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IACTION AGA)N8T LORD ILONDESBOROUGH.

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THE MAY HORSE SHOW.

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THE MAY HORSE SHOW. RoyatVistt. The Agricultural HaU was crowded in everf part. on Tuesday, on the occasion of the royal visit, and there w:<s a distinguished company present to offer ;>. welcome to their Royal High- nesses. The Duka and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (attended by Captatn the Hon. D. Monson) and Prince Christen were the first to arrive, nnd they were ln;tnpdiatelv conducted to the royal bjx. Shortly afterwards great cheer- ing announced the appearance of the Prince and Princess of Wa.ies, who wMo flcct)mpanied by Princess VICtoria and :Iaud, and attended by Sir Dighton Prol'yn. Lord Sufnetd, Capt.nn H&!ford. and jMlM Kno))ys. The Duke and Duchess of York wme atso of the p&rty. Thn judges were Lord AlfredFitzroy and Mr Romer WiHiams, the dur'M ot steward of the a.rpna. being carried out: with accustomed effici-ney by Mr Garrett Ta.y!or. After a white the leaping wad .suspended, and the priZt! horaea m thf (tifterent cl:tsse.9 were purstded in :be ring, the bonp c'osety sctutinised by their Royal the Prtneo of Wa.!es's own hackney Rt!\lhf)1l naturaliy coming in for a share of attentton. On che C()Jlc:usi,m of the parade and d:pf:ty cf hor-'e-! in siitgle, douMp, and t,,tn(it,iy.i the cOU1pe.it,ion NV.Ill; resumed at the water-jump, which, .).s ii.-u.1, afforded coa- siderable tyiei-riiiient. 1\ll' and thongh -readillA' horse M.).h<j)t:et w:t8 then intrcoumjd to the ;u'ena, and to royal notice and favour, and iM ctever feats were fuuy appro' dated by the distinguished visitor. Theif Royal Highttt-sses aft,erwald took their departure a.fter spenditic, two hours in the un* doubtedfy c:'ngen'a( occupation of watch- ing the various performance& The result of the lea.p.ng contest was that the first priz' was awarded to Mr W.-Dods- worth's persevermg brown n)arf< Toptbome, and the spconó to 1\[1' Arthnr E. El v;Lns's immense grey gelding the Lawyer. Mr Ctitude Beddiag- ton's a.ged brown gf!d]ng Harl.-away came in third, but W,1.S disquaHned owmg to his having changed jockeys during the competition, so the third prize went to the reserve number, Mr C. A. Jerome's chestnut The MiHer. In the even- tng the band ot the Scots Guards again enlivened the otherwise monotonous proceedtngs, consisting of a. display of trotting stations and tandem teams, the taking horse) entertainment, and another temping contest, in wh)ch the now familiar unsuceessfut entries in previous jumping classes, twenty-two in number, took part. The judges were Captain Breeks and Mr TindaU. The Scat prize was taken by Messrs Earnshaw and Riley's grey Jack Frost, the second by Mr H. B; Budd'a Sportsman, the third by Mr P. R. Tippler's old skewba!d Harlequin, and the reserve by Mr J. W. Jupiter. The exhtbttion closed on Wednesday u)ght.

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