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HEREFORD HORSE SALES. A Keen Trade and a Record Clearanoe. What was perhaps the most successful of the series of sales conducted by Messrs Jackson and McOartney this Spring was held in the Cattle Market on Saturday last. Being the fourth sale this year it would not have been surprising had the entry of horses diminished in number, but this was not so, upwards of 250 being catalogued to pass under the hammer. The trade was undoubtedly the keenest yet experienced this year, all classes of animals changing hands at prices in favour of the vendor, a record clearance being effected. A. large number of buyers assembled from London and the principal provincial centres, English and foreign army contractors being strongly represented. The auctioneers had again brought forward an attractive prize list amounting to £ 35 in silver cups and cash awards, competition in the various classes exciting keen interest. The *udgo" in the heavy horse section were Messrs J K Hyslop, of Ivington Courr, Leominster, and G J Gittins, Woofferton while Messrs J Wilson, M.R.C. V. g., Nantwich, and Luke Cox, London, officiated in the light horse classes. The owners of the prize winners were as follows :—Best heavy cart gelding or mare (silver cup value £ 10), 1st prize, Mr G S Price, Homme Farm, Ross, who also took the second award. Smaller types of cart horses suitable for lighter work, 1st and 2nd prizes, Mr C H Matthews, Townsend Farm, Brampton Abbots, Mr E Lewis, Hill House Farm, Bromyard, being placed reserve, and Mr J R Hill, Orleton Manor, highly commended. For the best ride or drive horse over 15 hands (silver cup value £ 5), Mr E E Andrews, Sutton, Hereford, was awarded 1st prize 2nd, Mr M A Daw, Orchard Farm, Mordiford, Mr W Crump, Barnt House, Monkswood, being reserve, and Mr J H Yeomans, Withington, Hereford, highly commended. The following are a few of the prices realised in the heavy horse ring, with names of the vendors :—Mr C H Matthews, three geldings, 163 guineas; Mr G S Price, brown gelding, 71 gs; Mr J Lewis, brown mare, 58 gs Mr A B Brain, brown gelding. 53 gs Mr W G Farmer, brown gelding, 52 gs Mr J Joiltes, brown mare, 48gs; Mr M Matthews, bay gelding, 48 gs Mr F W Barling, bay gelding, 48 gs; Mr E Lewis, chestnut golding, 45 gs Mr A Reese, brown gelding 45 gs Mr J R Hill, bay mare, 44 gs Mr W James, bay mare, 44 gs Mr E P Bennett, brown gelding, 42 gs Mr H J L-tne, bay gelding, 42 gs Mr W E Taylor, brown mare, 42 gs Mr C F Goodwin, brown gelding, 41 gs; Mr J P Hill, brown mare, 41 go Mr W Griffiths, bay gelding, 41 gs Mr W J Brown, grey gelding, 41 gs Mr J Apperley, 1 r >wn mare, 41 ga Mr W Dale, bay mare, 40 gs Mr J H Powell, brown gelding, 40 gs Mr T C Bosley, brown gelding, 40 gs Mr H W hherratt, brown mare, 39 gs Mr W Crump, brown mare, 39 gs; Mr W E Winney, brown mare, 3B gs Messrs M and P Perkins, bay mare, 38 gs Mr W H Pinches, black gelding, 37 gs Mr F Cotton, brown mare, 36 go Mr W Teague, black gelding, 35 gs &c. In the light horse section :—Mr E C Andrews, bay- gelding, 45 gs 'Mr A Dawe, bay mare, 38 gs Mr A Haines, bay gelding, 34 gs Mr T J Eaton, bay gelding, 34 gs Mr W G Dale, roan gelding, 33 gs Mr E T Cave, brown gelding, 30 gs Mr W A H Rudge, cream mare, 251 gs Mr A Trumper, chestnut mare, 25 gs &c., &o. «

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