(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Children's Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "The thoroughbred horse : his origin, how to breed and how [to] select him : with the Horse breeders' guide : embracing one hundred tabulated pedigrees of the principal sires ..."

Thoroughbred 



Horse, 




1892. 






S. D. BRUCE, 



.-. '<' ^.^^^ 



•^■\ \ .: 




)'., ♦*•■. 



f -^^^^ ^:k^ '^^^ , ^ , 



A^r : ^ 












^ ^K# 






rv 






^^ 




VSA3fcJ08£ 
B833 

LIBRARY 

OF 

LEONARD PEARSON 

VETERINARIAN 






J^ 



1^ : 






X "^"^^^T -^ 



^'' 



^^r^.<^:mM 



A 






"^■^.^^c 



V, 



'^Jl 






-■i.yfr 




-4^4 






k i*-- 






^^ 






:^ V- 



.;ir v'^::' •"'~!:^^>^^> 'tc^ "^-:^* ^^- ^^ 



,**• ."is.! 






V^' 






^^^ 



■^' 



k-^ 



'^ : 





--^ ■iv.jfy^ ''.-'^ 



^s 






^' /.'^ 






£r#^A 












^ .-^ 



-^^ 











I^r#i^ 









.4 




r 



^'' ^^^^^'^' 



aS/.^ 



»<• .'is.! 






:v.4 





\ 



r .; 









'J 









. Ky-^-^^^a^ 



r" 



>\ 



^, 



y^^S^x--^^<^ 



■t^ 



n^. 






Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2009 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 




:l?rttp ://\Mw. archive., or^etai I sA 



THE 



THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 



HIS ORIGIN, now TO BREED AND 
ROW SELECT HIM. 



WITH THE 



HORSE BREEDERS^ GUIDE. 



EMBUACIXG OXE IIl'XDRED TABULATED PEDIGREES OF THE PKIXCI- 

PAL SIRE8, WITH El'LL PEREORMAXCES OF EACH AXD 

BEST OF THEIR GET, COVERIXG THE 

SEASON OF 1892. 



By S. D. BRUCE, 

Author of the Ainei-ic-an Stud Book. 



Published at the 

Office of the TURP\ FIELD AND FARM, 

Times Building, New York. 



Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1S93, 

By S. D. Bruce, 
in the otlice of the Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



3Z33 



r. .<■{ , 



o 



INDEX 

TO THE SIRES OF STALLIONS TABULATED. 



^X- - Alarm son 

Albert Victor ' 

♦Australian ' 

*Billet '.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ' 

«Blair Atii'ol' '.'.'.y.'.'.'. .'.'...'. . ' 

Bonuie Scotlaud ' 

*BuckJeu ' 

Cheviot ' 

Claremont " 

C'r<^aucier ' 

Dakota '' 

Distin ' 

Doncaster " 

Enquirer ' 

Eolus ' 

Flageolet " 

Galopin " 

GWroy . .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ' 

*Glenelg ' 

■*Glenearrv ' 

Grinstc-ad ' 

Hampton " 

Hermit " 

Hindoo ' 

*Kin2 Ernest ' 

Kinfffisher ' 

Kinj^Tom ' 

*Leaniiugton ' 

Lexington..... ' 

Lisbon " 

Longfellow " 

Lowlander " 

Macaroni " 



PA OB. 

of *Eclipse Himyar 173 

Marsyas *Albert Ill 

" *The Sailor Prince 271 

' West Australian Fellowcraf t 161 

■ " " Harry O'Fallon 171 

' " " iVIiser 219 

• " " Spendthrift 2.57 

' " " Springbok 259 

' " " Wildidle 299 

■ '• " Wilful 301 

' Voltigeur Belvidere 113 

''' Sir Dixon 253 

Stockwell *Stonehenge 2fi3 

lago Bramble 1 19 

■ ''^ Luke Blackburn 209 

Lord Clifden Bend'or 115 

" Buckmaster 121 

Adventurer *Paramatta 227 

Blair Athol *Esher 1.53 

Le Sarrazin *Wood Moss 303 

*Billet Phil Warren 229 

Trumpeter *Cliaraxus 127 

StoekweU «Eossington 239 

*Leamington Ecuador 143 

" Emperor 145 

" Falsetto 157 

" Farandole 159 

" Inspector B 177 

^Leamington Knight of EUerslie 193 

Plutus. " *Ravon-d'Or 237 

Vedette *Gaiore 163 

*King Galop 187 

Lexington Grinstead 167 

' Citadel Postguard 233 

Thormanby Col. Clark 131 

Gilroy Volants 291 

Lord Clifden *Eothen 151 

" *Kingston 191 

Newminster *St. Blaise 241 

Virgil Hanover 169 

Kin^ Tom Kinglike 189 

Lexington Turco 281 

Harkaway *Great Tom 165 

Faugh-a Ballagh Enquirer 147 

''^ " Eolus 149 

" " Iroquois 179 

" " Longfellow 205 

" " Onondaga 225 

" " Powhattau 235 

" " Sensation 245 

" " Stratford 265 

Boston Tom Ochiltree 273 

Uncas 285 

" Wanderer 295 

*Pliaeton Troubadour 279 

*Lcamington Leonatus 197 

" Linden 199 

" Logic 203 

" The Bard 267 

Dale,«man *Dutch Organ 141 

Sweetmeat *,VIacaroon! 211 

" *Mocassin 221 



*Mortemer son of 

Musket " 

Pero Gomez " 

*Phaetoii.... '.'.'.'.. "^ 

Planet..!!..!..'. " 

*Prince Charlie " 

*Rayon-d'Or '' 

Rebel " 

Rosicrucian " 

St. Simon " 

Scottish Chief " 

Sensation " 

Silvio " 

Star Davis " 

Sterling " 

The Peer " 

The Ranger " 

Traducer " 

Uncas " 

Vandal " 

Virgil " 

War Dance " 

Wenloek " 



Compirgne.. 
Toxophilite. 
Beadsman.. . 

King Tom. . 



Galopin 

Lerd of the Isles . 



. Exile 155 

*Maxim 217 

♦Pontiai 1231 

*Siddartha 347 

. King Alfonso 18.5 

. Lisbon 201 

Revenue Whisper 297 

Blair Atliol Salvator 343 

" *The Jacobite 3fi9 

" *Wagner 393 

Flageolet Julien ISl 

Socks Manchaca 313 

Beadsman *Black Dean 117 

" *Laureate 19.5 

*Masetto 215 

*Simon Magus 251 

*DonaldA 139 

*Kantaka 183 

*Leamington Centaur 1-33 

Blair Athol *Silvermine 349 

*Glencoe Day Star 135 

Oxford *Lovalist 207 

" *Stalwart 361 

" *Top Gallant 375 

Melbourne *Darebin 1.33 

Voltigeur *Uhlan 283 

The Libel *Cheviot 139 

" *Sir Modred - 255 

Lexington Oneko 333 

*Gleneoe Ventilator 287 

Vandal Hindoo 175 

" Tremont 377 

" Vocalic 289 

Lexington Chance 135 

Lord Clifden *Abingdon 109 

" *Deceiver 137 



INDEX 

TO THE DAMS OF STALLIONS TABULATED. 



Acoustic by *Australian. 



*Agenoria 

*Algebra 

Ann Fief 

Annie Booth 

Araucaria 

Badge 

Boot and Saddle.. 

Bourbon Belle 

Brademante 

Capitola 

Carolin 

Casuistry 

Coimbra 

C'olossa 

Coral 

Duchess of .\iaifi.. 
Fanny Washington 

Farfak'tta 

*Faverdale 

Florence 

Fusee 

Glenluine " *Glenelg. 

Hawthorn Bloom. 

Hermita 

Hester 

Hira 

Idalia 

Idlew'iid v. '.'.'.■.■.'. v. 
Ivy Leaf 



*Judith 

Kate Fislier 

Kate Walker.... 

Katoua 

King Tom .Vlare 

Lady Abbess 

Lady Langden . . 



Lexington Fellowcraf t 161 

Miser 219 

Spendthrift 257 



Adventurer *Pontiac 231 

Diophantus "Donald A 139 

Alarm Tremont 277 

Marion Phil Warren 229 

Ambrose *Ravon-d'Or 237 

Gilroy Logic 203 

Trumpeter *Deceiver 137 

*Bonnie Scotland Hanover im 

War Dance Tlie Bard 2t>7 

Vandal King Alfonso ia5 

*Sc\-t hian Ventilator 287 

The Miner *Loyalist 207 

Kingston *St6nehenge 363 

Colossus Inspector B 177 

Vandal Uncas 28.t 

Wanderer 295 

EUand «Wagner 293 

Revenue Eolus 149 

*Australian Falsetto 157 

The Palmer Centaur 123 

•' Oneko 223 

Lexington Hindoo 175 

Marsyas *St. Blaise 241 

Troubadour 279 

Kettledrum *Albert HI 

Hermit *The Sailor Prince 271 

Lexington Springbok 259 

Lexington Himyar 173 

Cambuscan *( heviot 129 

*Sir Modred 255 

LcxinirtOTi Wildidle 2S9 

'Australian Bramble 119 

Jaconet " *Leamington Belvidere 113 

SirDixon 253 

-Macaroni Julien 181 

Bill Cheatham Col. Clark 131 

Emliry's Lexington Bend'or 115 

Voucher .". Tom Ochiltree 273 

King Tom *King Galop 187 

Cathedral *Masetto 215 

Kettledrum *Abingdon 109 



*Lady Love 

Lady Maura 

*Lady Nar 

La .Sicchaute 

La Polka 

Last Love 

Laura 

Lemonade 

Lida 

Lily Agnes 

Linda Lewis 

Lizzie Hazlewood 

Lurline 

Madame Strauss. . 

Maggie B. B 

Maiden 

Mattie Gross 



Caterer Lisbon 201 

' Macaroni *Galore 163 

Macaroni *Wood .Moss 303 

■ Tumus *Uhlau 283 

Lexington Post Guard 2S3 

• Annandale *King6ton 191 

Orlando *Laureate 195 

' *Leamington Manchaca 213 

Lexington *Enquirer 147 

Macaroni *Rossington 239 

Oliver Linden 199 

■ Soathelock Knight of Ellerslie 193 

Traducer *Darebin 133 

King Tom *Mocassin 221 

*AustraUan Iroquois 179 

Lexington Powhattan 235 

Lexington Whisper , 297 



MetaH by 

Mimi ■' 

Nameless " 

Nantura " 

Nevada " 

Nuneat on " 

Orlando mare " 

Perhaps " 

*Pussy " 

Realization " 

Salina " 

Sappho " 

Scraps " 

Seclusion " 

Sea Mark " 

*Second Hand " 

Semper Felix " 

Sister Anne " 

*Songstress '■ 

Sovereign Marc '" 

Squeez'em " 

Sultana " 

*■^unuy South " 

Susan Beane " 

The Pearl. ..!...!.. " 

*Toucques. " 

Tymbestere " 

Una " 

Vesperlight " 

Waltz " 

AVheel of Fortune " 

Woodcraft " 



Harry of the West Buckmaster lat 

*Eclipse Kinslike 189 

Blinkhoolie *Black Dean 117 

Brawner's Eclipse Longfellow 2(J5 

Lexington Ecuador 143 

" Luke Blackburn a09 

Orlando *Silvcimine 249 

" *The Jacobite 269 

* Australian Chance 125 

Diophantus Wilful 301 

Vespasian *Maxim 217 

Lexington Salvator 343 

Kingston *Charaxus ia7 

Lord of the Hills *Paramatta 2ii7 

Tadmor *Kantaka 183 

Adventurer *Stalwart 261 

*Top Gallant 275 

Stockwell Exile 155 

*Phaelou Lconatus 197 

*Glenelg Volante 291 

Chanticleer *Macaroon 211 

•^Sovereign- Grinstead 167 

Lexington Day Star. . '. 135 

Oxford *Eothen 151 

Birdcatcher Harry O'Fallon 171 

Lexington Onondaga 225 

"' Sensation 245 

" Stratford 265 

Ncwminster *8iddartha 247 

Mouarque Turco 881 

TheRake* *Dutoh Organ 141 

Dusk *Esher 153 

Childe Harold Emperor 145 

Lexington Farandole 159 

Adventurer *Simon Magus 251 

Voltigeur *Great Tom". 165 



INTRODUCTION. 



TiiK author in wrifiii;; this liook and cdniiiilinj; the tabulated pedigrees of 
the sires to lie found in it. lias lieen iiidiieed to do so in the hope of their 
proviiij; useful to those engaged in breeding for the turf, or who are seeking 
to foster this most pojiular national amusement. Very nuiny of our largest 
breeders ignore the lessons taught in the " Stud Book and Racing Calendar." 
I earnestly commend to all the necessity of observing what sources and what 
course of breeding have iiroduced the best results in England, which may be 
most properly called the home of the thoroughbred horse. I have given ni.v 
own views as to the best mode to successfully breetl the race-horse, the best 
mode to select a stallion and brood mare, and the treatment of the same both 
in the stud and on the farm. I do not exjiect that all will agree with me, 
but the ideas expressed and ]daiis suggested will do away with many of tlie 
chances incident to breeding. Tliere is much uncertainly, and always will be, 
attending the best and most careful mode of breeding, and this opinion is 
strongly exemplified in the frequent occurrence of one horse being of very high 
form and an excellent race-horse, and a full brother or sister being only ordi- 
nary ; yet I differ from a great many in the opinion that breeding depends entirely 
uiiiiu chance. Accitlents and other unforeseeu causes, some of thera so unim- 
portant and abstruse as to escape our attention or come within our knowledge, 
mav prevent the best bred and most promising animal from arriving at its 
uatural size and true shajie, and a little difference in conformation, symmetry 
and constitution may make a decided diflerence in goodness and speed. The 
foal may be weak and have a delicate constitution, owing to the dam being 
starved and exiiosed to liardshijis while carrying it, or it may lun e been iin- 
projierly reared. This jiroves that great care and knowledge are necessary in 
rearing horses for the turf, as well as judgment and attention in selecting mares 
and stallions from which to breed. The chief points are pure blood, confor- 
mation, constitution, racing lineage and hereditary soundness. The nearer we 
get to true shape with the other points combined, the more certainly we will 
arrive at excellence. We often liiid a large horse of good sluqie and racing 
synnnetry ; but where there is one good large one there are a dozen small or 
medium sized ones. The greater the size, when ((unbined with the good qual- 
ities, the greater the excellence and llie powers, for a good little horse cannot 
oopo with a great good one. Hence size with constitution, soundness and 
symmetry constitute the height of jierfection. While I advocate and commend 
pure blood, I am convinced that ver.v often pedigree is the only point at which 
some breeders look, ignoring altogether shape and action ; hence failures. The 
establishment of reputation by a stallion dciiends on his having good marcs 



Vin IXTRODIX'TIOX. 

at first, for it' lio has only bail and imliHVri'iit ones the produce will bo iu 
low form and a disaiipointinent, and the horse condemned as a failure. To 
prove this, it is only necessary to cito the Godolphin Arabian and Marsko; 
the former but for the accident of coveriu<; Koxaua and getting Lath would 
have died nnk'iown, while Marske, who had been standing for half a guinea and 
was s(dd for twenty guineas, after siring Eclipse was sold for one thousand 
guineas and covered at one hundred guineas. Squirt, the sire of Marske, had 
been ordered sliot and was saved by the intercession of his groom ; he after- 
wards got Marske, Syphon and the celebrated Sijuirt mare, the dam of Maiden 
Purity, Pumpkin and other famous horses. That many good race-horses have 
proved failures as stallions and many poor race-horses successful ones no cue 
can doubt, as instance Lath, who was a famous race-horse but an inditfereut 
stallion, whiLst his full brother Cade was an indifferent race-horse but a most 
excellent stallion. Flying Childers dazzled the world by the splendor of his 
career on the tnrf, yet his brother, Bartlett's Childers, proved far the better stall- 
ion. According to my notions, no horse can be a good race-horse or a suc- 
cessful stallion that; does not possess great symmetry, by which I do not mean 
beauty, but a show of all those points, such as conformation, length, i)Ower 
and muscle, justly united. Notwithstanding it is often asserted that hor.ses run 
in all shapes, it cannot be denied that they run better and more frequently 
where they are well and truly shaped and of tried and approved conformation. 
A horse may appear to the eye of ordinary judges very plain and ill shaped, 
and still be in high form, and to the eye of a connoisseur right iu all the material 
points for racing purposes. The machinery properly put together is the point. 
Chances and accidents arc closely allieil to all pursuits, and more particularly 
to breeding for the turf, and luck very freiiuently predominates over skill 
and judgment; and whilst breeding cannot be nnide a certainty or reduced 
to a science, it should not be left to chance. It cannot be too minutely studied, 
investigated or attended to in all its branches, and the breeder who selects 
his mares and stallions with care, attention and judgment as to jinrity of pedi- 
gree, symmetry of form, temper, soundness and constitution, in fait, those i>os- 
sessing all those essential qualities of speed and stoutness, must be nunc suc- 
cessful than one who breeds at haphazard and pays no ngard to thcM- estab- 
lished rules, at the same time crossing and preserving the blood of his mares 
judiciously, and aiming to remedy the defects, deficient properties and inferior 
qualities of his mares by the superior conforunition, symmetry, admirable prop- 
erties and brilliant (inalities of the stallion, or vice versa. Those who do 
this will be more likely to prodme a nniri; symmetrical, high-typed and suc- 
cessful race-horse than those who pay no attention to these jjoints. S]ieculative 
experiments may suit those of large fortunes, but the thinking and juiticions 
breeder, aware of the great i'X]>ens(>, constant and iniicniilting attention neces- 
sary for success, will coiilini' himself to the established |irartice of mm wliosi- 
experience, judgment, attention and sncrcss in breeding are worthy of imita- 
tion. It is a matter of opinion whether the ofispring ])artake nnist of the 
siro or dam. There is no doubt but that they partake of both, though very 
often more of the one than the other. Sonm of the mares breed more after them- 
selves, others nmre after the stallion, then again one fo.il will partake^ mori' .after 



IXTRODUCTIOX. IX 

the mare iiiul tlio next partake most after the horse. It also occasionally happens 
that the foal will color and mark after the grauilsire or granilam or some other 
nmre distant cross, and partake of their (jualities, hence the necessity of pure blood, 
conformation and soundness through many generations. To appreciate what care, 
attention and sound judgment have done for the thoroughbred horse, it is only neces- 
sary for us to look at his origin ; unquestionably the thoroughbred horse as he now 
exists in his great perfection originated from a cross of the Arabian, Barb and Turk- 
ish horse, the representative scions being the Godolphin and Darley Arabians; the 
formei', generally conceded to be a '• Barb," was the sire of Lath, Cade, Regulus, 
Ulank, Babraham, Bajazet, Old England, etc. It is said Mr. Coke brought him from 
France, and that he had actually drawn a cart in the streets of Paris. Mr. Coke 
gave him to Mr. Williams, keeper of the St. James Coffee House, by whom he was pre- 
sente;! to Lord Godolphin, heuce his name. He was teaser to Hobgoblin in the years 
1730 and ITM, anil, on the latter refusing to cover Roxana by the Bald Galloway, she 
was bred to the Arabian, and from that cover produced Lath, the first colt ever 
credited to him, which brought him into jiromiueut notice. He was represented 15 
hands high. The Darley Arabian was the property of Jlr, Darley, of Buttercramb, 
near York. He was the sire of the great Flying Childers, supposed to be the fastest 
horse in the world, sire of Second, Snip, Blacklegs, etc., Bartlett's Childers and 
Almanzor. Bartlett's Childers never raced, but he was famous as a stallion. He was 
sire of Siiuirt (the sire of Marske and Syphon) and the Little Hartley mare, the dam 
of Janus, Blank, Old England, Slouch, etc. The Curwen Bay Barb was a present to 
Louis XIV. of France from the Emperor of Morocco, and was brought into England 
by Mr. Curwen. St. Victor Barb was the sire of the Bald Galloway, and he was the 
sire of Roxana that brought the Goldophin Arabian into notice. The C'ompton Barb 
was sire of Coquette and others. Huttou's Bay Barb was sire of Blacklegs. The 
Byerly Turk was Capt. Byerly's charger iu Ireland during King William's wars in 
1689. It is from this horse that the Herod blood originated. An examination of the 
Stud Book and Racing Calendar will show that nearly the entire family of great 
race-horses, both iu England and America, dates back to the sources mentioned, and 
that it is extreme folly in our day to expect to improve the present magnificent race- 
horse by an infusion of the blood of the modern Arabian. We commenced upon the 
Arab, Barb and Turk with a height not exceeding 15 hands, and have, by judicious 
crossing, generous diet, discreet and careful handling, built up the most magnificent 
specimens of the equine race, ranging up to 17 hands in height, with bone, muscle, 
length, action and all the other grand qualities iu proportion. In the early days of 
breeding, from necessity, very many of the best horses were very much inbred, and 
even incestuously so, and the question of inbreeding is one which commends itself 
strongly to mature consideration and examination. According to the maxim that 
" like produces like," we ought to follow form, blood, speed and other good qualities, 
and if these good qualities can be maintained and improved by inbreeding, then it 
must be desirable to a certain extent. Some of the best English and American horses 
were very much iubred, and the consanguinity of blood did not work deterioration. 
I am not an advocate of incestuous breeding, but there is no doubt that manly 
beauty, graceful form and intellectual vigor have resulted from preservation of these 
high ([ualities in the human race, where not carried too far; and I can see no reason 
why the inbreeding of the truest, best bred and best shaped racers ran work an injury 



X INTl'.OIH'CTION'. 

to the equiue race. Still, I think, au out-cross of pure blood, •with the essential 
qualities of a good race-horse, and then back to the suiierior blood and conformation, 
is likely to produce the best results. I will give a few examples of inbred modern horses 
in England, and the same in America, and in doing so will select those of high chai-- 
acter which distinguished themselves on the turf and in the stud, for instance : The 
Baron, not only a good race-horse, but sire of Stockwell and Rataplan, was l)y Bird- 
catcher by Sir Hercules by Whalebone by Waxy by Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse. The Baron's 
dam. Echidna by Economist by Whisker, own brother to Whalebone by Waxy by 
Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse; Echidna's dam, Miss Pratt by Blacklock by Whitelock by Ham- 
bletoniau by King Fergus by Eclipse. Touchstone, a fine race-horse and one of the best 
stallions that ever lived, was by Camel, son of Whalebone by Waxy by Pot-8-o-'s by 
Eclipse ; his dam. Banter by Master Henry, son of Orville by Beningbrough by King 
Fergus by Eclijise ; second dara, Boadicea by Alexander, son of Eclipse. The great 
Stockwell was much inbred on his dam's side, Pocahontas by Glencoe, dam Marpessa 
by Muley, son of Orville by Beningbrough by King Fergus by Eclipse. Muley's dam, 
Eleanor by Whiskey, son of Saltram by Eclipse. Pocahontas' grandam was Clare by 
Marmion, son of Whiskey by Saltram by Eclipse ; Clare's dam, Harpalice by Gohanna, 
son of Mercury by Eclipse. Queen Mary, the dam of Blink Bonny, Bonnie Scotland, 
etc., was much inbred. Gladiator, her sire, was by Partisan, son of Walton by Sir 
Peter by Highflyer by Herod ; her dam by Plenipotentiary, son of Emilius by Orville 
by Beningbrough by King Fergus by Eclipse; her graudam, Myrrha by Whalebone, 
son of Waxy by Pot-8 o-'s by Eclipse; her great grandam, Gift by Y. Gohanna, son of 
Gohanna by Mercury by Eclipse, out of a daughter of Sir Peter, son of Highflyer 
by Herod. Partisan was out of Parasol by Pot-8o-'s, son of Eclipse. Pocahontas' 
best sou, Stockwell, was by an inbred horse, and Blink Bonny, Queen Mary's 
best daughter, was by Melbourne, a horse inbred to Herod and Eclipse. So, if 
the preservation of good blood through inbreeding in these striking cases has been 
a success, is it not reasonable to suppose that the same results must follow inbreed- 
ing to good blood and true shape with other desirable qualities in this country f 
Boston was inbred to Diomed, as also his best son, Lexington. Wanderer and I'ncas 
are both ranch inbred on the dam's side, being out of a grandaughter of Glencoe and 
tracing to an own sister of the old hero. Glenmore, one of the best race-horses 
recently on the turf, and whose performances are of the best at all distances, is \ery 
much inbred. His dam, Lotta, is by Hunter's Gloni^oe, soa of imp. Glencoe and 
the Blue filly (Fiatt) by imp. Hedgeford, she out of Lady Thorapkins by American 
Eclipse. Glenmore's grandam, Sally Lewis, is by imp. Glencoe; her dam, Motto by imp. 
Barefoot, out of Lady Thompkins by Am. Eclipse. Barefoot was by Tramp and Glen- 
coe's dam by Tramp, so that he is, qtrictly speaking, incestnously bred; yet he was a 
first class race-horse. Norfolk, a superior race-horse, is inbred to Sir Archy and Dio- 
med. Falsetto is inbred to Lexington, the dam of his sire is by Lexington, and his 
grandam by Lexington, and he has nine crosses of Diomed. Imp. Eclipse was mucli 
inbred ; his dam Gaze was by Bay MidiUetou, son of Sultan and Cobweb by Phantom, 
son of Walton ; Flycatcher, his grandam, was by Godolphin, son of Partisan by Walton, 
and his great grandam Avas an own sister to Cobweb by Phantom. Then if the Lex- 
ington, Leamington and (ilencoe blood is to be preserved to the country, it can only bo 
done by a judicious course of inbreeding, and so uniting the choice of both as to com- 
l)ine and render pcnnani-nt the qualities possessc^l by cacli. Some rc^iird inbrccd- 



INTRODUCTION. XI 

iiig as an active cause of ilegeneratioii, as unnatural ami calculated to develop heredi- 
tary diseases. These evils can only spring from abuse of the system. If proper care 
is taken to exclude the weak and those having hereditary tendencies to disease from 
participation in reproduction, it may be the means of preserving those estimable qual- 
ities so much desired in the equiue race, and transmitting them unimpaired to succeed- 
ing generations. The greatest success has been achieved by breeding from the nearest 
affinities of blood, and one should not hesitate to breed a half-brother or sister to- 
gether where they possess many points of superiority. In the selection of a stallion 
wo want first pure blood, size, substance and conformation with symmetry, not a tall, 
narrow-chested horse, but one inclined to be thick-set; all coarseness should be avoided, 
especially in the head, neck, shoulders, ankles and hocks ; the eye should be large, 
clear and bright, with no coarse hair about it, the absence of which is indicative of 
high breeding in all animals; the jawbones not too massive or heavy, tapering gradually 
to the nose, free from beeflness; good space between the jawbones for the windpipe; 
a clear, full, steady eye denotes good temper and enduring qualities, whilst the one 
showing too much white is generally found in flighty, speedy, non-staying horses. 
The neck of moderate length, deej) and not too thick at the crest or curve ; nostrils 
large, full and roomy. The chest moderately wide, the shoulder blade oblique aud 
inclined backward, with sufficient muscle to cover it, with anas long and muscular, 
<>annon bones short and flat, and the pasterns moderately long, not upright; knee 
broad and flat, and rather inclined to arch or bend over than backward or calf-kneed, 
which causes an extra tension on the back tendons ; chest deep, extending down be- 
tween the elbows, which should be straight, inclining neither in nor out, and toes 
pointed straight forward ; body and barrel round and not too long ; muscular arched 
loins, with good length from point of the hip to haunch bone, a slight drooping 
towards the root of the tail, good length from hip to poiut of stifle and thence to the 
hock, which should be broad, finely cut and free from beefiness; the cannon bones 
flat, tendons detached and well defined, feet strong and hoof not too large or too small: 
back ribs long, round, and slightly detached from the hip joint. There should be suffi- 
cient general length, not to be determined by the length of the back, but the ground 
the horse covers when standing in a natural position. Good blood is essential and 
necessary, but good form is superiority. In the selection of brood mares, form is as 
much a desideratum as in the stallion. First select from the most fashionable blood 
from running families on both sides with conformation, constitution, good temper and 
speed. Some prefer large mares, others of medium height. Large mares are not pre- 
ferable because they are large, but if well antl truly shaped, from running blood, there 
is no objection to size. As a rule, the deep-chested, large-bodied, short-legged 
mares, with large pelvis, with wide hips and good length, from 15 to 15i hands high, 
have proved the best and most successful brood mares. The mare, above all things, 
should be good-teiujiered aiul free from all hereditary defects and disease. It does not 
follow that a mare which may bo blemished from some unforeseen cause may not be as 
good a brood mare as one entirely sound. Mares in good health will breed until 
twenty-five or thirty years old, but they require attention, air and exercise, with 
l)roper shelter from storms and bad weather, with sufficient food to keep them always 
in good, strong condition — not beefy fat, as nothing is more fatal to fruitfulness than 
obesity. Unless kejit in good, strong condition, the foals are apt to be weak and 
weedy at birth. The time to make a race-horse is when the foal is in embyro ; iu the 



Xll IXTItODUCTlOX. 

Irish verjiacular, to make a race-horse yon must do so before he is born. Stallions, to do 
themselves justice, must have plenty of exercise in the open air. If they cannot be 
trusted in an open jiaddock, they should be ridden three or four hours each day. Idle- 
ness results in indigestion, loss of vigor and flatulence, which often prove fatal. The 
colts from the day they are foaled should be fed, if the dam does not afford sufficient 
milk to insure speedy and healthy grov>'th, and broken at weaning time, wliich should 
be the last of SeiJtember or first of October. It is a capital plan to feed the colts in 
pens for a month or six weeks before weaning them. I am decidedly of the opinion 
that foals which come the last of March or first of April have full as much advan- 
tage as those foaled earlier before the grasses, necessary to afford an ample supply of 
milk from the dam, arrive at perfection. Those who believe in having early foals 
should always sow down in the early faU a iiatch of good rye for the use of the mares 
and foals. Stallions, mares and colts all recjuire plenty of fresh air and exercise; air 
and light is life — darkness, death. Horses, and particularly colts, from their natural 
activity, require more exercise than any other animals, and when properly given it 
is productive of the most salutary effects. It is the more necessary to colts highly and 
grossly feed than to those stinted or fed moderately. It enables you to preserve them 
iu a perfect state of health. The food is converted into wholesome nourishment, the 
circulation of the blood promoted, and all the secretions and discharges facilitated. It 
invigorates the whole system, gives additional flow to the spirits, a<lds firmness and 
strength to the muscles, increases the finuness, texture and growth of the bone, pro- 
motes insensible perspiration, assists digestion, prevents flatulence and prepares the 
system for fresh sniiplies of aliment. It enables the animal to endure fatigue. In fact, 
without constant and habitual exercise no animal can enjoy perfect health. Higli 
feeding without proper exercise produces many evils, such as indigestion, flatulency, 
costiveness ; the circulation becomes languid, incurable diseases follow, and frequently 
death terminates the scene. The stallions and mares, treated as I have advised, whose 
blood is pure and uncontamiuated, and whose conformation, strength, activity and 
vigor are conspicuous iu every movement, must impart to their ott'spriug not only sound 
coustitutious, but speed, native fire and energy, which are necessary to support them 
under the severest exercise of their powers. With their variety of soil, perennial 
grasses and favorable climate, the Americans should excel all nations in producing 
the most perfect and the grandest of the equine race. The greatest danger which 
threatens our ultimate success as the grandest breeding and racing nation of the earth 
is the constant influx of the rejected and trashy animals imported. What the breeders 
and racing men of England do not Avant cannot improve the blood horse of America, 
but, upon the contrary, work irre]iainblc injury. 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE; 

HIS ORIGIN, HOW TO BREED IIIM AND HOW TO 
SELECT HIM. 



Tni; native country of the horse is not certainly known. According to ancient 
classic mythology, the heautiful and useful animal originated in the contention of two 
deities, emulous to confer on the human race the most valuable gift. Minerva, the 
Goddess of Wisdom, War and the Liberal Arts, creafed the olive tree, when Neptune, 
the Gild of the Sea, Rivers and Fountains, to outrival her, struck the earth with his 
trident and gave existence to the horse. His noble jirowess, bold majestic front, 
speed of thought and graceful symmetry have been the admiration of men in every 
age and the theme of poets of all lands. Job, Homer, Virgil, Shakespeare and many 
others have jiaid willing tribute of their genius to the elegance of his form, the 
animation of his sjiirit and courage. A friend to man, an ornament to the earth, no 
other animal has contributed so much to the social advancement of the human race. 
Speed, endtuance, strength, elasticity, elegance and power, qualities so varied and 
valuable, are so thoroughly combined in this admirable animal as to proclaim him 
without a peer in the sphere of animated nature. In the Bible we are told that as 
early as 11)50 years before the birth of Christ the horse had been domesticated by the 
Egyptians. When Joseph carried his father's remains from Egypt to Canaan, there 
went with him both chaiiots and horsemen. One hundred and fifty years afterwards 
the horse constituted the principal strength of the Egyptian army. Phar.aoh pursued 
the Israelites with six hundred chariots, and all the chosen horsemen of Egypt. 
Fifty years after the expulsion of the Israelites from Egypt, and lloO years before the 
birth of Christ, the horse was so far naturalized and utilized in Greece that the 
Olympic Games were instituted, includiug chariot and horse races. This short 
digression from our subject is justified in order to show that horses were used in 
races long Itefore the Christian era. According to Whyte in his history of the British 
turf, the earliest mention of race-horses, called rnuniug horses in those days, was in 
the ninth century, when Hugh, founder of the royal house of Capet iu France, sent 
horses as a present to King Athelstane, whose sister, Ethelswitha, he was solicit- 
ing in marriage. In the reign of William the C'onnueror, the Earl of Shrewsbury 
imported some stallions from Spain into his estate at Powisland ; we Hud their 
produce celebrated by Drayton, the poet. This is the first well-authenticated step we 
can tind towards the improvement of the breed of horses. These horses were more 
than prolKibly of Eastern blood. In the reign of Richard I. matches were run for large 
sums, and swift-runuing horses were greatly esteemed and were sold for very high 
prices. Tliere is no data in subsequent reigns, but we find Edward III., 1326, i>nrchasing 
ruiniiug horses, and iu the ninth year of his reign he received as a present two 
rnnning horses from the king of Navarre, and they were supposed to be valuable as 
the king made large pecuniary compensation to the person who brought them. Iu 
the reign of Henry VII. the custom of gelding horses came into general practice. 
Henry VIII., 1509, took great paius to improve tlie breed of horses, especially in the 
royal stud ; Sir Thomas Chalouer, a writer in tlie commencement of the reign of Queeu 



2 THE THOROrr.HBEEn HORSE. 

Elizabeth, mentions liis having imported horses from Turkey, Xaples and Spain. 
These horses unquestionably were largely bred from Meorish and Barbary blood. 
Her successor, James I., in 1602, placed the turf upon a solid basis and made it a per- 
manent institution. From the royal patronage accor<led it, and rules framed for its 
regulation, horse racing had a gradual and uninterrupted progress until it reached its 
zenith. James I. by his public patronage of the race course, and royal support, 
which was needed to bring it into good form and repute, should be canonized as the 
patron saint of the turf. But the improvement of the race-horse originated by him 
was of much and superior importance. The crossing of foreign blood with the 
English horse was not new at this period, but the eastern blood had never been tried, 
and to James I. is due the credit of first attempting that, which, although considered 
a feilure, has resulted in the excellence of the race-horse of the present day. King 
James purchased of Mr. Markhaui an Arabian known as the Markham Arabian. This 
Arabian was a failure, and no horses of note or value descended from him. The king 
subsequently purchased the Turk known as Place's White Turk. Mr. Place w-ns 
subsequently Stud-master to the Protector, Oliver Cromwell. Place's White Turk 
was the sire of Commoner and Wormwood, and the grandam of Cartouch. Grey 
Ramsden and Windham. The Briunner mare, dam by Place's White Turk, grandam 
by Dodsworth out of the Layton Barb mare, produced Bay Layton by D'Arcy's Coun- 
sellor, Brown Farewell and her sister by Makeless. The Place White Turk mare, 
dam by Dodsworth out of the Layton Barb mare, was the dam of the noted Makeless, 
Mr. Croft's Brimmer mare, tlie mare by Hautboy, dam of the Pet mare by Wastell's 
Turk, Trumpet and Gray Layton, by Counsellor. Bay Layton above was the dam 
of Old Scar by Makeless, Chesnut Layton by Makeless and Scar by Croft's Bay Barb. 
Brown Farewell was the dam of Guy, Young Greyhound and sister to them by 
Cireyhound, and Miss Partner by Croft's Partner. This sister to Guy was the dam 
of Bay Bloody Buttocks and Grey Bloody Buttocks (Dairy Maid) by Bloody But- 
tocks, Little Partner (Vane's), Young Partner. Red Rose and sister to them by Croffs 
Partner. This sister to Vane's Little Partner was the dam of the Starling niar<! 
that produced Leedos by Second and his sister that was the dam of Amaranthus, 
Gift and the mare by Cub which was foaled in 1762 and imported into America 
hy Gen. Delancy, of New York, prior to the American revolution. Miss Partner 
above was the dam of Whimscy and Madame by Bloody Buttocks, Toy by Bart- 
let's Childcrs, Drowsy by Fox Cub, Torismoud by Old Starling, a tilly by Rouml- 
head (dam of Juliet by JBustard in Ireland), Young Cade, Miss Cade, Villager and 
Milksop, all by Cade. A sister to Miss Partner by Croft's Partner was the il.nn oT 
Sweepstakes and Clio by the Gower stallion, s(ui of the Godolphin Arabian. Clio was 
thedamof Mr. Wilkinson's Comiucror in Ireland, foaled 17.j4 by Bajazet. Another 
sister to Miss Partner was the dam of Dormouse, by the Godolphin Arabian, Mercury, 
Merryraan, and Cadormus by Cade and Bolton, foaled 1752 by Shock, imported into 
America. Still another sister to Miss Partner was the dam of Miss Roundhead by 
Roundhead, Changeling and the noted Matchem by Cade, son of the Godoli>hiu 
Arabian, Young Starling by Starling, etc. Matchem was the best race-horse of his 
day and famous as a stallion. Ho got in the twenty-three years he was in the stud 
3.">-i winners of 8755,485.00. Bay Blooily Buttocks, mentioned above, was the dam of 
the famous Spinster, better known as Mr. Panton's Widdringtim maro by Partner. 
Siiinster was the dam of Spinster and Shepherd's Cral) and Fancy by Crab, Mr. 
Panton's Deputy, afterwards Mr. Vane's Lofty, by liodolphiu Arabian, Golden Grove 
by Blank and others. Spinster by Crab was the dam of a tilly l)y Janus, whose 
daughter by Skim, sou of Traveler, was the dam of Mr. Vernon's Telemachus and 
Duke of Hamilton's Expectation, both by Herod: Grey Starling by Bolton Starling 
and others. Fancy by Crab was the dam of Clon.ly and Countess by Blank. Cloudy 
was thedam of Amaranda by Onniium. son of Snap, foaled in 1771. Amaran.la was 
thedamof Joe Andrews (first called Dennis ()) by Eclipse, who was the sire of the 
two good horsea Jack Andrews and Dick Andrews, dam by Highflyer. Golden Grove 
was the dam of Petworth (Gaudy) and an own sister by Herod. Petworth was the 
dam of Kosina liy Woodju'cker, she, Rosiua, was the dam of Hermes by Mercury, son 



THE THOKOUGHEKED HOUSE. 3 

of Eclipse. Exi>cctatioii, sister to Telemaehus, by Herod, was the clam of Orange Girl. 
Betsey ami Auticipation, all by Heuiugbrough, son of Kiug Fergus by Eclijjse. Autici- 
pation was tlie dam of Mauiac by Shuttle (the dam of Harriet by Stripling, Luuatic 
by Prime Minister, Bedlamite by Welbcek, Lunacy and Bee-iu-a-Bonnet by Blacklock. 
and Young Maniac by Tramp), Ott'a Dyke by Paynator, Handmaiden (the dam of 
Inheritor by Lottery and Executrix, by Liverpool) by Walton. A filly by Cervantes, 
son of Don Quixote, by Eclipse, was the dam of Rebecca by Lottery. Rebecca was the 
dam of The Provost by The Saddler. Alice Hawthorn by Mulcy Moloch, Aunau- 
<lale by Touchstone, Fair Helen by Pantaloon, son of Oastrel, that was the dam of 
Lord of the Isles by Touchstone. 

