Racing Calendar: Containing an Account of the Plates, Matches, and Sweepstakes, Run for in Great-Britain and Ireland, &c. in the Year ..., Volume 94

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A. Grant, 1866 - Horse racing

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Page xli - ... it unless the forfeits be paid for every horse which does not start, belonging to him, or standing in his name, or in the same name as the horse which runs, as well as the stakes for those which do.
Page xli - ... notes, payable on demand, and be paid into the hands of the person appointed by the Stewards to receive the same; and in default thereof by any person, he shall pay the whole stake as a loser, whether his horse came in first or not, unless such person shall have previously obtained the consent of the party or parties with whom he is engaged to his not staking.
Page xiii - The charge for postage is not included in the above prices to non-subscribers. The Volumes for former years may be had, in lots, at a reduced price, according to the number taken. Subscribers commencing during the season, and not requiring the back numbers of the year, pay in proportion, but all subscriptions expire on the 31st of December.
Page lvii - Towards defraying the expense of repairing the course and exercise ground, one guinea annually shall be paid in respect of every race-horse that shall be trained or exercised, or that shall run any private trial or public race thereon. And the same shall be paid by the stable-keeper or servant having the care of such horse, and be charged by him to the owner of such horse.
Page xlix - ... be made either by the owner, jockey, or groom of the horse, to one of the Stewards, to the Keeper of the Match-book, to the Judge of the race, to the Clerk of the Course, or to the person appointed to weigh the jockies.
Page xxxv - NB The certificate, when properly signed, is payable at three days' sight to the winner of the Plate (or to any other person, if endorsed by the winner) at the Office of the Clerk of her Majesty's Stables in the Royal Mews, Pimlico. The Plates at Chester, Hampton, Goodwood...
Page xxxiii - Stewards, or those whom they may appoint, shall have power to order an examination of the horse's mouth by competent persons, and to call for all such evidence as they may require, and their decision shall be final, unless they shall sanction the removal of the question in dispute into a Court of Law.
Page lv - ... per cent. shall be allowed. All forfeits shall be paid before twelve o'clock at night of the day fixed for the race, and on those forfeits which shall not be so paid the deduction for the timely declaration of such forfeit shall not be allowed.
Page xlii - ... 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 was a condition that the winner was to be sold with his engagements, this also is sufficient.
Page lv - Match-book the name or description of the horse, &c., sealed up, which shall be kept till six o'clock on the Saturday evening of that week ; and if not accepted, or only one challenger, to be returned unopened : but if accepted, or if more than one challenger, to be then opened and declared a match, or sweepstakes of 200 sov.

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