For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News June 26th 1909, called "At Ascot on Thursday. - A Gold Cup Surprise," showing the following Photographs.
a- The Gold Cup. - Mr. J.A. de Rothschild leading in Bomba. b- The Royal Procession. c- The Earl of Coventry at Ascot. d- The Hon. Neil Primrose persuades the reluctant owner, Mr. J.A. de Rothschild, to lead in Bomba. e- The Gold Cup, 1909 (Designed and manufactured by Messrs. Garrard and Co., Haymarket). f- Mr. J.A. de Rothschild's Bomba, by Carbine - St. Neophyte, winner of the Gold Cup, after starting at 25 to 1 Against. g- The All-Aged Stakes finish. - Mr. Whitney's Hillside beats his only opponent, Hallaton. h- The Rous Memorial Finish. - Sir Archibald easily wins, White Eagle being unplaced. i- The Gold Cup finish. - Bomba beats the favourite, Santo Strato. j- Shampooing Hillside III. after his defeat of the 100 to 15 on favourite, Hallaton, in the All-Aged Stakes. k- Mr. A Basset's Sir Archibald by Desmond - Arc Light, winner of the Rous Memorial Stakes.
Reverse side shows the following Photographs at "Ascot on Friday." a- The 56th Triennial Stakes. - G. Stern and D. Waugh off to the Weighing Room. b- The Duke of Portland's Primer, by St. Simon-Breviary, winner of the Hardwicke Stakes. c- Charles O'Malley (G. Stern up) returning to scale after winning the Windsor Castle Stakes. d- Pulling up after the Hardwicke Stakes finish, when Primer beat Valens and Sir Archibald. e- The Finish of the Wokingham Stakes, won by Portland Bay. f- Mr. J.B. Joel's Portland Bay, Bill of Portland-Little Primrose, winner of the Wokingham Stakes. g- Wootton, the leading Jockey, who unfortunately met with an accident on Arranmore in the Ascot High-Weight Stakes, which will keep him from the Racecourse for a time. h- Mr. A. P. Cunliffe's Charles O'Malley, by Desmond-Goody Two Shoes, winner of the Windsor Castle Stakes. i- Mr. Raphael's Louviers, by Isinglass-St. Louvaine, winner of 56th Triennial Stakes. j- The Finish of the Windsor Castle Stakes. - Charles O'Malley Wins.
Condition is Very Good, Bright and Clear, No Foxing.