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ANALYSIS OF THE RACING SEASON, 1847.

(From BelPs Life in London, Nov. 14.)

TUB Duke of Richmond's Red Hart has won thc largest amount of stakes, viz., 6,430/. ; Cossack, winner of the Derby, 5,950/. ; Miami, with the Oaks, 4,425/;; Van Tromp, including the St. Leger, 5,295/.; Mr. Mostyn's Surplice stands at the head of the two-year list, realising for her fortunate owner the largo sum of 5,5501.; Cle- mentina is a winner of 3,700/.; Ellerdale, 3,075/; the game little" Hero, 2,000/. ; Clermont, 2,870*.; Eryx, 2,835/.; Loadstone, 2,805/.; En- nui, 2,786f. ; Assault, 2,710/.; Lola Montez, 2,400/.; Mathematician, 2,335/.; Bridle. 2,330/.; Inheritress, 2.217/.; St. Lawrence, 2,210/.; Co- nyngham, 2,200l.; The Widow, 2,055/.; Lady WiliTair, 1,935/.; Planet, 1,950/.: Wolfdog. 1,800/.; Cawroush, 1,700/.; Mastiff, 1,000/.; Hy- drangea, 1,410/.; Quicksand, 1,390/.; Vanity, 1.3G0/.; Wood Pigeon, 1,290/.; Blackbird, 1265.'; Blaze, 1,240/. The' following noblemen and gentlemen have been the greatest winners during the past season :- Races. Amount.

Duke of Richmond...;.... 13 £6,997 Duke of Bedford... 31 4,605 Duke of Rutland . 5 1,235 Marquis of Exeter. 23 4,704 Lord Chesterfield . 20 4,635 Lord Eglinton. 13 8,760 Lord Glasgow....... 7 900 Lord Howth..;.12 ' 1,079 Lord Orford.;.;. 12 1,255 Lord E. Russell .;...,,_ 6 1,250 Lord Stanley_;..;_ ll 1,020 Lord Stradbroke;..;...:.. 5$ 930 Lord Strathmore... . ll 1,310 Lord Warwick. 5 1,655 Hon. E. M. Ll. Mostyn.... 45 21,253 Sir John Gerard .-.. 30 2,980 Sir Joseph Hawley.. .; 15 6,510 Sir R. Pigot . 2 2,200 Colonel Anson. ll, 2,220 Colonel Poel . ... IO 4,460 Captain O. V. Harcourt.... 7 . 3,075 Mr. Barnes. ll 1,590 Mr. Bowes . 3 ' 2,0 IO Mr. John Day... ll 2,910 Mr. Disney.......;.. 4 2,140 Mr. W. H. Gregory ...... 3 2,870 Mr. Gully ,.;;..;.... 8 3,360 Mr. A. W. Hill ....;....; 6 1,465 Mr.E. I. Irwin ...;...;.. 12* 1.590 Mr. Leigh .............. I 1;830 Mr. Merry.-^24 1T0Ö9 Mr. Meiklam. 20. 3,102 Mr. J. Moore. 9 2350 Mr. O'Brien ..' 10 * 2,098 Mr. T. Parr. 23 1.270 Mr. Payne. 20¿ 6,788 . Mr. T. Pedley..... 10" 7.765

Mr. Robertson.;.... 7 1,775 Mr. P. P.. Holt. 7 1,530 Mr. Stephenson. 9 1,895 Mr. Wreford .;.. 4 1,118

It will be Been by the above, that the Good- wood stable are still the " top mark," Mr. Mos^ lyn having been very fortunate in his purchase, winning 45 races out of 134 starters. The sea- son, from the carrying off. the Chester Cup by the game old'St. lawrence, to tile closing vic- tories at Newmarket (to the unexpected surprise of the many) of Cawroush and The Widow» has gone off with one continued eclat^ and augurs »splendid opening for 1848,.May we all live to enjoy it, and see the "ring" purified of its dross.

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