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TATTERS A LT/& Messrs. tattersall beff to give NOTICE that their SALES at Knightsbridge are held on MONDAYS, and comprise HUNTERS, HACKS, HARNESS HORSES, COHS, and PONIES, also CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Ac. There is a good demand for each class of horso. For stalls, conditions of sale, and catalogues, apply to Messrs. Tattersall, Kniglitsbridge, Loudon. Next Sale, Monday, December 17th. NOTICE. NEWMARKET DECEMBER SALES. Messrs. tattersall win hold their Annual Snle nt Park Pad docks, Newmarket, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd. at. 9.30 a.m. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4th, at 9 a.m. WEDNESDAY’. DECEMBER 5th, at 9 a.m. THURSDAY’. DECEMBER Gth, at 9 a.m. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7th, at 9 a.m. Bj/ Messrs.tattersall On MONDAY, December 3rd, The following BROOD MARES, the property of Major W. N. McMillan. EDINGLA8SIE (1906), a Bay Mare, by St. Serf, out of Risbv (a good winner, and own sister to Laokford, a good winner), by Juggler, out of Cailleach (a winner and dam of winners), bv Galliard, out of Scotch Hag, by Blair Athol, out of Hecate, by West Australian covered by Tracery last service, June 30th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. Edinglassio is the dam of Scotch Wife (a winner), also Cerval, winner .of the Newbury Spring Cup and other races. SCOTCH WIFE (1910). a Bay Mare, by Queen’s Birthday, out of Edinglassio (see preceding lot) covered by Cicero last service, May 10th. and believed t bo in foal. DESMOND LASSIE (1912), a Bay Mare, by Desmond, out of Edinglassie (see first lot); covered by Radium last, service, May 28th, and believed to be in foal. BAY MARE (1914), by Santoi, out of Edin glassio (see first lot) covered by Radium last serviee, May 5tli, and believed to be in foal. Can be seen at Etheldreda House Stables, Ex- ning Road, Newmarket. On Mondnv, December 3rd, BROOD MARES, the property of the Earl of Lonsdale. To be sold without reserve, with the exoeption of Bnyazid. S.S. (1907). a Bay Mare (half-sister to Sen- forth), by Collar (by St. Simon, out of Sceptre’s dam, sister to Ormonde), out of a mare by Timothy, out of Florence Mont gomery (dam of Misunderstood and other winners), by Galopin, out of Florence (dam of the speedy Altliotas, sire of winners), by Yrespasiun, 4it of Penance (dam of Ab stinence, winner of £4500. and Lady Su perior), by The Flying Dutchman covered by Wnrlinghain last service, May 31st, and believed to be in foal. NANCIBEL <19081. a Brown Mare (sister to Appeal), by Minstead, out of Call-bell (dam of Qu’appelle, Minster Bell, Ac.), by Tyrant, out of Carillon (dam of many winners), by The Palmer, out of Timbrel, by Rata* plan; covered by Warlingliam– last service, May 19th, and believed to be in foal. BAYAZID (1913), a Bay Mare, by Bayardo, out of Snappy (a winner and dam of Fizz- Bang), by Fowling-piece, out of Light Fan tastic, by Rose Window, out of Trilby, by Amphion, out of Profile, by Salv&tor; covered by Diadumenos last service, June 5th, and believed to be in foal. WHITBYSTEADS (1908), a Bay Mare (a win ner sister to Minstead), by Minting, out of Lighthead (dam also of Cantilever), by Zealot, out of Whitelock, by Wenlock, out of White Heather, by Blair Athol; covered by Warlingliam last serviee, July 11th, and believed to be in foal. APPROXIMATE (1910), a Chesnut Mare, by Black Sand (winner of the Cesarewitch and Jockey Club Cup beating William the Third and sire of Black Spot, Blackstone. Gold Sand, and other winners), out of Proximo (Helot’s dam), by Best Man, out of a mare by Speculum, out of Nydia, by Orest covered by Mark Minor (by Marco, out of Benbecula, by Bendigo, out of High land Widow, by Scottish Chief– winner of races) last service, June 5th, and believed to be in foal] GREAT AUK (1911). a Chesnut Mare (not in the Stud Book), by Great Scot, out of Lady Ormac, by Ormac, out of Twincaster (dam of The Reaper and Self-binder), by Muncaster, out of Two Skins (dam of Duo- phil), by Clareniont, out of Maggie (dam of Activity, winner of 15 races), by Yol- tigeur; covered by Warlingliam last ser vice, April 11th, and believed to be in foal. BEACON LIGHT (1912), a Chesnut Mare, by Sundridgc (winner of £6700 and sire of Sunstir. Jest, Sunbright, The Story, and many other winners), out of Light Fantastic (dam of Snappy and Orange Dance, both winners Snappy is dam of Fizz-Bang, also a winner), by Rose Window, out of Trilby, by Amphion; covered by Beppo last ser vice. May 11th, and believed to be in foal. BREVE (1912), a Chesnut Mare, by Beppo (winner of £13,800. including the Jockey Club Stakes– beating Keystone II.. Poly melus, Plum Tree. Ac. and second to Llan- gibby in the Eclipse Stakes), out of Abbreviation (dam of Short Range, a win ner), by St. David, out of Apocope (half- sister to Missing Letter), by Hagioscope, out of Apathy, by Rattle, or Pellegrino. out of Lethargy, by General Peel covered bv Ylark Minor (see fifth lot)– last service, Mav 15th. and believed to be in foal. FLANNELETTE (1913), a B&y Mare (not in Stud Book), by Senseless, out of Kincarb 4 a winner, bred in U.S.A., and half-sister to two winners), by Kingston, out of Ging ham, by Domino, out of Calico, by Hamp ton not covered APPAM 1914), a Chesnut Mare, by Sunstar. out of Approximate (see fifth lot) covered by Bridge of Allan– last service, May 30th. and believed to be in foal. Will stand at Scaltbaek Stud Farm, Newmarket. On Monday, December 3rd, The joint property of the late Major Evelyn and Captain Anthony de Rothschild. MARES. SLIP (1909), a Brown Mare (winner of five races and half-sister to six winners), by Robert le Diablo, out of Snip (a winner and dam of seven winners), by Donovan, out of Isabel (winner of £3604 and dam of winners of £39.800), by Plebeian, out of Parma (winner of 20 races), by Parmesan;covered by Corcyra, and due to foal, April 7th. MONARDA (1902), a Bay Mare (half-sister to St. Amant, winner of the Derby and 2000gs.), by Florizel II., out of Lady Love- rule (dam of winners of £30,000). by Mun caster. out of Nellie (Mfener of £3500). by Hermit, out of Hippia, by King Tom; covered by Javelin, nnd due to foal, Febru ary 24th. QUAIL (1914), a Chesnut Mare (own sister to Eiderduck nnd half-sister to Santa Qunr- antn. both winners), by St. Amant (winner of the Derby and 2000gs.). out of Widgeon (dam of good winners), by Gallinule, out of Gagoul (a winner and dam of winners), by Galopin. out of Coomassie (winner of six races and dam of winners of £3325) covered by Mushroom, nnd due to foal, March 3rd. BAHATI (1908), a Bay Mare (winner of three races, inoluding Chesterfield Nursery of 1000 sovs.), by Missel Thrush, out of Florise (dam of Pastry, Fanfnrcna, and Bahnti, all good winners), by St. Frusquin, out of Nellie (winner of £3500 and grandam of St. Amant, winner of the Derby and 2000gs.), by Hermit, out of Hippia, by Kiug Tom covered by Kroonstad, and due to foal, March 7th. RUBRA (1905), a Bay Mare (not in the Stud Book a winner, nnd dam of St. Quin and Rubicond, her only runners), by Martagon, out of Galloping Queen (winner of £2399 and dam of five winners), by Galopin, out of Queen of Diamonds (ft winner and dam of five winners of £6402), by King of Trumps covered by Day Comet, and due to foal, April 5th. A LINDA (1913), a Chesnut Ylare (own sister to Duralinm. and half-sister to Grain and Lavaine, all good winners), by Radium (winner of £6755), out of Amine (dam of three winners), by Gallinule. out of Zobeyde (dam of five winners), bv St. Simon, out of Blserta (winner of the Chester Cup, Ac., and dam of winners of £29.672, also half-sister to Isabel, dam of St. Frus quin), by Lord Lyon covered by St. Amant, and due to foal. April 25th. COOP (1914), a Bay Filly, by Cock-a-hoop, out of Bahnti (winner of three races, including the Chesterfield Nursery of 1000 sov.). by Missel Thrush, out of Florise (dam of three winners), by St. Frusquin, out of Nellie (winner of £3500, and grandam of St. Amant, winner of the Derby nnd 2000gs.), by Hermit; not covered. N.B. All the above mares are believed to he in foal except Rubra. STALLIO.X. DAY COMET (1910), a Chesnut Horse (winner as a two-year-old of £2600, including the Prince of Wales’ Stakes at Gocdwood, beat ing Louvois and Radia
nt), by St. Frusquin, out of Catgut (a winner of nine races, and dam of four win lers out oF five starters, viz., Day Comet. Planet, Quinologist all full brothers and Catana), by Lactantius (winner of £3235), out of Catkin (a winner and dem of many winners), by Dog Rose, out of Lady Loverule (dam of St. Amant, winner of the Derby and 2000gs.), by Mun- caster, out of Nellie (winner of £3500), by Hermit (winner of the Derby), out of Hippia (winner of the Oaks), by King Tom. N.B. Day Comet’s stock are very promising. Will stand at Palace House Stables, Newmarket. On Monday, December 3rd, HORSES FROM TRAINING, the property of Mr. C. E. Howard (with cut engagements) FEROX, a Bay Colt, 4 years old (winner of Criterion Stakes, Culford Handicap, and Lo.vther Stakes) by Willon.vx, out of Fayre, by Ayrshire, out of Fasola, by Donovan, out of Doremi, by Bend Or ISONYX, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Willonyx, out of Isotta (bred in Hungary), by Bona Yist„, out of Isoline. by Isonomy, out of Italy, by Petrarch, out of Scythian Prin ces?, by Thormanby. Note. Isotta is three-parts sister in blood to Cyllcne. WILLING, a Brown Colt, 3 years old, by Wil lonyx, out of Game Chick, by Gallinule, out of Tierce, by Barcalaine, out of Fcil, by Sterling. Note. This horse was put out of training owing i to an accident. His dam beat Sceptre and Ard Patrick in separate races. He should make a good stallion. WALPOLE. a Chesnut Gelding. 3 years old, by Weathercock, out of Dorinda. by Aber- corn, out of Dormouse, by Orme, out of Anion dell, by Scottish Chief; likely to make a useful hurdler. Will stand at Kremlin House, Newmarket, except ing Willing, who will stand at Egerton Stud, Newmarket On Monday, December 3rd, Without reserve, the property of Mrs. Arthur James. ORYIEDA (1903), a Chesnut Mare (winner of three races and dam of Bridge of Orehy, Orme’s Head, and Poet’s Corner), by Orme, out of Andromeda (dam of winners of over £6000, including Perseus Goodwood Cup also The Gorgon New Stakes, Ascot the latter being dam of Gorges, winner of the 2000gs.), by Minting; covered by Roque- laure last “service, June 17th. SIMONE 41904), a Bay or Brown Mare (a win ner, and own sister to Rabelais, winner of Goodwood Cup and £10,000 in stakes, and one of the most successful sires in France), by St. Simon, out of Satirical winner of ninny races), by Satiety; covered by Great Sport last seivioe, May 23rd, and believed to be in foal. NJB. Great Sport (a good winner, and third in the Derby), by Gallinule, out of Gondolette (dam of Let Fly, and other good winners). POET’S CORNER (1912), a Bay Mare (winner of good races), by Chancer, out of Ormeda winner and dam of winners), by Orme, out of Andromeda (dam of Perseus- Goodwccd Cup and of The Gorgon New Stakes. Ascot the dam of Gorgos 2O0Ogs.), by Minting; covered by Bachelor’s Doable last service, Mav 18th. and believed to be in foal. GARG AHELLE 1913), a Chesnut Ylare, by Rabelais, out of Portrait (a winner), by Velasquez. oat of Presentation Ha winner), by Orion, out of Dnbia, by St. Simon, or Ayrshire, out of Miss Yliddlewiek, by Scot tish Chief; covered by Farman last service. May 27th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. This mare was not trained.. Farman (sire in his first season of De Haviiamd and Ancient and Modern), by Telocity, out of Fascination, by Royal Hampton, out of Charm, by St. Simoa. Rabelais, winner of the Goodwood Cup and £10.000 in stakes, and one of the most successful -iiallions in France. CATHERINE OF CASTILE (1913), a Chesnut Mare, by John o’ Gaunt, out of Mythology (a good winner), by Cyilene, out of The Gorgon (winner of New Stakes and dam of Gorgos– 2000gs.), by St. Simon, out of Andromeda (dam of many winners), by Ylinting; covered by Farman last service. May 4th’, and believed to be in foal, N.B. This mare was not trained.BAY FILLY, 1914 (a maiden), by Rndium, out of Simone (own sister to Rabelais), by St. Simon, out of Satirical, by Satiety. N.B.–1 This filly was not trained. BAY MARK (1914), by Lcmberg, out of Bunch Grass (winner of Hopeful Stakes, Don- caster), by Sainfoin, out of Charm (a good winner and sister to Amiable, winner of the Oaks), bv St. Simon, out of Tact (sister to William the Third’s dam), by Wisdom covered by Heliotrope last service, May 3rd. N.B. This filly was in training for a short time only, and ran well in good company at Newmarket. Can be seen at Woodland Stud, Newmarket. On Ylonday, December 3rd-, The property of a Gentleman. TWO-TEAR-OLD. GREEN HILL, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Greenback, out of Espnrcette, by Sainfoin, out of f.Uy of the Valley, by Martagon, out of I lam i tonia, by Hampton. l’EARLING. CHESNUT COLT, bv Marco (sire of Omar Khayyun, winner of the Kentucky Derby), out of Simonetta, by St. Simon, out of Javotte, by Wisdom “(foaled April 8th). Can be seen at Sackville House, Newmarket. On Monday, December 3rd. MARES, the property of Mr. C. E. Howard, all believed to be in foal. THAIS A (1901). a Chesnut Ylare (dam of a winner), by Cyilene, out of St. Pelagia, by St. Simon, out of Penitent, by Hermit, out of Stray Shot, by Toxophilite covered bv Weathercock last service, April 27th. SWEET NATURE (1914), a. Bay Ylare. by Sun- bright, out of Thaisa (see preceding lot) covered bv Willonvx last service, Ylarch 14th. ALINE HAMMOND (1903), a Bay Mare (dam of Chalmers, a winner, and Santaline), by Pride, out of Lady Gwendoline, by Cam- ballo, out of True Blue, by Oxford, out of Smilax, by Windhouttd covered by The White Knight last service, Ylarch 3rd. DORINDA (1903), a Chesnut Mare, by Aber- corn, out of Dormouse, by Orme, out of Amondell, by Scottish Chief, out of Paraffin, by Blair Athol covered by Willonyx last serviee, April 9th. ISOTTA (1904). a Bay Ylare (bred in Hun gary), by Bona Y’ista, out of Isoline, by Isonomy, out of Italy, by Petrarch, out of Scythian Princess, by Thormanby; covered by Sunbright last service, February 22nd. Note.– Isotta is three-parts sister in blood to Cyilene. LAZY LOO (1914), a Brown Mare, by Marco, out of Languor (dam of Hayden, winner of Jubilee Handicap, Kempton, and’ many races), by Adieu, out of Toil, by Petrarch, out of Spinningjenny, by Scottish Chief; covered by Weathercock last service June 2nd. Y’ELOUR (1912), a Bay Ylare (winner of three races), by Marcovil, out of Yrelvet, by Clierrv Tree, out of Svelte, by St. Simon, out of Fine Lady, by Isonomy covered by YVillonyx last service. Ylay 8th. Will stand at Egerton Stud, Newmarket. On Monday. December 3rd. BROOD MARES, the property of Yrr. J. B. Leigh. PERCEPTION (1905), a Chesnut Ylare (dam of Clairvovante and Ylinster View), by Persimmon, out of False Sight (dam of Spectrum, winner of ten races, Goggles, Pitch Battle, and Falsetto, winner of six races in Austria), by Yrelton, out of Mirage (winner of eight races), by Speculum, out of Euonyma (winner of eight races and dam of winners), by Restitution, out of Euphorbia (dam of winners), by Touch wood covered by John o’ Gaunt -last ser vile, April 25th. N.B. The above mare met with an accident as a two-year-old and never ran. ST. COLUYIBA (1912), a Brown Ylare, by St. Denis, out of Paloma (a winner), by Cyi lene, out of Clay Pigeon (dam of five win ners), by Common, out of Flyaway (winner of July Stakes and over £5000 as a two- vear-old, and dam of Stealaway, The Wyvern, Flying Colours Flying Colours is grandam of Frusquin’s Pride and Chee- chako), by Galopin. out of Rookery (winner of six races and dam of The Deemster, winner of Coventry Stakes, Ascot), by Hampton covered by Diadumenos last serviee, Ylay 7tli. N.B.– St. Denis “is by St. Simon, out of Brooch, by Bine-green, out of Ornament (own sister to Ormonde). Will stand at Ylr. W. H. Leader’s, YLachell Place, Newmarket. On Monday. December 3rd, The property of the Marquis of Londonderry. POLYPHONIC, a Chesnut Colt, 4 years old (winner of £1249 in stakes), by Polymelus, out of Indian Air (dam of Protestant Boy), by Ayrshire, out of YVenonah (grcat- grandam of Corcyra and Benevente), by Galopin likely to make a valuable stal lion. FLEURBAIX, a Chesnut Colt, 2 years old. by Picton (sire of Light Brigade), out of Flos Florum, by Florizel II., out of Wise Flower (dam
of winners), by Wisdom. He ran second to Little Trout at Stockton, and third in the Ditch Ylile- Nursery (Division II.) to Austral. Can be seen at Capt. Dewhurst’s Stables, Bed ford Lodge, Newmarket. On Monday, December 3rd. The property of Sir Berkeley Sheffield. MATCHO PAANI, a Brown Horse. 6 years old (winner of races), by Troutbeek, out of Rati. by The Baker (by Bread Knife), out of Rupee, by Silver (by Sterling). CROSBY, a Bav” Colt, 2 years old. by Amadis, out of Ronna, by Bay Ronald, out of St. Uncomber, by St. Serf. Can be seen at Kremlin House Stables, New market. On Monday, December 3rd MARES from the Ruff or d Abbey Stud, the property of Lord Savile. WOLF’S CREEK (1912), a Brown Mare, by Wolf’s Crag, out of St. Tigila (a winner and dam of Yacillant, Yigil, Ac.), by St. Simon, out of Wakeful, by Wakefield (by Doncaster) covered by Kroonstad– last service, May 11th, and believed to be in foal. _ Her black colt-foal by Jackdaw is retained. CR AG Y ALE, a Black Filly, 3 years old, by Picton, out of YY’olf’s Haven (winner of several races, including the Downe Nursery Handicap. Doncaster, and ran a dead-heat with Stolen Kiss in the Bretby YVelter Handicap, Newmarket), by Wolf’s Crag, out of Santa (a winner and dam of several winners), by St. Simon, out of Cissy (win ner of over £1500 in stakes, and dam of Wakeful, the dam of St. Aldegonde), by Strathconan. S ANT ALGA, a Brown Filly, 3 years old, by Santry, out of Allegra (dam of AH Serene,winner of over £1000 in 1916, the Starboro* Handicap, Lingfield, and Stewards’ Handi cap, Newmarket), by Eager, out of St. Aldegonde (winner of Park Hill Stakes ot over 1000 sov., Doncaster, and dam of Fallen Angel winner <.f over £2000 in stakes, and dam of Bee Fast and Alde- gond, winner of over £3000), by St. Simon, out of Wakeful, by Wakefield. Will stand at Ylr. YV. H. Ylanser’s, Cadland House, Newmarket. On Monday, December 3rd, ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE, the whole of the Snarchill Hall Stud, Thetford, the pro perty of Capt. H. T. Ylusker, who is, for the present, relinquishing thoroughbred breeding. M ‘RES AND FOALS. BEST OF FRIENDS (1900), a Brown Mare (winner of races and dam of four winners- Colonial winner of seven races value £1393 Bon Sante, Faithful Lass, and Bandit, a good winner in Roumania and second in the Roumanian Derby), by Loved One (sire of Sunstar’s dam), out of Flora Ylclvor (dam of the winners of over £5600 in stakes, including Dare Devil, twice winner of the Chester Cup, and of the Northumberland Plate, &c.), by Adventurer, out of Belle of Scotland (winner of three rnces and dam of seven winners, including Inverness, who won five races value £2171). by Blair Athol. out of Theresa (dam of Ethus and other winners), by Touchstone; covered by Cyl- lius (half-brother to Gay Crusader’s dam) last service, April 5th. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Cyllius, out of Best of Friends (foaled March 25tli). KONINGIN. (1911), a Chesnut Ylare, by Picton (sire of Light Brigade), out of Model Queen (dam of Golden Butterfly and Golds- cleugh. good winners, and grandam of Maglod, second in Austrian Derby), by Lord Lome (by Hampton), out of The Empress Ylaud (dam of Lady Rosebery winner of 18 races value £6462 Mortaignc –winner of 12 races and Knight of the Thistle, winner of the Jubilee Handicap and Royal Hunt Cup and sire of many win ners Lady Primrose, and four other win ners grandam of Japan, Harrow, Paigle, &c.-), by Beauclerc, out of Stella (a win ner and dam of six winners, including Luminary, who won over £5000 and sired the dam of Jerry YI.), by High Treason: covered by YVilliam Rufus last service. April 9th. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by YVilliam Rufus, out of Konigin (foaled Ylarch 11th). HARBOUR LIGHT (1911), a Chesnut Mare, by Sundridge (sire of Sunstar, Jest, &c.), out of Lima sol (winner of the Oaks, beat ing Chelandry, dam of Bric-a-Brac II.. winner of six races value £949), by Poulet. out of Queen of Cyprus (winner of five races value £1280, and dam of Cater ina– won four races and £1020 Cypria dead- heated in the Cesarewitch and Maori, good winner in U.S.A., where she bred Ethel- bert, one of the best colts of his year and a winner of over £14,000), by King Tom, out of Oypriana (dam of five winners), by Epiros, out of Cyprian (winner of the Oaks and dam of Songstress, winner of the Oaks), by Partisan; covered by YVilliam Rufus last service, Mav 2nd. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Maiden Erlegh (by Polymelus, out of Plum Tart, by Persim mon, and winner of £6265 in stakes), out of Harbour Light (foaled March 29th). HARRIDAN (1905), a Bay Marc (dam of Hen- rictte, winner of seven races, and Harry Rufus, winner of three races), by Velas quez, out of Keroual (winner and dam of three winners, and grandam of Sophron, winner of about £3000), by Foxhall, out of Kermesse (winner of the Yliddle Park Plate and over £8000 in stakes dam of Ylontem, winner of the New and July Stakes and £3396 and also dam of Attic- Salt, won £2900, and Salt Hill, who bred Harriet Graham, winner of the Australian Cup, 2000 sov. also grandam of Epsom Lad, winner of nearly £22,000), by Crc- morne, out of Hazledean (winner of seven races and darn of Hazlehatch winner of £4227 and six other winners grandam of Amandier) by Cathedral covered by Maiden Erlegh (winner of £6265 in stakes) last service, April 21st. BAY COLT-FOAL, by YVilliam Rufus, out of Harridan (foaled April 10th). YIADAME GULL (1910), a Brown Ylare (dam of Iron Cross, winner in Ireland, 1916, and winner of the Hamilton Derby, Canada, and two other races in 1917), by The Gull (by Gallinule), out of Harridan (dam of Henriette and Harry Rufus, winners of ten races), by Velasquez (see Harridan. 7th lot) covered by Glenesky (winner of £4210 in stakes) last service, May 17th. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Glenesky, out of Yfadamc Gull (foaled Ylarch 17th). LUCKY SLAY’E (1908), a Brown Ylare (sister to Calandria, winner of Ylay Plate, New market, 22 ran, and a Match for 500 sov., and second to The Tetrarch, beaten a neck, in National Breeders’ Produce Stakes), by St. Serf, out of Sprig of Heather (dam of four winners), by Macheath, out of Panache (dam of Carbineer, Zam, and two other winners), by Morion (by Barcaldine), out of Hortense (winner of Exeter Stakes, 451 sov., and dam of three winners under both Rules), by Hampton, out of Hester (winner of the “lOOOgs. and nearly £5500; dam of Prince Rudolph, winner of Liver pool Cup and ten races value £3000; Bray- ley, winner of 17 races value £2121 and two other winners also half-sister to the dam of Prince Charlie), by Thormanby; covered by Maiden Erlegh (by Polymelus)– last service, Ylay 24th. BAY FILLY -FOAL, by Maiden Erlegh (win ner of £6265), out of Lucky Slave (foaled April 14tli). QUEEN OF LONGFORD (1912), a Bay Ylare. bv Atlas (by Isinglass), out of Symons Queen (sister to St. Ylicho’n, and dam of Moydow, winner of races), by General Symons, out of Juanna (dam of St. Ylichan, a” good winner and sire of good winners in Argentina), by Don Juan, out of Charade (dam of Guesswork, Ac.), by Charibert, out of Canonical (winner of races and dam of eight winners under both Rules), by Cathedral, out of Empress (dam of Chisle- hurst. York, Ac.), by King Tom; covered by YVilliam Rufus– last service, February BAY’1 COLT-FOAL, by William Rufus. out of Queen of Longford (foaled February 9th). FRUSQUIN BELLE (1908), a Chesnut Ylare (placed second only time she ran), by St. Frusquin, out of Orierne (dam of winners), bv Orme, out of Ierne (dam of winners, including Flitters, winner of £1992, and dam of Bronzino, Flippant, and Marliaoea, dam of Rivoli), by Hermit, out of Shan non (winner of the Doncaster nnd Good wood Chips and 13 other races, and dam_Of five winners), by Lambton, out of 3 he Mersey (dam of Trent, good winner in England and of the Grand Prix de Paris),by Newminster; covered by Maiden Erlegh last service, May 13th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Maiden Erlegli, out of Frusquin Belle (foaled February 25th). STARTLE (1908), a Chesnut Mare (a winner and placed second three times at two years old), by Star Ruby (half-brother to Sceptre), out of Dartle, by Kendal, out of Dartaway (winner and dam of a winner), by Galopin
