6ib

2...

Wynne's
4yrs, 7st4ft)
Watts's

Postboy
...

(late Conveyor,)
3
... ...

Mr Mr Mj Mr Mr
2

b f The ch g Pio b g b h
c

Countess, Nono,
4

3 yrs, yrs,

8st

Sib
. . . ...

Irwin's

7st 1 lib
4
1 01b yrs,7st

0
0 0
...

Henderson's

Harum-scarum,
6 yrs,

Morgan's
Ward's
to

Goodfellow,

7st 51b

ch

Sir Wm.

Wallace,
to
a

3 yrs, 6st

71b, paid.
5
to 1

agst Postboy, 5
Won

agst Pio

Nono,

agst Myrtilla.

by

length.

134

BACINa

CALENDAR,

Mr 5

Bourke's

ch

Peg-the-rake, by Retriever,
walked
g
over,

(P^ Beaux,) yrs* Mr from Sargent's b


sovs,

and

received 3 yrs
"

Mickey
a

Free,

30

9st

each,

one

mile
1

and

half heats.
10
a

Farmers' farmers'
sovs.

Stakes,
horses that each.
course.

sov never

each,
won

sovs race a

added,
value

for 60

list

One

mile

and

half

heats,

steeple chase
Mr Power's

ch

Maid
"

of Walsh

Clonmel,
2
...

by Welcome,
Mr

aged
m

O'Kelly's b Mr Kelly
Lane's b g
bm

Miss
.-

(yMoore,
...

6 yrs

"

1
...

Mr Mr

Murk Kate

Tapley, aged
of

dis
...

Lodge's

Coleraine, 6 yrs

dis

OCTOBER.

OCTOBER

L
sovs
a

Corinthian
added.

Stakes,
mile saved chm
"

each, heats,

ft,
flat

20

sovs

One
horse

and his

half

course.

Second
Mr

stake.

Bourke's

Peg-the-rake, by Retriever,
De Beaux
... ...

5yrs,
Mr Mr

lOst

I 2

Dennis's Bourke's
2ft)
"

Galilean,
The

5 yrs,

lOst

7ft)

b g MrLockwood
b g

Knave,

aged,
...

list 2
...

Mr

Lane's

Mark heats
2
a

Tapley, aged,
won

lOst

lOlb

dis

Both

in

canter.

Sweepstakes,
One Second
mile and

sovs

each,
heats,
stake.

hft,

15

sovs

added.
course.

half

steeple

chase

horse

saved

his

OCTOBER,

1861.

135

Mr

Brown's

chm

Prima

Luxu^

4 yi^

l(J^i
0

dr

^jn
"'

l^reight

Revoke,

5 yrs,

1 Ost 48)

dis list

2"^I^7^'f,^^^^ Both heats P****


**"

''^

Clomnel. easfly.
2.

aged,

won

OCTOBER

^
Mr

Bourke's

gr

Cripple Kate,
g

6 yrs,!!

si

Keatrng-s
**"

eh

Bed

Eov^, aged,
"""

lOst

dr

4
""" ^^^

dp

Both

heats
^"^

won

in

canter.
"o^8

n"-"'I^'*^15.* and
miie
a

^^

a"idedcourse.

One

half

heats, steeple chase


g

Mr

Keating's ch
aged, llst_De
s

Red

Rover,

Beaux Mark
4Ib"

by Welcome, .":.
_

MrLane
earned
Mr

b g

Tapley, aged,
Mr

98t

4ib,
2
...

list
gr

M'Creight
6 yrs,

Bourke's

Cripple Kate,

lOst

dis MrMansergh'sbgPick-up-the-tin,5yrs,9^ length neck-^second by ^^ hatf^** and


^"" * a

136

RACINO

CALENDAR,

CUBRAGH

OCTOBER

MEETING.
14.

TUESDAY,

OCT.

Scuny Anglesey
Lord
3

Stakes,
Post.

soys

each,

25

soys

added.

Waterford's
yrs,

eh J.
"

Peri,

by

Birdcatcher,
1
... ...

7st 12ft)
b b
c
m

Doyle
5 yrs,
2

Mr Mr Mr Mr Sir Mr

Wynne's
Irwin's

Carbuncle,

7st 12tt"
5st
Sst

2
...

Tom

Moody,
Old

yrs,

121b
...

3 0
...

Scott's

g The
m

Fox,
5

5 yrs, yrs,

12ft)
...

Keegan'sb
T. Burke's b f Nunn's

Portia,
b f The

7st 12ft"
3 yrs,

Kelpie,

Tst

12ft)

by Lanercost,
5 jrrs, 7st 8ft)
c

Prior
...

of

garet's St Mar0
...

dam,
Mr
t

Wallace's
Sb ")iD

gr
...

by Argirio, Discretion,
... """

3 yrs,
(J
...

Mr
OlD

Murphy's

ch
...

All's-lost-now,
... ...

3 yrs,

7st
...

Mr

Mr

Courtenay's b f Coquette, Smyth's b f May-blossom,


Lord
4
to

yrs,

6st 8ft)
...

0 0
...

2 yrs,

6st

Waterford's
1

ch
4

Roller,
1 1

3 yrs,

8st, paid5
1
to

agst

Peri,

to

agst Carbuncle, agst


and

agst May-blossom,
Tom

5 to

Portia,
half.

8 to

agst

Moody.
Won

by
the
soys

length
National

Renewal

of
10

Produce
two

Stakes

"

Sweepstakes,
added
the for

each, for
Sst

each Club"

stallion

named,

yrs and

old, 26
100
soys

soys

by
glesey Anor

Turf

colts
3ft)

7ft), fillies Sst


to

3ft).

Post.
mares,

allowed The
extra.

untried

stallions

5ft)

to

both.

winner

of the

Anglesey

stakes

in

1851,

7ft)

OCTOBEBy

1851.

137

*^

We,
for

the
our

each
above

undersigned, guarantee to add respectivestaUionSf according


named Corranna Lord

25
to

sovs

the

article." Waterford
;

Lord don

Calenamed
;

named
;

Simoom;
Mr Irwin

Colonel
named
;

Westenra

Freney
Watts Buck Mr named
;

Mickey
J. Moore

Free named

Mr

named and Mr

Magpie
Balfe

Mr

Ugly Higgins

named

Seahorse.

Creagh named Tearaway ; Mr


Caledon's b

J. Napier ; Mr J. Higgins named

Polish
"

deceased. Lord
c

Barbarian,
"

by Simoom,
...

dam
1
...

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

by Buzzard, Disney's ch
Balfe's
b
c

8st 41b
c

Wynne
Warrior,
Sst

Lidian

Sst

9ib

2
...

by Seahorse, Alba,
ch ch b
...

Sst 4ft)
...

0
0
...

Harrison's A. Knox's

Thunder, Diamond,
...

7ft)
...
...

f Ladv
c

Cecilia

Keegan's
oSt

by
...

Tearaway,
...U

7^

Lord
oSt

Miltown's
lit)
...

ch

by Tearaway, Cruiskeen,
"""
...

...U

Lord Mr
Mr

Waterford's Mellish's ch f b
c

ch

Lancaster, Patrick,
...

Sst

41b
...

0 3ft) 0

by Ugly Buck,
Prince

Koyalty, Sst
by
...

Disney's
Ennui,
Mr N.
Sst

Magpie,
0
...

7ft)
Archdall's
b f

by Ugly Buck, Mr Colgan's ch f by Polish, Harmony Dunne's b c Kossuth, by Magpie, Pheasant Davies's Black b f by Tearaway, Art;
Dunne's
vera,

M.

Medea
;

Mr
;

L. J. M.

Mr

Mr

ch

Warhawk
or

Mr

Hendrick's
;

b f TalaHowth's
;

by by
Irwin's

Napier
b
c

Magpie,
The

dam Duke

Tearaway by Troilus
of

Lord
or

Economist

Mr

Leinster, by Tearaway,
M

138

RACING

CAUENDAE,

Anna

Maria;
b
c

Mx

Murphy's
Lord

by
c

Kenan's Ugly Buck,


b f

ch

Matilda;
to

Mr
;

Sister

Johnny
;

Waterford's
ch
c

by Corranna,
Monica

Perdita
; ;

Lord

Waterford's terford's
ch
c

by Corranna,
Corranna,
Mr

Lord

Wa-

ch

by
;

Drudge
b f

Mr

Watts's Robber's Rose Bate*


;

Chit-chat
;

Whaley's
f

The

Daughter
Mr man*s b
c

Mr

Balfe's
ch
c

Bateman's b
c

by Seahorse, White by Magpie, Surprise ; Mr


Stock
; ;

by Polish, Old The Queen by Simoom,

Lord

Caledon's

Mr b

Wee

Orphan

Mr

J. Moore's

Keegan's b or br g c by Ugly Buck,

by Langar ; Mr Disney's ch f Nourmahal ; Mr f by Polish, Recluse L-win's ISIr J. Knox's ; b c Collier ; Mr G. Ejiox's Qun) ch f by Napier or f by Mr J. Moore's Freney, Gramachree Ugly ; Miss f Mr Buck, J. Moore's Foote, by Whisker ; J. Moore's by Ugly Buck, CamiUa c by Ugly ; Mr dam Maxwell's Buck, b c by by Birdcatcher ; Mr ch f by Ugly Ugly Buck, oylph ; Mr Maxwell's
Buck,
Helena
;

Teresa,

Mr

Maxwell's

by
br Fire Mr ch
c

Ugly Buck,
Galtimore
; ;

Lady

O'Meagher's b or Col Westenra's ch c by Freney, tenra's f by Freney, out of Isora ;


;

Gay

Mr

Col

Wesch nard Berf

Watts's f Miss

by

Magpie,
;

Veneer

Mr Mr
;

Watt's M. Dunne
1

Mr 2
on

Dignam,
Lidian Won

and

paid.
agst any
other.

5 to

Warrior

10 to
a

by
16

half

length.
sovs

Sweepstakes,
the

sovs,

ft, 20
20
sovs

added

from Club.

Trainers'
Post. ch

Fund

and

by

the

Waterford Mr

Mangan's
4 yrs,

Dolly's Brae,
E.

by Gladiator,
1
... ,..

7st 9ft)"

Keegan

OCTOBEB,

1851.

139

Lord
OSv

Waterford's
f

b
"""

Eedmond
"""

O'Hanlon,
"""

2 yrs,
"""

ID

jL

Sir
Mr

T.

Burke's bl
c

ch

Cock-crow,
3 yrs,

yrs,

Tst 8ft)
...

0 0

Nolan's Lord

Dauphin,
ch
c

7st 4ft)
3 yrs,

Waterford's b
m

Roller,
Prior Osborne's b

7st 8ft)

Mr

Nunn's

by Lanercost,
7st 2ft)
;

of br

St
c

Margaret's
True

dam,
3

5 yrs,

Mr

Blue,

yrs, 7st 2ft) ; Mr Get 12ft) ; Mr


3

Irwin's

3 yrs. (^Thunderbolt,
en

Murphy's
and Lord

All's-lost-now,
b
sovs c

yrs,

6st

8ft) ;

Waterford's

Dice,

by Corranna,
Lord
8st 88t

2 yrs, 4st

13ft), paid 5
h

ft.

Waterford's
;

br

Duch-an-dhurras,

6 yrs,

13ft) 5ft)
;

Mr Mr

b c Chatterbox, 4 yrs, Cunningham's Wynne's b c Mallet, 3 yrs, 7st 8ft) ;

Mr T.
2

Keegan's
Burke's
sovs

b
b

Portia,

5 yrs,

7st 6ft) ; and

Sir

f The

Kelpie,

3 yrs,

78t 4ft), paid

ft.
4

5 to

agst Cock-crow,
Won

3 to half
a

agst Dolljrs Brae.

by

head"

First 5
sovs

Class

of
3

Trainers'
sovs

Stakes
"

Sweepstakes,
the and Trainers'
a

each,

ft, 25
yrs Course.

added One

from mile

Fund,
on

for three Peel

old.

quarter
his

the

Second

horse

saved

stake. Mr

Quin's
Miller

Whiff,
...

by Lanercost,
... ...

7st 7ft)
"

1
...

Lord Lord
oSt

Waterford's
Waterford's
1 Ulu
...

ch f b

Kick-up-the-dust, 8st
c

1 3ft)

by
...

Corranna,
...

Monica,
"5
...

Mr Mr

Clarke's
Dunne's Lousada's

ch ch

c c

Marquess of Carrabas, Ranger, 7st 5ft)


...

7st 7ft)
...

0 0
0

Capt

gr

Fto,

7st 12ft)
... ...

140

RACING

CAIiENDAS,

5 to 4

agst Marquess of Carrabas, 3


Won

to

agst

Kick-up-the-dust.
by
three quarters of
WEDNESDAY,
a

length.

15.

Her Two

Plate Majesty's yrs feather


3ft)

of
;

old, a 10ft); five,9st


to
mares

horses, "c. three, 7st 9ft); four, 8st


100

gs

for

;^

allowed 'Mr Lord


Mr Mr

and

aged, 9st 41b: geldings. Three miles.

six and

3ft)

"Watts's
"

ch f

Chaseaway, by Harkaway,
... ... ...

3 yrs

^E. Keegan ch
b
c c

1 2 0 0

Waterford's Newcomen's Reardon's b The

The

Marquess, 3
... ...

yrs
...

Collier,2 yrs Convert, 2 yrs


to

...

5 to 2

on

Marquess, 3
Won

agst Chaseaway.

by

two

lengths.
"

Second
5
sovs,

Class of Trainers' Stakes


3

Sweepstakes,
the

Fund,
mile and saved
Mr

Trainers' ft, 25 sovs for four, five, six and aged horses. One
added from
a

half

on

the Peel Course.

Second

horse

his stake. ch
c

Atkinson's

Brother
"

to

Dough, by
...

Tearaway,
Mr

4 yrs, 7st 4ft)

Jones

1 2

Clarke's b f Isabella,4 yrs, 7st 4ft) ch h Lord Lord Waterford's George, 6 yrs,
...

8st 12ft)

...

...

...

...

0 0 0 0 0

Capt
Mr Mr
Mr Mr

Poulett's ch g Smuggler Bill, aged, 8st 5ft) 4 yrs, 7st 1 2fl5 A. Bond's b f Myrtilla,
...

Flynn'sch
Newcomen's
Nolan's
4 yrs, 78t

g Honest
br
c

Tom, 4 yrs, 7st 7ft) St John, 4 yrs, 7st 4ft)


Blucher's
... ...

...

b f

by Tearaway,
...

dam,
0
...

-^

142

BACING

CALENDAR,

25 soys added. 6 sovs each, Selling Stakes, Three Anglesey Post. yrs old, 7st 7ft); four, 8st ; 3ft" allowed five, six, and aged, 8st 6ft" : to mares and geldings. All horses entering subject to be sold
soYs,

for

200

SOYS.

If
;

entered
soys,

to

be
;

sold 50
soys,

for

150
;

allowed
soys, ;

5tb

100

91b
to

14)b the
to

25
race

1 81b.

The

winner

be

sold

after
to

any

surplus
fund. br
"

aboYe

entering price

go

the Mr

racing

Wynne's
5yrs, 7st31b
Newcomen's

Carbuncle,
f

by
...

Venison,
1
...

J.Wynne
br

Mr Mr Mr

Toy,

3 yrs,

6st 4ib
...

2 0
...

Keegan's
Osborne's Johnson's

Portia, 5 yrs,
c

6st
3

13ft)

br

True
c

Blue,

yrs,

6st7ft"
*.. ...

0 0 0

Capt
Lord Mr

Costume,
chc

3 yrs, 3

6st3ft)

Waterford's Nunn's br f

Roller,

by Lanercost,

yrs, 6st 12ft) MarPrior of St garet's


... ...

dam,
5
to

5 yrs, 6st 131b 3 to


1

agst Carbuncle,
Won

agst Roller.

by

three

lengths.
16. Lieutenant's
;

THURSDAY,

His 100 gs.

Excellency
Two yrs

the

Lord

Plate

of
;

old,

6st 51b

three,

9st 2ft"
lOst

four, lOst;
Red Mr
2

fiYe, 10st5ft);
31fo allowed
to

six and
mares

aged, Fancy
...

6ft".

Post.

and

geldings.
Boy,
1
...

Morgan's

Bold

Boy, by
...

yrs" -J. Wynne Lord Waterford's Mr


Mr Mr

ch

The

Marquess,
2

yrs
...

2 0 0

Lrwin's
Dunne's

ch
ch

f
c

Chevy Chase,
c

yrs
...

Wallace's

ch

Ranger, by Doctor

3 yrs

...

Woods
...

OCTOBER,

185L

143

Mr Mr Mr MrW.

Hamerton's

be ch

Diamond,
f

2 yrs 2 yrs
...

0
...

CJourtenay's
Watts's ch f Croker's of
a

Fairy, Chaseawaj,
f
mare,

0
...

3 yrs

0
... ...

ch

Princess,

by Birdcateber,
0
... ...

otit

half-bred

6 yrs

Even

quarters

betting on Chaseaway. of a length.


25
sovs,

Won

by

three-

Sligo Stakes,
colts
8st

10

ft, for

two

71b, fillies
to

8st

31b.

Anglesey
or

yrs old Post. 31b


"

allowed 50 51b Mr
sovs

untried The

stallions winner

mares,

61b

to

both.

added.

of the

Anglesey

Stakes

extra.

Disney's
Sst

ch

Indian

Warrior,
... ...

by Napier,
1
...

7lb

"

Magee
ch ch
c c

Lord Mr

Waterford's
Bateman's ch
; ;

Lancaster,

Sst

4tb
...

2
;

by Magpie, Surprise
;
or

Mr
f

ColNourThe

gan's
mahal

f Mr Mr

Chevy

Chase
b ch

Mr br Fuze
;

Disney's
f
;

ch

Nolan's

by Launcelot,
Lord Irwin's ch f b
c

Cook
b f

Quin's

Waterford's The

by

Corranna,
of Leinster Mr ch f Miss
1
on

Perdita
;

Mr

Duke

Mr

Watts's ch
c

by Retriever,
and Mr

Echidna;
Watts's
4
to

Watt's Bernard

Chit-chat;
ft.

paid

Indian

Warrior.

Won

by

two

lengths.
A
"

Curragh
Handicap
About saved
two

of Kildare

Cesarewitch

Stakes

Free
added.

of

20

sovs

each,
a

10

ft, 60

sovs

miles stake. ch
"

and

quarter.

Second

horse

his

Sir T.

Burke's

Cock-crow,
Harrison

by Bii*dcatcher,
1
... ...

3 yrs,

7st 9ib

G. f

Mr

Mangan's

ch

Dolly's Brae,

4 yrs,

7st 12Ib

144

SACING

CALENDAR,

Lord
1 UIu

Waterford's
"""

ch h

Lord
"""

George,
"""

6 yrs,

8st
""""5

Lord

Waterford's

br

h
...

Duch-an-Dhurras,
0
... ...

6 yrs, 9st 21fo Mr ch Wallace's


Lord
C$Sv

Little chc

Waterford's
"""

George, 4 yrs, Captain Grant,


...

Sst

2Ib

4 yrs,
...\l

...

Mr Mr

Watts's

b f

Countess,
c

3 yrs, 3 yrs, 4

7st 9ft) 7st 6lb Tst 4ft)

0
...

Wynne's b Capt Johnson's


Lord Waterford's
;

Mallet,
b
c

0
...

Kildare,
ch ch br f
c c

yrs,

0
...

Waterford's

Roller,
True

3 yrs,

7st 101b
3

Lord

Kick-up-the-dust,
Blue,
5 yrs,
3 yrs,

yrs,
;

Tst 12ft)
Mr

Mr

Dillon's b f

7st 2ft)
and Mr

Nunn's
c

by Lanercost,
3 yrs, 1 1

Tst

Ln?7in's b
2 1
to

Thunderbolt,
3 to

7st, paid ft.


to

agst Mallet,

agst Lord

agst Little

George, Greorge.
colts

to

agst Dolly'sBrae, 5 7 to agst Cock-crow,


two

Won

by

lengths.
added,
be
vs, sovs,

Selling Stakes,
two

5 sovs,

yrs

old
All

"

p p, 25 sots mil fillies Sst 3ib. Sst 7ft), ",

for

Anglesey
sold for allowed 28ft).

Post.
100 9ft) Mr
;
sovs.

horses
If entered

entering subject
to
;

to
so

be

sold

for 75
;

50

sovs,

14ft) b f

30

sovs,

21ft)

25

Orford's
3ft)
"

May-day,
...

by Harkaway,
...

7st
1
...

^Mahon b f The
"""

Mr

Keegan's
1 Ulb

Bobber's
...

Daughter,
...

6st
...ia

Mr Mr Mr Lord

Dunne's

Brass,

6st 7ft"
...

3
...

Smyth's
twin's b

b f
c

May-blossom,
Tom

6st 3ft)
...

Moody,
b f

7st 7ft)

...ft Perdita,
...

Waterford's
oiu
"""

by Corranna,
... ...

OSt)

vl

Lord

Waterford's

Dice, 78t 7ft)

0
...

OCTOBER,

18^1.

145

""i^^p^^^^^^s^rT"

6 U" 1 9^st Tom

6 to iSfiodjy Won

agst Braes.

by

balf

lengtlu
"

The

winner
fund.

wafi

sold for

"68

"18

went

to

the

racing
The
to

WBXDAT,
" "

17.
his late

Royal Whip, presented by


TuHF

the

Club,
Wt

with for

100 age
"

gs

added

Majesty annually by
old, lOst
;

her

Majesty.
t^

"cHir,list4";
3tt" allowed Lord

five, list
aiares

^three yrs 121b; six and

aged,

12ftt.

and
ch f

gddings.

"oar

miles.

Waterford's
of Erin, bl b
c

Star
Mr Mr 'Mr 5

3 yrs

"

Kick-up-the-dust,by J. Doyle
... ...

1 2

Nolan's

Dauphin,
Mallet,
c

3 yrs 3 yrs

...

...

Wynne's
Canavan^s
to

0
... ...

CyjHiis,4

yrs

0
... ...

2
a

parts oi

Kick-up-the-dust length.
on

Won

by
yrs

three

Sweepstakes,
colts
Sst

25

sovs,

10

ft, for

two

"dd

"

71b, fiUies
to

31b.
or

Anglesey
mares,

Post.

3}b allowed
50
sovs

untried The

stalli(ms winner the

5tt" to both.

added.

of the

Anglesey
Produce

Stakes Stakes

7lb 7ib
Mr

extra,
extra ;

and
if of ch

of

National
extra.

both, 121b
";

Disney's
8st9lb
"

Indiian Waxrior,
...

by Napier,
1
... ...

^Magee
b
c

Mr

Courtenay's
Ba^tanfs
Mr

Gray lad,
41b

by Lothario^
2
... ...

dam,

8st

Courtenay's
b
c

ch f Duke

by Lothario,
of Leinsteri

Moleskin Mr

Mr

Irwin's
di

The
;

f Noumiahal
;

Mr

J. Moore's b f

Teresa

Mr

J. Moore's

Disney's b c by Ugly Buck, Miss by Ugly Buck,


N

146

RACING

CAIiENBAR,

Foot6 Mr

Mr

J. Moore's
b
c

b f

by Ugly Buck,
Buck,
c

Camilla

J. Moore's
;

by

Ugly
b
;

catcher keen
;

Lord

Miltown's
ch f Fuze
;

by Birdby Tearaway, CruisMr Watts's ch


c

dam

Mr

Quin's
Echidna

ch

by
;

Betriever,
Lord Waterford's Westenra's

Mr

Watts's

Heffi*an
;

Waterford's
ch f
1
on c

b f

by Corranna,

Perdita
;

Lord Col

by Corranna,

Monica
ft. in
two

and

by Freney, Isora, paid


Lidian
10

10

to

Warrior.
sots,

Won p p, for

canter.

Paget Stakes,
colts
8st
to

yrs

old
"

49b,
of he

fillies 8st. stallions

Anglesey
or

Post.
51b
3ib
to

31b

allowed
The

untried
the win

mares,

both.
;

winner should

Anglesey
any other

Stakes stakes
to

extra

and,
and

handicaps excepted) previous


2tt" extra

(matches starting for


have
race won.

this,

for

each

race

he for
won

Any
"50

other
or

winner

21fo extra

may each

value and this.

have upwards he may handicaps excepted) previous 50 Mr


sovs

to

(matches starting for

added.
ch

Colgan's
8st
"

Chevy
f

Chase, by Harkaway,
1
... ... ...

Chifney
Howth's
b 8st ch f

Lord

Henrietta,
...

by
...

Harkaway,
2
...

Bemnant,
Mr Lord
oSX

Keegan's
410

Matilda,
ch
c

7st 1 lib
...

Waterford's
...

by
.".

Harkaway,
...

Puss,
"""fs

Mr
b
c

Disney's ch c Lidian by Polish, Old Stock


Lodola Mr
Duke
;

Warrior
;

Mr

Bateman's
b f

Mr

Clancy's
b f
;

by

Crescent,

Mr

Clancy's
;

by Corranna,
Mr twin's

Melody
b br
c

Disney's ch
of

f Nourmahal Mr

The Wee

Leinster
;

Orphan

Mr

Keegan's b or Murphy's b c by Ugly

OCTOBER,

185L

147

Buck,
br
or

oat

of

Sister

to

Jobnny
Cook
;

Mr

Nolan's

or

f br

by Launcelot,
c

The
;

Mr
ch

(^Meagher's
f Fuze
; ;

Galtimore
b f

Mr

Quin's
;

Lord

Waterford's
ch f

by Corranna,
Echidna Miss

Perdita
Mr

Mr

Watts's
c

by Retriever,
Mr Robber's

Watts'sch
Mr

chat; Chit-

Watts'schf

Bernard;

Daughter ; and Mr by Magpie, Tickle-my-fancy, h-b" paid.


Even 5 to
1

b f The

Whaley's Whaley's b f
colt,

betting

on

Henrietta,
Chase.

2 to

agst Fuss
two

agst Chevy
Corinthian

Won
10

by
sovs

lengths.
each,
h

The
25
sovs

Stakes,
at

ft,
for

added,
Turf

sovs

each

for

entrance,

hunters, race-horses
of the

admitted.
or

Rode

by
at

members

Club

CoiFee-room

Kildare,
the

Kildare-street, United Clubs,


or

Service, and
and
to

SackviUe-street in

or

by
One

Commissioned mile
c

Officers half
on

Army

Navy.
away,

Peel

Course, heats.
Tear1
...

Mr

Jaques's

ch

Bro

4 3rrs,

1 1st 31b"

Dough, by Capt Bell


yrs,
...

Mr

Morgan's
Owner
...

b h

Goodfellow, 6
...

1 1st

"

0
...

Lord

Waterford's
lOst

b ^Mr

by Corranna,
...

Monica,
0
...

3 yrs,

"

Capt Poulett's
list
4fib"

ch

Kennedy g Smuggler
4

Bill, aged,
2
... ...

Mr br
c

Kent

Capt Hay's
Mr Mr L-win's

St John,
...

yrs,
...

1 1st 31b

"

Fitzgerald
ch g Pio

...

Nono,
...

yrs, lOst
...

6lb

"

CaptHaworth
Mr

...

dr

Scott's

7ft)
"

b g The Capt Johnson

Old

Fox,

5
...

yrs,

list
0
...

dr 13st

Lord

Waterford's

ch h Lord

Greorge, 6
by half
a

yrs,

41b, paid ft.


First and second
heats
won

length.

148

HACD4G

GALBl^OAR,

"JSKaai

LIMERIC"

RACES

"

STEEPLE

CHASES.

(Newcctstle Course*)
OCTOBER

2l.
p ji^ 60
sots

Swee("tak"NB,6
miles and
a

sots,

added.
horse

Two saved

haif^ flat

hoarse.

Seeond

his stoke. Mr

Quin's b
Millei'
Canavdn's
Bond's b

Wliiff, by Lftnercost,
""" """

3 yrs, 7st
"*.

"

I
...

Mr Mr

b
m

Cyprus, 4 jnrs, 8st Myrdlla, 4 yrs, 79t 9tt"


c

2
...

3
...

Mr
Mr

Comtenay's
Seott's carried b
Bst

gr f The

Caprice,
Old
"""

4 yrs, Sst

7lb!(fell)
Sst 41b,

Foje, 5 yrs,
...

91b
ch
c

0
...

Mr
OS

Cunningham's
V
"""

Captain
"""

Grant,
"""

yrs,
"""

\j

Mr Mr

Morgan's
Irwin's
/'St olD

b h

Goodfellow, Nono,
...

6 yrs,

7st 7lb

0
...

ch g Pio
.""

4 yrs,

78t lib, carried


""" "..

\j

Mr

Lousada's

gr

Flirt, 3 yrs, 6st 7ib


b
c

0
...

Lord Mr 3tt"
;

Waterford's

by Corranna,
ch
1

3 yrs,

7st 6lb

Doyle's b
and
2 1

f Farewell

(lateWanton,)
c

Sir T.

Burke's

Cock-crow

^yt^ 6st paid.

3 to

agst Caprice,

3 to

agst

Captain Grant,

10

to

agst The
Won

Old

Fo?[.
three

easily by

lengths.
added.
Wt

Sweepstakes, 4 sovs, p p, 40 sovs for with winners, penalties on age,


maiden
course.

allowances.

Two

sellingand mile heats, steeple chase


Hero,

Lord

Waterford's

aged,

b g The list llib


"

by

come, Wel-

^Ryan

X
...

150

RACING

CALENDAR,

Garrison
One sold
the

Stakes,
and
a

sovs

each, h ft,40
The

soys

added.
to

mile for

half Ridden

heats.

winner
on

be

"200.

by

Officers

Army, and the horses to be bona of OfKcers^tif o months previous


Foster's

full pay of fide the property


to

the

day

of

entry.

Gapt

6 yrs, lOst b Mr Carew's

b g Oscar, by Birdcatcher, lOflb Capt Pretyman


"

...

Gnlnare
lOst

away,)
Mr
12st"

Scott's Mr

yrs, b g

7tt"
"

(late Batter^Mr Morgan


Fox,
and
...

The

Old
2d

aged,
heats 3
3 3
...

M'Cauley,
...

3d

MrCoates

Capt Cubitt's
lOst Mr
4ib
"

b g

Chief

Baron,

yrs,
1 2

Capt Vigors
ch g Emerald

Sheldon's
lOst Mr
"

(fell lame) Isle, aged,


... ... ...

dr

^Mr

Westropp
ch
m

dr

Cuimingham's
lift) b
m

Miss

Fortune,
9st
121b
;

aged,
and Mr

list Lee's

Mr

Grey's Lunette,
half
a

Lazy MoU,
won

aged, 99t lOtb, paid.


a

First
third Mr

heat
a

by
and
m

length

"

second

and

by

length

half.

Bourke's

ch

Peg-the-rake,
each"

by

Betriever,
b

5yrs, lOst, (Be Beaux,)

beat IVIr Lane's


sovs

Mark round

Tapley, aged,
flat course,

9st

7lb---50

^nce

heats.
OCTOBER

23.

Free
30
sovs

Handici^ Steeple
added.

Chase
and
a

Stakes,
half

sovs

each,

One
g

mile

heats.

Mr

ch Fitzgerald's

Welcome,

by Welcome,
1
...
...

aged, 9st8tt)^Maher
Lord

1 2

Waterford's

b g The

Hero,

aged,

12st

OCTOBEB,

1851.

161

Mr Mr

Sheldon's
Bourke's

b br

g'Greoadier,
g The
...

6 yrs,

lOst

Sib

Ktiave,
...

aged, list,
dis
...

(felland
Mr Mr Mr

killed) Lee's b m Lazy Moll, ased, 9st 101b (fell) Morgan's b g Scamp, b yrs, 9st 4tb
...

dis dis

Irwin's

Daphne,
...

yrs,
...

Sst

lOlb

(baulked)
2
to

dis
...

agst The
won

Hero,
a

3
"

to

agst The

Knave.
a

First

heat

by

head

second

by half
soys

length.
SOsovs

Free
added. Mr
4

Handicap
One mile ch
"

Sweepstakes, 4
and Pio
a

eaeh,
course.

half heats, flat

Irwin's yrs,
lOst

Nono,

by Retriever,
1
...

Mr Mr

Canavan's
Bourke's

Chifney be Cyprus, 4 yrs, 12st chm Peg-the-rake, 5 yrs,


.."

1 2

0
...

lOst

Mr

Brindley'sbr
First heat
won

Wire,
a

4 yrs,
"

lOst
...

by

head

second

by

head

and

neck.

CARLOW

RACES.

(Ballyba/r Course*)
OCTOBEB

28.

Carlo
50
sovs

Stakes
"

Sweepstakes,
Heats,
once

lOsovseach,
and
a

ft,

added. horse

round

distance.

Second Mr

saved ch f
Sst

his

stake. diator, Gla4


...

Mangan's
4

Dolly's Brae, by
4tt"-^Magee f Caprice,
...

yrs,

Mr
oSt

Courtenay's
Tit)

gr
...

yrs,
....{JSiu

Mr

Bond's

b f

Myrtilla, 4

yrs,

7st lOtb

dis

152

RACING

CAZiENDAB,

Mr

Nolan's

bl

Dauphin,
gr f

yrs, 7st I0tt"


101b 1 lib

2 0 0

3
0

dr dr

Capt
Mr

Lousada's

Flirt, 3 yrs, 6st


7st

Clarke's
Lord

b f Isabella, 4 yrs,

dr

Waterford's
Bfr

8st 4

31b, and
8st,

Kick-up- the-dust, 3 }r8, Cunningham's ch c Captain G-rant, length


and half
"

chf

yrs,

paid
won

ft.

First
and third Hurdle
sovs

heat

by

by length.
"

second

Race
30

Selling
added.
Horses

Stakes

each,

sovs

Sweepstakes, 5 Weight for age, with


"

selling allowances.
twice and
once won

that allowed distance.

started 5tb

this

year

nothing,
and
a

additional.
horse

Heats,
saved Mr

round

Second

his stake.

Newcomen's

brc

Carlow,
4

(late
9st

St
"

John,)

by Magpie,
...

yrs,
...

91b

Boylan
Mr Mr

2
...

1
2

1 3

Edwards'

ch b

Prima,

yrs, 8st
4
"""

1 Oib

Wynne's
2IO
...

h
...

Postboy,

yrs,

9st
...

Mr

Irwin's First

b h
won a

Largehopes,
by
half.
OCTOBER
a

3 yrs,
"

Sst Sib and

dr

heat and

length

second

third by

length

29.
8
sovs

Ballybar
3

Stakes
"

Sweepstakes,
Heats,
saved
once

each,
and
a

ft, 40

sovs

added. horse f
"

round

distance. Mr

Second
ch

his

stake.

Mangan's
Newcomen's

4yrs,9st
Mr

brc

diator, Dolly's Brae, by GlaMagee Carlow, (lateSt John,)


... ... ... ...
...

4yrs, 7stl3ft)

OCTOBER,

1851.

163

^Lr Mr

Courtenay's
Osborne's Mr
2
to

gr
c

Catnrice, 4yr8,

8st

lOib
1 2ft)

0 2

3 0

br br

True

Blue, 3 yrs,. 68t


3 ji-s, Sst
2
to

Quin's
1

Whiff,

2tt", paid.
1

agst

Dolly's Brae,
Blue.

agst

Carlow,

to

agst True
heat
won

First

by half

length

"

second

by

six

lengths.

