. The American book of the dog. The origin, development, special characteristics, utility, breeding, training, points of judging, diseases, and kennel management of all breeds of dogs. Dogs. THE GREYHOUND. 149 by the National and Eastern Coursing Clubs, the smaller dogs have an undoubted advantage over either of the former. Misterton, winner of the Waterloo Cup in 1879, the greatest sire of modern times, having taken in over $20,000 in stud fees, trained and ran at sixty-three pounds. Princess Dagmar, who sold at public auction for §8,000, weighed fifty-eight pounds. Coomassie, twice winner of

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. The American book of the dog. The origin, development, special characteristics, utility, breeding, training, points of judging, diseases, and kennel management of all breeds of dogs. Dogs. THE GREYHOUND. 149 by the National and Eastern Coursing Clubs, the smaller dogs have an undoubted advantage over either of the former. Misterton, winner of the Waterloo Cup in 1879, the greatest sire of modern times, having taken in over $20,000 in stud fees, trained and ran at sixty-three pounds. Princess Dagmar, who sold at public auction for §8,000, weighed fifty-eight pounds. Coomassie, twice winner of
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. The American book of the dog. The origin, development, special characteristics, utility, breeding, training, points of judging, diseases, and kennel management of all breeds of dogs. Dogs. THE GREYHOUND. 149 by the National and Eastern Coursing Clubs, the smaller dogs have an undoubted advantage over either of the former. Misterton, winner of the Waterloo Cup in 1879, the greatest sire of modern times, having taken in over $20,000 in stud fees, trained and ran at sixty-three pounds. Princess Dagmar, who sold at public auction for §8,000, weighed fifty-eight pounds. Coomassie, twice winner of the Waterloo Cup, weighed but forty-two pounds when in. CHAMPION MASTER RICH.* Owned by Rockwood-Landseer Greyhound Kennels, Lexington, Ky. working condition; while Honey wood raced in great form at sixty-four pounds. Mullingar, winner of more money * Master Rich (A. K. C. S. B., No 10976) was whelped May 20, 1887. His height at shoukler is twenty-nine inches; weight, sixty-live pounds. His winnings are: First in the Derby, American Coursing Club, 1888; first, Chicago, 1889; first, Akron, 1889; first. Richmond, Ind., 1889; first, Columbus, 1889; first, Knoxville, 1889; second, Xcw York, 1890; second, Chicago, to his kennel niate, 1890; first, Baltimore, 1890; first, Boston, 1890; first in challenge class, Cincinnati, 1890.—Ed.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Shields, G. O. (George O. ), 1846-1925, ed. Chicago, Rand, McNally

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