Alice Hawthorn was the most famous race-mare of her day, winner of 16 cups, 
including Doncaster and Goodwood cups, each twice : 18 Queen's plates, and 17 other 
races, and was the dam of Oulston by Melbourne, a superior racer, Thormanby, 
winner of the Derby, 18o0, by Melbourne or Windhouud, Lady Hawthorn by Wind- 
houud ; Sweet Hawthorn by Sweetmeat, etc. Lady Hawthorn was the dam of Lady 
Alice Hawthorn by Xewmiuster, she the dam of Hawthorn Bloom by Kettledrum, 
she the dam of imported Bread Fruit by Breadalbane, Imported Albert by Albert 
Victor. Lady Alice Hawthorn was also dam of Hawthorudale by Kettledrum, she 
the dam of Hauteur, winner of the 1,000 Guineas, by Rosicrucian. Lady Hawthorn 
was the clam of May bloom, by Newminster, she the clam of Consande, winner of the 
C'esarewitch, ami her sister, imported Lady Mcutmoro by Kiug Tom. Lady Meut- 
more is the dam of Mentmore Lass, winner in England, Rica, a superior race-mare, 
and Mehallah by Kingfisher, son of Lexington. Another sister to Lady Mentmore 
and Corisande, Verdure is the dam of imported Judith and Clover by Macaroni, and 
a sister Vista, she the dam of Bonavista, winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 1892, bj- 
Bend'or. Sweet Hawthorn was the dam of Lady Nateby by Van Galen, she the dam 
of Lady Portland by The Primate, and she the dam of Miss Jummy, winner of the 
1,000 Guiueas and Oaks, by Petrarch. To Anticipation in the female line trace 
Inheritor, Bedlamite, Common, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger. 
Macgregor, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Our Nell, winner of the Oaks, Man- 
ganese, winner of the 1,000 Guineas, Apology, winner of the 1,000 Guiueas, 
Oaks and St. Leger, Mandrake, The Miner, Weulock, winner of the St. Leger, 
Kisber, winner of the Grand Prize of Pans and Derby, imported Agenoria and her 
brother imported Pizarro, sire of Pessara, whose early death was a serious loss to 
America. 

England is entitled to the credit of originating the thoroughbred horse. The 
breed has spread over the entire intelligent habitable globe wherever the value of 
beauty in form, utility, speed combined with strength, so indispensably necessary to 
labor, pastime, war and the turf is valued. To understand his origin we must begin 
with the sources from which he has descended and trace him from a combination of 
the -Vrab, Barl> and Turkish horses. It is impossible for any man, a student of the 
stud book and conversant with the turf, to look at the present high-bred horse, and 
those of earlier days, without being surprised that the blood which was so highly 
and justly esteemed should now be unfashionable and little used, but the judicious 
crossing and intermingling of the blood of Herod, Matchem and Eclipse has built np 
such a grand ami noble specimen of the erinine race that the original blood cannot 
iiajjiove it.. The three great sources of blood will readily be seen in the following 
tables : 

The IJycrly Turk was Captain Byerly's charger in Ireland, in King William's 
wars in 16S9, aud founded what is styled and known as the Herod Blood. The 
Byerly Turk got Jigg out of a Spanker mare. Spanker was by D'Arcy's Yellow 
Turk, who was the sire, also, of Brimmer. Jigg got Partner out of a sister to Mix- 
bury, by the C'urwen liay Barb, who was a present to Louis XIV. from Muley 
Ishmael, King ot Jlorocco. The Curwen Bay Barb was brought into England by Mr. 
Cnrwen, who procured him, together with the Thoulouse Barb in France, through 
Count Byram and Count Thoulouse, two natural sons of Louis XIV, the former 
JIaster of the Horse, and the latter an .\duiiral. They proved excellent stallions 



4 THE TlIOROnOnBREl) HORSE. 

Partner got Tartar out of Meliora by Fox, she out of Milkmaiil by Sir W. Blacket's 
Snail. Fox was by Clumsy, son of Wilke's Old Hautboy by the White D'Arcy or 
Seilbury Turk, out of a Royal mare, brought into England by the Master of the Horse 
to Kiug Charles II. Tartar got King Herod out of Cypron by Blaze, she out of 
Selima, a daughter of Bethell's Arabian. Blaze was by Flying Childers, sou of the 
Darley Arabian, dam Betty Leedes by Cureless, out of sister to Leedes by Lcede's 
Arabian. Herod got Highflyer, dam Rachel, by Blank, son of the Godolphiu Arabian 
(Barb), out of a daughter of Regulus, son, also, of the Godolphin Arabian. Hciod, 
also, got Fortitude, dam by Snap, son of Snip by Flj'ing Childers, out of Milksop by 
Cade, sou of the Godolphiu Arabian. Herod also sired Woodpecker, dam Miss 
Eamsden by Old Cade, son of the Godolphin Arabian, out of a daughter of the 
Lonsdale Bay Arabian, etc. Woodpecker sired imp. Buzzard, out of Misfortune by 
Dux. Highflyer got Sir Peter Teazle, commonly called Sir Peter, dam PaiJiUou by 
Suap, out of Miss Cleveland by Regulus. Among the fauu>ns sons of Sir Peter were 
Sir Solomon, dam Matron, by Florizel, by Herod, out of Maideu, by Matchem; Hap- 
hazard, dam Miss Hervey by Eclipse, out of Clio by Young Cade; Stamford, dam 
Horatia by Eclipse, out of Countess, Delpiui's dam by Blank; Walton, dam 
Aruthusa by Diiuganuon (son of Eclipse and Aspasia by Herod), her dam by 
Prophet, son of Regulus, out of Virago, Saltram's dam by Suap ; Williamson's 
Ditto, a full brother to Walton ; aud Sir Oliver, dam Fanny by our imported Diomed, 
out of Ambrosia by Woodpecker, etc. This is the tirst class or Herod blood. 

The Godolphin Arabian, generally believed to have been a Barb, was tirst the 
projierty of Mr. Coke, who presented him to Mr. Williams, the keeper of the St. James 
Cotfee House, by whom he was presented to Lord Godolphiu. The Godolphiu Ara- 
bian was teazer to Hobgoblin in the years 1730 aud'1731, and on the latter refusing to 
cover Roxaua, she was put to the Godolphin Arabian, and from that cover she pro- 
duced Lath, a superior race-horse, aud in 1734 Cade, by the Godolphin Arabian, who 
took his name from the fact that Roxaua died when he was ten days old, aud he was 
brought up on cow's milk. "To Cade, to breed up in softness." 

Roxaua was by the Bald Galloway, son of the St. Victor Barb, his dam Grey 
Wbynot by Whynot, son of the Fenwick Barb, his graudam a Royal mare ; Roxana's 
dam, sister to Chauuter by the Akaster Turk. Cade got Matchem, foaled 17J8, dam 
sister to Miss Partner by Partner, son of Jigg by the Byerley Turk, out of Brown 
Farewell of Makeless, son of the Oglethorpe Arabian ; Matchem got Conductor, dam 
by Snap, grandam by the Cullen Arabian, out of Grisewood's Lady Thigh by Croft's 
Partner ; Conductor got Imperator, dam by Herod, grandam Carina by Marske (sire 
of Eclipse), son of Squirt by Bartlet's Childers; Conductor, also, got Trunipator, 
dam Bruuette by Squirrel, son of Traveler, out of Dove by Matchless, son of the 
Godolphin Arabian. 

Imperator got Pipator, out of Bruuette, the dam of Trumpator, and Pipator got 
Remembrancer out of Queen Mab, sister to Mercury by Eclipse, out of a daughter of 
Tartar; Trumpator got Sorcerer, dam Young (iiantess, by iiiii)orted Diomcd, luit of 
Giantess, by Jlatcheni. This is the second (dass, or Matchem blood. 

The Darley Arabian was the property of Mr. Darley, of Bnttercramb, near York. 
He was thouglit by some to be a Turk or Syrian horse, but was unquestionably an 
Ajabian of pure blood. He got Bartlet's Childers own brother to Flying Childers; dam 
ISctty Leedes by Careless, son of Spanker, son of the D'Arcy Yellow Turk, out of Sister 
to Leedes by Leedes Arabian. Bartlet's Childers got Squirt, dam sister to'Old Conn- 
try Wench, by Snake, sou of the Lister Turk, out of Grey Wilks by Old Hautboy, son 
of the White D'.Vrcy or Sedbury Turk. Squirt got Marske out of the Rnl)y mare by 
Blacklegs, sou of Huttou's Bay Barb, his graudam by Bay Bolton, son of Grey Haut- 
boy. Marske got Eclipse (O'Kellys) dam Spiletta by Regulus, son of the Godolphiu 
Arabian, grandam, Mother Western by Sniith'ij son of Snake by Mr. Lister's Snake, out 
of daughter of the Akaster Turk, Eclipse took his name from the fact that he was 
foahd during the great e(dipse, in 17(54. Eclipse got King Fergus, dam Tuting's Polly 
by Hiack-aiidall-lilack (Oth.dlo), grandam Fanny by Tartar, Eclipse got Mercury, 
\'oluiileer and <,)necii Mab, dam by Tartar, out of a daujjhter of Mogul by the (hi- 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. •■> 

(lolphiu Arabian. Eclipse got Diingaimon, dam Aspasia by Herod, grandam Doris by 
Blank, out of Helen by Spectator, son of Crab, by Alcock Arabian. Eclii)se got 
Meteor, dam daughter of Merlin, by Second, son of Flying Childers, grandam Mother 
Pratt, by Marksman, son of the Godolphiu Arabian. Eclipse got imported Saltram, 
dam Virago by Snap, out of a daughter of Regulus. Eclipse got Pot-S-o's, dam Sports- 
mistress by Warren's Sportsman, son of Cade, grandam Golden Locks by Oroouoko, 
son of Crab, out of Valiant's dam, l)y Crab. Volunteer got Eagle and Spread Eiigle, 
out of a daughter of Highflyer, grandam by Engineer, son of Blaze, out of a daughter 
of Regulus. Mercury got Cohanua and Precipitate, out of a daughter of Herod, gran- 
dam Maiden, sister to Pumpkin, by Matcliem. King Fergus got Beningbrough, out 
of a daughter ot Herod, grandam Pyrrha, by Matchem. out of Duchess, Tiy White- 
nose, sou of the Godolphiu Arabian. King Fergus got Hambletonian, dam by High- 
flyer, outof Monimia by Matchem. Saltram got Whiskey, out of Calash by Herod, 
grandam Teresa by Matchem. Pot-8-(>"s got Waxy and Worthy, out of Maria by Herod, 
grandam Lisette by Snap, out of Miss Windsor by the Godolphiu Arabian. This 
constitutes the third class or Eclipse blood. To these three strains of blood trace all 
the horses of this day and all the best for the last century, and tlie horses now so 
successful on the turf in America and England combine these three strains of blood to 
a greater or less extent on both the paternal and maternal sides. 

Taking a retrospect of the winners of the two great fixed events of the English 
turf (there being re.ally no National fixed Event in America if we except the Futurity 
and the Realization stakes), the Derby and St. Leger, we find that in the tail 
male line The Derby, in the 113 years it has been run, has been won by the 
First line, Herod blood, thirty-five times, commencing with Diomed in the inaugura- 
tion Derby, 1780. Diomed was imported in 1798, being then 22 years old. He was sold 
for 50 guineas and subsequently sold to Col. Hoomes, of Virginia, by wliom he was 
imported. He died in Virginia in 1«08, being then 31 years old. There is scarcely a 
really good race-horse of the present day which does not partake of bis blood. He 
was the sire of Sir Archy, out of imp. Castianira by Rockingham, justly styled the 
Godolphiu Arabian of America. Diomed also sired Ball's Florizel, Duroc, the sire of 
American Eclipse, Potomac, Diomed Eagle, Stump the Dealer, Vingt'un, Hamlintonian 
Virginius, Peacemaker and a number of superior race-horses and brood mares, dams of 
winners. Other winners of the Derby imported were Saltram by Eclipse, sire of Whip, 
also imported, and the Saltram Mare, dam of Timoleon, the sire of Boston ; Jolm Bull 
by Fortitude, son of Herod ; Spread Eagle by Volunteer, son of Eclipse ; Sir Harry, 
son of Sir Peter, by Herod; Archduke by Sir Peter ; Priam by Emilius ; St. Giles by 
Tramp, by Dick Andrews ; Blue Gown by Beadsman died on the passage ; Kingcraft 
by King Tom died on the passage, and St. Blaise by Hermit. ' All these from Priam 
down trace on the tail male line to Eclipse, whose descendants in a direct male line 
won the Derby 72 times, including Iro<iuois. The descendant of Matchem only six 
times, and one, the horse Aimwell, who won it in 1785, from the Alcock Arabian 
through Mark Anthony by Spectator by Crab, his dam a sister to Postmaster by 
Herod. Tlie other great fixed event, the St. Leger, was inaugurated in 1776, but did 
not receive its present name until 1778. It was won in 1776 by AUabaculia by Samp- 
son, sou of Blaze by Flying Childers, by the Darley Arabian, Sampson's dam Viy Hip, 
son of the Curwen Bay Barb, this race has been run one hundred and sixteen years, 
from 1776 to 1891 inclusive, and has been won 72 times by the descendants of 'the 
Eclipse blood in the tail male line, 28 times by the Herod line and 16 times by the 
Matchems, but the winners were largely inbred to the three great strains of blood. 
TIio 2,000 Guineas, anotlier of the important fixed events of the English Turf, was in- 
augurated in 1809, and has been run annually since that date. It is the important 
opining three year old event of the year. It is run over the Rowley Mile, one mile 11 
yards. It has been won by the descendants of Eclipse, in the tail male line, 45 times, 
"by the Herod line, 27 times and by the Matchem line, 12 times. These three events 
are open to both colts and fillies, but few of the latter are entered or start in them, 
hence the winners have generally been colts. The Two Thousand Guineas has been 
won but faur times bv fillies, ill 1S22 by Pastille by Rubens, son of Buzzard : in 1840 



THE Tin)i;on;nr.i;F,i) iiokse. 

by Crucifix by Priam, sou of Emllius, in 1878 by Pilgrimage by The Earl or The Palmer, 
ami in liS82 by Sliotover by Hermit, son of Newmlnster. In 1868 Formosa by Huc- 
cauecr ran a dead heat and divided the stakes with Moslem. The Derby has been 
won only three times by tUlies, in 181)1 by Eleanor by Whiskey, in 18ri7 by Bliuk 
JSonuy by Melbourne, and in 1882 by .Shotover by Hermit. The St. Leger, run in the 
fall, has been won more frequently by iillies, for the reason that good ones have 
oftcner started for this event. Allabaculta by 8auipsou won it in 177(). Hollandaise 
by Matchem in 1778. Serina by Goldtiuder in 1781. Imperatrix by Alfred in 1782. 
Oiiijihale by Highflyer in 1781. Cowslip 1>y Highflyer in 178.i. Young Flora liy High- 
flyer iu 1788. Pewett by Tandem in consequence of a foul on the part of Duke of 
Hamilton's Laurel colt, in 1789. Paulina by Sir Peter in 1807. Altisidora by Dick 
Andrews in 1813. Duchess by Cardinal York in 1816. Matilda by Couius in 1827. 
Queen of Trumps by Velocipede iu 1835, She also won the Oaks. Blue Bonnet by 
Touchstone iu 1812. Imperieuse by Orlando in 1857. Sunbeam by Chanticleer iu 
1858. Caller Ou by Stockwell in 1861. Achievement by Stockwell in 1867. Formosa 
by Buccaneer iu 1868, Formosa also ran a dead heat with Moslem for the 2,000 Guineas 
iiud won the Oaks the same year. Hannah by King Tom in 1871. Hannah also won 
the Oaks. Marie Stuart by Scottish Chief in 1873. Apology by Adventurer iu 1874. 
Marie Stuart and Apology both won the Oaks. Jannette by Lord Clifden in 1878. 
Januette also won the Oaks. Dutch Oveu by Dutch Skater iu 1882. Seabreeze by 
Isonomy iu 1888. She also won the Oaks. Memoir bj- St. Siiuon in 1890. Memoir 
won the Oaks. The Oaks, the most inipovtnut fixed event, for tillies only, was estab- 
lished in 1779, the year prior to The Derliy. It has l)een run one hundred and fourteen 
limes, iucluding the year 1892, and has lieeu won 64 times by the descendants of 
Eclipse in the tail male line, 37 tiuies by tlie descendants of Herod and 13 times by the 
descendants of Mitchem. The length of the Derby course iu 1780 and uji to 1784 was 
one mile. From 1784 np to and includiug 1871, the distance was one and a half miles. 
In 1872 and since the start has been from the New High Level Starting Post, the 
distance being one aud a half miles and 29 yards. The Oaks is run over the Derby 
course. The St. Leger course was origiually two miles. In 1813 the distance was 
changed to one mile 6 furlongs and 193 yards. In 1826 the distance was reduced 61 
yards and has remained since that date oue mile li furlongs and 132 yards. It appears 
from the statistics above that tlie tail male line- of the Eclipse bloml lias wun a large 
majority of the fixed events al>ovementiiiU(d. but it luust be borue in luiud flint Match- 
cui was foaled in 1748, King Herod iu 17.58 and Eclipse in 1764, so that Eclipse had 
the benefit of the daughters 'of the two other strains of blood aud nearly all of the liest 
aud most famous of his sons and grandsons were from Herod's daughters and grand- 
daughters, fortified by the Matchem blood. There were but few males from the Match- 
cm blood compared with the number from the Heroil line, and the same may be said of 
the number of the Herod's compared with the Ei lipse's, and nearly all the descendants 
of Eclipse which have won the great events in the last ([uarter of a century, are de- 
scended from \Vhalebone through his sous Camel and Sir Hercules. To the former 
traces Touchstoue, and to the latter Stockwell, both being inbred to Herod ami 
JIatchcm ou both the iiaternal and materiml sides, and the same is true of every grand 
race-horse that has appeared in any country on the globe. 

It was iu the reign of the unfortunate Charles I. that the iutniductidu nf Eastern 
blood of much iiuportanco took ])lace, notal)ly the Helinslcy Turk, brought to Eug- 
laiul by the Duke of Buckingham, and sold to Mr. Helmsley, hence his name. The 
Helmslcy Turk was the sire of Bustler, whose dam was not kimwn ; Hutton's Koyal 
colt, dam a Sedbury Koyal mare, and \'ixen, out of Dodsworth's dam, a Koyal mare. 
A'ixen was the dam of the Old Child mare, by the Gresley Bay Araliiau (Bay Koan). 
The Old Child mare was the d.am of a filly, by the Darley Arabian, which i>roduced a 
filly by Rattle, who was by a sou of Sir J. Harpnr's Barb, out of a Koyal mare. 
This Kattle mare was the dam of Silvertail, by Hcneago's Whitenose, son of the Hall 
Arabian; Silvertail was the dam of Wliimsey, by Culleu Arabian; Siiortsiiiau aud 
Cade, imported into South Carolina in 1762 (lioth liy Cade, son of the Godidphiii 
Arabian); Careless and Fearnought by Uegulus, son of the (iodolphiu Arabiau. 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 7 

Feuinought was imported into Virginia in 1764, by Col. John Baylor, and was noted 
;is ii sire in this country. Silvertail, also, produced Joan and a sister to her, both by 
Kegulus; Joan was the dam of Rantipole, by Blank, sou of the Godoliihiu Arabian) 
Columbine, by Kcliijse, and others, but from her daughter, Rautipole, she became 
fanu)us. Rautipole was the dam of Xyuiph. Trusty and Nimble by Florizel. Kimble 
was the dam of Nike (winner of the Oaks iu 1797), by Alexander, sou of Eclipse. 
Nutmeg by Sir Peter, sou of Highflyer, and Donua Clara, by Cesario, by John Bull, 
sou of Fortitude, by Herod ; Donna Clara was the dam of a (illy by Dick Andrews, 
son of Joe Andrews, liy Eclipse : Donna Maria, by Partisan, sou of Walton, and 
others. Donna Maria's daughter, by Buzzard, sou of Blacklock, produced imp. 
Barbarity, by Simoon, sou of Camel, by Whalebone, that gave to America the superior 
mares Ruthless, Relentless and Remorseless, with Young Eclipse, Barbarian and 
Devastation, aO by imp. Eclipse, son of Orlando, by Touchstone. Nike, through her 
daughter by Trafalgar, son of Sir Peter by Highflyer, gave us imp. Alarm by 
Thuuderbolt, sou of .Sorcerer, by Trumpator. Alarm was the dam of Zadora aud 
Di Vcruon, by American Eclipse ; Lady Alert (Alert), by Eclipse Lightfoot ; Clara 
Hwward, Young Alarm and Fauuy Elssler, by imp. Barefoot. Clara Howard was a 
superior race-mare, aud the dam of Eliza Butler and Mary Elliott, by imp. Leviathan. 
Mary Taylor, by imp. Sovereign ; Augeliue, Star-Spaugled Banner, aud Banner, by 
imp. Albion. Angeline was the dam of Lautana, by Capt. Elgee, aud Peytona Barry, 
by Rogers, sou of Lexington. Lautana was the dam of Poca Wiley, by Muggins, 
Larkspar, by Jack Maloue, Beersheba, Balance-All, Bran Dance (in England), all by 
inii). Bouuie Scotland ; the good race-mares Liahtunah and Panoraiua, by John 
Morgan, and Tautalus, by imp. Great Tom. The reputation of the HelmsleyTurk 
was mainly established and iuuuortalized as the sire of Bustler, whose dam is not stated 
in the stud l)Ook, or by other authorities, but was undoubtedly out of one of the Royal 
mares. He was the sire of Lord D'Arcy's Blunderbuss, Old Merlin, the sire of Mr. 
Bethel's Woodcock aiul Castaway, and Mr, Richard.sou's Merlin. The Bolton Sweep- 
stakes' great grandam was out of daughter of Bustler. The iiedigree of the Ruby 
mare, by Blacklegs, dam of Marske (sire of Eclipse aud imp. Shark), ends iu a 
daughter of Bustler. The Bolton Sweejistakes was the sire of the dam of Whistle 
jacket, aud the grandam of Mr. O'Kelly's famous Old Tartar mare. The Old Tartar 
mare was the dam of Mercury, Volunteer, Queen Mab, Venus, Jupiter, Adonis aud 
Lily of the Valley, all by Mr. O'Kelly's noted Eclijise. Boltou Sweepstakes was the 
sire of Turner's Sweepstakes, out of a Bay Boltou mare. The names of Bustler and 
Hutton's Royal colt are to be found at the end of the i)edigrees of many of the most 
noted horses. 

Places White Turk was imported aud owned by Mr. Place, stud-master to Oliver 
Cromwell when protector, and was the sire of Mr. Croft's Commoner, Mr. Tregonwell's 
White Turk Mare, out of a natural Barb mare. This White Turk mare was the dam 
of a mare by the Tattblet Morocco Barb that produced the Byerly Turk mare', which 
was the dam of Grey Ramsden, by Grey Hautlioy, son of Hautboy, by the D'Arcy 
White Turk, a lilly by Spanker, sou of the D'Arcy Yellow Turk, one filly each by the 
Darley Arabian and Newcastle Turk, From the Spauker lilly mentioned, descended 
in direct female line, Wooodpecker, Goldfluder, Waxy Pojic, Whalebone, Whisker, 
Partisan, Rockingham, Gleneoe, Bay Middleton, Lord Lyon, Dollar, Trumpeter, 
Melbourne, Bend'or, Robert the Devil, Uucas, .Speculum, Charibert, The Nob. Silvio, 
Bhu- Gown, Pellegrino, Trappist, Craig Millar, Mortemer, King of Trumjis (by Lord 
Clifden), The Lambkin, The Confessor (by The Palmer), Paradox, The Bard (by 
Petrarch), Jliutiug, and many other noted race-horses aud stallions. 

The Byerly Turk was one of the valuable importations to England during the 
reign of William aud Mary, He was the charger of Capt. Byerly throughout the war 
of King William in Ireland in l()8;l. This Turk became one of the jirincipal founders 
of the thoroughbred horse. To liim traces wliat is generally styled the First Class, 
or Herod Blood. The Byerly Turk was the sire of Jigg, dam by Spanker, sou of the 
D'Arcy Yellow Turk. Thcgrandamof J igg is unknown. Jig was the sire of Partner, 1718, 
out of Sister to Mixbury. by the Curwiu Bay Barb, second dam by Curwiu's Old .Spot, 



8 THE THORODGHBKED HORSE. 

8011 of the Selaby Turk, third dam by the white-legged Lowther Barb, out of the Old 
Vintner mare. He was also the sire of Miss Jigg and her sister, out of Partner's 
dam. Partner got Tartar, 1743, dam Meliora, 1729, by Fox, son of Clumsy by Haut- 
boy, second dam Witty's Milkmaid, 1720, by Snail, son of Whynot, by St. Victor 
Barb, third dam by Mr. Curwiu's Shields Galloway. Tartar was an excellent racer 
and superior stallion. He was the sire of King Herod, commonly called Heioil. 17.'>8, 
and his sister Thais, dam Cypron, by Blaze, sou of Flying Childers, second dam 
Sellma, by Bethell's Arabian, etc. Tartar was also the sire of Beanfremont, and Mr. 
O'Kelly's mare, dam of Mercury, Volunteer, etc. Herod got Hightiycr, 1771, dam 
Rachel, by Blank, son of the Godolphiu Arabian, second dam by Kegulus, son of the 
Godolphiu Arabian, out of a daughter of Soreheels, sou of Basto, by Byerly Turk, etc. 
Herod was also the sire of Anvil, Bordeaux, Drone, Florizel (sire of imp. Dioined, 
winner of the first Derby, 1780), Fortitude, Phenomenon, Postmaster, Telemachus, 
Woodpecker (sire of Buzzard) and other stallions. He was the sire of many excellent 
race and successful brood mares, including Calash (dam of Whiskey, by Saltrain, aud 
Kite, by Buzzard), Faith (dam of Bobtail), Maid of the Oaks (dam of imp. Druid), 
Maria (dam of Waxy and Worthy, by Pot-8-o's, Quiz aud Wowski by Mentor), Peggy, 
sister to Postmaster (dam of Peggy, imported to America, and her sisters, Spiunetta 
and Trumpetta), by Trumpator, son of Conductor, by Matchem, Perdita, Pomona, 
Sting, sister to Florizel, Tuberose, etc. Herod was a superior race-horse, and as a 
stallion was inferior to no horse that ever lived. In nineteen years he got 497 win- 
ners that won $1,007,525. Highflyer got Sir Peter Teazle, 1784 (commonly called Sir 
Peter, winner of the Derby, 1787), dam Papillou, by Snap, son of Snip, by Flying 
Childers, second dam Miss Cleveland, by Kegulus, out of Midge, by a son of Bay 
Bolton, tracing to the Bj'erly Turk mare, dam of the two True Blues, Lady Teazle 
and Brown Bess, sisters to Sir Peter. Highflyer was the sire of Noble (winner of tlie 
Derby in 1786). Skyscraper (winner of the Derby iu 1789). Highflyer was also si le 
of Omph.ale and Cowslip, winners of the St. Leger iu 1784 aud 17S5, Spadille aud Young 
Flora, winners of the St. Leger in 1787 and 1788. Highflyer never paid a forfeit and 
was never beaten. Sir Peter was the best son of Highflyer, and was the best race- 
horse of his day. He was the sire of imp. Sir Harry, 1795, dam Matron by Alfred, 
son of Matchem out of Pilot's dam by Marske. Sir Harry won the Derby lu 1798. and 
was imported into Virginia lu 1804. He was the sire of Sir Alfred, and Sir Hal, 
his name is often found in the pedigrees of our best racers. Imp. Roljiu Redbreast, 
sire of Sumpter's dam, was by Sir Peter, dam Wren, by Woodpecker. Imp. Archduke, 
and his brother, Stamford, out of Horatia, sister to Achilles by Eclipse, second dam 
Countess, Delpini's dam by Blank. Archduke won the Derby in 1799, aud was im- 
ported by Col. Hoomcs into Virginia in 180S. He is best known in America as the siro 
of the dam of Countess Plater by Virginian who was the dam of the good race-horse 
Altorf by imp. Fylde and Jauey, dam by imp. Stirling that was the dam of the 
famous Polly Hopkins and Ivanhoe by Virginian (son of Sir Archy) and Hyazini by 
Sir Archy. Sir Peter was the sire of Sir Solomon (first called Tankersley), dam 
Matron by Florizel, out of Maiden by Matchem. Sir Solomon, 1796, was the sire of 
Warrior and Mary Ann, the dam of Windle by Beningbrough. Sir Peter also got 
Haphazard, 1797, and his sister, dam Miss Hervcy by Eclipse, out of Clio by Young 
Cade. Haphazard was a grand race-horse and the sire of Filho-da-Pnta, 1812, dam 
Mrs. Baruet by Waxy, son of Pot-S-o's, out of daughter of Woodpecker, etc. I'ilho-da- 
Puta won the St. Leger in 1815. Fillio-da-Pnta was the sue of Birmingham that won 
the St. Leger in 1830, and Cohvick, dam Stella by Sir Oliver, sou of Sir Peter. Cid- 
wich was the sire of Attila, dam Progress by Langar, son of Selim, that won tlu^ 
Derby iu 1842. Haphazard was the sire of Antar and Kegiuald, that won the 2,000 
Guineas m 1819 and 1821, and Rowena, winner of tlie 1,000 Guineas in 1820. Imi). 
lledgcfonl, foaled 1825, was by Filho-da-Puta, dam. Miss Craigie liy Orville, son of 
Beningbrough, second dam Marchioness liy Lurcher, son of Dnngaunon by Eclipse, 
out of Miss Cogden by Pheuomeuon, son of H<uod, imported into America. Hedge- 
ford was a full brother to Birmiugham, aud was a good race-horse. He got Diiane, a 
superior race-horse, dam Goodloc Washington by Washington, son of Timoleou by Sir 



THE TnOROrCHBREI) HOUSE. '.' 

