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MR. FRANK LLOYD'S HORSE SALES.

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MR. FRANK LLOYD'S HORSE SALES. Mr. Frank Lloyd opened his great horse sales at Wrexham on Tuesday, and continued on Wednes- day and Thursday. There was a large attendance of buyers from all the principal centres in England, and the horses were of a particularly fine class. Tuesday's sale was confined to harness horses and hunters, 15 and over. The judges were Mr Crow- hurst, F.R.C.V.S., Leamington, and Mr Draeon, of Swindon. Best mare or gelding over 15-3, first, Mr Geo. Lowe, Setchfield, Ludlow, sold at 65gs.; second, Mr Ed. Bailey, Altrincham, sold at 75gs. third, Sir Wyndham Hanmer, Bait., Redbrook, Whitchurch, sold at lOOgs. Best mare or gelding under 15-3, first, Mr Briscott, Llangollen, with a beautiful grey gelding sold at 81gs; second, Lady Puleston, sold in a pair at 90gs.; third, Air R. Whitfield, Liverpool, sold at 55gs. The following are the principal prices, on which changed bands --Pairs, Mr John Jones, Whitcgatc Farm. pair of hays, 140gs: Mr John Maddock, Alsager, pair of bays, 140gs. Wednesday's sale comprised hunters, hacks, and harness horses, principally over 15 hands, of which there were nearly 300 catalogued. The judges were the same as on the previous day, and made their awards as follows Best mare or gelding over 15-1, first, Mr A. O. Pullman, Northourhaii, Halifax, sold at 53gs.; second, Mr H. Mason, Kinnerly, sold at 43gs.; third, Mr John Patch ell, Hreat. Harwood. sold at 48gs. Best marc or gelding 15 hands and under 15-1, first. Mr Pull- man. Halifax, sold at 77gs.; second, Messrs Morris and Davies, Carnarvon; third, Mr Jones, Llan- gollen Fechain. Best mare or gelding not exceed- ing 15 hands, first, Mr Pullman, Halifax, sold at 50gs. second, Mr W. H. Lows, Alvanley Hall, Frodsham, sold at 37gs.; third, Mr R. Currie, Winsford. -+-

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