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NEAR BURNLEY, LANCASHIRE
Will serve a limited number of Mares this season at Two Pounds each Mare and Five Shillings the Groom. The Groom's fee to be paid the first time of serving, and the remainder on or before the 20th day of June next, to the Groom, for which he is accountable.
"ENGLAND'S GLORY" is now rising three year's old stands sixteen hands three inches high, and is a beautiful bay, on very short clean legs, with plenty of bone and of great substance, and of immense power, a splendid mover, and likely to make a first-class horse. He won the first Prize at the Peterborough Show, 1868, as the best foal for draught purposes; he won the first prize at the Cambridgeshire Show, held in March, 1869, as the yearling for draught purposes. When two years old, he won the first prize at the Peterborough Show, 1870, against an all, and there were thirteen competitors.
"ENGLAND'S GLORY" was got by Mr. T. Cleaver's noted horse, "Farmer's Delight," and Farmer's Delight" by the Wiltshire champion, "England's Glory," who was bred by Richard Hopper, Esq., of North Bank, Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire out of his noted bay mare for which he refused two hundred guineas with "England's Glory" at her heels. She was got by Mr. John Hemmant's, of Tharney Fens, prize horse, "Emporer," which took the first prize at Peterborough, 1859; the first prize, £25, at the Royal Show at Warwick, 1859; and the first prize at Peterborough, 1860; the first prize of £15.at North Lincoln Show, held at Horneycastle, 1860, against 17 competitors; the first prize of £15 at Staffordshire Show, held at Burton-upon-Trent, 1860, against 22 competitors; the first prize at Peterborough, 1861; and the first prize at Huntingdonshire Show, 1863. He was got by Mr. Dick's "Matchless" which horse was allowed to be one of the best horses in the County of Lincoln, and was acknowledged by all judges of cart horses to have left the best stock of any horse in England, there being thirty entire horses by him travelling in one season.
"ENGLAND'S GLORY" grand dam waas got by Mr. Taylor's world-wide renowned horse, "Old England's Glory," which horse took more prizes than any two horses in England. It is useles to trace his pedigree any further, for it is well known that "England's Glory" is sprung from the best breed of draught horses in the kingdom.
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