For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, February 11th, 1905," showing the Following 10 Photographs from "The Brigg (Lincolnshire) Open Coursing Meeting."
1- Mr. J. Ashton, Secretary and flag steward. 2- Mr. F. G. Tweed, slipper. 3- Mr. Hecter Clark, judge. 4- Awaiting their turn. 5- Moving off to another beat. 6- Watching a course. 7- Joyous Granuale and Thoughtless Count, the dividers of the Elsham and Worlaby Stake. 8- Lord Lonsdale ns. Dancing Master II., by New Minstrel-Whirl, runner-up for the Astley Stake. 9- Canal Side (a divider) and Netherfield Lucy in the Brigg Stake. 10- Mr. C. Stones, jun.'s, Spinning Spider, by All Steel-La Fleche IV., winner of Astley Stake.
Reverse side shows the Following 8 Photographs for "The Kempton Park February Meeting.- Defeat of Ambush II." (Horseracing)
1- The Stewards' Steeplechase.- Leinster, the winner, with trainer, Sir C. Nugent. 2- Sir T. gallaway's Leinster wins the Stewards' Steeplechase. 3- The Stewards' Steeplechase.- His Majesty's Ambush II. on right. 4- The new pattern hurdle, with binding. 5- The Middlesex Hurdle Race.- Isalien Beauty returning to scale. 6- The Middlesex Hurdle Race, won by Drumnigh. 7- In the paddock.-Lord Coventry in centre. 8- Leaving the paddock.