, out of Dart (dam of Missal’ winner of nearly £5000), by Thunderbolt’, out of Taugenichts (sister to Quiver, the dam of La Fleche and Memoir– winners of over £52,000 and of Maid Marian, the dam of Polymelus and Grafton), by Toxo- philite covered by Glenesky– last service, March 8th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Glenesky, out of Startle (foaled March 1st). SONG QUEEN (1908), a Bay Mare, by Thrush (winner of £7095), out of Great Dame (dam of Kuroki– winner of 11 races and £3241, including Prince of Wales’ Nursery Greator– winner of 10 races– Blackaton, Trelawny, and Laomedia, winner of £1459, and second in the Oaks), by Hermit, out of Lady Paramount (dam of winners and half-sister to Tristan, winner or the Ascot Cup, and Hardwicke Stakes three times),, by Toxophilite, out of Thrift (winner and dam of Tristan sire of Canterbury Pil grim, &c. Pursebearer, and other winners), by Stockwell, out of Braxey (a winner and half-sister to Blink Bonny, winner of the Derby and Oaks, and dam of Blair Athol, winner of the Derby and the. St. Leger), by Dross Trooper covered by Maiden Erlegh last service, May 31st. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Maiden Erlegh, out of Song Queen (foaled February 21st). SIMONA (1911), a Bay Mare (own sister to William Rufus and Henry the First, both second in the St. Leger and winners col lectively of over £17,000), by Melton, out of Simena (dam of the winners of over £22,500, including Chevening, William Rufus, and Henry the First), by St. Simon, out of Flying Footstep (darn of Walms- gate), by Doncaster, out of Atalanta (winner of five races and dam of Ayrshire, winner of the Derby and nearly £3600, Melanion, and Troon), by Galopin, out of Feronia (dam of St. Serf), by Thoripanby covered by Glenesky last service, May 3rd. BAY COLT-FOAL, b}r Glenesky, out of Somona (foaled February 16th). CARMEN SYLVA (1913), a Bay Mare, by Wil liam Rufus, out of Song Queen (see Song Queen, 19th lot) covered by Cyllius (half- brother to Gay Crusader’s dam)– last ser vice, May 25th. FAITHFUL LASS (1912), a Bay Mare (a winner of two races as a two-year-old, and sister to Bandit), by William Rufus, out of Best of Friends (see Best of Friends, first lot); covered by Cyllius last service, April 30th. LADY BRADGATE (1911), a Bay Mare, by Hackenschmidt, out of a mare by Fowling- piece, out of Countess of Bradgate (dam of The Laird II.), by Doubloon, out of Lady Primrose (dam of Winners and sister to Primrose Dame, the dam of Perth, the best of his year in France, winner of £31,200, and sire of the winners of over £186,000), by Barcaldine, out of Lady Rosebery (good winner and dam of winners, half-sister to Yiolet Melrose, the dam of Melton; and to Miss Middlewick, the dam of Mrs. Butterwick, winner of the Oaks), by Lord Clifden covered by Sweet Sun and Songcraft (brother to Missel Thrush) –last service, June 1st. MALASTRUE (1903), a Brown Mare (dam of Rockland, a good winner, and sister to The Warrior), by Orion, out of Vaurienne (winner of £687, dam of three winners, and grandam of Athi, winner of over £2500), by Galopin, out of Palisade (dam of six winners, including Golden Gate, winner of £1369; also grandam of Lis- chana, winner of eight laces value £4319), by Albert Victor, out of Obelisk (dam of winners, and half-sister to Yessel, dam of Farndale winner of £2000– Bransdale winner of £1900 and Yesterling, the dam of Sterling Balm winner of £4362 and of Ouadi-Halfi, winner of £6700, including French 2000gs.), by Cathedral covered by Songcraft (by Orme, out of Throstle, and sire of winners with few chances) last service, June 5th. HAY OF HOPE (1904), a Bay Mare (dam of Donabate, winner of six races in Ireland and in Brazil), by Prisoner, out of Star of Fortune (dam of four winners, including Sidus, winner of the Doncaster Cup and sire of many winners), by Hermit, out of Stella (sister to Lady Paramount herself dam of Astrologer, a good winner, and of Astrology, dam of Telescope and Star Shoot, winner of £6811 and a leading sire in U.S.A.), by Brother to Strafford, out of a mare (dam of Gilbert and Lady Para mount, dam of Kimbolton and St. Mirin– leading sire in Argentina for many years) by Toxophilite, out of Maid of Masham (dam of Lady Masham, dam of Peter and Timothy), by Don John; covered by Glenesky last service, May 7tli. STltELLO (1912), a Bay Mare, by Pipistrello (brother of Flying Fox), out of Rose Hackle dam ol’ three winners on the flat and under National Hunt Rules), by Hackler, out of White Rose (dam of six ‘winners on the flat and under National Hunt Rules), by York, out of Ursula, by Uncas, out of Turquoise (winner of four races and dam of Royal Garter), by Lord Clifden covered by Ambassador– last service, June 2nd. CHESNUT MARE (1914), by Thrush, out of Pearl Mosque, by St. Frusquin, out of Temple Hill (own sister to Galtee More, winner of the 2000gs., Derby, and St. Leger, and eight other races value £27^019) by Kendal, out of Morganette (dam of Ard Patrick, winner of the Derby, Eclipse Stakes, and £26,621, Blairfinde, Marietta, &c.) by Springfield, out of Lady Morgan dam of Alloway, sire of Lomond’s dam), by Thormanby, out of Morgan-la-Fayc dam of Mario Stuart, winner of the Oaks and St. Leger), by Cowl, out of Miami (winner of the Oaks), by Venison; covered bv Ambassador last service, May 16th. BAY MARE (1914), by Songcraft (brother to Missel Thrush), out of Simona (see Simona. 21st lot) covered by Sweet Sun (son of Sundridge, and brother to Sunshine) last service, May 11th. MAIDENS. BROWN FILLY (1915), by Henry the First, out of Lucky Slave (see Lucky Slave, 11th lot). BAY FILLY, 1915 (sister to Ornatinho, the best filly in Brazil, 1915, when she won four races value £1048, half-sister to Mel- tona, dam of Occurencia, best filly in Argentina, 1915, winner of the Derby and nine other rnces value £15,709), by Gallop ing Simon, out of Oria (winner of four races and £1354, and dam of Snarehill winner in 1917 Ornatinho, Ornatus, winner of seven races value £1460 in Brazil, and Meltona, dam of Occurencia), by Orion, outof Hortensia (winner and dam of winners), by Ayrshire, out of Beauharnais (winner of ronnnraC6S, anc* cbam Needles won about -UUU and Soult, champion sire In New Zealand five years in succession), by See Saw, out of Josephine (dam of eight pinners), by Birdcateher, out of Inheritress CHFSWnm 47T-races)’ The Saddler. CHESNUT FILLY (1915), by William Rufus, lot) Queen (see Song Queen, 19th GUI(W r#?Yr I.19,14” a Bay Filly’ by The GuU Z J „l1I11f ou^ Melrique, by Melton, out of Ulrique (dam of Ulim Rhu), bv St. Frusquin (sire of Rosedrop, winner of the Oaks and dam of Gainsborough), out of Reverse, by Retreat, out of Octavia (dam winners, including Philanthropist, winner of over £1600.1, by Kosicrucian, out of Lady ,l.?m °f winners), by Thormanby l (1914), a Bay Hare, by Henrv T £}rst” Oft* of Frusquin Queen (half-sister to Ulim Rhu, winner of two races), by Martagon, out of Ulrique, bv St. Frusquin (sire of Rosedrop, winner of the Oaks and dam of Gainsborough)– see Gullrique, pre- ceding- lot: covered by Glenesky last ser vice, April 23rd. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Monday, December 3rd. The property of Major R. Logan Kidston. HOHSE3 IN TRAINING. AERSCHOT a Bay Horse, 0 years old (win ner of the Newbury Cup, Bury St. Edmunds Handicap, Newmarket, and other races), A s, Brendan, out of Hoorno, by Marvel (by _ Harden), out of Crest, by Morion, out of Mon Droit, by Isonomy; believed to be sound. QUARRYMAN, a Chesnut Colt, 3 years old lijot in the Stud Book– winner of six races) by Prospector, out of a mare, by Lesteriin out of Cairngorm, by Baliol ‘believed to bo sound. KING’S PRIZE, a Chesnut Colt, 4 years old (winner of £1482 in stakes), by Marco, out of Queenlet. by Berrill, out of Queen Charming, by Marden, out of Glendnrley, by Queen’s Messenger; believed to be sound. MAKES. FLOTILLA (1914), a Bay Mare, by Flotsam, out of Myrtle Queen, by Sir Geoffrey, out of Myrtle, by Lowlander, out of Myrica. by Strathconan covered by Roquelaure last service, May 30th. KRONA (1914), a Brown Mare, bv Kroonstad, out of Troglodyte (dam of Trogon and other winners), by Milford (by Saraband), out of Myrrh,
by Galliard covered by Rock Flint last service, June 6th. Will stand at Waterwitch House Stables, New market. On TUESDAY, December 4th. MARE, the property of Lord D’Abernon. VALONA (1912), a Bay or Brown Mare (a winner), by Land League (son of Desmond), out of Valenza (winner of nine races, in cluding the Coronation Cup, and £3430, and the dam of Valens, winner of £4806, and the sire of Volt a, Julian, &c.), by Wink- field, out of Bellinzona (a winner herself, and dam of six winners of over £10,700, including Fariman), by Necromancer; covered by Llangibby– due to foal April 21st and believed to be in foal. N.B.– The produce will be bred on similar lines to Fariman, Santry, and Bendigo. Will stand at Queensberry Stables, High Street, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The property of a Gentleman. SHAMROCK, a Brown Fill}’, 2 years old, by Land League, out of White Lilac (dam of Marie Legraye, also Gunpowder, a gocd winner in U.S.A.), by Springfield, out of Aglentyne (dam of Briar-root, winner of the lOOOgs., also Rose Garden, gr’eat-grandam of The Tetrarcli), by Hermit, out of Mabille (sister to Cremorne), by Parmesan. SERBIA, a Brown Filly, 2 years old, by Land League, out of St. Sava (dam of Marcus, winner of the New Coventry Stakes), by St. Serf, out of Panache (dam of Carbineer, Zam, Zampieri, Scotch Mix ture, Soprano, and Pasiphae, all winners, also Sprig of Heather, dam of Calnndria and Nantyglo), by Morion, out of Hor- tense (dam of winners), by Hampton, out of Hester (winner of the lOOOgs.). by Thormanby, out of Tomyris (grandam of Prince Charlie). Can be seen at St. Albans House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, MARE and FOAL, with engagements, the property of a Gentleman. NEVOLNICE (1908), a Brown Mare (winner of many races), by St. Serf, out of Trevi (dam of Silver Spray, Nevolnice, and St. Loy, all good winners), by Love Wisely, out of Tiber (dam of Tiberia, the dam of King Priam and Trojan), by St. Angclo, out of Pampeluna (dam of Queen of Navarre, the best mare of her year), by The Palmer covered by Cicerc– last ser vice. April 10th. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Cicero, out of Nevolnice (foaled April 2nd). Can be seen at St. Albans Houee, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The following BROOD MARES and FOAL, the property of the Executrix of the late Mr. M. ,F. Hussey. FREWIN (1910), a Brown Mare, by Mackin tosh, out of Salamina, by Symington, out of Pearl Shell, by imp. Abercorn covered by Bachelor’s Double– last service, May 23rd, and believed to be in foal. N B.– Land of Song and other winners are out of the very few Mackintosh mares at the Stud. CARNIVAL (1909), a Chesnut Mare, by Mar tagon, out of Spree II. (dam of Stoncy Cross), by St. Frusquin, out of Bridget (own sister to Melton and dam of Santa Brigida– Bridge of Canny’s dam) by Master Kildaro covered by Lomond– last service, May 10th, and believed to be in g This mare having foaled late in 1916 was not covered that, year. CONJECTURE (1913), a Brown Mare, by St. mant, out of Surmise (a winner), by Sir Visto out of Chrvsis (winner of two races value £480, and dam of Manotto, winner of six races value €1305), by Childwick, out of R-osedew (dam also of _ Death Duty, Eurotas, and Mildew II., winners of 16 races value £2738), by Rosebery; covered bv Bachelor’s Double– last service, April 22nd and believed to be in foal. B AY or BROWN COLT-FOAL, by Fairv King, out of Conjecture (foaled April 12th). Will stand at Mr. A Hnyhoc s, Exeter House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th. The following- FOALS, the property of the Couipton- Stud (Annual Sale). BAY COLT-FOAL, by Kings Proctor (sire of Clematis, a winner in England and in U.S.A.). out of Sun Worship, by Sundridge,out of Doctrine (winner of the Coronation Stakes, Ascot, and other races, and dam cf College), by Ayrshire, out of Axiom (dam of winners), by Peter, out of Electric Light (a winner and dam of Bill of Portland, Lovely, Dynamo, <fcc.), by Sterling, out of Beachy Head (dam of winners), by Knight of St. Patrick (foaled May 2nd). BAA FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Becky, b}* John o’ Gaunt, out of Rebecca (dam of Cheleken, &o.), by Sainfoin, out of Mecca (a good winner and dam of Altnabreac, &c.), by Isonomy, out of Pilgrimage (winner of the 2000gs. and lOOOgs., dam of Jeddah, winner of the Derby, and of Can terbury Pilgrim, winner of the Oaks and dam of Swynford and Chaucer)– foaled April 23rd. N.B. Marajax is the sire of Mnrmouset, winner of four races in France this season. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Antibes, by John o’ Gaunt, by Rose Royal (winner of over £1000 in stakes), by Wil liam the Third, out of Rose Bend, by Bend Or, out of La Rosi&re (darn of Lord Melton), by Rosebery, out of The Empress Maud dam of Lady Rosebery, Knight of the Thistle, and many other winners), bv Beau- clcrc (foaled February 20th). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Bonarosa, out of Captured (half-sister to Pamfleta), by Ear la Mor, out of Bird i’ th’ Hand, bv Gallinule, out of Bush (dam of Knight of Tully, Thorndyke, &c.), by Bushey Park, out of Cheery (grandam of Plialaris), by St. Simon, out of Sunrise (a good winner, and dam of Dunure Mid Greeba Enger’s dam), by Springfield, out of Suriray, by King of the Forest, out of Sunshine* (dam of Bushey Park and grandam of Orvieto and Laveno), by. Thormanby, out of Sun beam (winner of the St. Leger), by Chani- oleer (foaled April 11th). BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of The Gleaner, by Picton, out of Cornfield (a good winner and dam of Corn Tassel, win ner of seven races in U.S.A.), b> Isinglass, out of Landrail (a winner- of over £3000 in stakes, and dam of three winners), by St. Serf, out of Thistlefield (dam of Betty- field, Merle, &o.), by Springfield, out of Thistle (dam of Goldfinch, Throstle winner of the St. Loger and Common, winner of the 2000gs., Derby, and St. Leger), by Scottish Chief (foaled March 24th). BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Dis dainful (a good winner, dam of Duchess Christine and other winners), by Prince Hampton, out of Lady Sneerwell (dam of Cheshire Cat), by Maoheath, out of Intrigue (own sister to Exiling), by Mask, out of Rudstone, by Tibtliorpe, out of Adeline grandam of St. Simon and Angelica– Orme’s dam), by Ion (foaled Maroh 9th). BAY COLT-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Sweet Bay (dam of Espinillo, a winner abroad), by Bay Ronald, out of Ellaline (dam of Juana and Mary the Second), by Bend Or, out of Dorothy Draggletnil (dam of winners), by Springfield, out of Hermione (dam of Perdita II. Persimmon’s dam), by Y. Melbourne, out of La Belle Helene, by St. Albans, out of Teterrima, by Voltigeur, out of Ellen Middleton (dam of Wild Dny- rell, winner of the Derby), by Bay Middle- ton (March 28th). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of First Blush, by Orme, out of April Morn (a winner and dam of Love Potion), by Common, out of April Fool (a winner, dam of winners, and grandam of Honey Bee and Primrose) by Wenlock, out of Feronia (dam of St. Serf and grandam of Ayrshire), by Thormanby, out of Woodbine, by Stockwell, out of Honeysuckle (own sister to New minster and Nunnykirk winner of the 2000gs.), by Touchstone (foaled February 6th). BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Merry Match (a winner), by Matchmaker, out, of Merrylips (a winner), by Isinglass, out of Seek and Find (a winner and dam of Hammerton, Retrieve, &c.), by Goldseeker, out of Bide-a-Wee (a winner and dam of Altliorp winner of the Ascot Cup, Gord- wood cup. &c.), by First Flight, (foaled March 2nd). Will stand at, Park Paddocks. On Tuesday, December 4th, The following HORSES IN TRAINING, the property of Mr. Frank Curzon. COCK OF THE ROCK, a Chesnut Gelding, 7 years old (a winner of races), by Count Schomberg, out of Cherry Lass (winner of nine races, including lOOOgs. and Oaks), by Isinglass, out of Black Cherry, by Bendigo. N.B. –This horse is a good jumper. COMEDIENNE, a Brown Filly, 4 years old (winner of four races), by Bachelor’s Double, out of Altovisear (a good winner nnd dam of Gallego and A lope), by Dono van, out of Navnrctta, by Kilwarlin, out of Pampeluna, by The Palmer out of Cata lonia, by Lord Clifden. N.B. This filly also won the Brnokley Welter Handicap at Manc
hester from 21 others. OPIIION, a Brown Gelding, 4 years old, by Oppressor (winner of Irish Derby), out, of Io. by Lino, or Inn (certainly by Ian), out of Egglestone (full sister to Queen’s Holiday, winner of the Wokingham Stakes, and dam of Queen’s Parade and By George!), by Royal Hampton, out of Cinder, (dam of many winners), by St. Simon, out, of Antibes (a big winner, and sister to Seabreeze, winner of Oaks, St. Leger. and Doncaster Cup), by Isonomy, out of St. Marguerite (winner of the 1000^8., nnd dam of Tredennis. Lc Vnr. winner of £10,000, nnd Roquebrunc, dam of Rook Sand, the triple crown winner), by Hermit. OROS, a Bay Gelding, 3 years old (a winner), by Radium, out of Ayeshn, by Ayrshire, out of Lily Rosebery (a winner, and dam of Rosey Posey, a winner, and Lily, winner of Danish Derby, 1913), by Crowbery, out of Last Link II. (dam of winners of 25 races, nnd own sister to The Empress Maud, dam of Lady Rosebery and other winners of over £17,000), by Beauclerc, out of Stella (a good winner and dam of seven winners, including Luminary), by Higli Treason. MISLEADING LADY, a Chesnut Filly, 3 years old (not in the Stud Book– a winner), by I’rimcr, out of Water Nymph (bred in U.S.A.– dam of Devil Fish), by Watercress, out of Miss Drusilln. by Hamburg, out of Drusilla (dam of Bnvola), by Hampton, out, of Bella Agnes (dam of Arturo, Cardinal Mai. Ac.), by Macaroni, out of Belle Agnes, by King Tom. DARK MITT, a Brown Colt, 3 years old. by Dark Ronald, out of Mittimus (a winner), by Exile II., out of Certificate (dam of winners), by Avontos. out of Mnkesure, by Oenernl Peel, out of Make shift. by Voltigeur. N.B. This horse is a good lender of work. PAMFLETA, a Brown Filly. 3 years old (a winner of races), by William the Third, out of Bird i’ th’ Hand, by Gallinule, out of Bush (dam of winners), by Bushey Park, out of Cheery (own sister to Dnnure and Greennn, and dam of Bromus, a winner,and sold with her foal, July, 1911, for 3200gs.), by St. Simon, out of Sunrise (winner of over £7000 in stakes, dam ofv winners, and grandam of Eager), by Springfield, out of Sunray (a winner, and dam of seven winners collectively of £14,000), by King of the Forest, out of Sunshine, by Thormanby. PRICELESS, a Brown Filly, 2 years old, by White Eagle, out of G’olonia (winner of the New Stakes and other good races, and sister to Royal Realm), by Persimmon, out of Sand Blast, by Sheen, out of Sahara, by Galliard, out of Madge Wildfire, by Blair Athol. TIMOLEAGUE, a Brown Gelding, 2 years old, by Land League, out of Lady Hunter (a winner, and dam of Trapeze, Gorse, and Blue Stick, winners), by Orion, out of Hunting Queen, by Melton, out of Princess Victoria, by Prinpe Charlie. LADY VAIN, a Chesnut Filly, 2 years old, by Simon Square, out of Vain Duchess, by Isinglass, out of Sweet Duchpss, by Hagio scope, out of Grand Duchess, by Lozenge, out of Ladylike, by Newminster. N.B. The fillies of this family have all done particularly well at the stud and on the race course. HALF SISTER, a Brown Filly, 2 years old. by Llangibby, out of Altovisear (dam of Gallego, Alope, and Comedienne), by Dono van, out of Navaretta, by Kilwarlin, out of Pampeluna, by The Palmer. MISS RICH, a Brown Filly, 2 years old, by Earla Mor, out of Opulence, by Florentine, out of Wealth (dam of The Lombard), by Sterling, out. of Cherry Duchess, by The Duke. LOAF SUGAR, a Bay Filly, 2 years old, by John o’ Gaunt, out of Caramel, by Per simmon, out of Carim, by Bend Or, out of Cambushinnie, by Hampton, out of Rud stone, by Tibtliorpe out of Adeline (gran dam of St. Simon), by Ion. FROGGIK, a Bay Filly, 2 years old (n winner), by St. Amant (sire of Francis Armand), out of Bustle (a winner of races), by Eager, out of Sophie A mould, by Ayrshire, out of Lady Susan, by St. Simon. Will stand at Lnnsdownc House, Falmouth Avenue, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The property of Mr. B. Beekwith Smith. CURRAGHGOUR, a Black Horse, 6 years old (a good winner), by Kroonstud, out of Bude, by St. Florian, out of Buda (dam of Greenlawn), by Balfo. Can be seen at St. Albans House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The following TWO-YEAR-OLD COLTS IN TRAINING, with or without, engagements, at the option of the purchaser, the property of the Earl of Rosebery. PRUNELLO, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Sun- star. out of Prune (dam of Prue winner of the National Breeders’ Produce Stakes, Sundown Park, Coronation Stakes, Ascot, Newmarket Oaks, and £9942 in stakes, and Atticus, a winner), by Persimmon, out of Pressure, by Beud Or. out of Bonny Jean (winner of the Oaks), by Macaroni. LYRIC, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by St. Amant, out of Chelys (dam of Chili II., winner of the City and Suburban, &o.), by Sir Visto, out of Chelkndry (winner of the lOOOgs. and £13,183 in stakes, dam of Neil Gow, Traquair a high-olass sire in Australia– Skyscraper, Popinjay the dam of Magpie and Pcrdiccas, and the winners of £38,290 also grandam of Wrack, &o.), by Goldfinch, out of Illuminata (winner, dam of Lndas, winner of the Derby and £18,513, and Gas, the dam of Cicero), by llosicruoinn. COUNTRY BUCK, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Swynford, out of Valve (winner of eight races value £1112, and dam of Sanquhar, winner of over £5000 Vuueluse, winner of the lOOOgs., 1915; and Shrill, winner of many races in New Zealand), by yelusquoz, out of Gas (dam of Cicero, winner of the Derby, Valve, Bczoniun, &o.), by Ayrshire, out of Illuminata (dam of Lndas nnd Ohelhndry), by Rosieruoian. Will stand at. Park Paddocks. On Tuesday, December 4th, Without reserve, MARES, the property of Capt. F. Forester. BRACELET (1905), a Chesnut Mare (winner of many races and second in the lOOOgs.), by Collar, out of Isis Belle (winner of many races and dam of winners), by Baliol, out of La Cigale, by Necromancer (tracing back to Vex, sister to Galopin) covered by Radium last servioe, May 9th. N.B. Bracelet is dam of Dress Circle and Miss Flapperton, both winners, and the only two of her produce that have run. TOOTLES (1908), a Bay Mare (winner of many races and second in the Oaks, and second in the Cesarowitch, carrying Hst. 51b.), by John o’ Gaunt, out of Lady Drake (winner of many iiiccs), by Gallinule, out, of Two of Diamonds, by Deuce of Clubs, out of Venture, by Bruce; covered by By George 1 last service, Juno 8th. N.B. Tootles’ yearling colt mndc 2200gs. at Newmarket September Sales this year. By George!, by Lally, out of Queen’s Holiday, was one of the best two-year-olds of his year. His first crop (now foals) arc most promising. Will stand at, Mr. A. Ilayhoc’s, Exeter House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, Decemb ;r 4th, The x^roperty of the Duke of Westminster. MARKS. GALORE (1905), a Bay Mare (a winner and the dam of Laxford, also a winner), by Fowling-piece, out of Nada, by Galopin, out of Abstinence, by Macaroni covered by Ahlford– last service, April 9th. MYSTERY (1910), a Bay Mare, by Troutbeck, out of Vampire (dam of Flying Fox), by Galopin, out of Irony, by Rosebery covered by Valens last service, March 27th. EAGER CISSY (1914), a Bay Mare, by Cicero, out of Eagcress (dam of Eager Eyos and Cascade), by Eager, out of Last of the Queens, by Springfield covered by Aldfor’d –Inst service, March 24th. N.B. Eager Cissy was not trained. STALLIONS. TROUTBECK (1903), a Brown Horse, by Ladas, out of Rydul Mount, by St. Serf, out of Rydal, by Bend Or, out of Windermere, by Macaroni a winner of ten races, including the St. Leger, nnd the sire of Eager Eyes, Manxman. Favoritn, nnd many other winners. MANXMAN (1912), a Bay Horse, by Trout- beck, out of Mangalmi. by William the. Third, out of Vampire (dam of Flying Fox), by Galopin. N.B. Mangalmi is the dam of Aldford nnd Melga, both winners. Will stand nt Mrs. Chaloner’s, Osborne House, Newmarket. iOn Tuesday, December 4th, To dissolve a Partnership. WILL O’ THE WISP, a. brown Colt, 3 years old by Willonyx, out of Sabrinctta (dam of Hanover Square), by Kilwarlin, out of Sabra, by St. Simon. Can be seen at St. Albans House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4tli, .MAKES, the property of Jlr. Herbert do la Hue. MAN’ON (1914), a Ohesnut .Marc, by Cleero (sire of Friar .Marcus and Kwang-Su), out of Politely (