Ari'hy, Kuffin, diiui Duchess of Marlborough by Sir Archy. Ruffin, the jnoperty of 
Jos. G. Hoswell, known as the lucky Kentuckian, won the great Gold .stakes at 
Lexington, Kentucky, in 1843, and many other good races. Hedgeford was the sire of 
Kiatt (Blue, filly), dam, Lady Thompkins by American, Eclipse, tracing back to imp. 
Uuohe.ss, that produced Blue Bell by Chorister, son of imp. Contract by Cattnn. 
Blue Bell was the dam of Xellie Gray and Betsey Hunter by Oliver, son of Waguei', and 
Flight by imp. Leviathan, Julia JIattingly by John Morgan, son of imp. Sovereign, 
Bessie Lee by Hunter's Lexington, and others. Betsey Hunter is the dam of Kate Mat- 
tingly (Creosote dam) by John Morgan, Chasseiise, Joe Johnson, Aunt Winnie, .Judge 
Wicklitie, etc., nearly all of which raced well and have produced race-horses. Blue 
Filly was also the dam of Kate Hunter, Lizzy Morgan, Hunters' Gleucoe, and others. 
Lizzy Morgan left a distinguished progeny through her sou, Morgan Scout by 
John Morgan, Ratan, the dam of Wildfire, Girofle, Girofla, etc. This family has been 
much inbred, but always preserved its individuality. Blue Bonnet by imp. Hedge- 
ford, dam Grey Fanny by Bertrand, was one of the best race-mares of her day and a 
brood-mare that left behind her a history. She was the dam of such good ones, as 
Little Arthur, Nebula (the dam of Asteroid, the unbeaten son of Lexington, .Sue Lewis, 
Luna, Aster and Aneroid, his sisters and brothers, and Asterisk by Ringgold, sou of 
Boston), Alice Jones (Jonesboro's dam), and The Gloamin, all by imp. Glencoe ; 
Lightning, Loadstone, Thunder and Lancaster, a ijuartet of superior race-horses, and 
Bonnet, ail by Lexington. Hedgeford was also the sire of the dam of Prunella by imp. 
Glencoe, she the dam of Sympathy and Lizzie W. by imj). Scythian, son of Orlando 
by Touchstone, Nellie Grey (the dam of Alroy, Amadis, Araniis, Marie Michou, 
Bazil, etc.), by Lexington. Other daughters of Hedgeford left good stock, and his 
early death was a loss to the country. He combined through his sire and dam a large 
infusion of Herod and Eclipse blood. Maria Black, the daughter of Filho-da-Puta, 
grandson of Sir Peter, dam by .Smolensko, son of Sorcerer by 'f rumpator, out of a 
daughter of Sir Peter, figured conspicuously on the turf in America in 1838 and 1839, 
and won at two, three and four mile heats, in the latter race winning after four heats 
were run. She was a superior brood-mare, dam of John Black by imp. Trustee, Ger- 
trude by Chorister, sou of imj). Contract, .Sellie Waters by Gleucoe, Madame Bruce by 
Boston, Frank Waters by Wagner, Bay Leaf by imp. Yorkshire and Tripod by imp. 
Sovereign. But her name and fame is perpetuated through her daughter Bay Leaf, 
one of the best brood-mares ever in America. Bay Leaf was the dam of Rubicon, 
(sent to England), Bay Flower, Beacon, Bayswater, Baywood, Bayonet, Niagara, Bay 
Rose and Bay Final (a winner in England), all by Lexington, Biugamau and M. A. B. 
by Asteroid and Bay Bush by Australian. Bay Flower was a good race-mare, and dam 
of several good performers, including Ivy Leaf (the dam of Bazar by .Jack Malone), 
Bramble, Bonnie Leaf, Bye and Bye (Now or Never's dam), Brambaletta (Merry Mon- 
arch's dam), all by imp. Bonnie Scotland, Eclat by Enquirer, Thistle by Great Tom, 
Niagara and Jackson by Luke Blackburn. Eliza by Filho-da-Puta, dam Zephyrina by 
Middlethorpo, son of Shuttle by Young Marske, was the dam of the good mare Albine 
by Jelf Davis, son of Hero by Bertrand jr., and she the dam of the good race-horse 
Gen. Y'orke by Planet. Nameless liy Filho-da-Puta was a dam of winners, and The 
Nun's Daughter by Filho-da-Puta, dam The Nun by Blacklock was the dam of the 
good I'iice-horse Consol jr. by imp. Consol and of the Stumps mare, by Stumps, sou of 
Whalebone, that produce Pot-8-o's by Glencoe, and Blacklock by O'Meara, son of 
Glencoe. Stamford, the brother to imp. Archduke was a suijerior race-horse, and his 
name appears in manj' excellent pedigrees. Sir Peter got Walton and his brother 
Williamson's Ditto, out of Arethusa by Dungannon, son of Eclipse, graudam by Proph- 
et, son of Regulus, out of Virago, Saltram's dam by Snap, grandson of Flying 
Childers. Walton was a superior race-horse .and left a grand reiiutation as a stallion. 
He was sire of Phantom, out of .lulia (sister to Eleanor) by Whiskey, son of .Saltram, 
graudam Y'oung Giantess, the dam of Sorcerer, by Diomed. Phantom won the Derliy 
in 1811, and Walton's sou St. Patrick, dam by Dick Andrews, sou of Joe Andrews by 
Eclipse, won the St. Leger in 1820 and the Gold Cup at Y'ork. Phantom got Cedric, 
out of sister to Repeatorby Trumpator. graudam Demirep byHighfiyer, who won the 



10 THE Tni)KOnGHHKED HORSE. 

Derby in 1824, and Middleton, dam Web 15y Waxy, sou of Pot-8-o's, out of Penelope by 
Trumpator, that won the Derby in 1825. Hut Phantom's best reputation comes through 
his daughters. He was the sire of Cobweb, out of Filagree by Soothsayer, son of Sor- 
cerer, grandani Web, sister to Whalebone by Wa.xy. Cobweb won the Oaks and 1,000 
Guineas in 1824, and was the dara of Bay Middleton (.son of Sultan, by Selim), that 
won the 2,000 Guineas and the Derby in 183t>. Bay Middleton was the sire of the 
Flying Dutchnum (dam Barbelle by Saiulbeck, sou of Cattou), that won both the 
Derby and St. Leger in 1819, the Ascot Cup in 1850, and defeated the noted Voltigeur 
in the Match at York, two miles. Bay Middleton was the sire of Hermit, that won 
the 2.000 Guineas in 18.54, Aphrodite the 1,000 Guineas in 1851, Audover the Derby 
in 18.54. He was the sire of Ellen Middleton, dam Myrrlia- by Malek. son of Black- 
lock, out of Bessy by Young Gouty, grandson of Sir Peter. Ellen Mid<lleton is 
famous as the dam of Wild Dayrell, that won the Derby in 18-55, by Ion, son of 
Cain, by Paulowitz, by Sir Paul, by Sir Peter, much inbred to Sir Peter. Wild Day- 
rell was the sire of Buccaneer, out of Cruiser's dam by Little Red Rover.son of Tramp. 
Buccaneer was the sire of Kisber, winner of the Derby in 1876, Formosa, winner of the 
Oaks and St. Leger in 1868, Cadet, See Saw, Brigautine, wiuuer of the Oaks in 1809, 
aud The Rake, out of England's Beauty by Birdcatcher, who was imported after 
being a failure in Englaud, but died within a year. Walton was also the sire of Par- 
tisan, dam Parasol by Pot-8-o"s, son of Eclipse, graudam Prunella by HighHyer, son 
of Herod, out of Promise by Snap. Partisan was the sire of Mameluke, dam Miss 
Sophia by Stamford, son of Sir Peter, graudam Sophia by Buzzard, sou of Woodpeck- 
er, by Herod. Mameluke won the Derby in 1827, aud is known to America as the 
sire of imp. Myrtle, the dam of the famous lirood-mare Magnolia by imp. Glencoe, 
that produced such grand race-horses as Kentucky, second to no son of Lexington 
over any distance of ground; Madeline, the graudam of Irocjuois, winner of the Derby, 
St. Leger and Prince of Wales stakes m 1881, Charley Ball, Priucetou, Charles Mor- 
gan, Hanover by imj). Y'orkshire, Simiu Kenton, Madonna and Skedaddle by the same 
sire, aud Gilroy, brother to Kentucky and Victory by Uncle Vic, sou of Lexington. 
Partisan was sire of Glaucus, dam Naume by Selim, son of Buzzard, aud Glaucus was 
the sire of Refraction, that won the Oaks in 1S45. and also won the Ascot Gold Cup 
from Rockingham. Glaucus was also the sire of The Nob, dam Octave, sister to Oxy- 
gen, by Emilius, out of Whizgig by Rubens. The Nob was the sire of The Nabob, 
dam Hester by Camel, son of Wh.aleboue, out of Monimia by Muley, etc. . The Nabob 
was the sire of Vermouth, dam Verraeille by The Baron, out of Fair Helen by Priam, 
aud Bois Roussel, dam Agar by Sting, sou of Slane ; .also Nntbourue, out of Priucess 
liy Merry Monarch. Vermouth got Boiard (wiuuer of the French Derby aud Grand 
Prix of Paris lu 1873), dam La Bossue by Do Clare, sou of Touchstone. The Nabob 
was sire also of Nutbourne, the sire of imp. Woodlands, dam Whiteface by 
Turnus. Partisan further handed down the Sir Peter blood through his two sous. 
Gladiator, dam Pauline by Moses (Derby 1822), out of Quadrille by .Selim, and Ven- 
ison, dam Fawn by Smolensko, son of Sorcerer, out of ,Ierl>Qa by Gohanna, son of 
Mercury by Eclipse. Gladiator and Venison iiuished second aud third to Bay Middle- 
ton in the Derby in 1836. Partisan was the sire of Patron, wiuuer of the 2,000 (iuiueas 
in 1829, Zeal, winner of the 1,000 Guineas in 1821, and Cyprian, winner of the Oaks in 
1836. Gladiator went to France;, where he became famous as a sire. He got JIiss 
<;iadiator, dam Taffrail by Sheet Anchor, sou of Lottery by Tramp. Miss Gladiator 
was the dam of the famous Gladiateur that won the 2,000 Guineas, Derby, St. Leger 
ami Grand Prix of Paris, and was the only horse which ever acconii)li5hed the feat, 
(iladiator was sire also of Sweetmeat, dam Lollypop by Starch or \'oltaire, out of 
Belinda by Blacklock. Gladiator also got Fulvie, the dam of Dutch Skater l>y Flying 
Dutchmau. Sweetmeat was the sire of Mincemeat and Miucepie, winners of the Oaks 
in ISM aud lH5li, aud JIacaroni, dam Jocose l>y Pantaloon, son of Castrel. liy imp. 
Blizzard. .Macaroni won the 2,000 Guineas aud l)erl)y lu 1863, aud was the sire of 
Spina way, winner of the 1,000 Guineas aud Oaks in 1875. Bonny .Jean, winner of the 
Oaks in 18*5, Macgregor, Machoath Couronne de Fer, aud imp. Macaroou, dam Song- 
stress by Chanticleer, son of Binlcatchcr. 



THE THOEOUGHURED HORSE. 11 

Macaroon was importeil to Aiiniiin, and Is in tbe Brookdale stml of the late 
Mr. 1). D. Withers. He is sin- nt tlie winners Macbeth and Maedutt' (the latter 
now in the Mctirathiaua stud, and liighly prized). Cadence, dam Castagnette, by 
Marsyas, son of Orlando (shr tUr dam of Trill and Cascade by Uncas, son of Lex- 
ington and othiT winners). l'a\ m-ess. dam imp. Faverdale by The Palmer, in Pisiana 
.stnd : Gem, dam lUjon by Anstralian, in Chesterbrook stud, Pennsylvania, Knicknack, 
.sister to Gem and dam of Bibelot, in Brookdale stud, Paradox, dam Maxim, by Planet, 
in McGrathiaua stnd, and Gregory, out of imp. Abundance by Kaiser, a first-class 
horse. Macaroni also got Bonbon (imported by the late M. H. Sanford), dam Bion- 
della by The Flying Dutchman. She is the dam of the good race-horse Little Kutlin, 
Petersburgh, and their sisters. Caramel and Tulare, all by Monarchist. Imp. Clover 
by Macaroni, dam Verdure, by King Tom, son of Harkaway, was the dam of Flageo- 
letta and Aftermath by Rayou D'or. Dauntless by Macaroni, dam Artless by Arehy, 
son of Camel by Whalebone, is the dam of Florimel, Delilah, and King Cole by 
111 Fscd, and Mr. Pelham and Fearless by imp. St. Blaise. Imp. Lady Nar by Maca- 
roni, dam (jueen O' Scotts by Blair Athol, is owned by Dr. A. W. McAlester of 
Missouri. Polenta (iu the late Xursery stud) by Macaroni, dam by Lord of the 
Isles, sou of Touchstone, out of Shot by Birdcatcher, is the dam of Farina by Ken- 
tucky, Tapioca by Kingfisher, Polouins (iu England), Polydora by St. Blaise, and 
Louise by 111 Used. Imp. Inverness by Macaroni, dam Elfrida by Faugh-a-Ballagh, 
son of Sir Hercules by Whalebone, is the dam of Short Line, and Garrick by Lexing- 
ton, Lady Caroliue by Australian, Patroness by Pat Malloy, Haidee, Mai-y K, 
and Joe Cotton by King Alfonso, the most of which were iirominent on the turf, and 
.Joe Cotton was one of the speediest horses that ever faced a starter. His one mile 
and three-sixteenths in 2.00^- with lOlU lbs. up was one of the best races ever run, 
and has not been excelled, the l)est being 200^,. 

Imp. Jndilh by Macaroni, dam Verdure, by King Tom, out of May Bloom, by 
Xewminster, is in the Algeria stnd. Imp. Queen Maud, dam Qneen of the Vale by 
King Tom, out of Agnes by Pantaloon, dam of Queen O' the May, is the dam of 
Stoncy Montgomery and Hawkstone. 

Moccasin by Macaroni, dam Mailame Strauss by King Tom. out of .Jetty Treffz by 
Melbourne, is a large, tine horse, which never raced. Before going to Canada he got 
some good horses, such as Vampire, Faith. Amazon, Disdain, etc. He is now iu the 
Edgewater Stud, Kentucky, and should be heard from as a sire. Xo horse can lie 
better bred. 

Macaroni's daughters have been successes in the stnd in England. Lily Agnes, 
dam Polly Agnes by The Cure, son of Physician, son of Brutandorf Ijy Blacklock, 
is the dam of imp. Rossingtou by Doncaster, sou of Stockwell, ami of the grand 
race-horse Ormonde Ijy Bend'or, sou of Doncaster, by Stockwell, and Kouge Rose 
by Thormanby, the latter and Bend'or Derliy wiuuers, and Ormonde, winner of 
the 2,000 Guineas, Derliy, and St. Lcger. Gladiator was also the sire of Fitz Gladiator, 
dam Zarah by Reveller, son of Comus, by Sorcerer. Fitz Gladiator was the sire of 
(,'ompiigne, dam Jlaid of Hart by The Provost, sou of The Saddler, by Waverly, by 
Whalebone. Compiegue was the sire of imp. Mortemer, dam Comtesse by The Baron 
or Nuncio, credited to the latter, who was a son of Plenipotentiary by Eniilius. 
Mortemer was not only a superior lace-horse, but the sire of such good oues as 
Chaumnt, winner of the 2,000 (iuineas : Vernueil, wiuuer of the Grand Prix of Paris, 
and St. Christophe, winner of the (iold Vase, Gold Cup and Alexandra Plate at 
Ascot. His success in America was equal to that iu Europe, aud whenever bred 
to mares possessing raciug blood the ]>roduce was good. He got Exile, dam imp. 
Second Hand by Stockwell, out of Gaiety by Touchstone, also a superior horse, 
Adonis, dam Aliie Ward by Lexington. Wanda and Winfred, out of Minnie Minor by 
Lexington, ChiiiuMa. Cyclops, and Camliy.ses out of Lizzie Lucas by Australian. Saluda 
out of Perfection by Leamington. Savanac out of .-^ly Boots by Rivoli, son of Revenue 
by imp. Trustee; Heiiudel and Housatoiiic out of Vand;ilite by Vandal, son of 
Glencoe. 

Parmesan- bv Sweetmeat, dam (;ruvirc by Vi-rnlam. son of l^ottery by Tramji, 



12 THE TiioKor(;HnnED horse. 

graiulaiu Jennala by Touchstone. Parmesan is the sire of Cremorne (winner of th& 
Derby, 1«72) dam Rigolboche by Rataplan, son of The Baron, by Birdcateber, Parme- 
san is sire of imp. Straehino, out of May Bell, by Hetman Platott'. Favonins by I'ar- 
mesau (lam Zephyr by King Tom, son of Harkaway by Economist, won the Derby in 
1871. Favonins was not only a race-horse of merit, but is the sire of Sir Be\ ys (win- 
ner of the Derby in 1879), dam Lady Laugden by Kettledrum (winner of the Derby 
in 1861), son of Eataplau. Gladiator is immortalized as the sire of Queen Mary, dam 
by Plenipotentiary, son of Emilius by Orville, graudam Myrrha by Whalebone, son 
of Waxy by Pot-8-o's, etc. Queen Mary has given us a grand lot of .Stallions and 
Matrons which have made their mark on both sides of the Atlantic. .She i)rodnc-ed 
twenty foals, including Haricot by Mango or Lanercost, Braxey by Moss Trooper, son 
of Liverpool by Tramp, Bab at the Bowster and imp. Balrownie by Aunandale, son 
of Touchstone, Blooming Heather and Blink Bonny by Melbourne, imp. Bonnie Scot- 
land l>y lago, son of Don John by Tramp or Waverly, Bonnyfield, Bonny Breast- 
knot and Bonny Bell by Voltigeur, Brooniielaw by Stockwell, Bertie by Newminster, 
lilinkhoolie by Rataplan, Bertha by Young Melbourne and Bonnie Doon by Rapid 
Rlione, son of Young Melbourne. None of her sons or daughters, except Blink Bonny 
winner of the Oaks and Derby, 1857, won any of the great tised events of the English 
turf, Bonny Doon is the dam of Imp. Bella Donna by Hermit, she the dam of the 
winner Bel Demonico her first foal. Bonny Bell is the dam of imp. Blythwood and 
Beauclerc, winner of the Middle Park Plate. Haricot produced Caller On by Stock- 
well, that won the St. Leger in 1861, the Brighton Cup and the Northumberland 
Plate in 1863 and '64, and was the dam of The Pearl by Newminster. Haricot was tho 
ilam of Lady Langden by Kettledrum, that was the dam of Hampton by Lord Clifden. 
Hampton was the sire of Merry Hampton (Derby winner in 1887), dam Doll Tearsheet 
by Broomielaw, Queen Mary's son, and Ayrshire (Derby winner in 1888) out of Atalanta 
hy Galopin, son of Vedette. Lady Langden was also the dam of Sir Bevys, Derby w inner 
in 1879 Braxey was the dam of Tlirift by Stockwell, and she the dam of Tristan by Her- 
mit. Tristan ran second in many of the big events, won the Gold Cup, two Gold Vases 
and Hardwicke Stakes. Thrift was also dam of Trapeze by Hermit, and Pursebearer by 
Scottish Chief. Bernice by Stockwell, out of Braxey, was in the Nursery Stud and was 
the dam of Bertram and Beatrice, the dam of Bidlona, she the dam of Belladonna 
(Arnica's dam), Belinda, etc. Blink Bonny won tlie Oaks and Derby, 1857, and was the 
dam of Blair Atlud by Stockwell. Blair Athol won the Derby and St. Leger, and Bread- 
albane his brother, won the Prince of Wales and (iratwicke Stakes. Blair Athol got Sil- 
vio (Derby winner, 1877), out of Silverhair by Kingston, son of Venison. Beauclerc by 
Rosicrncian, dam Bonny Bell, won the Middles Park Plate. Bella Donna l)y Hermit dam 
Bonnie Doon by Rapid Rhoiu% is in the Nursery Stud. Lady Stockwell liy KnowsU-y. son 
ofStockwell,outof Bab-at-the-Bowster l)yAnnan(lale,is in the Walnut Hill Stu.1 in Ken- 
tucky, her daughter Salara (imported in ulero) by Salvator, is proving a good brood- 
mare, as are also her daughters Sophrouia by Ten Broeck and Suugleam by King 
Allonso. Venison was the sire of Tlie I'gly Buclc, winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 
IiS44, Miami winner of the Oaks in 1847 and Clementina who won the 1. 000 Guineas in 
the same year. Venison was also the sire of Alarm, dam Sonth<lowu, by Defence son 
of Whalebone, and of Kingston, dam Queen Ann, by Slane son of Royal Oak by Catton. 
Kingston was a line and game Inuse, ho was the sire of Caractacus (winner of tho 
Derby in 1862), (Jueen Bertha (winner of the OakS in 1863), Ely, and Silverhair. dam 
of Silvio (winner of both the Derby and St. Leger), Coimbra, dam of Claremont, 
imp. Stylites and Imp. Stonehenge in tho Brookdale Stud, and a successful sue. 
Non Pareille, the sister to Silverhair, was in the late Nursery Stud, and is the dam 
of Matador by Gladiateur, Perfection by Kingfisher and Nina, the dam of Punka, l>y 
Kentucky. Imp. Babta by Kingston. <lain Alice Lowe, by Defence son of Whalelionc, 
is tho dam of (ileuelg. (imported in iiIitk) by Citadel son of Stockwell, who has es. 
tablished his reputation as one of the most successful stallions In America. Elthaiii 
Lass (imported), by Kingston, dam by Pyrrhns tho First, son of Epirns by Langar, 
out of Palmyra by Sultan, was the dam of Kingllsher, winner of the Behnont, Cham- 
]>iou and Travers Stakes, and an excellent and successful stallion, Sabina (d.im of 



THE THOEOrOHBRED HORSE. 13 

Ruchiel) Syria, The Widow, (ilam of Ollie Gleim. l>y Hindoo, and Ocean by iraii. 
Uillet), King Pin, King Bolt and Majestic (the dam of the snpeiior raee-horse Eiirns, 
winner of the .Snlmilian and other important races), all liy Lexington. Imp. Char- 
asns, by Distin, son of Trnuipeter by Orlando, is out of (Sapjiho by Kingston and was 
not only a good race-horse, but is making himself known as a snccessfnl stallion. 

Sir Paul, own brother to Panliua, winner of the St. Leger in 1807, was by Sir 
Peter, dam Pewet by Tandem (son of Syphon by Sijuirt) out of Termagant by 
Tantrum, sun of Cripple by the Godolphin Arabian. Pewet was the dam also of 
C'linkiriua (the dam of llumprey Clinker) by Clinker. Termagant was the dam of Eve- 
lina by Highflyer, the dam of Cervantes, Orville and Panlowitz by Sir Paul. Paulo- 
witz was the sire of Archibald (winner of the 2.000 Guineas), and Cain, dam by 
Payuator. son of Trnmi)ator by Conductor. Cain is famous as the sire of Ion, who 
rau second in the Dei by and St. Leger in 1838 and was the sire of Wild Dayrell and 
Tadmor. he the sire of Seclusion, Hermit's dam. Wild Dayrell was the sire of Buc- 
caneer, Wild Oats, imp. The Kake and Hurricane winner of the 1,000 Guineas, 1862. 
lou was also the sire of Adeline, the grandam of St. .Simon by Galopiu. St. Simon was 
disiiualiried for the great events, the Derby and St. Leger, by the death of Prince 
Battliy any. bui was a superior race-lior.se, won a large number of events iuclndiug the 
Epsom, Ascot and Goodwood C'ui)S, aud is regarded as one of the best siies in Eng- 
land. The Byerly Turk blood is not less famous through Herod's other son Wood- 
pecker, foaled lu 1773, dam Jliss Kamsdeu by Cade, son of the Godolphin Arabian, 
graudam by Lonsdale Bay Arabian, third dam sister to Whitefoot, and Bonny Lass, 
by Bay Bolton, out of a daughter of the Byerly Tuik, tracing to a Natural Barb mare. 
Woodpecker was a superior race-horse aud a grand and successful stallion. He was 
the sire of Bustard, dam Matron bj' Alfred, iuii). Buzzard, dam Misfortune by Dux, 
imp. Dragon and his daughter are famous in the stud. Ambrosia by AVoodpecker, 
ilam Kuth by Blank, was the dam of Fanny (the dam of Sir Oliver, Miss Teazle, 
Poulton. etc.) by Diomed. Abigail by Woodpecker, dam Firetail by Eclipse was the 
dam of Zodiac by .St. George. Chesuut and Grey .Skim were sisters by Woodpecker, 
dam .Silver's dam by Herod. The former, Chesuut Skim, was the dam of Election 
(winner of the Derby m 1807) by Gohanna: the latter, Grey Skim, was the dam of 
.Skim and Castanea, by Gohanna, that ligures in many of our pedigrees. Active by 
Woodpecker, d.im Laura by Wliistle-,lacket. son of Mogul, was the dam of imp. 
Expediliou (.by Pegasus son of Eclipse), the sire of Honesty (Monmouth Eclipse's 
dam), Katydid, Expedition mare (dam of American Boy by Sea Gull), Maid of the 
Oaks (the dam of Medoc, Midas, Gijisy aud Cora by American Eclipse), Katy Ann by 
Ogle's Oscar, to which the Lewis family trace that has produced so many good ones 
snch as Potomac, Sensation, Stratford, Onoudaga, Glenniore, Acrobat, John Morgan, 
Hunter's Lexington, Morgan Scout, Ratan, Girofle, etc. Matchless, another daughter 
of Expedition, founded the Morgan family, through her daughter, Lady Morgan by 
.Johu Richaril, sou of Sir Arcliy, another distinguished horse in male line to the 
Byerly Turk. Woodpecker's <laiigliter Kosiiia, out of Petworth by Herod, inbred to 
the Byerly Turk, was the dam of Hermes, by Mercury, sou of Eclipse. Wren by- 
Woodpecker out of I'apillon (Sir Peter's dam), by Snap, was the dam of Agonistes 
and imp. Robin Redbreast by .Sir Peter, the latter sire of the Robin uiare that was the 
dam of Thornton's Rattler, Sumpter, Childers, Elizabeth and Elirtilla, all by Sir 
Archy, a horse m the male line to the Byerly Turk. A daughter of Woodpecker, dam 
Everlasting by Eclipse, was the dam of Fraxinella (grandam of Tramp) by Trenthani, 
and I'ractious (the dam of Carthage, Amazon, and Hannibal (this last winner of the 
Derby in 1S(I3), all by Driver, sou of Trenthani liy Sweepstakes. Woodpecker was the 
sire of Catharine and Colibri, dam Camilla by Trenthani. Catharine was the dam of 
(iohiniiius, Hedley, Kate and Wauderer by Gohanna, Sprite by Bobtail, and Worthy 
by Whalebone. Woodpecker got many other good brood-mares. Woodpecker's son 
Buzzard, who was imported into Virginia m March, 180.'>, and died in Kentucky in 
180!<, left his impression deeply on the stock of this couutry. He got m England, 
prior to his importation, Hornby Lass, dam Puzzle by Matcliem (she the dam of 
Morel. Maugii. Triiflie, and Emperor by Sorcerer). Sophia, ilam Hiincamunca Viy High- 



14 THE THOEOUGIIBEED HOUSE. 

flyer (she the dam of Miss Sophia by Stamford, Miss Sophia was dam of Master 
Henry and of Mameluke, winner of Derby in 1827), Vanity, dam Dabchick by Pot-8-o's 
(she the dam of Conceit and Cainice by Walton), and Coquette by Dick Andrews. 
Buzzard was the sire of the three brothers Castrel, Selim and Rubens, and their 
sister. Bronze, dam by Alexander, son of Eclipse, and Kosamond, dam Roseberry by 
Phoenomenou, she the dam of imp. Barefoot by Tramp. Barefoot was the sire of the 
good race-mares Motto and Clara Howard, whose descendants have proven the value 
of this blood on the turf. 

Castrel was the sire of Bustard, dam Miss Hap by Shuttle, son of Young Marske, 
Bustard got Heron, dam by Orville,son of Beningbrough by King Fergus. Heron got the 
noted race-horse Fisherman, out of Maiubrace by Sheet Anchor, son of Lottery. Fisher- 
man ran one hundred and nineteen races and won sixty-nine. He was exported to 
Australia where he made a great reputation as a stallion. Heron was also the sire of 
Snowdrop, dam Fairy by Filho-da-Puta, and she the dam of Gemma di Vergy by Sir 
Hercnles, sou of Whalebone, who has made a good reputation as a stallion. Castrel 
was also the sire of Merlin, dam Miss Newton by Delpini, and of Pantaloon, dam 
Idalia by Peruvian, sou of Sir Peter. Pautabxm was the sire of Sleight of Hand, 
dam Decoy by J'^ilho-da-Puta, and The Libel, dam Pas<iniuade, sister to Touchstone 
by Camel. The Libel is sire of Bribery, dam Splitvote by St. Luke (she the dam of 
St. Albans, winner of the St. Leger in 18(50) ; also sire of Traducer, dam Arethusa by 
Elis. that is the sire of imp. Sir Modred and Cheviot (see tables). Pantaloon also 
sired the brotliers, Hobbie Noble, Elthirou and Windbound, out of Phryue by 
Touchstone. Windhound is admitted to be the sire of Thormanliy (winner of the 
Derl)y in I860) dam Alice Hawthorn by Mnly Moloch. Thormanby is the sire of 
Charibert, Violet (the graudam of Melton, winner of the Derby in 1885) and Rouge 
Rose, the dam of Beud'or winner of the Derby in 1880, he the sire of Ormonde. Thor- 
manby was the sire of Thuringian Prince, dam Eastern Princess by Surplice, and he 
the sire of the superior race-horse Bird of Freedom, winner of the City and Sviburban 
Handicap, Ascot Cup and Gold Vase; also of Plaudit, he the sireof Balfe (a good race- 
horse and stallion), dam Bohemia by Weatherbit, Thormanby was the sire of imp. 
Glengarry, out of Carbine by Rifleman. Legerdemain, sister of Drone, Sleight of Hand 
and Van Amburgh by Pantaloon, dam Decoy l)y Filho-da-Puta, is the dam of Toxophilite 
by Longbow, sou of Ithuriel by Touchstone. Toxophilite is the sire of Stray Shot, 
out of Vaga by Stockwell, she the dam of Torpedo, Martini aud the noted Shotover by 
Hermit. Toxophilite is sire of Musket, out of daughter of West Australian, and he the 
sire of Petionel, winner of the 2.000 Guineas, 1880. Musket was exported to Australia 
anil has proved highly successful there, as a sire Pantaloon is the sire of Ghuznee 
(winner of the Oaks in 1841), her dam Languish by Cain. Ghuznee was the dam of 
Storm, Escalade, etc., by Touchstone, the latter the dam of Citadel by Stockwell, sire 
of imp. Glenelg. Pantaloon was the sire of Satirist (winner of the St. Leger in 1841, 
and tlie Ascot Gold Vase), out of Sarcasm by Teuiers, sou of Rubens. Pantaloon was 
the sire of the dam of imp. Leaiuiugton, aud .Jocose the dam of Macaroni. Selim was 
the sire of Langar, dam by Walton, out of Young Giantess by Dionied. Laugar was 
the sire of Stockport, Elis (winner of the St. Leger in 1836) aud Ejiirus, out of 
Olympia by .Sir Oliver, sou of Sir Peter. Kpirns was the sire of Pyrrhus I. (winner of 
the Derby in 1846), dam Fortress by Defence, son of Whalebone. Langar was sire of 
Vulture, dam Kite by Bustard, son of Castrel, that was the dam of Orlando (winner 
of the Derl)y iu 1844), iiy Touchstone, ami of Progress, the dam of Atilla (winner of 
the Derby in 1842), her dam by Blacklock. Selim was the sire of Sultan, foaled iii 
1816, dam Bacchante by Williamson's Ditto, out of sister to Calomel by Jlercury, son 
of Eclipse. Sultan was the sire of imp. Glencoc, dam Trami)oline by Tramp (see 
talde). Glencoe won the 2,000 Guiueas iu 1834, and was imported to America after the 
season of 1836. The Glencoe mare, dam Alice by Whalebone, was the dam of Adine 
by .Slime, Torment by Alarm aud others, but Gleneoe's reputation is lasting as the sire 
of Pocahontas, dam Marpessa by Muley, son of Orville, out of Clare by Marmion, sou 
of Whiskey by Saltram. Pocahontas was the dam of Stockwell (winner of the 2,000 
(Juineas aud the St. Leger iu 1S.")2), Rata|>lau ( third in the St. Leger in 1853, Trades- 



THE TnOEOUOlIIiUKl) HORSE. 15 

man's C'ni), etc.), both by The Baron, son of liirdcatcher. King Tom, by Harkaxvay, 
son of Economist, by Whisker, Ayacaiiora by Rinlcatcher, Knight of Kars by Nutwith, 
son of Tomboy, Knight of St. Patrick by imp. Knight of St. George, AuricuUi ami 
Araucaria by .Ambrose, son of Touchstone, ami Annette by imp. Priam. Stockwell 
proved the most potent and valuable of all the sires in England. He got The Mar- 
quis, Bothwell and Gang Forward (winners of the 2,000 Guineas and The Marquis 
also Tvon the 'st. Leger), Lord Lyon (vi-innor of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. 
Leger), Blair Athol, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, Doncaster, winner of the 
Derby,Lady Augusta, Repulse and Achievement, winners of the 1,000 Guineas (Achieve- 
ment also won the St. Leger), Regalia, winner of the Oaks, Saveruake ami St. Albans, 
the latter winner of the St. Leger, Caller On, the grand mare, winner of St. Leger and 
a number of Queen's Plates. Blair Athol got Prince Charlie, winner of the 2,000 
Guineas, Silvio, wmner of both Derby and St. Leger, and Craig Millar, winner of the 
St. Leger. St. Albans got Julius and Springfield, the latter the sire of Sainfoin, win- 
ner of the Derby in 1890. Doncaster got Bend'or, winner of the Derby, and Beud'or 
sired the great Ormonde, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, Bertram, 
the grandson of Stockwell, is the sire of Robert the Devil, winner of the St. Leger. 
Rataplan was the sire of Kettledrum, winner of the Derby, The Miner, Ben Battle, 
Bliukhoolie and Cyml)al, good stallions. King Tom got Tomato, winner of the 1,000 
Guineas, Hannah, winner of the 1,000 Guineas, Oaks and St. Leger, Tormentor and 
Hippia, Oaks winners, Kingcraft, winner of the Derby, Great Tom, King Ernest. 
King Ban and Pliaeton, imported into America and successful and valuable stallions. 
Ayacanora is the dam of Chattanooga by Orlando, Caehuca by Voltigcur, the latter 
dam of imp. C'astagnette by Marsyas and grandam of Quicklime, Chattanooga is the 
sire of Printauuiere, the dam of Poulet in France. Ar.aucaria is the dam of Stephanotis 
by Macaroni, Welliugtonia by Chattanooga, and the grand horse Rayon d'Or, now at 
the head of the .\lgeria stud (see table). Of all the stallions subsequent to Diomod, 
Glencoe nmde the greatest impression on the Idood stock of America. Glencoo got but 
few males, and at his death. Vandal and Pauio were about the only sons alive. Thc- 
latter had no chance iu the stud, and Vandal little, until purchased by the late Gen. 
Harding and put in the Belle Meade stud, when he got Ventilator and Vanguard, out 
of Caroliu by imp. Scythian, sou of Orlando, Mollio Jackson, the grand race-mare and 
great grandam of Foxhall. Ventilator is sire of Mary Anderson, Drizzle, Airtight, 
Airplant, Airshaft and others. Vandal also got Vandalite, the best mare of her day, 
Vanderbilt(sire()f Madstone, etc.), out of Melrose l)y Childe Harold, Voltigeur (sire of 
Walter H, Franlv Ward, etc.), dam Duet by Highlander, son of Glencoe, and Coral, 
dam of llncas and Wanderer. But in Vandal's son Virgil, we find his greatest excel- 
lence. Virgil's dam was Hymenia by imp. Yorkshire. Virgil was the sire of Vagrant. 
Vigil, Vera Cruz, Virginius, Fairplay, Virgilian, Santa Anita, Memento, Maurice O, 
and the grand race-horse and popular stallion Hindoo (sire of Hanover, Sallie Mc- 
Clelland, Buddhist, Mabel Glenn, etc.), an<l the unbeaten Tremont, sire of Dagonet, a 
promising two-year old, 1891. Glencoo was the sire of a large number of grand brood- 
mares, including the sisters Mildred and Lightsome, Charmer the grand race-mare, 
Sally Lewis, Topaz (dam of Wagram, Waterloo, Lodi, Areola, and Colton), Reel (dam 
of Lecomte, Prioress, Starke, War Dance, etc.). Magnolia (dam of Kentucky, Gilroy, 
Victory, Princeton, Skedaddle, Madeline, the grandam of Iro(iuois, etc.), Novice (dam 
of Norfolk), Nebula (ibun of Asteroid), Kitty Clark (dam of Maiden, La Henderson, 
etc.), Bonnio Lassie, Blonde, Floriue (dam of Idlewild, Aerolite, etc.), Pryor, and his 
two sisters, one of them the dam of Glyccra and Colossus, by imp. Sovereign, the 
other the dam of Alumina, Sister of Charity, Lord Jersey, Wheatly, Midsummer, 
etc. A Glencoo maro was the dam of Optimist. Sultan was the sire of Bay Middle- 
ton, dam Cobweb by Phantom, son of Walton by Sir Peter, a splendid race-horse, 
winner of the 2,000 (Juineas anil Derby, in 1830. He is the sire of Flying Dutchman 
(winner of the Derby and St. Leger in l-il9), aud his full brother Vanderdecken. Fly- 
ing Dut( hinan was sire of Dutch Skater and Dollar. Bay Middleton was sire also of 
AudDVer, dam sister to .Vegis, l)y Defence, winner of the Derby in l-'.jl, sire also of 
Ennui, dam Blue Devils l>y Velocipede. Ennui was a superior racer and dam of 



1(5 THE TnOROrOHBIlED HORSE. 

Saunterer by Birdoatclier, Loiterer by Sfcockwell aud Bravery by Gameboy. Bravery 
was the dam of Salamauca by Student, and she the dam of Pero Gomez (winner of the 
St. Legcr in 1869) by Beadsman. Bay Middletou was also siro of Cowl, dam Crucilix 
by Priam. Cowl was the sire of Miss Sellon, the graudam of Hermit, sire of St. Blaise, 
also Madame Ejj;lautiue, the dam of Rosicruciau, aud The Palmer, by Beadsman, also 
of Morgan-la-Faye, dam Miami (Oaks winner, 1S47), by Venison, she the dam of Marie 
Stuart (winner of the Oaks and St. Leger in 1S73), by Scottish Chief But the great 
reputation of Bay Middletou in the female liue is from Ellen Middletou, the dam of the 
noted Wild Dayrell. Sultan was the sire of Ibrahim (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 
1835), dam sister to Cobweb by Phantom, Augustus (winuer of the 2,000 Guineas, 
1830), dam Augusta by Wofnl, Arhmet (brother to Bay Middletou), winner of the 2,000 
Guineas, 1837, Greenmautle (winuer of the Oaks. 1823). dam DuUiuea by Cervantes, 
son of Don Quixote, and Galata (winner of the 1,000 Guineas aud Oaks, 1832), dam 
Advance by Pioneer. 

Sultan was sire also of Hampton aud Adana (the latter imported to America), 
dam Rachel by Whalebone ; Beiram, dam Miss Cautley by Stamford; Jereed, dam 
My Lady, by Comas ; Ishmael, dam by Phantom, sire of Star of Eiin. Selim was the 
sire of Turcoman, dam Pope Joan by Waxy. 

