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HORSE FLESH. I FINE SHOW AND SALE AT HEREFORD. IMPROVED PRICES. Nearly 250 horses, heavy and light, were entered for Messrs. Jackson and McCartney's February Hereford Sale, and the majority were of prime quality, coming from a wide area far beyond the confines of the county of Hereford. The heavy horse section was particularly fine, and the light horses also showed a big improve- ment, whilst some very promising unbroken colts were on offer. The judging was entrusted to Mr E. W. Sankey, Warrington, and Mr Perry, Winslow, Bucks, who had charge of the heavy, and Mr J. E. Jones, Treworgan, and Mr V. Parry, Glewstone, Ross, who sorted out the parcel vanners and light horses. Con- siderable interest was taken in the march rounds and trials, and on the whole the judging gave every satis- faction. The winner in the heavy division was a mas- sive, clean-legged, 5-year-old bay gelding, bought by Mr Lane, bailiff for Captain Hinckes at Hereford, twelve months ago. There was an exceptionally strong en- try, considering the backward condition of work owing to the severo weather during the last five weeks. Im- proved prices were made, the top being 115gs., the same as realised at Craven Arms a fortnight ago. Unbroken colts sold better, and light horses fetched satisfactory prices. The Prize-winners. The sum of £50 was offered in prize money, and the following were the winners:— Cart Geldings and Mares: Capt. Hinckes, Mansel Lacy, old or over: 1st, champion silver cup. Captain R. T. Hinckes, Mansel Court, bay gelding; 2nd, Mr 1). Wat- kins, bay gelding; 3rd, Mr T. L. Walker, Knightwick, Worcester; r, Mr Morris, Monkhall, Callow, dark brown gelding. Gelding or mare suitable for lurry work, 16 hands or over: 1, Mr Morris; 2, Mr M. Crockett, Mathern, Chep- stow, bay gelding, "Captain"; 3, Mr Victor Parry, Glew- stone, Ross, bay gelding; r, Mr F. J. Chamberlayne, Sandhurst, Gloucestershire, brown gelding. Gelding or mare. suitable for a parcel vanner or gun- ner. under 16 hands: 1, Mr W. D. Lane, Llanvetherine, Abergavenny, dark brown gelding; 2, Mr Tom Maddocks, Tredillion Farm, Abergavenny, bay gelding; r, Mr J. T. Rogers, Castle Froome, brown gelding. Ride or drive gelding or mare, 15 hands or over: 1, Mr T. Jones, Sugwas, Hereford, brown hunter gelding; 2. J. W. Robinson, Peterstow, Ross, bay gelding; r, Mr H. C. Moore, Hereford, chestnut gelding. A prize of 910 cash was given for the be-st pair of cart geldings or mares realising 180gs. or over, and this was won by Mr T. L. Walker, of Knightwick. who made 105gs. a.nd 93gs. for a pair of geldings, total 198gs. Appended is a list of principal vendors and prices made: Cart Geldings and Mares Capt. Hinckeis, Mansel Lacy, bay gelding, llogs.; Mr Morris, Monkhall, dark brown gelding, 110; Mr Waiker, Knightwick, bay gelding, 105; Mr Crockett, Chepstow, bay gelding, 100 f Mr Matthews, Brampton Abbots, brown gelding, 98; Mr Walker, Knightwick, bay gelding, 93; Mr Parry, Glewstone, bay gelding, 92; Mr Skyrme, Madley, bay gelding, 90; Mr Price, Ross, bay gelding, 88; Mr Morris, Yazor, bay gelding, 85; Mr Howard, Craven Arms, black geldirig, 85; Sir F. Cawley, Bart., M.P., brown gelding. 85; Mr Price, Ros. bay gelding, 85; Mr Richards, Staunton-on- Wye, black gelding, 83; Mr Millichamp, Hereford, bay gelding, 83; Mr Parry, Caerleon, brown mare, 82; Mr Goodwin. Leominster, bay mare, 81; Mr Stephens, Pem- bridge, dark brown gelding. 