dam of four winners– Asti– winner of’ 11 races value £15S5 in Argen tina^ .Miss Tathwell,” Value–‘ winner of races in Australia– and Polite, sc, winner in India), by Persimmon, out of Courtly (winner and darn of winners), by Hamp ton, out of Little Lady (winner and dam of eight winners in England and France), by liosicrucian, out of Dark Blue (dam of five winners, including Preciosa and Capuchin, the winner of 16 races value £3758), by Oxford; covered by Decision (winner of £3039, brother to Cocksure _II., sire of winners and half-brother to tea- fast)– last service, April 27th. RAY (1911), a Chesnut Mare (second over one mile at Birmingham, only time she ran at three years old), by Radium (sire of Clarissimus), out of Mouarda (second in Beaufort Stakes, 525 sov-. ttud hnlf-sister to the winners of about £30,000), by Florizcl II., out of Lady Loverule (dam of St Amant, winner of the 2000gs., the Derby, and £23.939– Trident, winner of £3841– Venus, winner of £1584– and Pow- hattan, -ire of winners in Austral^ Ae by Maaeaster, out of Nellie (winner of £4->-4 and third in the lOOOga. ami Oaks, and dam of several winners), by Hermit, out of Hippin (winner of tho Oaks and 15 other raoes), by King Tom; covered by Sted fast (winner of 21 ./races value £28,4,3)- lnst. service, June 1st. Her oolt-fonl by Light Brlgnde is retained. M ENWINNION (1908), a Bay Mare (winner at Newmarket at two years, and dam of Pub- liean, winner of Mantou Stakes, 334 sov., Newburv, 1918), by Arizona, out of Lady Shamrock (winner of five races on the tint mid three races under National Hunt Holes; dnni of Urcen Cloth, winner of four races value £870; also of Friese and Ulster Queen, both placed second) by Bucking* ham (by Galopin), out of Geology (dam of five winners of 28 races on the tint nod under National Hunt Rules), by Geologist, out of Star of the North (grandam of J-lin M.P.). by Breadalbanc (brother to Blair Athol) covered by Mushroom (winner of the City and Suburban and £5738)– last service, April 18th. Her colt-foal by Thrush is retained. N.B.– Arizona, by Omnium II. (grandson of Dollar), out of Attractive, by Melton. Can be seen at Mr. J. Butters’, Kremlin House Stables, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The property of Mr. R. C. Dawson. MISS CHEEK, “a Chesnut Filly, 2 years old, bv Chaucer, out of Assurance, bv Count Sohomberg, out of Be Sure (dam of Cock sure II. and Stedfast), by Surefoot, out of Queen Bee. No engagements. N.B.- This filly is three-parts sister to bteatast. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Tuesday, December 4th, Without reserve, the* property of Mr. W. B. Purefoy, Greenfields, Tipperary. makes. BxVRILLA (1910), a Bay Mare, by Radium, out of Barondn, by Carbine, out of Pindi idam of many winners), by Galopin, out of Dee, by Blair Athol; covered by Charles O* Mai lev– last, service, May 11th. PAMPHYLOVNA (1912), a Bay Mare (never broken), by Lolly, out of Pamphvle, by Robert le Dinble, out of Pnmflete, by St Simoit. out of Mneme, by Minting, out of Arcadia (Cyllene’s dam), by Isonomy covered y Charles O’Malley– last service, June 6th. Her colt-foe. 1 this year by Charles O’Malley met with an icident. N.B.– Charies O’Malley. by Desmond, out of Goody Two-Shoes, by Isinglass, was a gocd winner him? it over all distances, from 5 fur longs fc 2 miles, also third in Derby, and second, beaten a neck, in Ascot Gold Cup. He is already the sire of Timler, one of the best two-vear oids in Ireland, and other winners. MISS FLAPPERTON (1913), a Chesnut Mare, by Tredennis, out of Bracelet (a good winner and second in the lOOOgs.), by Collar, out of Isis Belle (winner of many races rnd dam of many winners), by Baliol. b– Miss Flapperton won a good hurdle race in Mav fins year at the Curragh. She was covered bv Bv” George! once only on May 27th, but is believed not to be in foal, so could be put back into training. A maiden on the flat. OCC U It R EN OI A (1913), a Bay Mare, by Des mond, out of Glen Doon. by Bushey -Park, out of Lorna Doon, by Baliol; covered by Bv George!– last service, May 1st. ADARE il913), a Bay Marc (never broken), by Desmond, out of Heriot (dam of Manister Toi. a good winner in U.S.A.), bv Wild- fowler, out of Kooinur (dam of winners). Lord Gough covered by By George last service, May 20th. N.B.– Bv George!, one of the best two-year-olds of his year, was by Lally, out of Queen’s Holiday i winner of many races), by Royal Hampton, out of Cimies, by St. Simon. YEARLING. CHESNUT FILLY (unbroken), by Ulster King, out of Lady Santry, by Santry, out of Right Bitter, by Right away, out of Mara (own sister to Sandiway and dam of many winners), by Doneaster. out of Clemence (a good winner herself, dam of many winners, and grandam of Carbine), by Newminster (foaled March 13th). Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Tuesday. December 4th. Without reserve, the following BLOOD STOCK. the property of His Grace the Duke of Portland, K G., who sells annually. GALLOP APE (1903), a Bay Mare (winner of races, and dam of Sacred Song. Ac., and herself own sister to Game Chick), by Gallinule. out of Tierce, by Barcaldine, out of Foil, by Sterling, out of Sham Fight (dam of Spectator), by Knight of Kars, out of Caricature, by Pantaloon, out of Pasquinade (sister to Touchstone), by Camel: covered by Stedfast– last service, June 25th. BELLE OF ERIN (1909). a Bay Marc, by Des. mond, out of Miss Gunning II. dam oi manv winners), by Carbine, out of Memon (winner of the Oaks and St. Leger), by St Simon, out of Quiver (dam of Ls Flichc, Maid Marian, Ac.), by Toxophilite covered by Picton– last service, May 2nd Her colt by Yalens is retained. RCO (1913), a Brown Mare, by Marco, out ol Yivario (dam of Ajaccio), by Ayrshire, ouj of Miss Gunning II. (dam of several go oCwinners), by Carbine, out of Memoir (winner of Oaks and St. Leger and own sister to La Fltohe), by St. Simon, out of Quiver (dam of Maid Marian), by ioko- philite, out of a mare by Young Melbourne, out of Brown Bess, by Camel covered by The White Knight– last service. May 14th. Her fonl is retained. BACKHANDER (1913), a Bay Mare, by M ll- liam tho Third, out of Recoil, by Carbine, out of Broad Corric (a good winner and dam of Glnsalt, Ac.), by Hampton, out of Corrio Roy (a great winner herself and dam of None the Wiser, Ac.), by Galopin, out of Corric, by Stockwell, out of Mayon- aise (winner of the lOOOgs. and dam of Cnrine), by Teddington, out of 1 lo-nio (winner of ‘the lOOOgs.), by Glnucus; covered by Plialeron last service, April Jllth. Her foal is retained. MISS SLYBOOTS (1914), a Bay Mare, by Sunder, out of Buttermero, by Velocity, out of Mrs. Butterwiek (winner of tile Oaks, anil dam of Grcatorek, Phaleron, Wombwell, Ac.), by St. Simon, out of ?liss Middlewiok. bv Scottish Chief, out of Violet (dam of Violet Melrose), by Thormailbv. out of Woodbine, by Stockwell, out of Honeysuckle (sister to Newminster), by Touchstone covered by Rivoli last service, Mav 25th. BOW AND ARROW (1914), a Bay Mare, bj Spearmint, out of Bojnrin (bred in Austria dam of Amerongen), by Bona lsta, out of Janetta, by Isonomy, out of Jannette (winuer of the Oaks and St. Leger), by Lord CUfden, out of Ohevisannce (own sister to Lord Lvon anil Achievement), by Stockwell, oat of Paradigm, by Paragone, out of Ellen Home, by Redshank; covered bv Phaleron– last service, April 23rd CAPSOLTN (1914), a Bay Mare, by William the Third, out of Gallopa’dc, by Gnllmule, out of Tierce (dam of Game Chick), b.v Barcaldinc, out of Foil, by Sterling, out of Sham Fight (dam of Spectator), by Knight of Kars. oat of Caricature, by Pantaloon, out of Pasquinade (sister to Touchstone) eovercd by Plialeron– last service, April CLUANIE (1915), a Bay Filly, by Fowling- piece, out of Bojarin (bred in Austria –dam of Amerongen), by Bona I ista, out of Janetta (sister to Janissary), by Isonomy, out of Jannettc (winner of tnc Oaks and St. Leger), by Lord Clifden, out of Chcvisaunce (own sister to Lord Lyon and Achievement), by Stockwell, out of Paradigm, by Paragone, out of Ellen Home, by Redshank. CHESNUT FILLY (1915– late Miss Elis), by Yin ad is, out of Fair Nell (winner of races, and dam of I’ Anson, Orangeman, Ac
.), by Gallinule, out of Adelaide, by Ben Battle, out of Countess Adelaide, by Macaroni, out of Georgiana, by Touchstone. LOT’S WIFE (1915), a Brown Filly, by Chaucer, out of Salt Hill (a winner, and dam of Colleger and Harriet Graham, the latter a big winner in Australia), by Cyllenc, out of Montem (winner of good races, and dam of Attic Salt), by Ladns, out of Kermesse, by Cremorne, out of Hazle- ilcan, by Cathedral, out of Nutbush, by Filbert. yearlings (unbroken). BELFAST, a Bay Filly, by Lemberg, out of Belle of Erin, by Desmond, out of Miss Gunning II. (dam of many winners), by Carbine, out of Memoir (winner of the Oaks and St. Leger), by St. Simon, out of Quiver (dam of La Fhiche, Maid Marian, &c.), by Toxophilite (foaled April 1st). BAY or BROWN FILLY”, by Chaucer, out of Miss Gunning II. (dam of many winners), by Carbine, out of Memoir (winner of the Oaks and St. Leger), by St. Simon, out of Quiver (dam of La Fleclie and Maid Marian), by Toxophilite (foaled May 1st). Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Tuesday. December 4th, The following BROOD MARES, from the Rath- bane Stud, Limerick, the property of Mrs. W. W. Bailey. These mares are only sold to make room for vounger mares. CHUTE (1905), a Bay Mare (winner of two races, and grandam of Arrywee), by Car bine, out of Weir (dam of Wendouree and The Whirlpool, and grandam of Deluge, Radwav, and Double Ditch), by Galopin covered by The Tetrach– last service, May 25th. NYDIAN (1903), n Bay Mare (winner of three races £700, and dam of The White Nun and Sydian), by Martagon, out of St. Nydia “(a good winner), by* St. Simon; covered bv Lomond– last service, June 1st. SCOTCH FIDDLE (1907), a Bay Mary (a winner and dam of two winners), by Gala shiels (bv Galopin), out of Pizzicato, by Royal Hampton, or Saraband, out of Heriot (winner of five races value £950), by Galliard covered by Polymelus last service, March 19th. CYRILLA (1908), a Chesnut Mare, by Cyllene (sire of four Derby winners^ out of Nushka (own sister to Nenemoocha, gran dam of Corcyra), by Hagioscope, out of Wononab, by Galopin; cowled by Roi Herode– last, service, May 14th. LADY GLADYS (19QS), a Chesnut Mare, by Sundridge, out of Corbella (dam of a winner), by Gold, out of Corbeille (winner of seven races value £1262), by Bruce, out of Corvedale (a winner and dam of four winners), bv Wenlock; covered by Bachelor’s Double– last service, May 15tli. Will stand at Mr. A. Hayhoe’s, Exeter House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, MARES, the property of a Gentleman. JUANA (1904). a Chesnut Mare, by Yelasquez, out of Ellaline, by Bend Or. out of Dorothy Dragglctail, by Springfield, out of Her- mione, by Y. Melbourne, out of La Belle HeRne. by St. Albans covered by Neil Gow last service, Anril 11th. i HARMONICA (1906), a Bay Mare, by Isinglass, out of Sonatina. bv Amphion, nut of Albertine. by Albert Yictor, out of Annette, by The Speaker; covered by Radium last service, February 20th. Will stand at Mr. T. Leader’s, Stud Farm, F.xning Road, Newmarket. On Tuesday. December 4th. The property of the Earl of Carnarvon. makes. CHARMEUSE (1910), a Chesnnt Mare (winner of four races, including Newbury Autumn Handicap, 527 sov.. 1| miles), by St. Frus- qtiin. out of Fairy Martin (winner, and dam of Lady Eileen, winner of five “races, value £1266, including Lewes Handicap, H miles, and Newbury Autumn Handicap, II miles), by Martagon, out of Queen of 1 the Spring “(dam of Orviepano winner of 13 races, £1663– Martabnn. and St. Win- deline. winner of eight races, value £2425. and the dam |of Wool Winder- winner of the St. Leger .and £10.827), by Snringfield, out of Queen of the Hills (dam I of three winners), by Exminster, out ofQueen of the May (winner of nine raoes, dam of winners, and grandam of lyrant, winner of the Chester Cup, Ascot Vase, and Doneaster Cup, and £3562), by King of Trumps; eovercd by Yolta last ser vice, May 20th. WHIN CHAT (1908), a Chesnut Mare (winner of three races at three and four years old, and dam of Yalinch, a winner at Newmarket this season, her first runner), bv Gallinule, out of Chatty (winner, and dani of Mustapha– winner of 25 races value £5812, and placed second in the Cambridgeshire three times– Arius, and Mouffettish winner of races in South Africa), by Raconteur, out of Amphora (sister to Sundridge, lierself winner of the Stewards’ Cup, and seven other races value £3480, and dam of Glass Jug, win- ner of five races value £3196, and second in the Oaks), by Amphion, out of Sierra (sister to Sainfoin, and dam of Sundridge, Elmstead, &c.), by Springfield, out of Sanda (dam of Sainfoin– winner of the Derby and sire of Rock Sand; Black Sand winner of the Cesarewitch, &c., and Golden Garter, good winner and sire of many winners in U.S.A.), by Wenlock; covered bv Yolta last service, April 9th. MUNITA (1907), a Bay Mare (winner of Sep tember Nurserv, 262 sov., Kempton. 7 fur longs), by St.* Simon, out of Little Eva (winner of the Lincolnshire and five other races value over £3100; dam of seven winners, Evansdale. Little Goose, Lindsay Gordon, Jack, Munita, Golden Flight, and Little Trout, all her runners), by Little .lohn, out of Lady Carden (grandam of Juliet II., winner of £3346), by Lord Gough, out of Dark Girl (dam of winners), bv Ben Battle, out of Trickstress (winner of the Irish Derby and dam of winners), by Caraetacus; covered by Yalens last ser vice, June 3rd. FACILE (1913), a Bav Mare, by Yalens (sire of Yolta), out of’ Fnskally (winner of four races value £618, and dam of Rohallion, winner in England and the best colt in Brazil in 1914, when he won seven races and £3137), by Orme, out of Tights (dam of Fancy Man, winner o-f the Prince Edward Handicap and £2000), by Timothy, out of Garterless (winner of eight races £1100 and dam of the un beaten Suspender; “also sire of many win ners), by Knight of the Garter, out of Saratoga (winner of six races and dam of five winners), by Adventurer: covered by Rivoli– last service, April 16th. CALLIDORA (1911),, a Bay Maize,, by St. Aidan (by St. Simon), out of Call Bird half-sister to Witch Elm, winner of the lOOOgs. and four other races and £5875), by Gallinule, out of Cannie Lassie (winner and dam of Witch Elm, Canidia, &c.), by Ayrshire, out of Wise Girl (dam of Honolulu, winner of over £1260, &c.), by Wisdom, out of Touch-me-Not (winner and dam of winners), bjr Muncaster, out of Thistle (dam of Common winner of the 2000gs., Derby, and St. Leger; Throstle winner of the St. Leger and Goldfinch, first-class winner and sire of Chelandry, &c.) by Scottish Chief; covered by Yalens last service, April 24th. NAMTJR (1911), a Bay Mare, by William the Third, out of Rosa Melton (sister to Lord Melton and dam of three winners, including Maxima, winner of three races and £747), by Melton, out of La Rosiere (sister to Knight of the Thistle and dam of Lord Melton also a good sire in Argentina Melton Boy, Rosemart, by Rose- bery, out of The Empress Maud (dam of Lady Rosebery winner of 18 races value £6462: Knight of the Thistle winner of the Jubilee Handicap and1 Royal Hunt Cup Mortaigne winner of 12 races and five other winners; also dam of Primula, dam of six winners, including Japan, winner of 21 races value £3498), by Beau- clerc, out of Stella (winner of nine races and dam of eight winners including Luminary, who won over £5000, and sire of the dam of Jerry M.), by High Treason; covered by Yalens last service, May 9th. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Tuesdays December 4th, With or without engagements, at the option of the Purchaser, the property of the Earl of Car narvon. CHESNUT FILLY, 2 years old, by Yalens, out of Erzsike (bred in Austria, dam of Magyar, and four other winners), by Bona Yista. No engagements. FAUSTINA, a Bay Filly, 2 years old, by V alens, out of Beatrice, by Bushey Park, out of Kirsche (dam of eight winners), by Cherry Ripe, out of The Sabine. No engagements. HIGHER LEVEL, a Brown Colt, 2 years old, by Simon Square, out of Altiora (dam of Julian and Himalaya), by Gallinule. ATON, a Chesnut Colt, 2 years old, by Sun flower II., out of Missovaja (dam of Wassilissa, a winner of the Coronation Stakes, at Ascot, &c.), by Ch
esterfield, eut of Diamond Agnes, by Hampton. THEODOSIUS, a Brown Colt, 3 years old, by Yalens, out of Cambrae, by Ayrshire, out of View, by Martagon, out of Scene, by Springfield. SEYERA, a Bay. Filly, 3 years old (a win ner), by Yalens, out of Missovaja (dam of Wassilissa, winner of the Coronation Stakes, at Ascot, and second in the Oaks, and herself the winner of the Prince of Wales’ Nursery, Doneaster, and the In augural Handicap, Newbury), by Chester field, out of Diamond Agnes, by Hampton. No engagements. ARIUS, a Bay Colt, 4 years old (a winner), by Yalens,” out of Chatty (dam of Mus tapha, Whin Chat, &c.)’, by Raconteur, out of Amphora, by Amphion. No en gagements. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Tuesday, December 4th, MARES and FOALS, from the Morton Stud. MAKES. SANTARELLA (1906), a Brown Marc (bred in France– own sister to Storm, a good win ner in France and third to Spearmint in the Grand Prix), by Ermak (winner of the French Derby and £10,000), out of Stormy Petrel (sister to Wildfowler, her self a” winner and dam of Storm covered by Javelin– last service, June 16th, and be lieved to be in foal. No. 7 family. N.B.– Ermak won the French Derby and the International Grand Prix at Nice, winning 250.000 fr. He was placed second in the Liver pool Cup and the Derby Cup. His sire, Farfa- det, won the French St. Leger, was second in the French Derby, and third in the Grand Prix, winning 165.000 fr. APRILLE (1909), a Brown More (winner of over £1700 in stakes), by Chaucer, out of .Taponica. by Lord Lome, out of Primula, bv Roseberv. o”t of The Empress Maud (dam of Lady Rosebery, Knight of Thistle. &c covered by Sunstar– last ser vice, May 5th. AGNESI (1912), a Bay Mare, by Primer, out, of Hampton Agnes (dam of Grey Saint,Templecombe, Don Paez, and Remindful, and grandam of Spanish Prince), by Royal Hampton, out of Jolie Agnes, by Hermit, out of Belle Agnes (dam of Dame Agnes, Sir Reuben, and other good winners), by King Tom, out of Little Agnes (grandam of Bonny Jean winner of the Oaks– and own sister to Polly Agnes– dam of Lily Agnes Ormonde’s dam), by The Cure; covered by Sir Martin (not in the Stud Book) last service, March 10th. Her foal by Catmint is retained. SAPPHIRE (1907), a Bay Mare (bred in U.S.A.– not in the English Stud Book), by Star Ruby (by Hampton, out of Orna ment, the dam, of Sceptre), out of Cap and Bells (winner of the Oaks), by Domino, out of Ben my Chree, by Galopin; covered by St. Girons last service, April 10th. Foals, with engagements. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Glenesky, out of Spin ning-jenny (dam of Grey Spinner), by Kendal, out of Jennifer, by St. Serf (foaled April 7th). BAY COLT-FOAL, by The White Knight, out of Auretto (winner of nine races), by Pericles, out of Cherry Agnes, by Enthu siast, out of Ethel Agnes, by Bend Or out of Tiger Lily, by Macaroni (foaled April 17th). BROWN FILLY-FOAL, by Carancho, out of Aprille (see second lot) foaled April 26th. Can be seen at the Morton Stud. On Tuesday, December 4th, The property of Lord Ellesmere. BAY FILLY, 2 years old, by Sunbright, out of Intrusive, by Isinglass, out oi In quisitive (dam of three winners), by Hampton, out of None the Wiser, by Wisdom. Can be seen at St. Albans House Stables. Newmarket. On Tuesday’, December 4th, The property of Sir W. J. Tatem, Bart. IN TRAINING. DOUBLE DECK, a Chesnut Colt, 3 years old, by Bachelor’s Double, out of Nydian, by Martagon, out of St. Nydia, by St. Simon. ROMERO, a Brown Colt, 2 years old, by Santry, out of Bed of Roses, by Dog Rose, out of Light of the Harem, by Favo. Will stand at Green Lodge, Newmarket. MARES. AMALGAMATION (1902), a Bay Mare (win ner of four races, including Lancashire Nursery of 1000 sov.), by Marco, out of Amalgam (dam of Melange, winner of eight races value £3261), by Pell Mell, or Silver, out of Appendix, by Peter, out of Afterthought (dam of Postscript, winner of the Great Metropolitan, &c., and Con- ‘f vert, winner of £1052), by Ath”rstone; covered by Quantock last service, May 7th. LADY HARRIETT (1900), a Bay Mare (dam of Aviator, winner of the Irish Derby, Baldoyle Derby, and Downshire Stakes, and Lord Harry, winner of eight races and £1571) by Blairfinde (own brother to Galtee More, winner of the 2000gs., Derby, and St. Leger, and sold for £21,000), cat of Mareea (winner of five rapes), by Cherry Ripe (own brother to Enthusiast), out of The Widgeon (winner of seven races and dam of six winners), by Uncas, out of Nu, by Orpheus covered by William Rufus– last service, May 10th. KATUSHA (1903). a Bay Mare, by Donovan, out of Lady M., by Melanion, out of i.a Reine (dam of Yolodyovski, winner of the Derby, &o.), by Rosicrucian, out of Hue and Cry, by Wild Dayrcll covered by Bachelor’s Double– last service, April 4th. ROMPING PEGGY (1912), a Bay or Brown Mare, by Symington, out of Bouncing Bess (winner of six races), by St. Gris, out of Arriot (dam of Young Abercorn, &c.), by Sir Bevys, out of Ohiokweed, by Charibert; covered by Bachelor’s Double last service. May 7th. GLEN CLOVA (1907), a Chesnut Mare (a win ner), by Forfarshire, out of Miss Lettice (dam of Misfit, Amulet, &c.), by Amphion, out of Yetch (sister to Sierra (dam of Sundridge, &c.), by Springfield, out of Sanda (dam of Sainfoin, winner of Derby and sire of Rock Sand, winner of Derby), by Wenlock covered by Quantock last service, April 30th. AYLONA (1905), a Bay Mare (dam of Mirii- ton a. winner and half-sister to Cyllene More winner of the Babraham Plate tfnd six other races value £2544), by Isinglass (winner of the Derby and sire of Glass Doll and Cherry Lass, both winners, of flic Oaks), and of Santa Maura (winner of the Prince of Wales’ Stakes of 3000 sov., Good wood), by St. Simon, out of Palmflower (winner and dam of eight winners collec tively of over £25,000, including Musa– winner of the Oaks and dam of Mirska, winner of the Oaks and St. Florian sire of Ard Patrick, winner of the Derby), by The Palmer, out of Jenny Diver (dam of Jenny Howlet, winner of the Oaks), by Buccaneer covered by William Rufus last service, April 12tli. CHATTAN (1905), a Bay Mare (dam of Chat- by Henry the First winner of two races, including Novice Handicap of 360 sov., Sydney, and sister to Cateran Lad), by Ladas, out of Catriona (dam of six win ners collectively of over £5000, including Catscradle, winner of the Derby Gold Cup own sister to ‘Pressure, grandam of Prue, winner of the National Breeders’ Produce Stakes and £9492), by Bend Or, out of Bonny Jean (winner of the Oaks and dam of winners), by Macaroni, out of Bonnie Agnes (winner and dam of winners– gran dam of Yedas, winner of the 2000gs. and £8879, and Gemma, dam of Snrdanapalc, winner of the French Derby, Grand Prix de Paris, and over £40,000), by Blair Athol; covered by Galloping Simon last service, May 13th. _ APPAREL (1910), a Bay Mare, by Chaucer, out of Caparison (dam of Rochester), by Sir Yisto, out of Tinsel, by Bend Or: covered by Polymelus last service, April 2nd. GREY FLIER (1909), a Grey Mare (dam of First Flier– by Henry the First– winner of the Irish Derby, Spring Plate of 300 soy. at The Curragh^ and second in Baldoyle Derby this year, and half-sister to Ven turer, a winner), by Friary, out of Bird of March (a winner, and own sister to Killigrew, winner of over £2400, including the Northumberland Plate dam of win ners, including Venturer, Cam p Bird, and Royal Eagle, winner of the Tudor Plate, 1000 sov., Sandown), by Marcion (winner of Ascot Gold Cup), out of Fallow Cli-y (winner of over £1300), by Hagioscope, out of Stone Chat, by Adventurer; covered by Galloping Simon last service, April 3rd. KITTY MULDOON (1908), a Chesnut Mare (winner of five races), by Love Wisely, out of Scotch Brose (dam of Fnrthinghoe, Glengarry, Brossy Lass, Glenlivet, Cocky- leeky, and Potency, all winners), by shire, out of Sprny (dam of Finnart, &c.), by Springfield, out of Sunray (a good win-nor and dam of 11 winners), bv Kin of the Forest, out of Sunshine (winner of nine rnoes and dam of Napoli Park, Golden Light, Sunshade, Helicsce &c.l, by Thoraianby. cut of Sunbeam (win ner of St. Leger), by Chanticleer- covered by Sunder– last service, April -‘Oth Will stand a
