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Page 369 of Some celebrated racehorses of the past centuries : with their respective pedigrees and performances recorded in full (vol. 3) / by Thomas Henry Taunton.

ATINGCRF7'. 369 Newminster, 8st 31bs (Chaloner), by a length, Mr. J. Bowes' b. c. Noble- man by The Marquis, 8st 7lbs (Fordham), third, and two others. At Newmarket (First October), 8st iolbs (French), won the Buckenham Stakes, of 600, beating Lord Stamford's ch. c. Normanby by Thormanby, 8st iolbs (J. Goater), by a head; 3 to X on Kingcraft. The pair ran in close company all through, no more than half a length dividing them at any part of the race, and the finish was splendid. S. mg., 8st iolbs (French), won the Triennial, of 440, beating Nobleman, Sst iolhs (Fordham), by six lengths, Lord Falmouth's b. c. Linsey-Wolsey by Blair Athol, 8st iolbs, third, and four others. At Newmarket (Second October), w.o. for 300 sovs. S. mg., 9st 2lbs (French), ran third in the Middle Park Plate, of 4140, won by Mr. Lindon's ch. f. Frivolity by Macaroni, 8st iolbs (Chaloner), beating Mr. Merry's b. f. Sunshine (winner, this year, of the July Stakes at Newmarket, the Lavant at Goodwood, and the Champagne at Doncaster), by Thormanby, 8st i31bs (Daley), by a long head, Kingcraft being a short head behind Sunshine, and having run with extraordinary gameness H;awthornden, 8st glbs, Normanby, 8st 9lbs, Mahonia, 8st 6lbs, and eleven others, also ran; 7 to 4 against Sunshine, 7 to 2 against Hawthornden, 5 to X against Kingcraft, and 8 to I against Frivolity. At Newmarket (Ho.), 9st ilb (French), ran third in the Criterion, of i 170, won by Mr. Joseph Dawson's br. f. Hester by Thormanby (winner, in 1870, of the iooo Guineas), Sst Sibs (J. Grinmshaw), beating Sunshine, 8st 8lbs (Cannon), by a length; also Mr. Merry's ch. c. Sunlight by Stockwell, Lord Falmouth's ch. f. Atlantis, (winner of the Clearwell and Prendergast at Newmarket), by Thormanby, 8st 13lbs (Chaloner), fourth, b. c. Nobleman, 8st Sbs, and five others; 6 to 5 against Kingcraft, I I to 2 against Atlantis, and 7 to i each against Hester and Sunlight (J. Daley), Count Legrange's ch. c. Alaric by Monarque, and his b. c. Roquefort by Hospodar (both bred in France), Sst SIbs each, led to the Duke's Stand, where they were beaten, giving place to Kingcraft, who, however, at the commencement of the rails, was in turn beaten and headed by Sunlight, pulling double, who seemed to have the race in hand, but Jemmy Grimshaw, by a brilliant effort, brought up Hester to Sunlight's head, when the son of Stockwell and Sunflower, not relishing the challenge, instantly shut up.

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