The Racing Calendar: Steeple chases past, for the year ..., Volume 3

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Sold at the Publishers' Office., 1869 - Horse racing

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Page xxiii - Stewards, at the expiration of which time, if the qualification be not proved to the satisfaction of the Stewards, he shall not be entitled to the prize, though his horse shall have come in first ; but it shall be given to the owner of the second horse. When the qualification of a horse is objected to after that time, the person making the objection must prove the disqualification.
Page xvi - ... remain under the same disabilities as if the purchaser had been the original subscriber. In all cases of sale by private treaty, the written acknowledgment of both parties that the horse was sold with the engagement is necessary to entitle either buyer or seller to the benefit of this rule...
Page xxiii - ... without so doing, the prize shall be withheld for a period to be fixed upon by the Stewards, at the expiration of which time, if the qualification be not proved to the satisfaction of the Stewards, he shall not be entitled to the prize, though his horse shall have come in first, but it shall be given to the owner of the second horse. When the qualification of a horse...
Page xxi - Claim of liable to be claimed by the owner of any other horse in the race for the price for which he is entered to be sold, and the amount of the stake — the owner of the second horse to be first entitled to claim...
Page xx - No person shall start more than one horse of which he is the owner, either wholly or in part, and either in his own name or that of any other person, for any race for which heats are run.
Page ix - For a plate, no person can run, either in his own name or in that of any other person, two horses of which he is wholly or in part owner, unless permitted to do so by a special clause in the conditions.
Page xvi - ... necessary to entitle either buyer or seller to the benefit of this rule ; but when the horse is sold by public auction the advertised conditions of the sale are sufficient evidence, and if he has been claimed as the winner of a race of which it.
Page xxvi - Newmarket, should appear in the published Forfeit List as a defaulter for stakes or forfeits, or be reported by the Committee of the Subscription Rooms at Newmarket or at Messrs Tattersall's, as being a defaulter for bets lost on horse racing, the Stewards shall cause notice to be sent to him that if his default be not cleared by a time to be stated in the said notice (not to exceed three months) his...
Page xx - In running of heats, if it cannot be decided which horse is first, the heat goes for nothing, and they may all start again, except it be between two horses that had each won a heat.
Page xi - Weatherby's office in London. No horse, though foaled in the United Kingdom, which has been exported before running in any public race, and is afterwards brought into this country to run, shall be qualified to start until the owner or person in charge of the horse has produced a certificate of his age, signed as above. The production of these certificates shall not preclude the Stewards from ordering an examination of the horse's mouth by a Veterinary Surgeon appointed by themselves, as provided...

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