Rubens, the brother to Castrel and Selim, was a good race-horse, and got a large 
number of racers. He is particularly distinguished for his daughters. Landscape, 
dam Iris, by Brush, sou of Eclipse, won the Oaks in 1816 ; Pastille, dam Parasol, 
by Pot-^-o-'s, son of Eclipse, wua the 2,030 Guineas and Oaks iu 1822, aud Whizgig, 
dam Penelope, by Trumpator, won the 1,030 Guineas the same year. Whizgig was 
the daa of Oxygen, winner of the Oaks, aud graudam of Trumpeter. Rubeus was 
the sira of the dam of Phosphorus, winner of the Derby in 1-337, and his sister May 
Day, winner of the 1,030 Guineas in 1831. Rabeus was the sire of Deliance, the dam 
of Dangerous, by Tramp (winner of the Derby iu 1833), Defence by Whalebone, 
Design by Tramp, aud Delight by Reveller, the last two imported into America, 
aud dams of winners. Rubens got Ruby, dam, by Williamson's Ditto, that was the 
dam of Coronation (Derby winner in 1841) by Sir Hercules. Rubens was also the 
sire of Bobadil, dam by Skyscraper, son of Highflyer. Bobadil was the sire of the 
graudam of the great brood-mare Magnolia. Rubens was also the sire of Teniers, 
dam Snowdrop liy Highland Fling, son of Spadille, and Peter Lely, dam SJella by 
Sir Oliver, winner of the Gold Cups at Worcester, Warwick, and Leicester ; Miniature, 
the dam of Enamel (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1825) by Phantom, Imp. Eliza, dam 
Little Folly by Highland Fling, was the dam of Emerald (the dam of Topaz), by imp. 
Leviathan. Rubens sired many other brood-marcs that produced winners. The Byerly 
Turk blood in the male line permeates the pedigrees of all the best race-horses iu .\mer- 
ica, through Diomed, who was sold and imported to Virginia after he was 22 years old. 
but such was his natural vigor and stamina that he lived to be 31 years old, having been 
foaled in 1777, aud died in 1808 in Virginia. Diomed was by Florizel, son of Herod, by 
Tartar, by Partner, by .ligg, by Byerly Turk. Diomed's dam was sister to .Tuno by 
.Spectator, sou of Crab by Alcock Arabian, out of Moral ia by Blank, son of theGodolphin 
Arabian. Diomed won the initial Derby in 1780. He also won other races up to four- 
mile heats, and got some excellent horses aud brood-mares before his importation. 
such as Glaucus and Lais, dam Grace by Su.ap, (Jrey Diomed, Robin Grey, Grey- 
hound, all out of Grey Dorimaut by Dorimant ; Wrangler, imported into Virginia : 
Champion, the Diomed Mare of Lord Fitzwilliam (dam of Wonder aud Jliracle 
by Phoenonu'uon, sou of Herod, Caleb Quotem by Sir VvAer, and Cossack by 
Sir Paul), Diomed Mare (dam of Regulator aud Momentilla by Whiskey) ; Young 
Giantess, dam Giantess by Matchom, the dam of Sorcerer by Trumpator, Elea- 
nor by Whiskey (winner of the Oaks and the lirst mare to win the Derby, aud 
the dam of Muley, the sire of imp. Leviathan and Margrave), .lulia, l^ydia aud 
Cressida, all by Whiskey. ,Iulia was danr of Phautom (winner of the Derby iu 1811) 
by Walton, sou of Sir Peter. Lydia was the dam of The Corporal by Orville, and 
The Drummer by Waxy. Cressida was the dam of imp. Priam by Emilius, Priam got 
the faunas Crncihx (winner of the 2,033 and 1,000 Guineas aud Oaks in 1840), theda.ii 



THE TIIOEOUGHBRED HORSE. 17 

of Surplice (winner of the Derby, 184^) by Touchstoue; Miss Letty, dam by Orville, 
sou of IJeniugbrougli, wiuiiur of tUo Oalis iu 1837, aud the dam of Weatheibit by Sheet 
Anchor, he the sire of Beadsman, winner of the Derby in 1858, and he sire of Rosi- 
-crucian (Winner of the Prince of Wales and Craven stakes). The Palmer (sire of 
Jenny Howlctt (winner of the Oaks and dam of Chitabob), Gray Palmer, Pellegriuo, 
Pilgrimage), etc. Beadsman also got Blue Gown (winner of the Derby, 1868), out of 
Bas-Bleu by Stockwell. Priam was also sire of Industry, dam Arachne by Filho-da- 
Puta. Industry won the Oaks, 1838, aud was the dam of Stitch by Hornsea, Lady 
Evelyu (winner of the Oaks, 1819), by Don John, and Chevalier d'lndustrie by 
Orlando. Diomed also got Young Noisette, dam Noisette by Squirrel, she the dam of 
Clermont, Hymen and Navigator by Trumpator, son of Conductor, aud Marmiou 
l)y Whiskey, the latter sire of the graudam of Pocahontas. But it is in America 
where Diomed left an imperishable name. He was the sire of Sir Archy, the 
Godoljihiu Arabian of America. Sir Archy was inbred to Byerly Turk through sire 
and dam. Diomed was a grandson of Herod, and Castiauira was by Rockingham, also 
grandson of Herod. Castiauira raced successfully in this country, as also did her son 
Sir Archy, who was one of the most successful sires in the world. He was the sire of 
Bertrand and Pacidc, out of Eliza by imp. Bedford, son of Dungannon by Eclipse, 
both good and successful stallions, Sir Archy Montorio (Big Archy) and Sir William 
of Transport, out of Trausport by Virginius, son of Diomed, Young Lottery, Kosciusko, 
Saxe-Weimar, Crusader aud Pheuo:neuon, out of Lottery by imp. Bedford, she out of 
imp. Anvilina by Anvil, sou of Herod, Director aud Virgiuiau ont of Meretrix by 
Magog, Coquette, Arab, Tariff, Brilliant, Eliza and Gen. Brook, out of Bet Bounce by 
imp. Sir Harry, son of Sir Peter by Highflyer. Coquette, bred to her own sire. Sir 
Archy, produced Janet (Virginia Lafayette) aud Virginia Taylor. Sir Archy got Sir 
Charles aud Jauette, dam by imp. Citizen, son of Pacolet by Blank ; Phillis, Gohanua, 
Brunette, Sally Trent and Charlotte Temple, out of Merino Ewe by imp. Jack 
Andrews, son of Joe Andrews by Eclipse ; Thornton's Rattler, Childers, Sumpter, 
Elizabeth and Flirtilla out of the Robin mare by imp. Robin Redbreast, son of Sir 
Peter, she out of a mare by imp. Obscurity, sou of Eclipse. Flirtilla was bred to her 
owu sire and produced Flirtilla, Jr., aud Antoinette. Flirtilla, Jr., bred to Boston 
(inbred to Diomed through Timoleou and Florizel), produced Ringgold (a good race- 
horse aud for his chances a very successful stallion), sire of Onward, Delaware, Ring- 
master, Tipperary, good race-horses, and Goldring, the dam of Bullion, etc. Ringgold 
covered only a few thoroughbred mares. Flirtilla, Jr., also produced Cassandi'a by 
imp. Pnaui, a good race-mare and the dam of Trojan, Basil and Philo by Mariner, the 
latter the dam of Lady Blessiugton by imp. Eclipse, aud she the dam of Count 
D'Orsay, The Countess and The Baroness by Kentucky, Lady Rosebery aud Duchess 
by Kiugtisher, and Fairwater by 111 Used. The Barouess is the dam of Badge, by 
111 Used. Lady Rosebery is the dam of Lady Primrose, Lord Dalmeny, etc., aud 
Duchess is the dam of the good race-horse Wattersou by Great Tom. Sir Archy was 
the sire of Vanity aud Reality, out of a daughter of imp. Medley by Gimcrack, both 
good race-mares, and Reality was the dam of Johnson's Medley by Sir Hal, son of 
imp. .Sir Harry, Slender aud the noted Bonnets o' Blue by Sir Charles. Bouuets o' 
Blue was the dam of Mariner bj- Shark, son of American Eclipse aud the noted mare 
Fashion by imp. Trustee. Fashion beat Boston in the famous match four-mile heats 
over the Union 'Course, L. I., May 10th, 1812, in 7.32i-7.45, the fastest race ever run 
in the world to that date. Fashion started iu 31) races, 24 of which were four-mile 
heats, of which she won 21, won eight at three-mile heats, won three at two-mile 
heats, and lost one, wiuniug 32 out of 3(5 races. 

Sir Archy got Carolinian, Boxer aud Lady Randolph, out of Poll by imp. Druid- 
son of Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse; Wild Bill (Pilot) and Charles Kemble, dam Maria by 
Gallatin, son of imp. Bedford aud Gabriella, dam Calypso by Bellair, sou of imp. 
Medley. Gabriella, bred to Garrison's Zinganee (son of Sir Archy and Miss Chance 
by imp. Chance, son of Lurcher by Dungannon), produced George Martin and Miss 
Martin. George Martin was a superior race-horse at all distances and defeated 
Hannah Harris and the famous Keel, four-inilc heats, iu 7.33, 7.13, in 1844. He had 



18 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

previously won the first heat iu 7.36i, the race being won in 7.39, 7.51*, by the noted 
little proiligy Miss Foot by imp. Consol, out of imp. Gabriella by Partisan. Miss- 
Martin was the dam of Tokay by imp. Yorltshire, she the dam of Nannie Butler, 
King Lear, King Tom, King John and King Heni-y, good racers by Lexington. Nan- 
nie Butler was the dam of Girl of the Period (dam of Gerald, Geraldiue and Gera- 
nium by imp. Saxon) by Virgil. Nannie Black, sister to Girl of the Period, was the 
dam of Glene (.Jennie June's dam), by Glenelg, Princess Blandina and Brown Prin- 
cess by Prince Charlie ; and Nannie Bay by Glenelg, dam Nannie Butler, is the dam of 
Temple by Tremout. Gabriella also produced Lize by American Eclipse, son of Duroc 
by Diomed, that was the grandam of Emiuirer, one of the best sons of Leamington, 
and a very successful stallion. Sir Archy was sire of Betsey Richards (dam of the 
good race-horse Gano by American Eclipse), John Richards and Rockingham, dam by 
Rattle, son of imp. Shark by Marske. He also got Marion and Pandora, dam by 
imp. Citizen. Marion was the sire of the good race-horse John Blonnt, that beat 
Boston and Fashion a iirst heat of four miles in 7.42, and broke down in the 
second. Marion was the sire of the good race-mare Maria West, out of Ella Cnimp 
by imp. Citizen, she the dam of the great race-horse Wagner, by Sir Charles, son of 
Sir Archy, that beat the noted Grey Eagle the two four-mile heat races run at Louis- 
ville, Ky., in 1839, the first one 7.48-7.44, the second one in 7.51-7.43. Grey Eagle 
won the first heat and broke down iu the second. Maria West was dam of Fanny 
(dam of Millwood and Lithgow by imp. Monarch) by American Eclipse, Trinket by 
Andrew, son of Sir Charles, Margaret Wood by imp. Priam, Childe Harold by imp. 
Sovereign and Nuncio by imp. Herald, sou of Plenipotentiary by Emilius. Millwood 
was the dam of Mill Creek and Charleston (a superior race-horse taken to 
England), by imp. Sovereign, Macon, Cougaree and Rosa Bonheur, by imp. Glencoe, 
the latter, Rosa Bonheur, the dam of Plantagenet, a fine race-horse by Planet. 
Margaret Wood built up a family of her own. She was the dam of Heraldry by 
imp. Herald, Wade Hampton by Boston, Star Davis by imp. Glencoe, Maria Wood, 
Allendale (in Canada), Capt. Travis, Yorktown, Mary Wood and Anna Travis, all by imp. 
Yorkshire, son of St. Nicholas by Emilius, and Georgia Wood by imp. Knight of St. 
George, son of Birdcatcher and Maltese by Hetman Platoft'. Heraldry was the dam of 
Margaret West, Balloon, Parachute, Ascension, Sailor and Godard, all by imp. Yorkshire, 
Petercumalinctum and Sally of the Valley by Au8terlitz,son of imp. Yorkshire and Topaz 
by Glencoe. Balloon was the dam of Revolver (a good race-horse and sire) by Revenue, 
son of imp. Trustee, The Banshee and True Blue by Lexington, Ballet by Planet, and 
Butt" and Blue by War Dance. The Banshee raced successfully and is the dam of 
Krnpp Gnu and others. Ballet is the dam of Balancer, Blue Grass Belle and Modesty 
(good racers) by War Dance, Thundercloud by imp. Thunderstorm, son of Thunder- 
bolt by Stockwell, Lady Longfellow, and Peg Wotfington by Longfellow, Maj. Richards 
and Katie H. by Ten Broeck. Buff aiul Blue is the dam of Badge (the dam of Logic, 
Minnie Elkins and O'Kelly), by Gilroy, Banner by Longfellow, Bonnie Blue by imp. 
Great Tom, Blue Stocking by Fellowcraft, Ban Cloche, Monita Hardy and Sister Ge- 
neva by im]). King Ban. Parachute had no chance in the stud, but was the dam of 
Parapluie (the dam of Windsail) by Kentucky. Georgia Wood was the dam of Ginger, 
Ella Wotteu, Una and Ginger Pop by War Dance, La Gitana by Uncle Vic, son of 
Lexington, and Maggie Woods by Endorser, son of Wagner. La Gitana is the dam of 
Modjeska and Zingara by Tom Bowling, Guitar by St. Martin, son of imp. Phaeton, 
and Geneva by War Dance. Geneva is the dam of the good race-horse Kiley by Long- 
fellow. Sir Archy was the sire of Industry, dam by Ball's Florizel. Industry was the 
sire of Atalanta, the dam of Boston, .Ir. (Cost Johnson), by Boston, and 2d Priam by 
imi>. Priam, whose names ajipear in many good pedigrees. Sir Archy got the celebrated 
Sally Hope, dam an imported mare, by Chance, out of Jemima by Phoeuomenou. ."^hc 
was the dam of Alice Riggs by imi(. Leviathan. Cicero by Sir Archy, dam by iiii]). 
Diomed, was the sire of the dam of tln^ famous TriUe by Sir Charles, and she the dam 
of Miss Peyton (Allendorf's dam), and Gloriana (the dam of Jack Malone and Pat 
Malloy by Lexington, good race-horses and valuable stallions), both by American 
Eclipse. Stockholder by Sir Archy, dam by imp. Citizen, was the sire of Betj;cy 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 19 

Malono, dam by Potomac, son of imp. Diomed, grandam by imp. Diomed. Betsey was 
the dam of tlie three sisters Sleeping Maggie, Jenny Lind and the famous Chaiiner 
by imp. Gleucoe. Charmer was one of the best race-mares of her day, particuhirly at 
long distances. She was the winner of the five heat race at fonr miles, run at Xew 
Orleans in 1851. Eigadoon won the first heat in 7.41, Louis d'Or the second in 7.39, 
the third was a dead heat between Charmer and Louis d'Or, in 7.47^. Charmer won 
the fourth heat i'i8.05i, and galloped over for the fifth heat. Charmer produced, by imp. 
Yorkshire, Maggie Mitchell, whose daughter Marian (by Malcolm, sou of imp. Bonnie 
Scotland and Lady Lancaster by imp. Monarch) is the dam of the grand race -horse 
Emperor of Norfolk and his brothers, all by Norfolk, the invincible sou of Lexington, 
and the crack Yo Tambieu (winner 1 1-16 miles 1.45}, fastest on record) by Joe Hooker. 
Stockholder was also sire of Miss Sheijherd (dam Miranda by Top Gallant, sou of 
Diomed), she the dam of Jliss Russell by Thornton's Rattler, that was the dam of Sally 
Russell by Boston. From Sally Russell, through her daughter Miss Russell, came the 
famous trotting-mare ilaud S., and many others. Sally Kirby by Stockholder, dam by 
Barksdale's Gray Diomed, son of imp. Diomed, was the dam of Princess Ann, Warlock, 
Black Satin (Ebony) and Souora Love, all by imp. Leviathan. Princess Ann was the 
dam of Elizabeth McNairy and Chancellor by imp. Ambassador, Cottage Girl and Au- 
gusta by imp. Aiuderby, sou of Velocipede by Blacklock. Cottage Girl, through her 
daughters Ninette by imp. Albion, and Ada Cheatham by Lexington, has given us a 
lot of superior race-horses, such as Planetarium aud her sons Font and Bob Fisher, 
by Fonso, Lida Stanhope by Waverly, etc. The name of Stockholder is found in 
many of the pedigrees of our best race-horses. Lady Burton by Sir Archy, dam Sultana 
by the imp. Barb Horse, out of the imp. Barb Mare, presented to President Jctfersou 
by the Bey of Tunis, was the dam of Couter Snapper by imp. Chance, Sidi Hamet by 
Virginian (son of Sir Archy), and Shylock by Shylock, sou of imp. Bedford, that was 
the grandam of the good race-mare Lilac by imp. Leviathan. Sir Archy was sire of 
Roauoke, Angelica and Last Chance (out of imp. Lady Bunbury by Trumpator, son of 
Conductor by Matchem), also of the noted race-horse Timoleon, dam by imp. Saltram, 
son of Eclipse, out of a daughter of Symme's Wildair, son of imp. Fearnought by Reg- 
ulus. Timoleon was the sire of the great race-horse Boston, dam si-ster to Tuekahoe 
by B.all's Florizel, sou of imp. Diomed, out of a daughter of imp. Alderman, son of 
Pot-S-o-'s by Eclipse. Boston has had no superior as a race-horse, and as a stallion was 
second to none that ever lived for his chances. It must be remembered that when he 
retired to the stud, racing and breeding had gone down to nothiug. Boston ran forty- 
five races, won forty, thirty of which were four-mile heats, nine three-mile heats and 
one two-mile heats. But for aif iuliruiity of temper he would have won some races 
that he lost. Boston was inbred to Diomed, his grandsire Sir Arcby, aud Florizel, the 
sire of his dam being both sons of imp. Diomed. Boston had met all the best horses of 
his day and beaten them all, until conquered by Fashion, first in a race at Camden, 
N. J., when she won in 7.42, 7.48. John Blonut won the first heat aud broke down in 
the second. This led to the match for §20,000 a side, run over the Union Course, L. 1., 
May 10th, 1842, Fashion winning in 7.324, 7.45, the fastest race run to that day. Bos- 
ton was then nine years old and had been in the stud. He was wonderfully success- 
ful iu the stud, a fact which tends much to weaken the opinion of Count Lehndorti', 
who says that no stallion, only two removes from a common ancestry, has ever been a 
succe.'^s in the stud. Boston got Rod Eye, a first-class race-horse, dam Lucy Long by 
imp. Priam, and Lexington, the best race-horse at all distances ever bred iu America, 
and the Emperor of stallions. Lexington won all his races but one, and was beaten 
in that one by Lecompte, son of Boston, by the error of Lexington's jockey iu iJuUiug 
up at the end of the third mile in the first heat. The time was 7.26, 7.38S. Lexington 
subse([ueutly won his match against Lecompte's time, 7.26, in 7.191, and beat Le- 
compte in 7.23J, Lecompte being drawn alter the first heat, two races unequalcd by 
one and the same horse iu the annals of the turf. Lexington's dam, Alice Carneal, 
was by imj). Sarpedon, son of Emilius, out of Rowena by Sumpter, son of Sir Archy. 
Lexington is the sire of the unbeaten Norfolk, dam Novice by Gleucoe, Asteroid, dam 
Nelpula by Gleucoe, Kentucky (one of the best race-horses ever bred iu America), (jilroy 



20 TlIK TlIOUOl'C.IIIiHKD HORSE. 

and Daniel Boone, dam Magnolia liy Gleucoe, Lightning, Loadstone, Thunder and 
Lancaster, dam Blue Bonnet by imp. Hedgeford, Beacon, Ruhieon, Bay Flower, 
Bayswater, Baywood, Bayonet, Niagara, Preakness, Bay Rose and Bay Final, dam 
Bay Leaf by imp. Yorkshire, son of St. Nicholas by Emilius, Sprightly (the dam of 
Volturno, Elias Lawrence, Avalon and Aretino), Crucifix (the dam of I'''airi)lay and 
Semper Felix (the latter the dam of Lconatus), Semper Felix is also da)u of Semper 
Vive by Waverly (she the dam of Fordham, Semper Idem, Longstreet's dam, Port- 
chester, etc.), St. Augustine and Latonia(dam of Sena and Lew Weir), etc.), Lexington 
also got Salina, dam of Salvator (who has the fastest mile on record ever run, l.SoJ), 
Nevada (the dam of Luke Blackburn, Ecuador, etc.), dam Lightsome by imp. Gleucoe, 
Minx, the dam of Minuock, Monitor, Mirtli (in England and dam of Bouthillier), 
Lotta C, etc., dam Mildred, sister to Lightsome by Glencoe ; Stamps, sister to Minx 
(dam of Katie Pearce), Bertha, Louisette, Preciosa, etc.; Maiden and her sister La 
Henderson, dam Kitty Clark by imp. Glencoe. Maiden was the dam of James A.. 
Parole, Powhattan (the promising sire). Perfection, Pappoose, and Partheuia. La 
Henderson is the dam of Ferida, who has the best four-mile heat, 7.23^, ever run by a 
mare, Aella, Plauetia, Virgiliau, etc. Lexington also got Susan Beaue, dam Sally 
Lewis by imp. Glencoe, slie the dam of Sti-atford, Sensation, Onondaga, Susquehanna, 
(Potomac's dam), Soubrette, etc.; Ulrica (dam imp. Emilia (Australian's dam) by 
Young Emilius), the dam of Megara (S'piuaway's dam), Memento and Ben Ali by 
Virgil; Regan (dam Lorette by imp. Sovereign, son of Emilias), the dam of Vigil, 
Vera Cruz, Jeunie B., Jennie D., Relay) etc.; Florence (dam imp. Weatherwitch by 
Weatherbit, son of Sheet Anchor by Lottery), the dam of the grand race-horse 
Hindoo, and his sister Florida, the dam of that most excellent race-mare, Firenzi, 
whose two races at 1^ miles in 2.33 and 2.33^ have never been equaled in the world; 
AValtz (dam of Hop, Glldelia, If miles in 3.01, Faraudole, Raquet, Kermesse, etc.), dam 
Schottische by imp. Albion, son of Cain or Actieon ; Susan Ann (dam of Thora (three 
miles in 5.25i, and the dam of the speedy Vorkville Belle), Henlopen, etc.), dam 
Roxana by imp. Chesterfield, sou of Priam ; Finework (dam of Elkhorn Lass, Port- 
land, etc.), dam imp. Filagree by Stockwell ; The Nun (sister to Norfolk and dam of 
Clara D.), Sister Auue (dam of Volante), dam Novice by Glencoe ; Mattie Gross (dam of 
Mate, Whisper, Grenada, etc.), out of Dick Doty's dam by American Eclipse; Arizona 
(dam of Aranza, Ameri(£no, Louise, etc.), out of imp. Zone by The Cure, son of Pliysi- 
cian ; Hira (dam of the good race-horse and successful sire, Himyar, Hegiaz, Hi Ban, 
Highfiight, etc.), out of Hegira by imp. Ambassador, son of Plenipotentiary ; Lady 
Motley (dam of Blazes, Lncifer, etc.), lier dam, Anna C, by Glencoe; Echo (dam of 
Report, Duplex, Echoless aud Naphtha (the grandamwf Dewdrop), etc.), out of Maria 
Innis by imp. Yorkshire; Item' (dam of Dan Sparling, Bob Woolley, Joe Rhodes, 
etc.), out of Katona by Voucher, sou of Wagner; Woodbine (dam of Bonnie Wood, 
Belle of the Meade, Boardman, etc.), out of sister to Compromise by Glencoe; Veritas 
(dam of Maxim, Lady Prewitt, Vera, etc.), out of Verona l)y imp. Yorkshire; Mary 
Martin (dam of Santa xVnita, Gano'sdam), out of Alice Jon(^s by imp. Glencoe ; Jury 
(sister to Susan Ann), dam of Verdict, Acquittal, etc ; Mazurka, dam of Tallulah (slio 
the dam of Bribery, Miss Ford's dam), Minnie Brown, Zoo Zoo, Gyptis, Maze, etc., 
out of Miss Morgan by imp. Yorkshire ; Nannie Butler, dam of Girl of the Period, 
Nannie Black (dam of Brown Princess and Princess Blandina), Nannie Bay (Temjde's 
dam), Vermont, etc., out of Tokay by imp. Yorkshire; Aerolite, dam of Spendthrift, 
Fcllowcraft (four miles, 7.1i)J), Miser, Rutherford, Jersey Belle, Platiua (dam of 
Drake Carter, 3 miles, 5.24, Fellowplay, Salile M., Bersan's dam, etc.), out of Florine 
by Glencoe, and Aerolite's own sister, Idlewihl (l miles in 7.2fii), dam of Wilclidle 
(4 miles, ~.'2'>), Fanchon, etc.; Annie Bnsli (dam of Bushwhacker, Diana, ^■irginia Bush, 
etc ), dam Banner by imp. Albion ; Tlio B.msliee (dam of Krupp Gun, Brigand Belle, 
Emnni ]•;., etc.), dam Balloon by imp. Yorksliiro ; Bculah (dam of Hilarity, Hoder, 
Hannibal, etc.), dam Eureka by Glencoe ; Blandina, dam of Cahush (Eolian's dam), 
Cliristina, S(!a Foam, etc., dam My Lady by (ilencoe; Carrie Atherton (dam of Janet 
Norton, Diike, Nettie Norton, etc.), out of (ilycera by imp. Sovereign : Coquette (dam 
<r Viola, N'ivicn, Vampire, etc.). out ol' Susan Harris Ijy Kcvcnne ; t'orilclia. dam of 



THE THOKOrCHBREI) HORSE. 21 

Cammie F. {History's dam), Invalid, North Elkborn, Glendalia (Woodcutter's dam), 
out of Kitturah by Brawiier's Eclipse ; Edeiiy, dam of Lottie Moon (Ida Jloon's dam), 
Eva tsherlcy, Saratoga, La Favorita (Ballarat's dam), out of Sally Polk by imp. Am- 
bassador ; Emily Peyton (dam of Lady Peyton, Bessie Peyton, Fannie Peyton, etc. ), out 
of Sally Roper by imp. Albion ; Evadne, dam of Bandana (dam of Banner Bearer, Napa, 
etc.), Bulwark, Evasive, Tennyson, etc., out of Volga by Gleucoe ; Geneva, dam of 
Silvio, Greystone, Bijou (dam of Mag, Sea Fog and Drizzle's dam, etc.), out ofGrisette 
by Gleucoe ; Glenrose (dam of Glendora, Glendew (Guenn's dam), Restless, etc.), out 
of Sally Lewis by Glencoe ; Grecian Bend (dam of Modiste, Grecian Maid, La Belle 
Helene, etc.), out of Miriam by Glencoe ; Hester, dam of Springl)ok (fastest 2i miles, 
3.56^), Galauthis, Aspinwall, etc., out of Heads I Say by Glencoe ; Impudence, dam of 
Hindoostau, Wamba, Insolence, Sweetbriar (the dam of Dr. Helmuth, Dr. Hasljrouck, 
etc.), out of Magnetta by Mahomet ; India (dam of Cathcart, Calcutta, Gallifet, etc.), 
dam Miss Morgan by Yorkshire ; luvermore (dam of Ganley, luverwick, etc.), out of 
imp. Invercauld by St. Albans ; Lady Wallenstein, dam of Wallenstein (a successful 
racer in England), Witch, etc., out of Louisa by Yorkshire ; La Polka (dam of Post 
Gn.ard, Strathspey, La Esmeralda, Heel .and Toe, Los Angeles, etc.), out of Dance by 
Glencoe; Letola (dam of Unrest, L^tility, Cayuga, etc.), out of Capitola by Vandal; 
Lida, dam of Enquirer (one of the best sons of Leamington), Analysis, Oceauica, The 
.Squaw, etc., out of Lize by American Eclipse; Lilly Duke (dam of Water Lily, Lizzie 
Dwyer, Red Dress, etc.), out of Lilla by Yorkshire ; Madame Dudley, dam of Judith, 
Belinda, VirgieD. (Hueueme'sdam), Vintage, Santa Rita, etc., out of imp. Britannia IV 
by The Flying Dutchman ; Majestic, sister to Kingfisher, dam of the superior race-horse 
Euru.s, out of imp. Elthain Lass by Kingston, and Sabina, full sister to Majestic, and dam 
of The Widow, Ocean, Rnchiel, Chief Justice, etc.; Marguerite, sister to Blaudiua, dam 
of Prude, Katie Creel (Kenwood's dam), Azalia, Macola, etc.; Mary Clark, dam of Spark, 
Pure Rye, Grey Dawn, etc., out of Eagless by Glencoe ; Minnie Minor, dam of Warwick, 
Minority, John Ledford, Wanda, Wiufred, etc., out of Julia by Glencoe ; Miss Bassett, 
sister to Harry Bassett, dam of Ernest, Masher, Plasir, etc., out of Canary Bird l)y Albion; 
Mollie Cad, dam of Maj. Pickett, Dolly Cad, Vallisea, etc., out of imp. Weatherwitch 
by Weatherbit ; Mollie Wood, dam of Golden Gate, Altaire, Woodlark, Gascon, etc., 
out of Hymeuia by Yorkshire; Mundane, dam of Sunbeam, Lounger, Tonawanda, 
Blue Wing, The Teal, Blue Garter, etc., out of Sally Bowen by imp. Hootou ; Queen 
Victoria, sister to Duke of Magenta, dam of Queen's Own, Infanta, Jennie Treacy, 
Powhattan Queen, etc.; Quickstep, sister to Waltz, dam of False-Step, Fernwood, 
Alfaretta, Quickmarch, etc.; Revolt, dam of Regicide, Renegade, Misrule, etc., out 
of Sue Washington by Revenue, son of iniji. Trustee; Sallie (dam of Solicitor, 
Nathan Oaks, Experience Oaks, Red Coat, Glenclla, etc.), out of Sallie liy Buford, son 
of imp. Nonplus by Cattou ; .Sarong (dam of Aristides, Eliza Adams, Wissahickon, 
Daisey Hoey, Petersborough etc.), out of Greek Slave by Gleucoe; Springbrook, 
dam of Silent Friend, Full Cry (Checkmate's dam), Verbena (dam of Phil Lee and 
Jlichael), etc., out of Eiunckfaw. by Mambriiio, son of American Eclipse ; Squeeze'em, 
dam of Day Star, Sylph (dam of La Sylphide, Kaloolah, Kincsem, etc.), Palmetto, 
Helena, etc., out of Skedaddle by Yorkshire; Sultana (dam of .Soud.an, She, Padisha, 
etc.), out of Mildred by Glencoe; Ultima, dam of Aurora Raby (dam of Bill Bruce 
and Charley Gorham), Nuisance, Sunrise, Sonora, Ultimatum, etc., out of Itillaby 
imp. Margrave, sou of Muley ; Zejihyr (sister to .\rizoua), dam of Berlin, Westwind, 
Tyjihoou, Zetetic, etc., out of imp. Zone by The Cure. Amongst the horses of 
Lexington's get who have done well in the stud and on the turf, we can mention Nor- 
folk, never beaten, 3 miles in 5.27i-5.29i, and a successful stallion ; Asteroid, never 
beaten, and sire of a number of brood-ra.ares, successful producers, including Mattie W. 
(dam of Jim Maloiie, four miles in 7.2!)i), Elemi, Emeti, Flutter, Lass of Ayr, Lerua, 
Luna, Modiste. Susan Queen, Waterwitch, eti-. ; Kentucky, sire of Bertram, Beatrice 
^15clloua'8 dam). Woodbine (dam of Foresterj, The Baroness (Badge's dam), The 
Countess, Nina, Freebooter; Vauxhall .and Foster, both good race-horses, the former 
sire of Viator, Clovcrbrook, Odeii, etc.; Concord, sire of Galway, Picolo, etc.; Lever, 
sire of Leveler, Essillah, La Gloria. Petrel, Mahlstock, Sweetheart etc.; Uucas and 



22 THE THOEOL'GHBEED HORSE. 

Wauderer, brothers, both j;oo(l race-horses and stallions ; Jack Malone and Pat Mal- 
loy, good race-horses and sires ; Lightning (sire of Janet, four miles 7.25), a superior 
race-horse; Kiugtisher, sire of a number of good ones in the Nursery stud, including 
Fillette (dam of Fides), Magnetism (dam of Magnetizer), etc.; Harry Bassett, Mer- 
rill, Marion, Ansel, Optimist (sire in France of Mars, a popular stallion, and sire of 
Jongleur); Preakness, a good sire in England ; Chesapeake, Colton, sire of Monday, etc., 
and many others. 

The Herod line is stronger in numbers than the Matchem, but not so numerous 
as those of the Eclipse line. The best now alive in England are Balfe, a good race- 
horse by Plaudit, son of Thornianby, dam Hohemia by Weatherbit, son of Slieet Anchor 
by Lottery. Bird of Freedom (winner of the Ascot Gold Vase, City and [Suburban 
Handicap and other good races), by Thuriugian Prince, son ofThormauby, dam Vitula 
by Arthur Wellesley, son of Melbourne. Bruce (winner of the Grand Prize of Paris), 
by See Saw, son of Buccaneer by Wild Dayrell, dam Carine by Stockwell. Atlantic 
(winner of the 2,000 Guineas), by Thormanby, dam of Hurricane by Wild Dayrell. 
Charibert (winner of the 2,000 Guineas), by Thormanby, dam Gertrude by Saunterer, 
son of Birdcatcher. Macaroon by Macaroni, dam Margery Daw by Brocket, son of 
Melbourne. Macheath by Macaroni, dam Heather Bell by Stockwell. Maegregor 
(winner of the 2,000 Guineas) by Macaroni, dam Necklace by The Fallow Bnck. Mask, 
a great sire, by Carnival, son of Sweetmeat, dam Meteor by Thunderbolt, son of Stock- 
well. Kisber (winner of the Derby and Grand Prize of Paris) by Buccaneer, dam Min- 
eral by Rataplan. Ossian (winner of the St. Leger) by Salvator, dam Music by Stock- 
well. Sir Bevys (winner of the Derby) by Favonius, dam Lady Laugdeu by Kettle- 
drum. Salvator (winner of tlie French Derby and Grand Prize of Paris) by Dollar, 
son of Flying Dutchman, dam Sauvagine by Ion. Saxifrage by Vertugadin, son of 
Fitz Gladiator, dam Slapdash by Anuaudale. Perjilexe (winner of the French St, 
Leger) by Vermouth, son of The Nabob, dam Perijietie by Sting, the last three bred in 
France. In America we are very strong in the line to Herod,. through the sons of 
Lexington and male descendents of imj). Glencoe. The brothers Uncas and Wanderer, 
both good race-horses by Lexington, dam Coral by Vandal, sou of Glencoe. Tom 
Ochiltree, sire of Major Domo and a superior race-horse by Lexington, dam Katoua by 
Voucher, son of Wagner. Vauxhall, a good race-horse by Lexington, dam Verona by 
imp. Yorkshire. Duke of Magenta, a superior racer, by Lexington, dam Magenta by 
imp. Yorkshire. Monday by Colton, son of Lexington, dam Mollie Jackson by \'andal, 
Bishoj) by Shannon, son of Monday, dam Bettie Bishop by imp. Buckden. Argyle by 
Monday, dam Cuba by imp. Australian. Joe Hooker by Monday, dam Mayflower by 
imp. Eclijise. Day Star by .Star Davis, son of imp. Glencoe, dam Squeez'em by Lex- 
ington. Hindoo, a grand race-horse by Virgil, son of Vandal, dam Florence by Lexing- 
ton. Hanover, a superior race-horse, by Hindoo, dam Bourbon Belle by imp. Bonnie 
Scotland. Vocalic by Virgil, dam Acoustic by imp. Australian. Ventilator by Vandal, 
dam Carolin by imp. Scythian. Tremont by Virgil, dam Ann Fief liy Alarm, was 
never beaten and is promising well as a sire. Vanderbilt by Vandal, dam Melrose by 
Childe Harold, son of imp. Sovereign. Vagabond l)y Vandal, dam Gem by Childe 
Harold. Vigil by Virgil, dam Regan by Lexington. Portland by V^irgil, dam Fine- 
work by Lexington. Isaac Murphy by Virgil, dam Mary Howard by imp. H.arting- 
ton. Imported Mortemer by Compiegne, son of Fitz Gladiator, dam Comtesso by The 
Baron or Nuncio. Mortemer won the Gold Cup at Ascot, and his sons are Exile, a super- 
ior race-horse, dam imp. Second Hand by Stockwell ; Politico, a good race-horse, dam 
imp. Agenoria by Adventurer ; Cholula, a good racer, dam Fanny Ludlow by imp. 
Eclipse, son of Orlanilo ; Cyclops, dam Lizzie Lucas by imp. Australian ; Wilfred, 
<lam Minnie Minor by Lexington ; Heiindel, dam Vandalito by Vandal. Imp. Maca- 
roon by Macaroni, dam .Songstress by Chanticleer, son of Birdcatcher. Imp. Moccasin 
by Macaroni, dam Madame Strauss by King Tom. Imp. Woodlands by Nutliourne, 
son of The Naliob, dam Whitcface by Turnus. The imported brothers Sir Modred and 
Cheviot by Traducer, son of The Libel, dam Idalia by Cambuscan. Griiistead by 
Gilroy, son of Lexington, dam Sister to Ruric by imp. Sovereign. Gano by Grinstead, 
dam Santa Anit.-i by Virgil. Flood by Norfolk, dam Ilcnnic Farrow by imj). Shamrock. 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 23 

Emperor of Niirt'olk ami his ln-otln'r by Xori'olk, dam Mariau liy Malcolm, son of imp. 
Bonnie Scotlaiul. 

