For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, October 26th, 1912," showing the Following eleven Photographs from "The Wappenbury Coursing Meeting near Leamington."
1- Mr. Lloyd Price's Fair Flyer, who fractured a foreleg in final of Wappenbury Stakes. 2- The arrival of a competitor on the ground in his "motor coat." 3- Mr. G. H. Davies's White Lathe, by White Rubicon-White Lava, beaten in Coventry Stakes. 4- Mr. Ashby's Pat-a-Cake, and Mr. A. Brown's Royal Friend (winner of course), in the Barn Stakes. 5- Mrs. Fenwick's Mailed Fist II. and Mr. W. Jarvis's Hampstead Norris (winner of course) in the Eathorpe Stakes. 6- Mr. A. Brown's Royal Saxon, by The Lion-Royal Emblem II., winner of the Leamington Stakes. 7- The slipper, E. Wilkinson, about to slip Mr. A. Brown's Royal Cardinal (winner) and Mr. Lloyd Price's Fair Flyer in final for Wappenbury Stakes. 8- Mr. A. Brown's Royal Cardinal, by Mandini-Royal Fury II., the winner of the Wappenbury Stakes. 9- Mr. H. C. Fulwell (on left), in whose ground the meeting was held, and Mr. J. Walker, the judge. 10- Mr. F. G. Fear's Brave Warrior (beaten in Trial Stakes) taking a drink. 11- Mr. A. Brown and his greyhounds, all winners or dividers of stakes at meeting.- Royal Cardinal, Helmet, Saxon, Battle, and Maid.