Racing Town

Racing Town

Author: Lydia Minahan

Publisher:

ISBN: 0953708802

Category: Newmarket (Suffolk, England)

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The Changing Face of Newmarket

The Changing Face of Newmarket

And so King Charles ' s main contribution to present - day Newmarket was not his
palace but horse racing . He was the first man actually to establish racing stables
in the town , called today Palace House Stables and occupied by Bruce Hobbs ...

Author: Peter May

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015049814158

Category: Newmarket (England)

Page: 81

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Racing Illustrated

Racing Illustrated

Moving southward a few years subsequently Viney entered the service of James
Godding at Newmarket , a trainer at that time ... was initiated into the mysteries of
a racing stable at Kingsclere , where he served an apprenticeship to John Porter .
... through whose machinations the four year old Maccabæus had been enabled
to run for and win Hudsagere TONDON. ... which were trained in the vicinity of
Eastbourne - a very different Eastbourne in those days from the town which the
late ...

Author:

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ISBN: MINN:31951002790770H

Category: Horse racing

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The Sporting review ed by Craven

The Sporting review  ed  by  Craven

Newmarket is a picturesque - looking little town , situate on the verge of a vast
area of heath or rough sheep - land ... There is a fine old ruined palace of King
Charles II . , with its court - yard and racing stables , yards and paddocks at the
top of ...

Author: John William Carleton

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555014823

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The national encyclop dia Libr ed

The national encyclop  dia  Libr  ed

It crystallizes in ing week comes the Newmarket Spring Meeting with the
deliquescent prisms , soluble in water and alcohol ... salts , also at Newmarket , is
run the first of the great three - yearhaving the general formula C.H.MOE . old
races , the Two ... It is tribasic , and forms a number of quaint old town on the Dee
, is the next event , but is now salts having the general ... 15 mile , called the
Cambridgeshire , run national extravagance when a horse from French stables at
the Newmarket ...

Author: National cyclopaedia

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:600046801

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Royal Newmarket

Royal Newmarket

As these presents and His Majesty ' s racing successes suggest , the King ' s stud
and stable were of the best . ... was concerned , an affair which gave rise to as
complicated a piece of roguery as ever was seen at the old racing town . A
certain ...

Author: Robert Charles Lyle

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015082296776

Category: Horse racing

Page: 108

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Handbook for Essex Suffolk Norfolk and Cambridgeshire

Handbook for Essex  Suffolk  Norfolk  and Cambridgeshire

Old - fashioned transactions in a satisfactory manner , saddling - stables and
battered Steand instances have been known of wards ... are visible on the made
amenable to Newmarket laws . different courses - about a dozen in * The town of
Newmarket is pic number . ... the greater part of the CambridgeThe whole town is
interspersed with shire ; so that there are all sorts of racing stables , from one end
to ...

Author: John Murray (Firm)

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HNNVJ8

Category: Cambridgeshire (England)

Page: 472

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Categories: Cambridgeshire (England)

The Carriage Journal

The Carriage Journal

The coaches moved in procession through the town of Ascot and the gaily
dressed crowds of race-goers. ... After which the landaus with their scarlet coated
out-riders, postilions and footmen assemble at the old stables. ... From July 8th to
12th, we visited Newmarket in Suffolk, the home of Thoroughbred racing in
England.

Author: Thomas Ryder

Publisher: Carriage Assoc. of America

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 48

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View from the Box Getting the Grain to Market Ed Sampson's Carriage House Memories, Mostly Harsy . Carriage Clocks . . . . . Carriage Association of America Pleasure Driving Marathon . An American Four-in-Hand in Britain and France The Stallion Importers .. Forging, Overreaching and Clicking . Book Reviews . . . · · · · · · Questions & Answers . Letters to the Editor The Carriage Trade
Categories: History

Turf Field and Farm

Turf  Field  and Farm

Westchester Racing Association - May 6 to 25 and October 2 to 21 ( 35 week
days ) . ... The stables in Newmarket are made of brick . ... The Bury Hill and
Limekilns are on the northeast side of town , while Cambridge Hill and the race
tracks are on the southwest side . There are three stands , one at the head of
High street , where the old Cambridgeshire finishes , the other the new grand
stand , where the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000055560030

Category: Agriculture

Page:

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Categories: Agriculture

A Dictionary Geographical Statistical and Historical

A Dictionary  Geographical  Statistical  and Historical

This institution has the level of the town ; and even in its lower stages it is above
finest cabinet in the U. States , a good ... is the great drawback upon The stables
are most extensive , and are fitted up with New Orleans , and is sufficient almost
to neutralise her every convenience . ... the old city are losty , ornamented
Newmarket became celebrated for its races ; and Charles with tasteful cornices
and iron ...

Author: John Ramsay McCulloch

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555002661

Category: Commercial geography

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Categories: Commercial geography

A Dictionary Geographical Statistical and Historical of the Various Countries Places and Principal Natural Objects in the World

A Dictionary  Geographical  Statistical  and Historical  of the Various Countries  Places and Principal Natural Objects in the World

This institution has the level of the town ; and even in its lower stages it is above
finest cabinet in the U. States , a good ... to the Jockey Cluh . the mortality of
Boston , is the great drawback upon The stables are most extensive , and are
fitted up ... In the early part of the reign of Charles I. , The houses ( whichr in the
old city are lofty , ornamented Newmarket became celebrated for its races ; and
Charles ...

