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Of the number just mentioned there are two-and- twenty honorary members, in- cluding the Master of the Buck- hounds, who also figures as a member in his own right ; then there are the Stewards of the Irish Turf Club; President and Vice-President, and the three Stewards of the French Jockey Club ; President of the New York Jockey Club; Chairman of the Victoria Racing Club ; Chairman of the Australian Jockey Club, New South Wales. The honorary members also include seven foreigners, and the years fixed against their names are given to show the date of election to the Club. These foreign sportsmen are headed by the King of the Belgians (1866) ; then comes the Grand Duke Vladimir, of Russia (1871), Count Elmer Batthyany (1893), Comte de Berteux (1890), Prince d'Arenberg (1896), M.Henri Delamarre (1896), Count Tassalo Festetics (1880), Comte de Juigne (1896), Count LehendorfF (1895) ; while the only Englishman was the late Lord Russell of Killowen C1895). As our Chief Justice of England, of course, his lordship could not Buy Amlodipine Besylate well register colours, nor take an active racing part, but he used to breed a racehorse or two at Tadworth, and they were generally leased or sold to John Porter for their racing career. Still, if Lord Russell could not run the horses Purchase Amlodipine Online that he bred, when opportunity permitted he liked to visit Kingsclere; again, too. he seldom missed the paddock at Ascot, Kempton, or Sandown, and was always a conspicuous figure at Epsom in Order Amlodipine the Jockey Club Stand. By his death the Turf has indeed lost a true helping hand. Members of the Jockey Club who have not registered racing colours are the Duke of Cam- bridge (1872), Prince Christian (1868), and the Duke of Con- naught (1872). Although not registered, we have, however, seen the Duke Buy Cheap Amlodipine of Connaught's colours on a racecourse— in fact, in 1 88 1 he won a Military Steeple- chase at Aldershot with a horse Purchase Amlodipine called Blarney. The jacket the latter carried was a darkish green and black stripes, and a black cap; and it was Major Dalbiac, recently killed out at the Cape, who successfully wore the colours. But we shall, it seems, now see more of the Duke's racing livery, for he has signified his inten- tion of placing some racers and chasers under Amlodipine 5 the care of Mr. T. Lushington at Eyrefield Lodge. Of the ordinary members — Lord Colville (1869J, Duke of Richmond (1838), tne Earl of Cork and Orrery (1866), Sir Reginald Graham (1869), neither have colours in the Old Bur- lington list; and the same may be written of Comte de Juigne, Prince d'Arenberg, and Count Batthyany — although we have seen the two first-named run horses on this side of the chan- nel; and the name of Batthyany should ever keep in the mind the bright green jacket of Cheap Amlodipine the late Count in connection with What Is Amlodipine that splendid racer, Galopin. Of the Royal and Imperial Jockey Club members the Prince of Wales, as an owner of race- horses, of course, is most promi- nent. His Royal Highness was I90O.] PROMINENT MEMBERS OF OUR JOCKEY CLUB, 167 elected in the Club in 1864, but it was not until 1886 that his rich racing livery was seen at a meeting under Newmarket rules, and here the late Fred Archer was the first to wear them at Sandown Park, and they were successful. 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