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Engraved by DUNCAN, from a Paint-
ing by A. COOPER, R. A.

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Painted by C. HANCOCK, and engraved by R. PARR.

OUR first plate for the present month is a portrait of the celebrated stallion Glencoe, the property of Messrs Tattersall, of Hyde Park Corner, and Dawley Wall Farm, near Uxbridge.

Glencoe is a horse of great power and symmetry, and in colour a rich chestnut. He was bred by Lord Jersey in 1831, and got by Sultan, out of Trampoline, by Tramp, out of Web (the dam of Fillagree, Middleton, Glenartney, &c.) by Waxy, Penelope, by Trumpator (the dam of Whalebone, Woful, Wire, Whisker, &c.)

Glencoe made his first appearance in the Newmarket Craven meeting, 1834, when he won the Tuesday's Riddlesworth Stakes of 200 sovs. each, h. ft. for the produce of mares covered in 1830.-Twelve subs., beating Zulima and two others.

On the Thursday in the same meeting he was beaten by Plenipotentiary in a Sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft.-Nine subs.

In the First Spring meeting he carried off the Desert Stakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft.-Ten subs., beating Ganges; and the 2,000gs. Stakes, beating Flatterer, second, Bentley, third, and four others not placed.

He ran third for the Epsom Derby stakes, Plenipotentiary being first, and Shilelagh second.

His next appearance was at Goodwood, where he won the Gold Cup, beating Colwick, Famine, and seven others not placed, Rockingham, St. Giles, and The Saddler among the number. He likewise won at the same meeting, the Racing Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, beating Louisa, Defensive, and Rebel.

His last performance in 1834 was at the Second October Meeting, winning the Garden Stakes of 100 sovs. each.-Five subs., beating Glaucus and Colwick.

In 1835 he only started once, when he won the Gold Cup at Ascot, beating Bran, Nonsense, Shilelagh, Pussy, and four others.

At the Newmarket Second October meeting, Lord Jersey challenged for the Whip and named Glencoe, but the challenge was not accepted.

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