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ABERDEEN ANGUS.

ABERDEEN ANGUS.

entries) —1 William Trail, H. A. Holmes Fairfield, 3 William Middler, William Reith, 5 Alexander Oowe, William L. Wil•on. Dunnydeer, ln«ch. Cobs, mares geldings, not under 3 years ■Re. over 14 hands and not exceeding 15 hands (1 entry)—l William Trail. Aberdeen
July 21, 1916 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Merit List-

The Merit List-

List- Greek History, Advanced—Order Merit, 10. William Trail, Stricben ; 11, Arthur Robson, Fraserburgh. _ Prizes for Examination on Summer Reading, Ordrr ol Merit—7, Arthur Robson, Fraserburgh ; 9, William Trail, Strichen. Prizes for Summer Exercise in Greek
March 30, 1926 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CULTER HIGHLAND GAMES.

CULTER HIGHLAND GAMES.

J. A. Pirie, Aberdeen. Horse, jumping (3 entries)—l William Trail, Aberdeen (Aviator).; William Trail, Aberdeen (Blink Benny). Pony trotting (5 entries)—l William Trail (Young George). 2 William Trail (Miss Kennelwood). 3 G. Rennae, (Nowmachar, Pony ra
July 29, 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN SUMMER SHOW.

ABERDEEN SUMMER SHOW.

best draught mare or filly in the snowyard. Light-Legged Hor^s. There was good display of hglit-l«nred horses, and Mr William Trail, Aberdeen Riding Academy won the Pittodrie Challenge Cup for the best hackney with Bonnieview, a beautiful after Mathiaa
July 22, 1915 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN

UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN

Nicholas Schmidt, Budapest, Hungary,; William T. Brown. Thomas J. Laing, Glenlivet, and John P. Mackenzie, Aberdeen equal; 10 William Trail, Strichen; 1 Arthur Fraserburgh, and Robert C. Baanerraau, Aberdeen —equal; L-a. M. AHan, Aberdeen. Prizes for Examination
March 25, 1926 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CATTLE SHOWS.

CATTLE SHOWS.

horso driving, Wallace again being runner-up. The all-comers' trotting mat-oh won William 31achattie, Keith, while Mr William Trail, of the Riding Academy, Aberdeen, members' trotting match. The following l the sports prize-list;— Driving (14.2 hands
August 14, 1907 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BOYAL NORTHERN SHOW AT ABERDEEN.

BOYAL NORTHERN SHOW AT ABERDEEN.

LIGHT=LEGGED HORSES. There was good display of light-legged horses, and the judge was W. Brown, Siiver- Ibajik, Banchory. Mr William Trail, Aberdeen Riding Academy, was first and second in the for roadsters, mares or geldings over three veare of age and exceeding
July 23, 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROYAL NORTHERN SHOW AT ABERDEEN.

ROYAL NORTHERN SHOW AT ABERDEEN.

are 'stylish horses with plenty of dash. the olass for mares geldings not under three years, .and exceeding 15 hands, Mr William Trail, Aberdeen Riding Academy, was the leader with Rosebush, a .chestnut mare well known in southern She has four beautiful
July 24, 1914 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UGHT-LEGGED HORSES,

UGHT-LEGGED HORSES,

Roadsters mares, or geldings, not under 3 years age, exceeding 15 hands (9 entries) —1 and 2 William Trail, Aberdeen Riding Academy, Queen’s Cross, Aberdeen; 3 Alexander we, 1 Castle Road, Ellon; William Wisely and Sons, Ltd., 31 Virginia
July 23, 1915 - Aberdeen Weekly Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CO-OPERATION IN THE NORTH

CO-OPERATION IN THE NORTH

trotting match—l and 2 William Trail, Riding Academy, Aberdeen; John Sutherland, RloonuiiikL, Deskford. Driving, 13 and under 14.2 hands—l and 2 W. Watson; 3 A. M. Grant, wine merchant, Rothes. Open GaUop. any height—l William Trail; A. Murdoch, Bog-ton
August 15, 1912 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland