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Many neglected to do this, promising to do so as soon as the awards were made, which promise was not fulfilled in a single instance. The owners of animals were asked by mail to forward the needed information. About one-half responded. Some may complain because no description was given of certain animals. They may rest assured that the fault lies at their own doors, and not the neglect or oversight of the writer.

THOROUGHBREDS.

Stallions four years old and over. There were four entries in this class, averaging in height fifteen hands two and a quarter incbes, girth five feet eleven and a half inches, and weight ten hundred and twenty-one pounds. The first premium was awarded imported “ Kyrle Daley,” dark bay horse bred by Joseph Lyons, Queen's County, Ireland, imported and owned by John Reber, Lancaster, Ohio. He is nine years old, sired by Artillery; dam Colleen Rue, by Gemma di Vergy; second dam Princess, by Retriever; stands sixteen hands high, girths six feet six inches, and weighs twelve hundred and five pounds; was a fair race-horse. The preparation for his races appears to have left no bad impressions on his unusually good legs. The only white marks are a star and short snip. He has a fine head and neck, with good shoulders, and a middle piece which could scarcely be improved, with good quarters, long, strong stifles, and good gaskins. His only defect is in having a little too much daylight ander him.

Second premium fell to the lot of “ John Harper," blood bay horse owned by A. C. Mace, Chillicothe, Ohio.

Stallions tuo years old.-In this class but one entry was made, and being found worthy, was awarded first premium-“Buster," bay colt by Chillicothe, dam Kinnikinnick, fifveen hands two and a half inches high, girth five foet ten inches, weight nine hundred pounds; bred by C. W. Evans, Shadeville, Ohio, and owned by same party. He is quite a racy-looking youngster, with plenty of substance in his conformation.

Mares four years old and over.—Pour entries in this class, first honors descending on the head of “Nellie D,” owned by A. C. Mace, Chillicothe, Ohio.

Second premium was awarded “ Vienna,” owned by 0. P. Chaney, Canal Winchester, Ohio, sired by Vandal; first dam Fanny Brown by Lightning ; second dam Laura Bruce by Star Davis; height sixteen hands one inch, girth six feet one inch, and weight eleven hundred pounds. She is not only a large mare, but her fashionable breeding crops out in her conformation.

Mares three years old.—Four entries in this class, averaging in height fifteen bands one and a quarter inches, girth five feet ten inches, weight eight hundred and eighty-two pounds. Three of these were in running form. First premium awarded “Bonnie Ford,” owned by J. P. Bidleman, Columbus, Ohio; height fifteen hands three inches, girth five feet ten inches, and weight nine hundred pounds.

Second premium awarded “Bobolink,” bay filly by imported Bonnie Scotland, dam Bonicia by Jack Malone, bred by General Harding, Nashville, Tenn., owned by M. Welch, St. Louis, Mo.; height fifteen hands one inch, girth five feet nine inches, weight seven hundred and ninety pounds, in running condition.

Mares Two Years Old.—Three entries in this class; average height, fifteen hands and a quarter inch; girth, five feet eight inches; weight, eight hundred pounds.

First premium awarded “Louisa Gwynne," bred by Baldwin Gwynne, Columbus (deceased), owned by J. P. Bidleman, Columbus. Sired by imported Hurrah ; dam, Nellie Gwynne by imported Bonnie Scotland; 2d dam, Gray Alice by Chorister; 3d dam, Alice Carneal (Lexington's dam); color, bay; height, fifteen hands one inch; girth, five feet eight inches; weight, eight hundred pounds. She is a well-developed filly for her age, with size and substance.

Second premium to Almo, chesnut silts ; fifteen bands two inches high ; girth, five foot eight inches; weight, eight hundred and fifty pounds. Owned by Adam Miller, Bloomfield, Ohio.

ROADSTERS.

Stallions Four Years Old and Over.—Twelve entries in this class, the average of which is as follows: Height, fifteen hands two inches; girth, five feet ten and a half inches; weight, ten hundred and thirteen pounds. Many of the horses in this class are in active training, which renders the average weight no criterion.

First premium was awarded “Sterling," a bay horse by Volunteer, owned by Geo. W. Keenan, Upper Sandusky, Ohio; sixteen hands high; girth, six feet; weighit, ten huudred and seventy-five ponnds. He is a stout built, serviceable horse, with fine trotting action.

