This Copy has 12 pages, 24 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of The Duke of Beaufort, K.G.
Articles include,- Birmingham. The October Meeting. Together with three photographs 1- In the Paddock. 2- A Fancied Candidate. 3- On the way to Weigh In.
A Prominent Irish Racing Official. Photograph of Mr. J. Dixon Gibbs.
Juggler ; By Touchet out of Enchantress. A Good Horse in his Day.
Racecourse Scenes. Showing Three Photographs,- 1- A North Country Meeting,- "The Crown on the Course." 2- At Sandown Park, -"A Race on the T. Y. C." 3- At Colwick Park,- "Going to the Post."
Racing in Australia. Article together with Three Half page photographs. 1- The Racehorse "Manof Honour." 2- The Racehorse "Resolute." 3- The Racehorse "Cydnus."
Turf Notes. By Hippias.
The Cambridgeshire Stakes.
The Duke of Beaufort.
Done All Round. By John Warland.
An Australian Sportsman. Mr. Spencer Gollan. Article together with portrait photograph of Mr. Gollan, and his Jockey James Hickey.
The First Favourite. A Novel in Twenty-Six Chapters, by John Trew-Hay. Chapter XVIII., Continued - The Senior Partner.
Newmarket. A Dead Heat. Dead Heat for the Clearwell Stakes between Goletta, and Berzak. Togther with Two photographs showing,- 1- Horses Pulling up after the Clearwell Stakes. 2- A Kingsclere Victory. - Labrador Pulling up after the Champion Stakes.
Newmarket. The Newmarket Oaks. Together with Two photographs,- 1- Jolly Boat returning to Scale. 2- The Winner of the Lowther Stakes, "Bay Ronald."
Newmarket. "An October Morning." Photograph showing Lord Roseberry's Trainer.
Newmarket. "In the Sale Paddocks." Showing Two photographs,- 1- The racehorse "Thessalian " ; by Wisdom out of Prickles. 2- The Green and Gold.
From The Other Side of the Atlantic. Photograph showing Mr. Lorillard's Horses.
Newmarket. A Busy Morning. Showing Two photographs,- 1- Crossing the Severals. 2- A Loose Yearling.
Two Year Olds at the Post. Photograph showing Two Year Olds getting in Line at the Start.
Half page photograph called,"On the Yorkshire Wolds." Waiting for Orders.
Half page photograph called "A Well-Known Irish Mare." Florida.