For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News June 12th 1900, showing the following Photographs from the "International Horse Show at Olympia." a- One of the decorative features, -A horse's head with floral surroundings. b- A jump by Mr. W. Winans' Harkaway. c- Mr. W. Winans, a prominent exhibitor. d- Judge W. Moore and Lord Lonsdale. e- The Morris Team of Clydesdales, sent from America, and made up of champions of various countries. f- The Shetland Ponies' quarters- "Dare i touch him ?" g- Major General Brocklehurst's brown gelding, Bay Lad, winner of Paris Cup for horses over 15 hands. h- Mr. E. Stotesbury's road trotting pair, Lugano and Lomo, 1st prize. i- Light for health.- Glass Panelled doors for the horses. j- Judge Moore's Hildegarde and Leonidas, 1st prize, novice tandem.
Reverse side shows the following Photographs. a- Mr. W. Foster's Mel Valley's What Next, 1st in harness open class for pony not exceeding 13 hands. b- The King Edward VII. Gold Cup (manufactured by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., of Regent-street). c- The artistic stand of Messrs. J. and G. Ross, of Old Bond-street. d- A general view of the jumping arena, showing the bank jump which has replaced the railway crossing one. e- The French team, Captain Berille, Captain Cariou, and Lt. Broudehoux, winner of the King's Cup for jumping.
Also on this Page are Photographs from the "Royal Society's show at Reading."