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Catalogue of Sale from Messrs Tattersall of Ponies and Young Stock at Tabley, Knutsford, Cheshire on 23 July 1902, 23 July 1902
Scope and Contents Photographs showing two images from after the Windsor Drag horse show near Shardeloes, Amersham and and an image of a horse that sold at a record price at Newmarket. The first two images show, a dog leaping over one of the horse jumping fences; and the other shows Captain Seymour on his horse jumping 'through' the rails of the fence. The third image shows the brood mare, "Salamandra" that was sold to Lord Furnes for 16,000 guineas during the Newmarket sales in December 1920.
Scope and Contents Photograph of a Hackney Grand Vulcan horse in harness pulling a carriage through a field with a man and woman driving in the late 19th or early 20th century. A handwritten note on the slide reads, 'Miss Ella S. Ross Beechfield Sale, Ches.'
Scope and Contents Rose writes that he thinks there would be no difficulty in procuring some yellow dun ponies with a stripe along the back for Ewart. He also offers to track down a pure yellow stallion with a black stripe that he sold three years previously.
Dates: 08 September 1903
Scope and Contents McHardy writes that he will let Ewart have the stallion 'Braemore' for £20 before sending him to the Highland Show, and provides some background information about him.
Dates: 20 April 1907
Scope and Contents McHardy thanks Ewart for making arrangements for the pony 'Braemore' to be entered into the Highland Show and states that he will purchase any filly he sees comparable to 'Braemore'. He adds that he is sending a filly that he bred from 'Braemore' to the Joint Show at Dingwall.
Dates: 24 June 1907
Scope and Contents Sinclair writes that he is glad to hear that Ewart has accepted Mr Tod's offer of £22 for 'Mousa II' and gives instructions for the transportation of the pony.
Dates: 09 June 1916
Scope and Contents Hagenbeck offers Ewart £100 for the three hybrids he is selling. He offers Ewart a young Przewalski's horse skin and skeleton. He also has in his possession the skins of some Siberian Ibex which he suggests might be fitting for Ewart's 'museum' (presumably the Natural History collections at the University of Edinburgh). Hagenbeck also mentions that he had bad luck with Ewart's zebra 'Matopo', who was returned to him by a buyer due to a lung condition.
Dates: 27 November 1902