For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, March 18th, 1905," showing the Following Eleven Photographs from "The Wappenbury Open Coursing Meeting."
1- Mr. W. Dudley Ward's The Lily Maid, who divided the Eathorpe Stakes with Dreary Day. 2- A trio of Mr. A. Brown's competitors. 3- Mr. E. Dobson's Dreary Day, who divided the Eathorpe Stakes with The Lily Maid. 4- Mr. G. Darlinson, over whose ground the sport took place. 5- Mr. H. C. Fulwell, the Judge. 6- Tom Wright, the son of the trainer, with Mr. Pilkington's Pegasus. 7- Mr. Alexander, the racing and coursing owner, talking to Reynolds. 8- The crowd. 9- Mr. J. Fagg, the Honorary Secretary. 10- Some of the spectators on the last day. 11- Mr. G. Darlinson's Doctor Silvester, a divider in the Leamington Stakes.