Selling
sovs

Stakes
"

Sweepstakes,
for age,
a

sovs

each,

30

added.
onoe

Wt round

with

selling allowances.
Second
horse

Heats,
saved Lord

and

distance.

his stake.

Mr

Mr

Mr

Mr

by Corranna, Monica, 3yfs, 6st 7ft)" D. Doyle Nolan's b f by Tearaway, 4 yrs, 68t 1 3ft) Carew's b f Gulnare, (kte Batteraway,) 4yr8,7st3ft) Marquess of Carrabas, Denny's ch c 3yrs,6st7ft) Botid's b f Myrtilla, 4 yrs, 7st 3ft), carried
Waterford's
be
... ... ...

1 2

1 2

...

...

"".

...

...

78tlOft)
... ...
...

0 4

Mr

Power's

carried
2
to

b g Harlequin, 7st 12tt)


...

yrs,
...

7st 8ft),
0
...

agst
to

Monica

colt, 3

to

agst Tearaway

3^ filly,

agst

Marquess
heats
won

of Carrabas.

Both

by

length.
added.

Sweepstakes,
Mr

sovs

each, 15

sovs

One

mile.

Byrne's
10st7ft)
"

Jenny Lind, by Pioneer, Chifney


m
... ...

aged,
1
...

MrNolan'sb
Mr

gWhitenose,
bl
m

aged, 9st
...

Wallace's

Polly, 4
Won
in
a

yrs,
canter.

7flt 7fli

(bolted)

154

nAcasG

calxsdax.

RATHDBUM

(Co. Wickix"w)
CHASES.
OCTOBEK

STEEPLE

27.
20 age
soys,
"

Challenge Cup,
15
60Y8

value for

wHli

boy

stakes,
;

added.

Wt

three

yrs, 9Bt

four,
list:
ners win-

lOst;
3Eb
to

five, IQstTlb;
mares

six, lOst
with

12Bi;

aged,
mile

and

geldings,
allowances. his stake.

penalties on
Two

and

sellii^
saved bl
"

heats.

Seoond
Mr

horse

Moran's

Waterhen,
...

by Tonng
3
...

Mr

^Horan Pope, 5 jrs Whaler's bl h Tipton Slasher, Cockfighter,) aged


...

(late
I
...

2 3

2 3

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

Stafford's

Sqnirrel, 5
Leinster,
Prinoess,
Wicklow Mountain
in
a a

jn

2
...

Strong's bg
Croker^s
b b b heat
"

yrs
4 jrs

...000 4
...

dis
dis

Byrne's
Lamb's First

Lass, Hare,
canter
"

g
won

aged aged
second

0 0

by

two

lengths

third

by

length.
a soy

Sweepstakes, half for age as for Cup,


mile Mr Mr Mr heats.

each, 5

soys

added.

Wt Two

with horse

selling allowance.
saved
yrs his stake.

Second
b
m

Stafford's

Squirrel, 5

"

^Byme
...

1 2 3
...

Broome, Whaley's bg Hany Erle'sbg Wildfire, aged


Both

6 yrs
...

2 3

heats

won

in

canter.

OCTOBER

28.

Sweepstakes,
for age"

sov

each,
;

10

sovs

added.
;

Wt
1 01b
;

three

yrs

old, 8st

four, Qst

^ve, 9st

OCTOBEB,

1851.

165

six 'and Two Mr mile

^ed,
heats.

lOst:

39b

to

mares

and

geldings.

Second

horse

saved

his stake*
"

Whaley's
Horan

hi h

Tipton Slasher, aged


2d

1st and hm h
m

heats, Byrne

3d
...

1 2
...

2
1

Mr Mr
^

Byrne's
Crokei's
Mr

Wicklow

Ls^
4 yrs

5 yrs

Princess,
g

dis
...

Whale/sh

Harry Broome,

6 yrs,

paid.

CHARLEVILLE

(Co. Cobk)
CHASES.
OCTOBER

STEEPLE

28.

Sweepstakes,
Wt
winner

6
3tt"

sovs

each,
mares

ft, 60

sovs

added. The
sovs

for of

age: 50

to

and
5ib
or

geldings.
;

sovs

added,
;

extra
more

of

100

added,
141b

lOlb

extra

of two miles.

of that saved

amounv,

extra.

Three b
"

Second

his

stake.

Lord

Waterford's
12st 21b

The

Hero,

by Welcome,
1
... ...

aged,
Mr
X ^Sv

Ryan
h Master
...

Smith's
oio

ch

Rockingham,
...

6 yrs,
...

...

Mr

Hartigan's Sweepstakes,

Betsy Prig,
sovs

6 yrs,

12st
...

each,
mares

ft, 25

sovs

added. The
or a

Wt winner
more

for

age: of a

3ft) 30
sov

to

and 51b

geldings.
extra ;

plate,
10ft)

of mile

two

of that
he

amount,
;ts.

extra.

One

and

quarter,
Mr

Second

horse

saved

his stake.

Sheehan's
lOst 4ft)"

b h David,

by David,
...

5 yrs,
...2 11

Carroll
ch g

Mr

M*Creight's
1 1 st 3ft)
"

Champion,
1 st

6 yrs,
Lane
3
2 2
...

^Mr 3d

Hogan
...

heat, Mr
...

2d

and

156

RACING

CAUBinOAlty

Mr

Vandergast's
list

ch
...

Welcome,
...

aged,
1
"""

9ib
b h

dis

Mr

KeUy's
( teii^
"""

Galilean, 5 yn,
"".
.."

lOst

8""
.""

(lis

First

heat

won

easily
"

second 29*

and

third

cleverly.

OCTOBE"

Sweepstakes,
the Mr
town

sovs

each, h ft, 40
Two mile

sovs

added

by

of Charleville.
b h

heats.

Dennis's

Galilean, by Verulam,
"

5yrs,
Mr

lOstlltt) ch
h

^Meany
Master

...121
...

Smith's

Boddngham,
...2
...

6 yrs,
Mr Mr

12st

Gray's b Keating's
41fo
...

(baulked) m Lazy Moll,


ch g Bed
...

10
3

aged, 9st aged,

dr

...

Rover,
...

lOst
0
...
'

dr

Mr

Smith's

ch

Kiss-me^uick,
lOst
21fo
...

(late
dis
...

Maiden,)
Mr

aged,
gr
m

Bourke's
9st 5ifo

Cripple Kate,
... ...

yrs,
dis
...

Mr

Hartigan's
lOst First
121b

ch
...

Welcome,
...

aged,
dis
...

heat

won

by

length

"

second

easily
"

third

in

canter.^

Sweepstakes,
for age half. a Mr
:

2
mares

sovs

each,
and

20

sovs

added. One
mile

Wt

Slfo to

geldings.

aad

Ryan's
list 21b
"

ch

g Mr

Champion,
Lane
...

by Welcome,
...

6 yrs,
1
...

Mr

Bourke's Smith's

Mr

gr chm

Cidpple Kate, 6 yrs, Kiss-me-quick, aged,


Won
in
a

9st 2ft)
lOst
...

2 0

canter:

158

OCTOBER

30.

Sweepstakes,
Wt
mile Mr age heats. for
:

soys

each,
mares

ft,

20

sovs

added. Two

3ft

to

and

gddings.
6 jrs,

Grew's
lOstllft
"

lawaaet, by
10st6lb

Slinge,
...

^Noooan
...

Mr

Bond's

Bob,

dis
... ...

Scuny
for Mr Mr Mr

Stakes, half
horses. br
m

soy

entrance,

soys

added,
heats.
1 1 dr

fJEumers' E. Bond's b

Catch

weights. One
5 yrs ^Pearce
"

mile

gBuck,
O'More

...

Bice's

Miss

0
... ...

Ms^ee's

br

h Little

John
... ...

dr

NOVEMBER.

CARRICKMACROSS STEEPLE
NOVEMBEB

(Co. Monaghan)
CHASES.
3.

The
50
SOYS,

Carrickmacross
with age:
40 3tt"
to
soys

Commercial

Cup,
to

Yalue horses. Two

added,
mares won

Wt mile
Mr

for

to

open and

aU

geldings.

heats. G. H.

Cup

be

three
m

years

successiYclj.
2 2 11

Gartlan's

ch

L.E.L.

Tearaway,5yrs,
Mr Blake's b
m

llstSft)"

by M*Clory
4

Wild

Girl,
...

yrs,
1 3 2 2
...

lOstTft)
...

Mr

Sheridan's lOst

b
...

Welfare,
...

yrs,
3
...

7ib

dis

Mr

Harland's
llst3ifo

bm
...

Dairy Maid,
...

5 yrs,
0
...

dr

NOVEMBER,

1851.

159

Capt Smith's
Moll Mr 5 Mr M'Daniel's

Joan

of Arc,

(late
dis
...

Sparks,)

5 7rs, llstStfo Miss br m Stephens,


...

7rs,llst31b(feU)
Reel's b f

dis
4

Linnet,
g

yrs,

lOst

7ib

dis

Mr

Mooney's er list 81b (felO


Even

Agitator,
...

6 yrs,
dis
...

betting
4
to

L.

E.L.,
First

Stephens, 4 agst Agitator, 6 to 1 agst


on

Miss

to

agst
Girl.

Wild

and

second

heats

won

by

length and
added

half
"

third

and

fourth

easily.
10
sovs, to

Famey
of
course

Sweepstakes,
2
SOYS

stakes SweepCup

each. with b g

and

weights,
G^rtlan's
dam

Open to all horses. seUing allowances. by his Prendergast,. aged,

Mr

G.

H.

Lucky

Lad,

Minstrel,
llstlft)"

by
...

Mr

J. J. lOst
81b

M'Clory Cassidy's ch
...

1
... .,.

g Honest
...

Tom,
...

6 yrs,
dis
...

NOVEMBER

4.

Carrickmacross
20
sovs

Sweepstakes,
Wts

sovs

eacli, h ft,
Stewards.

added.

handicapped
br IVIiss
"

by

the

Cup
Mr

course,

heats.
m

M'Causland's

Stephens, by
1
...

Leander,

5yrs, llstTft)
ch f
lOst
...

Cusack 6 yrs,
...

Capt
Mr Mr Mr

Croker's

Princess,

9st 7ib,
2
...

carried

Mooney's gr g Agitator, 6 yrs, Rogers's bl g Prince, 5 yrs, 9st P. Kenny's bm Whisper, 5 yrs,
Both

list
... ...

dis
dis

8st

10ft)

dis

heats

won

by

two

lengths.

160

BACECG

CAI.E3n"AS,

2 Faniej Sweepstakes,

soys

each, 10

sovs

added.

Cup
Mr Mr Mr

oouTse

and

weights.
m

J. J.

br Cassidj's

Miss
3""
"

Stephens, by
Cusack
...

Leander,

5 jrs, list

I 2

Gartkn'sbgLnckj Lad, aged,list Harland's bm Dairy Maid, 5 yrs,


OID
""" """ """

lift) 1 1st
...

Both

heats

won

by

two

lengths.

IRISH

METROPOLITAN CHASES.

STEEPLE

(Confy

Castle

Course.)
5* in

NOVSMBEB

to

Plate of 100 sovs Metropolitan a Handicap Sweepstakesof miles. b


m

added specie,

sovs

each, h ft.

Three Mr

Goodwin's

La Gazza

Ladra, by Magpie,
...

carried 98t 10ft)" Neale 5 yrs, 98t 8ft), Lord Waterford's ch h Lord George, 6 yrs,
i
"to\i
%

ID

"""

"""

"""

...

"t

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

E. J. Irwin's b

m Daphne, 4 yrs, 9st br g Carrig, Barry's aged, 1 1 st


. . .

7ft)
4ft)

...

3 0 0

...

M*Court's

gr g

Gridiron, 6 yrs, 9st

...

Morgan
QlO

nd
...

gr g

Peeping Tom,
... ...

6 yrs, 9st
...

\j

T. W.
tjtjj

Smartt's b g
.*"

6 yrs, lOst Prosperity^


... ... ...

\j

Mr
Mr

E. J. Irwin's ch h The

Otter,aged,lOst
list
... ...

4ft)

Mooney's
carried

Tidings, aged,

2ft),
...

list 4ft)

NOVEMBEB,

1851.

161

Mr

Martin's carried

Maid

of
...

Boan,
...

5 yrs,

9st,
0
...

9st Sib
gr g

Mr

Kelly's
Mr Mr

Young
br
m

Miller, 5 yrs,

Sst

lOib

Thomas's

Fanny
chm

7"", and

Dillon's

Elssler, aged, list 6 yrs, lOst 121b, Luna,


4
to

paid

ft.
2

5 to

agst
to

Lord
1

George,
other.
two

agst La

Gazza

Ladra,

agst any
Won

by
2

lengths.
pp,
lOsovs

Selling Stakes,
aU Two Mr horses, miles.
list

sovs,

added,

for

7ib each, with

sellingallowances.
6 yrs,
1
...

Martin's 9st 7ib


"

gr m ^Martin b
.""

Flight, by Arthur,
... ...

Mr

Barrett's
f leui I

Red

Knight,
"""

6 yrs,
'...

Qst

7ft),
*""

"f

Mr

T.

Meany's

b g Wicklow, b h GtJilean, 5 yrs, paid.

Abbott's

yrs,

and

Mr

Won
The winner
was

in

conunon

canter.

sold
to

for

"50,

pursuant

to

the

article^"25

went

the

fund.

LIST
OF

THE

EOYAL
BUN FOR
IN

PLATES,
IRELAND,
THE

""..

WITH

NAMES

OF

THE
In

WINNING
19"1.

HORSES,

CURRAGH

APRIL
TUESDAY,

MEETING.
22.

Her three six and

Majesty's
yrs

Plate

of

100
8st

gs.

Wt
;

for

age
31b

"

old,

ost

7ft)
8ft"

;
:

four,
31b
to

9ft"

five, 98t
and

aged,

Qst

mares

geldings.
Page

Two

miles.

Chatterbox^

by Magpie,
THUBSBAT,

4 yrs 24.

47

Her three six Red ch


c

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
lft" ; 4ft)
:

of

lOOgs

for
;

horses, five, 98t


and

"c.
"

old, 7st
lOst

four, 9st 4ft)


3ft) to
mares

I3tt)

and

aged,

geldings*

Post. The

Marquess,

byBirdcatcher,
FRIDAY, 25.
100

yrs

50
...

Her for 98t eh f age


3ft)
"

Majesty's
three
;

Plate

of

gs
;

for

mares*

Wt
;

yrs

old, 6st 7ft)


8ft).

four,
Two

8st

9ft)

five^

six

and

aged, 9st

miles.
3 yrs... 51

Kick-up-the-dust,

by

Star

of Erin,

HEB

MAJESTys

PIRATES.

163

JUNE

MEETING. 25.

WEDNESDAY,

Her
yrs
mares

of 100 g^ for three and four old diree yrs old, 7st ; four, 8st 7tt": 6tfo to and geldings. Two miles.
"

Plate Majesty's

Page
b
c

Chatterbox, by Magpie, 4 yrs


TfiURSDAT,

73

26.
"c. horses, five, 9st 7tfo;
"

Her

Plate Majesty's

three yrs old,7st 4tfo ; six and aged,9st 1 lib


Red ch
c

of 100 gs for four,8st 13ib ;


:

5!b to

mares

and

geldings.
75

Post. The 3 Marquess by Birdcatcher,


FRIDAT,

yrs

...

27gs for
31b ;
mares

Her

Plate Majesty's
;

of 100

three yrs old, ost 71b six and aged, 9st : Three b
c

four,8st
51b
to

horses,"c." 8st 12" five,


and

geldings.
76

miles.

Chatterbox, by Magpie,4 yrs


SATtJBDAY,

28.

Her

Plate Majesty's
;
:

three yrs old,ost 101b six and aged,9st 121b Four miles.
b f The

for horses, "c. 8st 81b ; five, 98t 61b four,


of 100 gs 5tb
to mares

;
;

and

geldings.
78

3 yrs Countess, by Birdcatcher,

...

164

ROTAL

SEPT

a:

I ;-

WKDSKSDAT,

3b

Her

Mfljestr's Plate
three
;

of

lOOgs
1 Ist

for

liorsesy "c
111b;
Sb

Wt

for age"
1st 41b

fire, 1
and

yn six and Tiro

old, 9iBt9ft;

four, lOtt
71b
:

aged,
ndles.

to

geldings.
c

ch

The

Maiqnefli, bj Biidcstcher,
TBUBSDAT,

yn

115
...

4*

Her yrs
mares

Majesty's
"

Plate

of

100
;

gs

for
8st

two

and
:

three ^b
to

old

two

jrs,

Gst 4tt"

three,
mile and

79"

and
c

One geloiii^gs.

half.
118
...

cb

The

Marquess,

by Birdcatcher,
FRIDAT,

3yrs

6.

Her for
"

Maiest/s
^tnree
;

Plate

of

100

gs

for

mares.

Wt
;

age 98t 12tt" f

old, Sst ; four, 9st 41b yrs Four six and aged, lOst. miles.
Star of Erin,
3 yrs

fiye,

ch

Kick-up-the-dust, by

121

OCTOBER
WEDNESDAY,

MEETING.
15. of
;

Her Two

Plate Majesty's yrs

100

gs

for

horses, "c.
;

old,
and

feather
;

three,
and Three

7st 91b
9st

four,
4ib:

8st 31b

lOlb;
to
mares

five, 98t 31b

six

aged,
miles.
3 yrs

geldings.

ch

Chaseaway, by Harkaway,

140
...

166

HER

majesty's

flates.

9st
mares,

3lb:

Sib "c.
61b

to

mares

and the

geldings.
of other

Horses,

bred
in

in addition

county
to

Londonderry
allowances.

allowed

all

Two

miles.

Page.
gr f

Caprice,

by

Coronation,

yrs

128

THURSDAY,

SEPTEMBER

26.

Her Wt for
Sst

Majesty's
age
121b
"

Plate yrs

of

"100

(late
6st 9st 71b
:

Irish
;

currency.)
Sst
mares

^three
;

old,

four,
to

3ft)

five,

six%nd miles.

aged,

61b

and

geldings.
ch f

Three

Chaseaway,

by

Harkaway,

jnrs

130
...

FRIDAY,

SEPTEMBER

26.

Her three and mile yrs

Majest3r's
old,
9st

Plate
;

of

100 Sst

gs.
41b
;

Wt

for 9st

age
;

"

fist 7ib
6ib The
:

four,
to
mares

five,

six

aged,
heats.

31b

and

geldings.
Queen's
Plate

Two
on

winner

of

the

Thursday
ch f

4ft)

extra.

Chaseaway,

by

Harkaway,

yrs

132
...

RACES

TO

COME.

CURRAGH

APRIL

MEETING,

1852.

TUESDAY.

Scurry
Anglesey
for the

Stakes,
Post. To

sovs

each,
at

25 time unless

soys

added.
entrance

name

the

of

Queen's
at 2
soYS

Plates. each

No for

i#ce
entrance.

five Wts

scribers, subto

be

fixed

same

night. Majesty's
Plate of
;

Her three six and

100
8st

gs. 9ft)
;

Wt

for

ag
3ft)
;

yrs

old, 6st

7ft)

four,
Two

five, 9st
dft"
to

and

aged,

9st

8ft).

miles.

mares

geldings.

Turf
Madrid
renewed

Cluhy
25

September
sovs

Meeting,
for
now

1851.

Stakes,
for

each,
of the horse

two

yrs

old,

Tuesday
Second
run on

next to

April
save

Meeting.
his stake. of for
more

Rathbride
The the 25 than the
on

Post.
to

winner beaten
soYS

Thursday
as

with

as

many him

horses,
same

"c.

may he

challenge carrying they


5
no

each,
his

distance,

6ft)
declare

original weight,
of

provided
Book The
;

to

Keeper
the winner the

the
of the

Match
the
race.

before
sovs

nine

o'clock go
to to

evening
of

ft to

the
to

challenge
winner.
to

if

challenge,
to

go per

original

The rule.

winner

pay

centage

according

168

RACING

CAIiENDAB,

St

lb 4 2

Mr Lord

Watts's

ch

Chit-chat
ch be
c

.,.

8
...

Waterford's Waterford's
T. Burke's ch
b
c

Lancaster
...

Lord
Sir

Redmond Thunder
...

O'Hanlon
...

12
1 1 g 8 8 8 8

c c

7
... ...

Lord
Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

Caledon's Watts's
Irwin's L^n's ch
c

Barbarian
... ...

Heffi-an

7
...

Pirate f

...

7
7 7

ch

Chevy
Pitnce dam

Chase

...

...

Atkinson's Dillon's
b
c

b f

by Magpie,

Alma's

dam

Patrick, by Magpie,
... ...

Shan-van-vocht's
Mr Mr Lord Miss Mr Mr

5 4 4

Watts's Reardon's

ch b

f Miss
c

Bernard

...

...

Bold
b
c
...

Boy
Dice,

...

...

Waterford's
Chance

by Corranna,
... ...

7
6

Quin's

ch

f Fuze
... ... ...

12

Hamerton's
away,

Diamond,
dam
...

by

Tear6
...

Prince
b
c

George's
Convert
b
c

10 10 10

Mr Mr

Cash's

(late Sam
O'NeiU

Gray)
...

6 6

Atkinson's
The

King

following
ch
c

declared

sovs

ft

Mr Sir Lord

Disney's
T. Burke's

Indian
c

Warrior
... ... ...

12

br

Bewick ch
...

Waterford's

by

Ugly
...

Buck,
...

Royalty
Mr

7
6

Disney's

ch

f Nounnahal
... ...

Sweepstakes,
the Club and
Post.

15

sovs,
sovs

ft,

20

sovs

added

from Fund. Those

20

from each

the

Trainers'

Waterford
who
the declare
1st

sovs

for entrance. in the


2
sovs

ft before

six o'clock
to

evening
ft.

of

January,

1852,

pay

but

BACE8

TO

COBfE,

1862.

169

yrs

St 8

fib 10

LordWaterford'schc
Lord

The
b
...

Marquess
Bedmond

Waterford's

O'Hanlon
... ...

3
c

7
*

3 3 0 0 12 12

Mr

Mangan's
L*win's b
c

bl

Tancred
...

4 3
...

Lord Mr

Waterford's

cb

Lancaster
...

7 7
6 6 6

Thunderbolt b f The

4 4
...

Sir T.
Mr Mr Mr

Burke's b
c

Kelpie
...

Quin's
Dillon's

Whiff
...

True b
c

Blue
...

10

Courtenay's
Lothario
...

Gay
...

Lad^

by
3
...

6 6

10 8

Mr

Irwin's

Tom

Moody for
2
sons

3
...

See

Addenda

fU.

WEDSESBAY.

TurfCluby
Wellington
Stakes,
of next

September
30
sovs,

Meeting
h

1851.
y

ft, renewed
Three

for

Wednesday
Old Course.
three o'clock but Mr Lord Lord 5

April Meeting.
horse
to
save

Tears

Second
start.

Those
of

who 12th

his stake, vided prodeclare ft before six

in the
sovs

evening
f

September

to

pay

ft.
ch

Watts's

Chaseaway
ch
c

Waterford's Waterford's

Lancaster
.
.

ch

Moyola,
...

by

Ugly
Lord

Buck,

Royalty
b
c

Waterford's The

Dice declared
5
sovs

following
b f Countess ch b
c c

ft

Mr

Watts's Burke's

Sir T. Mr

Cock-crow
Blue

Dillon's

True

170

BACINO

CAIiENDAB,

Selling Stakes
sovs

"

Sweepstakes,
all ages
"

added,
41b and mile

for

each, 25 ^three yrs old, 6st 4Sb ;


5
sovs

four, 8st
One

8st ; five,
a

131b
on

six and

aged, 9st
Course.
200
soys.

5fib. All If 61b


;

quarter

the Peel

starting suDJectto be sold for entering to be sold for 150 soys to be


horses
100
at
or

allowed
and

sovs,

9tb

60

sovs,

141b.

To

close Six

name

ten
no

o'clock
race,
at

the
2

evening before.
eaoL

subscribers

sovs

for entrance.

Scurry
Post, heats.

Corintbicms,
Three yrs

sovs

each.
;

Anglesey
11 st 6ib
never

old, lOst

four,
:

five,six, and

aged,
60

1 1st 1 lib.

Three 61b
121b.

having
Ave

won

sovs,

allowed

yrs old four yrs.


allowance

Sib

yrs, lOft) ; to be sold and not


run

six and

aged, claiming the


to

Horses

entering
may

above
:
"

under sold

the

conditions following
sovs,

^K

enteringto
;

be
sovs,

for

100

be

allowed
;

7ib

if for

75

9ft); if for 50 31b allowed


of those

sovs, to

12lb

and

171b:
winner and
to

mares

and be

if for 26 sovs, geldings. The


be

entering to
fund. To

sold to and

put

up

sold
go

by

auction

after the race,

any

surplus
or

to the

racing
sovs on

be rode

by gentlemen
name

as qualified no race.

for the Corinthians.

Six subscribers
close and the
race.

entrance.

To

at

ten

o'clock

the

evening before

THUBSDAY.

Her

Majesty'sPlate

of

100

gs for

horses, "c.

"

three

yrs old, 7st lib ; four, 9st 41b ; five,9st 13ft) six and aged, lOst 4ft". Red Post. 3ft) to mares

and

geldings.

KACES

TO

COME9

1852.

171

TwfClub, Sweepstakes^
now

October

MeeHngy
sovs

1851. for

10
to

sots, start

hft, 50
at

added,

two
run

yrs
to

old,
the

the

Waterford

Post,
The 6lb
ex.

and winner
2
sovs

Lord Class

Lieutenant's
of Madrid

gate.
Stakes

of the each

First

for

entrance.

Capt
Lord Mr

Johnson's Waterford's

Allegro
c

b
c

R^lmond

O'Hanlon

Wynne's
E. Orford's

Bold ch
c

BoyLancaster

Lord
Mr Mr

Waterford's

b f ch
c

Courtenay's
Burke's b
c

May-day f llie Fairy


Bewick
Patrick
...

Sir T.
Mr Mr of Mr Mr

Dillon's C.

Prince b
c
...

St.
Whim

George's
b
c

by Harkaway,
...

out
...

Irwin's

Tom b
c

Courtenay's
Ciaiii
...

Moody by Lothario,
... ...

Caprice's
...

Mr Mr Mr Mr

Irwin's

Pirate
c

Wynne's
Quin's
ch

Convert

f Fuze f Nourmahal
...

Disney's
Post.

ch

Sweepstakes,
the No

6
To

sovs,

ft,
and

20
name

sovs

added.
at ten
same

terford Wao'clock

close

evening preceding.
race

Wts

to

be
at

fixed
2
sovs

night.
entrance.

unless

five

subscribers,
FBIDAY.

Her for 9st age


"

Majesty's Plate

of

100

gs

for

mares.

Wt

3ft" ;

^three yrs old, 6st7ft) ; four, 8st 9ft) ; five, Two six and miles. aged, 9st 81b.

172

KAcnra

CAiAHBJks,

Twf
Second
now

Club,
of

October

MeeHng,

1851.

Class yrs

Madrid
sovs

Stakes

(renewed)
ft.

fin-

two

old, 25
who
or

each,
ft to dx

15 the

Ratlibride of the

Course.
Match of the

Those Book Ist


at

declare

Keeper
in the 5

before

o'clock
to to

evening
soys.

Jannary,
second

1852,
horse

pay
save

but his

If

three

start, the

stake.

st

lb

Mr
Mr Lord Lord Mr

Watts's

ch b

c c

Chit-chat
Bold ch b
c c c

Morgan's
Waterford's

Boy
Lancaster

Waterford's

Redmond

(yEEanlon
out

Conolly's
Croiskeen Lrwin'schf Watts's
T. ch

ch

by
...

Tearaway,
Chase
...

of

Mr Mr

Chevy
c

Heffiran
c

Sir
Mr

Burke's b

cb f

Thunder
...

Jaques's
Bemnant E.

Henrietta,
...

by Harkaway,
".. ...

Mr

Orford's Burke's

b f b f

Sir T.

May-day Lalage, by Epirus,


... ...

ligatawny Mul...

Mr Mr

Courtenay's
A. T.

ch f
c

f The

Fairy
Cecilia

Knox's
Burke's

ch b

Lady
Bewick
c

Sir
Mr

Fitzpatrick's
out

Kossuth,

by Magpie,

of Pheasant B.

Mr

H.
out

Grambell's

Canopy, by Pavilion,
Patrick

of Mansfield

Lass
c

Mr

C.

Dillon's

Prince

174

BACING

CALENDAB,

JUNE

3MEETING,
TUESDAY.

1852.

Turf
Elrwan

Club,

October

Meeting,
for Club

1851.

Stakes, 25.sov9
of the
next

each, 10ft, (renewed) for

Tuesday

June of
consent

Meeting,
the Turf of the
to
save

horses
or

the

property of Members named Boom, or by


on

Coffee
Post

Stewards.

the

Flat.

Second

horse who the

vided o'clock

four

start.

Those

his stake, prodeclare ft before six

in the
2
sovs.

evening of
The of the
sovs

1st
to

pay but with as

winner beaten

January, 1852, to on run Thursday


"c.
as
"

many
him

horses,
same

challenge carrying 6lb they


Book
race.

for 25
more

each,
his the
on

distance
"

may he

than
to

original weight

declare nine
2
sovs no

Keeper
the
to to

of

the

vided ^proMatch of the the

before
The
:

o'clock

evening
winner
to

ft

to

go

the go

of

challenge
winner.
to

if

challenge,
to

the

original

The

winner

pay

per

centage according

rule.

Lord Lord
Mr

Waterford's Waterford's
Watts's ch ch
b

ch ch

h Lord
c

The

George Marquess

f
c
c

Chaseaway
Chit-chat Bcdd b

Mr Mr Lord

Watts's

Morgan's
O'Hanlon

Boy
c
"""

Waterford's
"".

Eedmcmd
r..

Lord Mr Sir Mr Lord

Waterford's Irwin's
b
c

ch

Lancaster
...

Thunderbolt b f The b
c

T. Burke's

Kelpie Moyola George far 2 sovs fts*

Reardon's

Convert
b f

Waterford's

Sir T. Burke's See

ch f Sis. to Lord

Addenda

RACES

TO

COME,

1852.

175

Her yrs
mares

Majesty's Plate
"

of 100
;

gs

for three
Sat

and
:

four
5""
to

old and

^Uiree

jrs

old, Tst
Two

four.

7""

geldings.

miles.

WEDNESDAY.

Her

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
4ft) ;

of

100

gs

for
;

horses, "c.
and

"

three
six and

old, 7st
98t

four, Sst 131b


:

five,9st 71b

aged,

lift)

5""

to

mares

geldings.

Red

Post.

Nursery
Meeting,
old
a
"

Stakes,
8st

10

sovs,

h
to

ft, for
run

now

(October
two

1851) yearlings,
5Ib,
If
3ft) allowed
to

when

yrs

colts

fillies and untried

geldings
stallions 100

8st.
or sovs

Half
mares,

mile.
to

51b

both.
; ;

thirty subscribers,
subscribers, subscribers,
and
name

will will will of


in

be be be the the for

added added added. Match

if if To

twenty
twelve close

70
50

sovs sovs

to at

the six

Keeper
o'clock
2
sovs

Book,
the be

Kingstown,
1st

evening of
entrance,

to

January, paid at the

1852. time

each

of

naming.

See

Addenda

for
THURSDAY.

nominations.

'

Her

Majesty'sPlate
yrs

of 100

gs for horses, "c.


;

"

three six Three

old, ost

7ft" ; four, 8st 3tt) 9st


:

five,8st
and

121fo ;

and

aged,
nules.

5ft)

to

mares

geldings.
1850. for

Tuff Cluby
Third
10
sovs

June

Meeting^
Stakes

Class

of

Curraghmore
8st

foals,

each^-colts
half
a

5ft", fillies 8st.


to

Marquess's
stallions
mare

Post,
or

mile.

3ft) allowed The

untried

mares,

5ft) to

both.

produce

of any

176

BACIITG

CALENDAB,

having
or

bred

the

winner
to

of the

Anglesey, National,

Paget
L.

Stakes,

carry
c

3tt" extra.

Mr

Keegan's
in 1 846

foaled h-b

Cogniac, by Burgundy, by Tearaway, out of SeaguU's


b

dam da

(both un) M^ by Launcelot, out Keegan's b or br f Helena, of Seagull's dam of Sister to Mr J. Murphy's b c by Harkaway, out Johnny (un) of M'ss ting NutJ. Davies's Mr out c by Burgundy, (both un) MrE. J. Irwin's Free, (un) Recluse c by Mickey Lord Waterford's b c by Corranna, (un) Bepai :ee Watts's Mr br f Sal^y Barnard, by Magpie, out of Flighty
FBIDAY.

Her three si:x and Four The


sovs

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
101b
;
:

of

100 8st

gs
Sib

for
;

horses,
and

"c.

;
;

old,

ost

four,
5ib

five,9st 6Yb

aged,

9st I21fo

to

mares

geldings.
h

miles. Corinthian
at

Stakes,
sovs

10

sovs

each,

ft,

26

added,
the Turf

each

for To

entrance,

for hunters,

race-horses
of

admitted.
Club
or

be

rode

by
at

Members

Coffee

Room

Eildare,*

Kildare-street, United Clubs,


or or

Service, and
and

Sackville-street
in the Peel

by
One

Commissioned mile
and
a

0"Bcers half
to
on

Army
Course,
at ten
to

Navy.
To
on

the be

heats. o'clock be

close

horses

named

fixed

Friday evening by the Stewards


No
race

of the
of six carry

Meeting.
Turf
Club

Wts
same

the

u^ght.
lowest

unless horse
to

subscribers.
not

The lOst.

weighted

less than

RACES

TO

COME,

1852.

177

SEPTEMBER

MEETING,
TUESDAY.

1852.

Turf Cltihy September


The

Meeting

1849.

(renewed) 10 sovs, p p, for mares this covered the produce to run year, of the September "when two yrs old, (on Tuesday colts 8st41fo, fillies, 8st. Meeting, 1852) sey AnglePost. Produce or no produce to be declared in September Meeting after foaling, ft. The Club or
"

Anglesey

Stakes,

will

add

50 of

sovs.

