YOUNG IYANHOE. •\TOUNG I VANHOE, by Old Ivanhoe, J_ by Sir Walter Scott, out of London Maggie—Sir Walter Scott, by Clydeboy, took first prisie as best horse at Exhibition at London in 1862, gold medal at Sterling, and twice first at Glasgow, and several other first prizes. London Maggie took first prize as beat three year old mare af Exhibition at London in 1802 and first prize wherever shown. Ivanhoe took first prize at Glasgow as a two year old, was bought for 1100 guineas, and imported to New Zealand. Young Ivanhoe, out of Grey Maggie (imported), out of Blossom, by Blitherglen—by Caledonian, and has taken first prize as a two year old at Tiniaru, and first prize when next shown as a five year old at Timaru. Young Ivanhoe will travel the South Rakaia, Chertsey, and Mount Hutt districts. For further particulars see cards. ROBERT PATTON, 52 Methven. THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE COLT Of the Traducer Blood. To Travel this Season the ASHBURTON AND WAKANUI Districts, See future Advertisements for Particulars. S. H. FOWLER & CO„ Proprietors, 504a—20 Winslow. T TO STAND THIS SEASON, |HAT Very Powerful Heavy Draught STALLION SAMSON, ising three years old, stands 161 hands high. Samson was got by that far-famed Lincolnshire Cart Stallion Black Champion, imported fro m England by the late William Derham, Esq., out of the celebrated prize mare Phoebe, bred by P. risch, Esq. Black Champion was bred by Mr. John Worth, junior, of Ferryhill, Chartres. He took first prize of £lO at St. Ives, in 1873, and first prize of £lO at Huntingdon, in 1874. Black Champion’s dre is Young England’s Glory, by Voluneer and came of a very superior mare Mdongiri* to Mr. Julian by Mr. Fugles mted horse Thumper, by Mr. Servals jelebrated horse Major,—grandsire, Mr. Purrand’s Honest Tom; g. grandsire, Vlr. Goodman’s Honest Tom ; g. g. granddre, Mr. Bingham’s England s Glory ; y» g grandsire, Old Honest Tom. Blaok Champion’s dam is asuperior Brown Mare by Heart of Oak. She took the first prize it Peterborough Agricultural Society s Show on March 29th, 1856, beating a large field. Samson’s dam , Phoebe, was got by the noted horse Sir Colin Campbell, bred by Tames Walls, Esq., sire, King Fergus; lam, Scotland’s Pride both imported From Scotland. Phoebe as a yearling, took first prize at the Canterbury Agricultural Society’s Show ; as a two-year old, was iwarded first prize and also Mr. J. Walls special prize as the best filly on the ground by Sir Colin Campbell. Her lister has also taken three first prizes. Phey have also been shown as a pair of , x -ood mares, and wherever they have lot ii exhibited they have taken first tzt- _ ~ Samson’s granddam was by the wedLown horse Old Wellington, imported, rose stock needs no comment ; g. grand,m, imported, by Westminster, imneu. , Samson will stand at the owner s farm, xere good grass paddocks will be proled at 2s. per week. All care taken, it no responsibility incurred. He will ivel the Mount iSomers and surrounding Terms —£4 per mare. Guarantee, as r agreement. Groomage fee, ss. WILLIAM T. SMITH, Proprietor, Alford Forest. B.—Samson took prize at the Agricultural Show, Ashburton, 1878. 38
1879. TO STAND THIS SEASON. THOROUGHBRED STALLION young traduger. YOUNG TRADUCER, by Traducer, dam Kasper’s dam, imported. See “ Stud Book. ” , , , w n Young Traducer was bred by W. o. We'bb, Esq., at Riocarton. He is a rich dork brown, standing 16 hands high, with immense bone and substance, and for make and shape has been pronounced by the best judges as hard to beat anywhere. Young Traducer is rising 5 years. Terms: £5 ss. per mare, payable Ist January, 1880 ; groomage fees 55., payable on hrst service. Also, the Grey Entire Pony, SYDNEY, Will travel, with the entire horse Young Traducer, the district of Ashburton during the season. Good paddocks 2is. per week. Every care token, but no responsibility. ROBERT LITTLE, on Proprietor,
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