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TAItPORLEY HUNT RACES. I

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CHESHIRE HUNT. I -—-— ♦ POINT-TO-POINT RACES. I The annual Cheshire- Ilimfc Point to Point Races were decided over a course at Saighton on Thurs- day. The sun shone brilliantly during1.most of tlH" afternoon; the wind, thpugh still colli, was less piercing than at Tarpo:f y on tho previous day, and altogether the atmospheric conditions were decidedly favourable. The assembly was. largo and representative of the'Cheshire Hunt aad county families, and the scene v/as animated and pictur- esque. Among those present were the Duchess of Teck, the Duke of Westminster, Katharine Duchess of Vvestzmrister, Lord and Lifly Arthur Grosvenor. Lord Hugh Grosvenor, Lady Mary Grosvenor, Major Cavendish, the Hon. Cecil and Mrs. Parker, Lord Cole, Mr. S. H. Sandbach, Mr. Hubert M. Wilson, M.F.H.. Colonel Cholmon- deley, Mr. H. E. Wilbraham, Colonel Dixon, Mr. George Barbour, Air. Robert Barbour and Miss Barbour, Mr. Hugh Cholmondeley, Major J. M. Gordon, Mrs. Lyle Smyth and party (including Mr. Godfrey Lyle Smyth, the Misses Lyle Smyth, Major and Mrs. Hargreaves, and Mr. Wilfrid Parker), Mr. E. Lee Townshend, Mr. W. R. Court, Mr. J. L. Birkett, Mr. C. Bower Ismay, Mr. Hornby Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Littledale, Mr. J. H. Stock, M.P., and Mr. Stock, junr., Mr. James Tomkinson, M.P., and Mrs. Tomkinson, Mr. C. E. Tnornycroft, Mr. C. Threlfall and party, Mr. C. Uemst, Mr. McC ann, Colonel ?nd Mrs. Wilford LLoyd, Mr. J. W. Macfie, Mr. F. E. Cot ton, Colonel Tomkinson, Mr. E. Wiison Sweten- ham, Captain and Mrs. H-g?on. Mr. J. Howard, Mr. Rowley Conwy, Captain L. H. Jones, Mr. G. H. Warreu, Miss Lfoyd, Mr. and Mrs. Shires. Baron Von Trutzschbr, Major Kirkpatrick. Capl. Neil Haig. Mr. Burdur, Mrs. Hallam Parr, Mr. R. G. Peel., Captain Hobson, Mr. G. W. Morrison, Mr. Schroder, Mr. A. T. Neilsen, Mr. Oswald E. Moseley, Mr. Massey. Major A. L. Schrieber, Mr. D. Aikjnan, Mr. G. P. Sanday, Mr. A. E. Gibbs, Mr. W. Thorn, Mr. A. Reiss, Mr. A. V. Nield. Mr. H. Davenport, Mr. D. A. V. Colt Williams, (Colonel Hamerslay, Mr. Charles Garfit, Mr. Goo. Garfit, Mr. and Mrs H. Hewitt, Mr. Aleo F. Douglass. Mr. Percy Roberts, Major Oxiey. oW. The gathering took place on Mr. Charles Davies's farm, in a sloping field opposite Saighton Towers. The surroundings were delightful, and a splendid view could be obtained of a beautiful st rot oh of country. Away in the distance Eaton could easily be seen, with the hills forming a majestic background. The course lay over four milos of typ cally Cheshire hunting country, and described almost a circle, the winning field being tho same as that of the assembly. Lord Arthur Grosvenor officiated as starter, and Mr. Hubert M. Wilson and Mr. J. L. Birkett as judges. The stewards were the Duke of Westminster, Lord Arthur Grosvenor, Mr. H. M. Wilson, Mr. W. R. Court, Mr. E. Lee Townshend, and Mr. J. L. Birkett There were four events on the card, and some stiff riding was witnessed. A field of tiyenty turned out in the Light-weight Race, and Messrs. Tmsley hrought off an exciting victory, beating Major J. M. Gordon, who, on his Marcos, one of the two favourites, had made the running from the start till within about half-a-mile from home. An un- fortunate accident happened during this race. Mr. G. P. Sanday's Monajch II. broke its back two fences from the start, and had to be shot. Mr. Cyril Dewhurst, rdmg his Coney Grain, won the Welter Race in splendid style. He rode with fine judgment, and shook off his only challenger —the Duke of Westminster on Carden-aft-or taking the last fence. In tho Open Race the Duke rode Rainbow II., which was the favourite. His Grace made a strong bid for first honours, and was beaten by Mr. C -Bower Lmay, on his Toffee, by only about a length. The Farmers' Race resolved itself into a