King William, throui;h Mr. Marshall, imported the White Barb C'hillaby, together 
■with the Barb mare Sliigey or .Salugy (which means greyhound), in foal to the White 
Barb. .She produced a colt which was named Greyhound, and it is through this 
horse Greyhound that the blood was valuable. He was the sire of Othello (Duke of 
Wharton's), Goliali, Sampson and his sisters out of a Curwen Barb mare, Kake and 
his sister out of Mr. Croft's Pet mare by Wastell's Turk, Desdemoua out of Chestnut 
Thornton by Makeless. The Greyhound mare (sister to Sampson and Goliah) was 
the dam of Lady Thigh (Grisewood's), Meynell, Craven, Pomiiey and Jeuuy Spinner 
by Croft's Partner, Cloudy and Sally by Forester. Greyhound also got Y. Grey- 
hound, Guy and his sister, out of Brown Farewell by Makeless. The sister to Rake 
was the dam of Barforth and his sister by Croft's Partner. Grisewood's Lady Thigh 
was the dam of imported Duchess by C'ullen Arabian, and Miss Thigh by Rib, she 
the dam of Selim Ijy Bajazet, and the Cullen Arabian mare (sister to imp. Duchess) 
that was the dam of Principessa by Blank, she the dam of Heine! by Squirrel. Heiuel's 
daughter by Woodpecker was the dam of Cobbea by Skyscraper [she the grandam 
of Cadlaud (Derby winner, 1828), by Andrew] and of Mrs. Barnet by Waxy, the dam 
of Filho-da-Puta, St. Leger winner, 1815. Another full sister to Duchess had a filly 
by Snap, son of Snip, that was the dam of Conductor, Alfred, Georgiana, Dictator, 
.Scorpiou, Eycbright and Laurestiuus, all by Matcheni. Georgiana was the dam of 
Lady Harriet by Mark Anthony, Grouse by Hightlyer, Speculator and Moorcock, brother 
to Grouse. Eyebright was the dam of Jemima by Phumomeuon, that was the dam of 
the Chance mare, imported into Virginia, that was the dam of Sally Hoi)e by Sir 
Archy. The sister to Guy by Greyhound was the dam of Bay Bloody Buttocks and 
Grey Bloody Buttocks by Bloody Buttocks Arabian (which was a grey Arabian with 
;i red mark on his hip). Little Partner (sister to Vane's Little Partner, which was the 
graudam of the imp. Cub mare). Young Partner and Red Rose by Old Partner. Bay 
Bloody Buttocks was the dam of Spinster (the Widdrington mare) by Old Partner, 
son of Jigg. Si>inster (the Widdrington mare) was the dam of Spinster and 
Shepherd's Crab by Crab, son of the Alcock Arabian, Lofty by Godolphiu Arabian, 
Golden Grove by Blank, etc. Golden Grove was the dam of Petworth (Gaudy) by 
Herod, and she the dam of Quiz by Tandem, Bounty by Mercury, and Rosina by 
Woodpecker, the latter the dam of Hermes by Mercury, sou of Eclipse. Hermes was 
the sire of Gibside Fairy, the dam of Emma and Maria by Whisker. Emma was the 
dam of imp. Trustee and his brother Mundig (winner of the Derby, 183.5), by Cattou, 
The Ladye of Silverkeld Well by Velocipede, Cotherstone (winner of the Derby, 1843) 
and Mowerina (West Australian's dam) by Touchstone. Maria was the dam of 
Euclid, Laura, Equation, Example and Eclijjsis by Emilius. Grey Bloody Buttocks 
ran under the name of Dairymaid, and was the dam of Parker's Lady Thigh by 
Partner, son of Jigg, Cornforth's Forester by Forester, Smallbones and Squirrel by 
Traveler, son of Partner. Young Greyhouud got the dam of Engineer and Minor, out 
of a daughter of the Curwen Bay Barb. Engineer was the sire of Mambriuo, out of a 
daughter of Cade by the Godolphiu Arabian. Mambrino was the sire of imp. 
Messenger, out of a daughter of Turf liy Matchem, and imp. Mambrina, out of Naylor's 
Sally by Blank, sou of the Godolphiu Arabian. Mambriua was the dam of Gallatin, 
Fairy and Eliza, all by imp. Bedford, and Eliza was the dam of the great race-horse 
and stallion Bertrand, and Pacific by Sir Archy liy imp. Diomed. A sister to Engi- 
neer by Young Greyhouud produced a filly by Blaze, son of Flying Childers, that 
was the dam of Sappho, Semele and Seraphina by Blank. Sappho was the dam of 
Sophonisba by Squirrel and Madcap by Eclipse. Madcap's daughter. Caprice, by 
Anvil, sou of Herod, produced Florauthe by Octavian sou of Stripling bj- 
PhoMiomcnoii by Herod. Florauthe was the dam of Economist by Whisker. 
Economist was the sire of the wonderful race-horse Harkaway, out of Fanny Dawson 
by Xabocklish. Harkaway got King Tom out of Pocahontas by imp. Glencoe, and 
King Tom got imp. King Ernest out of Eruestine by Touchstone, imp. King Ban 
out of Atlantis by Thormauby. imp. Pliaeton out of Merry Sunshine by .Stirm, .son 



24 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

of Touchstone, imp. Great Tom out of AVooclcraft Ijy Voltigeur. These horses- 
proved big successes in America, and their daughters are doing equally well in 
the stud. 

The .-Vkaster Turk was brought to England about the year 1700. l)y whom the au- 
thorities do not state. He was the sire of Chaunter, and a full sister, which was the 
dam of the famous Roxana (the dam of Lath and Cade), and Silverlocks by The 
Bald Galloway, Terror and Mr. Thwaite's Duu Mare (the dam of Mr. Beaver's 
Driver). Akaster Turk was also the sire of the dam of William's Squirrel and his 
full brother, Smith's son of Mr Lister's Snake. Silverlocks was owned by Mr. Coke 
and was the dam of Lord Portmore's Silvertail and Lord Godolphin's Buft'coat by 
the Godolphin Arabian, who was imported into Virginia, and died thei'e in 1757. 
There was also an own sister to Ro.Kana and Silverlocks, which was the dam of Mr. 
Panton's Cato by Partner, and a sister to Cato was the dam of the Foxhuuter mare 
that produced Molly-long-legs by Babraham. This sister to Cato by Partner was 
also the dam of imp. Silver (Sylva) by the Belsize Arabian, which was imported into 
America and was the dam of Sally Painter by Evan's imp. Stirling, also son of the 
Belsize Arabian, Babraham and a full sister by imp. Fearnought, and Cirenadiir by 
True Briton. Sally Painter was the dam of Diana by Clodius, sou of imp. .Tauus. 
Diana was the dam of Minerva by imj). Obscurity, son of Eclipse. Minerva was the 
dam of Camilla by Symme's Wildair, she the dam of Priestly by Chanticleer, son of 
imp. Wildair. Diana was also the dam of Kosetta by imp. Centinel, son of Blank 
bj- the Godolphin Arabian. Rosetta was the dam of Narcissa by imp. Shark, which 
produced Meretrix by Magog, son of Chanticleer, which gave us Director and Vir- 
ginian, brothers by Sir Archy, son of imp. Diomed, good race-horses and stallions. 
Julietta by imp. Dare Devil, son of Magnet by Herod, out of Rosetta, was the dam 
of Nell Saunders and sister by Wilke's Wonder, son of imp. Diomed. From Nell Saun- 
ders, and her daughter by Pacolet, son of imp. Citizen by Pacolet, sou of Blank, 
bred to Stockholder, son of Sir Archy, dam by imp. Citizen, came the dam of Com- 
promise the great gelding, and Miss Pattie by imp. Gleucoe, Martha Dunn and 
Invincible by imp. Sovereign, and Laura (the dam of Harry of the West, Lilly Ward 
and Fanny Cheatham, all superior racers and by Lexington. Miss Pattie was the 
dam of Woodbiue by Lexington and Jessamine by Brown Dick (she the daui of 
Barnton and others), Madeira by John Morgan, Belle of the Meade, Bounie Wood 
and Boardman by Bonnie Scotland. Patty Puff by Pacolet, tracing through Rosy 
Clack (dam of Tennessee Oscar by Wilke's Wonder), by imp. Saltram, son of Eclipse, 
to Diana, was the dam of Tennessee Citizen, Byron, Maria Shelby by Old Stock- 
holder, son of Sir Archy, and the three sisters Angora, Celerity and Velocity, by imp. 
Leviathan, son of Muley by Orville, good racers. To Celerity trace many good 
race-horses, such as Ann Percy, the dam of Goldring (Bullion's dam) by Ringgold, 
son of Boston. Martha AVashingtou, Bill Deering (Gamble). Martha Dunn by imp. 
Sovereign son of Emilius Ijy Orville, produced Lulu Horton by imp. .\lbiou, sou of 
Cain or Acta^on, that was the dam of Spartan, Kildare, Pequot, Lute and Killarney 
by Lexington. Lute was the dam of Virginias by Virgil, a good race-horse, and 
Glenluine by imp. Glenolg, the latter the dam of Windrush, a superior race-horse, by 
King Alfonso, Patrimony (the dam of the good but unfortunate Lisimony) by Pat 
Malloy, Troubadour, the grand race-horse by Lisbon, son of imp. Phaeton by King 
Tom, that beat The Bard, in the Ocean Stakes, IJ miles, 1.56J^, and Monmouth Cup, 
1} miles in 3.04, and also won the Suburban Handicap in 18!<6. Lulu Horton was 
also the dam of Amy Farley by Planet, she the dam of Titania (dam of Charity by 
Lover, and Lina by King Alfonso) by L<'xiugtou, Mattio Amelia by King Alfonso, 
Pathfinder, Terese and Blue Grass, a jiromiuent winner iu England, by Pat Malloy. 

The .Selaby Turk (called also the Marshall Turk) was brought to Eughnul by Mr. 
Marshall, brother to the King's Master of tlie Stud, iu King William's reign. He was 
the sire of Mr. Curwen's Old Si)ot, sire of the dam of Mixbury and brother to Mixbury 
(Chedworth's), the latter the sire of Little Bowes (the dam of Mab by Hobg()l)Iin, 
Kegulus Mixbury and Medusa, dam of Weazle by Regulus, Sophia by Blank, and 
Young liowes, the dam of Chedworth's Snap, by Dormouse). The Selaby Turk wa.s- 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 25 

also the sire of the grandaiu of Mr. Croft's Partner, sire of Tartar and graudsiro of 
King Herod. He also got the dam of Old AVyudham by Hautlioy, the graudam of 
Soreheels by Basto, Sloven by Bay Bolton, and Fearnought by Bay Bolton. The Selaby 
Turk was the sire of the Coppin mare, frequently confounded with the Coffin mare (a 
mare so called from being concealed in a cellar in Frenchman street, at the time of the 
Restoration). The Coppin mare's dam was by Place's White Turk. To a daughter of 
the Coppin mare by Commoner, son of Place's White Turk, traces in a direct female 
line Imperator by Conductor, Royalist by Sal tram (Derby winner, 1783), both imported 
to America, Actseon by Scud, Emilius (Derby winner, 1823) by Orville, Dalesman by 
King Tom, Barbillon (French) by Pretty Boy, son of Idle Boy by Harkaway, War- 
minster (imported) by Xewmiuster, imp. Saxon by Beadsman, imiJ. Camilla by King 
Tom, the dam of Carolin, Victoria and Medora by Kentucky, Carina (dam of St. Carlo) 
by Kinglisher, Carita (the dam of King Crab, St. Charles, etc.) by 111 Used, and her 
sister Clara, the dam of Clarendon, Chatham, etc., imj). Queen Maud by Macaroni, 
the dam of Queen of the May, Hawkstone, Stoney Montgomery, etc. The Selaby Turk 
was also sire of the maie, dam by Bustler, grandam by Place's White Turk, out of a 
daughter of Dodswortii, a natural Barb. This mare was the dam of Windham (Wyud- 
ham) by Hautboy. Wyndham was the sire of Miss Wyndham, out of a daughter of 
Belgrade Turk, who was taken at the siege of Belgrade in Turkey from the Bashaw of 
that place, and sold by the Minister of Prince Lorraine in London to Sir M. Wyvill's. 
He was the sire of Young Belgra<le and of the dam of Miss Wyndham by Wyndham, 
who produced a mare by Brother to Bolton Fearnought, that was the dam of Beau- 
fremont by Tartar, and the Cade mare that was the damof Lardella by Young Marske, 
to which traces imp. Frolicksome Fanny (the dam of Tom Corwin by imp. Emaneipa 
tion, Miss Margrave by imp. Margrave, and Isina by Boston) by Lottery. Nina was 
a superior race-mare and a grand brood-mare, dam of Planet (a suiierior race-horse). 
Exchequer, Ninette (dam of Diavolo and Grace Darling by Jonesboro'), Orion by 
Revenue, Conductor by Engineer, Oriana by Deucalion, sou of Revenue, Ripley by 
Jeff Davis, Eugenia (dam of Euterpe, Eunice and Eusebia by Vauxhall, sou of Lexing- 
ton, and Eula B. by Dickens,) by Eugene, son of Revenue, Ecliptic, the dam of Sun- 
beam (Coustantina and Winston's dam) by imp. Leamington, Baby and North Anna 
by imp. Strachino, sou of Parmesan, Catalpa and Virgo by Abd-el-Kader (son of imp. 
Australian,) by imp. Eclipse, Algerine, winner of the Belmont stakes, and his sister 
Algeria by Abd-el-Kader. Algerine is now in the Algeria stud, Erie, Pennsylvania. 

The St. Victor Barb was sent to England by Monsieur St. Victor, of France. He 
was the sire of the celebrated Bald Galloway, his dam Grey Whynot by Old Whynot (sou 
of the Feuwick Barb), grandam a Royal mare. The Bald Galloway was sire of Buck- 
hunter (afterwards the Carlisle gelding) and Old Lady, a sister to Buckhunter, Lord 
Portmore's Snake and Daffodil, Grey Robinson, out of sister to Old Country AVeuch 
by Snake. Grey Robinson was the dam of the famous Regulus by the Godolphin Ara- 
bian. Roxana by The Bald Galloway, dam sister to Chaunter by the Akaster Turk, 
was the dam of Lath and Cade, by the Godolphin Arabian, and to her the Godolphin 
owes his success in the stud and his immortality, Roxana was also the dam of 
Roundhead by Flying Childers. Silverlocks, sister to Roxana, was the dam of Buff- 
coat by the Godolphin Arabian imported into Virginia. The sister to Regulus, out 
of Grey Robinson, was the dam of Polly by Blank, Coquette (the dam of Camilla, 
Glider, Driver, Darter and Cocker by Trenthani) by the C'ompton Barb, imp. Emilia 
by Young Eniilius (dam of imp. Australian and Ulrica), out of Persian by Whisker, 
imp. Rosaliud by Barnton, dam sister to Bay Rosalind by Orlando, imi). Adriaua by 
Blinkhoolie, dam Essence by St. Albans, imp. Santa Lucia (the dam of Aurelia, Torso, 
etc.) by Lord Lyon, dam Lady Margaret by Honiton, imp. Star Actress by Siderolite, 
dam The Tinted Venus by Macaroni, all trace through Coquette by The Comptou Barb 
and sister to Regulus to Grey Robinson. Tlie tilly by Snap, son of Snip, out <if the 
sister to Regulus, in 177.5, jiroduced in Ireland, Heroine by Hero, son of Cade. Heroine, 
in 1781, produced Tom Turf by Lennox, son of Bustard by Crab, and Y'oung Heroine, 
the great grandam of Birdcatcher by Bagot, son of Herod. Another sister to Roxana 
produced Cato by Partner, and his sister that was the dam of imp. Silver (Sylva) by 



■26 THE THOEOUGHBEED HORSE. 

Belsize Arabian. St. Victor Barb -was also sire of Cupid, own brother to Bald Gal- 
low.ay, and his sister Points, out of Grey Whynot by Old Whynot, out of a Royal 
mare. In 1715 Points foaled the filly Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstoclc Arabian. 
Flying Wliigg was the dam of the Large Hartley mare by Mr. Hartley's Blind-Horse, 
sou of the Holderuess Turk, Little Hartley mare by Bartlet'sChilders, and three fillies 
by Hip, sou of the Curwen Bay Barb. The Large Hartley mare was the dam of imp. 
Selima by The Godolphiu Arabian, and her brothers Babraham, Mogul and Marl- 
borough, sent to Ireland, also a roan filly by Hip. It is to this latter Hip mare that 
mauy of our best importations trace their origiu, including imp. Maud by Stockwell, 
the dam of Maudina (the dam of Galway, Piccolo, Klizabeth, Cloverbrook, Odeu, 
Minerva, Empress, Maumee, Marauder, etc..) by imp. Australian, Attraction (the dam 
of Magnetism, Magnetizer's dam) by imp. Balrownie, Alarm by imp. Eclipse, one of the 
best and .speediest horses of his day and a successful stallion. To this Hip mare also 
traces imp. Jenny Mills by Whisker. She was the dam of Ambassador, imported in 
utero. by English Plenipotentiary, a good stallion, Liatunah and Sewanee, good racers, 
by imp. Ainderby, son of Velocipede. To the same identical source traces also imp. 
Buttercui) by The Primate, son of St. Albans by Stockwell, her dam Buttercrambe by 
Ben Webster, son of Barnton, brother to Voltigeur. She is the dam of a number of 
winners. The Little Hartley mare was the dam of Janus, Blank and Old England by 
the Godolphin Arabian, and Miss Meredith by Cade, son of the Godolphin Arabian. 
To Miss Mei'edith trace imp. Boaster, foaled in 179.5, by Dungannon, son of E(li|ise, 
imp. Driver, foaled in 1806, by Driver, sou of Trenthara, and Gabriel, foaled in 17;iO, by 
Dorimaut, sou of Otlm by Moses. These lior.ses are found in many of our best racing 
liedigrees. 

The Oglethorpe Arabian was the property of Sir Thomas Oglethorpe of Scot- 
land. Little is known of his history. He was the sire of Makeless, whose dam was 
Trumpet's clam by Place's White Turk, second dam by Dodsworth, out of the Layton 
Barb ilare. Makeless was not only a distinguished race-horse in his day, but was 
greatly esteemed as a stallion, being the sire of Sir Ralph Milbank's famous Black 
mare, the dam of Hartley's Blind Horse Tiy the Holderuess Turk, and Gipsy by King 
William's Black No-tongued Barb. Fmni the latter in direct female line descend Sit- 
Arehy (the Godolphin Arabian of America), Highland Marj', Hephestion, Castania, 
A'irgo, \oli-me-Tangere, etc. Makeless was also the sire of Sir M. Piersou's Make- 
less umre, dam by Brimmer, gran dam by D'Arcy's Diamond (son of the Helmsley 
Turk), out of an own sister to Old Merlin by Bustler. This Makeless mare was the 
dam of Bay Bolton (Brown Lusty), and a sister to Bay Bolton by Grey Hautl]oy. 
Bay Lusty and Lamprie by the same stallion, and the Lnggs mare by the Darlcy 
Arabian. It is from this sister to Bay Bolton that Dr. Syntax and Little Red Rover 
desceuil in direct female line. The Oglethorpe Arabian was also sire of Bold Framp- 
ton. The Blind Horse was bred by Leonard Hartley, Esij., near Richmond, Voik- 
shire. He was sire of Miss Neasham and the Largo Hartley mare, she the dam of liabra- 
ham, Mogul, Marlborough and Selima, all by the Godolphin Arabian. Selima was 
imported into the United States and founded a distinguished family of race-horses. 
Makeless was the sire of Old Scarborough mare, dam by Brimmer, and she was tlie 
dam of Scarborough Colt by Tifter, a filly by Belgrade Turk which was the dam of 
Miss Wynilhara by Wyudham, and a filly by Bay Bolton that was the dam of Young 
Belgrade by Belgrade Turk. Miss Wyudham was the dam of Beaufremout by Tartar, 
and Mr. Mutton's mare by Cade, she the dam of Lardella by Young Marske, from 
whence in direct fenuilo line descend Comus by Sorcerer, Slane by Royal Oak, Y'oung 
Melbourne by Melbourne, North Lincoln by Pylades, son of Surplice, and Seftou by 
Speculum. Makeless was also the sire of Bay Farewell and Brown Farewell, the 
latter the dam of Guy, Young Greyhound and full sister to these two by Greyhound. 
This latter mare was the <lam of Bay JSloody Buttocks, Grey Bloody Buttocks (Dairy- 
maid) by Bloody Buttocks, Little Partner, Y'oung Partner and Red Rose by Croft's 
Partner. Makeless was also sire of Bay and Chestnut Thornton, <lam Old Tlioruton 
by Brimmer, grandam by Dicky Pierson (son of Dodsworth), out of the Burton B.irb 
mare, a Xatui-al Barb mare of Mr. Burton's. It is from this Burton Barb marc that 



THE THOEOUGHEEED HOESE. 27 

<lesceu(l ill a direct female line the following horses : The Ancaster Starling, Miiugo 
by Sampson, Waverley Ijy Whalebone, l^afegnard, Whiskey, Selim, Camillus, Ardros- 
sau, Castrel, Rubens, Catton, Whiteloek. Blacklock, Bobadil, Sir Hercules, Irish 
Drone, Don John, Hetmaii Platoff, Harkaway, Womersley, Creinorue, Voltigeur, Sur- 
plice; Cowl. Ithuriel, King of Trumps (by Velocipede), Teddiugton, The Marquis 
(by Stoekwell), St. Albans. Lord Clifden, Skirmisher. Lecturer, L'amballo. Mart.vrdom, 
Mask, Pell Mell, Carnelion, Thurio, Umpire ( by King Tom ), Althotas, Brag, 
Sheen, etc. 

The following imported horses are also descendants in the female lino from the 
same mare: Abjer, Aiuderby, Billet, Brilliant, Chance, Claret, Clifden, Contract, 
Dion, Eagle, Spread Eagle (winner of the Derby), Gouty, Grauby, Harkforward, 
Hurrah, Jolly Koger, Laugfoid, Margrave (winner of St. Leger), Don John (winner 
of St. Leger), Merry Tom, Nonplus, North Star, Pantaloon (by Herod), Phcenomeuou 
(winner of St. Leger), Restless, Skylark, St. George, The Tester, Thunderstorm, 
Yorkshire, and Waverly (b.y imp. Australian), bred in Kentucky. 

The Darley Arabian was the projierty of Mr. Darley, of Bnttercramb, near York, 
England, to whom he was presented by his brother, residing abroad. He was a 
Beilouin horse of the family called Keheilan-Rasel-Fedawl, imported in the latter 
end of Queen Anne's reign, about 1702. He was the sire of Almanzor (his dam the 
dam of Terror by Akaster Turk, and Graham's Champion by Harpur's Arabian, 
Aleppo, Whitelegs and Smockface, full brothers to Almanzor), Brisk, out of Coueyskins' 
dam by Jigg, and Cupid, both good horses, Da-daliis, a Heet horse, Skipjack, Manica, 
iiu]). BuUe Rock, Dart, Whistlejacket, good plate horses, and Whirasey and Kitt.v Bur- 
dett, out of the Young Child mare, good plate mares and producers. The great reputation 
of the Darley Arabian comes fi'om his son Plying Childers (commonly called Childers), 
and his full brother, Bartlett's Childers, who was at first called Bleeding Childers, 
from his frequently bleeding from the nose. Flying Childers, foaled in 1715, was by 
the Darley Arabian, dam Betty Leedes by Old Careless, son of Spanker, and a Barb 
mare, second dam sister to Leedes by Leede's Arabian, third dam by Spanker, fourth 
dam Old Morocco mare (Old Peg, Spanker's own dam) by Morocco Barlj, fifth dam, old 
Bald Peg by an Arabian out of a Barb mare. Childers started against the best 
horses of his time and was never beaten. In the year 1721 it is said that Childers ran 
a trial ag'ainst Almanzor and Brown Betty, carrying 128 lbs., over the Round Course 
at Newmarket, 3 miles, 6 furlongs and 93 yards, in 6 minutes and 40 seconds. It was 
also said that he moved 82j feet in a second of time, which is nearly at the rate of a 
mile in one minute. He ran over the Beacon Course, four miles, one furlong and 138 
yards, in 7 minutes and 30 seconds. His stride covered 25 feet. These performances 
are not reliable, but he was nnquestionabl.v one of the fleetest horses that ever lived. 
He was not only a superior racer, but a wonderfully valuable stallion. He was the 
sire of Plaistow, Blacklegs, Second, Snip, Commoner, Blaze, Winall, Spanking Roger, 
Lord JIanner's Poppet, Fleec'em, Steady, Young Miss Belvoir (the dam of Miss, 
Redcap and Duchess b.y Lath, and Foxhunter by Blank). Ho also got two sisters to 
Young Miss Belvoir, oue of which was the dam of Allworthy, C.vpher and Pytho by 
Crab, Feather by the Godolphiii Arabian, Horatins and Horatia by Blank, ami a filly 
b.v Pantou's Arabian. The other sister was the dam of the Aucaster Blossom and 
Godolpliin Blossom, both by Crab, the former the dam of Blossom, Jilt and Bragg by 
the Godolphiu Aralnan, Gaudy, Gamesome, Grizzle and Chrysolite by Blank. 
Childers was also the sue of Bay Basto and Brown Basto, sisters to Snip. Bay Basto 
was the dam of Chance, Crazj' and Gipsy by Lath, and Chaunter b,y Cade. Brown 
Basto was the dam of Hector, Cassandra and Lady by Blank. Sister to Blaze, she the 
dam ot Wliitenose by the Godolphin Ai-abian. Another daughter was the dam of 
Little Driver by Beaver's Driver. Bartlett's Childers was not raced, but was an 
excellent stallion, sire of Smales' Childers, Gi^dipus, Grey Chihlers, Squirt (the sire of 
Marske and Syphon), Coughing Polly, Little Hartley ui.are (the dam of Janus, Blank 
and Old England by the Godolphin Arabian, Trimmer and Shakespeare by Hob- 
goblin. Miss Meredith and Slouch by Cade), the dam of Wyvill's Volunteer, from 
which mare in direct female line descend Waxy, I'aynator, Thunderbolt (by Sorcererj, 



28 THE TIIOKOUGIIBKEI) IlllKSE. 

Smolensko, Colsterdale, Ellington, Ashtou, Souvenir, Poussin, Berti'aui, etc. The 
uiare out of sister to the Two True I51ues, dam of MidcUetou's Squirrel, Miilge, 
Thwackum and Camilla by a son of Bay Boltou, Miss Belsoa and a sister liy Regulus, 
son of the Godoli)hiu Arabian. Miss Belsea was the dam of Wildman's Snap, Hyiena, 
Timidity, Rosebud, Harpy, Elfrida and others, all liy Snap, sou of Snip, by Flying 
C'hilders. Hyama was the dam of Eagle, Everlasting and Laviuia by Eclipse, and 
Evauder by Highflyer. The sister to Miss Belsea by Kegnlus was tlie dam of 
Fribble by Snip, lu Ireland, the mares Snapdragon, Curiosity, Angelica and a sister 
by Snap, and Cypher by Sciuirrel. Curiosity was the dam of Misfortune by Dux 
(son of Matchem by Cade), that produced the great horse Buzzard, imported into 
America by Col. Hoomes, of Virginia, in 1805. Few hor.ses in his day were superior 
to Buzzard, and he left behind him a distinguished progeny in England, being the 
sire of the three brothers, Seliin, Castrel and Rubens, and their sister, Bronze. Buzzard 
was also the sire of Rosamond, tlie dam of imp. Barefoot by Tramp. From Barefoot, 
through hio daughter Motto (the dam of Nannie Lewis, Sally Lewi.s and My Lady, all 
by imp. Glencoe) a distinguished fiiinily of horses descend. Sally Lewis was the dam 
of John Morgan by imp. Sovereign. Hunter's Lexington, Glenrose, Susan Beaue and 
Acrobat by Lexington, Linda Lewis by Oliver, son of Wagner, and Lotta by 
Hunter's Gleueoe, son of imi). Glencoe, and Fiatt (The Blue Filly) by imp. Hedgetord. 
John Morgan and Hunter's Lexington were good race-horses and were successful in 
the stud. Susan Beaue was the dam of Stratford, Sensation, Onondaga, Sioux and 
Susiiuehanua, the last oue the dam of the grand race-horse Potomac (winner of the 
Futurity and Realization Stakes) and Chesapeake, a good horse. Susan Beane was 
also the dam of Soubrette and Sir Hercules by Alarm. 

Glenrose is the dam of Glendew, she the dam of the fleet Gueune by imp. Cilen- 
garry, and Restless by imp. Mortemer, a real good oue. Linda Lewis is the dam of 
Kisba, Quiver, Withrow (by Longbow, son of Longfellow) and the superior race-horse 
and i>romising stallion Linden by Longfellow. Lotta is the dam of the flue racehorse 
Glenmore by imp. Glen Athol, sou of Blair Athol by Stockwell. Gleumore was a good 
race-horse at all distances in fast time, his three heats in four miles in 7.29^, 7.30J, 
7.31, being the fastest and best ever run in the world. Buzzard was the sire of Hephes- 
tion, out of imp. Castianira (the dam of Sir Archy) by Rockingham, son of Highflyer 
by Herod. Hephestiou was a good race-horse and ([uite a successful stallion. Buz- 
zard's daughters were a great success in America. One out of The Fawn by Craig's 
Alfred was the dam of Old Court, Lady Adams by Whipster, Huntress by Cherokee, 
Lady Fortune, the greatgraudam of Longfellow, by Brimmer or Blue Beard, and the 
noted Woodpecker by Bertraud. Woodpecker was the sire of Grey Eagle, the coui- 
petitor of Wagner in the two famous races at Louisville, Ky., run in the fall of 1839. 
Another daughter of Buzzard, out of Arminda by imp. Medley, son of Giin<.rack by 
Cripple, son of the Godolphin Arabian, was the dam of Grey Fanny by Bertrand, sou 
of Sir Archy. Grey Fanny was tlie dam of Cirey Medoc by Medoc, sou of American 
Eclipse, thar was the best racehorse of his day. He won the great race, four-mile 
heats, at New Orleans, in 1841, the first heat, a dead heat with Altorf, in 7.3."i, second 
heat won by Altorf in 8.19, and the third and fourth heats won by Grey Medoc in 7.42, 
8.17. Grey Fanny also produced Kate Aubrey, a good mare by American Eclipse, and 
the noted Blue Bonnet Ijy imp. Hcdgeford. Blue Bonnet won a number of good races, 
and retired in the stud in her ninth year. She was a success in the stud, being the 
dam of Little Arthur, Nebula (the dam of the unbeaten Asteroid, Sue Lewis, Luna, 
and Aneroid liy Lexington, and Asterisk by Ringgold, son of Boston), Alice Jones 
(the dam of .louesboro, Mary Martin, Annette and others by Lexington), all by imp. 
Glencoe), and the four noted brothers I^ightiiiug, Thunder, Loadstone and Lancaster, 
with their sister Bonnet by Lexington. Nearly all those iiientioued I'aced success- 
fully, and those tried in the stud produced well. Mary Martin was the dam of Santa 
Anita (Gano's dam), Venezuela and Vulpine by Virgil. Lightning, Loadstone and Lan- 
caster were all sujierior race-horses, and Lightning for hiscliances a successful stalliou. 
Bonnet is the dam of Steinbcdi, Chimneyswcoii, etc. Another d;iug!iter of Buzzard 
was tlie dam of Nell by Orphan, sou of Ball's Florizel by imp. Dionicd, that wiis the 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 29 

»lam of Eliza Jenkins l)y Sir William of Transport, sou of Sir Arcby. Eliza was the 
dam of Pressure, Hawlceyc, Thos. K. Roots (all good horses iu their day), Gold Eagle 
and Tnlip by Grey Eagle, Louisa JI. Berry and Clipper by American Eclipse. Nell 
was also the dam of the mare by .Sir Archy Montorio (Big Archy) that produced the 
excellent race-horse Creath by imp. Tranby. The Eclipse mare, out of Nell was the 
dam of the superior race-horse Uiclv Doty by Boston, whose race of four miles at Lex- 
ington, Ky.. in 18-33, 7.37i, 7.46i, was the fastest race at the distance run in Kentucky 
iij) to that date. This Eclipse mare was also the dam of Louisa by imj). Yorkshire, 
ion of St. Nicholas by Emilins, and JIattie Gross by Lexington. Louisa was the dam 
of .Jessamine Porter (the dam of Donnybrook, Ida Wells by Leamington, aud Maggie 
Hunt by King Ernest). Mat tie Gros.s was the dam of Tasmania, Jennie June (the dam 
of Dan K.), Baronet and Mate (a superior race-horse), all by imp. Australian, Whisper, 
a good race-horse and stallion, by Planet, son of Eevenue by imp. Trustee, Mattie 
Glenn (the dam of Bonanza) by imp. Glen Athol, and others. 

Darley Arabian got Flying Childers and his lirother, Bartlett's Childers, out of 
Betty Leedes by Old Careless (son of .Spanker and a Barb mare), grandam by 
Leedes Arabian, great grandam by Spanker (son of the D'Arcy Yellow Turk), out of 
Old Morocco mare (Old Peg), Spanker's own dam, by Lord Fairfax's Morocco Barb. 
Flying Childers got Snip out of sister to Soreheels by Basto (son of Byerly Turk), 
she out of Partner's dam by the Curwen Bay Barb. 

The Darley Arabian foundeil the third division, or Eclii)8e line. Snip was 
the sire of .Snai>, dam sister to .Slipby by Fox, out of Gipsy by Bay ]5olt(?n. .Snap 
was the sire of Latham's Snap, 1759, dam Dormouse's dam by Cade, Chedworth's 
Snap. 1760, dam Young Bowes by Dormouse, .Snapdragon, Curiosity, and Augelica 
out of Fribble's dam by Kegulus. .Snapdragon was the dam of Paymaster by Blank, 
and Karity by Matchem, she the dam of Maid of the Oaks by Herod, and Ra<Ush by 
Pot-8-o'-s, and tilly by Gimcraek, she the dam of Constable's imported mare by 
Pot-8-o'-s, which was the dam of Miller's Damsel by imp. Messenger, she the dam of 
American Eclipse. Curiosit}' was the dam of Pantaloon aud Young Pantaloon by 
Matchem, Misfortune (dam or imp. Buzzard by Dux), son of Matchem, Justice and 
Faith (dam of Bobtail by Eclipse) by Herod. Angelica was the dam of Flora (.Spad- 
ille's dam) by Siiuirrel, and a tilly (dam of Sir George) by Chrysolite. Amanda, tte 
dam of imp. Medley, was by Snap. Caroline by Snap was the dam of Pomona by 
Herod. Lais by Diomed, dam Grace by Snap, was the dam of Spoliator and Thais 
by Trumpator, and Pamela by Whiskey. Hy;eua by Snap was the dam of Eagle, 
Everlasting and Lavinia by Eclipse, and Evauder by Highflyer. Li-sette by Snap 
was the dam of Maria (the dam of Waxy and Worthy by Pot-8-o'-s, Quiz aud Wowski 
by Jlentor) by Herod. Middlesex by Snap was the dam of imp. Seagull by Wood- 
pecker. Papillon by Snaj), dam Miss Cleveland by Kegulus, was the dam of the 
famous Highflyer, aud his sister Lady Teazle by Sir Peter, Wren and Wagtail Ity 
Woodpecker. Peuultima by Snap was the dam of imp. Baronet by Vertumnns, sou 
of Eclipse. Promise by Snap was- the dam of Pei)permint aud the famous Prunella 
by Highflwr. From Prunella are descended some of the most famous horses known 
to the turf, including Peneloije (the dam of Wire, Web, Whaleboue, Woful, Whisker, 
etc.) by Trumpator. Virago by Snap was the dam of imp. Saltrain and Sperauza by 
Eclipse. A daughter of Snap, dam sister to Kegulus by the Godol]ihin Arabian, was 
the dam iu Ireland of Heroine by Hero, sou of Cade, and Hetoiue was the dam of 
Tom Turf, foaled 1781, by Lennox, son of Bustard by Crab, and of Young Heroine by 
Bagot, the grandam of Irish Birdcatcher. A daughter of Snap, dam sister to imp. 
Duchess, from which descended the Lexington family, and the Maid of Oaks family, 
out of Lady Thigh by Croft's Partner, was the dam of Conductor, sire of Trumpator, 
Alfred. (Jeorgiana, etc., all by Alatcliem. The .'»na[> mare out of Warwickshire 
Wag's daui by Marlborough was the dam of imp. Shark by Marsko. The Snap 
mare dam l)y the CJower Stallion was the dam of Postmaster, imp. Peggy and their 
sister, from which have descended iu the female line such good horses as Bustard 
(by Buzzard), Haiuptou (by Lord Clifdeu), Blair Athol and all the Queen Mary family, 
Petrarch. Pretender, Sir Bevys, Tristan, Beauclerc, Kotherhill, etc. Fnnn Peggy iu 



30 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

America, through Peggy her daughter by imp. Bedford, have come a superior lot of 
race-Lorses, and there are many now on the turf in direct female line from her. A 
daughter of Snap out of Clialkstone's dam by Shepherd's Crab was the dam of imp. 
Gabriel by Dorimant. The blood can only be found in the female line, as there is no 
stallion in the male line from Snap. To Bartlett's Cliilders, own f)rother to Flying 
C'hildors, we look for the founder of the Darley Arabian line. He was lirst distin- 
guished by the name of "Bleeding Childers," from his frequent bleeding from his 
nose. He was never trained for racing but used as stallion. He was the sire of 
Sijuirt, foaled in 1732, dam sister to Old Country Wench by Snake, son of the Lister 
Turk, graudam Grey Wilkes by Hautboy, out of Miss Betty D'Arey Pet mare, 
daughter of a Sedbiiiy Royal mare. Squirt was a sujierior race-horse, and when a 
stallion in Sir Harry Harpur's stud was ordered to be shot, but when Miles Thistle- 
waite was leading him to the Dog Kennel, he was begged off by Sir Harry's groom, 
after which he became famous as the sire of Marske, foaled in 1750, dam the Ruby 
mare by Hutton's Blacklegs, graudam by Bay Bolton out of a daughter of Fox Cub, 
etc., .Syiihou, dam by Patriot, §on of Bay Bolton, graudam by Crab, out of sister to 
Sloven by Bay Bolton, etc., and Mr. Pratt's famous Squirt mare, her dam Lot's dam by 
Mogul, out of Camilla by Bay Bolton. This Squirt mare was the dam of Conundrum, 
Ranthos, ^Enigma, Riddle, Miss Timms, Punipkiu, Maideu, Rasselas and Purity, all by 
Matcliem, son of Cade. Marske became famous as the sire of Mr. O'Kelly's Eclipse, 
foaled during the Eclipse in 1764, from which he took his name. Eclipse was never 
beaten and founded a family of his own. His dam was Spiletta by Regulus, son of 
the Godolphin Arabian, graudam Mother Western by Smith's son of Snake, own 
brother to William's .S(iuirrel by Lister Snake out of a daughter of Lord D'Arcy's 
Old Montagu. 

