For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News July 31st 1909, called "Glorious Goodwood." - Rain Spoils the First Day." showing the following Photographs. a- Mr. W. Raphael's Louviers, winner of the Gratwicke Stakes of 950 Sovs., giving 1st. 3lb. to his opponents. b- Mr. A.J. Joyner, trainer of the Stewards' Cup winner, Mediant. c- Mr. H.B. Duryea's Mediant (three-year-old), with O'Neil up, returning to weigh in after winning the Stewards' Cup in the easiest manner by 3 lengths, carrying 7st. 13lb. d- View of Stand, Rings, Lawn, and course on Tuesday. e- Mr. A.P. Cunliffe's Charles O'Malley, 9st. 8lb., adds the Richmond Stakes to his other victories. f- Lord Falmouth's Seraphine, with Earl up, upsets a very strong favourite in Merry Jack in the Ham Stakes. g- Motoring up to the course. h- Mr. Joseph Davis and Mr. Porter condole with the Duke of Richmond on the bad weather. i- Goodwood Plate. - the finish. j- Evans coming down Trundle Hill on Policeman's horse, having been thrown by Roche Abbey after winning Singleton Plate. k- Goodwood Plate. - Mr. P. Nelke's Lagos, winner.
Reverse side shows an Article with Photographs called "The Eel and his Undoing." Written by Alan R. Haig Brown.
Also on this side are the following Photographs from the "Hurst Park Summer Meeting." a- Lord Villiers, owner of Greenback. b- Finish for the Hurst Park Foal Plate of 1,177 sovs. c- Greenback, returning to weigh in after winning from beginning to finish. d- Finish of the Priory Two-year-old Plate, won by Surf, after a good Race, by a neck from Aspirant. e- A Templeman unsaddling Greenback, with Hallick at his head.