This issue contains 12 pages, 24 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of Mr. John Gubbins.
Articles include,- The Winner of the Middle Park Plate. Article with a half page photograph of Galtee More ; by Kendal out of Morganette.
The Winner of the Cesarewitch. Half page photograph of St. Bris ; by St. Simon out of Nandine.
A Very Promising Light Weight. A look at Light Weight Jockeys. Article includes a photograph of the Light Weight Jockey Fred Leader on Full of Fashion.
The Rising Generation. Showing Three photographs of Yearlings at Newmarket. 1- A Valuable String. 2- On Long Hill. 3- Walking Back.
Baden-Baden. The Battle of Flowers. Article contains Four Half page photographs, showing pictures of the Carriages decorated with Flowers. 1- Fair Occupants. 2- Gay Ribbons. 3- A Great Success. 4- The Lichtenthaler Allee. A Full page photograph called "The Square."
Turf Notes. By Hippias.
"Well Out of It." By G. B. M. Port.
"My First Camebridgeshire." By A. H. Wall.
The Gatwick Handicap.
The Winner of the Cesarewitch.
The First Favourite. A Novel in Twenty-Six Chapters. By John Trew-Hay. Chapter XVII., Continued. - Disquieting Rumours. Chapter XVIII. - The Senior Partner.
Half Holiday Racing. Alexandra Park. Photograph called "A Good Muster in the Paddock."
Racing in Ireland. The Curragh. Article including Six Half page photographs.- 1- Behind the Judges Box. 2- Across the Course. 3- Between the Races. 4- A Finish of a Race. 5- The Stand House. 6- The Paddock.
On The Wiltshire Downs. Showing Two photographs,- 1- Out For Exercise. 2- A Halt on the Way Home.
Kempton Park October Meeting. A Half page photograph showing, Frederichsdor coming back to Scale.
A Real Good Horse Article and photograph of the Racehorse "Bird of Freedom."
Half page photograph called "A View at Newmarket." Walking in the Plantation.
Half page photograph, "At Sandown Park ; The Rain it Raineth Every Day !" Depth of Discomfort. Showing Racegoers with Umbrellas up.