Eclipse was the sire of Pot-8-o'-s, foaled 1773, dam .Sjiortsmistress by Warren's 
Sportsman, son of Cade by the Godolphin Arabian, graudam Golden Locks by Oroonoko, 
sou of Crab, great grandam by Crab, fourth dam by Croft's Partner, son of Jigg, out of 
Til waite's Dun mare by Akaster Turk. Another son of Eclipse was King Fergus, foaled 
1775, dam Tutmg's Polly by Bliick-and-All-Black, son of Crab, out of Fanny by Tartar, 
tracing through Old Peg by Lord Fairfax's Morocco Barb to a Barb mare. Eclipse 
also got Joe Andrews, dam Amaranda by Omnium, sou of Snap, grandam Cloudy by 
Blank, etc., Mercury, 1778, Volunteer, 1780, Jupiter, Venus and Queen Mab, dam by 
Tartar (sire of Herod), son of Partner, grandam by Mogul, brother to Babraham, great- 
graudam by Sweepstakes and tracing to the old Vintner mare, Alexander, 1782, Don 
Quixote, 1784, and Xautippe, dam Grecian Princess by William's Forester, son of 
Croft's Foresler by Hartley's Blind Horse, grandam by Coalition colt, sou of the 
Godolphin Arabian, tracing through Charming Molly by Second to a Royal mare. 
Eclipse sired Dungannou, 1780, dam Aspasia by Herod, grandam Doris by Blank, 
Soldier, 1779, dam Miss Spindleshanks by Omar, sou of the Godolphiu Arabian, gran- 
dam by Old Starling, etc., and imported Saltram, 1780, dam Virago by Snap, out of 
daughter of Regulus. Eclipse sired three Derby winners, Young Eclipse, 1781, 
Saltram, 1783, .Serjeant, 1784, and one winner of the Oaks, Anuette, iu 1787. No ,St. 
Leger winner is credited to him. Pot-8 o'-s was a superior race-horse and a valuable 
and successful stallion. He was the sire of imp. Alderman, dam Lady Bolingbroke 
by Squirrel, Waxy, foaled 1790, winner of the Derby, and Worthy, 1795, dam Maria by 
Herod, out of Liselte by Suai). Waxy was the sire of Whalel)()iic, Wliiski;r,W(>ful,Web, 
Wire ami Wilful, dam Peneloiio by Trumpator, son of Condiutiir l)y Matcliem, out of 
Prunella by lliglillyer. Whalebone won the Derby in 1810, and Whisker won it in bSl."!. 
Whalebone was the sire of Sir Hercules, dam Peri by Waudeiei', son of Gohauna by 
Mercury by Eclipse, grandam Thalestris by Alexander, son of Eclipse out of Rival 
by Sir Peter. Whalebone also got Camel, 1822, dam by Seliiu, sou of Buzzard, out of 
Maiden liy Sir Peter, etc., Waverley, 1817, dam Margarctta l)y Sir Peter, out of sister 
to Cracker by Highflyer, and Defence, 1824, dam Dcliance l)y Rubens, son of Buzzard 
out of Little Folly by Highland Fling, son of SpadiUe. Sir Hercules was the sire of 
the brothers, Irish Birdcatclier, 1833, and Faugli-a-Hallagh, 1841, dam Guiceioli by 
Bob Booty, son of Chanticleer by Woodpecker, grandiiiu Flight, by Irish Escajie, son 



THE THOEOUGHBRED HOUSE. 31 

of Coniinodoro by Tom Tug by Herod. Irish Birdcittcher was the sire of The Barou, 
<biiii Ethidna l).v Economist, sou of Whisker, graudam Miss Pratt by Blaelilock, out 
of Gadabout by Orville, sou of Bcuingbrough, etc. The Baron won the St. Leger in 
1845 aud was the sire of Stock well, winner of the 2,000 Guineas and St. Leger in 18.52, 
and his brother, Katajihiu, dam i'oeahoutas by Glencoe, out of Marpessa by JIuley, 
she out of Chiro by Marmion, sou of Whislcey by Saltram. Stockwell was a sux)erior 
race-horse and as a stallion was the graudest success ever known, aud richly deserved 
the sobri(|net of " Emperor of Stallions." Stockwell was the sire of The Marcjuis (win- 
ner of the 2,000 Guineas aud St. Leger in 1862), dam Cinizelli by Touchstone, Lord Lyon 
winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby aud St. Leger iu 1866), dam Paradigm by Para- 
gone, son of Touchstone, Blair Athol (winner of the Derby and St. Leger in 1861), dam 
Blink Bouuy by Melbourue, St. Albans (winner of the St. Leger in 1860), dam 
Bribery by The Libel, son of Pantaloon, Bothwell (wiuuer of the 2,000 Guineas, 1871), 
dam Katharine Logie by The Flying Dutchman, Achievemeut (winner of the 1,000 
Guineas and St. Leger iu 1867), dam Paradigm, Caller On (winner of the St. Leger in 
1S61, the Northumberland Plate twice, Brighton Cuji and 34 Queen's Plates), dam 
Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost, Gang Forward (winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 1873), 
dam Lady May by Orlaudo, Doncaster (wiuuer of the Derby in 1873), dam Marigold 
by Teddington. Doncaster got Bend'or (winner of the Derby in 1880), dam Rouge 
Rose by Thormanby, and Bend'or got Ormonde (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby 
and St. Leger in 1886), dam Lily Agnes by Macaroni, aud Bonavista (winner of 
2,000 Guineas, 1892), dam Vista by Macaroni. 

Stockwell also sired Lady Augusta (wiuuer of the 1,000 Guineas iu 1863), dam 
Meeauee by Touchstone, and Repulse (wiuuer of the 1,000 Guineas iu 1866), dam Sortie 
by Melbourne. Rataplan, whilst he did not win any of the great eveuts, was a grand 
race horse and a stout one. He was the sire of Kettledrum (winner of the Derby iu 
1861), dam Hybla by The Provost, and Bliukhoolie, dam Queen Mary by Gladiator. 
Blinl<hoolie was the sire of Wisdom, dam Aliue by Stockwell, aud Wisdom is the sire 
of Surefoot (winner of the 2,000 Guineas iu 1890), out of daughter of Galopin, and Sir 
Hugo (winner of the Derby iu 1892), out of Manteuvre by Lord C'lifden. Kettledrum 
was the sire of Lady Lang<leu, out of Haricot by Mango or Lanercost. Lady Laugdeu 
18 the dam of Hampton by Lord C'lifden, sou of Newmiuster. Hampton is the sire of 
Merry Hampton (winner of the Derby in 18871, dam Doll Tearsheet by Broomielaw, 
aud Ayrshire (winner of the 2,000 Guiueas aud Derby in 1888), dam Atalauta by 
Galopin. Hainptou is also sire of Reve d'Or (winner of the 1,000 Guineas and the Oaks 
in 1887). Rataplan is the sire of Mandragora, The Miner and Miueral, dam Manganese 
(winner of the 1,000 Guineas) by Irish Birdcatcher. Mineral is the dam of Wenlock 
(wiuuer of the St. Leger in 1872) by Lord Clifdeu, and the sister to Weulock was dam 
of Geologist by Sterling. Miueral also produced Kisber (winner of the Derby in 1876, 
and the Grand Prize of Paris same year,) by Buccaneer. Mandragora by Rataplan is 
the dam of Mamlrake by Weatlierbit, Agility aud Apology (the latter winner of the 
1,000 Guineas, Oaks aud St. Leger iu 1874), both by Adventurer, son of Newmiuster. 
Honeymoon bj' Rataplan was the dam of Cradle and Cylinder by See Saw. The Barou 
was also sire of Costa out of Catharine Hayes by Lanercost. Costa got some good 
lirooil mares. Birdcatcher also got Augur, dam Xickname by Ishmael, sou of Sultan : 
Daniel O'Rourke (winner of the Derby iu 18.52), dam Forget-me-not by Hetnian 
Platott', sou of Brutandorf ; Gauiekeeper, dam Swallow by Lanercost; AVarlock (wiuuer 
of the St. Jaeger in 18.56), dam Elphine by Emilins. Warlock was the sire of Tynedale. 
Sauuterer by Irish Birdcatcher, dam Ijiinui by Bay Middleton, was sire of Gainos (Oaks 
winner in 1870), (iertrude, she the dam of Charibert (winner of the 2,000 Guineas iu 
1879) by Thormanby, and Childeric by Scottish Chief. Knight of St. George by 
Irish Birdcatcher, dam Maltese by Hetman Platott', won the St. Leger iu 1854, aud was 
sire ot the Knight of St. Patrick ont of Pocahontas by Glencoe, Ada B., etc., iu Eng- 
land. Knight of St. George had little or no chance in tlio stud in America, owing to 
the Civil War, but he was sire of Brenna (grandani of The Bard, Tibbie Dunbar, etc), 
Ediua (dam of Minnie Me, Elemi, etc.), Eliza Davjs (dam of War Song, she the dam 
of Eole, St. Saviour, Eon, etc.). Fairy (dam of Grey Nuu, Artist, etc.), Georgia Wood 



■32 THE TnOROr(iiriiREl) hokse. 

(dam of Ginger, La Gitana, Una, etc.), Heliotrope (dam of Marchioness, Marijiosa, 
etc.), Jenny H. (dam of Jentling, Ada S., Toledo, etc.). Lass of Sidney (dam of TiiV)- 
man, JIary Constant, Phyllis, Mary P., Queechy, etc.), Mishap (dam of Crockford, 
Perhai)s (the dam of Chance, Reckon, Doubt, etc.), and Misfortune (dam of Abbots- 
ford, Kyutax, etc). Knight of St. George's name appears in many of our best i)cdi- 
grees. Wormersley by Irish Birdcatcher, dam Cinizelli by Touchstone, was the sii'c 
of Codrington, Gen. Williams, and Wauona, the graudam of Eobert the Devil, out of 
a daughter of Hamx)ton by Sultan. Oxfordjjy Irish Birdcatcher, dam Honey Dear by 
Plenipotentiary, is the sire of Sterling, he the sire of Isonomy, the sire of Seabreeze 
(winner of the Oaks and St. L«ger in 1888), and the great Common (winner of the 2,000 
Guineas, Derby and St. Leger in 18i)l). Sterling is the sire also of Paradox, Enter- 
prise and Enthnsiast, winners of the 2,000 Guineas, and Harvester, who ran a dead 
heat in the Derby in 1884, and divided the stakes with St. Gatien. Sterling is also 
sire of Geologist. Fernandez, Poste Restaute, the imp. horses Loyalist, Top Gallant 
and Stalwart. Birdcatcher was sire also of imp. Mickey Free. Faugh-a-Ballagh 
(winner of the St. Leger in 1844) was the sin^ of Ethelbert, dam Espoir by Liverjiool. 
[Ethelbert was the sire of Isolina, grandam of Isonomy.] Constance, dam Milkmaid 
Ijy Glancus, and she, Constance, was the dam of Bertram, sire of Robert the Devil. It 
is to Faugh-a-Ballagh's son Leamington that America is indebted for this blood. Leam- 
ington's dam was by Pautaloon, son of Castrel by Buzzard, out of Daphne by Laurel, 
sou of Blacklouk. Leamington made his first season in America in 1866, at the Boscjue 
Bouita stud, and from that season came Euquirer, dam Lida by Lexington, a first- 
class race-horse and a successful stallion, Longfellow, the grand race-horse and popular 
sire, dam Nantura by Brawner's Eclipse, son of American Eclipse, Lyttleton, a good 
race-horse, dam Fanny Holtou by Lexington, and Lynchburg, dam Neutrality by Re- 
venue. These were followed by Eolus, dam Fanny Washington by Revenue, a capital 
race-horse aud one of the most successful stallions in America, and subsequeutly came 
Reform, Hyder Ali, James A.. Rhadamanthiis, the unbeaten Sensation and his brothers 
Stratford and Onondaga, Parole, Bob Woolley, Aristides, Harold, Ferncliffe, Blazes, 
the great Inxjuois, ami a number of most excellent mares, including Susquehanna 
(daui of Potomac), Francesca, Katie Pearce (dam of Lizzie S., Ballard, Katrina, etc.), 
Spiuaway, Spark, Jaconet (dam of Sir Dixon, Belvidere, etc.), Mary Buckley, dam of 
.Stonebuek, Perfection (dam of Saluda), Preciosa, Syria, dam of Dalsyrian, etc., Theo- 
docia, The Si|uaw,Wis8ahickon, Wyandotte, etc. It will be observed that the best sires 
of all these both on the tnrf and iu the stud are from those in both male and female line 
to the Eclipse and Herod lines of blood. Sir Hercules was also the sire of Coronation 
(winner of the Derby in 1841)', dam Ruby by Rubens, Gemma di Vergy, sireofKoc- 
coco, dam Snowdro)) by Heron, son of Bustard by Castrel, Gunboat and Lifeboat, out 
of Yard Arm by Sheet Anchor, son of Lottery by Tramjj, aud Robert de Gorhani, dam 
Duvernay by Emilius. Whalebone was the sire of Camel, dam by Selim, son of Buz- 
zard, out of Maiden >y Sir Peter. Camel was the sire of Touchstone, dam Banter by 
Master Henry, son of Orville by Beniugbrough. Camel was one of the most noted of 
AVhaleboue's sons, as fron'v his sous Touchstone, Launeelot aud Simoon, a host of distin- 
guished race-horses and broodmares have descended. Touchstone won the St. Leger 
in 1834. He got Blue Bonnet (winuer of the St. Leger in 1845), Orlando (winner of the 
Derby in 1844.) In this Derby Running Rein, who came in first, was subsequently 
proven to lie a four year old Maccabeus, anil ho was discjualified. 

Orlando's d.im was Vulture by Langar, sou of .Sclim by Buzzai'd. Orlando was the 
sire of Trddington (winner of the Derby, IK.")]), Imperieuse (winner of 1,00U Guineas 
and the .St. Leger, 1857), Fazzoletto, Fitz Roland and Diophantus, winners of the 
2,000 Guineas, also of Trumpeter, sire of Distiu. Sire also of Plutns, the sire of Flag- 
eolet, that got Rayon d'Or, Znt and nr.iumiuet; Marsyas, sire of George Frederick 
(Derby winner, 1874), dam .Malibran by Whisliur. Orlando was also the sire of Little 
Lady, dam of Cambalb), winner id't hi^ 2,000 ( iuineas, 18"."), Bay Celia, tlam of The Duke, 
Laura, dam of Petrareli (winner of 2,000 (iuineas ami St. Leger, 1876), and DoraIi<-(' 
the dam of .SpecnluTU (winner of tlie City and .Suburban, .and sire of .Sefton. winm-r of 
the Derby, 1878). 'r.'iblington was the sire of Marigold, dam of Donc^astcr, winner of 



THE TIIOROrOHBRED HORSE. 33 

the Derby, 1873, and he the sire of Bend'or, wiuuer of Derby, 1880. Fitz Eolaud was 
the sire of Miss Rolaiul, dam of Craig Millar, wiuuer of the St. Leger, 1875. Touch- 
stone was the most famous and valuable of all Gamers sous. He was the sire of 
Cotherstone, wiuuer of the 2,000 Guiueas and Derby, 1843, Flatcatcher and Nunuy- 
kirk, winners of the 2,000 Guiueas in 1848 aud 1849, Loixl of the Isles, winner of the 
.same eveut, 18r)."), Surplice, wiuuer of the Derby aud St. Leger, 1848, Mendicant, 
winner of 1,000 Guiueas aud the Oaks, 1846. Newminster, winner of the St. Leger, 
18.")1, who was out of the famous Bee's-wing by Dr. Syntax, sou of Paynator by 
Trumpator by Conductor by Matchem, graudam by Ardrossan, son of John Bull by 
Fortitude by Herod, great-graudam Lady Eliza, by Whitworth, sou of Agonistes by Sir 
Peter, thus tracing to the Matchem and Herod blood. Newminster got Adventurer, 
dam Palma by Emilius. Adventurer won the City and Suburban aud was the sire 
of Pretender, winner of the 2,000 Guineas and Derby, 1869, Apology, wiuuer of the 
1,000 Guineas, Oaks and St. Leger, 1874, Wheel of Fortuue, wiuuer of the 1,000 
Guiueas and Oaks, 1879, imp. Blythewood, a sire of winners in this country, and 
Pizzaro, uow dead, a horse that promised success. Jfewminster is immortalized as 
the sire of Hermit, dam Seclusion by Tadmor, son of lou by Cain by Paulowitz by 
Sir Paul by Sir Peter, graudam Miss Sellou by Cowl, sou of Bay Middleton by 
Sultan by Selini by Buzzard, largely inbred to the Herod bjood. Hermit won the 
Derby in 1867 and was one of the most successful and popular stallions ever in Eng- 
land. Hermit was sire of Trappist, Shotover (winner of the Derby and 2,000 Guiueas, 
1882), Trapeze aud Tristan, out of Thrift by Stockwell. Tristan was beaten in the 
Derby aud St. Leger by Irotiuois, aud in the Grand Prize of Paris by Foxhall, but he 
was a superior race-horse. Hermit also got Torpedo, brother to Shotover, Peter, the 
grand race-horse, and his brother Timothy, out of Lady Masham, Clairvaus, Thebais, 
aud St. Marguerite, out of Devotion by Stockwell. Thebais won the 1,000 Guineas 
and Oaks, 1881, and St. Marguerite the 1,000 Guiueas in 18S2. He was also sire of 
The Abbot, Charon, Marden aud Nautilus out of Barchettiua by Pelion, sou of Ion. 
Hermit's son, St. Blaise, wiuuer of the Derby, 1883, dam Fusee by Marsyas, son of 
Orlando, grandam Vesuvienne by Gladiator, sou of Partisan, out of Venus by Sir 
Hercules, has created a sensation. He has beeu one of the most phenomenal suc- 
cesses in the stud which ever came to this country. He is iubred to Touchstone. 
Hermit was grandson of Touchstone and Marsyas, the sire of St. Blaise's dam was 
also grandson of Touchstoue, and he has a large infusion of Eclipse blood in both sire 
and dam's side through Whalebone aud W^hisker. St. Blaise is the sire of La Tosca, 
St. Floriau, Clarendon and many others. Any and all strains of blood suited him. 
Newminster was sire of Lord Clifden out of The .Slave by Melbourne. Lord Clifden 
won the St. Leger in 1863, and was the sire of Petrarch, winner of the 2,000 Guineas 
aud St. Leger in 1876 (and he the sire of of Busybody aud Miss Jumuiy (winners of 
1,000 Guineas and Oaks in 1884 and 1886), Hawthoruden and Weulock, winners of the 
St. Leger, 1870 and 1872, Janette, winner of the Oaks and St. Leger in 1878. New- 
minster is also sire of Cambuscan, out of The Arrow by Slane, sou of Royal Oak by 
Catton. Cambiiscan is sii-e of Camballo, winner of the 2,000 Guiueas, 187.5. Touch- 
stone was sire of Lord of the Isles (dam Fair Helen by Pantaloon), he the sire of 
Scottish Chief, he the sire of Childeric, Violet Melrose (the dam of Melton), Marie 
Stimrt, winner of the Oaks and .St. Leger, 1873, King of the Forest, imp. Kautaka 
(out of Seclusion, Hermit's dam), and Dundee, out of Marmalade by Sweetmeat, 
winner of six out of seven races at two years old. Touchstone also got Ithuriel, sire 
of Longbow, he the sire of Toxopholite, the sire of ilusket, Maxim's sire, aud Bay 
Archer. Whalebone Avas also sire of Waverley, out of Margaretta by Sir Peter. 
W'averley was the sire of Don .Fohn (winner of .St. Leger, 1838), he the sire of Maid of 
Ma.sham, the grandam of Peter and Timothy, also of lago, sire of Bonnie Scotland. 
The Saddler, by Waverley, out of Castrellina by Castrel, was the sire of Inheritress 
(dam of the Heiress), and Hybla (the dam of Kettledrum), by 'I'he Saddler's son, The 
I'rovost, iModiiceil also Maid of Hart, dam of Conipicgne, sire of Mortemer. 

Whalebone was tlie sire of Defence, <lam Detiance liv Rubens, son of Buzzard. 
Defence was the sire of Diversion, the grandam of Kosicruciaii aud Tlic Palmer, aud of 



34 THE THOROUGnBEED HOUSE. 

Protection, tlie grandam of See Saw. His best son was the Emperor, dam daugliter of 
Reveller Ijy Comus. He was the sire of Monarque, dam Poetess by Royal Oak, son of 
Catton. Mouar(|ue was the sire of Gladiate.ur, dam Miss Gladiator. Gladiateur was the 
winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby, St. Leger and Grand Prize of Paris in 186.5. Glad- 
iateur was the sire of Grand Coup, Highborn, Lord Gough and I^ady Glady.s. JIou- 
arqne was the sire of La Favorita, the dam of Flageolet, sire of imp. Kayou d'( >r. 
Monarque was sire also of Trocadero, sire of Fra Diavolo, Hospodar and Consul, 
sire of Archiduf, Farfadet and Nougat in France, and of Reiue, winner of the 1,000 
Guineas and the Oaks in 1872. Whisker, the brother to Whalebone, was the sire of 
Economist, dam Florauthe by Octavian, son of Pha-nomenou by Herod, grandam 
Caijriceby Anvil, son of Herod, out of Madcap by Eclipse. He was sire of Harkaway, 
a grand race-horse up to any weight. Harkaway was the sire of Idle Boy, dam lole by 
Sir Hercules; he the sire of Tomboy. Harkaway's great reputation comes through 
his son King Tom, whose dam was old Pocahontas, dam of Stockwell, Rataplan, etc. 
Upon him depends almost entirely the transinissiou of the blood of this wonderful 
horse in the male line. King Tom was the sire of Kingcraft, winner of the Derby in 
1870, and his brother, imp. Great Tom, out of Woodcraft by Voltigeur, King Lud, 
winner of the C'es.arewitch stakes, out of Qui Vive, sister to A'edette ; Skylark, wiuucr 
of the Queen's Vase at Ascot; imp. King Ernest, out of Ernestine by Touchstone ; imp. 
King Ban, dam Atlantis by Thormauby ; imj). Phaeton, dam Merry Sunshine by 
Storm, son of Touchstone. King Tom got a number of choice brood mares. Of these 
St. Angela, dam Adeline by Ion, was the dam of St. Simon. Empress was the dam of 
Chislehurst. Premature was dam of Poste Restante. Prince.ss was dam of Royal 
Hampton, Prince Royal and His Highness. A sister to King Alfred by King Tom was 
the dam of Enterprise (winner of the 2,000- Guineas in 1887). Zephyr by King Tom 
was the dam of Favonins (winner of the Derby in lti71). A daughter of King 
Tom is the dam of the promising yonng stallion and sire imp. King Galop. Euxiue 
was dam of Town Moor. Whisker was also the sire of Pcrion, dam Darioletta 
by Amadis, out of Selima by Selim. Whisker was also the sire of The Colouel 
(winner of the St. Leger in 1828), out of My Lady's dam by Delpini, and of Memuou 
(winner of the St. Leger in 1825), dam Manuella by Dick Andrews. Wbisker's best 
daughter was Emma, dam of imp. Trustee and of Cotherstone (winner of the 2.000 
Guineas and Derliy in ISIS), of Muudig (winner of the Derby in 183.5), and of 
Mowerina, the dam of West Australian. The Colonel was the sire of Chatham, who 
sired The Governess, winner of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks in 1858. Economist was 
also the sire of Echidna, out of Miss Pratt by Blacklock, she the dam of The Barou. 
etc. King Fergus was the sire of Young Traveller, winner of the St. liCger in 17!tl. 
Beuingbrongh, winner of the St. Leger in 1791, and Hambletoniau, winner of the ."^t. 
Leger in 17U5, dam by Highllyer, son of Herod, out of M(uiimia by Matchem. Ham- 
bletoniau was the sire of Whitelock, dam Rosalind by Phouomcuon, son of Herod, 
grandam Atalanta by Matchem, out of Lass of the Mill by Oroonoko, sou of Crab. 

Whitelock, 180.S, was the sire of Blacklock, 1814, dam by Coriander, son of Pot- 
8-o'-s, grandam Wildgoose by Highflyer, out of Coheiress by Pot-8-o-'s. Blacklock was 
the sire of Brutandorf, 1821, dam Maudane by Pot-8-o-'s, out of Young Camilla by 
Woodpecker. Brutandorf was the sire of Physician, dam Primctte by I'rime Minister, 
son of Sancho, out of Miss Paul by Sir Paul. Physician was the sire of The Cure, dam 
Morsel l)y Mulatto, son of Catton. The Cure was the sire of Polly Agnes and Little 
Agnes, out of Miss Agues by Birdcatcher. Polly Agnes is the dam of Lily Agnes 
(the dam of Oruumde and imp. Ro.ssington) by Macaroni. Little Agnes is the dam of 
Tibthorjie, winner of the .Steward's Cup, by Voltigeur. Brutandorf was also sire of 
Hetmau I'latoli, who got The Cossack and Neasham. llctmau Platolf is the sire of 
Maltese (dam of imp. Knight of St. George), Cossack Maid (grandam of Balfe), the 
grandam of Solon, which marc is great grandam of Barcaldine. Alexina, the dam of 
Tomboy, Muscovite, sire of Vauban (winncrof the 2,000 (iuineas in 18fi7),and of Siberia, 
(1,000 Guineas in 18()5), Bunch, Trapi)ist's dam, etc. Blackloc^k was the sire of imj). 
Belshazzar, dam Mannella by Dick Andrews (and he. Belsliazzar, was the sireof some 
good ones in ,\uicricM), of iiM]i. Tr.iuby, the sire of Vandal's dam, Yonng Blacklock 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 35 

(Watt's), sire of Magpie, out of Kitten by Sligo, Waxy, and Velocipede, dam by 
Juniper, son of Wliiskey, out of a daughter of Sorcerer. Velocipede Tvas tlie sire of 
Amato (winner of the Derl)y in 1838), Queen of Trumps (winner of the Oaks and St. 
Leger in 1835), King of Trumps, Hornsea, etc., whose names appear iu many good 
pedigrees, and of Voltaire, dam by Phantom, sou of W^alton by Sir Peter. 

Voltaire was the sire of Barnton (sire of Fandango), and his brother Voltigcur, 
(winner of the Derby, St. Leger and Doncaster Cup in 18.50), out of Martha Lynn by 
Mulatto, Charles XII (winner of the St. Leger iu 1839), and Tearaway. Voltigeur has 
perpetuated the Blacklock blood. He is the sire of Bonny Bell (dam of Blantyre, 
Beauolerc, etc.), out of Queen Mary, Dulcibella (dam of Onslow, Ma Belle, etc.), 
Beatrice, dam of Prestonpans, M.akeshift (dam of Pell Mell and Helter Skelter by Young 
Melbourne), Onr Mary Ann (dam of imp. Doncaster Lass by Doncaster), Qui Vivo 
(flam of imp. Felucca), and Vedette, out of Jlrs. Kidgway by Birdcatcher. Voltigeur 
was also the sire of Skirmisher, The Ranger, imp. Hartington, Tibthorpe, Buckstone, 
Cavendish and John Davis. Vedette was the best one of all his get. He won the 
2,000 Guineas, was not in the Derby or St. Leger, won the Doucaster Cup two cou- 
secutive years, and many other races. Vedette was the sire of Gardevisure (winner of 
the Cambi-idgeshire), out of Paradigm by Paragone, Speculum (winner of the City 
and Suburban Handicap), out of Doralice by Orlando, son of Touchstone, and Galopin 
(winner of the Derby in 187.5), out of Flying Duchess by The Flying Dutchman, and it 
is through these two horses that the Blacklock blood has become so famous in this 
day. Speculum was the sire of Rosebery (winner of the Cesare witch and Cambridge- 
shire Handicaps), out of Ladylike by Newminster, Sefton (winner of the Derby iu 
1878), out of Lady Seftira by West Australian, son of Melbourne, Flotsam and Jetsam, 
out of Flotilla by Kingston, Hagioscope, dam Sophia by Macaroni, he the sire of 
Queen's Birthday, Amphiou by Speculum or Rosebery, out of Suicide by Hermit, a, 
snjierior race-horse and a popular stalliou, Pentou, dam Progress by Thormanby, he 
the sire of Penelope, a good mare. Galopin is the sire of Donovan (winner of the Derby 
and St. Leger in 1889), and Modwena, out of Mowerina by Scottish Chief, grandam 
Stockings by Stockwell, Galliard, dam Mavis by Macaroni, out of Merlette by The 
Barou, etc. (ialiiard won the 2,000 Guineas, Prince of Wales, Ascot, Chesterfield and 
other stakes. St. Simon is by G.alopiu, dam St. Angela by King Tom. out of Adeline 
by Ion, etc. Donovan aud Galliard are youug in the stud but must prove successful. 
It is worthy of note tliat Galopin is much inbred, being by Vedette, son of Voltigeur 
by Voltaire, his dam Flying Duchess by The Flying Dutchman, whilst his graudam 
iSIeroiie is by Voltaire, son of Blacklock^ and his great grandam is Velocipede's dam 
by .luniper. Galopin's son Donovan won the Derby and St. Leger iu 18?^9, aud Semo- 
lina, Donovan's half sister, won the 1,000 Guineas in 1890, she being by St. Simon, 
sou of Galopin. The Blacklock blood is represented in this country through descend- 
ants of Belshazzar, Tranby, the sire of Traubyaua, the dam of Big Boston, Belle 
Lewis by Glencoe, and tiie Trauby mare, dam of Vandal, Volga and Levity, and their 
descendants. King Galop by Galopin, dam by King Tom, out of Sunshine by Thor- 
manby, a very fine horse and superior breeder. Ifeuingbrough by King Fergus, dam 
by Herod, graudam Pyrrha by Matchem, out of Duchess by Whitcnose. sou of the 
Godoljihiu Arabian, is another strong link in the Darley Arabian Hue. Beniugbrough 
got Orville, 1799, dam Evelina by Highflyer, out of Termagant by Tantrum, son of 
Cripple by the Godolphin Arabian. Orville won the St. Leger iu 1802 aud was the sire 
of Euiilius, dam Emily by Stamford, son of Sir Peter, out of daughter of ^^'^liskey, son 
<xi' S'altram by Eclipse. Emilius was the sire of Euclid, dam Maria, sister to Emma 
by Whisker, he the sire of Bantam, out of Lady Fanny by Dr. Syntax. Emilius was 
the sire of Plenipotentiary, winner of the Derby in 1834, out of Harriet by Pericles, 
sou of Evander by Delpiui. Plenipotentiary was the sire of Herald, dam imp. Dclphine 
by Whisker, that won the second heat in the great Peyton stake won by Peytona at 
Nashville, Tenn., October 10. 1843. Herald was the sire of Heraldry, dam of Balloon, 
Ascension, Parachute, etc. From Balloon a largs number of good race-horses have 
descended. Plenipotentiary was sire of Potentia (winner of the 1,000 Guineas iu 1841) 
and of Poison (winner of the Oaks iu 1843). Pleuipoteutiary was a valuable sire in 



36 THE THOROrGHBRED HORSE. 

the female liue iu England. He is the sire of the ilam of Queen Mary, of Delhi, the 
great grandam of lieud'or, of Honey Dear, the dam of Oxford, sire of Sterling, etc., 
of Monstrosity, the dam of The Ugly Buck (winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 18i4). 
Priam by Emilius, dam C'ressida, sister to Eleanor by Whiskey, sou of Saltram by 
Eclipse, grandam Young Giantess by Diomed. ont of Giantess by Matchem, won the 
Derby in 1830 and was imported to America iu 1837. Priam was the sire of Crucifix 
(winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1,000 Guineas and Oaks in 1840), out of Octaviaua by 
Octaviau, sou of Stripling by Pho'uomeuou, Miss Letty (winner of the Oaks in 1837), 
out of a daughter of Orville, Industry (winner of the Oaks in 1838) aud Scamander, her 
brother, out of Arachne by Fillio-da-Puta. Crucifix's great reputation rests upon 
being the dam of Cowl by Bay Middleton. Cowl was the sire of Miss 8ellon, ont of 
Belle Dame by Belshazzar, and Miss Sellon is the grandam of the great aud i)opular 
sire Hermit by Newminster. Cowl was also sire of Madame Eglantine, the dam of 
Rosicrucian and The Palmer, out of Diversion by Defence. Crucifix was also the dam 
of Surplice ( wiuuer of the Derby in 1848) by Touchstone. Surplice was sire of Eastern 
Princess, the dam of imp. Prince Charlie (winner of the 2.000 Guineas in lo72), and of 
Flax, the dam of Queen Bertha (winner of the Oaks in 1803). Miss Letty was the dam 
of Wcatherbit by Sheet Anchor, son of Lottery by Tramp, and My Dear by Bay Middle- 
ton. Weatherbit was the sire of Beadsman (wiuuer of the Derby in 18.58), out of Men- 
dicant by Touchstone. Beadsman was sire of Blue Gown (winner of the Derby iu 1^68), 
and Pero Gomez (winner of the St. Leger in 1869). Beadsman was also sire of Rosicru- 
cian and The Palmer, the latter sire of Jenny Howlet (winner of the Oaks iu 1880), dam 
of Chitabob, both valuable and successful stallions. Weatherbit is also sire of Brown 
Bread, out of Brown Agues by West Australian, he the sire of Toastmaster, a very 
tine race-horse. Priam got in this country Cassandra, ont of Flirtillajr. by Sir Archy. 
Cassandra was the dam of Trojan, Basil and Philo by Mariner, sou of Shark by Amer- 
ican Eclipse. Philo was the dam of Lady Blessiugton by imp. Eclipse, sou of Orlando, 
she the dam of The Baroness (Badge's dam) by Kentucky, Lady Rosebery aud Duchess 
by Kingfisher, and Fairwater by 111 Used in the Nursery Stud. Priam got a number 
of other good brood mares in America, such as Cornelia, dam Bay Maria by 
Eclipse, Creusa, dam of the good race-mare Bostona, dam Miss A'alentine by 
imp. Valentine ; Delta, dam of Gazelle by Albion, Talma by Glencoe, Duette by 
Highlander, son of Glencoe, out of Gamma by Pacific ; Emily Thomas, dam of 
Pasta out of Nancy Norman by Toin Tough ; Margaret Wood, dam of Star Davis, 
Capt. Travis, Georgia Wood, etc., out of Maria West liy Marion; Endora, dam of Kate 
Hays, Martha Worsham, Sally Woodward, etc , out of Bet Bosley, jr., by imp. Bluster ; 
Fidelity, dam of Faith, Felicity, etc., out of Maria Louisa by Monsieur Touson; Little 
Rose, dam of Red Rose by Glencoe, out of Tuberose by Arab ; Little Trick, dam of 
Odd Trick by Lexington, etc., out of Bet Bosley, Jr. ; Lucy Long, dam of the great race- 
hmse Red Eye by Boston, out of Polly Franklin by Shakespeare, and The Queen, dam 
of Deucalion, out of imp. Delphine by Whisker. Monarch, own brother to The Queen, 
was an exc^ellent race horse and left some good brood mares, including Bellamira (dam 
of Die Clappertou, Einbry's Lexiugtou, Comord, etc.), Breeze, dam of the good race- 
mare Albine, Castinet, dam of Highlander by Glencoe, Young Fashion (dam of Sur- 
prise, Scotland, Lady Fashion, Columbia, Wauanita, Bonnie Kate, etc.), out of the 
great race-mare Fashion by imp. Trustee, Lady Lancaster (dam of Malcolm, Outario, 
Ivady Amanda, etc.), out of Lady Canton by imp. Trauby. Millwood (dam of Charles- 
ton, Rosa Bonheur, Mill Creek, etc.), out of Fauuy l>y American Eclipse. Emilius was 
also the sire of imp. Sarpeilon, dam Icaria by The Flyer, son of Vandyke, Jr. by Wal- 
ton. Sarpedon was the sire of Alice Carneal (Lexingtcui's dam), out of Roweua by 
Sumpter, and Ariel, dam Lancess by Lance. Sarpedon got some good race-horses but 
left no descendant in the male liue. Sovereign by Einilins, dam Fleur-de-Lis by Bour- 
bon, son of Sorcerer by Truiiipator, was imported when a yearling and never raced. 
He was the sire of a large number of good racers, such as Ruric, Charleston (sent to 
England), Berry, Mogul and Invincible. He got a large number of good brood mares, 
aud his blood is transmitted in the female line to very many of our best horses. 
Daughters of Sovereign are sister to K'uric (dam ofCrinstead), Ann Dunn and Pricuiss 



THE THOUOCGHBRED HORSE. L.7 

(winner in tliis tountry and England), ont of Reel, AlexaniUa (dam of Clenimie G.), 
Carrie Cage (dam of Betty Belle, Ei)i>ie L., etc.), Dixie (dam of Herzog, Florae, 
Anreola, War Reel, Hearsay, etc.), dam St. Mary by Hamlet, Edith (dam of Ediua, 
Stonewall .Jackson, etc.), Fanny "Wells (dam of Jils Johnson, Rena B.. Early Light, 
etc.), dam Reel, Fleur-de-Lis (dam of Bourbon, Censor and Colnmbia), out of Jlaria 
AVest by Marion, Glyiei-a (dam of Knighthood, Carrie Atherton, Sne Ryder, The 
Gleaner, etc.), ont of sister to Prior by Glencoe, Iodine (dam of Iodine and lona by 
Lexington, Arnica, Collodion, etc.), out of daughter of Stockholder, Kate Anderson, 
out of Cliloe Anderson by Rodolph, Lady Barry, Lady Sherrod, Lorette (dam of Mishap, 
Regan, Sophy Badderly, Lorena, etc.), out of Mary Ogden by Thoruhill, son of Glen- 
coe, Mamoua, dam of good ones, Martha Linnn, dam of Lulu Horton, Miss Carter (dam 
of Hildegarde, Evelyn Carter, etc.), Jliss Odom (dam of Lncy Brooks, Mary Wylie, 
etc.), >Ionica, dam of .luanita, Xebraska (dam of Jack the Barber, Syren, etc.), Nora 
(dam of Bombay, Persia, etc.), Polly (dam of Ooltowah, Mary Wylie, etc.). Princess 
Royal, Sallie, Rosemary and many others. Emilius was the sire of St. Nicholas, he 
the sire of imp. Yorkshire, that made his impression on the stock of America through 
his sous and daughters, many of the latter being great successes in the stud. Orvillo 
was also sire of Muley, 1810, dam Eleanor, the first mare that ever won the Derby and 
the Oak.s, by Whiskey, out of Young Giantess by Diomed. Muley was the sire of 
Muley Moloch, and his sister imp. Britannia, out of Nancy by Dick Andrews. Muley 
Moloch was the sire of Alice Hawthorn, the famous racer and dam of Oulston, Lady 
Hawthorn, Sweet Hawthorn, Thormanby, winner of the Derby in ISliO, etc., out of 
Rebecca by Lottery. Britannia left a distiuguished progeny through her daughters 
La Victime, Variation and Verona. 