Second premium was awarded “Pilot," bred and owned by Henry Ropp, Springfield, Ohio; eight years old; height, fifteen bands two inches; girth, five feet eleven inches; weight, ten hundred and ninety-five pounds,

Stallions Three Years Old.—There were seven entries in this class, averaging in height fifteen bands one inch; girth, five feet seven inches; weight, nine hundred and sixty pounds.

First premium was awarded “May Fly," a bay colt, bred by A. T. Reed, Highland county, Ohio. Owned by J. W. Young, Circleville, Ohio. Sired by Lyman's Monarch, dam by Rysdike's Hambletonian; fifteen hands one inch high; girth, five feet; weight, ten hundred and ninety pounds. This colt is finely formed, and has a fine way of going.

Second premium was awarded “Robert Burns," a black colt by Hailstorm, dam by Flying Cloud. Bred by W. Burns, and owned by W. M. Yeazle, both of Springfield, Obio. Height, fifteen hands one and a half inches ; girth, five feet ten inches; weight, nine hundred and eighty pounds. He is a finely finished colt, with plenty of bone and good action.

Stallions Two Years Old.-- There were three entries in this class. Average height, ff. teen hands two and a half inches; girth, six feet two and a half inches; weight, ten handred and seventy-five pounds.

First premium was awarded “Naxon," a bay colt, bre.by W. Osborn, Licking county, Ohio. Owned by J. R. Van Vorbies, Nasbport, Ohio, Sired by Commodore, Jr., dam by Kentucky Whip (the dam must have been a very old mare). He is a good large colt, with fine proportions, but deficient in knee action. Height, fifteen hands three inches; girth, eix feet five inches; weight, nine hundred and ninety pounds.

Second premium was awarded a chestnut colt, “Ned,bred and owned by Jno. Turner. Pleasant Corner, Ohio. Sired by Hall's Mohawk, Jr., dam by Blanco. Sixteen bands high; girth, five feet ten inches; weight, ten hundred and fifty pounds. He is a stout, well-developed colt, with free open action.

Mares four years old and over.-Fourteen entries in this class, many of which any road rider might be proud of, Nearly all being in trotting condition, the average weight must necessarily be light when compared with the height and girth, averaging as follows: Height, fifteen hands, two and a half inches; girth, five feet eight and a half inches; and weigbt nine hundred and sixty-seven pounds. First premium was awarded "Mary Belmont,” chestnut mare, five years old, fifteen hands and thre-quarters of an inch high; girth, five foet eight inchos; weight, eight hundred and fifty pounds (in trotting form); bred by Mr. Alexander, Kentucky; owned by H. M. Bagher, Glendale, Ohio; sired by Belmont; Ist dam by Pilot, Jr.; 2d dam by Grey Goose. Mary Belmont is not only a beautiful mare, but a pure-gaited trotter, of no moan pretensions.

Second premium was awarded the thoroughbred mare, “Lady Richmond,” by Ali. Richmond; 1st dam, Colombia, by imported Bonnie Scotland; second dam, Young Fashion, by imported Monarch; 3d dam, Fashion, bay mare, sixteen hands high; girth, six feet; weight, one thousand and twenty pounds. She is a fine, gaited trotter; can trot in two minutes and thirty-five seconds, and a haudy breaker. Very strongly built, for a thoronghbred, in her whole conformation: bred and owned by John Reber, Lancaster, Ohio.

Mares three years oldThere were four entries in this class, averaging in height fifteen hands and one inch: girth, five feet and seven inches; and weight eight hundred and sixty pounds. But one premium was awarded, and that to “Mambrino Nellie;" bred by Dr. L. Herr, Lexington, Kentucky, and owned by C. S. Herr, Shadeville, Ohio; sired by Manbrino King; dam by Bourbon Chief. She is a beautiful golden chestuut filly, with considerable speed; can trot close to two-fifty; fifteen hands three inches high; girth, five feet nine inches, and weighs nine hundred and twenty-five pounds (in trotting form).

GENERAL PURPOSE. Stallions four years old and over.-Nineteen entries made up the list in this class, and a goodly lov they were, with the exception of a very few poorly-gaited horses.

