For Sale are Two Pages removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, February 28th, 1903," showing the Following Photographs (with Article for this on Reverse side of one of the pages) for "The Waterloo Cup Meeting."
1- Mr. J. Hartley Bibby. The Hon. Secretary of Meeting, and nominator of winner of Cup. 2- Discussing chances of the finalists. The Duke of Leeds (third from right), Messrs. Fawcett, owners of Father Flint, and others. 3- Mr. A. F. Pope, Nominator of runner-up, Paracelsus. 4- The condition of Father Flint, after his semi-final. 5- Messrs. Fawcett's Father Flint (by Fiery Furnace-Fanny Faithful), winner of Waterloo Cup. 6- Backers and Layers. The dyke divides the members from the crowd. The latter, who are seen on right of picture, are mostly bookmakers at this point. 7- Mr. W. Simpson's Strange Mystery (by Under the Globe-Whitacre), winner of Waterloo Purse. 8- Mr. J. B. Thompson's Handsome Creole (by Gallant-The Nigger), who was beaten by the Cup runner-up, Paracelsus. 9- Mr. G. F. Fawcett's Farndon Ferry (by Fiery Furnace-Fair Florence), the favourite for the Cup, and winner in 1902, who was beaten by his Kennel companion. 10- Sending a Liverpool newspaper the results of the Coursing by Pigeon Post. 11- Group, including Lady Sefton, over whose husband's land the Cup is contested for. Lord Sefton this year presented, for the first time, an additional cup to the nominator of the Cup winner. 12- Mr. A. F. Pope, the nominator of the Cup runner-up, Paracelsus. 13- Mr. L. Pilkington, owner of Paracelsus. 14- Paracelsus (by Under the Globe-Thoughtless Beauty), with his trainer, Wright. 15- The Brothers Wright bringing the finalists to the slips. 16- In the slips for the final. The slipper, E. Wilkinson, junior, with Father Flint and Paracelsus.