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PRICES FOR HORSES. CRAVEN ARMS SHOW AND SALE. BRAMPTON BRIAN HORSE WIN S CHAMPIONSHIP. Messrs. Jackson and McCartney, held their March Sale at the South Shropshire and Central Wales Horse Repository, Craven Arms, on the 4th inst., when they had a big entry of all classes j of horses stabled, but trade was not so brisk as at the last sale. The auctioneers offered £60 in prizes and the judges were Messrs. J. R. orris, Wrockwardine. Wellington, and R. Da vies, of High Excall, Wellington, who gave their awards as follows :— Class I.—Cart gelding or mare suitable for town -work, 4 years old or over.—1st (champion silver cup), Mr G. Howells, Brampton Brian, with a grand upstanding chestnut gelding, which made I 97 gns.; 2nd, Mr Lawton Moore, Brampton Brian, with a weighty bay gelding, which realised 100 gns.: 3rd, Mr T. W. Howard, Midley Park, I Craven Arms, with a bay gelding, and reserve, Mr G. Howells, Brampton Brian, with a chest- nut mare, which made 82 gns. Class II., gelding or mare suitable for lorry work.-I, Mr W. Williams, The Bold. Bridg- north, with a chestnut gelding which It sed 74 gns.; 2, Mr W. Yates, Hill Hutton, ^ndlow, with a chestnut gelding which made 79 guz.; re- serve, Mr T. B. Goodwin, Lower Stanage, Bramp- ton Brian, with a bay gelding which realised 81 gns.; and highly commended, Mr G. H. Price, Loughton, Burwarton, Bridgnorth with a brown gelding which made 72 gns. Class Ill., gelding or mare suitable for a gun- ner or vanner.-I, Mr D. P. John, Stanton Lacy, Ludlow, with a brown gelding which realised 59 gns.; 2, Mr W. Francis, Clunton, Aston-on- Clun with a bay gelding which made 71 gns.; re- serve, Mr J. Hupper, The View, Bucknell, with a grey mare which made 55 gns. and highly com- mended, Mr E. H. Winder, Felton, Ludlow, with a brown gelding. Class IV., Harness and saddle gelding or mare, 15 hands or o-ver.-I (champion silver cup), Mr R. J. Miles, Rock Hill, Clun. with a brown gelding; 2, Mr G. H. E. Evans, Letton Court, Presteigne, with a bay gelding; reserve, Mr R. Mellings, Bromfield, with a brown gelding; and highly commended, Mr G. Alden, Bedwas, with a dark chestnut gelding. 100 Guinea Gelding. The following are a few of the principal prices realised in the heavy ring, with the names of the -vendors :—Messrs. Lawton Moore, gay gelding, 100 gns.; G. Howells, chestnut gelding, 97 gns.; chestnut mare, 82 gns.; A. Goodwin, Llanhowell, 82 gns.; T. B. Goodwin, Lower Stanage, 81; D. Evans, Murlow Loge, 80 gns.; Mr Yates, Hill Hutton, 79 gns.; T. Evans, Kinbolton, 78 gns.; J. Hobby, Whitton, 75 gns.; J. R. Bithill, Long- ville, 75 gn; Mrs E. Rawlings, Tenbury, 75 gns.; J. Downes, Stanton Lacy, 75 gns.; M. T. Jones, Acton Burnell, 75 gns.; W. Williams, Burwarton, 74 gns.; J. Hamar, Trippleton, 73 and 44 gns.; D. Beddoes, Rowton, 73 gns; G. H. Price, Rowton, 72 gns.; W. Francis, Clunton, 71 gns. J. Price ,Burwarton, 71 gns.; S. Turner, Fainton Hall. 70 gns.; E. H. Windes, Filton, 70 gns.; T. Thomas Moore, Dolau, 70 gns.; G. Lake, Owlbury, 70 gns.; J. Davies, Wistanstow, 70 gns.; etc., etc. The next sale takes place on Saturday, April the 1st.

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