Second
race

horse three

to

save

his

stake,
pagne cham-

winner
to

the

to
on

give
the

dozen

of

the

Club

there Lord Lord Lord

are

twenty

day of the race, provided produces. No produce, no ft.


b
c

Waterford's Waterford's Waterford's


Westenra's b

by Corranna,

out out

of Perdita of Red Rose

b f br
or

by Corranna,

Col

by Corranna, out of Repartee f by Burgundy Harkbr or

of Welfare out away, Col Westenra's b f by Sir T. Burke's


Mr Mr Mr Mr Balfe's b f b f

Ugly Buck,
The

out
out

of

Patty

by

Hermit,
out

of Blossom

by Colwick,
c

of Alba
out

Disney's br
Disney's
away Dunne's bl f b

by Birdcatcher, by Launcelot, out

of Swallow

of Jannette

Dowling's
ch

by Burgundy,

out

of

Lady

Hark-

Mr

April Fool, by Burgundy,


c

out

of

Lupin
Lord
Howth's

ch

by

Hai'kaway,

out

of

Foin-

nuella Mr Mr Mr Irwin's Lrwin's

Lrwin's Clarinda

Maria by Mickey Free, out of Anna ch c by Mickey Free, out of Recluse f Diana Vernon, by Harkaway, out of

b f

178

RACING

CALENDAR,

Mr

Knox's mach'-ee

(jun)
b
or

chf

by Magpie,
by Launoelot,

out

of

Gra-

Mr

Keegan's
Lass

br

out

of K^'^dare

Mr

Mr

Mr

(h-b) Murphy's ch c by Harkaway, out of a Sister to Johnny Spaight's b f Glaucopis, by Napier, out of the dam of Victory St Geoige's ch or gr c by Birdcatcher, of out
St

Whim Mr
man

George's
Platoff,

ch

by Birdcatcher, by Mickey Free,


out out out

dam

by
by

Het-

out

of Whim f dam Het-

Mr

St
man

George's
Platoff,
ch br b f f

br

out

of Waterwitch of Echidna of

Mr Mr Mr

Watts's Watts's Watts's

by Magpie, f by Magpie, by Magpie,

Flighty

of

Plaything
Libel

covered Guaracha, Capt Hervey named by and War Eagle, but did not declare produce. Sir Mr

T.

Burke's

Flash,

Mr

Cummins's

Telltale,
Howth's Mr

Lord Disney's Shepherdess (dead foal,) Mr Knox's Annie Mr and

Wadastra,

Guiccioli,

Keegan's m Mr Quin's
Lord and
were

O'Meagher's Osprey, Wheel Fuyard, (dead produce) and Waterford's Vaudeville, Isora, Puss, Monica, lldegarda, and Mr Whaley's Burgundy's dam
by
Bran,

named,

but

had

no

produce

"WEDNESDAY.

Her Wt for

Majesty's
age" three
4)fo ;

Plate

of

lOOgs
;

for

horses,
31b

"c.
;

five,
and

1 1st

yrs six and Two

old, 9st91b

four, lOst
:

1 lib
mares

aged,
miles.

1 1st 71b

to

geldings.

RACES

TO

GOME,

1852.

].9

TurfClub^
First for
8st
now

SeptemJ)"T Meeting^
Stakes,
when
two

185\

Class

of

Stewards'
to
run

10

sovs

eacb,
"

yearlings,
stallions

j/s

old

colts
to

41b, fillies 8st.


of
the

Anglesey
or

Post. 5ifo
to

3ft) a'^owed

untried winner Lord Lord

mares,

both.
extra.

The

Anglesey
b
c

Stakes

7ft"

Waterford's

Waterford's

ch

by Bashful, out Crescent, c by

of Lodola
out

of

Kick-

up-the-dust's dam
Lord Mr

Waterford's
Davies's b
c

b f

byJCoiTanna,
Bashful,
out

out

of Red

Rose Ai
i;

by
ch
c

of

Black

(both un)
Mr R. Rowan's dam

Fin-ma-coul,
Mattah

by
out

Clear-the-

way, J. Mr

Narrah bl f
out

(m un)
of Thoiii. Rose

Mr

Murphy's by Harkaway, L. Keegan's


foaled in

by Launcelot,
of White

(m un)
dam

Cogniac, by
by

h-b,

1846) (both un) Turf


Cluh,
of

Burgundy, Teai'away, SeaguH's

dam,

September

Meeting^

1849sovs

Third for when


mares

Class

Sharavogue
this
"

Stakes, 10
the

each,
to
run

covered ^rs old

year,
Sst

produce
stalUors
or

two

colts
to

4ft),fi^Ues 8st.

sey Anglemares,

Post.
51b
to

3ft) al'owed

untried

both. Waterford's
b
c

Lord

by

Coii*anna

(un) (un)
out out

out

of

Perdita Lord Rose y[r Waterford's b f

by Corranna
f

of R

Keegan's
Lass

or

br

by Launcelot,

of K^ldare

(un)

180

XACnVG

CAI^EHBAS,

Mrlrwin'sbf
Maria
Mr Mr Mr Irwin's

by Mickey
ch
c

Free

(on)

out

of

Anna

Mr

Disney's bl Disney's br c by Biidcatchery (on) Keary 's br f l^ Burgundy, out


un)
Bulge's b f

by Mickey Free (un) f by Lanncelot, out cf

ont

of Reclame

Jannette

(nn)

out

of SwaRow

of

Magnet
out

(both

Sir T.

by

The

Hermit,

of Blossom

(both un)
Col Westenra's Lord Eruui
were

Royalty,
but had
no

Mr

Disney's
and Mr

herdess, Shep-

Waterford's

Puss,

Dillon's

named,

produce*

THUBSBAY.

Her yrs
mares

Majesty's
"

Plate

of

100
;

gs

for two
8st
a

and
:

three 3fb
to

old

two

yrs,

68t 41b
One

three,
mile

71b

and

geldings.

and

half. 1851.

Tuff Cluby
Waterford
now

October

Meeting,
sovs
"

Stakes
run

class,) 10 (first
when
two

each, for
colts 8st
to

yearlings, to
fillies 8st. stallions Two 51b
or

yrs old
both. in

51b,
untried of the

Anglesey
mares,

Post
to

3tt" allowed The winner

51b

Years
extra
; ;
or

Old

Stakes

June,
Stakes
extra.

1852,
If

to

carry year

of the

Anglesey
101b be added

of that

71b extra

if of both,
sovs

thirty
twenty
sovs

subscribers,
will be
at

100
sovs

will

if

subscribers, 70 added,
the time

if twelve each

subscribers,
for
To

50
to

at

sovs

entrance, close
and

be

paid
to

of
of

naming.
Match the

name

the

Keeper
in

the

Book"
1st

six o'clock

the

evening of

Kingstown, at January, 1852.

See

Addenda

for

nominations.

182

AACIHO

CAIJBHBAB9

The 25
SOTS

Corintliian

Stakes,
2
soys

10

sots

each,
entrance,

ft,
for

added,
Turf

at

each To

for

hunters,
hers

race-horses

admitted. Cluh
or

he rode
at

hy

mem-

of the

Coffee-room

Kildare,
the

Kildare-street, United
Clubs,
or

Service, and
and half
to

Sackrille-street
in

or

by
One

Commissioned mile and


a

Officers
on

Army
Course,
at
ten

Navy.
To
on

the be

Peel

heats.

close

horses

named

o'clock
be

Friday evening
by the
No
race

of the
of

Meeting.
Turf

Wts
same

to

fixed

Stewards unless horse


to

the

Club

night.
lowest

six carry

subscribers.
not

The
lOst.

weighted

less than

OCTOBER

MEETmO,
TUESDAY.

1852.

Turf
Renewal
"

Ctnk,

June

Meeting,
Produce

1849Stakes for
the

of

the

National

(fourth year) Sweepstakes, 10 sovs covered in 1849, produce of mares


whose stallion
owners

each,

by stallions,
sovs

agre6
may and
to

to

subscribe and added The


to

25

for the Turf


to
sum

each
so

they
added
two

name,

which

subscribed,
will
when

100 the

sovs

by

the

Clab^
run

be

stakes.

produce
"

fillies 8st untried of Produce after


"

yrsold, (viz. Oct. 1852) 3tb. Anglesey Post.


or

colts
31b

8st

7ft",
to

allowed The

stallions

mares,

51b

to

both.

ner winextra.

the
to

Anglesey
be declared

Stakes
in No the

in

1852,

71b

September Meeting
no

foaling, or
We,
for
the
our

ft.

produce,

ft. add 25
to
sovs

undersigned, guarantee
respective

to

each

stallions, according

the

BACB8

TO

COUB,

1852.

183

above

article,
upon

to

be

paid
Stewards

at

such of the

time Turf
STALUONS.

as

agreed

by

the

may Club."

be

SUBSCRIBERS.

Lord Lord Colonel Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr


"

Waterford Caledon Westenra

for

Corranna! Simoom

Freney
Magpie

Watts R. W. W.

Whaley KeUy

Burgundy
Seahorse

S. Frazer Balfe
agree National be
to

Harkaway
Colwick

I fiirther above winner

give

25

sovs

in addition of R.

to

the the Lord Lord

Produce

Stakes
"

1852,
W.

should

got by Burgundy.
b
c

Whsley"
Perdita of Red

Waterford's Waterford's

by Corranna

b f

by

Corranna

(un) out of (un) out (un)


out

Rose Lord

Waterford's

brc

by
c

Corranna

put

of

Repartee
Mr
P.

Bateman's

by

Magpie,

of

Kate

Kearney
of La Belle Poule out by Harkaway, of Victoria Mr out Colgan's ch c by Harkaway, of Alba Balfe's b f by Colwick, Mr out of White Rose Itfr Balfe's b f by Colwick, out (un) Balfe's b f by Colwick, out of Violet Mr (un) of Mr Dunne's ch c April Fool, by Burgundy, out Lupin Mr away Dowling's b c by Burgundy, out of Lady HarkMr Blake's f

(both un)
Mr
M. Dunne's ch f

Lady Valour,

by Magpie,

out

of IHscretion

184

BACING

CAJLENDAR,

Mr

Fitzpatrick'sb

by Harkaway,
c

out

of Pheasant

(un)
Mr R. Hunter's ch

by

Harkaway,

out

of

May-

girl (un)
Mr Mr Irwin's Knox's chree of Clarinda out (un) by Harkaway, (jun) ch f by Magpie, out of Gramaf

Mr

(un) Murphy's ch Johnny (un)


Nolan's
c

by Harkaway,
out

out

of

Sister

to

Mr

by Burgundy,
br
or

of

Miss

Nutting
or

(both un)
Col Westenra's
out

b f

by

Harkaway by Harkaway,
of Echidna
of of

gundy, Bur-

of Welfare
b f

Mr

Whaley's
CalcaveUa
Watts's Watts's
ch

Queen

Bee,

out

of

(un)
f

Mr Mr Mr

br b f

Watts's
Mr

by Magpie, f by Magpie, by Magpie,


named Mr
R.

out out out

Flighty Plaything
Mr M. Dunne and duce pro-

Bateman

Surprise,
Dunne but did

named Mr Moore
in

Melody,
named time*

named
not

Anna,
declare

Emily,

WEDNESDAY.

Her Two 10ft)


to

Majesty's
yrs
;

Plate

of
;

100

gs 7st

for

horses, "c.
;

old,

feather
3ft) ;

three,
and

9ft)

four, 8st
4ft)
:

five, 9st
and

six

aged,
miles.

9st

31b

mares

geldings.
Club,

Three

Turf
Sligo Stakes
covered yrs old Post.
"

October
25

Meeting,
sovs,

1849mares

(renewed,)
the 8st

10
to
run

ft, for
when

this

season,

produce
8st

two

colts

7ft), fillies
to

3ft).

Anglesey
or

3ft) allowed

untried

stallions

mares,

sAcss

TO

cOMC"

1852.

185

5tt" to

hoth:

50

sovs

added.

The
;

winner

of

the

Anglesey
Produce

Stakea Stakes,

to

5lfo extra cany 51fo extra ; if of

of the National
extra-

both, 9ib

Lord
Kose

Waterford's

b f

by Corranna
c

(un)

out

of Bed

Lord

Water"brd*s

Corranna /^j[_
""

(un)
of Black

out

of

Repartee
Mr J. Davies's

/^"t^i.^"-^
b
c

by Bashful,

out

Art

(both un)
Lord

Howth's

by Harkaway,
c

out

of Alma's

dam

(un)
Lord Mr Howth's Lrwin's Maria Mr Mr Mr L'win's L-win's b f ch

by Harkaway,
Free

out

of
out

Fidget
of Anna

by IMickey
c

(un)

ch
f

by Mickey
or

Free
out

(un) out
out

of Eecluse

by Harkaway,
b br f

of Clarinda

(un)

Keegan's
Lass

by Launcelot,

of Kildare

Mr Mr

Mr

(un) Keaiy's bf by Burgundy, out of Magnet (both un) Murphy's ch c by Harkaway, out of a Sister to Johnny (un) St George's gr or ch c by Birdcatcher, out of
Watts's ch br b f f f

Whim Mr Mr Mr

Watts's Watts's

by Magpie, by Magpie,
b
or

out out out

of Echidna
of of

Flighty
or

by Magpie,
br

Plaything
away, Hark-

Col

Westenra's
out

by Burgundy

of Welfare
THURSDAY.

His

Excellency
Two

the

Lord 6st
;

Lieutenant's 5ft)
;

Plate

of
;
:

lOOgs.
four,
31b
to
mares

lOst;

old, yrs fire, lOst 5ft"


and

three,

Ost 2ft"
lOst 6tt"

six and Red

aged,
Post.
Q

geldings.

186

RACING

CALENDAR,

Tvrf Cltibf
The

October
"

Meeting,
Sweepstakes,
when

1851. 10
two
sovs

Marble
for colts
now

Hill

Stakes
to

each,
old
"

yearlings,
5ft), fillies Sst.
stallions

run

yrs
3ft"

8st

Anglesey
or

Post.

allowed The
or

to

untried of the

mares,
to ;

5tfotobotb.

winner of the

Angleseys
5ft)
extra

Nationals Winners
2ft) extra 100
sovs sovs

7ft) extra, carry if of both, 1 01b


yrs
won.

extra. to

of

carry

other two any stake for each will be and


at

old

stakes

If

thirty
scribers, sub50

subscribers, 70
sovs

added

if twenty

if twelve
2
sovs

subscribers,
for

will be

be
at

added,
the time

each

entrance,
close and

to
name

paid
to

of

naming.
Match of the

To

the

Keeper
Addenda

of the

Book,

Kingstown,
1852.

before

6 o'clock See

in the

evening for

1st Jan.

nominations.

FRIDAY.

The
to

Royal Whip,
Turf

presented by
100 age
"

his

late

the

Club,
Wt

with for

gs

added three yrs six and

Majesty annually by
old,
lOst
;

her

Majesty.
list
maies

four,
3ft) to

4ft); five, list


and

12ft);
Four

aged,

12dt.

geldings.
October

miles.

Tuff Club,
Paget
covered yrs old
"

Meeting,
p
run

1849.
for when
mare"

Stakes this viz.

(renewed,) 10 sovs, the produce to season,


1852^
"

p,

two

colts Sst 41fe, fillies Sst.


to

glesey Anor

Post.
mares,

3ft) allowed both.


;

untried of he the win

stallions

5ft) to

The

winner should

Anglesey
any other

Stakes stakes

3ft) extra

and,

(matches and handicaps excepted) previous for each to he starting for this, 2ft) extra race may have other winner 2ft) extra for each won. Any race

BACE9

TO

COME,

1852.

187

value and this. Lord

upwards he may have handicaps excepted) previous


"50
or

won

to

(matches starting for

50

sovs

added* b f

Waterford's

hy
c

Corranna

(un)

out

of Red

Rose Lord Waterford's b

by Corranna by
Corranna

(un)

out

of

Repartee
Lord Waterford's
b
c

(un)

out

of

Perdita Mr Mr Mr Mr Rose (un) by Colwick, out of White Disney's br c by Birdcatcher, out of Swallow Disney's bl f by Launcelot, out of Jannette of Lady Harkout Dowling's b c by Burgundy, (both un) away Balfe's b f Howth's Howth's ch
b
c c

Lord Lord

by Harkaway, by Harkaway,
Free

out out

of Foinuella

of the

dam

of

Alma Mr

L'win's
Maria

b f

by Mickey
c

(un)

out

of

Anna

Mr Mr Mr

Irwin's Irwin's

ch f

by Mickey by Harkaway,
br
or

Free
out

(un) out
out

of Recluse

of Clarinda

(un)

Keegan's
Lass

b f

by Launcelot,
of

of Kildare

Mr Mr

Mr

(un) Kear/s b f by Burgundy, out Murphy's ch c by Harkaway, Johnny (un) St George's br f by Mickey
man

Magnet(both
out

un)
to

of

Sister

Free,

dam

by

Het-

Platoff,
St

out

of Waterwitch f

(both un)
Het-

Mr

Mr Mr Mr

dam by by Birdcatcher, Platoff, out of Whim man (un) Watts's of Echidna ch f by Magpie, out Watts's of Flighty br f by Magpie, out ch

George's

Watts's

b f

by Magpie,

out

of

Plaything

188

RACING

CALESDAB,

SEPTEMBER

MEETING,
TUESDAY.

1853.

TurfClub^
The for when
mares

September
the

Meeting^
10

1850. p p,

Anglesey
covered yrs
two

Stakes,
this

(renewed)
year, of

sovs,

old, (on Tuesday


"

produce to run the September

Meeting,
Post.

1853)

colts
or no

8st

41b, fillies 8st


be
or

Angleseydeclared in
sovs

Produce

September
added. winner of
to

Meeting
Second
the
race

produce to after foaling,


to
save

ft.

100

horse
to
on

his

stake.

The

give
the

three

dozen of the

of champagne
race.

the
no

Club
ft.

day

No

produce,
Mr Mr Mr Balfe's

b f

Byrne's ch Courtenay's
Leila

by Colwick, out of Alba f by Birdcatcher, out of


bl
or

Julia
out

gr

by Birdcatcher,
out

of

Mr

Courtenay's Cooper's
c

ch

by Birdcatcher,

of

skin Mole-

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

Mr

by Schimel, out of Singaway Cooper's gr c by Schimel, out of Mouse Cooper's b c by Schimel, out of Lituania Colgan's ch f by Magpie, out of Harmony of Sarah b f by Tearaway, out CuUen's Dunne's b c Simpleton, by Tearaway, of out Lupin of out herdess ShepDisney's b f by Birdcatcher, Disney's
br ch b ch

Mr Mr Mr Mr

Disney's
Disney's
Dillon's

by Birdcatcher, out of Swallow of Twilight out c by Birdcatcher, f by Melbourne, of Jannette out f by Tearaway, out of E^nui
c

190

SACnrO

CAIiSHDAS,

Mr

Whaley's
dam

b f

bj Birdcatcher,
ch b f f

out

of

Burgnndy'd
of
of Puss

L(H*d Lord Mr Mr

Waterford's
Waterford's

bj Gorranna, bj Con-anna,

out oat

Repartee
oat

Wynne's
G. Watts's

ch

by Birdcatcber, out of Maria (jun) ch f by Birdcatcber,


c

of

Alice
Mr and

May
named
m

Gason Mr

by Philip, covered
named All's- well but

Troilus,
declare The

Willington covered by

byBeiver, and m by
did
not

Birdcatcher,

produce. following
:

mares

were

named,
Sir
Mr T.

hut

had

no
m

produce
by
Louisa's Michaelmas

^Mr
"

Balfe's
out

Expert,
of

Burke's

Birdcatcher

Honoria,

Cummins's
Mr Dunne's

dam,

Mr

Colgan's Victoria,

Campanile,
Hatch's Mr Mr

Daisy, Mr Dillon's Corinda, Mr Doyle's Mr Mr Dowling's Lady Harkaway,


Mr Irwin's Anna

Touch-me-not,
m

Maria,

Kenny's
McDonald's
Medea

Circe, by Tearaway, Mr KeaiVs Milm by Rust (picked foal,) Lord


and

town's
m

Cruiskeen
Lord
m

Lawn,

Mr

Newman*s

by
St

Venison,

Russborough's by
Rust,
Rose,
Red

Brandy

Bet,
Lord

Mr

Greorge's
Wabh's
m

Waterwitch,
Monica,
Rover.

Waterford*s
and Mr

Perdita, Red

Bdegarda,

by

Little

WEDNESDAY.

TurfCluby
Second
for
now

September

Meeting,
10
"

1851.

Class

of
to

Stewards'
run

Stakes,
two

sovs

each,
Sst
to
sovs

foals,
stallions

when

yrs old
31fo
to

colts allowed 30

41b,

fillies Sst.

Anglesey
or

Post. 61b

untried

mares,

both.

RACES

TO

COBIE,

1853.

191

Will The

be

added,

at

sovs

each

for

entrance. extra. out

winner

of the
ch

Anglesey
c

Stakes

7lb

Lord

Caledon's

by

Ishmaelite

(uu)
of

of

Henriana,

by

Winterfield

(son

Whisker,)

gr-dam
Lord

Lady

Henry
b
c

Waterford's

dam of out by Hampton, Sister to Magistrate, by Camillus (mare un) ch f by Corranna, of Puss Waterford's Lord out b c by Freney, out of Nan of the Waterford's Lord stone Nob, out of Rosalind, by TouchVale, by The (m un) H. Mr Smyth's br f Maggie, by Magpie, dam by Langar or Emigrant, Alfred's dam, by Clinker

(un) of by Freney, out by Young Phantom,

Royalty,

(un)
Mr Mr Harrison's E. W.
to

Lightning, by Magpie,
br
c

out

of Flash
out

Nunn's Joanna
c

by

Van

Tromp
out

(un)

of

Sister
Mr Mr

Irwin's

by Smallhopes,
ch
c

of Clarinda

(un)
or

Watts's

Paddy
c

Heffran,

by
out

Crescent

Birdcatcher,
Mr E.

out

of Ellen

Orford's

br

by Birdcatcher,
THURSBAT.

of Atalanta

(un)

Turf Cluby
Railway
10

October

Meeting,
"

1850.

Produce
sovs

Stakes for when and and


mares

(third class)
covered
yrs Turf
two

stakes, Sweepto

each,
to
run

this

the the

produce
Great
add
Sst

old, and
Club

year, which

Southern 100
sovs

Western
the 3Ib.
or

Railway Company
100
sovs.

will Colts

7ft), fillies 8st


to

Anglesey
mares,

Post. 5ft) to
in

3ft)

allowed The

untried of

stallions the

both.
to

winner

Anglesey

Stakes

1853

192

RACING

CALENDAR,

Produce 5ft) extra. or no produce to be cany declared in September Meeting, 1851, or ft. No

produce,no
Lord Lord Lord Mr Mr

ft. ch f
b

Waterford's Waterford's Waterford's

by Corranna, out of Puss f by Corranna, out of Repartee of Royalty c by Freney,out


of Alba
out

Balfe's b f
Balfe's

by Colwick, out br c by Oxonian,


f

of White

Rose

(both un)
Mr Mr Mr Mr

Byrne's ch
Leila

by Birdcatcher, out of Julia (un) Courtenay'sbl or gr c by Birdcatcher, out of


f

Courtenay'sch Doyle'sbr
Ishmael,
out
c

by Birdcatcher,

out

of Moleskin

Sarsfield, by Tearaway, dam

by

of

Mr Mr Mr

b f Disney's

br Disney's (un) ch Disney's (un)

Mignionette (un) by Birdcatcher, out of Shepherdess of Swallow c by Birdcatcher, out


c

by Birdcatcher, out
Melbourne,
out

of

Twilight
(un)
pitate Preci-

Mr Mr Mr Mr
Mr

Disney'sb
Dillon's
br

f by

of Jannette

Dillon's ch f

by Tearaway, out of Ennui f by Tearaway, out of Red


ch
c

Dillon's b Elizabeth

or

by JollyTar, by Tearaway, by Tearaway,


out

out

of

Queen
of

(un)
f
out

br Fitzpatrick's

of Maid

Ardee
Mr
Mr

ch Fitzpatrick's (un)

out

of Pheasant

Hatch's

b f

by Crozier,

of

Andromeda

(both un)

RACES

TO

COME,

1853.

193

MxHamson's

br

Lightning, by Magpie,

oat

of

Flasb
Mr Mt Mr Irwin's Irwin'fi Irwiu's f
c

by Birdcatcher, out of Easter by Mickey Free (un^ out of Recluse by Tearaway, out of Fenile de Route,

by
Mr

Birdcatcher Irwin's f

^n)
by
Birdcatcher,
out out

of

La

Belle

Poule,
Mr Irwin's dam Mr

by Wedge
ch

(un) f by Tearaway,
f

of

Independence's
of

(un)
ch

Irwin^s

by Magpie,
f

out

Harmony, by Bran, Deception,


Arrow,
ker by Whis-

Sweet
Mr

Norah's

dam

Mr

Keegan's b Maria (un) Keegan's ch


late

(un) by Tearaway,

dam

Queen

of

by Tearaway, out the Curragh, (un)


c

of

Mr

Keatinge's
by Charles

b f

by Crozier,
Twelfth,
out

dam of

Wilton

the

Fanny
of

(both un)
Mr J. Knox's ch f

by Magpie,

out

Gramachree

(un)
Mr

A.

Knox's

ch f

by Birdcatcher,
or

out

of Madame

Vestris
Mr C. W.
out

(un)
Knox's bl br f

Sybil, by Ugly Buck,


Puta

of

Mr

C. W.
out

Sylph, by fiiox's
Lady

FiUio br
c

da

Roebuck,
Filho da

by
Puta

Ugly

Buck,

of

Guy, by

Air

Mr

Mr Mr

Mangan's ch c by Connaught Ranger, out of Batwing (both un) Murphy's b c by Tearaway, out of a Sister to Johnny (un) Maher's b c by Elvas, oiit of Syren (un) of Guerdon, by T. Foster's out c by Ugly Buck,
Tramp

194

BACIN6

CAI^ENDAB.

Mr

Nolan's

cby

Tearaway,
Irish

out

of The

Cook
out

Mr

Quin's br f Wild
of Wheel

Girl, by Melbourne,

Mr

Mr Mr

Mr

Mr

(un) of out Quin's br c AttractiA^Cby Melbourne, Attraction (un) St Greorge'sgr c by Birdcatcher, out of Whim dam St George's ch f by Birdcatcher, pie, by Magof Spray (un) out dam St George's b c by Birdcatcher, by Hetman Platoff, Waterwitch (un) Whaley's b f by Birdcatcher, out of Burgundy^
dam

Mr

Whaley's (un)
Watts's Watts's Watts's Watts's
or

by Tearaway,

out

of

Calcavella

Mr Mr Mr Mr

ch b f b f ch

out of Echidna by Birdcatcher, by Magpie, out of Clari by Magpie, out of Veneer Heffran, by Birdcatcher c Paddy
out

Crescent,
G.
Watts's

of Ellen ch f

Mr

Alice The did Mr

May

(jun) (un)

by Birdcatcher,

out

of

following mares declare not produce


Hendrick's Blood

were :

named^
^Mr Dunne's and

whose

owners

"

Discretion,
Mr

Hoyal,
were

MaUey's
but had
no

Cruiskeen. The

following
"

mares

named,

Sir T. Burke's m produce : by Birdcatcher, Mr Mr Colgan's Victoria, Mr Cleverley's Prudence, Maria Doyle's Campanile, Mr Irwin's Anna (dead,) Mr of dam Miltown's Keegan's Seagull, Lord

Medea,

Mr

Newman's

by Venison,
St

Lord
m

Russ-

borough's Brandy
Waterwitch, Monica,
Lord

Bet, Mr

George's

by Bust,
Rose,

Waterford's

Perdita, Red

Ildegarda, and

Modesty.

BACE8

TO

COME9

1853.

195

FBTDAY.

Turf Club^
Renewal
of
soys,

September

Meeting^
Stakes covered
"

1850.

the
10

Russborough
ft, for
when
8st
mares

Sweepthis
8st

stakes, 25
the

year,

produce to run fillies and geldings


allowed
The
extra. to

two

yrs

old
"

colts

Ttt),
31b both.

3lfo.
or

Anglesey
mares,

Post. 51b
to to

untried
of the

stallions

winner No

Anglesey
ft.

Stakes

carry

7ib

produce, no
ch
c c

Mr Mr

O'Meagher's Murphy's Johnny


Watts's Watts's Watts's
or

by Tearaway,
out

out

of
a

Osprey
to

by Tearaway,
out

of

Sister

Mr Mr Mr

b f ch ch

by Magpie,
c

of Clari

by Birdcatcher, out of Echidna Heffran, by Birdcatcher Paddy c


of Ellen
out out

Crescent,
Watts's Watts's b f br

out

Mr Mr

by Magpie, f by Magpie,
ch f

of Veneer of

Plaything
out

Lord
Mr and

Waterford's
Irwin named

by Corranna,
Maria,
Red Mr

of Puss

Anna

Keary
and

Circe,
Ilde-

Lord
hut

Waterford
had
no

Perdita,

Rose,

garda,

produce.
Club,

Turf Ballyedmond
to
run

April
15
"

Meeting,
5

1851.

Stakes,
yrs old
to

sovs,

ft, for filly foals,

when 31b both.

two

8st

5ft) each. stallions the

Anglesey
or

Post. 5tt" to
to

allowed The
extra
:

untried of

mares,

winner winners

Anglesey
other

Stakes
race

carry

7lb

of

any

3ft"

extra

for each.

196

BACING

CAI"ia"AR.

Mr

H.

gar Mr L. Mr Mr

SmTth's br f Maggie, by Magpie, dam bj LanEmigrant, Alfred's dam, bj Clinker (m un) or Byrne's ch f Sister to Roller
b f

Watts's

by Magpie,
b f

out

of Veneer

L.

Keegan's
out

Louisa, by Tearaway,

dam

by

Bran,
Mr Mr

of Maria ch f f

C. Dillon's

(un) by Tearaway,

out

of Ennui

Disney's b
Waterford's

Lord
Mr

out by Melbourne, ch f by Corranna, out

of Jannette
out

(un)

of Puss

Quin's br

by Melbourne,

of Wheel

OCTOBER

MEETING,
TUESDAY*

1853.

Turf Club,
Renewal
"

October

Meeting

1850.
y

of the

National
10
soys

Produce

Stakes

year.) Sweepstakes,
of
mares

each, for the


for
sum

(fifth produce
owners

covered
to

in

1850
25
soys

by stallions,whose
each
so

agree may 100 the viz.

subscribe
and
to

stallion subscribed

they
and
to
"

name,
sovs

which

the Turf
to

added
The colts
"

by

the

Club
run

will

be

added

stakes. 1853

produce
8st
to

when

two

yrs old

7ib, fillies 8st


untried
of winner
extra.
or

3Ib.

Anglesey
or

Post.
5tt" to

31b both.
to

allowed
The carry

stallions the

mares,

Anglesey
to

Stakes

in 1 853

7lb

Produce No

be declared ft.

in

September, 1851,
**

ft.

produce, no

undersigned, guarantee to add 25 soys each for our respective stallions, according^ to the above be article, to be paid at such time as may of the Turf Club.** agreed upon by the Stewards
We,
the

198

KACINO

CALBKDAR.

Mr Mr

ch Spaight's
out

Curraghmore, bj Birdcatcher,

of the dam

of

Victory (un)

George'sgr c by Birdcatcher, out of Whim ch f by Birdcatcher,dam by Magpie Mr St George's out of Spray (un) ch f by Birdcatcher, out of Spray Mr St Greorge's
St

(un) Mr St George's b
man

by Birdcatcher,

dam

by

Het-

Platoff, gr-dam by Rust, Waterwitch

(un)
by Het-

Mr

St
man

George'sb

by Birdcatcher, dam

out of Waterwitch Platoff, (un) Mr Wynne's ch c by Birdcatcher,out of Maria, by out Harkaway, dam by Speculation,

of Foam

(un)

by Magpie, out of Clari Mr Watts's br f by Magpie, out of Plaything Mr Watts's b f by Magpie, out of Veneer Mj Watts's ch c by Birdcatcher, out of Echidna
Mr The

Mr

Watts's

b f

Lodola, Clancy's

Lord

Caledon's
Dunne's

Cassandra Michaelmas

Queen,

and

Fortress, Mr

Campanile, Mr Dowling's Lady Paisy,Mr Doyle's Maria Barkaway, Mr Lrwin's Anna (dead)and Queen of Kildare, Mr Keegan's m by Tearaway, liirKeary's Circe, Lord Waterford's Bdegarda,
Perdita, Red
Rose and

Monica, and
no

Mr

Watts's

Flightywere

namedy but had


WEBNESBAY.

produce*

Turf Club,
for
mares

October

Meeting, 1850.
sots

Sligo Stakes, (renewed)25


covered
yrs
.

each, 10

ft,
run

when

two

this season, the produceto old colts 8st 7ft)j fillies8st


"

31b.

Anglesey Post.
or

3ft) allowed

to
sovs

untried

mares,

5ft) to

both.

40

stallions added. The

BACES

TO

COME,

1853.

199

winner
of the

of the National 9tb


extra.

Anglesej
Produce No

Stakes

to

carrj

51b

extra ;

Stakes,

5tt" extra

if of

both,
Lord Lord Mr Mr

produce,

no

ft
out

Waterford's

chf

by Corranna,
out

of Puss

Waterford's Dillon's
Dillon's ch b f
or

hchj Freney, out by Tearaway,


ch
c

of

Royalty
of

of Ennui
out

by Jolly Tar,

Queen

Elizabeth
Mr

(un)
ch
c

Keegan's

by Tearaway, by Tearaway,

out

of

Deception
a

Mr

(un) Murphy's b Johnny (un)


Quin's
Attraction Watts's Watts's Watts's Lrwin's Mr Irwin's Red Rose br
c

out

of

Sister

to

Mr

Melbourne, Attractid8;^iby

out

of

(un)
ch

Mr Mr Mr Mr

by Birdcatcher, out of of Veneer b f by Magpie, out bf by Magpie^ out of Clari


c

Echidna

by Mickey
Anna
were

Free

(un)
had

out

of Recluse Perdita

Maria,

Lord
but

Waterford's
no

and

namedy
THUBSDAY.

produce.

Turf Club,
Sweepstakes,
covered
yrs
3tb

June

Meeting,
20
to

1850.
mares

25

sovs

each,

ft, for
run

this
"

year,
Sst

the

produce
stallioas
mare

when

two

old

colts
to

41b, fillies Sst.


or

Anglesey
mares,

Post. 51b
to

allowed The of 31b


T.

untried

both* winner carry

produce of any the Anglesey or


;

having
National
extra.

bred

the
to

Stakes

extra

if of
c

both,

51b

Sir

Burke's

br

Lightning,

by Magpie,

out

of

Flash

200

BACnVG

CAI^EHBAB.

Mr

Cooper'sc by Schimel,

out

of

Singawaj (both

Mr Mr

un) Cooper'sgr'c by Scbimel, out of Mouse (both un) Quin's br f Wild Irish Girl, by Melbourne, out
of Wheel

(un)
ch f

Lord Mr

Waterford's

by Corranna,
out

out

of Puss

Watts's

ch ch

c c

by Birdeatcher,
of Ellen
c

of Echidna Birdcatcher
or

]VIr Watts's

Paddy Heffran, by
by Birdcatcher, out
Perdita,
Mr Mr

Crescent, out
Mr

Wynne's
Lord

ch

of Maria Irwin's
were

(un)
Anna

Waterford's

Maria but had

(dead,)and
no

Keary's Circe
FEIDAY.

named^

produce*

Turf Club^ Paget


covered
yrs old
"

October

Meetingy
run

1850.
mares

Stakes
this

of 10 sovs, (renewed) the produce to season,


"

p p, for

when
stallions

two

^viz. 1853 Post.

colts 8st 4ft),fillies 8st.


to

glesey Anor

3ft" allowed
to

untried

mares,

5ft)

both.