First premium was awarded “Bay Tom" (or English Bay Tom), bay horse, bred by Jacob Sheaver; owned by Aaron Hancock, North Robinson, Ohio; sired by John C. Heenan; dam by Bellfounder (descriptive list of horse does not say which Bellfounder); is six years old; weighs ten hundred and ninety pounds; stands fifteen and a half bands high; girths six feet one and a half inches. He is a compactly built and substantial looking horse, with fair trotting action.

Second premium was awarded “Abdallah, Jr.,” sired by Erie Abdallah; dam by old Mohawk (Hall's); bred and owned by S. J. Truesdale, Chesterville, Ohio; is eight years old; fifteen hands and one inch high; girths six feet foar inches; and weighs eleven hundred and twenty pounds. The average in this class was, in height, fifteen hands two and a half inches; girth, five feet eleven inches; and weight eleven hundred and thirty pounds.

Stallions three years old.--Five entries in this class, averaging in height fifteen hands three inches; girth five feet eleven and a half inches; weight, ten hundred and ninetythree pounds.

First premium was awarded “ Bay Top,” owned by Thomas Sweet, Hamilton, Ohio. He is a very blood-like colt, with immense power; extra good stifles and gaskins.

Second premium awarded “Padlock, Jr.," sired by Padlock (thoroughbred), dam by Messenger (dam must have been not less than fifty-seven years old), owned by W. J. Cheney, Gabanna, Ohio, and bred by same party; in height sixteen hands and one. balf inch; girth, six feet geven inches; weight, twelve hundred and sixty-five pounds. He is a speed y colt, with good trotting action, and a strong mover. The preponderance of running blood should make him game.

Slailions Two Years Old.-- Brought out three competitors, which averaged in height fifteen hands one inch; girth, five feet eleven inches; weight, nine hundred and eighty pounds.

First premium was carried away by “Rolla.” Sired by young Lincoln ; dam by Rock Lion ; bred and owned by J. M. Winters, Troy, Ohio; sixteen hands one inch high; girth, six feet; weight eleven hundred and sixty-five pounds; he is a finely finished colt, with plenty of bone.

Second premium was awarded “Teaser,” dark bay colt; by Printer; dam, Kate of Argyl, by Sweet Briar, owned by J. V. Davis, Galloway, Ohio; weighs ten hundred and twenty-five pounds; girths six feet tbreo inches, and stands fifteen hands one inch high. He is a finely proportioned colt. In justice to the premium colts will give measurement, etc., of third colt. Height, fourteen hands one inch; girth, five feet six inches; weight, seven hundred and fifty pounds.

Mares Four Years Old and orer.--Six competitors in this class; average height, fifteen bands two and a quarter inches; girth, six feet five inches; weight, eleven hundred and seventy-one pounds.

First premium was awarded "Kit," bay mare, ten years old ; bred by Dr. Cromley; owned by T. B. Vause, Columbus, Ohio; sired by Blanco; dam, Morganna ; fifteen hands three inches high; girth, six feet two inches; weight, ten hundred and forty pounds ; good head and neck, set on an excellent pair of slanting shonlders; good back, loins, and quarters, with fair legs and feet.

Second premium was awarded “Bay Polly,” four years old; fifteen bands three inches high; girth, six feet one inch; weight, eleven hundred and sixty pounds; as her name indicates, she is bay in color; bred and owned by Thomas Sweet, Hamilton, Ohio; sired by Independence, with plenty of size and style, but not very finely gaited.

Mares Troo Years Old.—Three entries in this class, averaging in height fifteen hands; girth, five feet ten inches; weight, nine hundred and twenty pounds.

First premium awarded to 0. P. Chaney's sorrel filly, “Allie ;" bred by O. P. Chaney, Canal Winchester, Ohio; sired by Mambrino Tranby; dam, Mollie, by Norman ; height, fifteen bands and half an inch; girth, five feet ten inches; weight, nine hundred and twenty pounds.

Second premium was awarded “Kate Oller," bay filly, by Hiatoga Jim; dam by Telegraph Morgan; bred by L. Taylor; owned by William Oller, Westerville, Ohio; height, fifteen hands; girth, five feet ten inches; weight, nine hundred and twenty pounds.

Brood Mares with Foals at their sides.---Five entries in this class ; average height, fifteen hands three inches; girth, six feet three and a half inches; weight, eleven hundred and thirty-two pounds.