t Mr. II. Day’s Stables, near the Sale Paddocks, and the Dallingham Iload Stud adjacent. On Tuesday, December 4th MARE and FOALS, the property of Mr It Ingledew and Mr. I). Cooper. YALK1R (1909), a Bay Mare, bv Eager out of St. Nnthalia (dam of winners), by ‘com mon, oat of St. Mary (dam of La Sayesse and other winners collectively of over £10.000), by Hermit, out of Adelaide (the grnndum of A da– lOOOgs.– the dam of Her self). by Young Melbourne: covered bv Diadumenos– lpst service, March 29th BA1L foal)’ by William the Third, out of Yalkyr (foaled February 24th). J BAY or BROWN FILLY-FOAL, by Radium out of St. Nnthalia (sec first lot)-foaled January 30th. FOALS, the property of Mr. D. Cooner CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Prince Palatine out of Eager Agnes (winner of races), by Eager, out of Cousin Agnes (winner of races and dam of many winners), by Fitz- James, out of Sister Agnes (dam of many winners), by Trappist, out of Evelyn Ae-nes by Knight of the Garter, out of Piercv (grandam of L’Abbesse de Jouarre) bv Atherstone (foaled February 2Stli) BAY FIL^-FOAL, by Light Brigade, out of^ Mint a (dinner and dam of winners) by Minting, out of Dolly Agnes (dam of many winners and great-grandam of Senseless), by Castlereagh, out of Fair Agnes by “Voltigeur, out of Little Agnes (sister to Polly Agnes, grandam of Ormonde), by The Cure (foaled March 21st). Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Tuesday, December 4th. From Aislabie Stud, Stetcliworth, Newmarket. MARES. ANATTO (1908), a Chesnut Mare (a winner) by Mauvezin, out of Right Bitter (dam of winners), by Right-awav, out of Mara (dam of winners), by Doncaster, out of Clemence (grandam of Carbine), by New- minster; covered by Jackdaw– last service, March 1st. No. 2 family. ALMERIA BAY (1910), a Bay Mare (a winner), by Santry, out of Murgis (dam of My Collar, &c.), by Father Confessor, out of Almira (own sister to Milford), by Sara band, out of. Colleen Bawn II.; covered by Lonawand– last service, April 11th. No 3 family. INE TASTER (1908), a Bay Mare (a winner and darn of a winner– her first foal) by Cupbearer, out of Latona II., by Amphion, out of Sandfly, by Isonomy. out of Sandi- way (a good winner), *by Doncaster; covered by Stornowav– last service, Feb ruary 27th. No. 2 family. MAUD PRIM POSE (1909), a Brown Mare (a winner, and dam of a Avinner in U.S.A. her first foal), by Mackintosh, out of Primula (dam of Japonica, &c.), by Rcsc- bery, out of The Empress Maud (dam of Lady Rosebery, Knight of the Thistle, Ac.), by Beauolerc; covered by Stornoway– last service, April lltli. No. 5 family. LAVANDA (1910), a Brown Mare (a winner), by Laveno, out of French Partridge (one of the best two-year-olds of her year), by Gallinule, out of Lutetia (winner of nearly £3000 in stakes) covered by Stornoway last service, May 23rd.’ No. 12 family. R- All the above mares had foals this year, all are believed to be in foal again. FOALS. BAY FILLY, by Lonawand, cut of Almeria Bay (see second lot) foaled April 2nd. BAY FILLY, hy Jackdaw, out of Kate Angelo (a winner and dam of winners), by St. Angelo, out of Katlierine Parr, by Paradox, out of Queen Katlierine, by King Tom (foaled February 14th). No. 5 family. BAY COLT, by Sunbriglit, out of Maud Prim rose (see 5th lot) foaled March 10th. BAY COLT, by King’s Proctor, out of Wine Taster (see 4th lot) foaled February 16th. BAY COLT, by King’s Proctor, out of Royal Applause (winner and dam of winners), by Royal 11a npton, out of Claque (dam of Fugleman, Acclaim, &c.), by Marden, out of Applause II. (dam of many good win ners), by Balfe (foaled March 21st). No. 8 family. BROWN FILLY, by Stornoway, out of Lavanda (see 6tli lot) foaled April 22nd. CHESNUT COLT, by Plialcron, out of Spicy Bit (a winner), by Wavelet’s Pride, out of Spice Box II., by Pepper and Salt, out of Celia, by Statesman (foaled May 21st). No. 5 family. Can be seen at Aislabie Stud, Stetcliworth, New market. On Tuesday, December 4th, MARES and FOALS, the property of Mr. T. McMalion. CATHERINE (1907), a Bay Mare (winner of five races, two on the flat and three over hurdles, and £587), by Volodyovski (sire of Dansellon’s dam), out of Beauty’s Daughter (sister to Rockdove, and dam of Brummel won eight races, £1197 Lady Daisy Cutter won 10 races on the flat and under National Hunt Rules Sikh, and Beau also sire of winners), by Gallinule, out of The Sleeping Beauty (winner of five races dam of Rockdove winner of the Cesarewitoh Portmarnock winner of £3361 Rylstone. and Ardmore, the dam of Arda), by Ben Battle, out of The Beauty (winner of races, and dam of Whisper Lew and eight other winners), by Macaroni, out of Claret Cup (winner of 17 races and dam of nine winners), by Claret, out of Grama- cliree (sister to Birdcatclier) covered by Sunningdale. and due to foal, March 14th. N.B. Sunningdale, a good winner and brother to The Story, winner of £4443, is by Sundridge, out of Sweet Story (dam also of Chestnut and Blue Stone) Sunningdnle’s first progeny are now yearlings and most promising. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Minter (by St. Frusquin, out of Spearmint’s dam), out of Catherine (foaled March 7th). SIMON TIT (1910), a Bay Mare (winner of three races up to two miles and second six times), by Simon Square, out of Tit for Tat (winner of three races, and dam of three winners, Reprisnl, Fair and Square, and Simon Tit), by Rightaway. out of Tati (winner of races, and dam of six winners on the flat and under National Hunt Rules, including Seaton Delaval, who won £1275), by Spahi (by Ben Battle), out of Philandra (dam of winners), by Pliil- ammon, out of Orange Blossom (winner under National Hunt Rules, and dam of seven winners under both Rules, including Newcourt, who won eight races value £3483. including the Northumberland Plate, two miles, twice), by Honiton (by Stock well)covcrod tv Sunningdale, and due to foul, March 30th. -uROW’N FILLY-FOAL, by Minter (half-brother to Spearmint), out of Simon Tit (foaled AP1 -Ott). NewmarkeTd th° WMte Hart Hotcl Stables, Win, Tuesday, December 4th, the nL,a’ .tenrtl”<-‘raents. the option of de Fontarce?1” pr0pert-V of thc Vicorato G- ABw?’ ,a Gr.ey Colt’ 2 -vears old. bv Roi Herode, out of Alphabet, by Galopin, or F liars Balsam, out of Svmbol, by Rosi- crucian. J Will Stand at Park Paddocks. Tl,„ f„n 0,1 ?,”.e£day’ December 4th, of thp^p’V*- i ail(* FOALS, the property annually 1 Stud’ WlUitoft. which sells MI-CAREME 11 (1908), a Bay Mare, by Des- nond, cut of Carim (dam of two winners), J Bend Or, out of Cambushinnie (winner or eight races and dam of winners), by Hampton, out of Rudstone (dam of winners °r cICr and half-sister to the dam ri i? Simon), by Tibthorpe; covered by Golden Sun– due to foal, February 3rd, and believed to be in foal. GLENBLOOM 22 (1909), a Bay Mare (a win ner and dam of Bayardo filly, fourth to J andion at Newmarket this vear), out of V ellavista (winner of nearly £2500), by Cyi- lene, out of Emotion (winner of over £4C00 in stakes and dam of winners), by Nun- tliorpe, out of Emita (dam of winners of over £10,000, also own sister to Podagra, dam of Patience, winner of German Derby), by Galopin, out of Burgundy (own sister to Gay Hermit), by Hermit, out of Doll 3earsheet (dam of Merry Hampton (winner of the Derby) covered by Golden Sun due to foal, February 12th, and believed to be in foal. N.B.– Golden Sun, by Sundridge, out of Golden Lassie, by Pioneer (half-brother to Gallinule). MARQUETTA 15 (1907), a Brown Mare (a winner), by Marco (sire of Neil Gow), out of Santa Nomis (dam of three winners, abd of Mil-field, dam of West Riding, &o.), by St. Simon, out of Cissy (winner of £1500, and dam of Wakeful, dam of St. Aldegonde, winner of over £1000, and dam of Fallen Angel, winner of about £1650– also Santa, a winner and dam of winners), by Strathconan (by Newminster) covered by Amadis (sire of Bosket, &c.)– due to foal, April 22nd, and believed to be in foal. VOLYMELIA 3 (1911), a Brown Mare (half- sister to My Ronald), by Yolodyovski, out of Amelia (winner of over £700* in stakes, and dam of My Ronald, &c.), by Amphion, out of Ophelia (winner of four races and placed six times), by Uncas covered by Amadis (sire of Bosket,
&c.) due to foal, February 22nd, and believed to be in foal. N.B.– Dansellon is out of a Yolodyovski mare. IRONICAL 14 (1901), a Chesnut Mare (dam of four winners, including Isinboy, winner of over £1500 abroad, and Fitzwilliam, win ner at Newmarket this year), by Orme, out of Satirical (dam of good winners, in cluding Rabelais, winner of over £10,000 and a leading sire in France), by Satiety, out of Chaff (dam of winners), by Wild Oats, out of Celerrima (winner of races and dam of Fast and Loose, winner of about £3000), by Stockwell covered by King’s Proctor– due to foal, February 12th, and believed to be in foal. BLUE MATCH 13 (1915), a Bay Mare (never trained owing to the War), by Matchmaker”, out of Bas Bleu (winner of £900), by Grey Leg, out of Cordon Bleu (winner of races), by Common, out of The Copper Queen (dam of four winners, and tracing back to Victoria Alexandra, own sister to Albert Yictor, Louise Victoria, George Frederick, and Albert Edward, winners collectively of many thousands) covered by King’s Proc tor due to foal, March 27tli, and believed to be in foal. BAY COLT-FOAL, by King’s Proctor, out of Glenblooin (see second lot) foaled March 5th. GREY FILLY-FOAL, by King’s Proctor, out of Jane Grey, by Just Cause, out of Grey- stoke, by Grey Leg, out of Lowood (win ner of Coronation Stakes), by St. Serf, out of Rydal, by Bend Or, out of Windermere, bv Macaroni (foaled May 5th). N.B. –Just Cause is by Best Man, out of Fare well (winner of the 1000gs.). Will stand at Mr. W. H. Manser’s, Cadland House, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The property of a Gentleman. MY RONALD, a Brown Horse, 5 yenrs old, by Dark Ronald, out of Amelia, by Am phion, out of Ophelia, by Uncas, out of Gertrude, by Parmesan. For performances see Racing Calendar. Will stand at Freemason Lodge, Newmarket. On Tuesday, December 4th, The following HORSES IN TRAINING, the property of Mr. A. Mortimer Singer. DRESDEN (1914), a Bay Colt, by Santoi, out of Betsy Jane, by Sainfoin, out of Mary Theresa, by Orme, out of Ncncmoosha (grandam of Corcyra and Benevente), by Hagioscope, out of Wenonah, by Galopin, out of Esa, by Uncas. The winner, as a two-year-old, of the Kennet Stakes, New bury, beating Knutsford. As ft three-year- old lie ran third in the Irish Derby. NEGLIGEE (1915), a Chesnut Filly (No. 2 family), by Santoi, out of Misfit (winner of four races), by Collar, out of Miss Let- tice (winner of four races and dam of Vmulet, a winner, Risus, winner of three races in England, and also in Belgium, &c.), by Amphion, out of Vetch (winner of four races, and dam of Ampelion, win ner of four races, St. Vitus, winner of four races, &c.), by Springfield, out of Sanda (dam of Sainfoin, winner of the Derby, Black Sand, winner of the Cesarc- witch Jockey Club Cup, and seven other races’ and Golden Garter, winner of many races), by Wenlock, out of Sandal (winner of nine races, and dam of Carmelite, win ner of six races, Footstep, Quickstep, both winners of races), by Stockwell, out of Ladv Evelyn (winner of the Oaks), by Don John, out of Industry (winner of the Oaks), bv Priam. Will ‘stand at Fitzroy House Stables, New- Thekefollowinp TWO FILLIES were bought at Mr Musker’s Second July Sale this j’ear, with the’ intention of being run before the end of the season. This could not, however, be done. ETTA BLAIR (1915), a Chesnut Filly, by William Rufus, out of Lady Harriett (dam of Vviator, winner of the Irish Derby, Boldovle Derby, and Downshire Stakes, nnd Lord Harry, winner of eight rnces value £1571), by Blairflnde (own brother to Galtee More, winner of the 2000gs., Derby, and St. Leger, and sold for £21.000). nut of Mareen, by Cherry Ripe (ownbrother to Enthusiast), out of The Widgeon, by Uncas. LONG SIGHT (1915), a Chesnut Filly (half- sister to Fine Buck and I See, both good winners), by William Rufus, out of I Spy (dam of Fine Buck and 1 See), by Isin glass (winner of the Derby and sire of Cherry Lass and Glass Doll, both winners of the Oaks), out of Bit of Fun (dam of Comique and other winners), by Merry Hampton (winner of the Derby), out of Tingl-Tangl, by Doncaster (winner of the Derby), out of Tittle Tattle, by Buccaneer, Will stand at Mr. J. A. Dawson’s, St. Albans House, Newmarket. On Tuesday. December 4th. MARE, the property of Sir John Kolk. ESPARCETTE (1905), a Chesnut Mare, by Sainfoin, out of Lily of the Valley, by Mar- tagon, out of Hamptonia, by Hampton covered by Picton– last service, February 22nd, and* believed to be in foal. Will stand at Dir. Leader’s Paddocks, New market. On WEDNESDAY, December 5th, The property of Mr. James Buchanan. HROOD MARKS. CRIQUETTE (1011), a Brc/wn Mnre, by Robert le Diablo, out of Doremi (dam of Rondeau, Dorona, and Dormant), by Bend Or, out of Lady Emily, by Macaroni, out of May Queen, by Claret covered by Simon Square last service, May 19th. Her colt-foal bjT Black Jester is retained. N.B. This mnre was never trained owing to an accident. SPEEDY FOOT (1911), a Bay Mare (not in the Stud Book bred in U.S.A. a winner of races), by Voter, out of Swiftfoot, by St. Simon, out of Lady Reel, by Felloweraft. out of Mnnnie Gray, by Enquirer: covered by Amadis last service, May 28th. Her colt-foal by Rochester is retained. PERSONALTY (1900), a Bay Mnre (dam of Worldly, a winner of races), by Per simmon, out of Barbette, by Baroaldine, out of Rosebud, by Pero Gomez; oovered by Black Jester last service, April 30th. FAIRY STOltY (1903), a Brown Mnre (winner of races and dam of Bnllysheen and Fairy Dream), by Bill of Portland, out of Sweet Story (dam of The Story, Sunning dale, and Blue Stone), by Peppermint, out of Stourficld, by Distin covered by Tracery last service, June 11th. Will stand at Mr. W. E. Livock’s, March House, Newmarket. HORSKS IN TRAINING. ATHDARA (1914), a Black Colt (ran five times as two-year-old, always placed, won first time out, dead-hented with Molly Desmond in Autumn Stakes, beaten a head for Dewhurst Plate by Telephus, received 41b, North Star third, and ran third in the 2000gs. to Gay Crusader and Magpie), by Desmond, out of Lady Jess, by Ayr shire, out of Ardmore, by Gallinule, out of The Sleeping Beauty, by Ben Battle. LITTLEBURY (1912), a Chesnut Horse, by Littleton,’ out of Dame Warlaby, by War- laby, out of Lady of the Manor, by Ter- tius, out of Polpetti, by Macaroni. RIENZI (1915), a Bay Colt, by Roi Hdrode, out of Electra (winner of tho lUOOgs., and dam of Elkington, Elsdon, and Salaman- dra), by Eager, out of Sirenia (dam of Seylln, the dam of Junior– Siberia, Avin- ner of £9680 and dam of Snow Marten, Avinner of tho Oaks Moyglare, Cellini, winner of the National Produce Stakes of 5000 sov., Sandown Sou ra buy a, St. Cyr, and Tournament), by Gallinule. Can be seen at C’larehaven, Newmarket. On Wednesday, December 5th, The following MARES, the property of Admiral of the Fleet the Hon. Sir Iledworth Mcu.x, who sells annually. N.B. Lisma, the dam of the American crack three-year-old, Omar Khayyam, was sold from this Stud at. December Sales, 1911. CHESNUT MAltE (1913), by Ballot, out of Queen of the Heather (dam of Biter Bit), by Raeburn, out of Queen of the M int, by Peppermint, out of Queen of the Jsles, by Exrainstcr, out of Queen of the May, by King of Trumps, out of Lady Hawthorn (sister to Thormunby); covered by Mush room–last service, May 12th, and believed to be in foal. No. h family. N.B.- Ballot (by Voter, by Friar’s Balsam, by Hermit), winner of £27,178, and sire of many winners in America. HEHORHILA (1913), a Chesnut Mare, by Roi Herode, out of Italia, by .Melton, out of Algol, by Atlantic (by Thormanby), out of Postage, by Orlando, out of Stamp (dam of Fitz Roland, Avinner of the 20U0gs.), by Emilius covered by Mushroom last ser vice, April 19th, and believed to be in foal. No. 1 family. HELVELLYN (1912), a Bay Marc, by Robert le Diable, out of Yada (dam of winners), by Volodyovski, out of Polynesia, by Bar oaldine, out of Polly Perkins, by Macaroni, out of Molly Carew, by Wild Dayrcll, out of Alma, by Flalcatcher covered by Roi Herode– last service, April 13th, and be lieved to be in foal. No. h family. HIMALAYAN LILY (1909), a Bay Mare, by Volodyovski, out of Deje
uner, by St. Frus quin, out of Breakfast, by Kisber, out of Fasting Girl, by Broomiclaw, out of Abstinence, by Newcastle, out of Penance, by The Flying Dutchman, out of Rosary, by Touchstone, out of Crucifix covered by Sir Martin (not in tho Stud Book)– last service, May 22nd. No. 2 family. N.B. This mare has a bay filly-foal by Tho Tetrarch, which is retained, and a broAvn yearling filly by .Mushroom in training. Will stand at Mr. Green’s Stables, Park Lodge, Newmarket. On Wednesday, December 5th, MARES, the property of Mr. James Russel. POPAWAY (1013), a Bay Mare (not raced– half sister to Bellnvistn, winner of £2420, and dam of several winners), by Fowling- piece 1 (son of Carbine, and sire of Coq d’Or and other winners), out of Emotion 22 (winner of over £4000 in stakes, and dam of several winners), including Bella- vista), by Nunthorpe 11. out of Emita (second to Hnut Brion in tho Breeders’ Foal Stakes of 1800 sov., nnd dam of Kil- cheran and His Lordship, good winners), by Galopin 3, out of Burgundy (a winner and full-sister to Gay Hermit and St. Olnve, the dam of Prince Baroaldine), by Hermit, out of Doll Tenrsheet (the dam of Gay Hermit and Merry Hampton, win ner of the Derby), by Broomiclaw; covered bv Cicero, and due to foal. February 24th. SNOWBERRY (1914), a Bay Mare (not raced), by Swynford 1 (winner of 25,000 in stakes, and sire in his first nnd second seasons of good winners), out of Snowflight 16 (winner of 12 races value £2400), by Cyl- lone 9 (winner of the Gold Cup at Ascot, nnd sire of four winners of tho Derby), out of St. Donatts (not raced– dam of win ners), by St. Simon 11. out of Agnes Court (a winner nnd dam of Cortegnr, win-ner of four rhces value £2000 Merry Agnes dam of Pommern, winner of £14,641 in stakes, including the 2000gs., New Derby, and September Stakes), by Hampton 10, out of Orphan Agnes, by Speculum; covered b3′ Poor Boy due to foal, March 17th. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday, December 5th, Annual Sale of MARES and FOALS, from the Old Buckenham Hall Stud. From this small Stud have been sold in recent 3rears Costly Lady and her daughter Delilah II. (both winners and dams of good Avinners abroad), Rose of Ayrshire (dam of Scion, Easter Rose, ltosmarin, and Sonning, all good winners), Killulagh (dam of Giant Killer), Carita (dam of St. Spasa, a good winner in England and Aus tralia), C’oo-ee (dam of Last Call, Bill and Coo, Cooya, Call o’ the Wild, all big winners), Bella- trix. Little Goose, and as foals, Call o’ the Wild, La Russe, Glenb3r, Rcine des Peclies, and Adora tion. JOIE DE YIYRE (1908), a Chesnut Mare (win ner of the Acorn Stakes, 1000 sov., beaten a head for Coventry Stakes, 1775 sov., Ascot; beaten a head for Great Lancashire Breeders’ Produce Stakes, 1600 sov. and dam of La Russe), by Gallinule, out of Melinda, b3r Melton (Avinner of the Derby), out of Fame, by Statesman, out of Queest, b3r Speculum, out of Solitude, by Blair Athol, out of Seclusion (Hermit’s dam) covered by Sunstar last service, February 25th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. La Russe (Joie do Yivre’s foal of 1915) was sold at December Sales that year for 600gs., and is a winner this year at New York Empire City of tAvo races for two-year-olds. PERFECT PEACH (1907), a Bay Mare (dam of Reine des Peclies), by Persimmon (Avin ner of the Derb3′, sire of Prince Palatine, Sceptre, Ac.), out of Fascination (Avinner of tho Coronation Stakes of 3000 sov., Ascot, second in 1000gs., and dam of Golden Gleam, a good Avinner,” and of Farman, Avinner of tho Fulbourne Stakes, Noav- markot, and Prince of Wales’ Stakes, Good- Avood), by Royal Hamilton, out of Charm (winner of £1100, and dam of many good winners, and grandam of Teppo, the dam of Thrice, the best two-year-old in Aus tralia last season), by St. Simon, out of Tact (dam of Amiable, winner of the lOOOgs. and Oaks, nnd own sister to Gravity, dam of William the Third), by Wisdom, out of Enigma, by The Rake; covered by Sunstar– last service, March 7th, nnd believed to be in foal. N.B. Gap ti vat ion, a most successful sire, is out of Charm. Beppo, sire of Gay Laura (dam of Gay Crusader, winner of. the Derb3f, 1917), is out of Pitti, a daughter of Florence (oavii sister to Tact). Perfect Peach has a yearling by The Tetrarch in training; Rcine des Pfiches, her tAvo- year-old, was sold ns a foal, December Sales, 1915, for 530gs. DECAGONE (1911), a Chesnut Mnre (Avinner of Brooklesby Stakes of 733 sov., third in Hyde Park Plato with 71b. penalty, and fourth in Acorn Stakes, giving 101b. to Princess Dorrie and Mira), by Martagon (Avinner of £1338 and sire of Avinners of 318 races value £99,905, including Wool Winder St. Leger– and Musn– Oaks), out of Desca (winner of many races), by Des mond (Avinner of £3921, and sire of Avin ners of 354 races value £136,188), out of High Feather (U.S.A. dam of China Cook, Avinner of four Liverpool Cups, and three other Avinners), by Henry of Navarre, out of High Tea (dam of five Avinners), by Rayon d’Or, out of Ella T. (dam of seven winners), by War Dance, out of Bonnie Kate (dam of nine Avinners), by Knight of St. George; covered b3′ The Tetrarch– last service, March 22nd, nnd believed to bo in foal. N.B.– High Tea, Ella T., Bonnie Kate, nre dams of winners oollcotively in U.S.A. of 114.000 dols. BILL AND COO (1909), a BroAvn Mnre (Avinner of Prince of Wnles’ Nursery, Donoastcr, of 1000 sov., and Rous Memorial Stakes, Avith 71b. penalty, of 800 sov. placed ns a thrce- yeor-old third in the Oaks and Ascot Gold Cup), by William the Third, out of Coo-ce (n good winner, nnd dam of Lnst Call, Call o’ the Wild, and Cooya, all good Avin ners), by Trenton (sire of Avinners of over £100,000, and of Rosaline, the dam of Rose- drop, winner of the Oaks and dam of Gainsborough), out of Lady Sterling (dnni of seven Avinners, including Quccngold, dam of six Avinners, and grandam of Wallace Isinglass, Avinner of the Rosehill Guineas and second in the S3’dney Derby, 1915), by Silver, out of Zorila (a winner), by Nune- ham, out of Guadaloupe (dam of four win ners nnd half-sister to Surinam– Avinner of tho Middle Park Plate, 3270 sov. and to Martinique, Avinner of Coronation Stakes and six other races, and third in the Onks), by Ncptunus covered bv The Tctrnrcli last service, May 22nd, and believed to be in foal. N.B. –Bill nnd Coo’s first produce, a filly by Polyinclus, was sold to go to Australia. Her second produce (Adoration), a filly by Noil Goav, was sold at December Sales. 1915, to go to America, and has run well. Her third produce, viz.. filly-foal by The Tetrarch, is retained. GLAMOURIE (1909), a Bay Mare (dam of Olenbay), by The Victory (Avinner of over £10.000, including the Melbourne Cup, 5000 sov.. 2 miles), out of Wondouree (win ner of the Autumn Breeders’ Foal Stakes, 1000 sov., Manchester, and dam of Oramu), by Ayrshire (winner of the Derby), out of Weir (dam of The Whirlpool, winner of TatteVsall Sale Stakes of 700 sov., Notting ham Hnndicap of 500 sov., and the Duke of Cambridge Handicap of 1000 sov., Chute, a good winner, and Sluice, dam of Deluge, Radway, and Double Ditch, all good Avin ners), bv Galopin (winner of the Derby), out of Dee (a good Avinner, and dam of four winners, including Pindi, dam of nine winners), by Blnir Athol (winner of the Derby nnd St Leger); out of Kate Dayrell (dam of five winners), by Wild Dayrell (winner of the Derby), out of Kntc (winner of the 1000gs.), by Aukland; covered b3* Greenback– last service, May 25th, and be lieved to be in foal. N.B. The Victory has tAvo crosses of Fisher man. was a stout racehorse, met Avith a fatal accident after three years at the stud, but sired with very limited chances 16 Avinners of rnces of a total value of £10,740. With feAv exceptions nearly nil his produce Avore winners. Delilah II. (a winner and dam of a good winner abroad), one of his first produce, Avns sold to The Grnditz Stud for 2500gs. Grecnbnck, lv St. Frusquin, out of Evergreen, by Bend Or, won 12 rnces value €9871, aviis second, beaten n neck by Lcmberg, in the Derby, and is the sire of The Yerdercr and Greenroom in his first season. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Prince Palatine, out o
