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Stud. ? TO STAND T3IS SEASON. mHE THOROUGHBRED STALLION Wizard, ' ! By King of Clube, dam Charm, both ! Imported. WIZARD is half brother to , Spado Gulnei and Si ony hurst, and full i brother to Charmer, and was bred by the 1 Middle Park Stud Company. He is a , beautiful whole-colored oheatnot, and shows grand power and quality. ( For full particulars apply to Groom m charge. Somerset Stables. OrO.KBABNS, Proprietor, 10 71 Ashburton. TO TRWRL 'tHfS SBiASON, IN THE METHViN AND T.\UBISTON LI3TRIC I *. THE OLYDESDALU ENTIRE, Diplomacy. Bred by John Grigg, Esq., of Longbeach. Diplomacy's eire is Lord Beaconsfield, dam FleaeaDt by Prince Charlie. Terms : £3 season, guarantee, £4 103 ; groomage fee, 5s ; payable first service. ,To bona HAt owners of 5 mares, a liberal allowance given ;if 6 mares 1 allowed free. Mares changing hands to be paid for as season noarej. For further particulars apply Groom m charge, or DENNIS MoKENDRY, 10°2l Proprietor, Oalmbrae. TO TRAVEL THE WHEATSTONE, WATEBTON, WILLOW BY, WAKANUI, ASHTON, AND TINWALD DISTBICTS. The pure-bred Entire Colt, Vanquisher, 4 years old Sire, Young Vanquisher (imp), dam, Tibbie, by Prince Boyal. For full pedigree and particulors of prizes , see oords. Tebms : Season, £3 ; payable Ist Jan. , i 1889. Guaiantee, £5 ; payable Ist Sept, [ 1889. Grojmage fee, sa. ■ JOHN SMALL, [ 10*19 Proprietor, Wheatßtone. TO TRAVEL THE WAKANUi, . OHEBTSEY and SURROUNDING DlB- -» TBICTS. THE PUBEBBED CLYDESDALE ENTIBE Conqueror. He is by Lord Salisbury (imp.) dam Scotch Annie (imp.) For full pedigree and prize list see cards. Terms : Season, £3 ; guarantee, £4 4s, eingle mares ; or two mares or more ; £4 each ; groomage, 53. For other terms apply to groom m charge, or THOMAS LANGLEY, 10*62 Proprietor, Dromore. r THE AMEBIOAN TROTTING HORSE ; Blackiood Abdallah, WILL Stand this Season at Owner's Stable, and travel the Ashburton County. Tebms: Season, £3 10a; guarantee, £5 sa ; groomage fee, sb. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE OOLT Johnny's Fancy, Bred by Mr James Gow, of Talari, by Lord- Salisbury, dam f ally 2nd, will Stand this Season at Owner's- Stable, Lyndhurat, and travel the Methven and Alford Forest District, Tebms : Season £3 ; guarantee, £4 4a ; groomage fee, ss. For further particulars apply to groom p charge, or MAX. FRIEDLANDER, 1 Proprietor. j pO STAND THIB SEASON, j 1 AT OWNKB'S FARM, WINOHMORE ROAD; \ THE THOROUGHBRED ENTIBE \ Athlete [ Bred by Mb Sibbald, of Burkes Paes. I ATHLETE m a beautiful brown, and , stands 15 hands 3 inches high. He Is by Detractor, dam Promised Land. Detractor Is by the oelebrated Traduoer, Promised Land by The Peer. For extended pedigree Bee N.Z. Stud Book. Also the well bred Entire Pony, Black Prince by Mr Morrow's well-known Pony. Good paddocks for mares if required. For Particulars and terms apply OOTAVIUS DIGBY, Proprietor, :v 10 70 Wlnohmore Road. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT KIN. K9RA FARM, near Seafield, and Travel the Seafield, Ohertaey, and Kyle Districts, The Marquis. THE MARQUIS Is a handsome bright bay, stands 16 hands 3 inches, poaaeaeej a good temper and sound constitution, and a powerfully made compact horse. His jlre Yonng Clyde (78, N.Z.D.H.SB.) was bred by Mr Matthew Algle, Sun bury, Victoria j got by Lord Clyde, (Crawford's) (Imported), out of Eyinoeas Maud 111. by Champion (Imported), out of Princess Maud I, (imported), by Sootohman out of Rob Boy's dam. The Marquis' dam was a mare imported from Victoria, (a fall Bister to Glenroy), (29, N.Z.D.H.8.8.) ; she w»s got by Prlnoe of Wales (Imported from Scotland by Mr D Nisbet) ; was purchased by Mr W. D, Cox for the sum of £800 es a tbrea-year-old. This horse was never beaten m a Show-yard In Scotland, he Is by Buchanan's hone Ooldraoh Oolt. The Marquis' dam was also dam of the oelebrated horse Lord Melbourne, purchased by John Grlgg, Esq., Longbeaoh, from Mr Denis, Stoneyhurat ; afterwards the property of the Pedigree Stock Company, Auokland. For terms apply to the Mamger, MR GILBERr MoLEAN, etl6o A( ft, Farm,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1974, 19 October 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1974, 19 October 1888

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