This issue contains 12 pages, 24 sides, and has been removed from a Bound volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of Mr. Ralph Sneyd.
Articles include,- Keele Hall. Full page photograph of Keele Hall from the Lake. Full page photograph showing a View of the Lake. Half page photograph showing The Billiard Room in Keele Hall.
Keele Park October Steeplechases. Article together with photographs showing,- 1- The Reserved Stand. 2- Before Racing, "The Paddock." 3- The First Race of the Day, "Down Quilt Going Out." 4- First Time Round, "Taking the Water." 5- After the Burslem Steeplechase, "Pulling Up." 6- The House Party for the Meeting.
Turf Notes. By Hippias. Featuring a look at the current Racing scene.
The Liverpool Cup.
The Anti-Gambling League.
An Expensive Bottle. By G. B. M. Port.
A Cesarewitch Thrown Away. By E.S.
The First Favourite. A Novel in Twenty-Six Chapters. By John Trew-Hay. Chapter XX. - Misunderstandings.
Racing in Australia. Article with a Half page photograph of the Racehorse "Newhaven." By Newminster out of Oceana.
Newmarket. Some Promising Youngsters. Together with a photograph showing Yearlings Cantering on Long Hill.
A Successful Venture. Article concerning the Partnership between Mr. W. Duke. and Mr. E. Wishard. together with photographs showing,- 1- Mr. D. Duke. 2- Mr. E. Wishard. 3- An American Jockey. Reiff On George H. Ketcham.
The Bruntwood Stud. Four photographs,- 1- A Chestnut Colt, by Kendal out of Afterglow. 2- A Bay Colt, by St. Serf out of Adornment. 3- A Bay Filly, by St. Serf out of Intriguer. 4- A Chestnut Colt, by Kendal out of Romanee.
Newmarket Houghton. Four half page photographs,- 1- The Subscription Stakes. The Racehorses "Helm and Woolsthorpe." 2- The Fordham Welter Handicap. "A Field of Twenty-Two." 3- The Cambridgeshire Day. "View from the Far side of the Course." 4- After the Race. "Dismounting."