ENGLISH WINNERS OF 1876.
Among the winners of 1876 which earned for their owners over £1000, there are three aged horses, four six-year olds, j ten five-year olds, ten four-year olds, [ twenty-one three-year olds, and twentyfive two-year olds. Petrarch lakes the lead with £11,700. Kisber is credited with £5575, to which should be added amount won in the Grand Prix de Paris, £5598, making his total winnings £11.173. Chamant, by Mortimer (two years old), is third on the list with £5930; Controversy, five years old, is .next with £5*70 ;•_ then cornea Cornelia, by Maccaroni, three years, old, with £5250. Eive horses are credited with over £3000 ; seven with over £2000, and fifty.five over £1000. There are eighteen winners in all, over six years old; nineteen six year olds, forty-four five year olds, seventy-five four year olds, one hundred and thirty-four three year olds; and ■ one hundred and thirtynine two year olds, making a total of one hundred • and twenty-nine winners of £200 apd over, The principal winning owners' for 1876; of £500 and over, number 143. Count De Lagrange leads off with £17,500; then follows Lord Duplin with £14,360; lorclJRoseberry, £13,390; Lord Falmouth, £10,410£ ; Sir G. Chetwynd, £7874; A. Baltazzi, £7425 ; H. Baltazzi, £7090; W. S. Crawford, £4821; Captain Machell, £4712 ; H, Sarile, £4549; Lord Hartington £4370; Sir J. D. Astley, £4270; W. Gerard, £42U£; Prince Soltykoff, £3968; James Smith, £3805; J. Johnstone, £3720; H.. Bird, £3565; Mr Bowes. £3361; C.'Eaynor, £327Q; Dake of Hamilton, £.3,065; Mr Pulteney, £3065 ; W. B. Marshall, £3014; 11 others follow whose winnings amount to over £2000; 16 over £1500, 25 over £1000, 36 over £750, and 35 over £500. Among the latter is M. H. Sanford., who ia credited with £510.—Turf, Field, and Farm.
Thomas Carroll, well known as an English jockey, was sentenced on December 7th by the Wolverhampton (Ehg.) magistrates to. fourteen days' imprisonment for vagrancy.
E. B. Wormald, formerly editor of the Sportsman, subsequently boating editor of Bell's Life, and latterly chess editor of the London Illustrated News, died in London, England, Pecember 4th.
The contest of the Oxford trial eights resulted in the votary of My Cowle's crew. TLis, crew, with a few alterations, will be the one selected to uphold the Oxford honors in the inter-nniversity .race next spi'iug. Mr Williams' crew will no doubt represent Cambridge. Captain Paul Boyton (of life-saving suit fame) is travelling in Europe. One of his latest exploits was to navigate the water from Turin to Perrara, a distance of 800 miles. He also swan from Turin to Castel Nuovo (160 miles) in eightythree hours.
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ENGLISH WINNERS OF 1876., Thames Star, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 27 February 1877
ENGLISH WINNERS OF 1876. Thames Star, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 27 February 1877
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