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I Treherbert Horse Show.


I Treherbert Horse Show. The second annual ireherbert and Dis- trict Horse Show wa.s held on May Day at the Treherbert Athletic Grounds, and proved both attractive and interesting. The quality of the horses as exhibits, as well as in the racing sections, was very high, and rendered the competitions acute. The judges were: —Messrs. D. Roes, Tylorstown; T. Williams, Cowbridge; W. D. Jordan. Glais; T. L. Alort. Fernhill; W. Griffiths, Llwynypia David Rees, Treherbert; W. Henry, Ireherbert; Fred Young, George Claridgc, W. David, and E. Anthony. The officials were: Presi- dent County Councillor Enoch Davies, J.P. chairman, Mr. J. Picton; trea- surer, Mr. T. Arnold secretary, Mr. S. Mainwaring. The Treorchy Wesleyan Band was in attendance and provided ex- cellent music. The reults are appended:- Single harness mare or gelding, exceed- ing 14.2, suitable for heavy trade pur- poses 1st. W. E. Willis, Ystrad. "Silver King 2nd, L. LeNris, IUDr., Penygraig, "Bob"; 3rd L. Lewis, junr.. "Albion." Single harness mare or gelding, exceed ing 14.2, for light trade purposes: 1st, Evan Griffiths, Compton House, Nanty- moel 2nd; Richard Evans and Sons, Penygraig: 3rd, S. E. Davies, Household Stores, Pentre. Single harness mare or golding. under 14.2: 1st, G. Pbl]lips, Ferndale; 2nd. R. Evans, Penygraig; 3rd, Walter Davies, Treher bert. Best turn-out, tradesmen's classes, over 14.2: 1st. W. Willis, Ystrad; 2nd and 3rd. Llew. Lewis, junr., Penygraig. Best turn-out. 14.2 and under 1st, G. Phillips. Ferndale;. 2nd. Richd. Evans. Penygraig; 3rd, Walter Davies, Treher- bert. Colliery horse that has worked under- ground for not lefss than six months pre- vious to show: 1st, Naval Colliery Co., Ltd.. Penygraig; 2nd, Messrs. Cory Bros., Pentre: 3rd. Messrs. Naval Colliery Co., Penygraig. i Best mare suitable for breeding colliery horses: 1st, A. J. Tre harne, Pontypridd, Jolly"; 2nd, Evan Evans. Pontypridd. '"Violet"; 3rd, W. Davies. Pontypridd, Derby." Single harness mare or gelding, exceed- ing 14.2: 1st. A. Butcher. Bristol. "Lady Gordon 2nd, Supt. J. Williams. Ponty- pridd "The Colonel"; 3rd, T. Nicholas, Port Talbot, Margam flashlight." Single harness mare or gelding, not ex- ceeding 14.2: 1st, G. Phillips. Ferndale, "Ferndale Horace 2nd, R. Evans, Penygraig. "Coity May": 3rd, T. E. Jerman. Merthyr, "Majestic." Hackneys, riding, mare or gelding, over 14.2: 1st, T. Nicholas. Port Talbot, Margam Vim A. Butcher. Bris- tol, "Lady Gordon": 3rd. D. C. Evans, Tylorstown. Biddy Gordon." Cob or hackney, riding, mare or gelding, not exceeding 14.2: 1st, G. Phillips, Ferndale, Ferndale Horace"; 2nd, W. David. Treherbert, Whitegate Fireboy" 3rd, R. Evans, Penygraig, Coity May." li mile trotting handicap in saddle: 1st, H. Kendrick, Penygraig, "Polly" (4U5yds.) 2nd, John Rees. Aberdare, "Bang Express" (240yds.): 3rd, T. L. Thomas, Llangonwyd, Llan Bob (240 yds.). li mile galloway race for ponies not exceeding 14 hands: 1st, W. Charles, Pen- coed, "Little Tom": 2nd. D. Pii^e, Seven Sisters, "Little Dick"; 3rd, W. Jones, Trealaw, Blank II." Musical chairs: Walter David, Treliar- bert. "Charles Rough." Victoria. Cross race: 1st. R.ees Bonder, Treherbert. "Tynewydd Poll"; 2nd, E. Williams, Nantymoel, Fox." Shoeing competition: 1st, T. Rees, Pentre; 2nd, E. Jones. Cwmparc; 3rd, W. L. Evans, Treorchy. Timbering competition: 1st, Lem Wal- ters, Caerphilly; 2nd, Dd. Davies, Gelli; 3rd, Dd. Edwards, Cwmaman.

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