f Glamourie (seo preceding lot) foaled Februnry 16th. N.B.– Glenbay, by Bayardo, out of Glamourie, Avns sold as a foal, December Sales, 1915, for 420gs. IBAY COLT-FOAL, by Sunstar, out of Joie do Yivre, by Onllinulc (see first lot) foaled January 30th. BAY COLT-FOAL (first foal), by Maiden Kr- legh (winner of £6265 in stakes, including1 City and Suburban Handicap, and second to Tracery in the St. Lcger), out of Sweet Palm, by William Bufus (by Melton, out of Simena), out of Palm Leaf (own sister to Mozagan and Mondnmin, winners of over £5(!0) by Mnrtagon, out of Maize ‘/winner of the Nassau Stakes, Goodwood, and dam of winners of over £8000, includ ing Veronese), by Hampton, out of Palm- flower (dam of St. Florian and Musa, win ner of the Oaks and’ dam of Mirska, win ner of the Oaks), bv The Palmer (foaled April 24th). N.B.– Maiden Erlegh, by Polymelus, out of Plum Tart, bv Persimmon. CHESNUT* COLT-FOAL, by Prince Palatine, out of Deoagono, by Mnrtagon (see third lot) foaled March 13th. N.B;– Prince Palatine (winner of stakes value £38,364, including the St. Lcger, Ascot Gold Cup 2J miles 1912-13, Donoaster Cup, Eclipse Stakes, and Jockey Club Stakes), by Per simmon. out of Lady Lightfoot, by Isinglass, out of Glare (dam of Flair, Lesbia, Vivid, Ac by Ayrshire, out of Footlight, by Cremorne, out of Paraffin, bv Blair Athol. GREY COLT-FOAL, by Tho Tetrarch, out of Perfect Peach, by Persimmon (see second! lot)– foaled February 23rd. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday, December 5th, MARES and FILLIES from the Stanley Houso Stud, sold to make room. Without reserve, with the exception of the two mares covered by Swyn- ford, on ouch of which there is a reserve of 1 A LTOAR (1901), a Chesnut Mare (dam of Hair Trigger II., winner of nine races and £6780, and of The Jpylt, winner of the Northumberland Plate, Ac.), by Persimmon, out of Alt Mark (winner of five races and third in the 1000gs.), by Maroion, out of Altiora (winner of six races and dam of many winners), by Glendale; covered by Swynford last service, April 30th, and be lieved to be in foul. N.B.- There is a reserve of lOOOgs. on this mare. PALLADIA (1903), a Chesnut Mare, by Isling ton (brother to Isinglass), out of Palotta (dam of Lady Americus, Americus Girl, Trepida, and other good winners), by Gallinule, out of Maid of Kilcreene (dam of many winners), by Arbitrator; covered by Stedfast– last service, May 26th, and be lieved to be in foal. PILGRIM’S WAY (1905), a Chesnut Mare (dam of Va Via, a good winner), by St. Frusquin, out of Canterbury Pilgrim (winner of the Oaks, and dam of Swynford, Chaucer, Ac.), by Tristan, out of Pilgrimage (winner of the 20U0gs. and 1000gs., and dam of many good winners), by The Earl, or The Palmer, out of Lady Audley, by Macaroni; covered by Valens– last service, June 5th, and believed to be in foal. DOROTHEA (1909), a Chesnut Mare, by Wil liam the Third, out of Glasalt (dam of Canvon, winner of the lOOOgs., also of King William. Queen’s Journal, Glacier, Ac.), by Isinglass, out of Broad Corrie (a good win ner and dam of winners), by Hampton, out of Corrie Roy, by Galopin covered by Stedfast– last service, April 25th, and be lieved to be in foul. SPEAN BRIDGE (1910), a Bay Mare (a win ner and own sister to llasta), by Spear mint. out of Santa Brigida (winner of nearlv £5000. and dam of Bridge of Canny, winner of nearly £15, 000, Bridge of Earn, Ac.), bv St. Simon, out of Bridget (dam of many winners and own sister to Mel ton), bv Master Kildare; covered by Swyn ford– last service, April 9th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. There is a reserve of 1000g<. on this mare. VA YIA (1913), a Chesnut Filly (winner of the Ditch Mile Welter Handicap, New market,’ value 946 sow), by Cicero, out of Pilgrim’s Way, by St. Frusquin, out of Canterbury Pilgrim (winner of the Oaks, and dam of Swynford. Chancer, AcJ, by Tristan, out of Pilgrimage (winner of the SOOOgs. and lOOOgs., and dam of many good winners t, by The Earl, or The Palmer, out of Lariv Audlev, bv Macaroni; not covered. BRIDGEHEAD 1914). a Brown Filly, by Pieton. our of Brig of Ayr (winner of the Mersey Stakes, Liverpool, Ac., and dam of Crosstree). by Ayrshire, out of Santa Brigida (dam* of Bridge of Canny, Bridge of Earn, Hasta, Ae.), by St. Simon, out of Bridget (own sister to Melton), by Master Kildare. not covered. N.B This young mare has been turned out since the autumn of 1916. CLAIR MAR VIS (1914). a Brown Filly, by Swyn ford. out of No van tie (winner of races), by Ayrshire, out of Alix, by Hagioscope, out of Grand Duchess, by Lozenge; not covered. N” B. This young mare has been turned out since the autumn of 1916. Can be seen at Stanley House Stud during the week previous to the sale. On Wednesday. December 5th, MARE, the property of Col. the Hon. A. Greville. PERDGNA 1 1906)*, a Bay or Brown Mare (bred by H.M. the late King Edward VII.), by Persimmon, out of Loch Doon. bv Bread Knife, out of The Doon, by Beauclcre. out of Bouvardia. by Hermit covered by Golden Sun (by Sundridge), and due to foal, April 6th. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday, December 5th. Without reserve, the property of C’aot. J. G. R. Homfray, who sells annually. V RAY 11912), a Bay Horse, by Symington, out of Glimmerglass. bv Isinelass, out of Gallinaria (winner of the Irish Derby and dam of Galvani, Ac.), by Gallinule. out of Pierina. by Morgan, out of Balornoek. by Galopin. out of Sonsie Queen, by Musket winner of manv races and likely to make a valuable stallion. LANDMARK (1914), a Bay Colt, by Land League, out of Bicarbonate (a winner and dam of Landslide), by Doubloon (son of Sterling), out of Madam Cnrwell (dam of three winners), by Fullerton. out jof Keroual (winner and dam of three win ners), bv Foxhall, out of Kermessc. by Cremorne”; winner of the Second October Nurserv. 1916. Can be seen at St. Gatien House. Newmarket. PUNTA GORDA i!915), a Bay Filly, by Land league, out of Locasta (dam of John Shark, Marlow, Fort Myers, Miss Keen, and Desolation, all winners), by Ayrshire, out of Eloquence, by Cremorne, out of Elo cution. by Lecturer, out of Ravioli, by Parmesan never ran. CAPE 1915). a Bay Filly, by Land League, out of Diamond, by Isinglass, out of Locasta (see preceding lot); never ran. BAY FILLY 11915), by John o* Gaunt, out of Kadine (winner of many raees), by Mar- tagon, out of Princess Ikbal (good win ner), by Wolf’s Crag, out of Sakkarah, by Pioneer* out of Amaranth; never ran.LA FOLIE (1915), a Bay Filly, by Land League, out of La Mie-nn Roy II. (bred in Franc?), by Prestige, out of Lorna II., by Kilwnrlin, out of Whitethroat (dam of Longford Lad, Blumcnaue, Ac.), by Chip pendale, out of White Heather (dam of Titterstone), by Dlair Athol; only run once. N.B. –These four Inst fillies were turned out of training when racing was suspended. Can be seen at Side Hill Stud, Newmarket. On Wednesday, December 5th, The following MARES and FOALS, the property of the Compton Stud (Annual Sale). LA GIOCONDA (1910), a Chesnut Mare, by Marco, out of Bilberry II., by Persimmon, out of Bridget, (own sister to Melton, and grandani of Bridge of Earn, Bridge of Canny, Ac.), by Master Kildare, out of Violet Melrose (a winner, and dam of Melton, winner of the Derby and St. Leger), by Scottish Chief, out of Violet (own sister to Feronia), by Thormanby, out of Woodbine, by Stockwell, out of Honey suckle (own sister to Newminster), by Touchstone covered by Marajax– due to foal, April 1st, and believed to be in foal. N.B. Marajax is the sire of Marmouset, winner of four raees in Frnnce this year. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Marajax, out of La Gio- conda (foaled April 19th). BOLD LADY (1910), a Chesnut Mare, by Mnr- covil, out of Lady Melton (ft winner and dam of Taveta), by Melton, out of Rigel, by Orion, out of Minera (a winner, and dam of Toddington and Bellatrix), by Her mit, or Galopin, out of Nydia (winner of many races, and half-sister to Queen Ade laide and St. Mary– dam of La Sagesse, winner of the Oaks), by Orest, out of Adelaide (dam of Peregrine, win ner of the 2000gs.), by Y. Melbourne, out of a mare (half-sister to Lady Masham, dam of Peter and Timothy), by Tcdding- ton, out of Maid of Masham,
by Don John, out of Miss Lydia (half-sister to Nutwith, winner of the St. Leger), by Belshazzar; covered by Fairy King– due to foal, Feb- runrv 28th, and believed to bo in foal. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Bold Ladv (foaled February 25th). WILD WINGS (1908), a Bay Mare, by Wild- fowler, out of Leueadia (a good winner and dam of Daoato), by Martagon, out of Santa Maura (a winner and own sister to Siphonia– Symington’s dam), by St. Simon, out of Puliullower (a good winner and dam of winners of over £27,000 in stakes, in cluding Musa, winner of the Oaks and dam of Mirskn, winner of the Oaks; also great- grandam of Buckwheat and Magic), by The Palmer, out of Jenny Diver (dam of Jenny Howlet, winner of the Oaks), by Buccaneer covered by Marajax due to foal, February 3rd, and believed to be in foal. COCOTTE (1910), a Chesnut Mare, .by Bache lor’s Button, out of Gaybird (dam of a winner abroad), by Gallinule, out of Samedi (dam of Half Holiday), by Louis XIII., out of Freia (dam of Thora, Tann- stickor, Freedom, Ac.), by Herjnit, out of Thursday (dam of Holy Friar, Rattener, Ac.), by Thormanby, out of Manganese (winner of the lOOOgs., and grandani of Kisber– winner of the Derby; of Wenlock, winner of the St. Leger and of Apology– winner of the lOOOgs., Oaks, and St. Leger), by Birdeateher covered by Marajax– due to foal, January 13th, and believed to be in foal. ARDOISIKRE (1910), a Chesnut Mare, by Lally, out of Beguilement (a winner and dam of Crafty Lassie, Ac.), by Juggler, out of Bonnie Queen (a winner and dam of Princess Alice), by Royal Hampton, out of Bonnie Rose (a winner, dam of win ners, and own sister to Bonnie Morn, Kil- cock’s dam), by Rosicrucian, out of Bonnie Katie (dam of Rose Window, and Rosy Morn– winner of £4000 in stakes), by King of Trumps, out of Basquine, by Orlando, out of Canezou (winner of the lOOOgs., and dam of Fazzoletto, winner of the 2000gs.), by Melbourne covered by Troutbeck– due to foal. April 16th, and believed to be in foal. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Ardoisiere (foaled April 18th). BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of Nettie, by Minstead, out of Brunette (dam of Braemar), by Bay Ronald, out of Lunettes (a winner and dam of Lupin), by Kilwarlin, out of Lorgnette (a good winner and dam of winners), by Speculum, out of Miss Middlewick (dam of Mrs. Butterwick– win ner of the Oaks), by Scottish Chief, out of Yiolet (own sister to Feronia), by Thor- manbv, out of Woodbine, bv Stockwell, out of Honeysuckle (own sister to Newminster, and Nuiinykirk, winner of the 20G0gs.), by Touchstone (foaled April 28th). YIORNE (1910), a Grey Mare (bred in France), bv Grev Plume, out of Bonny Flora (dam of Peach), by Florizel II., out of Bonny Rose (dam of Bonnie Queen, Ac., and own sister to Bonnie (Morn Kilcock’s dam), by Rosicrucian, out of Bonnie Katie (dam of Rosv Morn winner of £4000 in stakes and of Rose Window), by King of Trumps, out of Basquine. by Orlando, out of Canezou (winner of the “lOOOgs., and dam of Fazzo letto– winner of the 2000gs.), by Melbourne; covered by Troutbeck– due to foal, March 21t, and believed to be in foal. FLEUVE ROUGE (1910), a Bay Mare (half- sister to Rivershore– a winner of two races this season), by Bachelor’s Button, out of Yolga River, by Isinglass, out of Msin- churia (dam of Evacuation. Bitter Pill, Ac.), bv Orrae, out of Gantlet (dam of Duke of Westminster, Grey Plume, Ac.), b” Galopin, out of Hors de Combat, by Hamp ton, out of Repulse (winner of the lOOOgs.), bv Stockwell; covered by Marajax– due to foal, March 2nd, and believed to be in CHRYSANTHE (1910), a Chesnut Mare, by Marcovil, out of Cosette, by Cyllene, out of Penitent (dam of Ravensbury, Ac., gran- dam of Primer, and own sister to Shotover –winner of the 2060gs. and Derby), by Hermit, out of Stray Shot (own sister to Belphcebe winner of the lOOOgs.), by Toxo- pliilite, out of Yaga, by Stockwell, out of Mendicant (winner of the lOOOgs. and Oaks, and dam of Beadsman winner of the Derby), bv Touchstone: covered by The White Knight– due to foal, March 26th, and believed to be in foal. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Marajax, out of C’hrysanthe (foaled April 8th). Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday, December 5th, The following BLOOD STOCK, from the Worksop Manor Stud, the property of Sir John Robin son. MAKES AND FOALS. AnnnOSSIK (1913), a Boy Mare, by Forfar- shire, out of Ardrogena i half-sister to Arda, winner of over £5609, and third in the Oaks and Cesarewitch), by Florizel II.,oiit of Ardmorc (winner and dam of Riverina, Ladv Jess, Arda, Ac.), by Galli nule, out of The Sleeping Beauty (winner of five races and dam of Rockdove, winner of the Cesarewitch, Ac.), by Ben Battle, out of The Beauty (winner and dam of nine winners), by Macaroni; covered by Simon Square due to foal, April 13th. No. 11 family. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Javelin (by Spearmint out of Ardrossie (foaled April 12th). BELLE POULE (1900), a Black Mare (winner and dam of Nickv Nan and La Fiancee, winners), by Gallinule, out of Convent Belle (dam of Little Novice and half-sister to the dam of Kirkconnel, _ winner of the 2000gs. and £7120), by Xenpplion, out of Trieste (winner of eight races and dam of eight winners), by Plum Pudding: covered by St. Amant due to foal, April 17th. No. 5 family. BROWN FILLY-FOAL, by Darley Dale (son <f St. Simon and winner of the Eclipse Stakes, Ac. sire of the winners of over £50,000), out of Belle Poule (foaled April 16th). GUISE L (1901), a Bay Mare (dam of Victory, won Derby Handicap, Ao. Yanity Box, won 14 raees in England and India and Guiscard. won Sandown Stud Produce Stakes, 1066 sov., Ac.), by Cyllene, out of Jenny Geddes (dam of Esmeralda II., won nine races, £2336, and Littleton, winner of £2758, also sire of many winners), by Galopin, out of Braw Lass (winner of eight races, £3076, and dam of Galloping Lad, Winsome Charteris, Ac., by See Saw, out of Princess Louise Victoria (dam of Grand Duke and grandani of Elopement), by Her mit, out of Louise Victoria (winner of seven races and £3400, and sister to Albert Victor) covered by Royal Realm due to foal, March 9tli. No. 13 family. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Mercutio (by Forfar shire, winner of the Lincolnshire, Ac.), out of Guisel (foaled March 30tli). IRISH MAIDEN (1910), a Bay Mare (winner of raees), by Symington, out of Flushing (half-sister to Royal Flush, winner of £6983, including Royal Hunt and Stewards’ Cups), by Fortunio (by Isonomy), out of Flush i winner of races and dam of good winners), by Discount (by Sterling) covered by Javelin due to foal, April 24th. No. 27 family. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Darley Dale, out of Irish Maiden (foaled April 14th). DIABOLINA (1913)., a Brown Mare, by Robert le Diable (sire of Wrack), out of Simon- etta (sister to Curzola and dam of Poly- netta), by St. Simon, out of Javotte (dam of Gravelotte, won six races, Somerled, Curzola, and grandam of three winners of £6728 in Austria), by Wisdom out of Er- minie (dam of winners), by Zealot; covered by Spearmint (sire of The Currngli, Cat mint, Lance Chest, Ac.) due to foal, April 13th. No. 8 family. DONDURMA (1910), a Chesnut Marc, by Isin glass, out of Guisel (see 5th lot) covered by Simon Square due to foal, March 22nd. No. 13 family. Her colt-foal bv St. Amant is retained. LADY THERESA (1914), a Chesnut Mare, by St. Amant, out of Morgiann (dam of Lady Yee, winner, and sister to Lady Sevington, the dam of William the Fourth, Ac.), by Gallinule, out of Alice Morgan (winner and dam of Glenamoy won £2096 Lady Sevington, also dam of five winners, and Wise Morgan), by Morgan, out of Ben Alice (dam of winners on the flat and under National Hunt Rules), by Ben Battle; covered by Radium (sire of Clarissimus, Ac.) due to foal, April 30th. No. 24 family. MAID OF ARCADY (1914), a Bay Mare, by Lycaon (by Cyllene), out of Ardrogena (see first lot) covered by Rock Flint (by Rock Sand, and sire of Wall-Rock and Pyramid) due to foal, April 26th. No. 11 family. NUT BROWN MAID (1909), a Chesnut Mare (dam of Negola, a winner in Roumania), by Yeles (by Isinglass), out of Brown Maudlin, by St. Frusquin, out of Lady Sevington (see Lady Theresa, 11th lot); covered by Jave
lin due to foal, May 1st. No. 24 family. Her filly-foal by Prince Palatine is retained. NUTS IN MAY (1914), a Chesnut Mare, by Radium (sire of Clarissimus, Ac.), out of Nut Brown Maid (see preceding lot) covered by White Magic (by Sundridge, out of La Yierge, second in the St. Leger, Ac.) due to foal, April 19th. No. 24 family. PERSICARIA (1907), a Bay Mare, by Per simmon, o it of Courtly winner and dam of a winner), by Hampton, out of Little Lady (winner and sister to tlie dam of Goosander, winner of over £3000), by Rosi crucian, out of Dark Blue, by Oxford covered by Cicero due to foal, March 27th. No. 20 family. Her colt-foal by Radium is retained. SIMONETTA (1908), a Bay Mare (sister to Curzola and half-sister to Gravelotte, and dam of Polynetta, placed in 1915), by St. Simon, out of Javotte (see Diabolina, 9th lot) covered by Spearmint due to foal, April 22nd. No. 8 family. FOALS. BAY FILLY-FOAL (first produce), by Mer cutio (brother to Braxted), out of Gilt Brook, by Long Tom (son of Ladas, and sire of Clap Gate, Ac.), out of Weir (dam of winners of about £4000, including Chute, The Whirlpool, and Wendouree), by Galopin, out of Dee (winner of £2198, and dam of four winners, including Pindi, who l red nine winners), by Blair Athol (foaled May 2nd). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL (first produce), by Mercutio, out of Willeslia (second in a field of 19), by William the Third, out of Ayesha (dam of Oros, Ac.), by Ayrshire, out of Lily Rosebery (winner and dam of winners, including Lily, winner of the Danish Derby), by Crowberry, out of Last Link II. (dam of seven winners of 23 races, and sister to the dam of Lady Rosebery and The Knight of the Thistle), by Beauclerc (foaled April 17th). horses in training (no engagements) ARMLETEER, a Bay Colt, 3 years old, by John o’ Gaunt, out of Golden Hope (dam of England, Golden Prospect, Ac.), by Ayrshire, out of Golden Light, by Spring field, out of Sunshine (a great winner and dam of Helioseene, Bushey Park, and other winners), by Thormanby, out of Sunbeam (winner of the St. Leger), by Chanticleer. No. I family. SIR BALIN, a Brown Colt, 3 years old, by Bayardo, out of Slim Lady, by St. Simon, out of Laodamia (winner of tho Derby Cup, Doncaster Cup, Ac., and dnm of Slim Lad, Sympatica, Persistence, und Plinlimmon), by Kendal, out of Chrysalis (dam of many winners), by Lecturer, out of Winged Bee (dam of many winners), by Artillery, out of Queen Bee, by Hark- away. No. 16 family.STALLION. LONGBOAT (1908), a Chesnut Horse (winner of the Payne Stakes), by Persimmon, out of Blare (dam of Comedian, Ac.), by Herald (winner of 43 races), out of Chantress, by Avontcs. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday, December 5th, BLOOD STOCK, the property of the National Stud. HROOD MARKS. ORDER OF MERIT (1904), a Bay Mare (winner of the Yorkshire Oaks, Ac.), by Collar, out of Lady Eayleigh, by Hamp ton, out of St. Cypria, by St. Gatien. out of Macaria, by Macaroni, out of Feronia (dam of St. Serf), by Thormanby, covered by Jaeger last service, April 20th. BELLE ROYAL (1913), a Bay Mare, by Royal Realm, out of Belle Yale (winner of the Bretby Stakes and dam of Bellringer), by Isinglass, out of Meddlesome (sister to Meddler and dam of Challenger and The Gull), by St. Gatien, out of Busybody (win ner of the Oaks), by Petrarch, cut of Spin- away (winner of the Oaks) covered by Great Sport last service, Mav 3rd. PURPLE AND GOLD (1913), a Brown Mare, by Royal Realm, out of Dorothy Court (dam of Drayton Court), by Robert le Diable, out of Cherry Lass (winner of the 1000<rs., the Oaks, and other valuable races), by Isinglass, out of Black Cherry (dam also of Black Arrow and Cherry Lass), by Ben- digo, out of Black Duchess, by Galliard covered by White Eagle last service, April 25th. RICH AND RARE (1914), a Bay Mare, by Royal Realm, out of Fine Art, by Song- craft, out of Belle Yale, by Isinglass, out of Meddlesome (sister to Meddler and dam of Challenger and The Gull), by St. Gatien, out of Busybody (winner of the Oaks); by Petrarch, out of Spinaway (winner of the Oaks) covered by Great Sport– last service, April 21st. LIONELLA (1914), a Bay Filly, by Royal Realm, out of Bella ltoba (sister to Black Arrow), by Count Schomberg, out of Blac-k Cherry (dam also of Cherry Lass, Jean’s Folly, and other winners), by Bendigo, out of Black Duchess, by Galliard, out of Black Corrie, by Sterling. STALLIONS. RATTLEJACK (1909), a Bay Horse, by Count Schomberg, out of Sand Blast (dam of Royal Realm and Colonia), by Slieen, out of Sahara, by Galliard, out of Madge Wild fire, by Blair Athol. NIGHT HAWK (1910), a Brown Horse (winner of the St. Leger), by Gallinule, out of Jean’s Folly (winner of many races), by Ayrshire, out of Black Cherry (dam of Biack Arrow and Cherry Lass), by Ben digo, out of Black Duchess, by Galliard, out of Black Corrie, by Sterling. This horse is for sale because there are two other stallions by his sire, Gallinule (White Eagle and Great Sport), standing at the National Stud. Will stand at the Dullingham Road Stud (Major McCalmont’s). On Wednesday, December 5th, Without reserve, by order of the Administratrix of the Estate of the late Lieut. -Col. A. J. Fife, the whole of tlie MARES and FOALS from the Langton Hall Stud, with tlie exception of one mare retained by Mrs. Fife. NOVA SCOTIA (1913), a Chesnut Mare, by St. Frusquin, out of Novantm (a winner, dam of Single Trigger, and half-sister to Alicia, the dam of St. Begoe, Giant, and Lancaster Lady), by Ayrshire, out of Alix (dam of Rockbourne, El Pelado, &c.), by Hagioscope, out of Grand Duchess (dam of Merry Duchess, winner of the City and Suburban, and of Sweet Duchess, winner of the Don- caster Cup and second in the Oaks she is also great-grandam of Our Lassie, win ner of the Oaks, of Your Majesty, winner of the St. Leger, and of Oylgad), by Lozenge, out of Ladylike (dam of Rosebery), by Newminster covered by Bonarosa– dun to foal, March 20th, and believed to be in foal. N.B.– St. Frusquin mares have produced winners of £2149 in stakes in 1917. LADY GAUNT (1913), a Chesnut Mare, by John o’ Gaunt, out of Lady Melton (a winner and dam of Taveta, winner of the Spring Two yrs. old Stakes, Newmarket), by Mel ton, out of Rigel, by Orion, out of Minera (a winner and dam of Toddington and Bellatrix) by Hermit, or Galopin, out of Nydia (winner of jnany races and hali- sister to Queen Adelaide, second in the lOOOgs. and Oaks, and to St. Mary, dam of La Sagesse, winner of the Oaks), by Orest. out of Adelaide (dam of Peregrine, winner of the 2000gs.), by Y. Melbourne, out of a mare (half-sister to Lady Masham, the dam of Peter and Timothy), by Teddington, covered by Bonarosa due to foal, March 20th, and believed to be in foal. CERISE (1913), a Bay Marc, by St. Serf, out of Wild Gean (a winner and dam of a win ner in U.S.A.), by Sainfoin, out of Kentish Cherry (dam of Strickland, &o., and half- sister to Heliotrope), by Kendal, out of Cereza (winner of over £8000, including the Coronation Stakes), by Petrarch, out of Cherry (winner of over £5300, including the Grand Prize, Epsom), by Sterling; covered by Bonarosa due to foal, April 6th, and believed to be in foal. NOYANTiE (1905), a Chesnut Mare, by Ayr shire, out of Alix (see Nova Scotia, first lot) covered by Fairy King– due to foal. Slay 4th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. Ayrshire mares havo produced winners of £2408 in “stakes in 1917. WILD GEAN (1904), a Bay Mare, by Sainfoin, out of Kentish Cherry (see Cerise, 3rd lot) covered by Golden Sun– due to foal, April 9th, and believed to be in foal. N.B.– Sainfoin mares have produced winners of £3521 in stakes in 1917. BAY SI ARE (1914), by Dark Ronald, out or Lady Slelton (see Lady Gaunt, 2nd lot); covered by Troutbeck due to foal, April 15th, and believed to be in foal. PADILLA (1900), a Brown Mare (a wmne. and dam of Symposium, Yaila, and ‘ring- valla, winner of the Windsor Costle Stakes. Ascot, &c.), by Maohcatli, out of Padua (winner of many races and dam of win ners), by Uncus, or Tluirio, out of Immor telle (n winner and dnm of winners), by Paul Jones, out of Mulberry, by Beadsman, out of Strawberry, by The Flying Dutch man, out of British Queen, by Co
