For Sale isa Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, October 30th, 1915," showing the Following 14 Photographs from "The Hockwell and Feltwell Coursing Meeting."
a- Mr. C. Laceby's Lady Howard, by Harsh Words-Brogue the winner of the weeting stakes. b- "What i have i hold!"- Rattlejack, the Methwold Stakes runner-up, refuses to "deliver the goods." c- Mr. F. Keen's Famous Kitchener , by Silkand Scarlet- Keen's Mustard, the winner of the Brandon Stakes. d- More wire entanglements!- Famous Kitchener being carried over the wire netting after winning the Brandon Stakes. e- Putting the dogs under shelter from the rain. f- Mr. C. Laceby, President of the Isle if Ely Coursing Club, and Mr. Charles Wood, secretary of the Isle of Ely and Hockwold and Feltwell Coursing Clubs. g- Mr. T. Ramsdens Red Hot VI., by High Legh Banjo-Varied Arts, a divider in the Hockwold Oaks. h- Mr. M. G. Hale's Happy Attack, by Happy Cure-Happy Act, a divider in the Hockwold Oaks. i- Mr. M. G. Hale's Happy Careerm by Happy Cure-Happy Act, a divider in the hockwold Oaks. j- Mr. J. R. Masters' My Mover, by Harsh Words-Bad Gypsy Girl, the runner-up in the Weeting Stakes. k- Sir Thomas Dewar's Top Degree, by Little Mercury-Carnforth, a divider in the Hockwold Derby. l- Mr. T. Ransden's R.I.L., By Harsh Words-Brogue, a divider in the Hockwold Derby. m- Mr. R. W. Burbidge's Littleton Bardelys, by Full Steam- Larkspur, a divider in the Hockwold Derby. n- Sir Thomas Dewar's Trench Digger, by Lad's Luck-Laermaiset, a divider in the Hockwold Derby.