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 Sir William Throckmorton. Bart.
Articles include,- The Grandson of "Musket." Staying Blood. Article together with photograph showing,- 1- Ragimunde. By Petronel out of Ragman Doll.
The Best Three Year Old in France. Photograph of "Champaubert." By Little Duck out of Tantrip.
The Place Newton, Stud. Article together with photographs showing,- 1- Mr. A. J. Cholmley. 2- The Racehorse "The Widgeon." By Uncas out of Nu. 3- A Chestnut Filly. By Crowberry out of The Widgeon. 4- Full page photograph of Place Newton, from the Lawn. 5- Photograph of "Spoleta." By Hermit out of Villafranca. 6- A Chestnut Yearling Colt. By Common out of Spoleta. 7- The 12 year old Mare "Liz." By Silvester out of Lace. with a Bay Filly Foal, by Merry Hampton. 8- A Bay Yearling Filly. By Hampton out of Poudre A Canon.
Newmarket Houghton. 1- Half page photograph of T Loates on "Faversham." 2- Half page photograph of Bradford on "Bay Ronald."
Turf Notes. By Hippias. Featuring a look at the current Racing scene.
Sir William Throckmorton.
The Lancashire Handicap.
After Many Years.
The First Favourite. A Novel in Twenty-Six Chapters, by John Trew-Hay. Chapter XXIII.- Lady Gwendoline's Garden Party.
Newmarket Racing. Showing Seven photographs.- 1- The Houghton Handicap, "In Full Swing." 2- The Bretby Nursery, "Calling the Numbers." 3- A Good Start. 4- A Finish at the Bushes, "A Maiden Plate on the Ditch Mile." 5- Scene Round the Winning Post. 6- A Rattling Finish, "At the Distance." 7- An Off Day, "A Corner of the Stand."
Racing in Australia.
On the Berkshire Downs. Half page photograph of the Four Year Old, "Willington." By King Monmouth out of Reformation.
Derby, November Meeting. Article with photographs showing,- 1- The Stands at Derby. 2- In the Paddock, the Favourite "Winkfield's Pride." Before the Race. 3- The Racehorse "Zebac," in Coloured Clothing. 4- The Race of the Meeting. "The Parade for the Cup." 5- The Winner of the Derby Cup. " La Sagesse. By Wisdom out of St. Mary.