ronation, out of ft mare (dam of Rhedycina, winner of the Oaks, and of Governess, winner of the Oaks and lOOOgs.), by Laurel covered by Golden Sun due to foal, May 8tli, and believed to be in foal. FALLING STAR (1906), a Bay Mare (dam of Fatality), bv Right-away, out of Emotion (winner of nearly £6000. and dam of Bolla- vista, winner of £2426 in stakes), by ^lin’ thorpe, out of Emita (dam of winners of £10,000 in stakes), by Galopin, out of Bur gundy (ft winner of races and dnm of Romaneo and Janitzn, and grandani of Patience, winner of £23,000 in stakesabroad), by Hermit, out of Doll Tearsheet (dam of Merry Hampton, winner of the Derby), by Broomielaw covered by Golden Sun– last service, May 26th, and* believed not in foal. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Prince Palatine, out of Falling Star (foaled May 19th) POLLY PEA CHUM (1913). a Bay Mare, by Spearmint, out of Lindoiya (winner of the Rous Memorial Stakes, Goodwood), by Gallinule, out of Venus (winner of the Newmarket Triennial Stakes, Ac., and dam of three winners), by St. Simon, out of Ladv Lovcrule (darn of winners of over £30,000 in stakes, including St. Amant, winner of the Derby and 2COOgs.). by Mun- caster. out of Nellie (winner of £3500), by Hermit, out of Hippia (winner of the Oaks), by King Tom; covered by Golden Sun– due to foal, April 16tli, and believed to be in foal. BAY or BROWN COLT-FOAL, by Bonarosa, out of Polly Pea chum (foaled May 7th). LADY MELTON (1905), a Chesnut Mare (a winner, and dam of Taveta, winner of the Spring Two yrs. old Stakes at Newmarket), by Melton, out of Rig-el (see Lady Gaunt, second lot); covered by Golden Sun– due to foal, April 1st, and believed to be in foal. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Fairy King, out of Lady Melton (foaled February 18th). SAUCE YERTE (1907), a Chesnut Mare, by Galloping Lad, out of Minthe (winner of the lOOOgs., and own sister to The Lamb kin, winner of the St. Leger), by Camballo, out of Mint Sauce (dam of Minting), by Young Melbourne, out of Svcee, by Mars- yas, out of Rose of Kent (own sister to Silverhair, dam of Silvio, winner of the Derby and St. Leger), by Kingston, out of England’s Beauty (dam of The Rake),’ by Birdcatcher covered by Stedfast due to foal, March 21st, and believed: to be in foal. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Stedfast, out of Sauce Yerte (foaled March 16th). ROYAL MARRIAGE (1905), a Bay Mare, by Pietermaritzburg, out of Royal Maze (dam of Royal Flower and Royal Blue, both win ners of the German St. Leger), by Royal Hampton, out of Stirrup Cup (winner* of £2740), by Melton, out of Sterling Love (dam of Wedding Bell, Stirrup Cup, and Kissing Cup, Ac.), by See Saw, out of True Love, by Sterling, out of Carine (dam of Bruce, winner of the Grand Prix and own sister to Corric. dam of Corrie Roy, High land Chief, &c.), by Stockwell covered by The Tetrarch– due to foal, January 26th, and believed to be in foal. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Troutbeck, out of Royal Marriage (foaled February 15th). SAND FLOWER (1906), a Bay Mare, by Black Sand, out of Floraline (a winner and dam of Denmark, a good winner), by Florentine, out of Lady Alwyne (dam of Airs and Graces, winner of the Oaks, Ac., and dam of Jardy), by Camballo, out of Florence Aislabie. by Y. Melbourne covered by The White Knight clue to foal, May loth, and. believed to be in foal: GRACES (1908). a Bay Mare (half-sister to Collodion, winner of the Goodwocd Plate), by Duke of Westminster, out of Ether (dam of Great Peter and own sister to Airs and Graces, winner of the Oaks and dam of Jardy), by Ayrshire, out of Ladv Alwyne (dam of St. Alwyne, Ac:), by Camballo. out of Florence Aislabie (dam of Louise of J.orne, winner of 10 races– Studley, winner of the Great Northern Handicap and Lin coln Handicap and Gladstone, winner of the Manchester Cup), by Young Melbourne; covered by Holiday House due to foal, April 22nd, and believed to be in foal. L FLECHIERE (1908), a Brown Mare, by Jeddali. out of Tingewick (dam of winners), by Child wick, out of La Yeine (a winner and half-sister to John o’ Gaunt), by Morion, out of La Flechc (winner of the lOOOgs., Oaks, St. Leger, and Ascot Gold Cup, by St. Simon; covered by Golden Sun last service, May 17tli, and believed not to be in foal. N.P.– Jeddah mares have produced winners of £1464 in stakes in 1917. DARK DANCER (1913), a Bay Mare, by Dark- Ronald. out of Maud -Allan (a winner and dam of Matchless Maud, her first foal), by Lesterlin, out of Beauty Unadorned (dam of winners, including Poussin, winner of the Ascot Derby), by Astrologer, out of The Flirt (a winner and dam of win ners), by Uncas, out of The Beauty (a win ner and dam of nine winners), by Maca roni; covered by Troutbeck due to foal, January 23rd, and believed to be in foal. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Bonarosa. out of Dark Dancer (foaled February 13th). LADY KATE (1903), a Bay Mare (dam of Eufrosina, winner of the Newmarket Oaks, Park Hill Stakes, and Tattersall Sale Stakes), by Ladas, out of Catriona (dam of Catscradle. winner of over £2600. includ ing the Derby Gold Cup, and of Donna Caterina), by Bend Or, out of Bonny Jean (winner of the Oaks), by Macaroni, out of Bonnie Agnes, by Blair Athol. out of Little Agnes, by The Cure, out of Miss Agnes, by Birdcatcher covered by Golden Sun due to foal, March 20th, and believed to be in foal. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Stedfast, out of Lady Kate (foaled April 12th). FLUKE II. (1904), a Bay Mare (a winner -and dam of a winner), by Speed (sire of Arclo- city), out of Pyramid (dam. of Corinthian. Pisa, and other winners), by Peter, out of Immortelle (see Padilla. 7th lot) covered by Troutbeck due to foal, May 10th, and believed to be in foal. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Day Cornet, out of Fluke II. (foaled February 17th). ENA (1904), a Brown Mare, by Inn, out of Dorothv W.. by Love Wisely, out of Peni tent (dam of Ravcnsburv and Lorette, Ac.), by Hermit, out of Stray Shot (dam of Shotover, winner of the Derby and 2C00gs.. Ac.), b.v Toxophilite, out of Araga (dam of Belnhoebe, winner of the lOOOgs.), by Stock- well, out of Mendicant (winner of the lOOOgs. and the Oaks, and dam of Beadsman, winner of the Derby), by Touchstone; covered by Golden due to foal February 2nd, and believed to be in foal. _ BROWN COLT-FOAL, by Sunstar, out of- Ena (foaled February 20th). REN ATA (1906), a” Chesnut Marc (winner of eight races), by Lord Bobs, out of Future Oueen (dam of Mountain King, Ac), by Royal Hamptcn, out of Blushing Bride dam of Gainelius, Wedding Day, Ac A, by Rosiorucian, out of (tamos (winner of the O-ilcs), bv Sannte rer covered bv (.ohlen Sun-due to foal .March 27th, and believed to be in fool. f CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, bv Bonarosa, out ot Reiiata (foaled March 27th). CHESNUT FILLY -FOAL, by Bonarosa. out ot Denise. 1>v Ornie, out of Chase Ale (halt sister to Regret, Adieu. Ac by ‘1 uporley, out of Farewell (winner of the lOOOgs.), >y Doncaster, out of Lily Agnes (dam or Ormonde), by Macaroni (foaled Fcbrunr> 25th).H ESN I T FILLY-FOAL, by Day Comet, out of i nan away (dam of a winner), bv Right- away out of Chaffinch (dam of Foresight, raust, Aiglon, Newmarket, Ac.), bv St. e” out of Chaff (dam of Satirical and gran dam of Rabelais, winner of over £10,000 in stakes), by Wild Oats, out of Celerrima., ij Stockwell, out of Slander (winner of the New Stakes, Ac.), by Pantaloon, out of lasquinade (own sister to Touchstone), by Camel (foaled March 22nd). CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by King’s Proctor, out of Sweet Memory (winner of over £2000 in stakes), by Dinna Forget, out of Orseis, by St. Serf, out of Orsova (dam of St. Stefano), by Bend Or, out of Fenella (dam of Douranee, winner of £5632 in stakes, and grandam of Grey Leg), by Cambuscan, out of La Favorita (dam of Flageolet, winner of the Goodwood Cup), by Monarque foaled February 8th. FILLY (1915), by Rock Sand, out of Fluke II. (see Fluke II., 25th lot). Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday, December 5th, MARES, the property of Lord Londonderry. FLETE (1902), a Brown Mare, by St. Simon, out of Free, by Plebeian, out of a mare (sister to Freeman), by Kettledrum; covered by Corcyrn– last service, March 10th. MUTE (1905), a Bay Mare (dam of Submarine, winner of steeple chases), by Blairfinde, o
ut of Alum, by Hawkeye, out of Silence, by Wisdom; covered by Corcyra last service, May 12th. PERUSH (1907), a Chesnut Alarc, by Persim mon, out of Nushka (sister to Nenemoosha, Pear main’s dam), by Hagioscope, out of Wenonah, by Galopin, out of Esa, by Uncas: covered by Javelin last service, June 8th. I LOS FLORUAI (1907), a Chesnut Mare, by Florizel II., out of Wise Flower, by Wis dom, out of Sunflower, by Buckenham. out of Jessica, by Newminster; covered by Corcyra last service, April 3rd. MIZPAH (1908), a- Bay Mare (dam of D’Amade and sister to Hallaton), by Blankney (by Hermit), out of Mascotte, by Hagioscope, out of Malaga, by Ben Battle covered by Corcyra last service, April 23rd. Will stand at Park PatWkjcks. On AVednesday. December 5th, STALLION, to dissolve a partnership. ST. GIRONS (1908). a Brown “Horse (16.1), by St. Simon, out of Acunha, by Tristan, out of Polenta, by Coltness, out of Modena, by Parmesan. N.B. St. Girons won the Hopeful Stakes, Dee Stakes, Duchess of York Plate, Ac. With few chances, the only one of his stock to run, viz., Giroflee, is a winner. He served 16 mares laBt season, and has proved himself a good foal- getter. Can be seen at Ateddler Stud, Kennett, New market. On Wednesday, December 5tli, MARES and FOALS,* from Heath Lodge Stud, Newmarket, the property of Capt. E. D. Tanner. MARES. WINE- GAL (1909), a Bay Mare, by Gallinule (head of sires of winning brood mares, 1913 and 1911), out of Wine Bush (dam of Gull Catcher and Royal Barker), by Bushey Park (son of Hampton and half- brother to Napoli, dam of Neapolis, Oryieto, Laveno, Ac.), out of Bacchante (dam of Wilding, winner in Germany), by Sir Frederic (half-brother to Hermit), -out of Anticant (dam of Merrynule and Afcrrv Hackle, winners), by Merry Hampton (ha’f- brother to Gay Hermit), out of Antias, by Sterling, out of Lassie (dam of Ceinture Doree, .winner of eight races, Catherine Douglas dam of Ayre Laddie and Colleen Bawn II., winner and dam of Alilford, win ner of £9255), by Blair Athol, out of Cestus. by Newminster, out of Ayacanora (half-sister to King Tom and Stockwell), by Birdcatcher, out of Pocahontas covered by Call o’ the Wild (by Polymelus, out of Coo-ee) last service, March 23rd, and believed to be in foal. N.B.– Wine Gal is one of the few mares in England directly descended from Pocahontas in tail female. CHERRY HINTON (1912), a Chestnut Alare, by Sundridge (sire of Jest), out of School- book (dam of Princess Melton, winner of £3783, sold for 10,000gs.), by Wisdom, out of Satchel, by Galopin, out of Quiver (dam of Ar.aid Marian, Memoir, and La Fleche), bv Toxophilite covered by Call o’ the Wild (by Polymelus, out of Coo-ee)– last service, “April *20th, and believed to be in foal. FOALS. Most of the brothers and sisters of these foals have been sold to the United States, five of last year’s being sold there at an average of over 500gs. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Carancho, out of Look On (dam of Ballinacarrig, and own sister to Polar Star, sire of the winners of over £100,000 in Argentina), by Pioneer, out of Go On (winner of seven races and dam of Polar Star, winner of the Alan- chester Cup and £12,352, and sold to %o to Argentina for 18,000gs.– Sir Bold, winner of the Great Yorkshire Stakes of 1133 sov. –Battle Ground, six races, and Montreal), by Isosceles (by Isonomy), out of Spring- thorn (dam of Sligo, winner of £2730– Dunmdrgan, seven races. Springy, five races, Ac.), by Morgan (by Springfield), out of Maythorn, by Thuringian Prince, out of Fleur-d’Oranger (winner and dam of win ners. and half-sister to the dam of Ben Battle and Fair Alice, dam of Orbit), by Lord Clifden, out, of Sweet Hawthorn (half- sister to Thormanby), by Sweetmeat (foaled February 8th). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Carancho, out of Panne by Polymelus (winner of the Cam bridgeshire and £16,800, and sire of Maiden Erlegh, Corcyra, Ac.), out of Chiffon (dam of Burnous, winner of five races and £1387) bv Persimmon, out of Cassimere sister ‘to ‘Camlet herself winner of £1556 and dam of winners), by Camballo, out -of Cachmere (winner of six races and £1885, and dam of five winners, including Camlet, who won 13 races and £36/3), by Thor- manbv (foaled March 26th). CHFSNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Sunningdale (by Sundridge), out of Red Sea (half-sister to RovaJ Realm and Colonia), by Gallinule .champion brood mare sire in 1913 anrl Pill) out of Sand Blast (dam of Royal Realm winner of Alexandra Plate, New- Imrv Cup. and £6111, Colonia, winner of Giinerack Stakes and five races £461 H– at two veurs old, and Sand Boy, winner of the Chester Cut). Ascot Stakes, and £6836 i. by Sheen, out of Sahara (dam of four winners), by Galliard out ofMndS° VJild fire (winner of nearly £3000), by Blair thol “lit of Old Orange Girl (winner of £1900 dam of 10 winners, including Twine the Plaiden. winner of £5129) by Kingston, out of Mowerina (darn of West Australian, winner of the 2000gs., Derby.and St. Leger), by Touchstone (foaled April 7th). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Carancho, out of Sundrella (own sister to Sunbright, winner of £3187, and now at the stud), by Sun dridge (champion sire, 1911. and sire of Sunstar, winner of the 2000gs., Derby, Ac.), out of Ella Cordery (dam of Sun- bright, winner of £3187 in stakes, includ ing Two yrs. old Free Handicap at New- market, beating Winkipop and Spanish Prince, also won the Ditch Alile Nursery, beating Bronzino, Ac.), by Salisbury, out of Glenburnie (a winner), by Quicklime, out of Glcngowan (dam of Norah Sandys, winner of £1637 in stakes and dam of four winners, and Mabel Sandys, the dam of Sir Roger, win ner of North Derby), by Mask (third in Bend Or’s Derby), out of Glenholme, by Macaroni, out of Glengowrie (dam of Glenlyon, Monarch of the Glen, and High land Lassie), by Touchstone, out of Glen- cairne (sister to* Glencoe), by Sultan (foaled April 21st). CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Sunningdale (by Sundridge), out of Wine Gal, by Gallinule (head of sires of winning brood mares 1913 and 1911), out of Wine Bush (dam of Gull Catcher and Roy Barker), by Bushey Park (son of Hampton and half-brother to Napoli dam of Neapolis, Orvieto, Laveno, Ac.), out of Bacchante (dam of Wilding, winner in Germany), by Sir Frederic (foaled March 13th). BAY COLT-FOAL, by Carancho, out of Calan- dria (winner of Match of 500 sov. against Dolly A’arden, 5 furlongs, Alay Plate, New- market, and second, beaten a neck, to The Tetrarch in National Breeders’ Produce Stakes, 5000 sov.. Sandown Park), by St. Serf, out of Sprig of Heather, by Alac- heath, out of Panache, by Morion (foaled April 11th). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Carancho, out of Cherry Hinton, by Sundridge (sire of Jest), out of Schoolbnok (dam of Princess Melton, winner of £3783, sold for 10,000gs.), by Wisdom, out of Satchel, by Galopin, out of Quiver (dam of Maid Marian, Memoir, and La Flhche), by Toxophilite (foaled (April 9th). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Caranoho, out of Sun Kissed, by Sundridge, out of Fair Lassie (sister to the dam of Happy War rior), by Orme, out of Our Lassie (winner of the Oaks), by Ayrshire, out of Yours (dam of Your Majesty, winner of the St. Leger and £20,486), by Melton (foaled March 29th). Will stand at Heath Lodge, Newmarket. On Wednesday. December 5th, The following BROOD MARES and FOALS, the property of Air. A. F. Basset. SANTA CONTESSA (1907), a Brown Alare (winner of the Rookery Maiden Plate. San down, and dam of a winner), by Snntoi, out of Countess Buckingham, by Bucking ham (by Galopin), out of Zoraida, by Bel- grave (by Bend Or) covered by Prince Palantine, and due to foal April 28th. BLACK or BROWN COLT-FOAL, by Prince Palatine, out of Santa Contessa (foaled April 26th). STOLEN CUP (1908), a Bay Alare (winner of seven races), by Cupbearer (by Orme), out of Dead Certainty, by Laveno (by Bend Or), out of Uncertainty, by Speculation, out of Lady Jacob, by Uncas covered by Roseland (by William the Third), and due to foal April 22nd. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Roseland, out of Stolen Cup (foaled January 26th). LEUCADIA (1901), a Bay Alare (winner of races, including the Ham Stakes, Good wood, and the Newmarket Oaks, second in the lOOOgs., and clam of Dacato, a. good winner), by M
nrtagon, out of Santa Maura, by St. Simon, out of Palm flower, by The Palmer; covered by Sunstar, and duo to foal April 20th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Roi Hdrode, out of Leucadia (foaled April 3rd). KARENZA (1910), a Chesnut Mare (winner of the Maiden Plate, Hurst Park, 1912, Low- field Plate, Gatwick, Kempton Park Nursery Handicap of 1000 sov.. 1912, and second in the Cheveley Park Stakes, New market), by William the Third, out of Cassinia. by Carbine, out of Scene, by Springfield, out of Helioscene, by Hamp ton covered by Lembcrg, and due to foal April 24th. Also, CRAIGENDENNIE, a Bay Filly, 2 years old (own sister to Archiestown), by Sir Archi bald, out of Crnigellachie (winner of many races, and dam of winners), by Wolf’s Crag, out of Catchword, by Juggler, out of Thoughtless, by Hermit. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Wednesday. December 5th, Without reserve, HORSES IN TRAINING, with or without engagements, at the option of the purchaser, the property of Air. W. AL G. Singer. HURRY ALONG, n Chesnut Colt. 3 years old (a winner), by Pieton, out of Gallop-along (winner of several races and dam of Quad rille), by Galloping Lad, out of Highland Beauty, by Burnaby, out of Scotch Lassie, bv Canadian. PONS WORTHY, a Chesnut Colt, 2 years old, by Challacombe (winner of St. Leger and many other good races), out of Papavero (winner of Prince Edward Handicap, Man chester, and other races), by Alarco, out of Pnpola (winner of many races and da in of Prawle Point), by Tyrant, out of Poppy (dam of Pradella and other winners), by Peter, out of Glenrosa, by Blair Athol. FOXTOR, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Tor- point (sire of Hnmoaze, Eau Claire, Prawle Point, St. Eloi, and other winners), out of Flight of Ages (dam of winner and own sister to Skevening), by Chevening, out of Kylesku (dam of winners), by Hampton, out of Strathfleet (a good winner and dam of Cambusmore), by Scottish Chief. ykablino (unbroken). CHESNUT FILLY, by Sir Archibald, out of Drapa (bred in France, a winner), by Olympian, out of Afiss Eugenie by Orwell, out of Constantia, by Paradox, out of Amondell, by Scottish Chief, out of Paraffin, by Blair Athol (foaled April 28th). HHOOD MAKE. FLIGHT OF AGES (1907), a Chesnut Alare (own sister to Skevening, winner of five races). by Chevening (half-brother to William Rufus and Henry the First, and a grandson of Bend Or and St. Simon), out of Kylesku (dam of Galopin Lassie and other winners), by Hampton, out of Strath fleet (a good winner and dam of Cambus more), by Scottish Chief, out of Masquerade (grandam of Superba and Saraband), by Lambourne, out of Burlesque, by Touch stone covered by Sir Eager last service. June 1st. STALLIONS. FLORENTINE) (1909), a Bay Horse (winner of BiTTury Cup. Liverpool Plate, and otherraces), by St. Frusquin, out of Lily of the Yalley (dam of ltocksavage, A’alais, St. Eloi, and other winners), by Afartagon, out of Hamptonia, by Hampton, out of Feronia, by Thormanby, out of Woodbine, by Stock- well, out of Honeysuckle (sister to New minster), by Touchstone. YALAIS (1913), a Chesnut Horse (winner of Windsor Stakes, Newmarket), by Cicero, out of Lily of the Yalley (see preceding lot). Will stand at Fitzroy House Stables, New market. On Wednesday, December 5th, HORSES IN TRAINING, with or without engage ments, at the option of the purchaser, the property of Air. Fairie. TELEPHUS, a Bay Colt, 3 years old (winner of Dewhurst Plate and Suffolk Stakes), by Spearmint, out of Chere Reine (dam of Aleppo, winner of Jockey Club Cup twice Chester Cup, Ascot Gold Cup, and other good races, value of stakes won £8887), by Florizel II., out of Isoletta (dam of Galicia, the dam of Bayardo, Lemberg, Kwang-Su, and Silesia, the dam of My Dear), by Isonomy, out of Lady Mun- caster, by Muncaster. DEEP SEA, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Bayardo, out of Chaunt, by Chaucer, out of Bona Dea (dam of King Midas), by Afar tagon, out of Agave (dam of Galeottia, winner of the lOOOgs. and dam of Gay Laura, the dam of Gay Crusader), by Springfield. LEAION, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Lemberg, out of Moneta, by Spearmint, out of Jubilee (winner of Park Hill Stakes and other good races), bv Diamond Jubilee, out of Jeunesse Dorde (a winner), by Isinglass, out of La Croise Doree (a winner and dam of winners), by Bond Or. JESSIN, a Bay Filly, 2 years old, by Bayardo, out of Highness (winner of Derby Cup, Liverpool Autumn Cup, and Newmarket, Oaks), by Cyllene, out of Galleottia (winner of the lOOOgs. and dam of Gay Laura, the dam of Gay Crusader), by Galopin, out of Agave (dam of many winners), by Spring field. Will stand at Fitzroy House Stables, New market. On Wednesday, December 5th, Without reserve, HORSE IN TRAINING, with or without engagements, at the option of the pur chaser, the property of Mr. E. S. Freeland. BAA* COLT, 2 years old, by Myram, out of Alice Holt, by Rotherham (by Doncaster), out of Lady Margery, by Edward the Confessor (by Hermit), out of Lina, by Oulston (half-brother to Thormanby). Will stand at Fitzroy House Stables, New market. On Wednesday, December 5th, I Without reserve, HORSES IN TRAINING, with or without engagements, at the option rof the purchaser, the property of Air. AV. AI. Cazalet. CHECKMATE, a Bay Filly, 2 years old, by The White Knight, out of Felice, by Radium, or John o’ Gaunt (certainly John o’ Gaunt), out of Opera Dance (dam of Bill of the Play, Ben Davies, and other winners), by Alacheath, out of Polonaise (winner of many races, and dam of Devil’s Dance, Devilfish, Sweet Auburn, Gavotte, and The Devil to Pay), by Adventurer. GRAND DUKE, a Chesnut Colt, 2 years old, by Sunder, out of Persidora (bred in Italy), by Persimmon, out of Musidora (dam of Whitsbury, winner of 13 races), by Bend Or, out of Lonely (winner of the Oaks and six other races, and third in the St. Leger dam of Prisoner, Saintly, Ice- maiden, Planudes, and Lowly, winners of £12,576), by Hermit. RUMOUR, a Bay Filly, 2 years old, by Poly melus, out of Rum Gal, by Gallinule, out of Thrums (a winner), by Symington, out of Rosemount (a winner and dam of four winners of 12 races), by Orvieto, out t ltosc Bower (winner of 14 races), by Retreat. YKABLIN’G. BAY COLT, by Sir Archibald, out of Bellunda, by Sundridge, out of Birdswing, by Flying Fox, out of Game Chick (winner of National Breeders’ Produce Stakes and six other races, total value nearly £10,000, and dam of Silver Heeled, winner of Moulton and Atalanta Stakes), by Gallinule, out of Tierce (duni of winners), by Barcaldine (foaled April 15th). Will stand at Fitzroy House Stables, Newmarket On Wednesday, December 5th, HORSE IN TRAINING, with or without engage- inents, at the option of the purchaser, the property of .Mr. J. B. Thorneycroft. CAIHNGILLAN, a Chesnut Colt, 3 years old, by Afarcovil, out of Demurrage, by Cyl lene, out of Hamiltrude (a winner and dam of a winner), by Hampton, out of Fortuna (dam of St. Nicholas and Dunlop), by Scottish Chief, out of Chance, by Thunder bolt. Will stund at Fitzroy House Stables, New market. On Wednesday, December 5th, STALLION, the property of the Earl of Dunraven. CELLINI (1903), a Chesnut Horse (winner of the National Breeders Produce Stakes of 5000 sov., boating Prince Palatine, winner of the St. Leger he also won the Elles- mere Stakes at Newmarket), by Cyllene, out of Sirenia (winner of nine races and £7736 in stakes; own sister to Hammcrkop and three-parts sister to Llangibby; dam of Siberia, winner of £9682 in stakes, and Electra, winner of over £8400 in stakes, in- eluding the lOOOgs.), by Gallinule, out of Concussion, by Reverberation. N.B. Cellini is the sire of D.N. P. and Alake Haste. Will stand at the Dullingham Road Stud (Major Met’nlmont’s). On THURSDAY, December 6th, Without reserve, MARES, the property of Mr. A. P. Cunliffe. SAINTE TOUCHE (1905), a Bay Mare (a winner), by St. Frusquin, out of Stub- hampton, by Hampton, nut of Rosary, by Kosicrucian coveted by Charles O’Afnlley last service. Alav 7th. TOR BAA’ (1906), a Bay Mare (winner of Prince of Wales’ Nursery. Doncaster), by Count Sehomberg, out of Seashore, by St. Serf, out of Geology, by Sterling; covered by Charles O’Mallev -last service, June 9th. N.B. –Charles O’Malley, by