The

winner and

of the he

Anglesey
win any

Stakes other

to carry

3ft) extra,

should

(matches for for this, to carry 2ft) extra previous starting each race he may have won. Any other winner to value "50 or upwards for each race carry 2ib extra he may have won (matches and handicapsexcepted) added. duce Profor this. 50 sovs to starting previous or no produce to be declared in the September Meeting,1851, or ft. No produce,no ft.
to

stakes

and

handicaps excepted)

Mr Lord

Balfe's br

by Oxonian,
ch f

out

of White

Rose

(both un)
Waterford's

by Corranna,

out

of Puss

4
.

BACES

TO

COME,

1853.

201

Mr Mr

Balfe's
Dillon's Elizabeth

b f b

by Colwick, ont of Alba ch c by Jolly Tar, out or

of

Queen

(un)

Mr Mr Mr

out of Jannette (un) Disney's b f by Melbourne, Disney*s b f by Birdcatcher, out of Shepherdess of Thorn, Hoysted's ch f by Birdcatcher, out

Mr Mr

Mr

by Harkaway f by Birdcatcher, out of Easter Irwin's Keegan's ch c by Tearaway, out of Deception, of the Curragh late Queen (un) by Bran, Keegan's b f by Tearaway, dam
Maria

Mr

(un) Murphy's b Johnny (un)

by Tearaway,
c

out

of

Sister

to

Mr of Mr
or

O'Meaghei^sch

Rinaldo,

by

Tearaway,

out

Osprey (un) Quin's ch c Curraghmore, by. Brian of Fuyard (un) out Corranna,
St

Boroihme

Mr Mr

Mr

by Birdcatcher, out St George's ch f by Birdcatcher, Magpie, out of Spray (un) St George's b c by Birdcatcher, dam George's
gr
c man

of Whim dsun

by

by Hetdam

Flatoff,
G.
Watts's
or

out

of Waterwitch

(un)
by

Mr

by Langar
Clinker
Mr Mr Watts's Watts's

(jun) br f Maggie, by Mi^ie, dam Emigrant, out of Alfreas


c c

(un)
ch ch
out

by Birdcatcher,

out

of Echidna
or

Paddy
of Ellen

Hefifran, by Birdcatcher
out

Crescent,
Mr Mr Watts's

b f

by Magpie,
named

of Clari and but


m

Willington
both covered

All's-well

by
not

Troilus,
declare Mr

by Birdcatcher,
Mr

did

produce.
Colgan's Victoria,
Irwin's Anna

Maria,

202

RACING

CAIiENDAR.

Mr Lord

Keary's Circe,
Waterford's Mr

Mr

Kenny's
Red
m

by Tearaway,
ajid Red also

Perdita,
Walsh's
m

Rose, Monica,
Little
were

Ildegarda,
and
but

by
Rust

Rover, namedy

Mr had

St
no

George's

by

produce.
JUNE

MEETma,
WEDNESDAY'.

1854.

Turf Loughloher
run

Cluby

June
10

Meeting^
sovs,

185L

Castle yrs
a

Stakes,
old
"

for

foals,
8st

to

when mile add


out

three
and 30

colts 8st To second


the

fillies 7ft), the


to
save

3ife.

One will
sovs

quarter.
The

which horse third


to

Turf
receive his

Club
20

sovs.

of the
to

stakes,
run on

and

stake.

The with him 6ib

winner many for 20


more
as

the beaten
same

last

day
as

of

the

of the
sovs

horses

may
he

each,
his the any

distance,
wt.

Meeting challenge carrying


to to

than
to

original
6lb
other

The the

thii'd horse be the

(in

addition

put

up

winner)
addition

allowed

3tt", and
up

5tb

(in

6ft) put
Lord

by

the

winner.)
b
c

by Freney, out of Royalty, of dam out Phantom, by Hampton, by Young Sister to Magistrate, by Camillus
Waterford's Waterford's ch
b
c

Waterford's

Lord Lord

by Corranna, by Freney, out


out

out

of Puss of the stone Touch-

of Nan

Vale, by The
Mr H.

Nob,

of

Rosalind,

by

Mr

dam Smyth's br f Maggie, by Magpie, by Langar or Emigrant, Alfred's dam, by Clinker H. Smyth's ch f Bright May, by Birdcatcher, Alice May

BACES

TO

COME,

1854.

203

Mr

E. W.
to

Nunn's

br

by Van

Tromp,

out

of

Sister

Joanna

Mr Mr

Harrison's

Lightning
f Wild Irish

Quin's
of Wheel Irwin's J.

br

Girl, by Melbourne,

out

Mr Mr

by Smallhopes, out of Clarinda Murphy's b c by Tearaway, out of Larry'sc

the-lad's

dam

Turf Cluhy
Sweepstakes, 10 sovs, the produce to this year,
colts 8st
to

April Meeting^
h
run

1851. covered

ft, for
when
a

mares

two

51fo, fulies 8st.


stallions
or

Half

mile.
not

yrs old 3ft" allowed


"

untried

mares,

but

to

both.

The

of the' produce of mares having bred a winner before St Leger the Derby or Doncaster Epsom of closing this article, to time 7ft) extra ; of carry the Angleseys the (at the Curragh) 7lb extra ; of for age plate or stake wt a Pagets 51b extra ; of of the value of "200, of the value or any handicap of "300, 10ft)
extra.

3ft) extra.

No horse
sovs

horse
to

to
save

Second
50

carry his

more

than
If
sovs

stake.
at

fifteen

produces,
entrance.

will

be

added,

each

for

COVERED

BY

Mr

Mr Mr

Keegan's mare by Bran, out of Maria (un) L. Keegan's Deception (un) L. Keegan's mare by Tearaway (foaledin 1846) out of Seagull's dam, h-b, (un)
... ... ...

L.

'

Tearaway Tearaway

Burgundy

Mr Mr

E. E.

Dillon's Dillon's

Red

Precipitate
van-

...

Shan-

vocht
...

Jolly Tar Tearaway

Mr

James

Knox's

Gramachree(un)

Tearaway

204

BACING

CALENDAR.

COVERED

BY

Mr Mr

Harrison's
P.

Flash

Colgan's Bjme's

Victoria

Magpie Mickey
and

Free

Magpie

Mr

L.

Julia
...

(late Lightning)
...

Magpie Johnny
...

Mr

J.
lun)

Murphy's

Sister
...

to
...

Mr Mr

P. D.

away Mr D.

Keary's Wynne's (un) Wynne's

Cif'oe

Mickey (m.) Magpie


Portrait

Free

Maria,

by

Hark-

(un) (un)

Blunder's
... ...

dam,

by
Portrait
...

AlcQSton
Mr
E. J. Irwin's Becluse

Mickey Free (un)


Seahorse
Seahorse

Lord Lord Lord

Waterford's
Waterford's

Perdita
Puss Red Rose

Waterford's Waterford's Waterford's


Waterford's

Seahorse Seahorse Seahorse

Lord
Lord

Royalty
Monica
dam of

Lord

Kick-upSeahorse
out

the-dust Sir T.

Burke's

mare

by Rust,

ofWaterwiteh

Tearaway
THURSDAY.

Turf Curraghmore
for
now

Club, Stakes,

April

Mwtingy
25
sovs

1851.

(renewed)
three
one

each,
8st

foals,
8st

to

run

when To
run

?tb, fillies
on

31fo.

yrs mile
to

old
and

"

colts
a

quarter
of the

the
or

Peel
mares,

Course. 5ifo
to

31b

allowed The

untrieid stallions
winner

both.

206

RACING

CALENBAB.

there aeriber

are

twenty
pay the the

produces.
entrance at

If the

produce,
time of be

the

sub-

to

declaring',
considered

otherwise

declaration
no

will f^.

not

valid.

No

produce,

COVEIUED

BY

lx"rd Lord Lord

Waterford's
Waterford's

Red

Rose

Seahorse Seahorse

Puss

Waterford's
dam

Kick-up-theSeahorse

dust's

Lord

Waterford's
out

Peri, by
of Perdita

Bird-

catcher,
Lord

Seahorse Seahorse
and

Waterford's

Bdegarda
Perdita

Corranna Lord Waterford's Seahorse and

Corranna Lord Waterford's Monica Seahorse


and

Corranna Lord Waterford's


her
out

Hampton,
Phantom,

Royalty, by dam by Young


of Sister
to

gistrate, Ma-

by
Mr P. Persse's Lord P.

Camillus Miss

Seahorse

Watts,

dam

of
Mr

George

Tearaway Tearaway Tearaway

Mr Mr

Caroline, Lady sister to Lord George Whaley's Burgundy's dam H. Smyth's mare by Landam, gar or Emigrant, Alfred's
...

Persse's

by
Mr
W.

Clinker H.
to

Magpie
own

sister Mr Mr
E. W.

Cooper's Muliana, Muley Moloch


Sister Whim
to

Schimel

Nunn's

Joanna
...

Tearaway

C.

St

George's

M^ie

BACES

TO

COME,

1854.

207

COVEBEB

BY

Mr Mr Mr

N. N.

Balfe's

Alba

Colwick

Bajfe's Expert
Lelia Dunne's
Dunne's

Oxonian
Bantam

Courtenay's
M. M. J.

Mr
Mr Mr

Lupin
Michaelmas

Tearaway

Daisy

Tearaway
Seahorse
and Corranna

Doyle's Campanile
Corinda

Mr

C. Dillon's

King
Simoom

Dan

and

Star
Mr Mr

of Erin

C. Dillon's C. Dillon's

Ennui Red

Precipitate

...

Jolly
Star

Tar

and

of Erin Free

Mr

P.

Colgan's
K.

Victoria

Mickey
and

Magpie
Free

Mr

W.
man

Mr

L.

by Hetof Vinegar Platoff,*out ning) Byrne's Jiilia (lateLight-

Reynell's mare

...

Mickey
Magpie

...

...

...

...

Mr Mr Mr Mr

Watts's Watts's H.

Echidna
Ellen

Magpie
Crescent

Bradshaw's

Clincher's

dam

Simoom

St
out

Greorge's mare
Waterwitch
gr
mare

by by
mare
m

Eust,

of

Tearaway Tyrant
Crozier Miss

Mr

G.
out

Daly's
of
a

half-bred

Mr

George Gray's ch Blythe, by Tomboy,


Figaro,
JLOGK

dam

by

out
...

of NivaUs
...

by
...

Black...

Ugly

Buck

Mr

G.

Gray's

ter, out

gr-dam
Whisker

by Doncasof Mary by Sir Peter, Bird of Passage by


b
mare

Ugly

Buck

208

RACING

CALENDAR.

COVEBED

BT

Sir T.
Mr Mr Mr

Burke's

Flash

Disney's Jannette L. Keegan's Seagull'sdam, h-b L. Keegan's mare by Tearaway,

Magpie Surplice Tearaway

foaled

in h-b

1846,

out

of

Seagull's dam,
Mr Holmes's

Burgundy
Caledon,

Lady
Clarinda

by
Simoom

Yerulam
Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Irwin's Irwin's Irwin's P.

Smallhopes
dam

Independence's Duvemay
...

Magpie

Mickey
Magpie

Free

Keary's Circe
Vesta
...

Armstrong's
D. D.

Keating's

Wilton

Arrow

Magpie Burgundy
Portrait

Wynne's
out

Maria, Venom,

by

Hark-

away Mr D.

of Foam

Wynne's

by

BatPortrait

catcher Mr Mr

G.Knox St

jun's Gramachree

...

Tearaway

Mr

by Magpie" George's mare of Spray out O'Meaghw's Osprey


...

Tearaway Tearaway
Iron Duke

Sir

T.

Burkels

Blossom

WEDNESDAY.

Turf Clubf
Third
for
mares

Sq"temher

Meeting^
10
sots

1851.

Class

of Stewards' this
"

Stakes,
the

eaeh"
to
run

covered
yrs

year,
8st

produce

when

two

old
Sib

colts

4ft),fillies Sst.
to

sey Angleor

Post.
mares,

allowed

untried
or no

stallions

61b

to

both.

Produce

produce

to

be

BACES

TO

COME,

1854.

209

declared
No time

in

September

Meeting,
to

1852,

or

ft. the

produce, no ft. Entrance of declaring produce.


Waterford's Waterford's Red Puss Bose

be

paid

at

COVERED

BY

Lord

Seahorse
...

Lord Lord

Seahorse
...

Waterford's
out

Peri,

by

BirdSeahorse
.

catcher,
Lord

of Perdita

Waterford's

(un) Udegarda
Perdita

Seahorse
...

and

Corranna Lord

Waterford's

Seahorse
...

and

Corrianna Lord Mr

Caledon's
B. Rowan's

Clincher's
Narrah

dam
...

Simoom

Mattah

(un)
Mr Mr Mr H.

Smyth's
Dillon's

Alice Ennui

May

(un)

...

Harkaway Crozier (un)


Simoom

C. Dillon's C.

Queen

Elizabeth

(un)
Mr Mr Mr Mr Watts's

Star Echidna
Ellen
... ...

of Erin

Magpie
Crescent

Watts's
L'win's L. away,

Clarinda
mare

Keegan's
foaled in

(un) by
(un)

...

Smallhopes

Tearout

1846,

of
...

Mr

Seagull'sdam, h-b P. Kear/s Circe

Burgundy(un) Magpie

FRIDAY.

Turf Club,
Watcrford
10
sovs

October

Meeting,
"

1851.

Stakes
for
mares

(third
old

class) Sweepstakes,
this year, ^viz. 1854
"

each,
run

covered
yrs
"

to

when

two

the duce procolts Sst


to

51b,

fillies 8st.

Anglesey

Post.

3ft) allowed
s

210

RACING

CAIiENDAB.

antried and
mares

stallions
to

or

mares, to

51b the

to

both.

To

close

Keeper of the Match Produce Book, Kingstown, on 1st January, 1852. in September declared to be Meeting, 1852, or fu If thirty or No more produces^ produce, no ft. if twenty-five prowill add the 100 Club sovs ; duces, The if twenty 70 sovs produces, 50 sovs. ; 7lb extra, of the Anglesey Stakes to carry winner
be named and
2tb
extra

should

he

win the

the

Stewards'

Stakes. Stakes
to

Any
carry

other 51b

horse
extra.

winning
Twelve

Stewards'
or

subscribers

no

race"

OCTOBER

MEETING,
TUESDAY.

1854.

Tuff
Renewal
of the

Cluby

October

Meeting,
Stakes for the stallions for the

1850,

National
10
sovs

Produce

year^-^weepstakes,
of
owners
mares

each,

(sixth, produce
whose stallioa
so

covered agree
to

in

1851 25

by
sovs

subscribe and
sovs

each
sum

they
will

may

name,

to

which

scribed sub-

and be added yrs

100
to

added

by
The
"

the

Turf
to

Club
run

the
"

stakes.

produce
8st
to

when
8st

two

old

^viz. 1854 Post. 51b in


to

colts

Tib, fillies
untried of winner

31b

Anglesey
or

3tt" allowed
to

stallions
the

mares,

both. 1854
to

The carry

Anglesey
to

Stakes declared

7lb
the
or

extra.

Produce
Book
in

be

September
no

Keeper of Meeting, 1852,


the
race

Match

ft.

Na of

produce
stallions

ft.

No
to

unless
25
sovs

five

owners

guarantee

add

for each

stallion^

BACES

TO

COME,

1854.

211

and stakes

unless and
to

there

are

thirty
the
as

mares

named

to

the

twenty
added such of be the

produces.

The
owners

be
at

by
time Turf
at

teed guaranmoney of stallions

to

be

paid
to

Stewards

may Club. time


not

be 2

directed
sovs

by
;

the

each, if produce,
wise other-

paid

the
will

of

declaring

the
''

declaration

be valid.

undersigned, guarantee to add 25 sovs each for our respective stallions, according to the above time be article, to be paid at such as may of the Turf Club." agreed upon by the Stewards
Mr Lord Lord Mr
.

We,

the

Watts

named

Magpie.
named

Waterford Waterford R. L. W.

Corranna. Seahorse.

named

Mr

Whaley named Burgundy. Eeegan named Tearaway.


COVEBED BT

Mr

Henry
gar
or

Smyth's
(un)

mare

by

Lan-

Emigrant,
Dillon's

Alfred's

dam,

by Clinker
Mr

Magpie
s

C.

Shan-van-vochf

dam(un)
Mr Mr Mr Lord Lord Lord P. T.

Keary's Magnet
Harrison's Flash

(un)

Tearaway Tearaway
Magpie Tearaway
Seahorse Seahorse

...

Courtena3r'sMoleskin
Waterford's Red Fuss Rose

...

...

Waterford's
Waterford's
... ...

...

Nan

of the
...

Vale Seahorse
...

(un)
Lord

Waterford's

dam

of

EickSeahorse

up-the^dust

212

BACINO

CALENDAB.

COVEB"J"

BY

Lord

Waterford's
out

cb
of

by

Bird-

catcher,
in Lord Lord 1848

Perdita,

foaled Seahorse
"

(un)
Royalty (un)
Perdita

""

Waterford's Waterford's

Seahorse
..

Seahorse

and

Corranna
Lord

Waterford's

Udegarda
Monica

Seahorse

and

Corranna
Lord

Waterford's

Seahorse

and

Corranna
Mr Mr Mr Mr Watts's

Clari
Echidna

Watts's
Watts's Watts's
out

Magpie Magpie
by
Camel

Bussorah,

Tearaway

Princess, by Retriever,

of Echidna L.

(un)
mare

Magpie
...

Mr

Keegan's
of Maria

by

Bran,

out

(un)
Deception,
late

Tearaway Tearaway

Mr

L.

Keegan's
of the

Curragh (un) h-b Mr L. Keegan's Seagull's dam, h-b by Tearaway mare MrL.Keegan's of Seagull's foaled in 1846, out Queen
dam Mr Mr L.

Tearaway

(un)

h-b

Byrne's Julia, dam of Roller J. by Annsti'ong's Vesta,


Puss

Burgundy(un) Magpie
Magpie

Verulam,
Mr

(un)
Arrow,
out

Keating's
Charles
the

Wilton

by

12th,

of

Fanny,

by
Mr Mr Mr G.

Whisker

(un)
...

Burgundy(un^

G.
St

Grey (un) Knox's Gramachree (un) George's Whim


Barry's Lady

Burgundy(un)
.

Tearaway

Magpie

214

KACING

CAI"E2n"AB.

5Ib

to

both*
at

If twelve
soys

produces,
for entrance. 5lfo extra
; ;

50

sovs

wUl
winner

be of

added,
the

each Stakes

The of the

Anglesey

National

Produce No

Stakes,

5ft) extra

if

of

both,

9ft"

extra.

in the Produce to be declared produce, no ft. September Meeting after foaling, or ft. Entrance of declaring produce* to be paid at the time
COYEBSD BY

Lord Lord Lord

Waterford's Waterford's Waterford's

Red Puss

Rose

Seahorse

Seahorse

Peri,
...

by

Bird-

catcher Lord

(un)

Seahorse
Perdita

Waterford's

(un)

Seahorse
...

and

Corranna
Lord

Waterford's

Udegarda

Seahorse
Corranna

and

Mr Mr Mr

Watts's Watts's

Echidna
B ussorah gr mare half-bred Alice

Magpie

Tearaway
by Tyrant,
mare

Gr.
out

Daly's
a

of

Crozier

Mr Mr Mr

H.

Smyth's

May by
1846,

(un)

...

Disney's Jannette L. Keegan's mare


away, foaled in

(un) Surplice (un)

Crozier

Tearout

of

Seagull's dam,
Mr C Dillon's Red

h-b, (un)

Burgundy(un)
Tar and Star of Erin

Precipitate (un) Jolly

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

P.

Keary's Circe Whaley's CalcaveUa (un) Whaley's Betty Swipes (un) St. Greorge's Whim St. George's mare by Rust,
...

Magpie
Tearaway

Burgundy(un)
Magpie

out

of Waterwitch

(un)

Tearaway

BACES

TO

COME,

1854.

215

FBIDAY.

Turf
Paget
covered
yrs old
"

Cluby

October

Meeting,
sovs, to

1851.

Stakes, (renewed) 10
this viz.
season,

p
run

the
"

produce
8st
to

p, for when

mares

two

1 854 3ft)

colts allowed The and

41b, fillies 8st.


untried of
he

glesey Anor

Post.
mares,

stallions the

5lb 31b

to

both.
;

winner

Anglesey
any other

Stakes
stakes
to

extra

should

win

(matches
won.

and

handicaps
extra

excepted)
for each
21b he
race

previous
he for have may each
won

starting
value

for this, 2tb

have
race

Any
50
sovs

other
or

winner

extra

upwards
twenty
at

may

(matches
starting
Club will
or

and

handicaps
If
sovs,

excepted)
2
sovs

for this. add


no

to previous produces, the Turf

50

each

for entrance.

Produce

in the Sepproduce to be declared tember ft. No 1852, Meeting, or produce, no rit. If produce, the subscriber the entrance to at pay of declaring, or otherwise the time the declaration will
not

be

considered

valid.
COVEHED BY

Lord Lord Lord

Waterford's

Bed Puss

Rose
... ... ...

Seahorse Seahorse

^aterford's
Waterford's Perdita

Peri,

by

Bird-

catcher,
Lord

(un)
Ildegai'da
Perdita

Seahorse
...

Waterford's

Seahorse
...

and

Corranna

Lord

Waterford's

Seahorse
...

and

Corranna
Mr

Balfe's
Watts's

White

Rose

(un)

Colwick
...

Mr
Mr

Plaything
Bussorah

Watts's

Magpie Tearaway

216

RACING

GALENBAS.

COVERED

BY

Mr Mr

Quin's
C.
( un )

The

Mist Ennui

(un)
Elizabeth

Tearaway
Simoom

C. Dillon's
Dillon's
"""

Mr

Queen
"""

Star
""" """

of Erin

Mr

H. liam

Smyth's
the

Fair

Star, by WH-

4th, Catalani

(un)
May
by

Crozier
...

(un) (un)

Mr Mr

H.

St.
out

Smyth's George's

Alice
mare

(un)
Bust,

Crozier

of Waterwitch Jannette

(un)
h-b

Mr

Disney's
L. L. away,

Tearaway Surplice (un) Tearaway


Tearof Seagull's

Mr
Mr

Keegan's

Seagull'sdam,
mare

Keegan's
fosded

by
out

in 1

846,

dam^
Mr

h-b, (un) Henriana,

Burgundy(un)
by
Win-

Bradshaw's
terfield
out

Mr Mr
Mr

Irwin's Irwin's
Irwin's
( un I

Lady Duvemay
Clarinda

of

Henry (un) (un)

(un)

Ishmaelite(an)
Mickey
Free

Smallhopes
dam
"""

Independence's
""" ...

Magpie Tearaway
Magpie

Mr

St.
out

Mr Mr Mr Mr

P. P.

George's mare by Magpie, of Spray (un) Keary's Circe Colgan's Victoria


...

Magpie Burgundy(un)
Portrait

Whaley's
Wynne's
away

Betty Swipes (un)


Maria,

by

Hark-

(un)
Venom,
of Veneer

(un)

Mr

Wynne's
out

by

catcher RatPortrait
. . .

(un)

(un)

EACES

TO

COM",

1855.

217

OCTOBER

MEETING,
TUESDAY.

1855.

Turf Club,
Renewal
of the

October Prodnce
sots

Meeting,
Stakes

1851.

Nadooal
10

year.)
"

Sweepstakes,
covered
to

each, for
for
sum

(seyenth) the produce


owners

of

mares

in

1852 25

hj
sovs

stallions whose each


so

agree may 100

sabscribe
and added The
.

stallion subscribed

they
and
to
"

name,
so"8

to

which

the

the stakes
viz. 1855
"

by the Turf produce to


8st
to

Club
run

will

be

added yrs old

when

two

colts

7ifo" fillies 88t


untried of the
to

3ib.

Anglesey
or

Post.
5Ib in
to

31b

allowed
The
extra.

stalHons

mares,

both. 71b of the

winner

Anglesey
be

Stakes
to

1855,

Stallions

declared
on

the 1st

Keeper
in the

Match
and

Book,
mares

Kingstown,
be named and
to

the
the

January,
delared
or

1852,
the

to

same

June
to

Meeting,
same

1852,

in
no

September
n.

produce to be Meeting, 1853,


race

ft.

No of

produce,
stallions be

No
to

unless 25
as

five for
be

owners

guarantee

add

soys

each

stallion, to
upon unless and
to

paid

at

such
of
mares

time
the

may

agreed
and

by the
there
are

Stewards

Turf

Club"
to

stakes

twenty
added such
of the

thirty produces.
by
the
as

named

the

The of
be
2

money

be

owners

teed guaranstallions to be

paid

at

time
Turf
at the

may

directed
sovs

by

the

Stewards
to

Club.
time be of

each, if produce,

be

paid

declaring,otherwise

the

declaration See Addenda

will

not

valid.

for

nominations

of

stallions*

218
,

BAGING

CALENDAB.

HEATH

RACES. Heath Reuses


in

To

be
100

run

for

at

the

July^
10
soys,

1852.

SOYS

added with
or

to

Sweepstakes

of the

hfit,
Book,

to

be

entered
on

Kildare,

Keeper of before Wednesday


the the the

Match of the

April

Meeting, by
may the

1852,

at

Curragh,
Turf

and
or

Stewards

of
next

Club,
and

handicapped whom they


to
"

appoint, the
on

day,
the
or

Friday
of the the

of
on

same

weights meeting
1st

be
2
soys

lished pubft
to

only,
the added
once

if declared

before
Book.

June,
2

1852,
soys

Keeper
to

Match Fund.

The Horses

to
won

be

Race the
to

haYing
and
or

between

weights being
carry
6ft" extra

declared
;
a

the
more,

day of racing,
7ibs stakes and
;
or

twice
race

haYing
times

started and

twice, in
not won,

where

the

exceed

"50,

to

three

beaten,
once
"

51b round
10

less the

less ; 31b carry than the original about


or no

weights.
miles.
2

Heats,
soys

course,

two
race.

entrance

acceptances
40

Sweepstakes,

10 soys, when Three b f ch


c

hft,
two

soys

added
:

for

now

yearlings,to

run

yrs

old of

colts, 8st
mile.

71b

8st Sib. fillies,

quarters

Lord Lord

Waterford's

by Corranna, by Crescent,

out out

of Red of

Rose

Waterford's
dam

Kick-up-

the-dust's Lord Mr M. of

Waterford's Dunne's

b ch

c c

of Repartee out by Corranna, April Fool, by Burgundy, out

Lupin
Thomas's of ch
c

Mr

J.
out

The

Sly Fox, by Harkaway,


dam

Lanys-the-lad's

GOUNTBT

MEETINGS.

219

Mr

Mr

Mr

(lateLowfold) by of Cantata, bj Molej, sold at out St. Lawrence, Doncaster as yearling, 1851. a f by Launcelot, out bl or J. Thomas's br of Thorn, by Harkaway Osborne's of AbigaU, by b f by Annandale, out
br
c

J. Thomas's

Ben

Heder,

Mulatto Mr L.

Keegan's
in h b

foaled

dam Cogniac, by Burgundy, of Seagull's 1846, by Tearaway, out b


c

dam,
Mr L.

Keegan's SeaguU's dam,


M.

b f h b

Helena,
ch

by Launcelot,

out

of

Mr

Corcoran's

Warrior,

by Warlike,

out

of
Mr Mr.

Hybla, by Philip the First Irwin's Mould gr c by Mickey Free, out of Iron St. George's bl or f by Mickey Free, dam br
Platoff, Waterwitch

Miss

by Hetman

DOWN

BOYAL

COBPORATION
1852.

MEETING

The
sovs

Downshire
added

Stakes,

15

sovs

each,

10

ft, 50
now

by

the

Marquess

of Downshire,

for

when the 1st two on yearlings, to run yrs old, (viz. 1852)--colts 8st 7ft), fillies and day of the D.R.C.R. of the to produce geldings 8st 2ft" : 3ft" allowed untried stallions about
or

mares,

51b of

to
a

both. mile.

Kilwarlin A winner

Lawn,
once

three

quarters

before

starting 3ft", twice


b

5ft" extra.

Lord

Downshire's

Lady
Lord

Harkaway
b

by Can)
c i

Burgundy
out

(un)
of Bed

out

of

Waterford's

by Corranna,

Rose

220

RAcnro

cavendjlb.

Lord

Waterford's
-dust's

ch dam be

bj

Crescent,

out

of

Kick-

up-the
Lord Lord

Waterford's Waterford'sbcby Caledon's


dam b
c

bj Corraima, out of Repartee Bashful (un) outof Lodola


out

Lord

by Simooui, by Simoom,

of Fortress,

Old

England's
Lord

Caledon's
dam

out

of The

Queen,

Shylock's
Lord

Mr

Mr

Mr

Mr

Mr

Mr

of Verbena, out by Simoom, by Slane, out of Peggy, dam of Osceola V. W. of ch out Mill's c by Ugly Buck, Virgin, by Velocipede W. Sly Fox, by Harkaway, Disney's ch c The of X^any's-the-lad'sdam out W. Disney's br c Ben Heder (late Lowfold,) by of Cantata, by Muley, St Lawrence, sold at out Doncaster as a yearling W. of out Disney's bl or br f by Launcelot, Thorn, by Harkaway L-win's Free (un) out of Lx)ngr c by Mickey mould (un) Osborne's of Abigail, by b f by Annandale, out Caledon's
b
c

Mulatto
Mr

H.

Bradshaw's

by Burgundy,

out

of Circe

(sire un')
Mr

Bradsnaw's
out

ch

f Bondwoman,
dam

by Ishmaelite, by Magpie"
out

of Barbarian's ch

(sireun)
de

Mr

Watts's
out

f Duchess

Guiche,

of Echidna ch
c

Mr

Watts's

Master

Bob"

by Harkaway,

of

May-girl (un)
Mr

S. Murland's
Swallow

brc

Snare, by Birdcatcher,

out

of

(un)

222

BACINO

CALEITDAB.

LIMERICK
FIRST DAY

B,ACES."
"

(Newcastle
SEPT.

Course.J
of
a

TUESDAY,

21, 1852.
case

Sweepstakes
with Horses
next

of 10 sovs,
SOYS

h ft in

ance, acceptmiles.
the of

100 be

added.
on

Two

and

half

to

named June

Wednesday
to to
same

Cnrragh
Book,
of
or

Meeting
Wts Turf
race.

the be

Keeper
fixed

of the

Match Stewards

Kildare. the
no

by

the Ten
to
no

Club
Each Four

Meeting,
horse
to start
or

subscribers pay
money
2
SOYS

entering

entrance.

horses

will

be

added.
PRESENT 8UB8CRIBKBS.

Waterford.
Waterford. William

James
E.

H.

Scott.

J. G.

Hay.

J. Irwin.

Waterford.
J. Yanderkiste.

Quin.

F.

Cnnninghsm.
Gavin.

John

Courtenay. Geo.
SECOND DAY

G.

Fitzgibbon.
22.

S. A. Dickson.

J. Osborne.
"

^WEDNESDAY,

SEPT.

The
cap

Great

Munster
of 10

Steeple
soys soys

Chase

"

^A
in

Handi*
case

Sweepstakes
with

each,
added.

h ft

of be

acceptance,
named
directed
to
on

100

Horses
with
2

to

by enclosing
Mr.
or

the

ncwiination

soys,

Michael
before
on

Limerick,
Wts
be and
to

the the To the

Hartigan, Cecil-street, 1st of September, 1852.


7th, and
run

be
cm

declared
the

acc^tanoes
three

to

made
a

15th.

about

miles
OYer
a

half

adjoining
money
PRESENT

Newcastle
Ten
to

Course,
and

fair

hunting country.
or no

accept

four

to

start,

wiU

be

added.

8UBSCBIBEBS.

Waterf"xd.
H. Jackson.

R. T.

Fitzgerald.^
McDonnell. Lane. Mahon.

B. John

Frendergast.
Stein. Bonrke.

J. G.
J.

Hay.
Lawless.

Hamden

Edward

Osborne.

Charles

Michl.

Hartigan*

Cecil

LIST

OP

THE

ROYAL
TO BE

PLATES,

".

RUN

FOR

IN

IRELAND

In

l#ft9.

CURRAGH

APRIL

MEETING.

TUESDAY,

20.

Her

Majesty's
yrs

Plate

of

100
8st
mares

gs.

Wt
;

for

age
Sib

"

three
six Two

old,

ost

7ib
81b

;
:

four,
3tt"
to

9ft"

five, 98t
and

and

aged,

9st

geldings.

miles.

THURSDAY,

22.

Her three six Red

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
lib 4ib
;
:

of

lOOgs

for
;

horses, five, 98t


and

"e.
"

old, 7st
lOst

four, 9st 4ib


31b
to
mares

131b

and

aged,

geldings.

Post.

FRIDAY,

23.

Her

Majesty's
"

Plate

of

100

gs
;

for

mares.

Wt
;

for
9st

age
Sib

^threeyrs old,
;

Gst

7tt"
81b.

four, 8st
Two

91b

five,

six

and

ag^ed, 98t

miles.

224

HEB

majesty's

FLATE8.

JUNE

MEETING.
22.

TUESDAY,

Her

Majesty's
and

Plate

of

100
;

gs

for three
Sst

and
:

four 5ib
to

jrs
mares

old"

4liree yrs

old^ 7st
Two

four,

71b

g^lding^.

miles. 23.
100

WEDNESDAY,

Her three six and Red

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
41b
;

old, 7st
9st

for gs four, 8st 13ib ; of


:

horses, "c.
and

"

five, 9st 71b

aged,

1 lib

51b

to

mares

gelding^.

Post.
THURSDAY,

24.

Her three six Three

Majesty'sPlate
old, 6st 71b
;

of

100

g"

for horses, "c.


;

"

yrs and

four, Sst
51b
to

31b

five, Sst
and

12ib

aged,

9st

mares

geldings.

miles.
FRIDAY,

25. 100
Sst

Her

Majesty's
yrs

Plate
101b
;
:

of

gs

for horses, "c.

; ;

three
six and

old,

ost

four,
51b

Stt" ;

five,9st 6lb
and

ag^d,
miles.

9st 121b

to

mares

geldings.

Four

ROYAL

SEPTEMBER
S.

MEETING.

WEDNESDAY,

Her

Majesty's
"

Plate

of

lOOgs
;

for

horses,
1 Ost 3tt" to

"c.
;

age five, 1 1st 41b and

Wt

for

^three yrs old, 9st 91b


;

four,
:

1 1 lb
mares

six and Two

aged,
miles.

1 1st 7ib

geldings.

REB

majesty's

PLATES.

225

THURSDAY,

9* 100
;

Her yrs
mares

Majesty's
"

Plate

of

gs

for
8st

two

and
:

three
31b
to

old

two

yrs,

6st 4ib
One

three,
mile 10. 100
;

7ib
a

and

gelding^.

and

half.

FRIDAY,

Her for 9st


"

Majesty's
^three
;

Plate

of

gs

for

mares.

Wt
;

age 12ft"

old, 8st yrs six and aged, lOst.

four, 9st
Four

4ft)

five,

miles.

OCTOBER
WEDNESDAY,

MEETING.
13. of
;

Her

Majesty's
yrs
;

Plate

100

gs

for

horses, "c.
41b 3tt"

Two
lOlfo
to

old,
and

feather
3tt" ;

three, 7st 9ft" ; four, 8st


and

five, 9st

six

aged,
miles.
14.