Muley got Morisco, out of Aquilina by Eagle. Morisco is credited with Taurus, 
out of Catharine by Soothsayer. Taurus got Turnus, out of Clari-ssa by Defence, 
and Turnus was the sire of Whiteface (the dam of imp. Woodlands, quite successful in 
the stud) ; also of Butterfly, winner of the Oaks, 1860. Muley was also sire of imp. 
Li'viathan, dam by Wiudle, son of Beningbrough, grandam by Anvil, son of Herod, 
and imp. Margrave, dam l>y Election, son of Gohauua by Mercury, out of Fair Helen 
by Handdetonian, son of King Fergus. Leviathan was a good race-horse and a 
valuable stallion, sire of The Poney, Othello, Capt. McHeath, John R. Grymes, etc. 
His blood is preserved through his daughters, of whom Cotillion was the dam of 
Dance, Schottisehe, Gallopade, Jr., and O'Meara, all by Glencoe. Dance was the 
dam of Schottisehe (she the dam of Waltz, Tarantella, Gorlitza, etc.), by imp. Albion, 
La Pidka by Lexington, etc. Crucifix (dam of Gov. Poindexter and Giantess) was 
l>y Leviathan, out of Virginia by Sir Archy. Giantess was the dam of Aduella, the 
famous Peytona and I'nion, by imp. Glencoe. Leviathan also got Doljihin, dam by 
Sir Archy, and Emerald (the dam of Topaz), out of imp. Eliza by Rubens, sou of 
Buzzard. Topaz was the dam of Lodi, Waterloo, Austerlitz and Wagram by imp. 
Yorkshire, Colton and Areola by Lexington, and Rivoli by Revenue. Fandango by 
Leviathan was the dam of Judith (Edith's dam), Rigadoon, Jeanette, Grisette and 
Hornpii>e by imp. Glencoe. Grisette is dam of Geneva, Greyling [Gen. E well] by Lex- 
ington, and Quickstep by imp. Australian. Flight by Leviathan, out of Charlotte Ham- 
ilton by Sir Charles, was the dam of Oliver by Wagner, Hegira and Mecca by imp. 
Ambassador, Mahomet and Medina by imp. Sovereign. Betsey^ Coody and Sally Jones 
were sisters to Flight, the latter being the dam of Noty Price by Cost Johnson, Taucred, 
etc. Gaslight by Leviathan was the dam of Budelight, Beaconlight, etc., out of 
Pigeon by Pacolet. Jane Mitchell by Leviathan, dam by Stockholder, was the dam 
of Terrifier and Ella Temple. Other mares by Leviathan were Jeannetteau, the dam 
of Arrow by Boston and grandam of Optimist, who raced successfully in England 
and was valuable as a stallion in France, Laura (dam of Kansas by Sovereign, Lilly 
Ward, Harry of the West, Fanny Cheatham and .Judge Durrell by Lexington, and 
Lerna by Asteroid), Martha Malone (dam of La Bacchante and Julia H. by Glencoe), 
out of Tachecana by Bertrand, Leviathan mare (dam of Satellite by imp. Albion, 
that was sent to England, and Fanny McAlister by O'Meara), out of imp. Anna 
Maria by TruUle, Polly Elliott (dam of Ada Tevis, Peytona Barry, etc), out of 



3S THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

Caledonia Ijy Jeiry.soii of Pacolet,Parasiiia (ilam of Mary Hadley, Florence Niglitingale 
and IJlazella 1)y O'Meara, Mary Wynne by Jack Malone, and Mattie Seviere by 
Blacklock), Princess Ann (dam of Elizabeth McXalry by Ambassador, Cottage Girl 
and Augusta by imp. Ainderby, son of Velocipede), Waslight (dam of Torchlight 
and Scintilla by imp. Gleucoe), out of Pigeon by Pacolet, Beeswing, Sarah Bladen, 
and many others. Margrave won the 8t. Leger and was a very successful stallion. 
Kearly all his get were males. He was the sire of Blue Dick, Brown Dick, that ran 
three miles at New Orleans in 5.30}, 5.28, Tom Payne, Alamode, Doubloon, Florin, etc. 
The few mares that he left have proved the value of the blood in the stud. 

Countess (the dam of Katona by A'oucher), was by Margrave, out m a daughter of 
American Eclipse. Katona was the dam of Bettie West by C'olton, M<'tarie and Joke 
by Star Davis, Item (Dau Sparling's dam). Kadi, the superior race-horse Tom Ochiltree 
by Lexington, Governess by Planet, etc. Crisis, dam of Donerail, was by Margrave, 
ont of Susette by Aratus, Eleauor Margrave and Emma Wright were by Margrave, out 
of Fanny Wright by Silverhecls, son of Oscar by imp. Gabriel. Eleanor Margrave was 
the dam of Rurica (dam of Harkaway) by Ruric, and Margretta by Lexington. Emma 
Wright was the dam of Laura Farris and Miss Doyle by Lexington, MoUie Jackson 
by Vandal, the winner of the great three-mile race at Louisville, Ky., in 5 35i, 5.34}, 
5.281, Sherrod winning the second heat. Mollie Jackson was the dam of Monday by 
C'olton, Long Branch and Fanny Ludlow by imp. Eclipse, and Dou))t by imp. Eclipse 
or Cavalier, son of imp. Eclipse. Fanny Ludlow was the dam of Jamaica by Lexing- 
ton, and she the dam of Foxhall, that won the Grand Prize of Paris, the Cesarewitch 
and Cambridgeshire Handicaps, etc. Fanny G. by Margrave, out of Lancess by Lance, 
was the dam of Endorser by Wagner, Flora G. and Lady Dau Bryant by Lexington, 
Emma Maratta l>y Vandal, Estclla by imp. Australian, and Fanny B. by Asteroid. 
Estella is the dam of Alma Mater, that produced the two great trotting stallions 
Alcantara and Alcyone. Lady Margrave (the dam of Undine by imp. Yorkshire) was 
by Margrave, out of Lady Adams by Whipster. Undine was the dam of Uncle Vic by 
Lexington, Australia by imp. Australiau, Margaret Hunter by Margrave was the 
dam of Kate Bateman by imp. Yorkshire, Sallie by imp. Sovereign, Greek Slave by 
Glencoo, Stumps by Lexington, etc. Sallie was the dam of Eagle by Vandal, Long 
Nine by Lightuiug, O'Malley by imp. Mickey Free, La Reve (dam of Strychnine), and 
Lampi by Lightuiug. Greek Slave was the dam of Black Slave (the dam of Maratana 
ami Anne Augusta by Leamington, Topsy by 111 Used, Black Gal and Bessie B. b,v 
Tom Ochiltree) by imp. Eclipse, sou of Orlando, Sarong (the dam of Aristides, Wis- 
sahickon, Dais.v Hoey, etc.) by Lexington, Petty and Tibitha by Tipperary, sou of 
Ringgold bj' Boston. Margrave mare, dam Mistletoe by Cherokee, son of Sir Archy, 
was the dam of Mary Churchill by Alexander Churchill, sou of imp. Zinganeo, Cajiitola 
(dam of King Alfonso and Belle Barclay by imp. Phaetou, Letola by Lexington, Hos- 
podar by Longfellow) by Vandal, La Graudo Duchess (dam of Aniella, Talisman, etc.) 
and Versailles by Vandal. Mary Churchill was the dam of Eva Douglass and Florence 
Wallace by Vandal, Hamburg by Lexington, Astell (Miss Nailer's dam) by Lexington 
or Asteroid. A large number of good race-liorscs trace to this family. Margravine, 
the dam of the superior race-horse Jas. A. Connolly, was by Margrave, out of Gabriella 
by Sir Archy. The Margrave mare, out of Rosalie Somei-s by Sir Charles, was the dam 
of Josephine R. Rowan, and Rebecca T. Price by The Colonel. Rebecca T. Price is 
the dam of China by Lexington, the superior race-horse Mahlstick and Sweetheart by 
Lever, and Netty Brady by Jack Slaloue. Utilhi by Margrave, dam Too Soon by Sir 
I^eslie, was the dam of Young Utilla by Hurricane (Warfleld's Florizel), (she the ilaui 
of Tasmania and Teetotal by Melbourue, Jr., sou of Knight of St. George, Gaberluuzio 
by Boiuiie Scotland, etc.), Ulverston and Ullinia(thodam ofXaisauce, Sunrise, Souora, 
I'ltiniatum, etc.), by Lexington. Victoire by Margrave, dam Argeutile by Bcrtraud, 
was tlie dam of Zaidcc by Uclshazzar, Vaudalia and Bi.jou by Vandal, Lilla (the d.im 
of Lemonade, Judge Curtis, ClnllK-othe, and Lilly Duke, the last the dam of Water 
Lily and Lizzie Dwyer) by Lexington, Vesta by Asteroid, Leonore, etc. There is uo 
lioise in tlie male lino from either Leviathan or Margrave. Muley was sire of Little Won- 
der (wiuuiM- of the Derby iu 1X40) and of Vespa (winner of the Oaks in 1833). His daugh- 



THE THOEOCGHBEED HORSE. 39 

ter >I;irpo9sa was dam of the unparalleled Pocahontas, and of hiT half brother Idas 
(winner of the 2,000 (iuiiieaa in 1845.) 

JoeAnilrews(Deuuis O.), 1778, by Eclipse, was a good race-Lorse, dam Amaranda 
Tjy Omnium, son of 8uap, out of Cloudy by Blank, son of the Godoljihin Arabian. .Joe 
Aiulrews was the sire of Dick Andrews, 1797, and imp. Jack Andrews, 1794, dam by 
Hightiyer, son of Herod, grandam by Cardinal Puff, .son of Habraham by the Godolphin 
Arabian. Dick Andrews was the sire of Tramp, 1810, dam by Gohanua, sou of Mercury 
by Eclipse, grandam Fraxiuella by Trentham, son of Sweepstakes (Turner's), great 
grandam by Woodpecker, sou of Herod, out of Everlasting by Eclipse. Tramp got 
Liverpool, 1828, dam liy Whisker, out of Mandane by Pot-8-o-'s, etc., imp. Zingauee, 
1825, out of Folly by Young Drone, and Lottery, 1820, dam Maudanc by Pot-8-o-'s, out 
of Young Camilla by Woodpecker, etc. Liverpool got Lauercost, dam Otis by Bustard, 
son of Buzzard, out of Gayhurst's dam by Election. 

Liverpool got Van Tromp and De Ruyter, dam Barbelle by .Sandbeck, son of Cat- 
ton, Loup-garou, dam Moonbeam by Tomboy, Colsterdale and Ellerdale (Ellington's 
dam), dam by Tomboy, out of Tesane by Whisker. Tramp got also Little lied Itover, 
dam Miss Syntax, sister to Dr. Syntax by Paynator, he the sire of the dam of Buc- 
caneer. Lottery was the sire of Inheritor, dam Hand Maideu by Walton, .son of Sir 
Peter, Vcrulam, dam Wire by Whisker, and Sheet Anchor, dam Morgiana by Muley. 
Sheet Anchor got Weatherbit, out of Miss Letty by Priam, and CoUiugwood, out of 
Kalmia by Magistrate. Weatherbit's blood comes to us through imp. Cicily Jopson 
(dam of Waverly, Phu>be Mayflower, Katrine, Flash of Lightning, etc.), her dam 
Cestrea by Faugh-a-Ballagh ; imp. Weatherwitch (dam of Weatherby, Little Mack, 
Florence (the last the dam of Hindoo and gramjam of the grand mare Fireuzi), W^ater- 
witcb, Fonso, the promising sire, Fouwitch, etc. Tramp was the sire of Trampoline, 
dam of Glcncoe, winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 1834, Miss Kose, ini]i. Y'orkshire's dam, 
out of daughter of Saucho by Don Quixote, son of Eclipse. Tramp was also sire of 
Charlotte West and Tarantula (winners of the 1,000 Guineas in 1830 and 1833), Lady 
Moore Carew, the dam of Mendicant (winner of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks in 1846;, 
and of Fury, dam of Our Nell (winner of the Oaks in 1842). Tramp was also sire of 
St. Giles (winner of the Derby iu 1832), Dangerous (winner of the Derby in 18.33), and 
Barefoot (winner of the St. Leger iu 1823), who was imported to America and made 
Lis impression on the stock of this country. Mercury, 1778, by Ecli2)se, dam by Tartar, 
sou of Partner, grandam by Jlogul, sou of the Godoljihin Arabian. Mercury got 
Gohanua, 1790, dam by Herod, out of jUaideu by Matchem. Gohanua got Waiulerer, 
ont of Catherine by Woodpecker. Wanderer was sire of Peri, dam of Sir Hercules. 
Gidiauna also got the dam of Moses (sire of Pauline, dam of Gladiator), Golumpns, 
out of Catherine by Woodpecker, sire of the grandam of Jlelbourue, imp. Trustee, and 
Mundig (winner of the Derby iu 1835), out of Emma by Whisker. Trustee was a good 
and successful stallion in America, sire of Revenue, dam Rosalie Somers by Sir Charles. 
Revenue got Planet, Exchecquer, Orion and Ninette, ont of Nina by Boston. Trustee 
also got the noted gelding Renbe, out of Minstrel by Medoc, .John Black, out of imp. 
Maria Black by Filho-da-Puta, Hidillestouc, dam by Bullock's Muckle John. Trustee 
was the sire of the noted race-mare Fashion, that defeated Boston iu the great match. 
Through Fashion's daughter Young Fashion there are some good ones. Trustee also 
got Ann Stevens (dam of Kate and Frank Boston), out of imp. Caprice by Muley, and 
the noted Levity, out of Vaudal's dam by imj). Tranby. Levity was the dam of Ruric 
by imp. Sovereign, the noted proiluciug sisters Lightsome and Mililred by imp. Glen- 
coc, Brcnna, the dam of Brademante (The Bard's dam), Ella Hankius and Athalarlc 
(Tom M'arlin"s dam) by Gilroy, Lever and Legatee by Lexington. Catton was also 
the sire of imp. Gallopade, out of Camilliua by Camillus, son of Hambletonian by 
King Fergus. Gallojiaile was the dam of Fandango and Cotillion by imp. Leviathan. 
Cracovieune, Quadrille, Hornpipe and Reel by imp. Glencoe. Keel is the dam of 
Prioress, Starke, Lecoaipte, that defeated Lexington, War Dance, etc. The blood is 
found m the peiligrecs of many of our very best horses. 

Catton was the sire of Royal Oak, ont of a daughter of Suudensko. Royal Oak 
got Slaue ont of a daughter of OrviHe. Slane got Queen .\uue. dam of Kingston, ont 



40 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 



of Garcia by Octiivian, The Arrow, dam of Carabuscaii, out of Sontliilowii by Defence, 
The Merry Mouarch, winner of the Derby, 1845, out of The Margravine by Little John, 
son of Octavius, Conynghara (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1847). Catton also got 
Mulatto, out of Desilemona by Orville. Mulatto got Martha Lynn, dam of Voltigeur, 
out of Leda by Fillio-da-Puta. Mulatto also got IJlooinsbiiry, winner of the Derby, 
1839, out of Arrot Lass by Ardrossan. Catton got Sandbeck oat of Orvilliua. sister 
to Orville, by Beningbrough. Sandbeck got Redshank, sire of Ellen Home, the gran- 
dam of Bcnd'or, and Barbellc, the dam of The Flying Dutchman, out of Darioletta 
by Amadis, son of Don Quixote by Eclipse. Catton also got imp. Contract out of 
Helen by Hamblctonian, and imp. Nonplus, out of Miss Garfortli by Walton. Saltram 
by Eclipse, dam Virago by Snap, won the Derby, 1783, and was imported to America 
in 1800. He got Whiskey, sire of the dams of imp. Priam, Phantom and Mnley, in 
England. Saltram got the dam of Tiraoleon (sire of Boston), .Jenny Cockracy, and 
Betsey Haxall, out of a daughter of Symme's Wildair. A daughter of Saltrara dam 
by imp. Medley, was the dam of Sir Hal liy imp. Sir Harry. Saltram got Rosy Clack, 
out of Camilla by Melzar, son of imp. Medley, she the dam of Tennessee Oscar and 
Rosetta by Wilke's Wonder, sou of imp. Diomed, Patty I'ntf and her sister, dam 
of Betsey Saunders by Pacolet. The Darley Arabian male line is represented in 
Englaud by such good ones as Ayrshire (Derby, 1888) by Hampton, dam Atalanta by 
Galopin, Bend'or (Derby, 1880) by Doncaster (Derby, 1873), dam Rouge Rose by 
Thormanby, Bindigo by Ben Battle, dam Hasty Girl by Lord Gongh, Brag by 
Strnau, dam Bounce 'by Flatterer, Donovan (Derby and St. Leger, 1889) by Galopin 
(Derby, 1875), dam Moweriua by Scottish Chief, Common (2,000 Guineas, Derby and 
St. Leger, 1891) by Isonomy, dam Thistle by Scottish Chief, Galliard (2,000 Guineas, 
1883) by Galopin, dam JInvis by Macaroni, Galopin (Derby, 1875) by Vedette, dam 
Flying Duchess by The Flying Dutchman, Hagioscope by Speinlum, dam Sophia by 
Macaroni, Minting by Lord Lyon, dam Mint Sauce by Young Melbourne, Muneaster by 
Doncaster, dam Windermere by Macaroni, Lowland Chief by Lowlander, dam Ba- 
thilde by Stockwell, Peter by Hermit, dam Lady Masham by Brother to Stratford, 
Petrarch by Lord Clifden dam Laura by Orlando. Pero Gomez (St. Leger, 18(59) by 
Beadsman, dam Salamanca by Student, Petronel (2,000 Guineas, 1880) by Musket, dam 
Crytheia by Hesperus, Ormonde (2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, 1886) by Bend'or, 
dam Lily Agnes by Macaroni, Saraband by Muneaster, dam Highland Fling by Scottish 
Chief, Silvio (Derby and St. Leger, 1877) by Blair Athol, dam Silverhair by Kingston, 
Sefton (Derby, 1878) by Speculum, dam Lady Sefton by West Australian, St. Gatien 
(dead heat with Harvester and walked over for the Derby, 1884) by Rotherhill or The 
Rover, dam Saint Editha by Kingley Vale, Springfield by St. Albans, dam Viridis by 
Marsyas, Surefoot (2,000 Guineas, 1890) by Wisdom, dam by Galopin, out of Jliss 
Foote l)y Orlando, The Bard by Petrarch dam Magdalene by Syrian, St. Simon by 
Galopin, dam St. .\ngcla by King Tom, Timothy by Hermit, d.am La<ly Slasham by 
Brother to Staftbrd, Tristan by Hermit, dam Thrift by Stockwell, Weulock (St. Leger, 
1872) by Lord Clifden, dam Mineral by Rataplan, Wisdom by Blinkhoolie, dam Aline 
by Stockwell, Merry Hampton (Derby, 1887) by Hampton, dam Doll Tearsheet by 
Broomiolaw, Sainfoin (Derliy, 1890) by Springfield, dam Sanda by Weulock, the two 
last untried in the stud. In America we are full as strong in this bloud, not only in 
imported horses, many of them successes in the stud, but in native bred horses who 
were tirst-class race-horses and are popular and successful stallions. Imported St. 
Blaise (Derby, 18;3) by Hermit, dam Fusee l)y Marsyas, Rayon d'Or (St. Leger, 1679) 
by Flageolet, dam Araucaria by Aml)ro.se, Daluacardoch (dead) by Rataplan, dam 
Mayonaise by Teddington, Blythewood by Adventurer, dam Bonny Bell by Voltigeur, 
The Jacobite by Prince Charlie, dam sister to Little Lady l)y Orlando, Uhlan by Tho 
Ranger, dam La Mechiiute by Turnus, Deceiver by Weulock, dam Boot anil Saddle 
by Trumpeter, Stonclienge by Blair Athol, dam Coimbra by Kingston. Charaxua 
by Distin, dam Sappho by Kingston, Maxim by Musket, dam Realization by 
Vespasian. Kantaka by Scottish Chief, dam Seclusion (Hermit's dam) by Tad- 
mor. Saxon by Beadsuuin. dam Girasol by Asteroid. Galore by Galopin, dam Lady 
Maura by Macaroni. King Galop I>y (ialopin, dam by King T(uu, out of Sua.shine l)y 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 4t 

Tboriiiaiiby. Great Tom Ijy Kiug Tom, dam Woodcraft l)y Voltigeur. Top Gallant and 
Stalwart brothers by Sterling, dam Sea^Iark by Adventurer. Loyalist by Sterling, 
dam Casuistry by The Miner. The Sailor Prince by Albert Victor, dam Hermita by 
Hermit. Laureate by Petrarch, dam Macaria by Macaroni. Daudie Dinmont by Silvio, 
dam Meg Merrilies by Macgregor. Glenelg by Citadel, dam Babta by Kingston. Eothen 
by Hampton, dam Sultana Ijy Oxford. Eossington by Doncaster, dam Lily Agnes (Or- 
monde's dam) by Macaroni. Wagner by Prince Charlie, dam Duchess of Malfi by 
Elland. ICyrle Daly by Artillery, dam Colleen Ehue by Gemma di Vergy. Siddartha 
by Pero Gomez, dam The Pearl by Newminster. Many of these are not Derby or St. 
Leger winners but very highly bred and successful stallions. Amongst those bred in 
America, and who possess racing qualities sufficient to class them with the best per- 
formers in England, are the following: Salvator by Prince Charlie, dam Salina by 
Lexington (winner of the fastest mile ever run in the world, 1.35+, and 1^^ miles with 
122 lbs. in 2.0.5), Longfellow, the equal of any sire in the world, by imp. Leam- 
ington, dam Nantnra by firawuer's Eclipse, Leonatus by Longfellow, dam Semper 
Felix by imp. Phaeton, winner of ten stakes at 3 years old, and a successful stallion. 
Luke Blackburn by imji. Bonnie Scotland, dam Nevada by Lexington, winner of 
22 out of 24 races at 3 years old, and a successful stallion. Eolus, a superior race-horse 
and successful stallion by imp. Leamington, dam Fanny Washington by Eeveuue, 
Enquirer, a superior race-horse and successful stallion by imp. Leamington, dam Lida 
by Lexington, the brothers Onondaga, Stratford and Sensation (unbeaten) by imp. 
Leamington, dam Susan Beaiie by Lexington. Inspector B. and Getaway, good racers, 
by Enquirer, dam Colossa by Colossus, Iroquois (winner of the Derby and St. Leger 
in 18-il) by imp. Leamington, dam Maggie B. B. by imp. Australian, Lisbon by imp. 
Phaeton, dam imp. Lady Love by Stockwell or Caterer, Troubadour by Lisbon, dam 
Glenluiue by imp. Glenelg, Powhattau (brother to Parole) by imp. Leamington, 
dam ilaiden by Lexington, Alarm by imp. Eclipse, dam imp. Maud by Stockwell, 
Panii|ue and Wawekus (brothers) by Alarm, dam Maggie B. B. by imp. Australian, 
Falsetto by Enquirer, dam Farfalettaby imp. Australian, The Bard, a superior horse, 
by Longfellow, dam Brademante by War Dance, Blue Eyes by En(iuirer, dam Buchu 
by Planet, Linden by Longfellow, dam Linda Lewis by Oliver, Lougstreet by Long- 
fellow, dam Semper Idem by imp. Glen Athol, Belvidere and Sir Dixon (brothers) by 
imp. Billet, dam Jaconet by imp. Leamington, Himyar by Alarm, dam Hira by Lex- 
ington, Aramis bj- imp. Phaeton, tlam Nellie Grey by Lexington, Aretino by Aramis, 
dam Sprightly by Lexington, Elias Lawrence by imp. Billet, dam Sprightly by Lex- 
ington, Whisper by Planet, dam Mattie Gross by Lexington, Bramble by imp. Bonnie 
Scotland, dam Ivy Leaf by imp. Australian, Foxhall by Kiug Alfonso, dam Jamaica 
by Lexington (winner of the Grand Prize of Paris, etc.). Forester by imp. Ill TIsed, 
dam Woodbine l)y Censor or Kentucky, King Alfonso by imp. Phaeton, dam Capitola 
by Vandal, Pontiac by Pero Gomez, dam imp. Ageuoria by Adventurer, Jils Jolinson by 
Longfellow, dam Fanny Wells by imp. Sovereign, His Highness by ini]). Ill Used, 
dam iiii]). Princess by King Tom, a grand good one, with many others which possess 
on the female side a large infusion of the coveted Herod blood. In fact, our American 
horses possess more of the Herod blood through Glencoe, who sired England's most 
noted matron, Pocahontas, dam of .Stockwell, Eatajjlan, King Tom, etc., than can be 
found in the world. 

The Alcock .\rabian was imiiorted into England about 1720, by whom it is not 
stated, but finm his name by Mr. .Vleock. He was noted as the sire of Crab, dam 
sister to .Soreheels by Basto, 2d dam (Partner's dam), sister to Mixbury Galloway by 
the Cnrwen Bay Barb, 3d dam by Curwen's Old Spot, 4th dam by White-legged 
Lowther Barb, ."jth dam the old Vintner marc. This old Vintner mare was the 
property of Mr. Curw<;n, of Workington, and was said by Mr. Croft to have been the 
best bled mare and best racer of her day. She was the dam (in a<lilition to the 
filly aliove mentioned) of a lilly by Pulleine's Chestnut Arabian, which was the dam 
of the (illy by Blossom, son of Curwen's Bay Barb. To the old Vintner mare trace 
m direct female line Croft's Partner, Soreheels. Crab. Snip, Pacolet. Syphon, Soldier, 
Mercury, Master Bagot, St. Giles, lioudrow, Dick Andrews, Ecmembrancer, Jolui 



42 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

o' Gaunt, rompey, Muley Moloch, Nutwitb, Lanibton, Tlie Coufessor, Prism, Warlock, 
Katau, Springy Jack, Daniel O'Ronrkc, Win^ave, Outfit, Beudigo, Peter, I'eregrine 
Tcrtius, etc. 

This Arabian also got Mr. Alcock's Spot, the Duke of Ancaster's Gentleman, and 
the mare, dam Flash by the Curwen Bay Barb, ont of a natural Barb mare, that was 
the dam of Dismal by the Godolphin Arabian, Whitefoot by Bolton AVhitefoot, and 
Trille by Fox. Crab was a superior race-horse, and as a stallion in Mr. Pauton's stud 
was noted as the sire of many good race-horses, stallions and brood mares. 

The Godolphin Arabian. This, the most noted of all the Eastern sires, was a 
dark bay or brown horse, foaled in 1724, and was by many regarded as a Barb. He 
was brought from Franco by Mr. Coke, and it is said that he actually drew a cart in 
the streets of Paris. Be this true or not, he unquestionably contributed more to the 
breed of thoroughbreds than any stallion either before or since his time. Mr. Coke 
presented him to Mr. Williams, keeper of the St. James Coffee House, by whom he 
was presented to Lord Godolphin, whose property he remained until his death at Gog- 
magog. iu 1753. It is true that every superior race-horse of the present day. either iu 
America, France or England, partakes largely of his blood. The Godolphin was 
teazer to Hobgoblin, son of Aleppo by the Darley Arabian and Mr. Brewster's old 
Hautboy mare, in 1730 and 1731. On Hobgoblin's refusal to cover Roxana, she was 
bred to the Godolphin Arabian, and from that cover she produced Lath, tlie first 
horse the Arabian ever got. Lath, a bay horse foaled in 1732 (named from his fiat 
sides), was a superior race-horse, the best one of his day. Cade, his owu brother, 
was a bay horse, foaled in 1734, and was named Cade from the fact that he was 
brought up on cow's milk, his dam dying when he was only ten days old, " To caile, 
to bring uji in softness." Cade was an indifferent race-horse, but a very successful 
stallion, which success is attributed not only to his superior blood, but to his grand 
symmetry iu form. Roxana, the dam of Lath, Cade, and Roundhead by De\onshire 
Childers,was owned by Lord Godolphin. She was by the Bald Galloway, dam sister to 
Chaunter by the Akaster Turk, 2d dam by the Leedes Arabian, 3d dam by Spanker, 
4tli dam old Morocco mare (Old Peg, Si)anker'8 dam) by Morocco Barb, .5th dam Old 
Bald Peg by an Arabian, out of a Barb mare. Lath got Hector, Miss (the dam of 
Fairy) by Shepherd's Crab, Redcap, and Duchess, dam Young Miss Belvoir by Flying 
Childers. Duchess, was the dam of Brimstone by Devonshire Chestnut Arabian, and 
she the dam of Squib by Spectator. A daughter of Lath, out of Brown Basto 
(sister to Snip), was the dam of Omar by the Godolphin Araluan, Crazy by Lath, 
dam Bay Basto (sister to Snip), was the dam of Virago and two sisters by Panton 
Arabian, and the bay horse Protector, im)>ortod into America and here called Lath, 
by Shepherd's Crab. Virago was the. dam of Hollandaise by Matchem (winner of St. 
Leger, 1778), and the grey filly Gunilda, imported to America by Star, sonof Regulus 
by the Godolphin Arabian. Gunilda (called also Virago) was the dam of Marske, 
Mask and Virago by imp. Sharli, son of Marske by Squirt. From Virago by Shark, 
many excellent race-horses have descended, including Phoenix Belle, Cora Lynn, 
Miss Carter, Lilac, Joe Daniels, etc. Miss Carter is the dam of Hildegarde, Isse, 
Poteen, etc. Crazy was also dam of Quill and sister by Feather, sou of the Godolphin 
Arabian. This Feather mare, sister to Quill, was the dam of Anvil by Herod, who 
was sire of the grandam of im]!. Leviathan. 

Lath was also the graudsire of BDiiny Lass by Soip. Cade was much more dis- 
tinguished iis a stallion. He got Jlatilieni (174S), dam sister to Mis.s Partner by Croft's 
Partner. 2<1 dam Brown Farewell by Makeless, 3d dam by Brininu;r, 4th dam by 
Place's White Turk, r.tli daiii hy Dodsworth, out of the Layton Violet Barb mare. 
Changeling, a ludtliir aiul a lull sisterout of the same mare. Matchem wasasuperior 
race-horse, ami was a very succcrssl'ul stallion, being the sire of 3.54 winners in 
23 years that won in money |75'J,S.5II.OO, in addition to cups. 

Matchem got Conductor (17()7), Alfred, Georgiana, Eyeliright, etc., out of a daugh- 
terof Snaj) by Snip by Flying Childers, 2d dam by the Cullon Arabian, 3d dam Grise- 
wood's Lady Thigh by Croft's Partner, 4tli dam by Greyhound, tracing through the old 
Montagu mare to a Koyal mare. Conductor got luiperator (1776), dam by Herod, 2(1 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 43 

dam Cariua by Marske (sire of Eclii)se), out of a (laughter of Blauk, son of tlie 
(Joilolphiu Arabian, tracing through Miss Hip by Oysterfoot (Arabiau) to the uoted 
Coppin mare. Comluctor also got Trumpator (1782), Cat, Cantator, etc., daui Bni- 
iictte by Sfjuirrel, son of Traveler by Partner, 2il dara Dove by Matchless, smi of tho 
Oodolphin Arabian, tracing througli Look-at-uie-Lads by Grasshopper, son of the 
ISycrly Turk, to the Ohlfield mare, said to have been very highly bred. Imperator 
got I'ipator (ITSt!), out of Brunette, the dam of Trumpator by Squirrel. Pipator got 
Kemembrancer (winner of St. Leger, 1803) out of Queen Mab, sister to Mercury by 
Eclipse. Trumpator got Paynator (1791), dam by Mark Anthony, son of Spectator by 
Crab, 2d dam Siguiira by Snap, grandson of Flying Childers, out of Miss Windsor by 
the Godolphiu Araliiau. Trnmjiator also got Sorcerer (1796), dam Young Giantess by 
Diomed, 2d dam (Jiantess by Matchem, tracing through a sister to Roxaua (dam of 
Lath and Cade), to the old Morocco mare (Spanker's dam) by Morocco Barb. 
Paynator got Dr. Syntax (1811), dam by Beningbrough, son of King Fergus by 
Eclipse, 2d dam .Jenny Mole by Carbuncle, grandson of the Godolphiu Arabian, out of 
a daughter of Prince T'Quassaw, gi-andsnn of the Daiiey Arabian. Dr. Syntax got 
The Doctor (sire of Malcolm), dam by Lottery, out of Elizabeth by Walton, and the 
noted Bee's-wing, dam of Newmiuster, out of a mare by Ardrossan, son of .lohu Bull, 
out of Lady Eliza by Whitworth, son of Agonistes. 

