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There are now several of the best hunters in England got by Conundrum.
Good grass, and proper care taken of mares.
CROP will cover racing mares at Darsham-Hall, near Yoxford, Suffolk, paying only 5s. to the
groom. Hunting and other mares at 13, and half a crown each.
The two following, at Joseph Ryder's, at King's
He was got by Spečtator, dam by Blank, grand dam by Crab, out of Mr. Panton's Widdrington. marce
Damper's dam was own fister to Rocket, and was the dam of Plunder.
N. B. Damper won twenty-one 50l. Plates, one Royal Plate, four Matches, and one Sweep stakes.
WHIPCORD will cover a moderate number mares, at 5gs each. - * * Whipcord is a horse of fize, bone, and symmetry. He is own brother to Woodpecker.
Ryder has orders not to let him cover more than once a day.
N. B. It is recommended to Gentlemen, to pay attention to the rule of not suffering their mares to go with geldings for a confiderable time after covering.—Ryder has provided pastures.
DIOMED, at Barton, near-Bury St. Edmund's, at 5gs a mare, and 5s, the groom.
The three following (the property of Col. O'Kelly) at Epsom, Surrey.
ECLIPSE will cover (25 mares) at 30gs a mare, and one guinea the groom.
VOLUNTEER, at 5gs a mare, and 5s, the groom.
VERTUMN&S, at 2gs a mare, and 2s. 6d. the groom. Good grass, and proper care. The money to be paid before the mares. are taken away.
He was got by Eclipse, his dam by Mr. Williams's Forrester, his grand dam by the Coalition colt, his great grand dam by Buffard, out of Lord Leigh's famous Molly, &c. &c.
Erasmus will cover any mare grati, that has won a Plate, or bred a winning Racer; all others to pay a guinea and half a crown.
Fitzherod's blood is truly very valuable, as , being one of the best bred sons of King Herod's in England; he has three times the Darley Arabian in him, which was the fire of . Childers, twice Old Fox, and twice Partner.
Good grass for mares, with care.
Chalfont Lodge is 5 miles from Uxbridge, and 20 from London.
A WHITE ARABIAN, at zogs each mare, and 1os. 6d. the groom.
A chESNUT ARABIAN, at logs a mare, and ... 10s. 6d. the groom.
.N. B. The above Arabians are remarkably well fhaped, and very boney.
mare, and Rs. the groom. y 5 gr The
HIGHFLYER, at Ely, Cambridgeshire, at 15gs a mare, and half a guinea the Groom. He is a certain foal-getter, and gets more colts than fillies.
He was got by Eclipse, his dam by Sweeper,
“his grand dam by Tartar, which was Mercury’s
dam. Sweeper was a good runner, got by Slow, which got the grand dam of the Yellow filly,