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SECOND DAY.

SECOND DAY.

The CHADDESDEN THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP of 500 sore, for three-year-olds only; the lowest weight not to be lees than 7st: winners (selling races of lees value then 140 sore excepted) extra; the second to receive 50 Dove and the third 25 sore out of the plate; entrance 2 sins. and
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WATERLOO, 1879.

WATERLOO, 1879.

Four Puppies Fight It. Out. Misterton's year does not awaken many agreeable recollections; indeed the Water. 100 records would be all the richer in pleasant memories if the anniversary of 1879 could be blotted out. Bad coursing, weather through January and early February gave wa
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUNTING. Exciting Work in the Lake Country. There•is a rare scent in the Lake Country now. Feeble whimpers have been

HUNTING. Exciting Work in the Lake Country. There•is a rare scent in the Lake Country now. Feeble whimpers have been

changed into full. melodious choruses. This is not to say. however. that all hunts have been brought to a triumphant conclusion. The impregnable borrans to which foxes have access almost everywhere forbid success every time a fox is hunted. Yet on the whole the foot, packs opera
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PR ICE TWOPENCE.

PR ICE TWOPENCE.

Telegrams: N - 8
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEWBURY LATEST. BERKSHIRE HURDLE RACE. Good Prospects for the Final Day. OUR TRAVELLINO CORRESPONDENT.) Newbury, Friday. The concluding day's fare

NEWBURY LATEST. BERKSHIRE HURDLE RACE. Good Prospects for the Final Day. OUR TRAVELLINO CORRESPONDENT.) Newbury, Friday. The concluding day's fare

at Newbury looks full of promise, and if there is anything like a decent field for the Berkshire Hurdle Race we should see a moat interesting oonteet. The Lambourn teepleohase also will provide useful pointers, giving us another view of ono of the most promising of young srteepl
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
5 • LANCE. [COPYRIGHT.] argate, 4 1-VENIZELOS Mat 10th) won three-parts (gave length and from Toilet (roc 51h) IPSO Buenaenerte

5 • LANCE. [COPYRIGHT.] argate, 4 1-VENIZELOS Mat 10th) won three-parts (gave length and from Toilet (roc 51h) IPSO Buenaenerte

(evens), with WILL SCARLET fifth, (reo 51h1 sixth, Notts. Deo 13 (13. m). See Off (cave the Mark. tu•ther 0 1 0-OFF THE MARK (11st 71b) fell, Derby. Dee 19 (1 ml. Wen twenty lengths and neck from STORMYRUIT (gave Sib) and MARSIN d ( evens ), with VENIZELOS (gave 51b) fourth is r
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANGLERS AND ANGLING. Rain to the Rescue. Signs of Early

ANGLERS AND ANGLING. Rain to the Rescue. Signs of Early

DRING the (liristinas holidays the clubroom has evidently Lcen much more in favour that: the river side, and quite tight, too, fur in such rough weather as we experienced in the North it was not much use setting out. Some of the arrangements were earriod through, but the majorit
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Coons sie, the winner of the Waterloos Cup in 1877 and 1888, itoni nn uld

Coons sie, the winner of the Waterloos Cup in 1877 and 1888, itoni nn uld

Coons sie, the winner of the Waterloo s Cup in 1877 1888, itoni nn uld painting. the country. and he died rather tamely in a covert. Another made a more determin e d bid for freedom. and furnished a eharp hunt along the bank. of the Derwent to Dun. thwaite. Hound., from start to
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Powderhall Handicap. Newcastle • 1100

Powderhall Handicap. Newcastle • 1100

STOP-PRESS NEWS. 7", • arriving nt Edinburgh train from the South, as North and West, and of tho I.edest rian beginning to bold their Hogmanay bearing. bold rumours are as rife • this and that lad who a preparation for the , my Scottish eorrespon the time of wiring there inspire
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SPECIAL TRAINS FROM

SPECIAL TRAINS FROM

PADDINGTON to STATION on COURSE In 60 Minutes. 8/- Return. 10-37, 11-2, 11-15, Members and Ist Class only 11-32. A Special Train at cheap fares will also run from Acton at 10-20, calling at Ealing 10-25, Southall 10-40, West Drayton 10-54, Slough 11-5. Taplow 11-20, Maidenhead 1
December 31, 1921 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England