First premium was awarded “Petty Boone," dark bay, two years old ; height, fifteen hands one inch; girth, six feet five inches; weight, eleven hundred and seventy-five pounds; bred by William Boone; owned by D. 8. Elliott, Alton, Ohio; sired by Canadian; dam, Betty Boone; foal weighed four hundred and forty pounds. She is a fine, large mare; high-headed and full of vim, but kindly disposed.

Second premium was awarded bay mare, “Fanny ;" bred by William Keyes ; owned by John Turner, Pleasant Corner, Ohio; sired by Morgan's Blanco; dam, Monarch, by imported Monarch ; thirteen years old; height, sixteen hands; girth, six feet four inches; and weight eleven hundred pounds; foal weighed four hundred and fifty pounds.

DRAFT. Draft Stallions four years old and orer.–Fifteen entries in this class; with the exception of two worthless brutes, they were a good lot, and would compare favorably with "Horse Shows" in any country. Average height, sixteen hands two and a quar

ter inches; girth, six feet ten inches ; weight, sixteen hundred and fifty-three and a quarter pounds..

First premium was awarded “Belgium,” owned by Messrs. J. P. Thompson & Co., Delaware, Ohio; brown in color; seven years old; height, seventeen hands two and a half inches; girth, seven feet seven inches; weight, twenty hundred : and seventy pounds; he is not only a large horse, but has good action, fine disposition, and evenly proportioned, very heavy bone and muscle.

Second premium went to “Forfar Chief,” bred by Mr. Davidson. Lander Haugh, Ronnickshire, Scotland, owned by Messrs. Sellars & Hoff, Cardington, Ohio; red bay: white face and wbite hind legs; sired by Lord Clyde; dam, a pure Clydesdale mare by Wonder; nine years old ; sixteen hands two and a half inches high; girth, seven feet four inches; weight eighteen hundred and sixty-five pounds. Many wouldpronounce him the peer of Belgium, recipient of first award, were it not for his white markings.

Stallions three years old.—But one entry in this class ; owned by A. Gill, Plain City, Ohio (no name); seventeen hands one inch high; girth, six feet ten inches; weight, seventeen hundred pounds. He is a very large muscular colt.

Stallions two years old.-Four entries in this class; average height, sixteen hands one inch; girth, six feet eight inches; weight, fifteen hundred and twelve pounds.

First premium awarded “Robert Brush," owned by Robert Patterson, Hilliard, Ohio; iron gray sixteen hands high ; girth, six feet seven inches; weight, fourteen hundred and forty pounds; strong back; with good legs, the bone of which is very large.

Second premium awarded "Ben,” bred and owned by Lyman Smith, Dublin, Ohio; brown in color; height, sixteen hands and half an inch; girth ,six feet nine inches; weight, four. toen hundred and ninety-five pounds; sired by Robert Bruce; dam by imported Belgium Bill; good shoulders, back, and strong quarters, but a trifle garter-tied below the knees.

Draft Mares four years old and over.-Was productive of five entries; average weight, sixteen hundred and seventy pounds; girth, seven foet one inch; height, sixteen hands three inches.

First premium was awarded gray mare owned by Messrs. J. P. Thompson & Co., Delaware, Ohio.

Second premium went to “Belle,” owned by J. T. Miller, Columbus Ohio; height, sixteen hands two inches; girth, seven feet three inches; weight, seventeen hundred and twenty-five pounds.

Mares three years old.-Five entries in this class; average height, sixteen hands; girth, six feet ten inches; weight, fourteen hundred and ninety-nine pounds.

First premium awarded “Rose ;" steel gray in color; height, sixteen hands and half an inch ; girth, six feet eleven inches; weight, fourteen hundred and sixty pounds; bred by Thomas Jones; owned by Samuel Taylor, Plain City, Ohio; sired by Sir Robert Bruce ; dam, Rose, by Baker horse, second dam, imported Doll; she is a large, robust looking filly, with an extra short, stout back.

Second premium awarded filly (no name), owned by E. Martin, Woodstock, Ohio.

Mares two years old.-In this class there were three entries ; average height, fifteen hands two and three quarter inches; girth, six feet eight inches; weight, thirteen hondred and seventy-eight pounds.

First premium was awarded black filly “Emma ;" bred and owned by John Bates, Harrisburg, Indiana; sired by Hercules; dam, half Norman half England's Glory ; . height, fifteen hands two inches; girth, six feet six inches; weight, thirteen hundred and twenty pounds; she is a big, powerful filly, of good action and heavy bone.

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