9st

mares

geldings.
THURSDAY,

Three

His
100

Excellency
Two

the

Lord

Lieutenant's
;

Plate 9st lOst


2ib

of
;
:

gs.

four, lOst;
3ft" to
mares

old, yrs five, 10st5ft"


and

6st 51b
;

three,

six and Red

aged,
Post.

6lb

geldings.
FRIDAY,

15.

The
to

Royal Whip,
Turf

presented by
100 age
"

his late

the

Club,
Wt
;

with for
1 1st

gs

added three
;

Majesty annually by
old,
lOst
;

her

Majesty.
st

four, 11
31b
to

41b

five,

12ib

six

yrs and

aged,
^

128t.

maies

and

geldings.

Four

miles.

226

HER

majesty's

plates.

BELLEWSTOWN

MEETING.

THURSDAY.

Her

Majesty's
Wt
;

Plate age
;

of
"

100 ^three

gs yrs

for

Irish-bred
;
'

horses, "c.
four, 8st
3lb
to

for 9^

old, Gst 4ft)


;

five,8st
and

six,

8st

131b

aged
heats.

9st.

mares

geldings.

Three

mile

DOWN

ROYAL
AUGUST

CORPORATION
^THURSDAY.

MEETING

"

Her Wt for

Majesty's
"

Plate

of "100

(lateIrish cuirency.)
;

age 121b Sst five,

^three yrs ; six and miles.

old, 6st 71b

four, Sst
to
mares

3ft"

aged, 9st

5fb

and

geldings.

Three

FRIDAY.

Her

Majesty's
;
:

Plate
41b
to
;

of

100

gs.
;

Three
six and

3rrs old,

6st 7lb
9st 5fb mile

four,
31b

Sst

five, 9st
mares

aged,
Two
on

iJlowed The

and of the

geldings.
Queen's

heats.
41b

winner

Plate

Thursday

extra.

MAZE^OCTOBER.
Her
at

Majesty's Londonderry.)
;

Plate Wt
;

of 100 for

gs,
"

(formerly
^three yrs and six ;

run

for

91b
9st
mares,

four,
"c.
51b

Sst 31b

91b
to

five,
the

age 9st lib

old, 7st

aged,

31b:

mares

and

bred
in

in

Horses, geldings. county of Londonderryall other

allowed Two

addition

to

allowances.

miles.

ALPHABETICAL
OF THE

LIST

WINNING

HORSES
IN THE

IN

IRELAND

TTear

19ftl.

The

stake

of the

owner

is

not

included

in

the

sum

won.

No.

of

Age.
By ch
at

Prizes.

APOLLO.
Mr

Harmony,
Kildare Hunt

Whyte's,
...

20

sovs

I
...

AKCHY. 6
ch g

Archy,

Mr
...

Barry's,
...

45

sovs

at

Monkstown
...

ARTHUR.
a

br

Carrig,
Thunder 325
sovs

Mr Kilrue

Barry's,

65 260

sovs sovs sum

at at

Tipperary,
Mount
won
a

Cup

of

Course"
... ...

-total

2
...

gr

g
trim

Chieftain,
Stakes
at

Mr

Barry's,

the

Monasovs

Lismore

of 50

1
...

grm 10s

Cripple
at

Kate,

MrBourke's,
...

"6
1
...

Monkstown Mr

gr

by,

Barry's
"..

29

sovs

at

Monks1
...

town
"""

gr

Flight,
of
18

Mr
sovs

Martin's,
at

Selling litan^ Metropoof


sovs

Stakes

Irish

Optional
sovs

Selling
Stakes

Stakes of
13

29
at

and

Selling

1
228

WINNING

HORSES.

No.

of

Age.
"[ilcock Stakes 6 6

Prizes.

September Meeting, Selling of 16 sovs at Irish Metropolitan


"

(Confy) ^total 76 sovs Lady .^hur, Mr Creed's,


Monkstown Stakes
... ...

...

21

sovs
...

at

gr g

Peeping Tom,
of 56

Mr
sovs

dicap Wilson's, Hanat

Fortedown

BARKSTON.
a

b h
at

Barkston,

Mr
...

Sadleir's,26
...

sovs
...

Tipperary

BIRDCATCHER.
3 eh f

All's-lost-now, Mr
Stakes
of

WiUiams's,
at
...

Scurry
ragh
2

75

sovs

the

Cur1
...

June

Meeting
June
sovs
"

be the

Bewick,
of

Sir T. Burke's, 50
55

sovs

at

Curragh

Stakes
b f

Meeting, Selling at Curragh September


total 105
sovs
...

Meeting
3

by,
c

out

of Circe, Mr
of 35
sovs

ling Keary's, Selat

Stakes
3

the

Heath 120

ch

Cock-crow,
at the

Sir T.

Burke's,

sovs

and
at

Curragh Septemb^ Railway Stakes oilSA


Stakes October
...

ing Meetsovs sovs


"

do, Cesarewitch
the

of 250

at

Curragh
sovs
...

Meeting

total 554 3 b f

...

Countess, The, Mr
sovs^

Watts's, Stakes
of 250
sovs,

of 58 and
the
4
1 "3

the Irish Oaks

Her

Majesty'sPlate of 100 Curragh June Meeting


"

ga at

^totai
"""

sovs

"*"

"5

...

230

RACING

CAXENBAK.

No.

of

Age.
of Stakes 40 Cambridge Hurdle Sweepstakes of 45 Phoenix Park
"

Prixes.
sovs sovs

and
at
...

total

309

sots

Oscar,

Capt
sovs

Forster's,
at

Garrison
1
...

Stakes
3

of 71

Limerick

ch

Peri, Lord
of 50
sovs

Waterford's,
at

Stakes

the

Selling Curragh June

the at Scurrys of 45 sovs Curragh September Meeting, Scurrys the Curragh of 80 SOYS October at ^total 1 75 sovs Meeting Mr Madrid ch RoUer, c Denny's, of 265 the Stakes at sovs Curragh

Meetiog,

"

...

...

April Meeting

1
... ... ...

BLACKLOCK.
a

at

Magnet, Tallaght

Mr
...

T.

Blake's,
...

22

sovs.

1
...

BLACKFOOT.
a

b g
sovs

Westmeath,
and the

Lord

Drogheda's,
Cup
at

10

Kildare
at
...

Kildare
"

Hunt,
75
sovs

65

sovs

Whitefield
...

total
2
...

BOLIVAR.
4

Lord

Edward

Fitzgerald,
Stakes
...

Mr

Higat

gins's, TaUyho
Limerick

of
...

48

sovs

1
...

BBETBY.
4

ch

Little

Geoi^e,
Stakes
...

Mr

Braddell's,
180
...

Metropolitan
Phoenix Park

of

sovs

at

1
...

yfJSVTSQ

HOKSES"

231

No.

of

Age. CORONATION.
gr

Prizes.

Courtenay's, Her Caprice, Mr Majesl/s Plate of 100 gs at BeUewsHer Majesty's Plate of 100 gs town, the Down at Royal Corporation
f
"

total

2108OVS

2
... ... ...

;CORRANNA.
b
c

out

of Monica,
Class
at

Lord Madrid

Waterford's,
Stakes
of

Second
315
sovs

of

the

Cnrragh
Stakes 365
sovs

April
50

ing, Meetat

Selling
Carlow
"

of

soys

totel

2
...

DARLINGTON.
a

ch

Darting, Mr g Ladies' Purse of 1 1


DAVID.

J.
soys

Thompson's,
at

Monaghan

DaYid,
of 15

Mr
SOYS

Sheehan's,
at
soys
"

Favjners'
14
soys

Plate
at

Lismore,
at

Youghal,
SOYS

14

DungarYan,
total

31

at

CharleYille DEAN.

74

soys

THE
Mr

ch

g 68 65

Honest
SOYS SOYS SOYS

Tom,
the
at

170
of
of
SOYS

at

Heath, Tuam,

Keegan's, Selling Stakes Selling Stakes


total
...

L.

at

Ballinrobe"
...

303
...

...

DERBY. 6
b
m

Chatelaine,

Mr

Murphy's,

10

soys

232

RACING

CALENDAR.

No.

of

Age.
at

Prices.

Kingstown,
"

10
sovs

soys
...

at

West2
...

meath

^total 20

Little Granard

Queen,
...

Mr

Blake's,
"""

11

sovs
...

at

m sovs

Prairie
at

Bird, Mr

Rochford's, 50
... ...

Granard

b g Trim

Prosperity,Mr
Plate of 85

Smartt's, Kingstown
sovs

at

Kingstown,
24
...

Challenge Cup
total WUd

and

sovs

at
...

Trim"
4

109

sovs

Irish Plate
"""

Girl,
of
22

Mr
sovs
...

Blake's,
at Meath

Farmers'
Hunt

1
"""

DRONE.
a

b g

Mr^B. B. Evatt's, Middletown at Challenge Cup and 12 sovs Middletown, Scurry Stakes of 11 at do, 42 sovs at Monaghan, 33 sovs
Drone,
sovs

at

Portadown,
Hunt
"

10

sovs sovs

at

managh Fer...

^total 108

ECONOMIST. 6
b g Rouser, of 48 sovs
at

Mr
at

Mahon's, "19
10s

Hunt

Stakes
45
sovs
"

Galway Hunt,
at
...

Roscommon,
10s

Tuam

total "112

3
...

ELVAS.
6 b
m

Miss

Portley,
Stakes
...

Mr
sovs
..

Donohoe's,
at

Convivial
drum

of 28

Rath1
...

wamsa

hobsbs.

233

No.

of

Age. EMILiaS.
3

Prizes.

ch

Kr

William
Maiden

Wallace,
Stakes June
sovs

Mr

T.
sovs

rison's, Harat

of 46

the

Curragh
of 29
"

Meeting,
at

Maze

Stakes

the

Down

Royal
2
...

Corporation

^total 75

sovs

FANCY
2

BOY.

be

Bold

Boy,

Mi*

Moi"gan's,
of
100

the gs

Lord
at

Lieutenant's

Plate

the
1
...

Curragh

October

Meeting

FERAMORZ.
4

m sovs

Miss
at

Travers,

Mr

Nixon'g;
...

34
1
...

Fermanagh
FRENEY.

Brassj Mr
of 65

M.
sovs

Dunne's,
at

Produce
1
...
.

Stakes
a

the Heath

g the

Buckjumper,
Welter

Captain
of
80
sovs
...

Tomlin's,
at

Stakes

the
1
...

Irish
4 ch

Meti*opolitan c'Captain Grant, Lord


Heath

Waterford's,
sovs,

the beda
at
sovs
"

Stakes

of

76

Drog105
sovs

Tradesman's

Plate

of

Bellewstown,
at

the

Selling Stakes Curragh September


sovs
...

of 50 ing Meet3
...

total

231

br

Celt,

The,
Stakes
Park

Mr
of

Cunningham's,
10
sovs

Corinthian
Phoenix
2

at

the
1
...

...

be

Redmond

O'Hanlon,
sovs

Mr

M.Dunne's,
1
...

Stakes

of 100

at

the Heath
u

234

BACnVQ

CAUBSDAB.

Age. GLADIATOR.
4

No.

of

Prixesw

ch

Dolly's Brae,
of 60
sovs

Mr
at

Mangan's,
the

Scurrys
June
the

April Meeting,
Meeting,

8 1

sovs

at the

Curra^ Curragh
sovs

Stakes

of

125

at

Curragh
of 1 00
SOYS

October
sovs

Meeting, Carlow

Stakes of 59

and
"

Ballyl^ Stakes
^toUd 425
sovs

at

Carlow

HARKAWAY.
a

ch
at

Accident,

Mr

J.

Doyle's, 17
"""

sovs

Sandymount
h

1
"""

ch

Blucher,

Mr

Nolan's,

Railway
1

at (second class) of 188 sovs the Curragh September Meeting Her f Chaseaway, Mr ch Watts's, Her of and "100 Majesty's Plate Majesty's Plate of 100 gs at the Down Her Majesty's Corporation, Royal the of 100 at Plate Curragh gs total 302 sovs October Meeting ch f Chevy Chase, Mr Colgan's,Paget of 250 the Stakes at Curragh sovs October Meeting lation b h Croodfellow, Mr Morgan's, Conso-

Stakes

...

"

...

...

...

Stakes Consolation
at

of

28

sovs

at

mon, Roscomof 41
sovs sovs

Scramble
Park
"

the
m

Phoenix Mr
sovs

total 69

ch

Luna,
of 32
the

P.
at

Eyre's, Selling
Eilcock Stakes
the of

Stakes

(Spring)
29
sovs

Meeting,
at

Open
Hunt,

Kildare

Car-owners'

wnmiNO

HORSES.

235

Age.

No.

of

Prizes.

Challenge Cnp
"

and

57

soys

at

bourne Ash3
...

^total llSsovs
...

bf

Maj-daj,
of 55

Mr
sovs

Orford's,
at

Stakes October
5 b g The

the
...

Selling Curragh
1
...

Meeting
Old

Fox,
of

Mr
sovs

Scotf
and

s,

Scurry
of
^total
2
...

Corinthians
200
SOYS SOYS

29

Match Park
"

at

the
...

Phoenix

229
2 be

...

Tom 30
SOYS

Moody,
at

Mr

Irwin's,

Stakes

of

the
"""

Down

Royal Corporation
I
""" ...

HERMIT.
4

br

Warden

of

Galway,
of 14

Mr
soys

Dennis's,
at

Consolation
linrobe

Stakes
...

Bal1
...

...

INHERITOR.
a

b g Administrator, Dublin of Stakes

Mr

Scott's,
soys

the the

67
soys

and

Jerry
Park"

Stakes 4otal

of 42

at the
...

Phoenix
2
...

109

soys

ITHURIEL.
4

be

Cyprus, Mr Selling Stakes


of 30
SOYS

CanaYan's,
of
at

Optional
and

35

soys

thians Corin-

Eilcock
...

September
2
...

Meeting

^total65soYS
"

KING
3

DAN.
the

be,
40

Mr
SOYS

Keegan's,
at

Tyro
...

Stakes

of
1
...

Bellewstown

236

sAcnra

CALSimAB.

Age. LANERCOST.
3

No.

of

Pluses.

br

Whiff,
Stakes
June

Mr

Qoin's,
of
200
soys

the
at

Cnrraghthe

more

Curof
at

ragh
the the

Meeting,
Stakes October
at
"""

First of 45

Class
sovs

Trainers'

Cnrragh
120
SOYS SOYS

Meeting,
Limerick
"""
"

Stakes
^toipl
3
...

of 365

LEANDER.
a

gr
at

Meaih,
Belfast Miss

Mr

J.
...

Wight's,
...

180

soys

1
...

br

Stephens,
Stakes

Mr

M^Daniel's,
soys

St Patrick
cock

of 53
the

at

K^irough Bo30 of

Spring Meeting, Cup and 37 soys


at
SOYS

Kells
at

Eells,
Stakes
of 12
soys

SOYS

do,- CaiTickmacross
and

32
at

Farney
"

Stakes

soys

CaiTickmacross

^total 164

5
...

LOTHARIO.
2

ch

Faiiy,
of

Mi-

Courfcenay's, Thii-d
Stakes of 83
soys

Class
at

Ti^iners'

the

Cun-agh
LOTTERY.

October

Meeting

1
...

(YOUNG)
Wynne's,
"7 "147
MAGPIE.
10s 10s
... ...

be
at

Kildai'e, Mr
Roscommon,
total

140
at

aovs

Fhcanix
2

Park"

Banshee,

Mr

CallweU's,
soys

Down
at

Challenge
Down

10 Cup and Royal Corporation

the
1
...

n
238
RAcmo cAiiEin"AE.

Age.
MICKEY
2

No.

of

Prizes.

FREE. Mr

b f

May-blossom,
of 35

Gr. Watts's
at

(jun,)
1
...

Stakes

sovs

the
...

Curragh

September Meeting
MINSTREL
a

(Gaetlan's.)
Lad,
Mr

b g

Lucky

G. H.
sovs

Gtirtlaii's,
Carrick...

Famey
macross

Stakes

of 12
...

at
...

MOLYNEUX.
6 br h WaterLord Duch-an-dhurras, Stakes of 75 sovs ford's, Corinthian
at
wans

the

Curragh April Meeting,


of 85
"

Ki: June

sovs

at the
sovs

Curragh

Meeting

^total 160

2
...

MUSICIAN.
a

Ding Dong,
of 50
sovs

Mr

Harris's, Lismore
1
... ...

Plate

NAPIER.
2

eh

Indian

Warrior,
Stakes Stakes
of of

Mr

the Disney's,
sovs, sovs,
sovs

Anglesey
terford

of 300 200

the Waand
at

Stakes

the the

Railway Curragh
Stakes of 215

470
and

September Meeting,
sovs

Sligo

of 125
sovs
"

at

the

Sweepstakes Curragh October


sovs
...

Meeting
6

^total 1310

PEACEMAKER.

Brewery Boy, Dungarvan

Match
...

of 25
...

sovs

at

1
...

WUVNINO

HOBSSS.

239

No.

of

Age.a

Prizes.

b g
at

Shamrock,

Mr
...

Stafford's,
...

28

sovs

Elphin
PHILIP

1
...

THE Mr

FIRST.
sovs

ch
at

Medora,
the Irish

Adlington's, 100 Grand MOitary


Mr

1
...

ch

Novice,
of 141

Burke's,
...

Kingstown
1
...

Cup

sovs

PIONEER.
a

Jenny Lind,
at

Mr

Byrne's,
...

Stakes

of
1
...

ITsovs

Carlow

POPE. 6
bl
m

(YOUNG)
Mr
at

The

Dove,

O'Neill's, 10 Redcross,
at
sovs
"

sovs

and

Silver

Cup
15

lenge Chal-

Cup and ChaJlenge Cup


drum

sovs

Rathdrum,
at

and

20

Rathsovs

October

Meeting
PRIAM.

^total 45

g
sovs

Mountaineer,
at

Mr

Guinay's,
...

18
1
...

Lemonfield

Steam g Stewards'

Engine,
Plate
sovs
"

Mr
sovs

of
at

26

Hartigan's, at Tippe25
sovs

27 rary, K^lmallock
PRINCE
5

Croome,
sovs

at

^total 78

3
...

(by Hollyhock.)
Mr
...

b g Highlander, Johnstown

Kelly's, 13
...

sovs

at

1
...

RADICAL.
5 ch
m,

Mr
sovs

Burke's,
at

Handicap
...

Stakes
1
...

of

40

Tuam

240

KACIHG

CAUEHBAB.

No.

of

Age. RATCATCHER.
cb h The
at

Prizes.

Otter, Mr
Roscommon Mr

Fetherstone's,
...

28 1
...

SOTS
a

ch

Ratcatcher,
Limerick
...

Mahon's,
Chase
of
...

Grand
102
sovs

National
at

Steeple

1
"""

RATIO.
b

g Meath

Nabocklisb^
Hont

Mr of

O'Callaghan's,
15
sovs

Cup

1
...

RETRIEVER.
4

cb

Independence,
...

Mr

Irwin's, 9
...

sovs

atKilcock
...

ch

Peg-the-rake,
Handicap
Corinthians
Match
sovs

Mr of
14

Bourke's,
sovs sovs

Corinthian

at at

Tipperary,
Monkstown,
of 28
at

of 32
sovs,

of 30

thians Corinsovs

and

Stakes
sovs
...

of 14
at

Cashel,
"

Match
sovs

of 50

rick Lime-

^total 168

6
...

ch

Nono, g Pio of 25 Stakes

Mr
sovs

Irwin's,
at

Lisbum

the

Down

Royal
of
42 2
...

Corporation,
sovs

Free
"

Handicap
^total 67 Mr
sovs

at

Limerick

be
sovs

Remunerator,
at

the

ch Mr

Yellow

166 Wynne's, Curragh April Meeting Pat, called also Surprise,


...

W.
at

Clinch's, Ladies'

Purse
...

of
...

8 1

sovs

Sandymount

WINNING

HORSES.

241

No.

of

Age. ROB
ch

Prizes.

ROY. Lord of
"""

Freebooter,
Stakes
"""

James
sovs

Butler^s,
at

Welter
ueiQ

35

White"""

(""

JL

RORY
3

OTilORE.
sovs

Mr

Pillion's, 20
ROSCIUS.

at

the

Heath

gr

Bustle, Mr
Stakes
sovs

Mitchell's, Happy-goof the


,..

lucky
of 50

29

sovs

and Park
..,
"

Match
total
2
...

at

Phoenix

79

sovs

SHEET 6
b g Cardinal

ANCHOR.

Wiseman,

Mr

Lyons's,
and

I"lbeggan Challenge Cup


8s
at

"29
1
...

Kilbeggan
SIMOOM.

...

brc

Barbarian,
Produce

Lord

Galedon's,
of 745
sovs

tional Naat

Stakes October

the
4 b
m

Curragh
of 55

Myrtilla,Mr
sovs

Meeting Bond's, Hillsborough


...

Stakes

at
...

the

Down
...

Royal
1
...

Corporation
SIR
5

GILES.

bl g Red Deer, Mr of 20 sovs Plate

Yourell's, Farmers'
at

the

Irish
...

Grand
1
...

Military
ch Mr

"""

SLINGE.
g,

Murpli/s,
...

40

sovs

at

Fairy
1
""

House
...

242

BACXKO

CA^SKDAB.

No.

of

Linnet,
"aid 10

Mr
SOYS govs
"

Lesnon's^
at at

American
22 22
sovb sors

Cup
at
at

Granard,
Clones,
sovs

Kells, 14
Fortadown

^total 68 Mr

4
...

bl
at
'

Phoenix,

15 Tyrrell's,
at

sovs

Kells, 13
vS
"""

sovs

Trim"
"""

total

28
"""

80

"""

gr g
at

Ploughboy, Kingstown
Roebuck,
Kilcock

Mr
...

Sherry's,
...

13

sovs

1
"..

br
at

Mr
...

Lennon's,
...

10

sovs

1
...

SMALLHOPES.
a

br

Fanny
sovs

Elssler,
the Mr
sovs

95 6
ch g

at

Irish

Selling Stakes Metropolitan


12
sovs

of
1
...

Fox,
14
at

Roe's,
at

at

Grasovs

nard,
'Match

Elphin,
sovs

50

do,

18

at

Galway
sovs

Hunt,
at

Gold

Ballinrobe,
do
"

and Whip 30 Cup value


1 04
sovs
...

at
sovs

and

total

6
...

Little

Wonder,
of
13
sovs

Mr
at

Lwin's,

Selling
...

Stakes 6
br

Elphin
4
...

g Lunatic, Roscommon
m

Mr
...

Corr's,

sovs

at

1
...

Nanny,
Plate

Mr of 35

Irwin's,
sovs

Fermanagh
EnniskiUen
atKildare
...

Hunt
a

at

b
.

Sweet

Fanny,
...

"14

10s
...

Hunt

be

Thunderbolt,
of
185

Mr
sovs

Irwin's, Railway
at

Stakes
June
at

the

Curragh
of 40
sovs sovs

Meeting,

Trial
"

Stakes

Bellewstown

^total 225

2
...

YmxmNQ

HORSES.

243

No.

of

Age" STAB
3

Prties.

OF

EBm. of

cli

Eick-up-*the-dii8t" IMLarqness
65
boys

Waterford's,
Plate

and
gs
at

Her the

jesty's Ma-

of 100

Curragh

April
of
of 135 100

Meeting,
80VS

and
at

Wellington Stakes Her Majestj^s Plate


Curragh September
gs
"

gs

the

Meeting
at

the 515

Royal Whip of 100 Meeting Curragh October


the
SOTS
... ...

total

5
...

TEARAWAT.
4

f out

of Blucher's Stakes
of Mr
soys

dam,
32
soys

Mr
at

Nolan's,
Eilcock
1

Selling
3

bl

Dauphin"
of 184

Nolan's,
at

Stakes Jime
4

the
...

Railway Curragh
1
...

ch

Meeting Brother Dough,


...

to,

Mr

son's, AtkinStakes 90
soys
"

Second
of 55
at
SOYS

Class of Trainers' Corinthians October


... ...

and

of

the

Curragh
145
SOYS

Meeting
soys

total
3

...

Mr Irwin's, 49 gr f Flirt, Free Handicap conunon,

at

Rosat

of 35
soys

soys

Fhconix
4

Park

"

^total 84
Mr

2
..

br

Isabella,
Plate

Clarke's,
of
50
at soys,

Bel"st way RailDown


soys
...

Tradesman's of

Plate

70

SOYS
"

the

Royal Corporation
5 ch
m

^total 1 20

L" ".

L.

Mr and
"""

Gartlan's,
40
soys

Carrick-

macross
macross

Cup

at
...

Carrick..,1

244

BACINO

CAUBNBAB.

No.

of

Age. 6
b h Red

Pmeff.

Knight,
Stakes

Mr

Joseph
sovs

Doyle's,
the Irish
1
"""

Hnnters'

of 55
...

at
...

Metropolitan

TYRANT.

gr

Agitator,
at

Steward's

Plate
...

of 36
1
...

sovs
a

Kilcock

Flavelle, MrM. gr m Mounted Whip and


gan.

O'Reilly's,Silver
"5
of 5s
...

5s

at

Kilbegsovs

Selling
"

Stakes

44

at

Westmeath

^total49
VENISON.

2
...

br

Carbuncle,

Capt

Johnson's,

41

the Scurrys of 38 sovs, Lieutenant's Whip of 55 sovs Phoenix Park, Selling Stakes the at sovs Curragh October
sovs,
"

Lord
at

the 55

of

ing Meet4
...

^total 189

sovs

...

VERVLAM.
5 b h
at

Galilean,
Charleville

Mr
...

Dennis%
...

70

sovs

1
...

hh
sovs

Harlequin,
at

Mr

M^Oelland's,
11
at
sovs

17

Duncannon,
of
of 18
45
sovs sovs

at

do,

Stakes
Stakes

Johnstown,
^total 91
sovs

at

do

"

WARLIKE.
4

br

Wire,
Cashel
"

Mr

Johnstown,
at

Brindle/s, County Plate


...

14

sovs

at
sovs

of

34

^tot^48sovs

2
...

246

SACIHG

CAUBKDAK.

No.

of

Age.
WINDFALL. 6
b h 30
80T8

Hoggerwol^
BOVB

Mr

J.

C61gan's"
of
12
...

at

Tonamore,
"

Stakes
total
42
boys

at

Asliboume Mr
"""

Welfare,
Xrim

Sberidan's,
"""

soys

at

Winning
THE

Horses
COMMODORE

whose

Sires
or

are

doubtful^

SADDLER.

eh

Smnggler g the Fhoenix Park


the

Bill,

Capt
of of 45

Ponlett's,
80
soys, soys,

Stakes

Dunboyne
KflTnainham

Stakes

and
soys soys

the
at

Handicap
Park
"

of

91

the

Phoenix

^total 216

Sires
b h

unknown
5
soys

to

the

Publisher.

Archj,
Black

at

Youghal
Capt
Johnson's,
soys

big

Prince,
Stakes Park
...

Waterloo

of

35

at

the

Phoenix

Mr Banathee, gr m Plate of "11 10s


a

Hudson's,
at

Beaten

Lismore

ch

Baronet,

Mr and

H.

Bond's,
at

Mon-

aghan
b g

Cup
Mr
at

6 gs

Monaghan
Stakes

Bob,
23
SOYS

Bond's,
Portadown

Selling
...

of
5 br g

Buck,

Mr

Hinds's, 6

soys

adown at Port-

"""

WnmiNO

HOBSES.

247

Age.
5 b

No.

of

Prizes.
m

Bufialo Kells

Gal, Mr
...

Magratb's,
"""

sovs

at

1
...

gr p Cafire, Tnllamore

Mr

P.
"""

Eyre's,
"""

sovs

at

1
"""

bl g
at
sovs

Cockfigbter, Mr Wbaley's, 6 Batbdrum ^Tipton Slasber,


"

sovs

12

at
sovs

Batbdrum
"""

October
"""

"

^total
2
"""

18
a

Cbmdeboy, Challenge Cup


g

Mr and
...

McNeil's,
25
sovs

the
at

Fort bourne Ash2


...

"""

br

Crablegs, Yougbal
g
c at

Mr
"""

Faunt's,
"""

sovs

at

oh

Mr

Down
g

of Magratb's, Match Bo jal Corporation Mr


"""

20

sovs

br
at

Defence,
Westmeatb

Canavan's,

19

sovs

Dove,

Mr

Connolly's,
and
12
sovs

Tallow

Challenge
b
m

Cup

Fanny
sovs

Wynne,
Lemonfield

Mr

Quinlan's,

33

at

Fedamore
at

Lass,

Mr
"""

O'Brien's,
"""

sovs

Croome
.."

b g

Gramecock,
^total 20

Mr

LafTan's, 10
10
sovs

sovs

at

Limerick lock
4
"

Hunt,
sovs

at
...

Kilmal2
...

Isaac, Mr

Clements's,
... .""

10

sovs

at
-i
...

"oLXJBJLOW^

248

BAGING

CAUBNBAB.

Age.

No. Prizes.

of

gr

Lady

Eleanory
Stakes

Mr of

BockoU's,
17
soys

Helter-skelter Ldsmore

at

1
""" """ ...

Mountain Stakes of

Hare,
12sovs

Mr
at

LamVs,
Rathdnun
1

Tyro
a

g
SOYS

Spider,
at

Mr

G. 16
28

Hutcbinson's,
sovs

21

Bel"Eist9

at at

FaUs,
"

Co.
total

Antrim,
66
SOYS

sovs

Clonea
3

...

...

...

bm

Sqninel,
of "5
10s
at

Mr

Stafford's,

Stakes
1

Bathdrum
... ...

br

Twice-a^week,
of 50
soys

Mr
at

Montgomery's,
Kileo"^
...

Match

Valentine,

Mr

Molyneiix's,
... ...

30

soys

atWhitefield
...

Waterbra,
Stakes
of

Mr 28

Fitzgerald's,
soys

mers' Far1

at

Whitefidd

INDEX
OV THE

RUNNINa

HORSES
IN

and

OWNERS'

NAMES

IRELAND,
"

"

MENTIONED

IN

THIS

BOOK,

ALPHABETICALLY

ARRANGED

FOB

THE

ITear

1951.

Where under of
as

the his
or

horse their

has

not

received sire
or

name,

he The

is

placed
are

respective
of

sires. horses

ages

185L of

The

ages

steeple

chase

generally

date

the

1st

of

May.

Age.
3

Abbess,
Mr E-

The,
J.

ch

by

Tearaway,
67, 69.
105.

Recluse
"

Irwin's,
Mr.

AbdaUagh
Accident,
terwitch

"

Conran's,

ch

by
5.

EEarkaway,
Sir Hercules
"

his

dam

Wa-

by

^Mr

Joseph

Doyle's, 5,
3

Achates,
me-not

by Falinurus,
Touchstone, Hatch's,
75,

his

dam

Touch-

by

Mysinda
92.

by

tery"Mr Lot-

Administrator,
Lass of

b Linton

by

Inheritor,

his
"

dam ^Mr

by
103,

Bay
104,

Middleton

Scott's, 98, 99,


5

104,

105,

106.

Admiral,

br

^Mr
"

Seery's, 63.

250

INDEX.

Age.
5

Agent, The,
Heirloom^

eh

g
40.

"

^Lord

Conyngliam's,
h-b" Mr

11

"

Agitator, gr Albany,
Allegro, by
Sold. b br

by Tyrant,

Mooney's,
159-

10, 13, 22, 24, 31, 32, 38, 159,


A m

^Mr
"

Cassidy's, 2.

St

by Magpie, his dani Allegretto Luke" Mr 1 13,- 120" Hyknd's,


c

AUegrette,
by
79,
The
84.

by

St Luke,
Mr

her

dam

Alba

Dandy"

Hyland's, 75, Mae,)


eh f

76,

All's-lost-now

(late
her

Dearest dam

by
"

Birdcatcher,
Mr 5
4

Madame

Vestris 139-

Keegan's, 47, 50, 70, 120, 136, ^Mr Gannon's, 38. AU-my-fancy, b m
"

Allspice,
Annie
"

gr

Mr
"

Byrne's,

95.

^Mr ch
m

Ligle's, 62.
"

^Mr g
"

Antelope, ch ApoUo, by,


Mr

OLoughlin's, 62. ^Mr Whaley*s, 18.


his 52. dam
1

ch

c,

dam

Louisa's

dam

"

Cummins's,
ch g

Archy,

Hercules"

by Archy, his Mr Barry's,


Mr

Kate

by

Sir

1, 45, 82.

Archy,
5
3

b h b

"

Bowles's,
Mr his dam

15. 34.

Ariadne,

m"

Meredyth's,
c,

Argirio, by,
Economist

gr
"

Discretion 136.
82.

by

^Mr
c m
"

Wallace's"
^Mr

Arthur,
Artful

by,

gr gr

G.

Barry's,
Stewart's,
126.

"

^Mr
Mr

Beale's, 83.
25,
131.

5
4

Dodger,
b
c"

b g"

Artist,

Capt Cubitt's,

INDEX.

251

Age.
6

Atalanta, b
h-b" 2*i_Mr

by Ynlcan,
Slevin's,
3,

her 1^"

dam Mr

Mr

bj RoUer, Drake's,

Wigglesworth's,
eh g Mr
"

44, 64.

Autumn,
Babt

Preston's, 63.
^Mr Edwardes's,
55.
his

Boy,
b

ch g
"

"

29-

Backbiter,
a

Ballinafad,
rabella

ch

Gibney's, by Harkaway,
Mr

dam

Ca-

Bamriok,
Kemble"

Irwin's, ^d-Dead, by Langar-Mr ch c by Birdcatcher, his dam Fanny


Mr gr b
c m
"

Davies's,
^Mr

108,

116.

Banathee,
4 2

Hudson's,
"

8, 8, 15.
130. zard Buz"

Banshee,

by Magpie
c

Mr

Caldwell's,
his dam

Barbarian,
out

br

by Simoom,
Maria,
120,
Barkston

by

of Donna

by
^Mr

Partisan

Mr
a

Bradshaw's,
bh

137,
"

141.

Barkston,
3, 17.

by
g ^Mr
"

Sadleir's,

Frazer's,

9.

b h"
4

Mr

Cahert/s,
Vere,
her

129.
dam

Barmaid,

b f

by

De

by
24.

Watts's

BlacUock"Mr
5

Gough's,
ch
m

10,

Baroness,
Echidna
84.

The,

her dam by Verulam, Capt Haworth's, by Economist


"

Baronet,

The,
his

bl dam

g
a

Castor, Lane's,
a

by Sleight-of-hand or Capt mare Hampton


"

47,67.
g Mr
"

Baronet,
b

ch

H.

Bond's,
26.

14, 18.

g"
"

Sir N.
^Mr

Humble's,
43.

g bm"Mr

Pagan's,

Strickland's,
54.

27.