Desmond, out of Goody Two-Shoes, by Isinglass, was a good winner himself at all distances, from 5 furlongs to 2 miles, third in Derby, second, beaten a neck, ia Ascot Gold Cup. He is already tin* sire of Timler, one of the best two-year-olds in Ireland. Ziaovia, and several other winners. Will stand at Air. A. Hayhoe’s, Exeter House, Newmarket. iOn Thursday, December 6tli, MAltES, the property of Mr. G. D. Smith. WILLING NUN (1908), a Brown Mare, by Eager, out of Self Sneriflce, by Bread Knife, out of Lady Godivn, by King Lud; covered by St. Girons last service, May 21st, nnd believed to be in foal. BLAIN (1912), a Brown Mare, by Myram, out of Blfty thorn, by Black Sand, out of Furzc- bush (dam of Prickles, Veldt, Thicket the dam of Bosket Bonfire, Oatalpa the dam of Bambusa and Bay berry Giroflde, and Whinbloom), by Fitz-James, out of Brier- bush, by Tynedale, out of Bryony, by Ad venturer; covered by St. Girons– last, ser vice, June 6th, nnd believed to be in foal. COCKSPUK (1913), a Chesnut Mare, by Cock- a-hoop, out of Furaebush, by Fits- James, out of Brierbush. by Tynedale; covered by Shogun (not in the Stud Book)– last ser- vioe, May 8th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. The foal of this mare would be nearly related to GirofliSe. Will stand at Park Lodge Stnblcs, Newmarket. On Thursday, December fith, Tho following YOUNG STALLION, from tho Theakston Hall Stud. Bit OWN HORSE (1914), by Queen’s Birthday (sire of Santoi and Holiday House), out of Speckled Agnes, by Troutbeck (winner of St. Leger), out of Betty Agnes (winner and dam of a winner), by Giganteum (own brother to Murtagon), out of Helen Agnes (dam of winners), by Castlereagh, out of Festive (dam of I/Abbesse do Jouarre win ner of tho Oaks and dam of Desmond and Festa, the dam of Fels, Faust, and Festino), by Carnival, out of Piercy, by Athcrstone, out of Fair Agnes, by Yoltigeur. N.B. This oolt is untried, owing to tho War. He has a Certificate of Soundness from tho veterinary surgeon to the Board of Agriculture. Will stand at Mr. Hayhoe’s, Exeter House, Newmnrket. On Thursday, December 6th, MAKES and FOALS, from Lordship Stud. HUSTLE (1913), a Bay Marc, by St. Amnnt, out of Bustle (winner of four races and dam of Froggie. Ac.), by Eager, out of Sophie Arnould (dam of a winner), by Ayr shire, out of Ladv Susan (winner of £886, and dam of Brilliancy and Pan Michael, winner of £1825), fay St. Simon; covered by Dalmatian (not in the English Stud Book) last service, May 3rd. FLYING PILGRIM ‘(1912), a Bay Mare, by Chaucer (sire of Stedfast, Ac.), out of Jacti- late (winner nnd dam of winners), by Jaquemart, out of Ben Doran (dam of Misty Law, Ac.), by Bend Or, out of Vaurienne (winner and dam of winners), by Galopin out of Palisade (dam of six winners), by Albert Victor; covered by Sir Martin (not in the Stud Book) last service. April 22nd. ALMOND ROCK (1908). a Brown Mare (placed second twice, and sister to Sugar Loaf, by Wolf’s Crag (winner of Lincoln Handicap and other races by Barcaldine), out of Sugar (winner nnd dam of winners), by Symington, out of Sweetie (a winner), by Harvest Feast (by Harvester), out of Lady Blunt (dam of four winners, including What, who bred Killeagh and five othei winners), by Arbitrator (by Solon) covered by Adam Bede– last service, April 19th. BAY FILLY-FOAL (not in the Stud Book), bv Sir Martin, out of Almond Rock (foaled April 8th). BAY FILLY-FOAL (not in the Stud Book), by Sir Martin, out of Poet’s Dream, by Chancer (foaled January 25tli). BAY FILLY, 2 years old. by Forfarshire, out of Jaeulate (see second lot). DELL (1910), a Bay Mnrc, by Mintagon, out of Mondella, by Marcion, out of Jane j Shore, by Cambailo; covered by Adam Bede last service, June 3rd. Cnn bo seen at Lordship Stud, Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th, MARKS. The property of Mr. Henry Salvin. MrSKKT BLOOD. PEEP (1910). a Brown Mare, by Sir Edgar, out of I.a Niche, by Hagioscope, out of Single Barrel (sister to Alibech), by Her mit, out of a mare by Musket, out of a mare by Teddington, out of Maid of Ma sham* by Don John; covered by Trout- beck last -rvice. May 12th. BAY FILLY (1914). by Chaucer, out of Assnr- ance (sister to Cocksure II. and Decision), I by Count Sch om berg, out of Be Sure, by Surefoot, out of Queen Bee, by Muncaster, j out of Acheron, by Hermit not covered. Can be seen at Park Lodge Stables, Newmarket, j On Thursday, December 6th, The property of Mr. Walter Raphael. ABOUKIR, a Bay Horse, 6 years old, by St. Amnnt, out of Sister Lumley,- by St. Honorat, out of Lady Lumley, by See Sow. He won the Brighton Stakes, 1914, Newbury Summer Cup, and Middle Miles Handicap, New market, in 1916. RQNCEYAUX, a Bay Colt, 3 years old. by Dark Ronald, out of Sospel (own sister to I La Croisette, the dam of Sanctum, wimier of the Cesare witch, 1916), by Cyllcne, out of Cimies, by St. Simon, out of Antibes, by Isonomy. out of St. Marguerite, by Hermit, out of Devotion, by Stockwell. BROOD MARE. MINIEH (1914), a Bay Mare, by Minoru, out of Red Sea (half-sister to Royal Realm and Colonia). by Gallinule, out of Sand Blast (dam of Royal Realm, Avinner of £6111, Colonia winner of £4618, and Sand Boy, winner of Chester Cnp, Ascot Stakes, and £6836). by Sheen, out of Sahara (dam of four winners), by Galliard, out of Madge Wildfire, by Blair Athol, out of Old Orange Girl (winner of £1900 and dam of ten winners, including Twine the Plaiden. winner of £5129). by Kingston, out of Mowerina (dam of West Australian, winner of 20G0gs., Derby, and St. Leger), by Touch stone covered by Stedfast last service, April 23rd, and believed to be in foal. FOALS. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Lemberg, out of Ascenseur, by Eager, out off Skyscraper (Avinner of over £4000, half-sister “to Neil Gow, and dam of Syce, Feu de Joic, and Leverrier). by Velasquez, or Ayrshire, out of Chelkndry (winner of lOOOgs. and many races), by Goldfinch, out of lilnminata (dam of Ladas, and grandarn of Cicero), by Rosicrusian (foaled March 24th). CHESNUT FILLY FOAL, by Roi H erode (sire of The Tetrarch and many winners), out of Misette, by Llangibbv, out of La Croisette i dam of Sanctum, winner of the C’esa re- witch, 1916), by Cyllene, out of Cimiez, by St. Simon, out of Antibes. by Isonomy. out of St. Marguerite, by Hermit, out of Devotion, bv Stockwell (foaled April 24th). CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Chaucer, out of Bobbin (dam of Sordello and Bobbina), by Orme, out of Silver Thread, by Ayrshire, out of Footlight, by Cremorne, out of Paraffin, by Blair Athol, out of Paradigm, Xby Paragone, out of Ellen Home, by Red shank (foaled January 17th). Will stand at Queensberry Lodge, Newmnrket. On Thursday, December 6th, MARKS and FOALS, with engagements, the property of Mr. C. T. Pulley. KILDEE, a Bay Filly-foal, by Thrush (sire of Jackdaw and many winners), out of Killcarn (half-sister to tho winners of eight races), by John o’ Gaunt, out of Earl’s Sent (winner of four races, and dam of four winners), by Wolf’s Crag, out of Evinthc (dam of 10 winners), by Rosicru- cian (foaled April 14th). PEARL BOY’, a Brown Colt-foal, by Poor Boy (by Perth, winner of the French 2000gs., French Derby, Grand Prix do Paris, and £31,200– sire of the winners of over £186,000, champion sire of France, 1907, 1908, and 1911), out of Eastern Pearl, by Dinneford, out of Pearl Mosque, by St. Frusquin, out of Temple Hill (own sister to Galtee More), by Kendal (foaled February 25th). LEGATO (1911), a Bay Mare, by Grey Leg, out of Naphthalia (winner of four races, and darn of Yamethen, winner of five steeple chases), by St. Angelo, out of Nepenthe (dam of winners and grandarn of Golden Sun), by Sterling; covered by Fari- man– last service, February 28th, and be lieved to be in foal. BEGGAR’S OPERA, a Bay Filly-foal, by Poor Boy (see third lot), out of Legato (foaled January 19th). PUSING LAMA (1905), a Bay Mare (dam of Voldy, winner of races), by Carbine, out of Queen of Navarre (winner of 10 races, and dam of Queen Catharine, Roclielle, and Queen Marguerite, the dam of Rolandinc and Birlinghnm), by Galliard; covered by The White Knight–last service, May 1st, and believed to be in foal. LAMPEDO, a Bay Filly-foal, by Poor Boy (see third lot), ou
t of Pusing Lama (foaled March 28th). Will stand at Mr. Hy. Martin’s, Queensberry Lodge, Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th, Without reserve, with or without engagements, at the option of the purchaser, the property of a Gentleman. OYSTER BAY, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by Marcovil, out of Prairie Oyster, by Isinglass, out of Thimble, by Galopin. Can be seen at Mr. C. Waugh’s, Carlburg, New market. On Thursday, December 6th, The property of Mr. F. Luscombe. MARES AND FOALS. JULIA DESMOND (1911), a Bay Mare, by Desmond, out of Julia Mannering (dam of three winners), by Raeburn, out of Bal moral (a winner and dam of Nighean. a smart winner and dam of Nabot), by King Lud, out of EBangowau (dam of winners), by Strathconan, out of Poinsettia (grandarn of Le Snncy), by Young Melbourne, out of Lady Hawthorn (sister to Thormanby), by Wind hound covered by Thrush– last service, Mar 5th. BROWN FILLY-FOAL, by Marcovil, out of Julia Desmond (foaled April 18th). PR AT HIE OYSTER (1906), a Bay Mare, by Isinglass, out of Thimble, by Galopin, out of Chatelaine, by Bend Or. out of Chanoinessc (sister to Hermit), by New- minster; covered by Cylgad– last service, March 28th. BAY C’OLT-FOAL, by St. Amant, out of Prairie Oyster (foaled January 18th). OR SOY A (1909), a Brown Mare (a good winner), by Thrush, out of Carpathia, by Sainfoin, out of Sereth, by St. Serf, out of Haresfoot, by Kilwarlin covered by St. Amant last and only service, June 16th. N.B.– Her filly-foal by Marcovil (foaled June 6tlU is retained. BLATHER (1909), a Brown Mare, by Desmond, out of Rot (dam of Yentoi), by Sainfoin, out of Chimera (dam of Thunderbolt), by Sheen, out of Distant Shore (dam of Arcadia, the dam of Cyllene also of St. i Damien, Van Dieman’s Land, Gulliver, and St. Hilaire sire of Pommern’s dam also j grandarn of Whittier), by Hermit; covered by Cantilever last service, March 16th. MOLEEN (1913), a Bay Mare, by Thrush, out of Spec (dam of Allworthy, False, and Sir .Max), by Kendai, out of False Sight dam of Spectrum), by Melton, out of Mir age, by Speculum covered by St. Amant last service, April 5th. BALMA (1913), a Bay Mare, by Marco, or Mar covil, out of Tutti Frutti (a winner and dam of four winners), by Persimmon, out of New Zealand, by Isonomy, out of Aus tralia, by Hermit covered by Thrush last service, May 7th. two-year-olds (without reserve). ST. ALMO, a Bay Colt, 2 years old, by St. Amant, out of Marca (a winner and dam of Louvetier, a good winner), by Marco, out of Pietola (dam of Sansovino and Marconi- gram), by Galliard, out of Evanthe (dam of many winners), by Rosicrucian, out of Damages, by Thunderbolt. This colt is broken, but has never run. BAY COLT, 2 years old (own brother to Bronzino), by Marco, out of Flitters (winner of good races and dam of Bronzino. Flippant. and Marlincea the dam of Rivoli), by Galopin, out of Ierne (dam of Lesbos and Iernor). by Hermit, out o f Shannon (winner of the Goodwood and Doncaster Cups), by Lambton, out of The Mersey, by Newminster. This colt is unbroken. N.B. Marco is the sire of this year’s winner of Kentucky Derby, Omar Khayyam, and of many I winners in all parts of the world. Bronzino was a first-class racehorse (only beaten a head by Swynford in the St. Leger), and he is already a most successful sire in Australia. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Thursday. December 6th, j The following BROOD MARES from Egerton Stud. APRIL PRINCESS (1903), a Brown Mare (dam of Sunni, Averse. Ac.), by Ladas, out of Primrose (winner and dam of Sizergh, Ac.), by Uncas, out of Mosque (dam of winners of over £7000 in stakes), by Pero Gomez, out of Alhambra (winner and dam of winners), by Newminster: covered by Kentish Fire– last service. June 2nd, ZULRMA 1908), a Bay Mare, by Zinfandel, out of Kitty Grey (winner and dam of winners), by Ayrshire, out of Stethoscope dam of Skopos. winner of Liverpool Cup, and sire of winners in Australia), by Speculum, out of a mare dam of Minn, winner of 1000 gs. and the Oaks, and dam of St. Maclou. Mintagon, St. Simonmiini. Ac.) by Lord Lyon, out of Sadie (dam of winners!, by Voltigeur; covered by Bow man last service, April 12th. Can be seen at Egerton Stud, Newmarket.On Thursday, December 6th, Without reserve. Dispersal Sale of ltOWDEN ABBEY STUD, tho property of Mr. H. J. Bailey, with or without enfrafrementfl, at the option of the purchaser. POP THE QUESTION (1903), a Bay or Brown Mare (dam of the winners, Sleepy Christian, Matchlock– winner of five laces in Eng land, and in India of the Governor’s Cup three years in succession und the Viceroy’s Cup the fourth year– Ask Papa– winner of eight races Declaration, Windleshnm winner of one race in England and two good races in Australia– the Primer geld ing, since named Not Much, winner of one race this Tear), by Carbine, out of Heart’s Desire (dam of Gratify, World’s Desire, Fairfax, and Old Bird), by Cylinder, out of Queen of Sheba, by Wisdom, out of Heart’s Delight, by General Peel covered by Primer (sire of Windleshnm and Not Much)– last service, May 2nd N.B.– Pop the Question has proved a consistent breeder, never having missed. With the exception of two that died and one not broken, all are winners. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by King’s Proctor, out of Pop the Question (foaled April 1st). HAPPY MATCH (1906), a Brown Mare (dam of Amphibious, winner at Johannesburg), by Matchmaker, out of Heart’s Desire (dam of Pop the Question see first lot and the winners Gratify, World’s Desire, Fairfax, and Old Bird), by Cylinder, out of Que6″ of Sheba, by Wisdom, out of Heart’s Delight, by General Peel covered by White Magic– last service, April 17th. Happy Match was never trained. BHOWN COLT-FOAL, by Catmint, out of Happy Match (fouled April 7th). This foal is bred on the same lines as Ask CHESNUT MARE, 1914 (own sister to Windle shnm nnd Not Much), by Primer, out of Pop the Question (dam of many winners –see first lot), by Carbine, out of Hearts Desire (dam of many winners), by Cylinder, out of Queen of Sheba, by Wisdom, out of Heart’s Delight, by General Peel; covered by Poor Boy– lost service, April 25th. This mare was never trained. BAY or BROWN MARE, 1913 (half-sister to Double Thrush), by Roquelaure, out of Duet (dam of Double Thrush and Sing On), by Periuord, or El Diablo, out of Phyllis (dam of Fitz-Jeamie), by Speculum, out of Birthright, by Ben Webster, out of Lady like, by Newminster, out of Zuleika, by Muley Moloch covered by Poor Boy– last service, April 25th. BROWN or BAY COLT-FOAL, by Poor Boy, out of a mare by Roquelaure, out of Duet (foaled April 23rd). SHAME THE DEVIL (1904), a Bay Mare, by Veracity, out of Violet Blossom, by Rain bow (by Sftlvator, out of own sister to Musket), out of BloBSom, by Knight of the Garter, out of a mare by Charleston, out of Mndiime Eglentine, by Cowl covered by Ampelion– last service, June 10th. B AY COLT-FOAL, by Ampelion, out of Shame the Devil (foaled May 2nd). N.B. Ampelion, with few chances, is sire of Amphibious and other winners in England and abroad. RAHOVA (1905), a Bay Mare (dam of the Black Sand Filly), by Bay Ronald, out of Tirnova (dam of Boris, Martin, Ammuni tion, Varna. Glengarnock, Zinc, and Sand- hath), by Rosebery, out of Sardiea, by Cambailo, out of Sophia, by Hacnroni, out of Zelle, by Stockwell covered by W hite Magic– last service, May 21st. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Ampelion, out of Rahova (foaled January 9th). TOLLEY FIRE (1906), a. Brown Mare (a winner), bv Volodvovski, out of Fireaway (dam of” Bather Warm, Heartburn, Menippe, All Smoke, Sham Fight, and Volley Fire), by Right-awav, out of Brown Bess, by Musket, out of Celibacy, by Lord Clifden covered by King’s Proctor last service, April 26th. BAY or BROWN COLT-FOAL, by Magie (who beat Bayardo in the Goodwood Cup), out of Volley Fire (foaled April 4th). BELLE OF THE SEASON (1904), a Bay Mare (dam of Svetic), by Matchmaker, out of Belle of the Green, by Blue-green, out of Rustic Belle (dam of many winners), by Plebeian, out of Sabella, by Blair Athol. out of Jocosa, by Fitz-Roland, out of Madame Eglentine, by Cowl; covered by White Magic– last service, May loth. QUEEN OF THE GROVE (1910), a Bay or Brown Mare (a winner and sister
to Spangled), “by Missel Thrush, out of Sul tana (dam of Glengonna, Spangled, und Queen of the Grove), by Janissary, out of Loversall (dam of The Lover, winner of the Epsom Grand Prize and other good races, and Love True), by Doncaster, out of Honevbourne, by Young Melbourne, out of Aunt Sofer, by Newminster, out of a mare by Hampton, out of a mare by Starch covered by Harry of Hereford last service, April 5th. Queen of the Grove’s yearling by Amadis is now “NviU “stand at. Mr. F. P. Cbennell’s, Rutland Arms, Newmarket. On Thursday, December bth, FOAL, with engagements, from the Manor House Stud, Middlebam. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Neil Gow (by Marco, out of Chelandry), out of May Lily (winner of races), by Mauvezin, out of Mar- liacea (dam of Rivoli and Wild Arum), by Martagon, out of Flitters (dam of Bronzino and Flippant), by Galopin, out of Ierne, bv Hermit, out of Shannon (winner of the Doncaster and Goodwood Cups, defeating the Derby winner Favonius, and the best horse of the day), by Lambton, out of The Mersey, by Newminster (foaled February 3rd). No.” I family. Neil Gow is the sire of Violinist, Herself, Duggie, If It, and other winners. This foal is bred on the same lines as Bronzino and Flippant. His yearling half-brother realised 1350gs. last September. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Thursday, December 6th, MARES from the Beenham Court Stud, near Newbury. EARLY GIltL (1910), a Bay Mare (winner of the Windsor Castle Stakes of 997 sov., Ascot by three lengths, and the Chaplin Nursery Handicap of 460 sov., Lincoln, carrying top weight am* beating China Cock and Great Sport; sister to Kilearla and Loughbrown), by Earla Mor (by Des mond), out of Kilnew (dam of Kilearla Loughbrown, and Early Girl, all good winners), by Matchmaker (sire of the winners of over £100,000), out of Water Lily winner of Second October Nursery Stakes of 331 sov. and other races, and second in Trial Stakes, Ascot dam of W’atergall, a winner after breeding two foals she went to Germany, where she bred Wildkatze won German Oaks– W aterloo, and Wnsserlillie, all good winners), by Ocean Wave, out of Galingalc (winner of j the Welbeck Abbey Stakes of 460 sov., anddam of Galleot won over £2300– Game Fowler, Bangalore, and Galangal– won the Champagne Stakes of 1740 sov., &c.), bv Minting, out of Gale (winner and dam of Gallingale, Sea-view won 10 races, £1695 and Trade Wind), by Galopin, out of Whirlwind (won the Newmarket Oaks and £2091, and dam of winners), by Thormanby or Kingcraft, out of Hurricane (winner of the 1000gs., and dam of Atlantic, winner of the 2000gs., and sire of Le Sancy), by Wild Davrell covered by Cicero– last service April 7th, and believed to be in foal. MARSEILLEISE (1910), a Chesnut Mare, by Marco, out of Commune (winner of’ the Coronation Stakes, Ascot, of 3150 sov.), by Common, out of Jersey (dam of St. Helier Clydebridge, and Commune), by St. Simon’ out of Queen of the Meadows (winner of races and dam of six winners of about £10,000, including Tyrant– a first-class stayer and sire of the winners of £24,317 Alp, Elf also dam of winners– and Wlierwell), by Exminster, out of Queen of the May (winner of nine races over dis tances to 2 miles and dam of 13 winners, also dam of Queen of the Isles, dam of seven winners, and Queen of the Hills, dam of Queen of the Spring, the dam of St. Wincleline, who won eight races value £242.j, and bred Shepherd King and Wool Winder] winner of the St. Leger and £10,827), by King of Trumps, out of Lady Hawthorn (sister to Thormanby, a winner, beating Blink Bonny, and dam of five winners also grandarn of Corisande, winner of the Cesarewitch and 15 races value £8265), by Windhound, out of Alice Hawthorn (winner of 51 races and dam of Thormanby, winner of the Derby and champion sire in 1869), by Muley Moloch covered by Greenback- last service, March 30th, and believed to be in foal. Will stand at Park Paddocks. On Thursday, December 6tli, MARES and FOALS, the property of Mr. F. Bibbv. FURNES (1912), a Chesnut Mare, by Forfar- shire, out of Nan Patterson (dam of winners, including Lady Torrington), by Prisoner, out of Cartouche II., by Fra Diavolo, out of Aveline (winner and dam of winners), by Doncaster; covered by Stornoway, and due to foal March 28th. Barren to Sunder this year. GIPSY LEE (1911), a Bay Mare (winner of two races), by Camp Fire II., out of Lady Saint (bred in New Zealand winner and dam of a winner), by St. Leger, out of Hilda, by Musket covered by Kroonstad, and due to foal May 18th. BLACK C’OLT-FOAL, by Kroonstad, out of Gipsv Lee (foaled April 12th). HAWESWATER (1909), a Bay Mare (winner of two races), by Cupbearer, out of lone (winner of races and dam of a winner), by Oberon, out of Evoe, by Victor, out of Evora (winner of races), by Knight of St. Patrick covered by Lemberg, and due to foal, May 8th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Sunstar, out of Hawes- water (foaled March 18th). LINGER (1913), a Bay Mare, by Thrush, out of Luscinia, by St. Simon, out of Philo math (dam of St. Oswald and grandarn of Eager Simon), by Pliilammon, out of Chrysalis (dam of many winners), by Lec turer covered by Cylgad, and due to foal, March 29th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Bowman (by Chaucer), out of Linger (foaled April 14th). MARCH MIST (1913), a C’liosnut Mare, by Marco, out of Miss Snooks, by Ayrshire, out of Trouville (France), by Beaurepaire; covered by Lonawand, and due to foal, April 24th. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by Buckstead, out of March Mist (foaled April 4th). ORANGE (1910), a Bay Mare, by William the Third, out of Oriole (winner of the Corona tion Stakes, and dam of Sir Oracle and Birdie), by Ladas, out of Orle dam of Loveite), by Bend Or, out of Bonny Jean (winner of the Oaks, &c., and dam of win ners), by Macaroni; covered by Kroonstad, and due to foal, April 24th. Slipped foal this vear. PANDIA (1912), a Chesnut Mare, by John o’ Gaunt, out of La Lune (winner of races and dam of La Petite Lune), by Despair, out of Moon Flower (winner and dam of winners), by Florentine; covered by The White Knight, and due to foal, March 20th. Barren to Hapsburg this year. RACHEL MACARTHY (1911). a Bay Mare, by Ulpian, out of Bessie Macarthy (bred in New Zealand winner of the A.J.C. Oaks, &c.), by Ingomar, out of Florence Macarthy, by Macaroni covered by Bowman, and due to foal, March 4tli. Had twins to0aubeen this year. SEA SPRAY (1905), a Buy Mare, hy Cyllene, out of Ark Royal (grandarn of Roscius), by Royal Hampton, out of War Sprite (a winner), by Galopin covered by Stedfast, and due to foal, May 8tli. Barren to Buck- stead this year. ST. MARCIA (1913), a Bay Mare, by St. Frus quin, out of Marsovia, by Marco, out of Castania (dam of winners and grandarn of The Tetrarch), by Hagioscope; covered by Sunder, and due to foal, April 28th. Bar ren to The White Knight this year. JACULATE (1904), a Bay Mare (a winner and dam of Don’t l3e Late), by Jaquemart, out of Ben Doran (dam of winners), by Berd Or, out of Vauricnno (winner and dam of winners), by Galopin covered by Cicero, and due to foal, Mav 8th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Adam Bede, out of Jaeulate (foaled March 26tli). MARSOVIA (1907), a Chesnut Mare, by Marco, out of Castania (dam of winners nnd the grandarn of The Tetrarch), by Hagioscope, out of Rose Garden, by Kingcraft covered by Poly melus, and due. to foal, May 1st. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Prince Palatine, out of Marsovia (foaled March 13th). MARYBUD (1910), a Chesnut Mnrc, by Mar tagon, out of Queen Marigold (dam of Cico- romar, &c.), by Pietermaritzburg, out cf Queen of the Florin (winner and dam of winners), by Esterling; covered hy Chaucer, and due to foal, April 20th. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Prince Palatine, out of Mary bud (fouled May 3rd). DON’S BIRTHDAY (1902), a Bay Mare (win ner of four races and dam of three winners), by Donovan, out of Tay (dam of winners), by Bend Or, out of Buy a Broom (winner of races and dam of winners), by Bertram, or Wisdom, out of Gipsy (winner and dam .of winners), by Buccaneer; covered by Sunstar, and duo to foal, February 15th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Spearmint, out of Don’s Birthday (foaled February 14th). Cnn be seen” at North End Stud Farm, Exning, near Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th,
