British Royal Sportsmens Big Stags, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-05


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i ; t i r . : BRITISH ROYAL SPORTSMENS BIG STAGS To King George of Englands son. Prince Albert, is the honor of having brought down what is prob- ably the largest stag ever shot on the royal estates at Balmoral, Scotland. In company witli the king and Priucc Henry, Septemtor 5, on Craiggoweu, Prince Albert shot down a gigantic "fellow weighing 316 pounds, which beats King Georges "tert pointer" of 30S pounds, shot in September, 1909; while King Edwards record was one of 294 pounds, brought down as far back as August, 1866. On September 0 two fine stags fell to the kings rifle and one to Prince Henry. Over the Gallic moors a few days previously the king had some fair sport among the grouse, and before the royal party leaves. Balmoral there will probably be a drive of roedeer from the woods of the Birkuull estate. Loudon Sportaaiun.

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