comfortable win for Mr. Thos. Sal- mon's Trueboy. Details: LIGHT-WEIGHT RACE for cup value £ 15; all horses to have been regularly hunted with Cheshire Hounds, and to be ridden by members of Tarporley Hunt, subscribers to Cheshire Hunt or Covert Fund or their sons. To be ridden in full hunting .mt> fVhf-Vi wnichLs over 12st. Mrs. Higson's PHANTOM Mr. F. Tinsley 1 Mr. J. Bolton Littledale's Warrior, Mr. J. Tinsley 2 Major J. M Gordon's Marcos .Owner 3 Major A. L. Schreiber's Penelope. Owner 0 Air. A. E. Gibbs' Warbler .Owner 0 Col. Cholmondeley's Red Start .Owner 0 Mr. C. Dewhurst's Recruit .Owner 0 Mr. G W. Morrison's Sea Duke .Owner 0 Mr. A. T. Neilson's Bridget Owner 0 Mr. W. Thorn's Aston. Owner 0 Duke of Westminster's His Grace Lord Hugh Grosvenor 0 Mr. E. W. Dixon's Canadian .Capt. Hobson 0 Lord Arthur Grosvenor's Grimsby Lord Cole 0 Mr. O. E. Moae!ey'n 'teMs Owner 0 Mr. J. de Knoop's W(,,xf(-)id Mr. A. H. Hornby 0 Mr. C. B. Ismay's Referee .Owner 0 Mr. J. B. Littledale's Pilot Ownur 0 Mr. G P. Sanday's Monarch I I Owner 0 Mr. H. Reynolds' Gambler.Mr. Reynolds, junr. 0 Mr. J. H. Stock's Spahi II Mr. Stock, junr. 0 Marcos led from the start with Canadian II in close attendance until about a mile from home, Canadian II. then dropped out, and Warrior and Phantom gained on Marcos. Phantom took the lead after the last fence and won by a length. Warrior was two lengths in front of Marcos. Lord H!lgh Grosvenor on His Grace was fourth. WALTER RACE. for cup value, £ 15 all horses to have been hunted with Cheshire Hounds, and to be ridden by members of Tarporley Hunt, subscribers to Cheshire Hunt or Covert Fund, or their sons. To be ridden in full hunting costume. Catch- weights over Hilt. Mr. è. Dewhurst's CORNET GRAIN .Owner 1 Duke of Westminster's Carden Owner 2 Mr. Andrew Wood's Sliugsby .Mr. Massey 3 Mr. W. Walker's Mr. C. H. Benton 0 blz- R. G.reelMTo;)hor:i .Owner 0 Major J M. Gordon's Fuller Owner 0 Mr. H. M Wilson's Red Skin,Mr. Cholmondeley 0 Mr. G. A. Rimington's Claythorpe, Mr. Thom 0 Three horses came to gnet on crossing the road the first time. In the end the race resolved itself into a struggle botweon Corner Urnin and Carden. After the last tence Coruey Grain drew away and won comfortably a bad third. OP EX RA(.U, for a Cl:.i) ValUO a!)OLlt .22,1 foi- lif)rses tha.t have never won a race (Point-to-Point excepted), and which have been regularly hunted during the season. To he ridden in hunting Mr. C. B. Isma.y's TOFFEE Owner 1 Duke of Westminster's Rainbow II.Owner 2 Mr. G. H. Warren's Sam Mr. J. Tinsley 3 Mr. G. W. Morrison's The Swallow Owner 0 Mr. A. V. Nield's Lir.1:tvady. Owner 0 Mr. G. H. Warren's Pharoah Mr. D, Aikman 0 Mr. C. Bower I?mny's Blue Rock, Capt. Hobson 0 I M: Frsuk Tinsley's Bluerock Owner 0 Sara wa? the leader when the road was first crottssed. At the foot of the hill leading to the witinir.g field Rainbow II. overtook Sam and was joined by Toffee, which won by a length three lengths separated second and third. FARMERS' RACE for enp value £20, or the money at the option of the winner; second, E5 third, £ 3. For bona-fide hunters, the property of tenant farmers residing and occupying their farms of not less than 50 acres within tbe lInn tn of the Cheshire Hunt. I Mr. Thomas uwner L I Mr. Oliver Hesketh's Ladybird II Owner 2 Mr. Albert Major's Ping Pong III.. Mr. Massey 3 j Mr. A. E. Hesketh's Mining Link Owner 0 j Mr. Urban Major's reter I If. Lord Hugh Grosvenor 0 Mr Urban Major's Foxcatcher Baron Von Trutzschler 0 Mr. W Smith's Maude's Pride .OwIler 0 Mr. John Simpson's Adderley Owner 0 Mr. Saml. Trelfa's Surprise Owner 0 Mr. E. Bird's Reeky 8harp. Owner 0 Mr. Norman Brassey's Gertrudius .Owner 0 Mr. Mr. Hornby 0 Mr. Richard Fearnall's The Gift Owner 0 e _11- • 1 lrueuoy won cornroruuuv ny ur e\el1 jtrugiua. L:tdybird II. and Ping Pong III. were separated by about a length.

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