For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News March 27th 1909, showing the following Photographs for "The Sully (Cardiff) Open Coursing meeting." a- Mr. Geo. D. Thomas, the flag steward. b- Mr. T. Hart's Duffer, by Manuclos-Dowry, winner of Wimborne Stakes. c- The Judge, Mr. J. Dodd. d- Mr. T. Wadley's Court Dance, by The Lion-Gala, winner of Windsor Stake. e- Mr. D. Leonard Jones's Kegwyn Ferry, by Farndon Ferry-Winona, winner of Sully Stake. f- Watching the coursing overlooking the Sea. g- A general view of the meet. h- Mr. Dodd takes light refreshment. i- The trap used to prevent more than one hare from coming on to ground being coursed. j- Mr. F. Alexander's winning quartette, Apache, Artisan, Avon, and Araminta, by Earl's Court-Belle of the Village. - These four saplings are from one litter, and with them Mr. Alexander made a clean sweep in the Sapling Stakes.