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«-v fTK) STAND & JarvmdL/l TRAVEL AT ROSEMERE. ROSEMERE is a rich browi; with black licints, and stands well over 16 hands. He shows a lot of power and quolity, and is one of the handsomest horses seen on Ihe turf m recent years in I.his colony. He was got by Westmere, a son of the Musket horse Escutcheon, who was out of Rosette, a half-sister to Bend Or, one of the most successful horses that England has produced. Bend Or sired Ormonde, the horse of the centuiy, whose grandson (Flying Fox) holds the world's record for a^ i rice paid for p thoroughbred— that of 37,500g5. Escutcheon's stock have during the past seven seasons won 231 races, valued at ever 11,850g5. Escutcheon sired Veneda, who was sold to gc to India at 1400gs. Leonessa, the dam of Westmcre, is out of Petroleuse, the dam ot Hotchkiss, one of the most successful sires that has tver stood in New Zealand. Eosalindt, the dam of Rosemere, was the dam of a host of good horses, including Black Rose (a C.J.C. Derby winner) and Royal Rose (a i good performer m Australia and New Zealand). His granddam, Red Rose, was got by Traducer, and produced, besides Wesfcmere's dam, Mounj tain Lily (dam of Blazer, one of the fastest | horses the colony has ever known), La Rose, | Red Ensign (the dam of Red Lancer and Red ! Banner), and others Albany, the sire of Westj mere's dam, also sired Oudeis (winner C.J.C. | Welcome Stakes, C.J.C. Derby, and other | races), First Lord (winner M.P.Pkte and other i roces), Disowned (C.J.C. Derby and G. N. I Derby winner). Nonsense, Ruby* (record-holder i for seven furlongs), Forbury, Day Dream, and other great performers. [ TERMS: Thoroughbreds, £o ss; Halfbreds, ; £i 4s Apply, P. MAULEY, Herbert, : Q4 miles south of Oamaru)" Or, J. O'BRIEN, 24 au North road, Oamaru. ' t^_ jm .jjffi£&b T T^° STAND THIS 'JEU4ii&Bafc the recently-imported CLYDESDALE STALLION, MARCONI (11817). Sire, Hiawatha (10067), champion at the Highland three years in succession. Dam Victoria (15024). MARCONI won the Glasgow Society's premium of £80 in 1904. As only a limited number of approved mares will be taken early application is necessary. Ccod grazing provided for mares at 2s per week, and all care token but no responsibility TERMS— £IO 10s, cftue Ist February, 1905. For further particulars apply to W. CHARTERS, Ury Park, Mosgiel; george Marshall, 5o Owner, Gore. ANNUAL SALE OF THE ELDERSLI3-: YEARLINGS. PT N E & CO. have received instructions from J. T. Reid, Esq., to sell by auction, At TATTERSALL'S, CHRISTCHURCII, On THURSDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 11 a.m. His ANNUAL DRAFT of YEARLINGS, Particulars of which are as under: — ' I Brown Colt, by Stepniak — Coronal (sister to Gold Medallist and half-sister to Goldon Lily) Brov/n Oolt (brother to Kino- Log, KinoStork, Tolstoi), by Stepniak— Fairy" maid Brown Colt, by Stepniak — Arline, by St. Clair Brown Colt, by Stepniak— Gitanella sister to Arline Bay Colt, by Stopniak— Tempest (dam of Secret Sccie.ty) Brown Colt, by Stepniak — Ambush, by Vanguard Chestnut Colt, by Stepniak— Cobv.-eb, by Le Loup Bay Colt, by Stepniak — Illusion, by Apremont Chestnut Colt, by Stepniak— Belle Clair, by St. Clair Brown Colt, by Stepniak— Rainbow, by Cadogan Brown Filly (sister to Madrigal and Rubia), by Stopniak— Madder, by Gossoon Brown Filly, by Stepniak — Firecross, by Patrol Brown Filly (sister to Boris), by Stepniak — Shepherdess, by FitzDonovan Black FiJly, by Stepniak— Tortulla . (winner of the New Zealand Cup}, by Torpedo Chestnut Filly, by Stepniak— Far Away (dam of Ailsa), by Bill of Portland Chestnut Filly (sister to Scylla and halfsister to Grand Rapids), by Stepni: t !c — Whirlpool Bay Filly, by Stepniak — Merisette, by Medallion Bay Filly, by Stepniak, dam by Gipsy Grand — Merisette Brown Filly (sister to Orloff), by Stepniak — Sortie, by Vanguard Brown Filly, by Stepniak — Decoy, by Medallion Bay Filly, by Gipsy Grand — Aspenloaf, by Larpe-nt Bay Filly, by Gipsy Grand — Taurkla, by Stepniak Bay Filly, by Gipsy Grand — Rosespur - (dam of Goldspur). The Yearlings will b& on view at Tattersail's on WEDNESDAY, November 9. Catalogues will shortly b& ready, and can b& had on application to PYNE & CO., 190 Auctioneers. i BEN CURTIS, IHE Eli LIABLE TUffF CORRESPONDENT, TATTERSALL'S, KATTKAY STKEET, DUNEDIN. i Commissions on all forthcoming events promptly attended to. Telegrams — BEN CURTIS, Dunedia. Box 485

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Page 49 Advertisements Column 3, Otago Witness, Issue 2641, 26 October 1904

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