81: Mr Watkins, Bredwar- dine, brown gelding, 80; Mr Hall, The Field, Hereford, dark bay Shire mare, 80; Mr Williams, Allensmore, bay gelding, 80; Mr Bedford, Whitwick Manor, grey mare, 80; Mr Watkins, Clifford, brown mare, 78; Mr Rogers, Castlo Froome, brown gelding, 78; Mr T. R. Thompson, Penarth, chestnut mare, 78; Mr Powell, Allensmore, bay mare. 77; Mr Paske, Hampton Bishop, black gelding, 76; Mr Gecrge, Sarnesfield, bay mare, 76; Mr Farr, Pandy, bay gelding, 75; Mr Morgan, Great Triley, grey gelding, 74; Mr Hill. Orleteon, brown mare, 74; Mr Lang- ford, Hereford, bay gelding. 74; Mr Wathen, Clehonger, bay gelding, 74; Mr Hall, Credenhill, bay gelding, 73; Mr Hyde, Bromyard, bay gelding, 72; Mr Hyde, Brom- yard, bay mare, 72; Mr Matthews, Brampton Abbots, brown gelding, 72; Mr Whittall, Brilley, dark bay mare, 71; Mr Cole, Junior, Foy, brown gelding. 71; Mr Dav- ie.s, Madley, black gelding, 70; Mr Hyde, Bromyard, bay mare, 70; Mr Moore, Hereford, bay mare, 70; Mr Farr, Ledbury, brown gelding, 70; Mr Price, Mansell Gamage, dark brown mare, 70; Mr Risdale, Bristol, black gelding, 70; Mr Robinson, Peterstow, bay gelding, 70; Mr Price, Govilon, white gelding, 70: Mr Lawrence, Boughrood, dark brown mare, 69; Mr Stephens. Brilley, chestnut gelding, 69; Mr Meredith, Clyro, dark brown liou,-hrocxlg, elding, '%IaDn-ing, St. Weonards, bai. gelding, gelding, 69; Mr Manning, St.. Weonards, bay gelding, 69; Mr Bishop, Allensmore, dark brown mare, 69; Mr Howard, Craven Arms, brown gelding, 68; Messrs. Grif- fiths, Titley, brown gelding, 68; Mr Morgan, Dorstone, light bay gehling, 68; Mr Lewis, Raglan, brown geld- ing. 67: Mr Jordan, Kimbolton, roan mare, 66; Mr Blashill, Grafton, bay gelding, 66; Mr Brain, Hereford, brown gelding, 66: Mr Harris, Broekhampton, bay mare. 66; Mr Leach, Pontrilas, light brown mare, 65; Mr Waring, Vowchurch, brown mare, 65: Mr Taylor, Cowarne, grey gelding, 65; Mr Langford, Hereford, chestnut mare, 65; Mrs Wood, Thruxton, brown mare, 65: Mr Watkifl"s, Clifford, brown mare, 64; Mr Watkins, Clifford, bay mare, 64; Mr Gwilliam, Llanvetherine., black gelding. 64: Mr Stephens, Brilley, dark brown gelding, 63; In dispute, bay gelding, 63;. Mr Hyde, Bromyard, bay mare, 62; Mr Hancorn, Tibberton, brown gelding, 62; Mr Powell, Lvonshall, brown mare, 61; Mr Powell, Abbeydore, dark brown gelding, 60; Mr Davies, Peneombe, bay gelding, 60; Mr Crump, Raglan, bay gelding, 60; Mr Patrick, Bacton, roan mare, 60; Mr Thomes, Kivernoll, black mare, 60; Mr Goodwin, Leo- minster. black mare, 60; Mr Wellings, Dilwyn. brown gelding, 58; Mr Watkins. Linton, bay mare, 57; Mr Wil- liams, Garway. black gelding, 55; Mr Smith, Tenhury, black mare, 55; Mr Beaumont, Weobley, chestnut mare, 54: Mr Risdale, Bristol, bay gelding," 50; Mr Powell, Allensmore, bay mare, 50; Mr Realev, Vowchurch, bay mare. 50; Mr Jenkins, Abbeydore, black mare, 50.. Unbroken Cart Colts and Fillies: Mr Orgee, Much Cowarne, grey gelding, 63gs.; Mr Jolly, Leominster, black gelding, 46; Mr Jolly, Leominster, grey gelding, 45; Mr Morris, Brecon, black gelding, 44; Mr Jolly, Leo- minster, dark brown filly, 38; Mr Park, Monmouth, bay mare, 35; Mr Park, Monmouth, bay colt, 34. Harness Horses, Hunters and Pones: Mr Beamand, Leominister, bay half-bred mare, 54gs.; Dr. Lane, Here ford, brown mare,55; Mr Robinson, Peterstow, bay geld- ing. 51; Mr Jackson, Stanton Lacy, black mare, 49; Miss Crawley, Raglan, Yorkshire coach; Miss Crawley, Raglan, bay mare, 45; Messrs. Ford and Sons, Here- ford. brown mare. 45; Mr Blashill, Grafton, bay mare, 45; Messrs. Morris and Detheridge, Hereford, bay geld- ing, 45; Mr Moore, Hereford, chestnut gelding, 42; Mr Branstone, Woonton, chestnut gelding, 41; Mr Watkins, Llanvlhangel, chestnut cob, 39; horse stallion, "Royal Ensign," 30; Mr Jones, Thornbury, chestnut gelding, 39; Messrs. M. and P. Perkins, Holme Lacy, dark brown mare. 32; Mr Jenkins, Lyonshall, chestnut mare, 36. I

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