For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, November 26th, 1921," showing the Following 11 Photographs from "The Huntingdon Coursing Club Meeting at Great Stukeley."
1- Mr. G. H. Brazenell's Dunstable Lark, winner of the Spital Stakes. 2- Mr. B. Revell, the Judge, Signalling a win. 3- Mr. G. E. Fisher's Funny Fish Hooks, by Bryn Gilbach-Cousin Bessie, the winner of the Highfield Stakes. 4- Out of the cold during the Courses. 5- Mr. C. W. Fowler's Leighton Flirt and Leighton Forge resting. 6- Mr. C. H. B. Churton's Cryptic, in the fashion with a fur coat. 7- A Course in the Highfield Stakes between Unlucky Jim and Funny Fish Hooks. 8- Mr. C. W. Fowler's Leighton Flirt, by Husky Whisper II.- Flying Feet, winner of the Waterloo Stakes. 9- Master H. Chapman with Mr. R. Chapman's Crimson Lake. 10- Walking the stubble in the Brookfield Stakes. 11- Mr. E. J. Francis, Flag Steward, signalling an undecided.
Reverse side shows an Article written by R. C. Reed, together with the Following 3 Photographs for "The Shooting Season." 1- The Duke of York brings down his Bird. 2- Walking through the Reeds.- The Prince of Wales at a Duck Shoot. 3- The Duke of York inspecting a mixed bag.