.bm-"-rMrHanlon's,

252

Age.
3
3

Benapine,
BeOewstown,

ch

f"
b

Mr
c

Burke's,

96^ 97.
Dan,
his dam

by
"

King
^Mr

Switcher's

dam

Russell's,
the
"

47,

73,

76, 89, 91.


a

Bellinter,

gr

by Philip

First, his dam


^Mr

Fnlcherima

hy
"

Bowton

Jenkins's,
4107.
"

41,
a

109.
gr g b g

Benedict,

^Mr M'Donald's,
"

Benjamin,
3

^Mr

CareVs,

100,

Ben-y-Glo, by, b c, his dam Courtenay's, 75. ^Mjp Hanbury's, Betsy, b m


"

Moleskin

^Mr

36.
her
"

Betsy Prig, Napoleon,


15,
Sold
to

by Welcome,
Walter,
h-b

dam

by

Sir

^Mr

Lane's,

16, 28, 66, 126, 126, 133, 149, 155"


b

Bewick,

Capt Hay. by Birdcatcher,


by Langar
116, 119.
Mr
"

his

dam

Flower

of the

Tees

Sir T.

Burke's,

70,78,88,
a

Billy,ch

"

Jenkins's, 40,
ch
b

44.

Birdcatcher,
3

by,

"

^Mr

Murphy's,
Circe"
120.

13. Mr P.

f, her

dam

Keary's, 77, 86,88, 116,


Black

Prince,

big"
b g ^Mr
"

Capt Johnson's, 100,105.

Blister, ch
Bloomer
"

g Mr

"

Scurry's, George's, 2, 4.
157.
"

^Mr

25.

Henderson's,
m
"

Blossom, Blucher,

ch ch

^Mr

Griffin's

85. his dam

by Harkaway,
dam" Mr

Great

Wonder's

Nolan's,

47, 50, 84,


her dam

115,
Blue
Flash

122, 128, 132.


ch f

Blazes,
"

by

Birdcatcher,
77
"

^Mr

Harrison's,

Dead.

2^4

IHBBX*

Caprice, gr " bj Gdraoatioii, ber^amljOBilia Mr Courteiiayf"""U 73" 78, 85" 91" 122,
"

128,
4

laOy 131i, 14B"


eho

151,

16a"

Captain. Gront,
Haah-n-Mr

bis; dam b^Freaej^ Dianeyfa, 47^ 4* 71, 72, 73,

79"

Lord:

Watedbrd^

81^

87, 90, 108,

112^ 116, 117, U9^123,t Sold


5
ta

144^ 14Q^ 162^

Mr

Gwmin^kam^

Coral, CarbimGli6" hr; m,hy Vtoi8on,,her dam ailtesrto^CQ^QIlatlD^. b^- Sir Herctdes
"

Capt Johnson's,
122"13"142i
5

100, lOli
b

103" 106, 112,


Anchor
"

Cardinal

Wiseman,

by

Sheet

IMfrLyons's,34* Caraew, chc^-^MrtSemiedj^s,: Carrig, br.g by. Aa^hcu%


ottl-Qf
Rhdda""MrtO.
his

128^

";
a

Camokfb.g"aM]r.BoBW8,.65"
damby.Langar Bany's, 15, 28,

44, 56, 160.


25*. Castle-bfy, btg-itoJiri"anieyfa, 5
.

Ceisilia,g^ m#UMr Celt, llSe, brh


ham'a,. 41^

Harbocd^

41, 125.
.

by
123,

Ereney^^J!ir Gunning
101, 105^*J""id
133" 23".

64, 65,. 9^

Waterford's,
6.
a

GhaxE^iion,chb^r^-J^O'Hara'aiJO^ ChaDoqpioD, ck g by..Welcome


^

Mr

Byan*8,

6, 7, 16, 16, 126i 156.


.

Cbiunpiony g^^^JH^ Hiompson's, 34; "6; Champion^ chg-^^JVIr Shea's, 64, 156* r-Mr Downejr's, 8.; Chance, b m" 6-- Chianoe, 1" gf^^I^osdConyngham's, lOu
eh
a

ChancQ,

gr

m^Caipt

Polhrn's, 65"

Chaflia..^.Mr

Fuel's, 15^

255

CMAej,
4

g-^4}apt Oakes's, 40,


Caldwell's,

41.
1 90*

Ohariotte, br lA^Mr

CSttsedway, ch^ fiisteri/oTke h6r dam by Harkaway,


Watts's, 4d, 5%
130,

Honi

of C%ase
"

Vietoiia

^Mr

77"

7ft

11%

115, 122,
7.

132, 140, 143.


b

Oba^haiKmgMo"s
b Cl]iBtelaiQe, coioe,
m

6, :g-^J)(r Midioiiy's,
her

by Darby,

dam

Wei-

"mtf3i

TfaeOaWa'dam^^ld^Hiirbis dam

1^8,12,24,45,47. Cbi^i^erbox, b c by Ma^e,


Mr

Clari"

"

Watte's, 47, 49, 72, 73, 76, 79-.LOTd

Wflfterfotd's, 81^Mr
101,
ch A cb
a

Cmumiglialii's,99,
108^ 117, 139100.

104, 104, 105,

Chertsey, b g-^^Oapt Forster's, 100^


4

e-.-Mr

M"6"ath's,

129^

fb

43^ g-"^Mr Th""iqMfton%, 43^ tt^"lroy'", g*"^J"fr g^wMr O'Mooie's, 69" 70.

ch m-.^Mr
4 2

Qiim'",
IVia^s,
own

24. 20.

ch

m-^Mr

Ghevy
Mr

Chase^

sister

to

Chaseaway
146.

"

Cc^tn's,

113,

141,

142, 143,

Chi^Baron,

by Biidxsatcher, his dam Mickey Free's dam, Annie by WandeMsr^Mr Williams's, 48, 51, 72-..Capt
Tibe, bg CnbiU's, 120, 127,
b

98,
150.

100,

103,

104,

105,

106,

Ghieftadn, gr g by Artbiir"Mr

Banc's, 6, 7.
her dam

Chisel,

bf Coi^imir,

Stone-

hewer"
2

-l^ Beardon's,
ch
c"
own

75, 90.
to

CMt-Gbat,
Mr

brother

Chatt^bok.^

Watts'fl,
147.

114,

116,

116,

121,

138,

143,

256

INDEX.

ClandeboT,
Clonmel

g"
m

Mr
"

McNeill's, 62.
^Mr

Lass, b
br
"

M^Ghdnness'sy
12, 14.
bis
"

57-

Cobbler,
Cobbler

g" ^Mr

Mr

Feareth%

Acton's, 54.

Cock-crow,
Whim

chc

by
Drone,

Birdcatcher,
ont

dam
T.

by

of

Kiss

Sir

Burke's, 7%
a

112, 115, 122, 139, 143, 148. 35,


dam

bl g" Mr Cane's, 11, 33, Cockfigfater, 54" Tipton Slasher, 154, 155. Collier, b c by Freney or Napier, his ^Mr Annie Knox's, by Wanderer
"

88"

138,
Combatant
3

140.
"

Capt Johnson's,
ch
c
"

106.

Comeaway,
Comrade, Constance,

^Mr

Thomson's,

43, 55.

b g b m
"

Col
^Mr
"

41. Shirley's,

Magrane's,
her W. Mr E.

22, 33.
dam

Consuella, b
Convert

by Mayboy,
"

ards Orch-

by Jerry
2

(late
his Mr

Sam dam

Gray,)
by

Murphy's, 17. b c by Antiout

repealer,
Nun"
4

Lanercost

of

J.

Barron's, 78, 116, 121, 146.

Circe Conveyor, b c by Retriever, his dam by Skylark" Mr King's, 50, 51, 72, 108, 109" 130, 132, Post-boy, Mr Wynne's,
152.

Coquette,
dam"

b f Mr

by Napier,

her

dam

Caprice's

Courtenay's, 48, 77, 115, 122,


ch f, her
"

136.
3

Corranna,

by,

dam

Bed

Rose

by
48"
terford's, Wa-

Bough
75,
2

Robin

Lord

Waterford's,
^Lord

77.

Corranna,

by,

b f out

of Perdita

"

73, 114,

114, 118, 119, 121, 138,

143, 144, 146, 147.

INBSX.

2117

C!o!rnititia" hjf hff

hsr

dam

V andetflle

by
Wa-

ThynOtaH^lMd Corranna l^, eh


terfofd'8, 76.

WaterfM's^
c,

75, 77.

hte

dam

do^^Lo^

Cofntniiii,bjr^ eh c" Ids dam H^ea W"(terfosd'8^ 114^ 138^ 146.


Corranna

Lord
"

Dmdge hjy eb c, his dam 138. Watefofd's^ Wastjf^Le^ Monii^a CoTfiUma, by, b e, his dam Kif by'8 Lotteiy-^Lefd Wale^ford's,
4%
153.

by by
48"

52, 70, 84, 117, 118, 139, 147, 148,

CoTranna,
lark-^Mt

by,
eh

f, her

dttni

Meltidy by Sky146. Ihrone's

OkHcy's, 114,
g

Corrode,

by Blust, his dmai daiiK" "Mr Power'i^ 4^ la Mr Motto's^ 19. Cowslip, bm"

Crablegs, b g-^MrFauxit'fi^ 15. b^m by Matggi"^'Mr Mdraii^s, CteepiofgEfliB,


20.

5
%

Cregane,

gr

h-^Mr

Hatiigaa's^ 91

Gr^isent, by, b f, hm dtatm La"Ma by Tomig HoUyhoek" Mr Clancy's, 114^146.


Crifple Kal^ m by Ailihur, hin* diim gr Kate Kearney by H^bingn^tti^ Bourke's,
82, 83, 83, 135v 135, 1^, 149^
1 30w

156^ 156.

Croydcm^

g-^Mr

HaWkiii^s,

b m^-Mr CrQJskeeti, ch Citisadeir,


g"

SheS^

^7, 4i.

S"

talbofs, 6" 8.

Cyprus,

by Ithuriel, his daan Cyprian by Partisan--"Mr Harbord's, 98, 102, 104, 108, l24^M;r Caaav^'s, 125y 125^ 145,
b
c

148, 15i.
w

258

INDEX.

Dairy-maii",

b b
"

m m"

Mr
"

Fax's, 86. Harland's,


34* dam

Dairy Maid,
Dancer,
b
m

Mr

158, 160.
Violet"

^Mr

Thompson's^
Dean,
her

Daphne,
Mr

bm

by gby

The

"

Irwin's,
du

11, 13, 93,

149,
"

151, 160.
J.

Darling,
Dasher,

Darlington
Roche's,

Mr

son's, Thomp-

19.
ek g
^Mr
"

63. his
dam

Dauphin,

ble Mr

by
152. David

Tearaway,

by

Byron"
13a
5

Nolan's,

49, 52, 7ft 1 12, 1


^Mr

1^

145,
b g

David, David, Defence, Defence,

by

"

Sheehem's, 6, 15^
8.

25, 26, 155.


b g
b
"

^Mr g Mr
" "

J.

Power's,

34. Grorey's,

lH*g

^MrCanavan's,

59) 61.

5
4

Dentist, b g" Mr Walsh's, 64. De Vere, by, f" Jilr Ryan's, 66. Dice, b c by Gorranna, his dam Miss
Lord

Chance

"

Waterford's,
Mr
m

113,

139,

141, 144.
Mir

4
a

Dick

Turpin"
b

Sadleir's, 69.

Ding-d(xig,
6,7.

by Musician"
his dam

Harris's^

Dismay,
Doctor

ch

by Magpie,
115.

Surprise
"

MrBateman's,
5

Woods,
Mr
m"

by,

ch

c,

his

dam

Kitty-cut*

a-dash"
a

Dolly,

Wallace's, 52, 142. Mr Ivers's, 16, 16, 29,54.


ch f

Dolly^s Brae,
Malibran

by

Gladiator,
"

her

dam

hy

Whisker

Capt Oakes's, 46,


77, 79,85/108,

51,
6

71"

MrMangan's,
115,
bl
m

109, 113, The, Dove, O'NeiU's,

117, 138, 148, 151, 152.

by

Young

Pope

Mr

2, 17, 35, 61, 62.

TKDKX.

259

Dove, Dove, Dove,

br
br b

m m m"
"

"

Mr
^Mr Mr

Power^s,

6,

8.

Henderson's,

25, 27.

ConoUy's, 29, Double Event, ch g Capt Browne's, 41. his dam Cruis-' Dough, eh h by Teamway^ keen ^Mr Murphy's, by Sir Hercules
"
"

49, 72.
4

Dough,
115,

Bro

to,

ch

c"

Mr

Atkinson's, 91
Evatt's,

140,
b

147.
Drone
"

Drone,

by

^Mr

14, 14,

19, 27, 43, 43, 55.


6

Duch-an-dhurras,

his by Molyneux, dam Calamity by Yampyre, her dam also Harry Lorrequer^s dam. Vanity by Sparbr h tacus, h-b"

Lord

Waterford's,

47, 49, 53,

71, 122,
a

73, 77, 79, 79, 81, 84, 87, 113, 115,


139,
b h
144.

Dungar,
40,44.
Duke

by

Troilus

"

Capt Seymour's,
brother
to

of Leinster, The, of Kildare" Mr

own

Eing
116,

Irwin's,
^Mr

114,

115,

121, 137, 143, 145, 146.


4

Durant,

by Derby
br
m,

"

Sherry's, .3,24,
Fanny
Elssler
"

24, 42.
6

Duvemay,
Mr

sister to

Irwin's,
of

10, 12, 23, 45. The,


Mr b
c

Eabl
his

Wabwick,

by Launcebt,
49, 50^

dam

Lady Gay"
m"

Watts's,

72.
5
a a a

Ehnina,
Emerald

Mr
g
"

Fallon's, 39, 61, 68.


^Mr

Isle, ch
gr
m
"

Sheldon's* 6.

150.

Emma,

^Mr
nv"

Hudson's,

Enchemtress, br

MrByme'si

95, 96*

260

Eiiiittk9leii

LaaBy
b

di

"

Copf
MnlKgiUiwiiy
141.

Epinuy

hff

( ber
^Hr

dfln

hj

Eeonomwt"

.MrBunon^ Hanilftoii'8, 4a Lothario^


ber

E0cq"e,

b g"

FoBbeny'fl^ ft

3%

54*

Esilei b cM^
2

Fajbt,

chfbr
The

dam

Mokaldn

Celerily Ij Velocipede". Mr Conrlenaj'B, 118, 121, 141, 143, 145. Mr Banoon's^ 61. Faiiy Queen, gr m 34. Mr Thomsoa's, Fanny, eh m II. G'Hat"% Fanny, ro m^Mr Mr CJuin^s, 29. Fanny, b m" Fanny Elasler, b m Inr SmaUhopes, ber dam Jefferino" Capt Oakea's^ 10, 40, 44, 56,
by
Mole,
" "

161.

Fanny Grey, gr Fanny Wynne,


54, 59.
3

f"
b

Mr
m"

MaToncfs,
Mr

20.

Quinlan's, 8, 1^
Welfare

Farewell, bf

by
a

Friam^

"

by Freney, ber dam ^Mr Joaepb Dojle^


Mr De
"

48,

76,

124,148.

Fanner,
Fedamore

b g"

Fearnought,
54, 59.

Blaqniere's, 30, 34" 57* 17* Capt Mansei^b'is,


m"

Laa8"

ch

Mr

O'Brien's,

9t 9,

Fenella, br f" Jfr T. Faarr^s, 55. Finaim^ b q by Btehfid* his dam Brazil
Ivanhoe
"

by

^Mr

M.

Dunne's,

75*

6
3

6" Firefly,eh gc-JHr Mnmna'a, Mr "60/^,5; FlandMn^bm" Flame, A " by Seraglo^ her dai ^
-

77.

262

DTDEX.

Gaialean,
dam Blush

b h

by bj

Ynlcan Blacldock

or
"

Yemkin,
Mr

his

Dennis's,

6%
2

13%

134, 156, 156, 161.


c

Glaltiniore, b
sister
to

his dam Ospr^, by Simoom, Eagle" Mr (yMeagher^s, 113,

117,

119, 121, 138, 147*


"

Gfllway,brg
a

Mr Mr Mr
"

Byrne's,
O^nen's,

25.

Gamecock, Gamester,

b br b

g" g

29, 59*

Granymede,

"

Langants, 57* Marquess Conyn^uon's,


MrM'Keon's,
5.

22, 23, 44.


5

Ganyowen,grg
"

"

Mr Granltier, b g Dobbyn's, 46. Gay Lad, be by Lodiario, bis dam dam


"

Bantam's

Mr b g
m"
"

Comtenay's,
Mr

145.

6 6
4

Gray Lad,
ch GazeUi^

Pow^s,

16. 62.

Geraldlne,
93 Gin
131.

gr

Gafit Thompmrn's, to Cacng-" Mr e, bro


m"

Barry's,

Twist,'b
" "

Mr

Wilson's, 34, 57, 59.

a a

62. Gapt Johnson's, ^Lord Waterfbrd's, 64. Glenbower, chg Gold Dust, cbm" Capt Oakes's, 40, 45,

Giraffe

61.

Golden
6

Drop
45,

"

Mr

Dawkins's,

55.
"

Goodfellow,
22,
146.

hby

Harkaway
87"
Mr

84,

86,

Colgan's, Morgan's, 93,


Mr

94, 95, 98,


6
4

101, 102, 106, 129" 132, 147,

Grraceful, gr
Granuaile"

"

Mr
g"

Thompson's, Buttledge's, 70, 94,


Mr

^Mr

B.

55. HI.

6 6

Grenadier, b Gridiron, grg


Robert"

Sheridali's, 149, 151. by Vulcan, his dam by Master


M^Court's,
23, 68, 160.

J^ b
m"

Griselda,

Capt

Phil^s's, 2.

INDBX.

263

Giilnare

(late Batteraway,)

by

Tear"

her dam Atalanta away, Mr CareVs, 15D, 153. 3

by Recovery

HARKAWAr,
dhuras'a

by,
dam"-

eh Mr

c,

his

dam^

Duch-an-

Connor^s^
her 118. hi" dam dam

47*

2^

Harkawayy
ble" Mr

l^r cbf,
Davies's, by, oho,
Lord
146.

Famay
Fuss

Kem-

2'

Harkaway,
niers"

by

Te-

Watezford'sr

88,

114,

116,

116,118^121,
2^

6
a

l^urkawfty,*. by Hetman l^,-b\f, her dam Flatoff-^-JKbr Olphttrtf 8, 121. Harry Broome, b g" Mr Wbakifsj 1 54, 1 55. ulHarkdver) chg^by Harkaway, hisdamf BowtODr" MrEarrall's, 5, 87, chmmaby
go,

92^oUL
ch
Mr h

Harlequin^
Bride"

by Yierulam,

his

dam

The

M'Clellaiid'8"84^ 88, 89, 125,

126^ Harmony,
gar

15^. ch-m
dam .Mr:

by- Apollo,
by
Munster

her
out

dam

Five
a

Founder's
maie"

of

Lan45"

Whyte^s, .11, 37, 38,


c"

MrDoy)e'^68.
4

Harum-seajffum^
132.

Mr

Henderson's, Roe's, 3,
his
1

131,

5
2

Heart

of Oate
e

ch

h-^Mr

7.
also

Heffiran, eh
120,

by Creseent,

dam^

The

Manyjess's dam^KUenr^Mt
146. ch
g b f by
"

Watts's'

116,

6
2

Heirloom, Henrietta,
Heme
the

^MrrCunniagbam's, 65. .Harkaway^ herdamBem1 1 3,.1 1 8, 1 46.

nant^]St"

Atkinson's,
b

Hnnte]^

g^Mr

29. Kelfy^fl,

264

INDEX.

Hero,

b g

by

Welcome"

Lord

Waterford's,

65y 148, 150, 155. Hero ^MrCrean's, 15.


"

Heroine,
Duke's

ch

by
Mr
"

Napier,

her

dam

Iron

dam"

Stafford's,27.
^Mr

^Mr W. Connor's, 30. Heybrook, gr g Highlander, b g by Prince Hollyhock KeU/s, 66, 127. Hoggerwolf, b g by Windfall, h-b" Mr
"

W.

Jones's,
5
4

30, 44, 58, 62.


ch g ch
"

Holy Tom,
Honest

^Mr g

M. The

Hogan's,

66.

his dani Dean, Fieldfare by Skylark, 73, 75, 76, 84, 87, 90,93,96,97,110, 111,140.

Tom,

by

4 3

Homey

^Mr Flinn's, 66. Jack, b g Bird, by, b f, her dam Humming Queen
"

abeth Eliz-

by Camel
4

"

Mr

Osborne's, 87, 113.


Barefoot
"

Jenny

Lind,

gr

by
^Mr

^Mr

Har-

man's,

36, 63*
b b
m m
"

Jenny Lind,
a

Boyd's, 19,
"

S5.

Jenny

Lind,
153 b

by

Pioneer

^Mr

Byrne's,

6
a a

Jerry, Jerry,

g
"

"

^Mr ^Mr

b g

Keating's, 16. M'Creight's, 65.


"

Jigger, The,

bg
b
m
"

Mr ^Mr ^Mr

Warburton's, Bernard's,
A. 38.

39.

5 6
3

Impression,

Impression, b Independence,
Birdcatcher

"

Bond's,

19-

ch h
"

by Eetriever, his dam by Mr Irwin's 49, 67, 71, 74,


"

87,88,93.
2

Indian

Warrior,
Mr

ch

by

Napier,

his

dam catcher" Bird--

Jannette, Isister

to

Ballinkeele

by

Disney's,72, 113, 115, 117,

120, 137, 143, 145, 146.

INDEX.

265

4 3

Interloper,
Johnstown,
of Ardee

eh b
"

Whaley's, 33. e bj Tearaway, his dam Mr Keegan's, 49*


g
"

^Mr

Maid

Johnny,
Johnny
Joe
Ireland's

"

^MrPearce's,
sister
Mr b
e

131.

Oakes,
b h"

to

"

^Mr

Slevin's, 68.
24.

MiUer,

M'Court's,

Glory, by Recovery,
WiUiams's, Duke,
b g

by

King
of

Dan,

his dam
"

dam ^Mr

Maid

Erin's

48.

Irish

by Economist, by
b

his

dam

by

Langar"
4

Mr
b
m

Carter's, 93, 94, 124.

Irish

M^id,
133.

Plenipo
Mr
"

"

^Mr

Dwyer's,
42,

Irish

Volunteer,
^Mr
"

Slevin's, 38,
18, 33, 54.

60, 62.
5
4

Isajic, b g

Clements's,

her dam sister to Isabella, b f by Tearaway, Frank" Mr Clarke's, 70, 74, 79, 84, 87,

90,
5

116, 129,

131,
"

140,

152.

Ishmael,

by,

ch b
c

Capt Earwan's,

107.

Juggernaut,
by
99,

atry Idolby Laaercost, his dam Muley Moloch Capt Poulett's,


"

103,

104,

105,
b

106.
c

Kakistos his

(late Boo,)
dam

by

The
"

Ugly Buck,
Capt
man's, New-

Wapiti
99, 103.
Mr
"

by

Camel

Kate,
6 6 6
3

ch
b
m" m

Bennett's,

29*
110.

Kate,
Kate,
Kate

Mr
"

Key's, 94,
Lalor's, 55.
f b
m

Mr

of Coleraine,
b

Kelpie, The,
Bust
out

Lodge's, 134. her dam by Harkaway, by


" "

^Mr

of Waterwitch

Sir

T.

Burke's,

48, 52, 84, 122, 136, 139-

266

iEn)EX.

Eick-up-the-dust,
her
out

dam

Star of Erin, by The Head-and-pluck by Tearaway,


ch f Lord

of Taste"

Waterford's,
152.
c

48, 50,

50,
.

51,

52,

71, 73, 74, 77, 81, 84, 117,

121, 139, 144, 145,

Kildare

(late Whiteboy,) b his dam Modesty


73,

Wynne's,
99,

79, 87,
103,
f

by Young by Fungus 93" Capt

tery, Lot^Mr
"

son's, John-

101,
b

104,

104, 105,

105,

108,
Lodola

112, 144.

Kindle-the-wisp,
by
b

by Fitzroy, her Young Hollyhock


71.
The
"

dam ^Mr
"

Clancy's, 50,
King
dam

52.
c

O'Neill,

by

Ugly Buck,
^Mr

his

Patty by

Whisker

Atkinson's,

78, 115.

Kiss-me-quick Qate Maiden,)


catcher
or

ch Mr

by

Bird-

elocipede

"

Smyth's, 6,
g

7, 156, Knave,
149,

156.

The,

(late Revenge,)
Mr

by Young
134,

Lottery" Knight, The,


Kossuth,
Mr Lady b
c

Bourke's,
^Mr

82, 83, 133,


4.

ISl^Dead, ch
g
"

Maine's,
dam

by Magpie, his Kcegan's, 121, 137.


b m, dam
own

Pheasant
"

Arthur, Arthur,
her

sister
"

to

Carrig by
Creed's,
dam
"

by Langar

^Mr

82, 82, 83.

Lady

Cecilia, ch f by Napier, her


Vestris

dame Ma^Mr

by

the

Distingue
144.

Knox's,

72, 112,

121,

137,

Lady Grey, sister to, gr f by Arthur, her dam of Mary Anne out by Economist by Waxy Pope"Mr Barry's, 82, 93.

moEx.

267

Ladj Eleanor, gr Lady EDniskillen, "azza Ladra, La


sister
to

"

^Mr
m
"

Bockett's, 7 9 16.
^Mr 11. dam

ch b
m

Young's, by Magpie, her


Medora

Mr

Knaresbro's

by
h-b"

Drone,
Mr
5

Challenger, Pipes, Moloch,


160.
sister
to

Grood win's,
eh
m,
own

Lamienne,

The

Oaks

by

Birdeatcher"

Mr

J. G.

Murphy's, 13, 22,


his Trifle dam Bed Filho

23, 23, 44, 56.


2

Lancaster,
Rose da

ch

by Corranna,
Robin,

by
114,
b g

Rough

by
139,

Puta^Lord

Waterford's, 116, 116, 116,


^Mr

72, 76, 88,


141,

114,
143.
4 5

120,

Lancer,

"

Doyle's,
her

66. Prior
to

Lanercost,

by, Margaret's
Sultan"
Mr

b m,

dam

of

St.

dam,
E. W.

sister

Joanna

by

Nunn's,

80, 136, 139,

142, 144.
3 3

by,

sister to

the

above-Mr
her dam

Nunn's,
Camelia 48,
52.

70, 116.

Lanercost

by, f,
T. b
c

by

taire"Sir Vol-

Burke's,

Largehopes,

by

Fan^am's
D.
a

dam.
94,
g
"

Smallhopes, his Lunette by Figaro


95, 97,
152.

dam
"

^Mr

Irwin's,
b

Larry Jones,
sister

^Mr
c
"

Dobbyn's, Tearaway,

16.
his dam

Larr/s-the-lad, b
to

by

^Mr Bond's, 49* Johnny The Cook Launcelot, by, b or br f, her dam of Popping Piece by out by Birdeatcher, Mr Sir Hercules Nolan's, Napoleon or
" '

73, 114, 143, 147.

Lazy Jack,

b g

"

^Mr

Power^s,

7,

8.

268

nrDXX.

Laey

MoIl"

Mr
"

Hartigan's, 8, 9"
Warburton's,
154. berdam

28,

149,

150,

151,
b g ^Mr
"
"

156.
Mr

Ledger, The,
5 5

37.

Leinster, b g L. "" L., ch m

Strong^
^Mr

by Tearaway,
Robin
"

L.RL.
158.

by Rough
a

Gartlan's,
her dam

Lethargy,
by Cain

b
"

by Ascot*
^Mr

Languid

Harrison's, 49.
43. dam
her

Lilly,b
Linnet,

m"

Mr
m

McNeill's,

by Slinge,

by Ward's
"

h-b ^Mr Gauntlet, Park, Slug, Oak Meredyth's, 1" Capt Sanford's, 10, 12,

20,

21,

31, 32,
Mr

55,

55,

60, 61, 62, 127,

157,
4

158"Sold.
b f"

Linnet,
Little

ReeFs,

159-

Greorge, ch c by Bretby, his dam, also Peep-o'-day Boy's dam, Rosetta by Roller,
sister
to

Recruit

"

Mr

Wallace's,
144.

49"

71,
122.

72,74,
3

106, 108,115,
sister
"

Little
Little Little

Greorge,
Nell,
John,
b
m

to

"

^Mr

Wallace's,
11.

6
a

^Mr ^Mr

George's,

br h b

"

Magee's, 157, 157,

158.

Little

Queen,

by
^Mr

Derby

"

^Mr

Blake's,

21, 24, 36, 57.


Little
Little

Toby,

"

Westropp's, 9'
"

Wonder,
^Mr b

by Smallhopes

^Mr

Irwin's,

27.
4 3

Liz2y, b
Lord

"

Harvey's, 67, 67, 69his dam

Edward,

Eling
a

of

g by Birdcatcher, Kildare's ^Mr dam


"

L*win's, 48,
BoliVar
"

52, 60, 68, 69, 75, 125, 127.


Lord Mr Edward

Fitzgerald, Higgins's, 28, 28.

br g

by

270

Magpie,
Troilus

by,
or

f, by

her

dam

Alma's

dam

by
137.
T.

Economist-Lord
m

Howth's,
b-b
"

Magnet,
Maid of

ch

Blacklock,

^Mr

Blake's,
a

2, 11, 14,21,67,69.
ch
m

Clonmel,

by
134,

Welcome 135.
"

"

^Mr

Power's,
5 5 Maid Maid of Roan,

16, 17,66,
m

of Lisle, b

Mr
"

Bestall's, 18.
Mr

bm

"

Lyoni^s, 66,
^Mr

126,
18"

127,
5
3

161.

Maid

of the ch

Vale, ch
c,

"

PamdFs,
139, 144,
42.

Mallet,

his

dam

Stonefaewer

^Mr

Reardon's, Maniac, gr g
"

90, 112, 118,


^Mr Mr

145.

Murray's,
Walter's,

Maria,
6
a

34.

"

Marion,
Mark
Mr 150.

ch

^Mr
"

CrawfonTs,
own

46.

Tapley,

b g,

bro.

to

Betsy Prig

"

Lane's, 126, 127, 134, 134, 135, 135,


his dam
Baron's

Marquess, The, ch c by Birdcatcher, The Ellen of by Apollo out


dam" Mr

Watts's,
142"

48,
to

50,
Lord
c

52,

75, 115,

118, 140,
3

Sold

Waterford.
^Lord Water-

Marquess
his dam

of Carrabas, Puss

ch

by Birdcatcher,
"

by

Teniers

ford's, 48,
129, 131,

49, 50, 51, 52, 53,75, 131, 139,


Mr Mr
"

80, 86,

153.

Mary
a

Casey,

b ch

"

O'Brien's,

25.

Mary- Anne,
Master
Ishmael"

Mansfield's, 43.
his dam

Fred, b
Mr

by Frederick,

by

Cassidy's, 121.
g b Mr
"

Master
Master

Kean,

ch

M^Elroy's,

43.

Richard,

by Birdcatcher,
"

his

dam

dam Tickle-my-fietncy's

^MrKeegan's,

90*

I5BEX.

271

Master
dam

KockinghAm,
Arabiaiv^Mr

ch

by Byron, gr-dam
133,
ch
of

his by Tkump, by The Hampton

Coart

Smyth's, 22, 28,


156.

82,

83,
2

149,

155,

Matilda,
out

by

Maria"

Magpie, her dam by Bran Mr Keegan's, 72, 88, 113,


f Mr

118,138,
2

146.
b

May-blossom, AUce May"


118,

by Mickey
G. 144.

Free, her

dam

Watts's, jim, 72, 116,


65.
her E. dam Ata-

136, 141,
br
b

May-boy, May-day,
knta

h f

"

Mr

Kellett%

by Harkaway, ^Mr by Recovery


"

Orford'e, 72,

141,

144.
b

May-fly,
a

May-girl, Mazeppa,
Measham,
44.

g ch
ro

^Mr
"

Boyce's,
^Mr

42.

"

Crawford's,

62.

g
"

"

.6

bg
gr g Mr
m

Whittingst^dl's, 4, 40. 10, 13, Major Tottenham's,


Mr his dam
4.

Meath,
dam"

by Leander, by Philip
39,
44.

The

Oaks's

Wight's, 1,

Medora,

ch

the

First

"

^Mr

Ad-

lington's, 23,
5

5
3

his dam Mercury, by, gr c, bro to Bacchus, ^Mr Nolan's, 75, 86. Mayo by Johnny Mr Irwin's, 57. Messenger, b g MickeyFree, b h by Magpie-MrDowling's, 1 9" ^Mr Sargent's, 1 34. Mickey Free, b g
" "

"

Minette, b
Minstrel
Mr
2

"

^Mr b h
" "

Robinson's,
^Mr

58.

Boy,
b g

Massey's, 9" 59-

Briggs,

^Mr ch f

Uniack's, 58.

Miss

Bernard,

by

Mi^pie, her

dam

Flighty by Humphry
113,

Clinker-MrWatts's,

118, 138, 143,147.

272

6
a

Miw llii0

Fraeit, b Foftimey
Chance
dam

m"

Ifr di
m

"

Mr

3" Do^s, bj Biidcactcher, her 479 7U Cnnnmgham^s,

73,
108,
Muw
4

81,

85,

87,

9%
Mr

102,

104, 105,
7-

106,

12a, 125,
gr m b f by

150.
"

Fartune,

Bockwood's,
her W.

MIm

Hajes, Lizzy

Betriever,
Mr

diam

lody Me-

by Skyhirk"
4

Davis's,
63"

80.

MiM Miss

"

^Mr b

Harvefs,
m

CKMore,

by
Mr

Freney,

her

dam

Scamp's
110,
5

dam"

Faulkner's,

70,

110,

134.
m

Miss

Portley, b
"

by Elvas,
Donohoe's,
f
"

her

dam

culation by Spe-

^Mr
br

33, 35.

5
3
A

Miss

Bosanna, Bosanna,

Miss Miss

br b
m

Signal,
83,
83.

Douglas's, 24. f ^Mr Cosgrave's, 42. by Signal ^Mr Hawkes's,


" "

Mr

Miss

Stephens, or by Drone
13,
160.

br

by Leander,
"

her

dam

Bags

^Mr

M'Daniel's,

2,

14, 20,

22, 31, 32, 44, 56, 159,


^Mr
m

159,

Miss
5

Stephens
Talbot, b
36.

"

Dignam's,

27*

Miss

by WrndfiaU-Mr
m

M^Keon's, Nizon*s,

Miss

Travers,
43,
43.

by

Feramors-Mr

Modesty,
dam

ch

f by

Tearaway
Lord

or

Freney,

her

Puss

by
m^

Tenieis"

Waterfoid's,.
85.

49*
4
a

Modesty, Modesty,

b gr

"

Mr

Parkinson's,
St

ni^Mr b f

Geoige's,69,
St Beniaid"

70. Mr T.

:)

MoU-in-the-wad,

by
80.

ConoUy's, 74" 75,

INDEX.

273

Molly,
Moll Joan

^Mr
"

Prendergast's,
"

83.

Sparks,
b

^Mr

Barron's,
36

45,

56

"

of Arc,
g ^Mr
"

159"

Moses,
59.

Toole's,
^Mr

"

^Pay-no-man,

a a

Moonshine, Moth,
Mountain

b
bm

"

Mitchell's, 29. M'Keon's,


m
"

The,

^Mr
"

5.

Breeze,
39.

^Mr

Keegan's,
b g Mr

1 1
,

12,
a

Mountain

Dew,
64.

(lateVampyre,)
The,
b
"

"

J.

