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 Lord Penrhyn.
Articles include,- Racing in Australia. The Cup Day at Caulfield. Article with photographs showing.- 1- Racegoers on th Lawn. 2- View of the back of the Grand Stand. 3- Racegoers in the Ring. 4- Racegoers taking position to see the big Race. 5- Passing the Stand for the Frist time in the Event of the Day. 6- Won by a Head in a Desperate Finish. 7- Weighing In. The Winner in charge of the Clerk of the Course. 8- The Placed Horses going back into the Enclosure. 9- Weighing In. The Unplaced Horses waiting outside. 10- All Right !. Weighed in. 11- Half page photograph of the Winner of the Caulfield Cup. "Cremorne."
Turf Notes. By Hippias. Featuring a look at the current Racing scene.
Lord Penrhyn. Article on the Well Known Owner of Racehorses that are Trained Privately by Cole, at Exton.
The Sires of the Season.
The Manchester November Handicap.
The Biggest Fools Have The Best Luck. By G. B. M. Port.
A Mad Career. By E.S.
The First Favourite. A Novel in Twenty-Six Chapters. By John Trew-Hay. Chapter XXIV.- Cross Purposes.
Derby November Meeting. Article with 4 photographs showing,- 1- A General View of the Stands. 2- "Barndoor." Coming out to Race. 3- The Friar Nursery. "Cantering to the Start." 4- After the Race. " The Guide" and "Vigo" coming back in.
Jockey's Winning Mounts. Totals for the Season - 1896. Together with portrait photographs of the Four Top Jockeys. 1- M. Cannon. 2- T. Loates. 3- Allsopp. 4- Finlay.
Plumpton November Meeting. Article together with photographs showing,- 1- A Large Field coming out for the First Race. 2- Taking the Preliminary Hurdle for the First time in Public. 3- The Lewis Hurdle Race. "All in a Cluster." 4- The Lewis Hurdle Race. "The Field coming back to Scale." 5- The Plumpton Hurdle Handicap. " In the Paddock." 6- A Hot Favourite. "I.O.U." Coming out to Race. 7- The Hurdle Opposite the Stand First Time Round. 8- A Real good thing returning to Scale.