The property of a Gentleman. Minus. LA PA TRIE (1913), a Brown Mare, by Phaleron, out of Cri de Guerre (dam of winners), by McMahon, out of Wild Notes, by Wild Oats; covered by Bridge of Allan– last service, April 18th.MINELLA (1910), a Chesnut Mare (dam of Kiln, winner of races this year, her second foal– the first not trained), by M instead, out of Simonella (dam of Simonson; Ac.), by St. Simon, out of Pamela, by Hampton- covered by Florist– last service, March 7th! lltGILIA (1910), a Bay Mare, by Marcovilj v out of Pietola (dam of Sansovino– Lincoln Handicap– Marconigram, and many other winners), by Galliard, out of Evanthe, by Rosicrucian; covered by Rochester– last service, May 12th. FOALS. CHESNUT COLT (first foal), by Bridge of Allan, out of Nitrolim, by Roi Herode, out of Sketches (dam of Draughtsman, Fore ground, &c.), by Pioneer, out of Mrs. Quilp, by Kendal (foaled April 17th). CHESNUT COLT (first foal), by Bridge of Allan (sire of Allan Brig, Lord Allan, Karelian filly, &c.), out of Scotch Opera! by Scotch Cross, out of Olitzka (a gcod winner), by Ocean Wave, out of L’Excep- cion (dam of Most Excellent and many other winners), by Alvarez, out of Genuine, by Fitz-Roland (foaled April 14th). BAY COLT (third foal– half-brother to Ella), by Bridge of Allan (see preceding lot), out of Minella, by Minstead, out of Simonella (dam of Simonson, &e.), by St. Simon (foaled February 25th.). CHESNUT FILLY (first foal), by Bridge of Allan, out of Fornella, by Forfarshire, out of Mistress Nell (dam of Old Drury), by Orme, out of King’s Favour, by Persim mon (foaled March. 29tli). ClIESNUT FILLY (first foal), bv Florist, out of Sneezer (a winner), by Missel Thrush, out of Murgis (dam of many winners, in cluding My Collar), by Father Confessor (foaled March 19th). BAY FILLY (first foal), by Ampelion (sire of winners), out of La Patrie. by Phaleron, out of Cri de Guerre (foaled March 28th). BAY FILLY (second foal), by Rochester (sire of Roscius, &c.), out of Faribole, by Fari- man, out of Ballyconra, by Suspender (foaled March 19th). N.B.– Bridge of Allan (own brother to Bridge of Canny and half-brother to Bridge of Earn, and many other winners), by Love Wisely, out of Santa Brigida, by St. Simon. Can be seen at the Hall Stud, Borough Green, near Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th, Without reserve, all the FOALS, and the follow ing MARES, the property of Mr. R. Sherwood. BERRY (1913), a Bay Mare, by Thrush, out of Destination (winner of several races), by Desmond, out of L’Etoile (own sister to Star Shoot, the great American sire), by Isinglass, out of Astrology, by Hermit covered by Land League– last service, May 12th. BAY FILLY-FOAL (first foal), by Buckstead, out of Berry (foaled April 28th). VELARET (1910), a Chesnut Mare (a winner), by Veles (by Isinglass), out of Sweet Mar garet, a winner, by Gervas, out of Sweet Marjorie (dam of Simon Square and many other winners), by Kendal, out of St. Mar guerite, by Hermit covered by Buckstead last service, June 2nd. BllOWN FILLY-FOAL, by Land League, out of Yelaret (“foaled May 4th). MARIE BLANCHE (1903), a Bay Mare (dam of Spanish Dancer, Winnaretta, and two other winners), by Soliman, out of Miss Norali, by Belgrave, out of Fleada, by Hermit covered by Simon Square– last service. May 7th. BROWN FILLY-FOAL, by Tidal Wave, out of Marie Blanche (foaled February 12tli). LADY REDCAR (1907), a Bay Mare (a winner of races), by Ian, out of Lady Carlton (a winner of many races and dam of Music Hall, Haymaker, Markwell, and others), by Jolly Friar, or Carlton, out of Sabrina, by Lord Lyon covered by Buckstead– last service, June 25th. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by Land League, out of Lady Redcar (foaled April 14th). T A UIT AN (1904), a Bay Mare (winner of races and dam of T. Square), by Ian, out of Tacita (dam of Wolf shall and several other winners), by Sterling, out of Elsie Mary, by The Marquis covered by Land League –last service February 27th. CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Buckstead, out of Tacitan (foaled February 14th). PATCHAM (1913), a Bay Mare, by Land League, out of Miss Keen (a good winner of races, by Eager, out of Locasta, a good winner, and dam of Marlow, Fort Myers, Miss Keen, Desolation, and others), by Ayrshire, out of Eloquence, by Cremorne covered by Buckstead last service, April 30th. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Buckstead, out of Patcham (foaled April 13th). WAXBAND (1906), a Chesnut Mare (dam of winners), by Galashiels, out of Kendal Lily, by Kendal, out of Githa, by Edward the Confessor, out of Piercy, by Atherstone, out of Fair Agnes, by Voltigeur covered by Simon Square last service, May 12th. BAY COLT-FOAL, by Simon Square, out of Waxband (foaled March 19th). BAY MARE (1914), by Simon Square, out of Nanita (dam of a winner), by Ninus, out of Volumnia, by Royal Hampton, out of Lady Muncaster, by Muncaster; covered by Buckstead last service, April 12th. YELCA (1910). a Bay Mare (second foal), by Yeles (by Isinglass), out of Desca (a winner of many races over all distances, and dam of Decagone, the winner of the Brocklesby), by Desmond, out of High Feather (U.S.A. dam of China Cock and many other winners), by Henry of Navarre, out of High Tea, by Rayon d’Or covered by Buckstead last service, April 25th. LEAGUE (1913), a Bay Mare, by Land League, out of Locasta (a good winner and dam of Marlow, Fort Myers, Miss Keen, Desola tion, and others), by Ayrshire, out of Eloquence, by Cremorne covered by Buck stead last service, May 27th. QUEEN BEAUTY (1901), a Chesnut Mare (dam of Thalia, Tanlaw, and Hooh, all winners), by Persimmon, out of Princess Anne (a good winner, and dam of Sandy Acland), by St. Angelo, out of Princess Louise Vic toria, by Hermit covered by Land League last service, June 5th. SURFEIT (1909), a Bay Mare (dam of Land rail, her first foal, a good winner abroad), by Wolf’s Crag, out of Surfweed (dam of Simon Surf, Landweed, and Serfland, all winners, and Sir Desmond), by St. Serf, out of Hawkweed (a winner of many races), by Hawkeye, out of Bramble, by See Saw covered by Simon Square– last service, June 2nd. All the above mares are believed to be in foal. BROWN FILLY-FOAL, by Simon Square, out of Mountain Daisy (winner of £1500 ill stakes, and dam of Tegdirb, Ben Alder, Dragoman. Daisy Square, and Wood Daisy, the dam of Atheling, Margarethal, andWoodwild), by Ayrshire, out of Light of utner Days (dam of Curio, winner of the New market Stakes and Newmarket Derbv– Woola- thorpe, and four other winners), by Balfe, out of Meteor (a winner, and dam of Mask, vaciiancy, and six other winners), by DvrhlSrerTbolt foaled April 17th). t. FILM -FOAL, by Hapsbiirg, out of Jia berton Daisy (never ran), by John o’ hy ‘Klor di Cuba (bv Flonzel II., out of Doonbrae. He is the sire of many winners in Brazil, and also of w’Ti° *T° wi”ners >1 England), cut hnlf if1* (dlun o{ Golden Square, and of Ooldr i winners), by Orvicto, out wJrt?!, i m of Money Spinner, ami A fa xr 1?’ Engagement, Golden Elf, hv P?t A’ iy Cariton, out of Webb, by Petrarch (foaled Hay 29th). .IT ALT. 1 ON (iGLO) a CLe “nut Horse (a good winner) by Teles (by Isinglass), out of Queen Anne by Persimmon, out of Prin cess Anne (dam of Sandy Acland, &o.), by by Hermit °f PrinceES Louise Victoria, ranhlsSeein Wan ffood two-year-old, and race but n f f r. tlme out’ Hc won ,lis next tuall’v finiwfri ?P hl,,d Intern, which vir- I imlilf racing career. He has proved himself very sure with his mares Can be seen at Side Hill Sfud, Newmarket. mjnnri 1?,I1T,mUrsaaL December 6tli, BROOD HARES, the property of the Earl of Jersey. CATERINA (1911), a Brown Mare (a winner), by Benvenuto, out of Coy Duck, by Sir Michael (by Kendal), out of Catoli “Buck, by Paradox, out of Call Duck, by Macaroni out of Pintail, by Stockwell covered by Cylgad– last service, June 2nd, and believed to be in foal. LORIKEET (1912), a Bay Mare (not in the otud Book–a winner), by Prospector, out of Parakeet (a winner and dam of Miss Lvdia Cleopatra II., and Little Parrot), bv Hackler, out of Paradise (a winner and sister to Magic), by Ascetic; covered by Greenback– last service, May 10th, and be lieved to be in foal. Her fillv-foal by Greenback is retained. LYNETT
E (1913), a Brown Mare, by Tredennis, out of Coclcyleeky (a winner), by Avington, out of Scotch Brose (dam of seven winners), by Ayrshire, out of Spray (winner, dam of winners, and own sister to Sunrise, gran- dam of Eager, and great-grandam of Phalaris), by Springfield, out of Sunray (winner, and dam of winners of £13,630), by King of the Forest, out of Sunshine (winner of £9000 and dam of winners), by Thormanby covered by Greenback– last service, April 11th, and believed to be in foal. Her colt-foal by Greenback is retained. MUSK (1913), a Bay Mare (a winner), by My ram, out of Zara (dam also of Mutha, a winner), by Soliman, out of Scotch Lassie, b}’ Canadian, out of Queen of Scotland, by Scottish Chief; covered by Greenback last service, April 30th, and believed to be in foal. Her filly-foal by Greenback is retained. PIYARA (1913), a Brown Mare (sister to Cory- don), by Pericles, out of Queen Elena (dam of. Harestook and Corydon), by Queen’s Birthday, out of Pallanza (dam of Palmy Days), by Barcaldine covered by Loohryan –last service, May 2nd, and believed to be in foal. Her filly-foal by Greenback is retained. MISRULE (1913), a Bay Mare, by Simon Square, out of Miss Tillie (dam of Green room), by Yelasquez, out of Little Twin (dam of the winners Idstone, Rouge– winner of ten races and dam of Bannockbnrn Little Red Spinner a winner and dam of Solferino and Rouleau Alta Loma, Sweet Clorane. and Salut d’Amour), by Tertius, out of Polpetti (dam of three winners), by Macaroni covered by White Magic last service, May 18th, and believed to be in foal. N.B. This mare met with an accident as a foal and never ran. Her colt-foal by Cherry King is retained. GREENGAGE (1914), a Chesnut .Mare (sister to Cassandra), by Greenback, out of Trust (winner of four races in Ireland and dam J of Trustee, a winner, and of Security, winner of six races value £2295 in 1914, and of Cassandra, a two-year-old winner this year), by Pioneer, or John Morgan, out of We Shall Remember, by Isonomy, out of Sonsie Queen, by Musket covered by Corovra last service, May 25th, and be lieved to he in foal. N.B. This mare never ran. BANK NOTE (1914), a Chesnut Mare, by Green back, out of Post Horn (a winner and own sister to Mrs. Bang, Quality Street, Bel- gravian Lad, Gamin, and Bellechase, all winners), by Galloping Lad, out of Bel- gravia (a winner), by Royal Hampton, out of Gammer, by Dutch Skater; covered hy Lochrj’an last service, June 12th, nnd be lieved to be in foal. N.B. This mare never ran. CORSE WALL (1915), a Chesnut Filly, by Loch- ryan, out of Star of Slane, by Symington, out of Maiden Wrangler, by Baliol, out of Trenton Queen, by Trenton. N.B. This filly never ran. Can be seen at Scaltbeck Stud Farm, New market. On Thursday, December 6th, Without reserve, the following FOALS, the property of Mr. M. Gurry, Abington Place, Newmarket. BAY FILLY-FOAL, by St. Victrix, out of Grazioso (beaten a head for Gosforth Park Stakes) by Sir Geoffrey, out of Gruziella (a winner and dam of Lovely Grace, winner of five races), by Ladas, out of Your Grace (winner of 16 races, dam of Our Grace and grandam of Our Lassie– winner of the Oaks– and Your Majesty*– winner of the St. Leger), by Galliard. out of Grand Duchess (dem of Alix Sweet Duchess Merrv Duchess, 4c.), by I.ozcnge out of Ladylike (dam of llosebery, winner of the Cesurewiteh nnd Cambridgeshire), by New. minster (foaled April 12th). No 22 family. i y or BllOWN COLT-FOAL (first fr.al), by St Victrix out of Menthol, by St. Frus- quin, out of Harsh Hint (dam of Fass- fern) by Hinting, out of Orthonyx (tbim of Orthodox), by Marcion out of Fallow flint (winner of Manchester November Handicap dam of Bird of Harch and Killi- grew wmne? of Northumberland Plate), by Hagioscope, out of Stone Clint (dam of Stone Clink, winner of Cesnrewitch), by Adventurer ‘(foaled April 19th). No. 16 bay” ‘colt-foal (second foal), by St. Victrix out of Peninsula (a winner), by Picton, out of Dona Ana (a winner and dam of two winners), by Donovan, out of Vicuna (awinner and dam of Donative, &c.), by Springfield, out of Merino (dam of Maude and XI iss Mildred the dam of La Roche, winner of the Oaks), by Young Melbourne, out of Braxey <a good winner and dam of Thrift, Tristan’s dam), by Moss Trooper, out of Queen Mary (dam of Blink Bonny, winner of Derby and Oaks, nnd dam of Blair Athol, winner of Derby and St. Leger). bvy Gladiator (foaled March 25th). No. 10 family. BAY COLT-FOAL (first foal), by Flotsam, out of Ditton Belle, b3* Llangwm, out of Ayeslia (a winner nnd dam of Oros, winner of Mart Plate, Gatwick), by Ayrshire, out of Lily Rosebery (a winner and dam of Rosey Posey, and Lily, winner of Danish Derby), by Crowberrv. out of Last Link II. (dam of winners of 25 races and own sister to The Empress Maud, dam of Lady Rose bery and other winners of over £17,000), by Beauclero (foaled April 7th). No. 5 family. N.B. St. Yictrix is sire of Lux, Mariota, Yul- pina, &o. Can be seen at Bungalow Stud, Woodditton, 3 miles from Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th, The following MARES, the property ot Col. Sir R. Waldie Griffith, Bart. PARTRIDGE h (1906), a Bay Mare, by Yelcs. out of Landrail (winner of many races and dam of Cornfield), by St. Serf, out. of Thistlefield (dam of many winners), by Springfield, out of Thistle (dam of Gold- finoh, Throstle, winner of the St. Leger, and Common, winner of the 2000gs., Derby, and St. Leger), by Scottish Chief covered by Simon Square last service, Februarv 29th. BROWN MARE 11 (1914), by Picton, out of Caramel, by Persimmon, out of Carim, by Bend Or, out of Cambushinnie, by Hampton, out of Rudstone, by Tibthorpe, out of Ade line (grandam of St. Simon), b3* Ion covered by Amndis last service, April 1st. N.B. Caramel’s first foal, Chelsho, is n winner in Ireland her other produce show much promise. Will stand at the Side Hill Stud, Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th, The following BLOOD STOCK, from the Thoakaton Hall Stud, the property of a Gentleman. BAY FILLY, 3 years old (never trained), by Holiday House (sire of Duloe Domum), out of Maid of Bedale, by Olwyd (winner of the Kempton Park Jubilee Stakes, &o.), out of Maid of Mentmore (dam of Grace Gum- berts the dam of Adam Bede– winner of the Cambridgeshire Stakes), by Cameliard (winner of the Doncaster Cup, &c.), out of Corisande (winner of the Cesarewitcli), by King Tom, out of Maybloom, by New- minster, out of Lady Hawthorn (own sister to Thormanby), by Windhound. BROWN FILLY, 2 years old (never trained), by Holiday House, out of Maid of Bedale (see preceding lot). N.B. Maid of Bedale was a December foal, and was never trained. She is the dam of a smart winner named Week End, by Holiday House, whioh was sold as a yearling at Doncaster in September, 1914, and went to New Zealand. Will stand at Mr. Hayhoe’s, Exeter House, Newmarket. On Thursday. December 6th, MARE, to dissolve a partnership. WET KISS (1913), a Chesnut Mare (a good winner), by Tredennis, out of Soligena, by Soliman. out of St. Guntlieirn, by Carbine, out of St. Bees, by St. Simon covered by Dindumenos only service, April 27tli, and believed to be in foal. Will stand at Mr. Ashby’s Yard, Newmarket. On Thursday, December 6th, From the Hamilton Stud, Newmarket. MARES. MODEL QUEEN (1897), a Bay Mare (dam of winners, including Goldsoleugli, winner of £988, Golden Butterfly, winner of four races and dam of Maglod, second in Austrian Derby), by Lord Lorno (by Hampton), out of The Empress Maud, by Beauolerc covered by Procope– last ser vice, April 5th, and believed to be in foal. LILIUM (1899), a Bay Mare (dam of many winners), by Martagon, out of Jenny Gcddes (dam of many winners), by Galopin, out of Braw Lass (dam of winners), by See Saw; covered by Procope last service, March 3rd. and believed to be in foal. SHOWER-BATH (1903), a Bay Maro (dam of winners), by Isinglass, out of Sprinkle (dam of winners), by Springfield, out of Eyrie (winner and dam of winners), by Hackthorpe, out of Aquiln, by Thormanby covered by Procope last service, May 7th, and believed to be in foal. FOALS. CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by St. Yictrix, out of Lilium (dam of winners), by Martagon, out of Jenny Geddes (dim
of Littleton, Esmeralda II., Hermiston, Miss Geddes, and Guisel, nil good winners), by Galopin. out of Braw Lass, by See Saw (foalgd February 2nd). BAY COLT-FOAL, by Flotsam, out of Shower proof, by Mackintosh, out of Shower-bath (dam of winners), by Isinglass, out of Sprinkle (dam of winners), by Springfield (foaled February 22nd). CHESNUT FILLY-FOAL, by Procope. out of Cymodooe, by Maroovil, out of Cosette (dam of a winner), by Cyllene, out of Penitent (sister to Shotover and dam of Ravens- bury), by Hermit, out of Stray Shot, by Toxophilitc, out of Yaga, by Stockwell (foaled April 25th). CHESNUT COLT-FOAL, by William Rufus, out of Flving Gull, by The Gull, out of I Spy (dam” of Fine Buck and I See, winners), by Isinglass, out of Bit of Fun (dam of winners), by Merry Hampton, out of Tingl-Tangl, by Doncaster (foaled March 23rd). N.B. Isinglass, Merry Hampton, and Doncaster, all Derby Winners. STALLIONS. MACKINTOSH (1898), a Brown Horse (siro of many winners in England and abroad, in cluding Fnuche-le-Vent, a good winner in France, won £4200, was third to Snrdana- pale, beating Dagor, winner of French Derby. Nimbus, &c.), by Florizel II., out of Cullercoats, by Darby, out of Poldoody, by Beadsman, out of Caller Ou, by Stock- well. N.B. Mackintosh has three crosses of Queen Mary. Hc won over £40OO, and was unbeaten as a three-year-old. PROCOPE (1903), a Chesnut Horse (bred in France), by St. Bris (by St. Simon), out of Princess Bee, by Royal Hampton, out of Queen Bee, by Muncaster. N.B.– Procope won over £7000 in England and France, and ran in 46 races. He is the sire of winners, with few opportunities. Can be seen at the Hamilton Stud. New market.On FRIDAY, December 7th, The following YEARLINGS, the property of Brig.-Gcneral E. W. Baird. The proceeds will be given to the Newmarket v I led Cross Fund. BROWN FILLY, by Cock-a-hoop, out of Amaryllis, by St. A mailt, out of Carpatliia, 1)3* Sainfoin, out of Seroth, by St. Serf, out of Haresfoot, b3* Kilwarlin (foaled April 25th). CHESNUT FILLY, by Cock-a-hoop, out of Mey, by Martagon, out of Perdona, Tiy Per simmon. out of Lcch Doon, b3f Bread Knife (foaled February 25th). Can bo seen at Lanwade Hall Stud, NExning, near Newmarket. On Friday, December 7th, The. property of Miss Shirley Kellogg. TRINITY SQUARE, a Bay Horse, 6 years old (winner of 10 races), by Simon Square, out of Lady Tertius, by Tertius, out of Sym metry, by Distin likely to make a valuable stallion. HULLABALOO, a Bay Mare, 5 years old (winner of five races), by William Rufus. out of Musical Ride, by Galopin. out of Listen, by Charibert, out of Re-Echo, by Reverberation, out of Mabille, by Parmesan likely to make valuable brood mare. SLIPPERY ANNE, a Bay Filly, 2 years old (a winner), b3′ Buckwheat, out of Tauranga, by Laveno. out of Tere.’iska, by Isonom3 out of Yioletta, 1)3* Hermit. Will stand nt Qucensberry Lodge, Newmarket. On Frida3*, December 7th, The following TWO-YEAR OLD FILLIES, the property^ the Earl of Durham. POLICY, a Chesnut Filly, 2 years old, by Rochester, out of Polyxena by Polymelus, out of Chrysis, by Cliildwick, out of Rose- dew, b3r Rosebery. CHESNUT FILLY, 2 years old, by Rochester, out of Meloria, 1)3* Orion, out of Melinda, by Melton, out of Fame, bv Statesman. BAY FILLY, 2 years old, by Rochester, out of Anthea, by Thrush, out of Rhodanthe, by Aurum II., out of Primrose Day, by Sir Bevys. Can be seen at Lord Durham’s Stables, Exning, Newmarket. On Friday, December 7th, MARES, the property of Sir Thomas Dewar. BOLIDE II. (1908), a Chesnut Mare (bred in France winner of the French lOOOgs. and £4344), by Son o’ Mine (son of Isonomy bred in England, and winner of £2820, and was third in Jockey Club Stakes, won by^ Isinglass in France ho has sired the winners, to 1914, of about £123,000 on the flat and over obstacles. He is the sire of Querido, who won the Prix du President, de la Rdpublique, 4000 sov., and the Chester Cup, &c.), out. of Bolivie (also dam of the winners Borda, Bonnfors– winner of 10 races value £2200– Bolena, Bresles, and Blida II), by Trayles, out of La Dona-E- Mobile, by Gilbert; covered by Bruxted (by Forfarshire)– last service, May 10th, and believed to bo in foal. HAOKLER’S BEY (1907), a Chesnut Mare (not in the Stud Book winner of several steeple chases), 1)3* Kosmos Bey. out of a mare bv Hackler. out of a mare by Ascetic covered by Cyllene More last service, June 2nd, and believed to be in foal. Will stand nt Mr. W. 11. Manser’s, Cadland House, Newmarket. On Friday, December 7th, MARES, the property of Sir Ernest Cassel. WILLI A (1908), a Bay Mare1 (a winner), by William the Third, out of Gadfly (dam of Cylgad), by Hampton, out of Merry Duchess, by Speculum covered by Roi Hdrode last service, May 25th. Her oolt-foal by Roi Herode is retained. LUTE (1909), a Bay Mare (a winner), by William the Third, out of Luteola, by Martagon, out of Scene, by Springfield covered by Cylgad last service, June 4th Her colt-foal by Cylgad is retained. SCHOOL (1910), a Grey Mare, by Nabot, out of Doctrine, by Ayrshire, out of Axiom, by Peter, out of Electric Light, by Ster ling; covered by Hapsburg last service, April 10th. Her filly-foal this year by Cylgad met with an accident and had to be destroyed. Will stand at Moulton Paddocks, Newmarket. On Friday, December 7th, i Without reserve, the following BLOOD STOCK, the property of a Gentleman. BAY GELDING, 1914 (first foal), by King’s Proctor (by Persimmon), out of Eastwood House, by Easthorpe, out of Senses (dam of Senseless), by Raeburn (by St. Simon) likely to win hurdle races, broker* and ridden untried. N.B. Easthorpe (brother in blood to Mar tagon), b>* Bend Or, out of Jersey Lily, by Beauolerc, out of Tiger Lily, by Maoaroni. AMBltE (1915), a Chesnut Gelding (first foal), by St. Amant, out of Mabola (a good winner), by Martagon, out of Perchance (dam of many winners), by Persimmon, out of Golden Light, by Springfield, out of Sunshine, by Thormanby broken and ridden untried. BAY FILLY, 1915 (first foal), by Sir Archi bald, out of Troutburn, by Troutbeck. out of Cecilia, by Raeburn (by St. Simon), out of Lady Cecil, by Ossian broken and ridden untried. N.B.– This filly has two crosses of St. Simon blood. ltAEBURN’S GLASS (1911), a Bay Gelding (a good winner), by Rising Glass (by Isinglass), out of Miphanzi, by Raeburn likely to win hurdle races. YEARLINGS. BAY YEARLING COLT, by Rochester, out of Experience, by Robert le Diable, out of Wrinkles, bv Siinerir’r nut of Chemistry (dam of Thrush), by Charibert (foaled February 16th) not broken. N.B. Rochester is the sire of Roscius nnd iminv other winners. BAY YEARLING COLT (first foal), by Radium, out of Reprieve, by His Majesty, out of Hard Labour, by Matchmaker, out of Toil by Petrarch (foaled March 23rd) not broken. N.B. This colt is similarly bred to Clarissimus, winner of the 2000gs., who is by Radium, out of a grandnughter of Petrarch. Owing to the War all the above horses have been running out to grass up to the day of sale. Will stand at Mr. Livock’s, March House, New market..


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Issue 2307. - Vol 88

Dec, 01 1917

Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News