Power's,
a a

Mountain Mountain

Fox,
Hare,
Maid

ch
"

g
Mr

"

Mr

Frewen's,

3.

Lamb's,

33, 154.

Mountain
6

Mr b g

Mountaineer,
Mr

Sparling^s, 54. (Hutchins's) by Priam


"

Guinay's,

8, 9

Steam
"

Engine,

Mr

Hurtigan's, 16, 16, 17, 28, 54, 59, 126. her dam alty RoyMoyola, ch f by Ugly Buck, ^Lord Waterford's, Hampton by
"

120,
a

122,

137. gr 133
m

MunsterLass,

by
135.

Edgar
her

Mr
"

W.

Murphy's,
4

Myrtilla,b
Wanton"

by Simoom,
Mr

dam

Myrtle by
77,
129,

Bond's, 148,

47,
153.

51,

131,

132,

140,
b

Nabockxish,
NabockHsh,
63.

"

Capt Philipps's,
Batio
"

41
.

b g

by

^Mr

O'Callaghan's,

Nancy Nancy,

"

Mr b
m

Bond's,

19.
"

Napier,

Mr Irwin's, 43. by Smallhopes her dam by, ch f, or by Freney, sister


to

Gramachree, Knox's,

Birdcatcher
"

Mr

72, 138.

274

NoosikIi Nora
2

"

Mr

Ryder's,
Mr ch f

5.

Creinar"

Mnrph/s,

9-

Nonnnaha],
113,

light Twiby Napier, ber dam Mr Disne/s, 72, 78, by Clearwell"

118,
ch

119,
m

138, 143, 145, 146.

Novice,

by

Philip

the

First
"

^Mr

Burke's,
C)

10,23,44,58.
gr
m

Oaks,

The,

Annot

by Birdcatcher, her dam ^Mr Comior^s" Lyle, by Milesins


"

1, 11, 23,

23,

24,

38,

42,45,
Mr

57, 58, 60, Harbord's,


dam ther-bell"Mr Hea-

61,

67,

68, 92,
107,124,
m

94, 97"

102,105,
a

126, 127.
her
82. 3.

b Ofif-she-goes,

by Caesar,
b g" Mr

Courtenay's,
fi 5

Old Old

Dan

Tucker, The,
103,
150. b g

Ryan's,

Fox,
Slender

b g

by Harkaway,
107, 108,
109,

his

dam

by Longwaist"Mr
106,

Scott's,

100,

101, 148,
6

136, 147,

Oscar,
101,

by
b h

Birdcatcher
"

Capt Forster's,
his dam

102,

150.

Otter, The,

by Ratcatcher,
Mr

Onyx

by
4

Drone"

Irwin's, 95, 96, 97, 160.


gr g
"

Pablo

Fanque,

Mr

Byrne's,

39-

a
a

Paddy, b g" Mr WilUngton's, 14. Paddy, b g" Mr Boyle's, 14, 14, 27. ^Mr Burne's, 157. Paddy, ch g Mr P. Boylan's, Paddy Carey, ch h
"

"

30.

b Paddy Whack, Paragon, b g by by Humphrey

Mr
"

Irwin's, 95.
his Mr
"

Freney,
Clinker

dam

Famine

De

morency's, Mont-

46, 60.

INDEX.

275

Peeping
Peer,

Tom,

gr g ^Mr
"

by

Arthur-Mr

M'Kenna's,

4, 56, 58, 157, 160.

The,

b g

Irwin's, 58.
her dam by Retriever, Philip the First, out of Mr

Peg-the-rake,
Conciliation
The

eh

by

Duchess"

Bourike's, 17, 51, 82,


D.

83, 134, 134, 135, 150, 151. Penance,


a a a a

ch

"

^Mr

Magrane's,

39.

Penelope, b m Penelope, bl m
Penello,
b
ro
m
"

"

Capt George's, 12, 46.


"

Mr Mr ^Mr

Coote's, 62.
Whelan's,
39.

Penrith,
Peri,
ch

"

M*Kenna's,

4, 27.
Perdita

by
52, 123, Phoenix,

her dam by Birdcatcher, ^Lord Waterford's, Langar


"

47, 49,

71, 74, 74, 77, 79, 81, 87, 112, 112,


136.
b

Perspective,
5

br

Capt Thompson's, by Slinge, her dam by


m
"

100. tine, Valen-

h-b"

Mr

Lennon's,
sister to

2,

11, 21,
Lass

24,

24, 31, 36, 45, 57, 61.


5

Phoenix,

ch

m,

Maudlin

"

Mr

NeviUe's,
5

24,
b

36.
m
"

Pick-up-the-tin,
135.

^Mr

Mansergh's, 135,
her dam Lunette
121.

Picquet, b f by by Figaro"
Pilot, b
g" Mr ch

Seahorse,
Mr

Loin's,

78, 116,

Pio

Nono,

by
112,
151
2
"

g Wanderer

Eyre's, 9by Retriever,


"

his

dam

cluse Re-

Mr

Irwin's,

51, 76,

77, 84, 87, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 103, 117,
Sold
b
c

123, 129,
to

129,

132,
dam

147,
Alba 137.

148,

Mr

Carew, his

Pirate,
The

by Seahorse,
Mr

by

Dandy"

Lrwin's, 121,

276

INDEX.

Pitsford, b g by
26.

Peacemaker

^Mr
"

Elwood's,

Playboy,

"

^Mr g

Smith's, 31.

Ploughboy, Ploughboy,
Polish,
b

gr

10, 13, 20,


5
2

Slinge ^Mr Sherry's, 149. 22, 31, 57, 60-Emigrant,


by
"

g" b
c,

Mr his

Finn's,
dam

18.

by,

Old

Stock"

Mr

Bateman's,
2

72, 138, 146.


f out of Recluse
"

Polish,

by,
by, by,

gr

^Mr

Irwin's,
Mr
"

72,76,114,
2

116,138.
c,

Polish,
Polish,

eh

his

dam

Daneeaway Harmony
dam
"

Irwin's,
2

88,
ch

121.

f, her
of

dam

by Bird^Mr

catcher,
4

out

Drone's

Col-

gan's, 137Polly, bl m by
153. Poor

Freebooter
"

^Mr

Wallace's,

6
5

Rates,
b
m

ch

"

Mr

Eeane's,
her

19dam

Portia,

by Launcelot,
Mr T.

Corinda
1

by
a

Roller"
142. b

Dunne's,

74,
Mr.

12, 136,

139, Potteen,

gby
b

Gup-bearer
m

"

Mangan's,
her dam

10, 55.
5

Prairie

Bird,
Mr

by
m

Derby,

by

Ruby"
Presto"
a

Rochford's,
"

20, 44, 58, 68.

Prestidigiteur, b
Mr
b
m m"
"

^Mr

Sidebottom's, 62.

Bartlett's, 89, 89Mr Mr ch

Pride,

Wyre's, 57.
Carter's, 11, 13, 68.
m

6
4

Prim,
Prima

ch

Luna,
the

Philip
Mr
a

First

her by Warlike, of Popping out

dam

by

Piece-"

Browne's,
b

135,

149, 152.
18.

Prince,

"

^Mr

Wilson's,

278

INDEX.

Bed

Knight, b h Fanny Kemble"


24, 45,

bj
Mr

his dam Tearawaj, Doyle's, 10, 12, 23,

67,

107,

161.
18.

6
2

Redlpck-^Mr
Bedmond Ess Mr
141.

Walkington's,
O'Hanlon,
b
c

by Freney,
Sister
to

his

dam
"

by Waxy
M.

Pope,
85,

Norfolk

Dunne's,
b

87, 113, 122, 139,

Red

Norah, Emerson's,
Rose,
b

(late Jenny

Lind)
26.

^Mr
"

61, 68, 127.


"

Red
a a a

m m

^Mr ^Mr
"

Dorgan's, 25,
Houldsworih's,
Carroll's,

Red Red Red

Rose, eh Rover,
Rover,
Hill ch

65.

^Mr
"

9, 9.

ch g

by Welcome,

(son of by Hector 133, 135, 135, 156. MrKeating's,


his
"

Fanny Hyacynthus)
"

his dam

Reel-foot, br g by Freney,
own

dam ^Mr

Retort, Clarke's,
his dam

sister

to

Touchstone

84,
4

107.
b
c

Remunerator,
Stonehewer

by

Retriever,
^Mr
"

by
g

Verulam

Wynne's, Mooney's,
8.
"

48, 50, 84.


a

Repealer,
2, 11,

gr

by
^Mr

Barefoot
"

^Mr

13, 23,
b h
"

32,

45,

57, 59.
Elchidna ^Mr

6
2

Retriever,
Retriever,

Duggan's, 6,
f, her
118,
dam

by,

ch

Watts's,
a

114,

143,

146,

147.
br g

(afterwards The Revenge Bourke's, Lottery" Mr


28, 45, 60"
Dead.

Bjiave,)

by

6, 7, 16, 16, 17,


her dam

Revoke,
Bidiculus

br

by Retriever,
b
"

Betsy
135. Fun 100.

Prig'sdam"
a

MrM^Creight's, 64, 133,


g

Mus,

by Mus,

his

dam

by

G-aburlunzie

Capt Chichester's,

IKDEX.

279

Ringleader,
Fieldfare

ch

by

The Mr
"

Dean,
Mr

his

dam

Bival, ch g
149.
Bobber's

by Skylark" by Economist
b f

Irwin's, 53. Mahon's,


her
1

93,

Daughter, Burgundy's dam"


119,

by Freney,

dam

MrWhaley's,
Mr P.
c

13, 1 18,

138, 144, 147.


b p"

Bobin
3

Hood,

Boylan's,

30. his dam

Boderick

Bandom,

by Tamworth,

by Vestris, Fencer-Mr
122, 124, 125.
3

Bourke's, 85, 108,


his dam

Bodolph,
Boebuck,
h-b"

by Tearaway,
Boiler
"

patra Cleo-

by
5

^Mr

Sherlock's, 50, 52.

br g by Slinge, his dam Mr Lennan's, 24, 36.


c

by Leander,
dam Julia

Boiler, ch

by

Birdcatcher,
to

his
"

by Drone,
47, 52_Lord
136
3
a

sister

Ballysax

^MrDenny's,
71, 72, 116,

Waterford's,
142 144. Mr ^Mr

139

b f" Bory O'More, by,' Bough-and-ready, b g


"

PilHon's, 85.
Knaresbro's,
^Mr

11, 28,

46.
a

Bouser,

b g

by

Economist
"

Mahon's,
25.

69, 94, 96, 111. Boyston Grower, br g Sabdi^b,


4

^Mr
"

Gaboon's, Heme's,
40.

The,
br
c

b g

"

^Mr

St John,

Guiccioli

by Magpie or Freney, his ^MrKno^s, by Bob Booty


"

dam

48,

53,

68,

70, 81,
125,
Mr ^Mr
"

87, 88, 96, 97, 97, 110,


140, W"Carlowy 152,

111,
152.

123,

Sampson, br Sandfly, br m
4

g
"

"

Smithwick's, 65.
Morris's, 40, 40.

Sarsfldd, ch g

^Mr

Manning's,

63.

280

Scmaf^
dtft Hr

Orpban

by ^feowa 157. Ua. Morgaa'^


Joan
m
"

"if OMxier,) his (souk Tmh Pipes Biliji,


"

5
2

Seagull, gr
Seabmae,

Mr
c^

Farrall's, 55.
Ids dam

l^,

Afta

bj
Eose

The

Seahorse, Secret, b

by, ",
m

her

iksa

Wbilie

by
138.

Flenipotentiaiy-- Mr
Mr
"

Irwia^
h"r

110^

Beel'a^ 14. Seahorsei


Mr

Seamew,

b f Lass"
"

by

town 4ftni Johns-

Wynne's,

92, 92.
^Mr

59. Seraglio ^Mr Browne's, l9iainrock,bgbyFeaeeiDaker

"

Stafford's,
35.

26, 56.
a
a

Shamrock, Shamrock,

by,
eh g

ch
"

g-^-Mr Ftoneil'sb
Mr

Fagan's^ 55" di f by M^rcniy, Shan-van-Tochi, Ennui (Red Yizesk's dam)" Mr


48, 52, 74, 77, 80, 89, 90, 92.
b
c

her

dam

IMon's,

Sharavogue,
kurk" Mr

by Freney, biadam
m

by SkyBalfe's,

Tate's, 120, 141.


b

Sheathevagh,
Shinfane,
Fisher^s
11.

by

Leander"

Mr

2, 11,22,31,32,61.
6

by Harkaway, dam) by Drone-^Mr


ch h

b h

his

dam

T.

(King Kennedy's, by
h-b
"

Shinrone,

by Ishmael,

his dam

man, Yeo^Mr

gr-dam by King's, 44, 58.


2

Cockahoop"
dam The

Simoom,

by,
"

c, his

Queen
138.

by

Sir

Hercules

^Lord
"

Caledon's,

Sinecure, bm

Mr

Armstrong's,

11,14.

Sinecure,
Sir Arthur

b
"

m"

Tedder's, 41, ^Mr Harrison's, 14,

Mr

INDXX.

231

Sir John, b g 149. Sir John

by

Windfall

"

^Lord

"Waterford's, Sea, his dam


121.
38.

Franklin,
dam ch ch
"

by

The

Louisa's
a a

Sir T.
g
h
"
"

Burke's,

Sir Hercules, Sir Hercules, Sir

^Mr

Dowding's,

^MrBowden's,
ch

46, 61.

Hugh"
William Hecate"

Mr

Bodkin's, 70. Wallace, Emilius, Coatsworih's, 52, 74, 77, 80,


c

Sir

by

Mr

85, 87, 108, 109, 120, 129, 130, 132, 132.

Slattern, ch
a

"

^Mr

Morris's,
"

41.

Sleet, bm
55.

by Cupbearer
b c, his dam

Mr

Morgan's,
^Mr

11,
lon's, Dil-

Slinge,by,
53.

Corinda

"

4
a

Slinge,by, ch Smuggler BiU,

g ch
"

^Mr g

Murphy's,
The

54.
or

by

Commodore
"

Sadler, his

dam

Gipseyby Tramp

Capt

Poulett's, 93, 99, 101, 102,104,


108, 109, 140, 147.
a a a a

105, 105,

5 3
a

^Mr Hall's, 6, 15. Spanish Lancer, b g Spider ^Mr Kems's, 25, 27. Spider ^Mr Knight's, 55, Mr G. Hutchinson's, 4, 4, 157. Spider, b g dam Split-the-wind, ch f by Harkaway, Housekeeper by Zealot, Biggotini ^Mr 141. Turpin's, 85,88,114, ^Mr M*Clamey's, 89. Springy Jack, gr g ^Mr Kenny's, 65. Springy Jack, gr g Mr Stafford's, 154, 154. Squirrel,b m"
"

"

"

"

"

"

"

Statesman, Storm,
br
m

ch
"

"

^Mr

Gordon's,
31.

130.

Capt Travers's, 19, 36,


^Mr

63.

5
a

Storm, ch g

"

Noonan's,

Sultan, gr g

"

Mr

FarreQ's, 2.
Y

292

Sohaii"

Mr

54. Doiierty'f,

Surprifle,chc
giri"
Mr

by Betriever,
Omch'a^ 5"

Ids

damMajTdknrfkt,
Mir

67"

SSy 92.
a

Sweet

Fanny,
br g
m"

by

SmalDiopes

"

Newoomen'sy Sweetbearty
3
"

39) 61.

SwiBB

6irl,"^
cb g" Mr

Switcber,

Mr

Capt^Browne^a, 41. Mr L. Byrne's, 12" A. Wbyte'a, 3S, 46.


40, 41.

6
2

Bute's, Sykes, bl g" Ifr Sylpb, TIm, din" Syren Qnera, The, br
dam Toncb-me-not 120.

Mo^an'g,S2.
f

by Palurams, by Toodutone

her
"

^Mr

Hatch's,
4

Taly,

by Melbourne,
Mr

ber

dam

Constantia

by
104. 3

Camel"

Scott's, 99, 99, 103, 104,


Ms

Tancred*

bl

by Tearaway,
Mr

dam

Bussora

by Camel"
108,112.
a a

Farrer's, S2,
Mr

70, 75, 79,


64.
T.

Tanner,

The,

ch g"
b g

KeHett's,
"

Tartawonga,

by

Welcome

^Mr

nedy's, Ken-

1, 6, 7.
3

Tearaway, by,
Mr

c, his dam

Batbmines's

dam-

King's, 48. Tearaway, by, ch f, her Murphy's, 49, 53. Tearaway, by, b c, Ms Drone" Mr ConoU/s, Tearaway, by, b f, her dam
Mr

dam

Znlima
"

^Mr

dam
121.

Medea

by
"

Bliichet's

dam

Nolan's, 67, 69, 80, 87, 90, 113, 124,


140, 153.
b
c,

125,
3

Tearaway, by,
Mr

his

dam

by

Alcaston

"

Johnston's, 75.

ummx

383

TwnkW"j4
146.

hjf choylm

dam

Crvii^io^en by Sir

HereUles-^L("d

Buasbcwogli'a, 121, 137"


by

6 6
3

BliM^k Art dam bf, b 1^ h^ Teamwuj, Coni^Qiior^Mr Dariesf'fi^137* 34. Terry Alt, b g" iMr Fitzgeiiaid's, Therr/a, 157. Terry Alt, b h_Mr GteaebroQk's, b gr" Mr Terry CyOrkwoH
Third of

'38.

May,
Mr

br

c,

own

brother
48.

tp Chatter-

bo?*"
3

WfttW's,
b c^
own

Thunderbt^
of Oude twrd^Jtr

brothi^^rto
his

Th9
i"m

King
Mus-

by

Smullhopesi,

Irwin'$, 48, 50, 6%


115, 122, 1^,
his dam
T.

53, 73, 84,

89, 93, IQS, lQ9f


144.
2

131, 139,
Flash

'Hmiider, dbi

by Ma^ie*

by
1

PhiHp
4

the First^Sk

Bail's,

76,

13,

115. 121,137,141.

Ti"dbet-for-soup,gr

by

Frieaey, ier

dam

Twilight" Mr Hovsted's, 38. Tidings, b m by Barefoot, her dfun by ^Mr Moone/s, 56^ 58, 160. ster Mr Tidy, b m" FarreUy's, 45.
"

Mun-

Tifl^
4

g^Mr
c

Fallon's, 62.

Timoiky,b
by St
101,
104.

by Bentley, his

dam

iEthoria

Patrick"

Capt Newman's,

98, 99,

a a

5, 25. Tippwary Boy, b g" Mr XM^CMland's, Ti$)-the-glimmer, eh m by Birdeatcher Lord 56, 64, 127. Carlingford's, Toes, b g^-Jtfr Walsh's, 55. Tom Moody, b c by Hark^^wa7,his dam IronPoUsh ^Mr Oolgao's, to moiald, sister 114, 119, 121, 12^ 131, 136" 144.
" "

284

Tooch-fliid-gOy

b Mr

bj Dfrncaster,
Power's,
66.

her

dam

bjBc^kr"
3

Toy,

hr

by Magpie,
Mr
142.

berdamFlaythhigby
WattsTs, 90, 92, Newcomen's,

Lami^i^ter, Tq^phywitdiit-Mr
47, 48, 70, 79"

109,
4
a

122,
Mr

124,

Tower" Trab 54.

Jameson's,
ch m--Mr

130.

Trab,

Beardon's,

9" 29"

Traitress, eh
a

m"

Mr gr
h
"

IngLe's, 69.
^Mr

Tramore

Boy,
b f Alba

Power's,
or

16

"

Dead.
her Mr
"

Tribute,
dam

by

The

Dean

Seahorse,

by
c

Kirwan's

Dandy
his dam

Irwin's,
3

48, 52, 93, 97.


br

True

Blue,

by

True Mr

Boy,
153.

My

PetbyEmiUus"
132, 139, Trust-me-not,
a

Dillon's, 71, 77, 117,


^Mr Mr

142, 144,
ch br
m
"

Glazebrook's,

39.

Twice-arweek,
69.

g"

Montgomery's,
Mr

62,

Tyrone
46. Ugly

the

Second,

b g

"

Slevin's, 13, 39,

Buck,
Whisker"

by, b f,
Mr

her

dam

Miss

Foote

by
Mr

Moore's,
b

138, 145.
dam

Ugly Ugly

Buck, Buck,

by, by,
Mr

f, her
146.

Camilla

"

J. Moore's,
2

138,
b

Whisker"
2

Medea dam f, her N. M. ArchdaU's, 137. his dam Teresa

by

Ugly Buck,
gar
"

by,
J.

b c

by

Lan-

"Mi

Moore's,

138, 145.
"

Ugly Buck, by, b c, his dam by Birdcatcher Mr Kelly's, 121, 138, 146. Ugly Buck, by, b c, his dam Lady Grey Filho da Puta" Mr KeUy's, 121,138,

by

286

INBBX.

6 6

Mr Faulkner's,97, 110, 111. Weasel, ch m" Weasel, b g" Mr E. Bernard's, 37, 38, 45. Wee One, br m, hj Birdcatcher, her dam by De Vere
out

of Glance" b
or

Mr

1 1. Willis's,

Wee

Orphan, The,
Polish, his dam

br g

Silence

by Tearaway or by Magpie Mr
"

Eeegan's,72, 114, 138, 146. ch g by Welcome Welcome,


"

^Mr

Vander-

156, 156. WeQare, b m by Windfall, her dam Milesia Mr Sheridan's,31, 36, 63, by Milesius
150, g^t's,
"

158.
a

Westmeath, b g by Blackfoot heda's, 37, 64.


Wexford

"

^Lord

Drog"

Tom,

ch g

by Despise,h-b

Mr

Parle's, 11.
4
a

Girl,b f" Mr Cranston's, 89, 91Whalebone" Mr Bond's, 14. Whiff, b c by Lanercost, his dam Wheel by
Wexford Camel
or

Rockingham
m

"

Mr

Quin's,50,
her dam

52, 75, 77, 112, 120, 139, 148, 153.


5

Whispei*, b
159.

by Tearaway,
of Bittern
"

by

Blacklock, out
3
a

^Mr

P.Kenny's,

Mr Walpole's, 127. Whiteface, b m" Mr Watson's, 41, 56. Whitefoot, ch m White Garters,ch f by Freney,her dam Fire Col Westenra's, 77. by Blacklock ^MrNolan's,1 53. Whitenose, b g by Rainbow Wicklow, b g" Mr Reid's, 157. Wicklow Lass, ch m by Tearaway, her dam The Clib's dam by Sir Edward, h-b" Mr Burke's, 2, 37, 154, 155, 161. Wild Boy, b g" Mr Trim's, 33, 35.
"

"

"

INDEX.

287

"Wildfire, b g"
Wild

Mr
m

Earle's, 154.

Girl, br

by Derby"
b h

Mr

Blake's, 31,
his dam

36, 63, 68, 158.


a

Will-o'-the-wisp,
Sister
27.
to

by
"

Ishmael,
^Mr

Sir Hercules

Lynch's, 27,

Wind,
4

The, eh
br
m

m"

Mr

M'Evoy's, 56,

Wire,

rier"Mr her dam by Barby Warlike, Brindley's,126, 127, 133, 149,

151.

Wirrastrue, Witch,
Woodman,
b

gr Lass
"

by Mercury,
Mr

his dam

town Johns-

m"

Mr b g
"

46. Cassidy's, Dooley's,34. Mr Prendergast's,65.


"

Young

Cmne,

b g

Mr Mr
m
"

5 4

Young Young
Zara"

Miller, gr g"
Cruiskeen,
Mr b

Devine's, 66* Kelly's,60, 161.


Mr

Shiel's,60, 67.

Burke's, 111, 111.

STALLIONS
TO

COVBB

IS

THE

SBASOH

OP

1852.

BLACKFOOT
Will stand
this
within
weifen

season

at of

EsLcnroHy MoDingar,
and
sevwi

county
five of of CasHeCastle-

Wectmeflth,
iowa

fire ci

miles

MYin,

Kinnegad,
all

pollard.
Bred
a

Bfares
to at

Four groom,

Guineas,
James

others

Two

Gidneas,
The mooej

and
to

crown

the first

Rejrnolds.

be

paid
Good

service.
at

glass
mares

8d"

per

night,

and

iSbe

striotest

attention

paid

to

and
was

foals.

BUuskfoot

bred

by
by

Georre

Watts,
the
"

Esq.,
dam bvthe
"

of

the the

Curragh,
dam
of

and
Whitefoot

is

got
tod

(his) Blacklock,
Magpie)
Kitten,
dam

(also

Sligo
Sister He 16 free
racer

Waxy;
to

Basilia,
beautiful

by

Master
out

Bagot
of Marsks's with with
or

Woodpecker by shape,
and

Juniper,
a

hj Snap,
blood

Blank. stands

is

bay,

perfect
bone gfreat and

hands
from hai

high
any

and

upwards,
Dlemish action

sinew,
a

natural
most

eyesore, of
a

though

the

perfect

road

horse.

THE

THOBOUOH-BBED

HOBSE

BROWN Will
season

MOLTON
number

serve

limited

of

Mares
within
seven

this
five of

at

Killtnon,
five of Gmneas

county
of

Westmeath,

miles

of

Mnllingar,
and
seven

Castletown

Delvin,

Kinnegad,
Bred

Castlepollard.
;

Mares

Four

all others

Two

Guineas,

and

STALUONS.

289

crown

paid

at

groom, first service. Melton with the is


a

to the

James

Reynolds.
dork

The

money

to

be

Brown

beantiftil

brown,
star.

free stands and

from
15 free

white,
hands from

3 inches
anv

exception of a hi"h, with great


From his

small bone

He

and

muscle,
and

blemish. he
must
at

perfect
stock. and

action

beautiful

shapes"
Good

produce good
8d.

grass
mares

per

night,
be
sent

the

strictest

attention

paid
The that

to

and

foals. accountable
to

Proprietor will not happen to mares may

for any

accident

this horse.

BASHFUL
Will
KiLDARE. terms, viz.
"

stand
He

this
will

season

at let
to

the
Mares

Club
on

House,
following

be

the

Thorough-bred

Mares, Mares,

Four One

Sovereigns.
Sovereign.

Half-bred

Mares Thorough-bred have produced a winner


own

who of

have
over

been

winners,
not

or

who

"50,

including their
shall have

stake,

will

be

served

gratis.
to

Any

putting three person served gratis.


Qroom*s
fee in

Mares

Bashful

one

in all cases,
was

2s. 6d.

Bashful
to

was

bred

1841,

got by Glaucus

(brother

Corranna) out of Modesty, by Fun^s, Hymen, of out Teday-thegrinder, by Juniper Trimbushby gr-dam by Sir Peter. great-gr-dam Princess
Glaucus
was

sire of

by Selim, her dam Bizarre sister by Peruvian, out by John Bull to by Highflier, Everlasting^ Skyscraper by Eclipse, Miss Belsea Bartlet's Cnilby Regulus, Hyena by Snap, ilLrabian.--4lam ofthe two True Blues. ders, Honeywood's
(the
of Yiolante
"

dam

of

by Partisan, own of Nanine Freney,) out


got

brother

to

Promise

Partisan
8-os
out

out got by Walton of Pnmella, by Higl^er.


was

of

Parasol, by

Pot"

290

STALLIONS.

Bashful
without any

is

beantifiil
a

dappled bay,

with

black

legs
fine

white,

remarkably

handsome

head,

round chest, with lengthy rein, oblique shoulders^ broad muscular short back, large ribs, quarters, capital l^s and hands inches in 15 3 esteemed his feet, height, was ror is a splendid stepper on the magnificent racing action, and most fencer, that road, a accomplished possesses the most docile of tempers. essential qualification, Bashful has has covered but in four
seasons,

and

but
out

one

of his

produce
an

appeared
mare.

public, yiz.
won

Finance Two Year

of Brazil, Old Stakes

untried the

Finance

the of

at

Heath,
"c.

beating
stock for
a

the

produce

Birdcatcher, Magpie,

Tearaway,
Bashful's
been The may refused
owner

are

most

promising
him
out

50
"

sots

having
mare.

yearling by
be

of

half-bred accident

will not
to
mares.

accountable

for any

that

happen
Good
The

grass,

bran,

"c.

at at

the usual

prices.
Should the it remain will

due be

to be money the 1st after

paid
of

first service. double

November,

amount

charged.

CORRANNA,
A
to

bay

horse

of
dam

Glaucus,
"

Sorcerer

Medora's

by H3rmeii, brother great power, by Perchance, gr-dam by Walton will stand at dam, by Sir Harry,
"

CuBBAOHMORE,

Oarrick-on-Sulr,
5s. to of
mares

this

season,

at

Five

Pounds,
The Stakes

and
owner

the

groom. has covered subscribed


in
to

Corranna
to

the
to

National
run

for

be

1852,

and

in

October,

1855.

CROZDER. CROZIER
at

will county
Dublin

serve

Mares
Louth,

this

season

(1852)
four Dunleer

Ardee,
of the

of and

Ireland,
Railroad
at

within the

miles

Belfast

station.

STALLIONS.

291

Thorough-bred
Dams bred of winners Two

Mares,
of 100

Four
sots.

Mares,

Sovereigns
to

Wumers and Sovereigns. Three Sovereigns. Halfand 2s. 6d. to 3ie groom. Lanercost

Crozier of Van the

is half-brother winner

Surplice, by
Doncaster St. of the

(sire

Leger,) out of (winner (winner Oaks,) by Priam of of the Cressida out Derby, "o.) by Emilius, by and of the winner Oaks to Eleanor, Derby Whiskey, (sister Emilius Orville of out Emily (a daughter of by "c.) races, Orville of Evelina out Stamford) by Beningbrough, by he be is descended it will in a seen Highflier. Thus
famous Crucifix
" "

Tromp,

of the

direct

line

from

the

Duke

of Grafton's

celebrated

mare,

Penelope by Highflier, and


Lanercost
son
was

Whiskey.
out

got by Liverpool
out

of

Otis, by Bustard,

Gayhurst's dam by Election, sister of the Whisker to out Liverpool by Tramp Skyscraper her dam Mandane See handbills. mare by Pot-8-os, "c ; Crucifix Priam was (by Emitius) out of Octagot by Zara Shuttle vianna, by Octavian, by Delpini Flora Fergus, "c. "c. by Kins before she reached Crucifix won upwards of eleven races exceeded her three "11,000, net winnings old, and years including the Chesterfield, the HopemI, the Clearwell, the the Molecomb, Prendergast, the Criterion, the Levant,
Buzzard,
"

of

of

"

"

the

Oaks,
Crozier,
to

the
now

2,000 dam,
3 inches

Guinea years

and

1,000
old,

Guinea
a

Stakes.

only 7
is
a

bears

strong
black and

blance resem-

his

full

15

hands he

very hish, with

dark

bay,

with

great strength
of universal

legs, racing racing


safe

qualities:
and appearance. There

is very
are

frmtftd

and

good
and

temper,

his foals

very

strong,
boxes
mares

with

great
and per

musde

are

paddocks.
N.B.
"

thirty Keep of
owner

for

mares

foals, with

only
Crozier
to

lOd. has be

night.
to

The Stakes

of for
mares

subscribed
in 1852,

the
to

National
run

covered

and

in Mares

October,
covered
as

1855.

by
an

Crozier untried

this

season

will be

entitled

to

the

allowance Reference
groom,

stallion. Ardee

to

Mr.

Hatch,

Castle,

or

C.

bell, Camp-

Ardee.

Ardee

Castle,

1st

January,

1852.

292

STALLIONS.

THE

DET

OF

ALGIEBS,
the Chester
as

By
Being
Will county
Did"Im

Priam

(winner
in

of

Cup^

4^c.J
to

his first year

Ireland,

and

encouragement

Breeder9
serre

of the
seofon

Turf,

Mares Louth,
Belfast

tUs

(1852)
fonr
Donlesr the

at miles

AmPBs:,
of tiie

of

and

Irdand, Railroad, Mares,


of
Two

mthin
at

station.
Winners

Thorough-bred
Dams of winners
Half-bred

Four and

Pounds.

and Pounds.

XIOQ

upwards*
and

Three

Mares,

Pounds;
is
a

2s. 6d
bay

to the groom.

The

Pey

of

Algiers
and

dark 16
has

horse,

of

very "ery
ana

racing appearance, legs strong black


rein,
fine

standjs fall moscle,


and

hanas
a

high, with beauFiful head


loins

shoulders

also quarters : he has temper (a quality 90 essential,) and possesses hunter. or requisite for a race-horse

remarkably strong peculiarly fine action,

and

with

mild
fection per-

every

The

Dey

of

Algiers
mare

wa"

h/red

by
of

Cplxwel

Peel, and "c.)

got
oat

by the
of the

oelebrated Bustard

Priam
bred

(winner

the Derby,

and got by by Mr Wightwidc, "^ out Bustard by Walton (son of Ca^trel,) her dam bred Priam, by Mr. William Gipsey, by Guildford, "o of Cressida out (sister to Chifney, and got by EmiUu3 of the Derby and Oaks "c.) by Eleanor, winner races, Giantess oi Young (^Sorcerer's dam,) out by Whiskey "c.-^Walt(" by Sir Peter DicMBBad, Giafitees by Matdiem* of the (Arethiisa") ^c Teazle out Dungaimon mare of Herod out Guildford Paoplet,) Tulip (sister to by of "c..-^"mt]isu9 out by OrriUe ISo^ly by Blank, of OrvriUe oat kc by Bepingbrougb by Stamford, ^B^^agbrough King Highflier, "e by "7elina, by "o._Dlomed of best by FloEclipse,) (the son Fergus of the in winner "c first 1760, Derby rizel, the in a The Thus it will be seen Dey (^ Algiers is descended
"
"

"

"

direct blood
"

line in

from

the
"

fastest

imd

most

fii^hionable
two
; crosses

*'

racing
sire and

England

yU,
and

Whiskey,
Highflier
ju).

by
HeroOt

dam.

Sir

Peter

Teazle

and

to

Waxy,
EFolina,

Kmg

Fergus,

Eclipse*

thropgb

Guildford,

d"4

HARKAWAY,
Winner

fice ^ raee^ of twentj^-^n^ PLUe$^'4m CvpMf and mne M^


fAi^A
U

wkkk

att fA3SK^

If 01 %mUm)
df
,

tim
the

fseasca

at hsM
pnce
a

Bassvoss
nulv of Three of Six tiie

LoDGaE,
Kailws^
tor ai^

CurrMig!^, KMsure, Tborougb-bred


to tn"

{yr^km
w^derMe

Gmoe^s

Maref

UalChred
"

Gomeas,

groom,
waa

Harkara^
hy
Ml', John

Eeonomist, |g:ot bjr Kabocklisb


of Mr, the
;

dam
her

FamiT
dam Hiss

Dawson,

Klrwm**

Todej

(a1"o thit grand-dam

Chanter, KfiD/'s Orfndar,


ont

^gulat4;"r) b/

Tedd^

of

J"Tooe, and Ladj Jane,

of the Oaks in 1794) by Sir iukier to tiermion^, wiiwer Peter Teazle, PauUpa, by Florizel, CapttFO hy Matchem,

CaUiope hy Bloucb,
Oroonoko,
Loss
ko.
wm

Atalanta'f the Mill

dam

(Lass
to

of

the

Mill) by
by

of kc,

(sister

Clarke's.)