Author: John Ramsay MacCulloch

Publisher:

ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000128365

Category:

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Truth

Truth

won , not carry the proper weight in a race which it recently Prince Charles bas
resigned his place on the committee , and the Club is in a state of acute crisis . ...
The Duke of Queensbury was the notorious “ old Q. , " who was better known on
the turf as Lord March . ... Lord Rosebery has sent seven yearlings to Matthew
Dawson's stables at Newmarket , including the colt by Town Moor out of
Kermesse ...

Author:

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ISBN: NYPL:33433095211094

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A Topographical Dictionary of England

A Topographical Dictionary of England

On the 22nd thodists ; and a school for the gratuitous instruction of March , 1683 ,
being the time of the races , the King , of ... L a mile ( S. W. ) from Penzance ,
containing of Lady Cutts , of Childerley , to Newmarket , on the 9th 2345
inhabitants . ... finest in the kingdom ; the former is on a grassy fisheries , which
are carried on here and at Mousehole , heath near the town ... of York during the
meetings ; belongand Wesleyan Methodists . ing to it are extensive stables for the
king's horses .

Author: Samuel Lewis

Publisher:

ISBN: BML:37001102921736

Category:

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The Original Thoroughbred Times Racing Almanac 2005

The Original Thoroughbred Times Racing Almanac 2005

Racing has been held at Newmarket , a Suffolk town 60 miles northeast of
London , for more than 350 years . ... ideal place to race his horses , his son ,
Charles II , created the course and the straight mile derives its name from his
nickname , " Old Rowley . ... approximately 20 miles north of Paris , is held every
June in front of the palatial Les Grandes Ecuries ( literally , " the big stables " )
and the Chateau ...

Author: Thoroughbred Times

Publisher: I5 Press

ISBN: 1931993572

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 846

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This book is a fan's treasure trove of racing information featuring hundreds of pages of information on racetracks, trainers, owners and a directory on the sport's organizations.
Categories: Games & Activities

The London and Paris Observer

The London and Paris Observer

The Earl of Durham has retired , but when Mr. with a dozen or more race - horses
in his stalls , and those of the Lambton he ... Chifney were stable - boys to Earl
Grosvenor at were more we must give Lord Lowther the pas , not only from eight
... but from Newmarket , but the land not being suited for it , in addi- dirty town , in
which he once drove a hackney - coach . ... for besides his winnings , Newmarket
, -Eaton among the rest , —with old Victoria , and amounting to fourteen hundred
 ...

Author:

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10711607

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The New Sporting Magazine

The New Sporting Magazine

of the town that he is to run for the Port Stakes , which , by the bye , will be one of
the most interesting races of the spriog , as ... In a stable where so much mystery
is observed , it is quite impossible to get at the right nag ; indeed , I much
qnestion ... in strong exercise at Newmarket : Monc Adam , Bretby , Colt out of
Tranby's dam , Richard Roe , and David Gellatly . ... Troilus has also trained on
well , and will take some beating this year ; and Hybiscus and the old mare ,
Lucetta , have a ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435026385633

Category: Hunting

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Categories: Hunting

The Newmarket Bury Thetford and Cromer Road

The Newmarket  Bury  Thetford  and Cromer Road

THE RACE - COURSES 157 XXV THE flat - racing season at Newmarket - and
incidentally the flat - catching season also ... nearest the town , where the historic
Red Post , the Duke ' s Stand , and some of the old saddling - stables still remain
 ...

Author: Charles George Harper

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433067371678

Category: England

Page: 358

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Categories: England

The Standard American Encyclopedia of Arts Sciences History Biography Geography Statistics and General Knowledge

The Standard American Encyclopedia of Arts  Sciences  History  Biography  Geography  Statistics  and General Knowledge

Horse - racing . Running.- Probably the earliest in - course ; there were six
competitors , the property of as stance of H. recorded in ... of an oval or kite shape
, about 1 m . around the was added in the 33d ; while other variations ( such as
two town moor . ... old colts , and the 1,000 Guineas , for fillies , were Newmarket
had become common , for we find that Basto ... that at which the if few in number ,
to a public training - stable , or else , when St. Leger was establisiied in 1776 by
Col.

Author: John Clark Ridpath

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433003245358

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Page:

View: 785

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The People s Cyclopedia of Universal Knowledge with Numerous Appendixes Invaluable for Reference in All Departments of Industrial Life

The People s Cyclopedia of Universal Knowledge with Numerous Appendixes Invaluable for Reference in All Departments of Industrial Life

Horse - racing . Running . – Probably the earliest in - course ; there were six
competitors , the property of as stance of H . recorded in ... of an oval or kite
shape , about 14 m . around the was added in the 33d ; while other variations (
such as two - town moor . ... old colts , and the 1 , 000 Guineas , for fillies , were
Newmarket had become common , for we find ... that at which the if few in number
, to a public training - stable , or else , when St . Leger was establisiied in 1776 by
Col .

Author:

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ISBN: UOM:39015086601112

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