Traveller,
Bconomlut

bone (own brother to Whaleof the Epsom and Derby in 1815,) Wire, and wmner bis dam Florsnthe Caprice by )fy Octavian, her dam of Bltmk out (son of the Anvil, by Eclipse, Madcap

got by Whisker

Qodolphln,) Blaze,
Ootavian,
waa

"o.

who

won

the dam

Doncaater

St. L^er
of

in

1810,

got
of
a

bis by Htrlplioff, sister


to

out
'

(son Highflier) by Oberon s"ter to Sharper, by Eanthos, which Shuttle, Pope, and
' '

Joseph

L.

Key's
oy

Phenomenon

8TAIXIOV8.

295

by Eclipse. Anvil was got Vnaxy Go"}l" the of Feather dam (son his by bw King H"rod, of the "k)dol. Lath (one otiier son of ""azy by phin,) out the nearest covering sire, and has phin.) He is probaJbiy living. now than any horse of the Godolphin blood more

KiBg Herod,

oot

of

Stripling'sgreat-gr"*dam
sMBe

and

Phenomenon's
He of this

was

the thus

mare,

I^s
his
mare.

of and

the

Mill

by Traveller.
crosses

has

through
esteemed

sire

dam

three

greatly

of Chase, Oheaseaway, Horn Harkftway is sire of The Chase, Peep-o'-day-boy, Balliaafad, Solwaon, Chevy Old ElopOTient, Eva, Grasshopper, Kissaway, May Day, Moody, and several other winners. Fox, Quasimodo, Tom

accountability of put happening to mares


No Good
at

the
to

Proprietor
him.
com

for any

accideois

grass

at

Is. per

night;

and

bran,

if

desired,

market Rossmore

price. Lodge, January,


1852.

THE

CEIiEBBATED

RACE-HORSE

HOEN
Will staad tliis
season
near

OF

CHASE

(viz. 1852)
a

at

Peter
from the

Kildare, (half moderate the at price of Station-house,J 5s. to the and Mares, for Thorough^bred half price. Mares bred Coloan's,

Curragh,

mile

Three groom.

Guineas
Half-

dam his of (also the dam by Harkaway, ing Huntsisters, and The Chevy Chase, his own Chaseaway, for a large price, his own Horn, purchased by Mr Watts by Gijies, brother, and Polish) by Philip the First ; her dam of the speedy Penelope, out great gr-dam by the Bligo Waxy of Cora, the dam Telemaque, and Lilias, by Swordsman; of Eleanor, Rosetta, dam the Trumpator dam mare her the St.Leger, Medora, who produced Rockingham, who won bone, sister to Prunella by Highflier, the gr^am of Whaleown Wire, Whisker, and Web. He
was

got

296

STALUOirS.

Chaseaway 1851, beating


time

won

tbe

The

Sligos Marquess
to

and that

three Mr

Queen's
Watts

Plates
a

in

sold

short

before

for

"1,000
won

Lord

Waterford. in October last.


won

Oheyy
Horn the

Chase
of

the stands

Pagets
16 10 of

Chase

hands
sots

Anglesey King, Sister


and
two
a won

Stakes
to

high. In 1846 he each, beatine^ The


CalcaTeUa,
of the
same

Irish

Johnny,
On old year

Posy,
stakes Irish walked others
to

Vesta,
of 50

dog, Watch-

others.

Thursday King
over

he

two

additional,
and
of

five 30

beating The others paid. He


20
was

Meetins^ carrying 61b sots, Chat and Mogador for a Sweepstakes


"

SOTS,

England,
but
met

ft ; seTen tried there


an

with

accident

then to went paid. He be an uncommonly good horse, his heaTy before he could run

English
The

engagements.

Proprietor
to
mares

not
to

accountable him.

for

any

accidents

pening hap-

put
at

Good
at

grass

Is. per

night.
the

Oats

and

bran,

if

required,
is

market Money

price.
to

be

paid

to

remoTed.

before mare any groom Groom. Jomir Dotlb,

KING
Will House,
Bred half He sound. remarkable

FISHER

stand
within Mares

this

season, miles

1852,
of the

at

BAiiLTSHANNON

three Four

Curragh.
;

SoTereigns

5s.

groom.

Half-bred

price.
stands

high, is a Tery dark bay, perfectly his perfect action, beautiful From shapes, and produce first-rs^ stock. good temper, he must
16 hands

high weights, proTes of and him speed. He is a winner possessed of stoutness and at the Curragh and other scTcral Plates races Queen's elsewhere, always carrying the top weights, (see Calendar.^ is got by Birdcatcher He out oi Fairy Queen's dam, by Drone out of Smcerity, by Loyal, Legacy's dam. King
Fisher's

performance,

with

STALLIONS.

297

The that may

Proprietor will
ooeur

not

be aoeountable

for any

accident

to at

maree.

Good

grass

8d.

per
to

market For

price.
further

Season

night. Hay, "c. if ordered, end July 1st, 1852.


Thomas

at

particulars apply to House, KUcullen "sq. BaUyshannon

Kennedy,

Bridge.

MAGPIE
Will

stand

this

season

at Mares of

Jockey
Ten
Pounds

Hall,
and
mares

Curthe

ragh, Kildare.

Blood

5s. to
at

A limited groom, and 5s. to the groom.

number

Half-bred
at

sovs.

Grass

Is. per

night.

POLISH (The
Will
until

property
this

of

J.

D.

Bashfobd,
the
near

Esq.)

stand
the

season

from
at

1st of

Febwjsry
58.

Ist of

August,
half

Cohmot,
Four

Carrickmacrossi
;

Thorough
Half-bred
Polish of old

bred

Mares,

Guineas

groom's fee,
of The
two

Mares,

price.
(dam
other

of Victoria is got by Rust out and -winner of the Angleseys Chase,


races

Horn
years

Curragh, carrying extra weights, in 1846.) by Philip the First her dam by the by Giles ; her dam ; of of the Speedy mare out Penelope (the dam Sligo Waxy fighter (by PrizeCora, Telemaque and Lilias,; by Swordsman of Zara, the Trumpator her dam out by Eclipse,)
at

the

mare

(dam
of
was

of Eleanor.
own

Eosetta,
to

Medora,
Whisker. out of

and

others)

out

of

Pepperniint,
Rust

sister

Prunella and

by Highflier, the
Vermillion, by

gr-dam
Bobadil Master

Whalebone, got by
of Robert

Wire,
Master
out

Robert of Wire.

(son
her

Rubens)
was

got
wr

by Buffer
Peter
out

Shuttle,

dam

by

of

Sperenza
Robert

(sister to Saltram,
is the well known

sire of sire

Spinster, by by Bordeaux. by Eclipse, Whiskey)


out

of

Bab,

of

Chanter,

Drone,

and

Regulator.

298

STALLIONS.

It may the that

be

collected Polish

by
has

any

^ood judge
four blood
"

of

aboFe,

that

got

crosses

pedigree, from of Woodpecker,


direct and the
two

far-famed

Newmarket and his Selim

^two

through Buzzard,
blood of He

brothers,

very and

best Rubens

descendants,
three
"

tinguished disrare

of the and

Trumpator,
has tiiree and of

through
crosses

Remnant,

Wire,

lope. Penethe
"

of

Waxy,
very

throu^
best

Wire,

Siigo Waxy,
three thus
"

Musician,
that

all the

Waxy
; one

lines Florizel
:

crosses one

inyincible

line for

speed,
the dam

through
himself in

Fancy,
Sorcerer

Diomed's

sister also

throi^h
of Sir in

Diomed Charles

Langar's
;

dam,
one

Bunbury's
and he Robert's is
a

through
own

Prizefighter
Bourdeanx,

Buffer;

has dam. grey,

Florizel's

brother,

through
Polish

rich

stands

15 hands

3 inches

hi^h,with

fine muscular
power,

shonlders, angular Arabian quarters, immense and stitution substance, good temper and a consymmetry Robert unimpaired. He is extremely like.Master
fail in
to

and

cannot

getting good

race-horses.

Money
accountable. Good
at

be

paid
mares

at

first

service,
week.

as

the

g^oom and

is

grass

for

at

7s. per
be
sent

Oats

bran

market The

that

price. Proprietor will not happen to mares may


Jan.

accountable
to

for horse.

any

accident

this

Jameb

Canning,

Groom.

Cormoy,

1, 1852.

SEAHORSE
Will stand
at

this
Five is

season

at

Cusbaghmore,
and 5s. to the groom.

Carrick-

on-suir,
Seahorse

Sovereigns

dam Seabreeze by Camel, by Paulowitz, gr-dam Zephyretta by Headley, great-gr-dam by Diomed, first winner of the Derby. brother to Whalebone, dam Web, (sire of Langar by Selim and Maiden Sultan,) gr-dam by Sir Peter, great-e^r-dam Matron by Maiden Florizel, great-great -gr-dam by
son

Camel

is

of

the

renowned

Whisker,

Wire

and

Matchem.

STALLIONS.
.

299

Seahorse

is both and

own

brother winners of

ib

blood

to

Touchstone

and
at

Launcelot,
Doncaster,
runners

the
one

great
of

St

Leger
stoutest

Stakes
and

of

CaraTan,

the

best
40

of his andissii'e
on

day.

Touchstone,

gs,

ofCotherstone, record; Column,

at by Camel, stands the largest three year

old
"

-winner

amongst

whose

performances
Two Thousand

are

winning
Stakes,

the

Riddlesworth,

Guinea

winner Derby, "c. "c. ; also sire of Blue Bonnet, also sire of Orlando, winner of the St Leger in 1842 of ; of and of sire winner the the Mendicant, Derby in 1844, in 1850. this of blood Oaks combination rare Altogether unrivalled Whalebone is having produced Sir Hercules, Birdcatcher of Faugh-a-ballagh and sire (sire of The Emperor, and other Baron,) and also Defence, sire of The
"

celebrated of the

horses.
m

Orlando 1851.

is sire of

Teddingtou,
in

winner

Derby

Seahorse's rank
as

Spring beating
others,
Robert In Stakes winner
Same

performances place him race-horse, a having in the the Plate Meeting, 1842, won
in
a

the

Newmarket for three

first very Second years

old,
and

canter

field

of

ten,

comprising
for for the

amongst

Ballinkeele de

(previously purchased
who he
ran

Gorham,
year

second second

"2,000) Derby.

the
at

same

ran

Goodwood

out

of

Room Drawing large field, beating Attilla,

for

the

of the

previous Derby.
won ease

he

he year defeated with last


a

the
some

Wolverhampton
of the
was

St horses in

Leger,
1842,

where

best

of his year. in which


at

His he
ran

and

best

performance
second of for the
one

also

desperate
after he

the
worst

great
starts

Leger
on

Stakes record.

Doncaster,
this wise
race

In like-"

again defeated Fireaway (winner of


and is the in bone in
a

Attilla the

and

Ballinkeele,

Liverpool Leger,) fully 16


that hands

Priscilla

Tomboy,
Seahorse combining power and of

fourteen
a

others.
dark

rich
most

brown,

high,
amazmg ratum deside-

and

pleasing symmetry sinew, and possessing


a

with
rare

race-horse,
power should

most
a

docile

temper.
for the

His

shapes

great

be

guarantee

production

high-pnced

weight-carrying himters.

300

STAJLUon.

Bfonej
for able The the and
mares

to be

piid at
loaU.

first surrice. the

Ererj

aonommodatioii be
auocoaat-

aod

bat

Propriet4V
Seahorse Stakes in 1852.
to

will not

for

aoddeots. of is be
a

present Proprietor
National
mares

subscriber
for in

to

Great for

Produce be coTered

ran

1855,

to

SIMOOM Will
Owner,
to cover at

Thirty Mares,
Kildare,
at

besides
Guineas and

those
One

of

his

Ten

Guinea

the Simoom

Groom. has
mare nerer

yet covered
season

mare

of

high

character

as

brood had

till last and

neyertheless,
and

his

produce
been

have

speed
Aaron

winners.

endurance, Smith, Wanota,


winner this

nearly
sister
to

all have

ditto. The

Model, Shylock, Barbarian, and others, were got by


16 hands
are

of

the He

Irish is

horse.

National, dark brown,


his stock

1 inch, and

no

natural

unsoundness,

and

powerful
The All Owner

sound. be
to

will not

responsible for
be addressed John

accidents.
to

communications Caledon. Ist Jan.

Owner

or

Mr

Ltall,

Cane,

Groom.

Caledon,

1852.

THE

STAR

OF of
manj

ERIN

Will,
this mile

at
season

the
at

request
Johnstown,
on

Breeders,
road,
and five

stsmd
one

joining Annesbrook,
Dublin

from

Duleek,

the

from

Drogheda.
Thorough-bred
Half-bred groom. the groom. The
Star of Erin and

Mares,

Five Two

Mares,

SoTereigpas Sovereigns
John

dud and

5s. 2s.

to

the
to

6d.

was

bred

by

Armstrong,
out

Esq.
famous

of

Graigavoreen,

got

by

Ishmael

of

that

302

STALLIONS.

SWEETMEAT,

By

GladiatoTy

out
or

of Lollypopy
Voltaire,
a

by

Starch

Will

stand

at

Annfield,

quarter
and

of
foor fee

mile
miles

beyond
from

Diswellstown,
at

Castleknock,

Dublin,

Eight Sovereigns, groom's

included.

twenty-four times as a two and tliree he was both old, and was onoe : speedy only beaten year winner He and is the sire of the oolt Peppermint, stout. a of three and of two of the fillyMy Fancy, a winner races, These olds the only two by Sweetmeat races. are year in public. that have ai^ared
Sweetmeat
started Sweetmeat Stakes. For groom, further John will be named for the Grand National duce Pro-

particulars see handbills, and apply Dickenson, Annfield, Castleknock.


horse's

to

the

Notice

of the

arrival

will be

given.

TEARAWAT
Will
Lodge
of
serve

Mares

this

season

(1852)
Kiidare,
at
;

at

HAMiLToif
low
a
crown

Stables,
Guineas Two
was

Currash,
for Bred Guineas

the

price
"

Five

Mares
;

groom's fee,
fee,
half
a

Half-breds,

groom's

crown.

Tearaway
winner winner of the of the

got

Doncaster

Epsom dead heat with St. Rusecaster a Leger, 1850, after of the celebrated of Tearaway, brood out borough, a son of those cdebrated (the dam Taglioni, by Whisker, mare, race-horses, Retriever, Fireaway, Pride of Kiidare, "c."c.)
The National covered
owner

12th, by Voltaire, sire of Charles St. Leger, 1839, and of Voltigeur, DobDerby, 1850, and of the Great

of Produce

Tearaway
Stakes,
this
season

has

subscribed which of

to

the

Great
mares

1855,
the

entitles their

by
for

him
same.

privilege

produce

running

Every

attention

paid by

the

Proprietor

to

mares,

"c.

STALLIONS.

303

and
tract

good
of

grass

for

barren of

mares,

at

Ts. per

week,
and
at

over

70

acres

prime
week.

foaling prices.

mares

at

9s, per

grass. Com

Hay
and

bran

grass market

for

Money
service,
away. No

to

be

and

all expenses

positiyely paid (same paid before

as

last year) at first tbe mares taken are

acconntabilityfor

accidents.

Further

particnlars

in

handbills.

ALSO,
THAT BEAUTIFUIi
HOBSE

SEAGULL
Will Stables,
and

stand

this

season

at
at

Hamilton
One

Loboe
all Mares,

Cnrragh,
-crown

Kildare,
to the

SoTereign

half-a

groom. 16 hands

Seagoll
brown,
finest He of

stands immense and

fully

high,

is

rich
one

dark of the

tempers
is

and power constitutions

substance,

with

imaginable.
of KUdare "c. and

got

bones,
J. Blake.

dam

out by Seahorse by the Sligo Waxy,

Lass,
bred

by Bareby Mr. M.

Seahorse broUier For


to

is

by Camel,
sire

the

sire

of

Touchstone,

and

own

Simoom,

of Barbarian. of

forther

particulars

these

sires

see

printed

bills. hand-

The

Proprietor
to

not

acountable

for accidents.
and in
no

Money
rule
be

be

paid

at

senrice,

instance

will

this

aeparted

from.

Seagull only

started

twice,

and

won

each
a

time"

the
race,

firs^
after

by^an (extraordinary turn of speed losmg 30 lengths at starting.

in

half mile

ROYAL

WHIP,
THE ROYAL His

GOLD

CUP,

"c.

WHIP,
the Wt
;

Pesented the three Turf


yrs

by

Majesty George
100
;

Fourth
for age
12ib
"

to

Clul!^ with
old, lOst
12st.

gs

added.

four, llst4ib
Four miles.

five, list
to
mares

six and

aged, geldings.
Date.

31b

and

Age.
ch
ch ch
c

1821 1822 1823 1824 1825

h
h h

Langar, by Selim Roller, by Quiz Langar


...

4
... ... ... ...

6
... ... ... ...

ch ch

Roller
...

a a

Roller
... ...

...

1826 1827
1828

b f Miss b br g
c

Foote, by Oiseau

4
... ...

Balderdash,

by

Overseer
...

5
4
...

1829

b h
This
at

Paddy Whack, Napoleon, by


Whip
the

by
Bob

Milesius

Booty
Mr. Blake Blake
was

5
...

being
of
to

in the his

death

possession of Majesty, Mr.


a

allowed and
a

retain
sum

it, when
was

similar

Whip,
William

like

annually,

g^ven by

tiie Fourth.

1830 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835


1 836

1837
1838

1839
1840
1841 1842

Skylark, by Sligo Waxy do bh Sky larl^ do b h Skylark, b h Napoleon, by Bob Booty Clinker b c Thump, by Humphry Robert g^h Rust, by Master ch c Exchange, by Speculation ch c Harkaway, by Economist Lottery gr c Cregane, by Young ch c Retriever, by Recovery br c St Lawrence, by Skylark or Lapwing be Great by Skylark Wonder, ch c Bangor, by Battledore
b
c
... ... ... ... ... ... ...
...

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6
a

5
4 3 3

...

...

...

...

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3 3

...

...

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...

WHIP,

CITP,

"C.

305

Age.
Date.

1843

b b

m c c

1844 1845

Vere De Fairj Queen, by King Dan, by Philip

a
...

4
... ...

4
... ...

"ch

Switcher, by Ishmael

1846 1847
1848

1849
1850 1851

Ishmael be Burgundy, by Ratcatcher oh c Rat-trap, by eh c Dough, by Tearaway Baroness, by Verulam eh f The D'Eu, by Maggie b f Marchioness of Star ch f Kick-up-the-dust, by
... ...

3
...

4
...

3
...

3
...

3
...

Erin

GOLD

CUP.
5
...

1790
1791

1793
.

Morgan, by Cromaboo April, gr Fergus April, Politician, by King April, Boxer, by Bagot Woodpecker Sept. Chanticleer, by
h
...

4
...

4
...

6
...

6
...

1794 1795

1800 1801

April, Chocolate April, b c Soldier, by do Sept. b h Soldier Bagot... by Master April, ch c Dawdle, do Ralph, ch c Honest April, Ralph, do Honest Sept. chh do
... ... ... ...

chh

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5
4 4 5

1802 1803
"

April, ch h Honest
b
c

1805

1807
1810 1811 1812

1813

1814

April, do Sept. b h Buffer, by Chanticleer April, ch c Fitzemily, Commodore April, chc Escape, hj Swindler, by Swindler April, b c Young Shuttle Sept. br c Pope, by Shuttle April, br c Pope, by do Sept. br h Pope, by Walton April, b c Rainbow, do Sept. b h Rainbow, Champion April, b h Noxfblk, by
A A

Ralph, Buflfer,by Prizefighter

5
4

...

...

5
4 4 4 4 4
...

...

...

...

...

5
...

4
...

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WHIP,

CUP

"c*

Date.

Age.

1814

1815

Sept. ch h Milesius,bj April,cb h Milesius,

Escape
do

...

5 5
4 5 3

...

1816 1817
1818

1819
1821 1824 1825 1831 1833 1834

1836 1839
1840
1841

br f Wire, by Waxy April, do April,brmWire, Sept ch c Bob Gore, by Bob Booty do April,ch c Bob Gore, do Sept. ch c BobGrore, do Sept. chcBobRoy, br c Starch, by The Sligo Waxy April, do April,brh Starch, do April,be Skylark, Sept. b c Shamrock, by Roller do Sept. b c Freney, do April,b h Freney, April, gr c Cregane,by Y. Lottery Resigned to Mr Knox.
... ...
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3
4

5
4

6
4 4 4

5
3

do

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to to to

1843 1845

1846

Sept. April, Sept.


WINNERS

do
do do

Lord Mr Lord

Miltow Irwin.

Waterford.
PEEL

OF

THE

CUP.
4 4
... ...

1819
1820 1821 1822
1824

June, be The
June, ch
c

Dandy, by The SligoWaxy

Regent, by Election

June, b f Haide, by Recordon do ch c Welcome, Oct. br h Starch, by The Sligo Waxy Oct.
...

3 3

1825

Oct. Oct.

ch h
b
c
c

1829
1830 1831
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June, b
Oct. Oct. be

June, bh
.

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The

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do

...

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3
4 4

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...

...

...

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...

WHIP,

CUP,

"c.

307

Date.

Age.
Oct. Oct. Oct. b ch
c
c

1833
1 836

Freney,
to to to to to to to

by

Roller
...

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Mr Mr

by
Knox.

Sir Hercules

1838

Resigned
do do do
do

1839

June,
Oct.

Graydon. Major Hay.


Knox.
Howth. Miltown. Lord

1840 1841 1842 1844

June, June,
Oct. Oct.

Mr

do
do

Lord
Mr

E.

J.

Irwin.

SLiaO
1824

WHIP.
3 3
a
...

1826

1831

1836
1845

April, cb c Irishman, by Milesius April, b c Byron, by Bob Booty Sept. cb b Langar, by Selim April, b c Pioneer, by Roller Sligo Waxy Sept. b h Skylark, by The by Picton Sept. b c Emu, April, Resigned to Mr E. J. Irwin.
WINNERS OF
b h b h THE

...

...

3 5 4

...

...

GOLD

WHIP.

1791

Oct.

Maxamin, Rutland,

by Evergreen

6
... ...

1792
1793 1797
1812

June,
Oct.

June,

June, June,
Oct.
Oct.

1831
1833 1834 1840 1843 1844

by Bacchus Chanticleer, by Woodpecker b h Toby, by Chocolate b h Hollyhock, by Master Ba^t... b h Skylark, by The Sligo Waxy
... ...

6
5
a

5
a

b h b h

Sl^lark,
Roller Knox.
Moore. E.

do
...

Oct. Oct. Oct.


Oct.

Freney, by Resigned to Mr
do do
to to to

Mr Mr Mr

J. Irwin.

1845

do

Moore.

ADDENDA.
CURRAGH APRIL
TUESDAY.

MEETING,

1852.

Sweepstakes,

15

sovs,

5 ft

"

sovs

ft

declared

on

1st

January^
True
THURSDAY.

1852.
st

lb 10

Mr

Osborne's

br

Blue
...

Sweepstakes,
Mr

10 gr f

sovs,

ft, for three

yr

olds. 5
sovs

Courtenay's
Class of

Fairy, 7st7ft)"declared
FRIDAY.

ft.

Second

Madrids
"

sovs

fts

declared

a#

above*
Mr Watts's ch
c c

Chit-chat

MrConolly's
Mr Mr Mr Sir IMr Mr Lord Sir

by f
c

Irwin's
Watts's

ch ch

Tearaway out Chevy Chase


Hefiran

of Cruiskeen

Atkinson's
T. A. Burke's Knox's b
c

Henrietta b f ch

Lalage f Lady
f

Cecilia

Irwin's

Pirate

Waterford's
T.

Moyola
to

Burke's

Sister

Lord

George,
6
6

(wrong

nomination)
JUNE

MEETING,
TUESDAY.

1852.

Kirwan

Stakes
"

sovs

fts

declared

as

above.
st

tt"

Mr
Mr

Watts's Watts's

ch ch

f
c

Chaseaway
Chit-chat
f

8
... ...

7
3 2

7
6

Lord
Sir

Waterford's
T.

Moyola
to

...

Burke's

Sister

Lord
...

George,
6
2

(wrong

nomination)

310

ADDENDA.

SEPTEMBER

MEETING,
THUBSDAY.

1852.

Waterford

Stakes
See

class) for (first

now

two

yr olds

"

180. articleyjhL b
c

Lord Lord

Waterford's Waterford's
dam b
b

by
c

Bashful

(un)
out

out

of Lodola

ch

by

Crescent

of

Kick-up-

the-dust's
Mr Mr Mr
Mr

Watts's Watts's

SaUy
br b
c c

Bernard.
DoU

f The

J. Thomas's

Keegan's by Tearaway,
Rynde's
br
c

L.

h-b

(both un) Cogniac, by Burgundy, (both un)

Ben

Heder

dam

(un) out SummerhiU b c Pickpocket, by Mi^ie Sir T. Burke's of out Petit Morceau, by Albemarle (un) Irwin's Mr of Independence's out gr c by Polish dam (both un) Mr ch c by Polish J. Thomas's of Harmony, by out Birdcatcher (both un)
Mr

by Crozicr

OCTOBER

MEETING,
THURSDAY.

1852.

Marble
Lord Lord

Hill

Stakes
b ch
c c

See
"

article^ foL

186. of Lodola

Waterford's

by

Bashful

(un)
out

out

Waterford's
dam b
c

by

Crescent

of

Kick-upout

the-dust's

Sir

T. Burke's

Pickpocket, by Albemarle

Petit
Mr
to

Morceau,
ch
c

by Magpie (un)
Horn,
de
own

of

Watts's The

The

Hunting
Duphess

brother

Horn
ch

of Chase f The

Mr

Watts's
out

Guise, by Magpie

of Echidna

AI"D"in"A.

311

Mr

Thomas's of Cantata

br

Ben

Heder,

hj St Lawrence

out

by Muley
eh of ch

Mr

Thomas's

Magpie
Mr Thomas's

out

(both un) f The Light of the Harem, Gramachree (m un)


Band

by
of

Master,

by

Polish

out

Mr Mr

Harmony, by L. Keegan's
R. hiU

Birdcatcher b br
c

(both un)
and
out

Rynde's

Cogniac (dam by Crozier (un)


c

sire

un)

of Summer-

Mr

T.

Fitzpatrick's b
St

Patrick, by Harkaway
Brother
to

out

of Pheasant
Mr
Mr

C.

(un) Greorge'sgr
b f

Chanticleer
Annandale
out

J. Osborne's of

Josephine,
Polish
out

by
of

Abigail, by
Lrwin's gr
c

Mulatto

Mr

dam Mr

by (both un)
b the
"

Independence's
dam in

J. Maxwell's Barkston
"

or

br of

by

Crosby,
by
out
me

by
2d

dam

colt named

class Mr

Madrids

Conolly's ch (both un)

(both un) by Shawn


FRIDAY.

Buidhe

of Zulima

Dublin, Match,
Mr Thomas
100
sovs

I4th

Nov.

1851. Post. rence, St Law-

each, h fU
br Mr
c

Anglesey
Heder,
ch

names

Ben

by
f

8st,

against
out

Braddell's

Mellidore,
lOib.

by Bretby

of

Kitty-cut-a-dash,7st
MEETING,
THURSDAY.

SEPTEMBER

1853.

Waterford
10
sovs
"

Turf Club, October Meeting, 1851. Stakes (second class) Sweepstakes,


"

each,
8st

for

now

foals,

to

run

when

two

yrs
31b

old

colts

5ib, fillies8st.

Anglesey

Post.

312

ADDENDA.

allowed The cany

to

untried of
the of

stallions

or

mares,

51b in that

to

both.
to

winner

7lb extra,
5tb extra, 50

Anglesey Stakes the Railway Stakes


both will be
lOtfo
extra. at

1853 ing Meettwelve

if of
sots

If
2
sovs

subscribers,
for entrance. Lord

added,

each

Waterford's

by Freney by Freney

out

of

Royalty
of the

(un)
Lord Vale Lord

Waterford's

out

of Nan

(un)
Waterford's
ch
out
c

by Corranna

out

of Elf

(un)

by Harkaway
Mr Mr Mr Watts's Watts's ch
b

of The

Fairy (foaledin 1844)

S. Moore's Sultana
bv

Paddy Heffi"an c Brockley ch f Ossifrage,by Birdcatcher, dam peter Turcoman, gr-dam Bugle by Trumch
c

(un)
Mr

Eeegan's Ospi:ey (un)


T.

L.

Rinaldo,

by Tearaway

out

of

Mr

Mr Mr Mr

of out Fitzpatrick*s ch f by Tearaway Pheasant (un) Harrison's br c Lightning LnRrin'sb (un) cby Smallhopes out of Clarinda Lrwin's bl c by Mickey Free (un) out of Recluse

JUNE

MEETING,
FBIDAY.

1854.

TuffCluby
Irish Oak
to
run

October
sovs

Meeting,
each,
old
"

185K
now

Stakes, 20
when
a

for
8st

filly
31fo

foals,
One allowed The

three
on

mile
to

and

quarter
the

yrs the
or

7tt" each.

Peel
mares,

Course. 51fo to

untried of

stallions

both.

winner

Anglesey

Stakes, the National

ADDENDA.

313

Stakes,
extra
;

or

Paget
extra.

Stakes ef them, Should


any
extra

in

1853

to

if of two

101b the other


;

extra

three, 131b
of of 51b these

winner
race

7ib carry ; if of the of either


the value

races

win
21b

of

"60,
;

to

and

carry if of

if

two

three, 7lb
one'

extra
race

amount, in addition. Any


of "50 if two

of that

other
or

filly having won upwards to carry


51fo ; and

of the value
;

31b

extra
or

of that
extra. at

amount, twelve

if three
sovs

more,

7lb

If
2
sovs

subscribers^ 50
for
entrance.

will

be

added^
of

each
Lord Lord Lord

Waterford's Waterford's Waterford's

b f eh ch
out

by Corranna f by Corranna f by Corranna

out

Repartee
,

out
out

of Puss of Elf

(un)

by Harkaway
Mr Mr Mr

of

Fairy
out

Watts's Watts's

b f br
b

by Magpie
f,
f
own

of Veneer

sister to

Keegan's
dam

Louisa,
f

Toy by Tearaway
out

out

of

tilda's Ma-

(un)
ch b f

MrCourtenay's D. Wynne's Mr
mould Mr

by Birdcatcher by Mickey Free


out

of Moleskin
out

of

L:on-

(both un)
ch f

Osborne's

by Tearaway
MEETING,
FKIDAT.

of Ennui

SEPTEMBER

1854.

Waterford

Stakes

(third class) fol. 209.


"

See

article^

COVEBED

BY

Lord

Waterford's

Perdita
.".

Seahorse Corranna

and

Lord
Lord

Waterford's

Peri

(un)

Seahorse
...

Waterford's

Monica

Seahorse
...

and

Corranna

314

ADDENDA.

COVEB"D

BY

Lord Lord

Waterford^s Waterford's

Bed

Rose

Seahorse Seahorse Corranna


and

Udegarda
Puss

Lord Ml
Mr Mr

Waterford's Watts's Watts's Watts's

Seahorse

Bussorah

EchidBa

Magpie^
Magpie
or

Tearaway

Mr*H.

Plaything Smyth's Langar


out

grant Emidam

mare,

of Alfred's

(un) Mr L. Keegan's mare by Tearof out (foded in 1846) away Seagull's dam (un) L. Keegan's Osprey Mr (un) MrR. Rynde's Vesper, by Hetman
...

by Clinker

Magpie

Burgundy(un)
Tearaway
Crozier

Platoff Mr D.

out

of

Summerhill

(xm)
Hark-

(un) (\m) (un)

Wynne's
dam

Maria,

by

away, Mr
Mr D.

by Speculation (un) Wynne's Venom (un)


...

Portrait Portrait

J. Osborne's

Ennui

Simoom

OCTOBER National
Produce

MEETING,
Stakes
"

1855.
on

"

Sires named

the

1st

of Lord
Lord

January
Waterford
Waterford

See

article^ Jbl, 217.


names

Corranna Seahorse

...

Lord Mr
Mr Mr Mr W. L. H. R.

Caledon
Hatch

Simoom

Crozier

Keegan

Tearaway
Sweetmeat

Smyth
W.

Whaley

Burgundy

ABVERTISElffENTS.

315

The with

following
the
sum

is

an

account

of

the

number

of

Races,
years,

total the

won

in

Ireland,

for the

past 7
:
"

collected

from

Ibish

Racing

Calendar

Omission.
"

Allegretto
for the
" I I I " "

has

been

omitted page 51.

from

the

Judge's
T-^^ "!"!" I " I

return

Mare*s
IJI III

Plate,

"

-*

1^1

M.
VETERINARY

B.

CLANCY,
SURGEON,

Member

of

the Fellow

Royal
of

College
the
to

London,
and

Veterinary Sur|;eons, Association, Veterinary Medical


the Turf Club of Ireland,

of

.'

Veterinary Surgeon
to

BEGS that
Kildare,
Club

he where

axsquaint the is practising he hopes to


Kildare, JOHN
Jan.

Members
at

of

the

Turf

[
\

the
a

Club
share

House,
of their

merit

patronage.
House, MR. 1, 1852. J.

TURNER,
AUCTIONEER,

Newtown
LICENSED

Villa, Kilcullen,
CURRAGH

notice, to Meetings, receiving due of Selling Stakes, and that he dispose of Winners Land stiU continues to act as Agent and Valuator of property of every description,and to dispose of produce, short horns and fiirming and agricidtural
stock
of

BEGS Country
to

announce

that

he

will

attend

any

every

kind, household

furniture, "c.

January, 1852.

316

ABVSBTISBBIBNTS.

TO

BE

SOLD,

Lot
The

"

Chesnut

Mare

by Blacklock, dam

by

stinted to TearawiCy. IMstingne, Lot 2 Bay Colt, 4 yrs old, by Tearaway, dam by and adapted for a country sire or Blacldock : great power
hunter. Lot 3
"

"^

2 yrs old,by Harkaway out of the dam Bay Filly, untried. of lot 2 :.just broke ; warranted 1 yr old, by Tearaway, oat of lot 1 Bay Filly, beaatifnlly shaped. J. HuNTEa, Applicationto Robert Esq. 1, North Lot 4" Dublin. Cumbierland-street, TO THE
:

CURRAGH
And others

TRAINERS,
much
in

JOCKEYS,

the
to

Pig-skin,
wbo
article
are

K=NOWJLNGmuch
on

the
Horseback

comfort
of

persons getting a prime


my in every
to

for

their trouserSf I invite attention selected for this purpose^ specially

Stock

of Goods

\1
)
/

the wants with with House THE will


wear

of all classes,from the every other article of "Woollen confidence as presenting better
can

suited to quality exercise-Doy up, together

Drapery,
talue,

which

1 offer

^001
in any

their other

and good selection, than variety in DubUn. BEST


two

be found

IRISH

HORSE
"

RUGS,

one

of which

English
Cords

Windsor of every

CoIuds, Barragons,
"c."c."c. description,

MoussKiNs, Cotton

LUKE

DILLON,
Woollen

Draper,
DUBLIN.

7,

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Printing Office, Metropolitan Sportmg


32, Lower Sackville-street,
IBvAlin.
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TRACY,
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