Paynator got the dam of Cain by Paulowitz, out of a Delpini mare. Sorcerer 
got Conius, dam Houghton Lass by Sir Peter, son of Highflyer by Herod, out of 
Alexiua by King Fergus, son of Eclipse. Comus got Humphrey Clinker, out of 
Clinkerina by Clinker, son of Sir Peter. Humphrey Clinker got Melbourne, out of 
daughter of Cervautes, son of Don Quixote by Eclipse, grandam by Golumpus, 
son of Gohanua by Mercury. Melbourue got West Australian (winner of the 
2.000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, 1853), dam Mowerina by Touchstone, out of 
Emma by Whisker, son of Waxy, Blink Bonny (winner of the Oaks and Derby, 1857), 
dam of Blair Athol (winner of Derby and St. Leger, 1864), and Breadalbane, out of 
Queen Mary by Gladiator, Cauezou (winner of 1,000 Guineas, 1848), out of Madame 
Pelerine by Velocipede, sou of Blacklo-k. Canezou was the dam of Fazzoletto by Or- 
lando, Cape Flyaway by The Flying Dutchman, etc. Melbourue got Cymba (winner 
of the Oaks, 1848), out of Skiff by Sheet Anchor, and she was the grandam of Marden, 
Charon and The Abbot. Marchioness (winner of the Oaks, 1855) by Melbourne, out of 
Ciuizelli by Touchstone, was sent to Australia and was the dam olAngler by Fisherman, 
winner of the A'ictoria Derby, St. Leger and Ballarat Derby, and sire of Onyx and Robin- 
son Crusoe. Melbourne was also sire of Mentmore Lass ( wiimer of the 1,000 Guineas, 
18.53), out of Emerald by Defence. Mentmore Lass was the dam. of Hannah (win- 
ner of the 1,000 Guineas, Oaks and St. Leger, 1871). West Australian was the sire of 
Brown Agnes (dam of Brown Bread), out of Miss Agnes by Birdcatcher, Lady 
Sefton (dam of Sefton, winner of the Derby, 1878), out of Clarissa by Pantaloon, 
Solon, sire of Barcaldine, Philammou, etc., out of Darling's dam by Birdcatcher, anil 
the dam of Musket by Toxopholite. Musket is sire of imp. Maxim, Martini-Henry and 
Petronel (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, six Queen's Plates and the Doncaster Cup). 
■\Vest Australian also got Snnnnerside (winner of the Oaks, 18.59), dam of Priutau- 
niere (Poulct's dam), out of Ellerdale by Lanercost. West Australian also got imp. 
Australian (dam Emilia (imp.) by Young Emilins), who was not only a snjjerior race- 
horse but one of the best and uuist popular stallions ever in America, sire of Wild- 
idle (four miles, T.25J), o\it of IiUcwild (Indies, 7.26^) by Lexington, Fellowcraft 
(t miles, 7.19.J), Spendthrift, Jlisci, Kutherford, etc., out of Aerolite by Lexington, 
Baden Baden, Helmbold, etc., out of Lavender by AVagner, Abd-el-Kader, Abd-el- 
Koree, Wilful, Silent Friend, Mate, Atilla, Lcinster, Farfaletta (the dam of Falsetto), 
Maggie B. B., dam of Iroquois (winner of both the Derby and St Leger), Ivy Leaf 
(ilam of Bramble, Brambaletta, etc.), and Lizzie Lucas, dam of Lytton, Cambyses, 
etc. Melbourne was also sue of Sir Tatton ."^ykes (winner of St. Leger, 1846), dam 
by Margrave (imj).), Prime Minister (dam by Sheet Anchor), who got Knight of the 
Garter (winner of the Tradesman Plate, Chester, 1869), out of Kosa Boidieur by 
Touchstone. Kniiiht of the Garter was the sire of IVzcdswit, out of The .Tewel by 



44 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

Stockwell. Melbourne also got Young Melbourne, dam Clarissa by Pantaloon, son 
of Castrel, out of a daughter of Gleucoe. Young Melbourne got Gen. Peel and .states- 
man, dam a daughter of Orlando, out of Brown Bes.s by Camel. Gen. Peel won 
the 2,000 Guineas, 1864, and was second in both the Derby and St. Leger to Blair 
Athol. Young Melbourne also got New Holland (winner of the Goodwood Cup), out 
of Bounceaw ay by Zuyder Zee, son of Orlando, Brother to Strafford, out of daughter of 
Gameboy, Ka[)i(l Rhone, dam by Lauercost or Retriever, Pell Mell, dam JIakesliift by 
Voltigeur, he the sire of Carlton, out of Bonny Spec by Speculum. Young Mel- 
bourne showed best through his ilaughters. Mint Sauce, dam of Minting by Lord 
Lyon (winner of the Grand Prize of Paris), The Lambkin, (winner of the St. 
Leger, 1884) by Camballo, and his sister Mintlie (winner of the 1,000 Guineas, 
18S9), out of Sycce by Marsyas, Adelaide, dam of Peregrine (wiuuer of the 2,000 
Guineas, 1881) by Pero Gomez, dam by Teddingtou, Faraway, (dam of Eafaello), 
out of Maid of Masham by Don John, Patchwork (dam of Quilt, Crosspatch, 
etc.), out of Makeshift by A'oltigeur; Wheatear (dam of Skylark, winner of the 
Gold Vase at Ascot, by King Tom, and Harvester, who ran a dead heat and 
divided the Derby with St. Gatien, 1884), out of .Swallow by Cotherstoue. Humphrey 
Clinker was also sire of Bran, dam Velvet by Oiseau, out of Wire, sister to Whale- 
bone by Waxy. Bran was the sire of Our Nell, winner of the Oaks, 1842. Humplirey 
Clinker was sire of Rockingham (winner of St. Leger, 1833), The Biddy (diim of 
Priestess by The Doctor) out of Idalia by Peruvian. The Biddy was- dam of The 
Gem by Touchstone, and she the dam of Regalia (winner of the Oaks, 186.")) 1>y .stock- 
well. The Priestess was the dam of Dulcibelhi by Voltigeur, and she the dam of 
Idalia by Cambuscan, that produced imp. Sir Moilred and imp. Cheviot. C'omus 
was sire of Reveller (winner of St. Leger, 1818), out of Rosette by Beningbrough. 
Reveller was the sire of imp. Delight, out of Defiance by Rubens. Delight was the 
dam of Hagar and Matilda Bynum by imp. Gleucoe, and Shamrock (imported in 
ulcro) by St. Patrick, son of Walton by Sir Peter. Shamrock was the sire of Heunie 
Farrow, out of Ida by imp. Belshazzar. son of Blacklock, she the dam of Mayflower 
by imp. Eclipse, that produced Joe Hooker, the popular sire, and California by Monday, 
Warwick and Annie Laurie by Hubbard. Mimi, the sister to Mayflower, is dam of 
Mask, Jlikado and Kingliko l)y King Ernest, the latter a very promising stallion. 
Ballerina by iniji. Balrownic, out of Hennie Farrow, is the dam of Balliiicttc (dam of 
Clara W., Alta and Del Norte) by Monday or Young Eclipse, and Countess Zoika (dam 
of Ed Corrigan, Judge Post, etc. by Norfolk. Reveller was the sire of Zillali, out of 
Morisca by Morisco, son of Muley. Zillah was the dam of Prairie Bird by Touch- 
stone, and she the dam of England's Beauty by Birdcatcher, she the dam of inii>. The 
Rake (sire of Dundee) by Wihl DayrcU, Silverhair (the dam of Silvio, Silvester and 
Fetterlock) by Kingston, Rose of Kent (the dam of Sycee by Marsyas) by Kingston. 
Sycee was the dam of Mint Sauce, dam of Minting, winner of the Grand Prize of 
Paris, and The Lambkin, winner of the St. Leger, 1864. Prairie Bird was also dam 
of Vitula by Arthur Wellesley, the dam of Bird of Freedom (winner of City and Snb- 
nrlian Il.nidicap). Comus was the sire of imp. My Lady out of The Colonel's dam 
by l)el))ini, slie the dam of imp. Delphine by Whisker, that was the <lani of imp. 
Monarch by Priam, The Queen, full sister to Monarch and imp. Herald by Plenipo- 
tentiary. Sorcerer was the sire of Snioleusko (winner of the 2,000 (iuineas and 
Derby, 1813), dam Wowski liy Mentor, son of Justice by Merod, out of Jlaria, dam 
of Wa.\y by Herod. Clari by .Smolcnsko, dam by Precipitate, son of Mercury by 
Eclip.se, was the dam of Cliat, Chatterer, Chatterbox anil Cliitdiat by Magpie in 
Ireland. SmoleTisko was the sire of Jerry (winner of the .St. Leger, 1824), out of 
Louisa by Orville. Jerry was the sire of Tomboy, out of Bee's-wing's dam by Ardros- 
san. Tomboy was the sire of Nutwith, out of ilaugliter of Comus. Nutwith (winner 
of .St. Leger, 1S13) was the sire of Knight of Kars, out of Pocahontas by (ilcncoe. and 
of Ganndioy, out of Lady Moore Carew by Tramp. Smolensko was also the sire of 
The Fawn, out of .Icrboa by Gohanna, and The Fawn was the dam of Venison by 
Partisan, sini of Walton. Venison was the sire of Kingston, out of (^necn Anne by 
Slane. son of Royal Oak by Cation, Royal Oak's ilam by SmolcusUo. Kingston w.istlic 



THE tii<)i:i)Ci;iiiu;ei) house. 4o 

sire of iiuj). Ulue M;intle, !>ilveib;ur (il;im of Silvio, winner of Derby and St. Leger, 
1877), imp. Xon rart-illc. Mnu-at-.\nns, Alarm, etc. ouiolensko's blood is rei)resenteil 
ill America tbroii^U imp. Maria Black by Kilbo-da-Piita, wbosedam was by Smolcnsko 
out of a daughter of Sir Peter. Maria Black was tbe daui of Bay Leaf by imp. York- 
shire, the daui of Beacon, Bayswater, Bayonet, Baywood Preakness, Bay Final, Bay 
riower and Niagara by Lexington, Biugaman and M. A. B. by Asteroid, and Bay 
Bush by liup. Australian. Bay Flower is the dam of Ivy Leaf, she the dam of 
Bramble, Brambaletta (Merry Monarch's dam), Bye and Bye (Xow or Xever's dam), 
Bonnie Leaf, all by imp. Bonnie Scotland, Bazaar by .Jack Maione, and Niagara, a 
speedy, good race-horse, by Luke Blackburn. The grandam of Gallopade, that 
ibuuded the great Reel and Dance families, is a daughter of Smolensko. Sorcerer is 
also sire of Soothsayer (winner of the .St. Leger. 1811), dam Goldenlocks by Delpini, 
son of Highflyer, out of Violet by imp. Shark, son of Marske. Soothsayitr was the 
sire of Filagree, out of Web, sister to Wire and Whalebone by Waxy. Filagree was 
the dam of Cobweb (winner of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks) by Phantom, sire of W^al- 
tou and imp. Riddlesworth (winner of the 2.000 Guineas, 1831) by Emilius, and of 
<Jhai-lotte West (winner of the 1,000 Guineas, 1830) by Tramp. Cobweb was the dam 
^)f Bay Middletou by Sultan, sou of Selim by imp. Buzzard. Bay Mi<ldleton was a 
grand race-horse (winner of the 2,000 Guineas and Derby, 1836) and successful stal- 
lion, being the sire of Cowl, out of Crucifix by Priam, Hesperus, out of Plenary by 
Emilius, Elleu Middleton (dam of Wild Dayrell, winner of Derby, 18.')o), out of 
Myrrha by Malek, sou of Blacklock, Britannia IV., imiiorted (dam of Madame Dudley 
and Brown Prince, sent to England, by Lexington, Brigand by Planet, Booty by 
Asteroid, etc), Madame Dudley is the dam of Judith and Belinda by Gleuelg, 
Vintage (the dam of Ruby Royal, Flavilla, etc.) by Virgil, Santa Rita and Virgie 
D. (sisters to Viutage), the latter dam of Hueueiue by Billet, Booty is the dam of 
Violator by King Ban, Estelle by Himyar, etc. Bay Middleton was also sire of Eunice, 
dam of Sannterer, out of Blue Devils by Velocipede ; the dam of King Alfred, and 
grandam of Enterprise, out of West Country Lass by Venison ; Bay Mi.ssy, grandam 
of Scottish Chief, out of Camilla by Y(uing Phantom : The Flying Dutchnum (winner 
of Derby and St. Leger, 1849), sire of Flying Duchess, Galopin"s dam, out of Barbelle 
by Sandbeck, son of Catton, and of Dutch Skater, out of Fulvie by Gladiator, with 
other good ones : My Dear (grandam of Oxford by Birdcatcher), out of Miss Letty 
by Priam : Hesperus the grandam of Petrouel, out of Plenary by Emilius; the sister 
to Cobweb by Phantom produced Flycatcher by Godolphin, son of Partisan, who was 
the grandam of imp. Eclipse, who got Alarm, Ruthless, Relentless, Remorseless and 
many other good ones. Soothsayer was sire also of Tiresias (winner of the Derby, 
1819). out of Pledge by Waxy. 

The Goilolphin Arabian also got Blossom, ,Jilt and Bragg, dam Ancaster Blossom 
by Crab, sun nf the Alcock Arabian, grandam by Flying Childers, out of Miss Belvoir 
by Grey Grantham, etc. Jilt was the dam of Arab Ity Panton Arabian, Jilt, Hornet, 
Bashful, Caligula and Bauble, all by Blank, Cripjile was own brother to Cygnet and 
Creeper by the (Jodolphin Arabian, dam Blossom, sister to Ancaster Blossom by Crab, 
Cripple was the sire of the great Gimcrack, a superior race-horse and the sire of imp. 
Medley, foaleil in 177l>. Medley was a tine race-horse aiul sire of Grey Diomed 
(foaled in 1786), dam by Sloe, siui of Partner, grandam by imp. Vampire, out of imp. 
Calista by Forester : Bellair (Taylor's), foaled 1786, and Calypso, foaled 1793, dam 
Selima (Young) by Y'orick, grandam Black Selima by imp. Fearnought, out of imp. 
Selima by the Godolphin Arabian; Boxer, foaled 1790, dam by imj). Fearnought; 
Quicksilver (foaled 1783), dam by Symme's Wildair; Melzar, foaled 1791, dam by 
Symme's Wildair, grandam by imp. Vampire, out of imp. Kitty Fisher by Cade, son 
of the Godolphin Arabian ; Lamplighter, dam by imp. Lonsdale, by Jolly Roger, son 
of Gower stallion, out of imp. Kitty Fisher by Cade; Grey Medley (Barry's of 
Tennessee), dam by True Whig, gran<lam Circe by Ariel, out of imp. Lady Northum- 
berland : the Medley mare (owned by Marmaduke Johnsou of Virginia), dam of Miss 
Jefferson by imp. Diomed, Carolina by imp. .Saltram. Carolinian by imp. True Blue, 
and the famous sisters, Vanitv and li'calitv by Sir Archv, the latter dam of .Johnson's 



40 THE TIIOIiOCGUBRED HORSE. 

Medley by Sir Hal, Slender and Bonnets o' Blue by Sir Charles, the latter the <lam of 
the noted Fashion (that defeated Boston in the great mati^h, four-mile heats, run over 
the Union Cmuse, L. I., May 10th, 1842, in 7.32J, 7.45, the best race run in America to 
that date), Mariner by Shark, etc. Gimcrack was also sire of imp. Clockfast, and of 
the dam of Constable's imp. Pot-8-o-'s mare, grandam of American Eclipse. Godolphin 
Arabian was the sire of Blank, bay horse, foaled 1740, dam Little Hartley mare by 
Bartletfs Childers, 2(1 dam Flying Whigg by William's Woodstock Arabian. 3d dam 
Toints, own sister to the Bald Galloway by the St. Victor Barb, 4th dam Grey Why- 
uot by Whynot, son of the Fenwick Barb, out of a Royal mare. The Little Hartley 
mare was also the dam of Janus and Old England, and a filly by the Godolphin 
Arabian, which filly was the dam of Merlin by Second, Babraham Blank by Babraham, 
etc. Blank was not successful as a race-horse but was an exceedingly valuable 
stallion, and sire of Chatsworth out of Fairy by Shepherd's Crab; Chrysolite, 'Gaiidy 
and Gamesome, out of Blossom by Pantou's Crab; Pacolet out of Whiteneck by 
Panton's Crab, son of Aleoek Arabian ; Paymaster out of Snap Dragon by Snap, son 
of Snip ; Tatler out of Spectator's dam by Partner. Blank was the sire of Countess, 
out of a daughter of Rib, son of Crab. Countess was the dam of Horatia and Achilles 
by Eclipse, Delpini by Highflyer, etc. Horatia was the dam of Stamford by Sir Peter, 
and his brothers, the Derby winners, Paris, 1806, and Archduke, 1799, imp. into 
Virginia. Blank also got Dizzy (out of Dizzy by Driver, son of the Wynn Arabian), 
she the dam of Grey Dorimant by Dorimant, son of Otho ; Golden Grove, the dam of 
Petvvorth by Herod out of Spinster, the Widdrington mare, by Partner ; Helen (the dam 
of Riot and Brim by Siiuirrel) out of Mab by Crab ; Horatia, dam of Jnno by Spectator, 
and her sister (the dam of imp. Diomed), out of a daughter of Flying Childers ; Julia, 
dam of Promise by Snap, and Princess by Herod, out of Spectator's dam by Partner; 
Lilly, dam of Hippona by Snap, Jocasta and Drone by Herod, out of Peggy by Cade; 
Principessa, dam of Heinel by Squirrel, out of a daughter of the Cullen Arabian. 

Little Hartley mare was the dam of Tortoise and his sister by Whitefoot, son 
of Bay Bolton. This Whitefoot mare was the dam of the Gower stallion by the 
Godolphin Arabian. The Gower stallion was the sire of Little David, Lord Gower's 
Sweejistakcs (sire of Vonng Sweepstakes, Trentham, Whitelegs, Corsair, Doctor, etc.), 
Clio (dam of Conqueror by Bajazet), etc. The Godolphin Arabian got Regnlns, 
and his sister (the dam of Folly by Blank, and Co<inette by the Compton Barb, 
slie the dam of Camilla, Glider, etc., by Trentham), dam Grey Robinson by the 
Bald Galloway, 2d liam sister to Old Country Wench by Snake, son of the Lister 
Turk, oil dam (irey Wilkes, sister to Clnmsy by Hautboy, 4th dam Miss Betty 
D'Arcy's Pet mare, daughter of a Sedbury Royal mare. Regulus was a bay horse 
foaled in 1739. Under the name of Sweetlips he won a unmljer of races, and at six 
years old lie won eight Royal Plates and one £,'>0 Plate. He was never beaten, 
and was superior to any horse of his day. Regnlns was noted as a stallion, and 
was the sire of Careless, Cato, Morwick Ball, Adolphus, Elephant, South, Turk. 
Prophet, Vampire (imported), etc. He was also the sire of A la Grecque. dam of 
Poutac and sister by Marske, Balloon, Emnni and Maria by Telemachns. Kegnlus 
also got Sjiiletta, ont of Mother Western by Smith's son of Snake, own brother 
to 'William's Sciuirrel by Lister's Snake, out of an Akaster Turk male. Sjiiletta was 
the dam of O'Kelly's Eclipse and his sister Proserpine and brother tiarrick 
(Hyperion), etc. The Godolphin Arabian was also sire of Babraham, Mogul, Marl- 
borongh, and imported Selima, out of the L.arge Hartley mare by Mr. Hartley's 
Blind Horse, son of the Hiildcnicss Tnik. (iodolphin Arabian also sired Bajazet 
(foaled in 1740). ilaiii by Wlutct'uol, giandam by Liredes, out of the Moonah 
Barb mare. 

Rachel, dam of the noted Highflyer by I [ciikI. and Mark .\nthony by Spectator, was 
out of a daughter of Regnlns by the (iodoliihiu Arabian ; Rautipole, dam of Xyinph 
and Nimble by Florizel,^oii of Herod, out of sister to Careless by Regulus : Rutilia. 
sister to Rachel, ilam of .Jocasta and Harmony by Herod ; Sally, dan\ of im]>. 
St. George, out of Poi)i)ct by Black Chance, sou of Mutton's Bay Barb : Saiipho. 
the dam of Soi)lionisl)a by S(inirrcl, and Madcaii liy F.cliiKsc, out of a daughter of 



THE TIIOKOrCIinnEl) HOUSE. 47 

Blaze, sou of Flying Childers ; Sophia, dam of Jewel by Squirrel, aud Cricket by 
llcrod, out of Lord Leigh's Diana 1)y Second ; Toy, sister to Pacolet, dam of Mari- 
gold by Herod, out of Wbiteneck by Crab. The Matcheui blood in the male line is 
almost extinct in England, and has but few reputable representatives. The best 
now living is Barcaldine (a hue race-horse) by Solon, son of West Australian by 
Melbourne, dam Ballyroe by Belladrum, son of Stockwell, out of Bon Accord by 
Adventurer; Morion (winner of Ascot Gold Cup) by Barcaldine, dam Chaplet by 
Beadsman, out of Mailanie Eglantine by Cowl ; Carlton (winner of the Doncaster 
Cup) by Pell Mell, son of Young Melliourne by Melbourne, dam Bonny Spec by 
Speculum, out of Bonny May by Xewniiuster ; Kilwarlin (won the St. Leger in 1887) 
by Arbitrator, son of Solon by West Australian, dam Hasty Girl by Lord Gough, 
KDU of Gladiateur, out of Irritation by King of Trumps, and Plebeian by Joskin, sou 
of West Australian, dam Queen Elizalirth by Autocrat, son of Bay Middletou, out 
of Bay Rosalind by Orlando. In America we are remarkably strong in this blood, 
especially from the Melbourne line. Imp. Darebin, a superior race-horse, by The 
Peer, son of Melbourne, dam Lurline by Traducer, son of The Libel by Panta- 
loon, out of Mermaid by King Tom; Wilful by imp. Australian, son of Melbourne, 
dam imp. Pussy by Diopliantus, son of Orlando, out of Agapemone by Bay Middle- 
ton, a good race-horse and successful stallion for his chances ; the American-bred 
Springbok, winner of the fastest 2J miles in the world in 3.56J, by imp. Australian 
dam Hester by Lexington, out of Heads I Say by Glencoe ; the brothers Spendthrift, 
sire of Kingston, Fellowcraft, 4 miles in 7.19f, and Miser, sire of Yorkville Belle 
by imp. Australian, dam ^Erolite by Lexington, out of Florine by Glencoe ; Wildidle, 
4 miles in 7.25i, by imp. Australian, dam Idlewild, 4 miles iu 7.26J, by Lexington, 
out of Florine by Glencoe ; Duke of Montrose, a good race-horse and stallion, by 
Waverly, son of imp. Australian, dam Kelpie by imp. Bonnie Scotlajid, out of Sister 
to Ruric by imp. Sovereign; Harry O'Fallou, sire of Terra Cotta, etc., by imp. 
Australian, dam imp. Sunny South by Birdcateher, out of Equal Ijy The Cure, purely 
English bred: Strathmore, a line race-horse, Ijy Waverly, son of imp. Australian, 
dam Brenna by imp. Knight of St. George, son of Birdcateher, out of Levity by 
imp. Trustee ; Atilla (winner of Travers' stake) by imp. Australian, dam I'ltima by 
Lexington, out of L'tilla by imp. Margrave. 

The Coinpton Barb (the Sedley Grey Arabian) was brought to F.ngland by 
Mr. Coinpton, and became the property of Sir Charles Sedley, after wluili he was 
known as the Sedley Grey Arabian. He was principally noted as the sire of Coquette, 
out of sister to Reguhis by the Godoliihiii Arabian. Coquette was the dam of 
Camilla, Glider, Driver, Darter, Cocker, and two unuamed fillies by Trcntham, son 
of Sweepstakes by the Gower stallion. Camilla was the dam of Colibri, Catheriue, 
Sophia, Crazy, Poetess aud Humming Bird by Woodpecker, son of Herod, Ragged 
Jack by Highflyer, and Jerboa by Gohanua. Catheriue was a famous brood marc, 
dam of Golumpus, Hedley, Kate, Wanderer and Vagabond by Gohanna, son of 
Mercury by Eclipse, Slipper by Precipitate, Sprite by Bobtail, son of Precipitate, 
by Mercury, Rectory by Octavius, and Worthy by Whalebone. Sprite was the dam 
of Variety by Scliui or Soothsayer, Amiable by OrviUe, aud Spite by Tiresias. 
Huniniing Bird was the dam of Mouse (Vittoria's dam), Hauna aud Fun. all by 
Gidianna. Jerboa was a noted successful brood mare. She was the dam of Lacerta 
by Zodiac, that produced The Little Known by Muley, Little Wonder by the same 
(winner of the Derby in 1840), Fawn by .Smoleusko, she the dam of Venison by 
Partisan. Venison is the sire of Kingstou, out of Queen Anne by Slane. Kingston 
was the sire of Queen Bertha (the grandam of Childeric and Charibert), out of 
Flax by Suri)lice, Silverliair and imp. Xon Pareille, out of England's Beauty by 
Birdcateher. Silverhair was the dam of .Silvester and of Silvio, that won both the 
Derby and St. Leger, 1877, the latter by Blair Athol. Kingston also got Man-at- 
Arins, out of Paradigm by Paragone, Alarm out of Southdown by Defence, sire of 
the grandam of Petrarch, winner of the St. Leger, 1876. The Kiugston blood is 
highly esteemed for stoutness. 

After the Restoration, and when King Charles II. had been firmly settled on the 



48 THE TUOEOUGHIiEED HOKSE. 

throne, he sent Sir John Fenwick (Miister of the Horse and i^rouiiueut on the turf) 
abroad to jirocnre a number of high bred mares and stallions, and the mares so 
purchased were called Koyal mares, one of which was in foal and produced the 
noted Dodsworth, who was the sire of Dicky Piersou, sometimes called Sou of 
Dodswoith. Both of these names are found in many of the old pedigrees. Dodsworth 
got the grandam of Dyer's Dimple, and the latter was the sire of Sophonisba, out 
of sister to Little George by C'nrwen's Hay IJarb. Dodsworth was sire of the grau- 
dam of Grasshopper (Ancaster's), aud the great grandam of Spider by the Lonsdale 
Arabian. Dodsworth also sired the great grandam of Bay Laytou liy D'Arcy's Coun- 
sellor, and Brown Farewell by Slakeless, the latter the dam of Miss Partner by 
Partner, the dam of Young Cade by Cade, son of the Godoljjhin Arabian, and the 
sister to Sliss Partner (who was the dam of the noted Matcliem, that founded the 
Matchem line of blood, and Changeling his brother) by Cade, son of the Godolphiu 
Arabian. Another sister to Miss Partner was the dam of Dormouse bj- the Godolphiu 
Arabian, aud imp. Boltou by Shock. Sir John Fenwick also brought from abroad 
the Barb horse known as the Fenwick Barb, which w.as the sire of Why not, out of a 
Eoyal mare, and she was the dam of the Bald Galloway, Cupid, and Points by the St. 
Victor Barb. Points was the dam of Flying Whigg by William's Woodstock Arabiau, 
she the dam of the Large Hartley' and Little Hartley mares. The former was the 
dam of imp. Selima, that founded the Mollie Jackson family, Babraham, Mogul and 
Marlborough, all by the Godolphiu Arabian. The latter was the dam of Janus, 
Blank and Old England by the Godolphiu Arabian, Tortoise by Whitefoot, and 
Slouch by Cade. Auother daughter of Whynot was the dam of Bay AVilkinson and 
his sister by Snake, and a tilly by Hnttou's Grey Barb, that w.as the dam of Grise- 
wood's Partner by Old Partuer. Through the descendants of the Bald Galloway, 
Grisewood's Partner and Selima, the blood of the Fenwick Barb has been trans- 
initte<l to many of the best horses of this day. 

After the death of Charles IL, the Eoyal mares were dispersed throughout the 
Kingdom, and their female descendants were called Eoyal mares. The Sedbury 
Eoyal mare was the dam of llutton's Eoyal colt by the Helmsley Turk, and great gran- 
dam of Old Country Wench, and her sister by Lister's Snake, D'Arcy Eoyal mare, 
dam of Hautboy by D'Arcy W^hite Turk, the Blunderbuss Eoyal mare, dam of Old 
Eoyal by Holderness Turk, aud grandam of Hartley's Blind Horse by the same 
Turk, D'Arcy's Eoyal maro, dam of Brimmer by the D'Arcy Yellow Turk, Cliristopher 
D'Arcy's Eoyal mare, to which traces the dam of Eachel Ijy Blank, she the dam of 
Mark Anthony by Spectator, and Highflyer by Herod, the D'Arcy Black-legged 
Eoyal mare, whose daughter by Lord Oxford's Dun Arabian was the dam of Miss 
Slamerkin by Young True Blue, she the dam of Bustard, Othello (Black-and-all- 
Black) and Oroonoko, all by Crab, and Duchess by Whitenose. There are other 
Eoyal uuires, but the larger uuml)er of them were in the Sedbury stud of the D'Arcy 
family. Lord D'Arcy imported the White Turk (called also Sedbury Turk), who was 
the sire of Old Hautboy (Wilke's). He got Grey Hautboy, the sire of Bay Bcdton, 
out of daughter of Makeless, Wyudham, the dam of Lister's Snake, the dams of 
Almanzor aud Aleppo by Darley Arabian, Terror by Akaster Turk, aud Chainijion by 
Sir J. Harpur's Arabian. D'Arcy Yellow Turk got tlio noted Spanker, out of Old 
Peg (old Morocco mare) by the Morocco Barb, out of Old Bald IVg by an Arabian, 
out of a Barb mare. 

Tlie Curwen Bay Barb and Thoulonsc^ Barb were imported in the reign of King 
Charles II. They were a i)i'escnt from Miiley Islimael, King of Morocco, to Louis XI V. 
of Frame. They were brought from liarbary when Count of riioulouse was liord 
High Admiral of the Fleet and Count Byrain was Master of tlu^ Horse to the Mon- 
arch. Mr. Curweu, of Workington, got possession of these Barbs and brought them 
to England. The Cnrwen Bay ISarb, from a daughter of Old Spot, .son of the Selaby 
Turk, out of a mare by the White-legged Lowther Barb, out of the old Vintner mare, 
got Mixbury, his two sisters and Whiteneck. One of these sisters was the dam of 
MissJigg and Croft's Partner by Jigg, Soreliecls and his sister by Hasto, and the 
Other was the dam of Sloven bv Bay Bolton. Miss .Iigg was tlie dam of Monkey by 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 49 

Lonsdale Bay Arabian. The si.ster to Sorelieels was the dam of the noted Crab by 
Ak'ock Avabiau, Blacklegs, Bay Basto, Second, liii), Snip and Brown Basto, all by 
Flying C'liilders. The Cnrweu Bay Barb was famous also as the sire of Brocklesby 
and Brocklesby Betty, ont of Mr. Lister's Hobby niai-e by his Turk, grandam Piping 
Peg. Brocklesby Betty was fauions on the turf, and was the dam of the grey mare 
Brocklesby by Greyhound, and she the dam of Grey Brocklesby by Bloody Buttocks, 
and Bay Brocklesby by Partner. It is to this liue of blood to which trace in direct 
female line the following good horses : Octavius, Bob Booty, Cannon B.'iU, Bretby, 
S<. Martin, imported Mickey Free, Chanticleer, Solou, Tom Kiug, Xenophou, Low- 
land Chief, Zealot, Hagioscope, Barcaldine, Ossian, Ambergris, Signorina. imp. Fila- 
gree and her daughters, imp. Gazelle and her descendants. 

In the reign of James II. the StraiUing, or Lister Turk, was brought to England. 
This Turk was taken in ll)8(i, at the siege of Buda, by the Duke of Berwick, who sold 
him to Mr. Lister, of Lincolnshire, in whose stud he became famous under the name 
of the Lister Turk. He got Brisk and Coneyskins, out of a daughter of .ligg, sou of 
the Byerly Turk, gramlam of Bolton Sweepstakes Mr. Lister's Snake (the sire of 
AVilliam"s Siiuirrel and his own brother, Smith's son of .Snake) out of :i daughter of the 
Akaster Turk, the Hobby mare, dam of Brocklesby Betty, and her sister, the dam of 
Mr. Pelham's Hip by Curwen Bay Barb. Through these, and particularly Coney- 
skins and Mr. Lister's .Snake, the Lister Turk must bo regarded as one of the Eastern 
progenitors of the thoroughbred horse. 

Lonsdale Bay Arabian was the property of Lord Lonsdale. He got Lord Lons- 
dale's Monkey, Spider, .Sultan, etc., and Mr. Pantou's Veteran. He also got the dam 
of Miss Ramsden by Cade, out of sister to Bonny Lass by Bay Bolton. Miss Ramsdeu 
was noted as the dam of Woodpecker, Quicksand, Wormwood and Whipcord, all by 
Herod. Woodpecker was famous as the sire of imp. Buzzard, out of Misfortune by 
Dux, son of Matchem. Buzzard sired the three brothers, Selim, Castrel and Rubens. 
Woodpecker also sired a large number of valuable brood mares, including Ambrosia 
(the dam of Fanny by Diomed, Cripple by Saltram, etc.), Colibri (dam of Princess by 
Precipitate, Cardinal Beaufort and Cauopus by Gohanna). Rosina (dam of Hermes by 
Mercury), Wren (the dam of imp. Robin Redbreast, Agonistes, Tiney and Milo, all by 
Sir Peter), and the dams of Fractious by Mercury, Fraxinella by Treutham, and Pet- 
worth by Precipitate. 

The Houeywood Arabian (known by the name of Willian)'s Turk) was im- 
ported to England by Sir John Williams iu the reigu of King William. Sir 
John sold him to Mr. Honeywood, hence his name. In 1709 Mr. Houeywood bred 
his Byerly Turk mare to this Arabian, and the grey colt, foaled iu 1710, was named 
True Blue, and won the King's Plate at York in 1718, in which year the Byerly Turk 
mare produced Young True Blue, his full brother, who was the best plate horse of his 
day. There were two sisters to the two True Blues. It is to these two sisters of the 
True Blues to which trace, iu direct female line, nearly all the best race-horses and 
stallions for more than one hundred years, iucluding .Sir Peter, imi>. Buzzard, .Sky- 
scraj>er, Spadille, Champion, Tramp, Master Henry, Bizarre, imp. Chateau Margaux, 
Rector, Velocipede, The Saddler, Glaucus, Lanercost, Galaor, Sleight of Hand, Flat- 
catcher, Jeremy Diddler. Pyrrhus the First, Van Tromp, The Flying Dutchman, Stock- 
well, Rataplan, King Tom, Hobble Noble, Galopin, Chattanooga, Wiudhouud, Kettle- 
<lrum, Knight of the Garter, Mr. Winkle, Statesman, Ivan, Artillery, Plum Pudding, 
Toxophiliti-, Knowsley, Tim Whittier, Lacydes, Musket, Victor by Vindex, Cardinal 
York, Paul Jones, Victorious, Tomahawk, Gen. Peel, Vermouth, Favonius, Bruce, Ver- 
tugadin. Master Kildare, Wellingtouia (iu France), Pride of Prussia, Border Minstrel, 
Quicklime. Highland Chief. Maribyrnong (in Australia), imp. Rayon d'Or, imp. Robin 
Reilbreast, imp. King Ernest, imp. Escape (Horns), imp. Double Duke, imp. Oscar, 
imp. Eothi'U, imp. Consternation, imp. Lochiel, imp. Lapdog, imp. Mr. Pickwick, 
imp. Roman, imp. (Jleugarry, imp. Daluacardoch, imp. King Ban, American Eclipse, 
Viator, Reform, the imp. mares Castagnette, Cyclone, Angela, Periwinkle, Atheuais, 
Teardrop and many others of note. 

A number of Barb mares were iuiported to Englaud aud were designated by the 



50 THE TnOROUGHBKEI) HORSE. 

names of their owners. Tlie iSiutoii Barb mare, i>roperty of Mr. Barton, said to have 
been a uatiiral Barb mare, havl a colt, St. Martin by Spanker, anil a filly Jjy DoJs- 
worth. This filly by Dodsworth was the dam of Morgan's Dun by a son of the 
Helmsley Turk, and an own sister to him, wliicli jiroduced a filly by Hautbuy. The 
Barton Barb mare had also a filly by Dicky Pierson, son of Dodsworth. Tliis Dicky 
Pierson mare was the dam of Old Thornton and her sister by Brimmer, son of the 
D'Arcy Yellow Turk. Old Thornton was the dam of Chestnut Thornton by Makeless, 
she the dam of Lusty Thornton by Croft"s Bay Barb, Desdemona by Greyhound, and 
Woodcock Thornton by Woodcock, son of Bustler by the Helmsly Turk. Lusty 
Thornton was the dam of Brown Wooilcock by Woodcock, and Ringbone by Partner. 
The latter was the dam of Ancaster Starling, Madame Flirt, Miss Starling and Miss 
Starling Junior, all by Bolton (Old) Starling, a filly by Bloody Buttocks (.\rabiau), 
a filly by Kegnlus, Barforth and a sister by Forester, son of Hartley's Blind 
Horse, Legacy by Cade, and the chestnut filly Mary Grey, foaled in 1742, and 
imported to America, by Roundhead, son of Flying Childevs. The sister to Old 
Thornton produced Bay Thornton, who had a filly- by Croft's Bay Barb, and four 
fillies by Greyhound. Brown Woodcock Lad Emma, Miss Doe and two sisters by 
Greyhound, Miss Barforth and her sister (dam of Miss Makeless) by Croft's Partner> 
etc. This sister to Miss Barforth was also dam of Roger of the Vale (Jolly Roger), 
Imported to America, by Roundhead, son of Flying Childers, Brown Slipby by Slipby, 
and Brown Starling by Bolton Starling. It is from this Burton Barb mare that has 
descended in direct female line Pho'uomeuon, Mungo, Dick, Waverley, Safeguard, 
Whiskey, Selim, Castrel, Rubens, Camillus, Ardrossan, Catton, Whitelock, Black- 
lock, Bobadil, St. Giles, Sir Hercules, Irish Drone, Margrave (imported), Don John, 
Hetman Platoff, Harkaway, Womersley, Cremorue, Voltigeur, Surplice, Cowl, 
Ithuriel, King of Tramps (by Velocipede), Teddiugton, The Marq,uis (hy Stock- 
well), St. Albans, Lord Clifden, Mask, Skirmisher, Lecturer, Camballo, Martyrdom, 
Pell Mell, Carnelion, Thnrio, ITmpire (Tom King), Althotas, Brag, Sheen, Gold, imp. 
Ainderby, imp. Billet, imp. Chance, imp. Claret, imp. Contract, imp. Eagle, imp. 
Hurrah, imp. Nonplus, imp. Skylark, imp. Spread Eagle, imp. St. George, imp. 
Thunderstorm and imp. Yorkshire. 

A Royal mare of Capt. Appleyard's, bred tj Brimmer (or, as some reports allege, 
to Sou of Brimmer), produced a filly, which, bred to Bethcll's Castaway, son of Mer- 
lin, produced a filly, which filly was the dam of a filly by Bethcll's Arabian and one 
by Commoner (Wharton's), the latter was the dam of Grey Childers by Flying Chil- 
ders. This Castaway mare, above mentioned, was the dam of Bald Charlotte, first 
called Lady Legs, by Olil Royal, son of the Holderness Turk. Bald Charlotte's 
daughter by the Somerset Arabian was the dam of imp. Kitty Fisher by Cade, she 
the dam of^Vormsly's King Herod, Cripple Fearnought, Young Kitty Fisher, etc., by 
Imp. Fearnought, son of Kegnlus by the Godolphin Arabian. It is through Young 
Kitty Fisher and her daughter by Symme's Wildair that the noted race-horse and 
stallion Boston traces to this family. 

The Dick Barton Barl) mare produced Ruftler and his sister by a sou of Brimmer 
(and mare by the Chesterfield Arabian). This sister to RuHier was the dam of a filly 
by Darley Arabian, slie the dam of u filly by Fox, son of Clumsey by Hautboy, which 
produced a filly by Blaze, son of Flying Childers. The Blaze mare was the dam of 
Kiot and Red Rose by Regulus, and Riot was the dam of Flora (the dam of Ruler by 
Young Marske) by Lofty. It is to tliis Dick Burton mare that Ruler, Wanton, 
Fazzolctto, Cape Flyaway, The Speaker (by Filbert), Wallace and others trace in 
direct female line, 

Tlie natural Barb mare of Mr. Trcgonwell, bri'd to Place's White Turk, produced 
a filly, which, bred to the Tatfolet, or .Morocco Barb, produced also a lilly, and this 
filly, bred to the Byerly Turk, produced a filly which was the dam of Grey Ramsden 
by Grey Hautboy, a filly by Spanker, one by the Darley Arabian, and one by the 
Newcastle 1'urk. Tlie Darley Araliian mare was the dam of Merry Andrew by Fo.\, 
I'aragon by Sni)>, a filly by Lonsdale Bay Arabian, and a filly by Partner (Croft's). 
This Part ni-r mare was the dam of Naylor by Cade, son of the Godcdphin Arabian, 



THE THOEOUGHBRED HORSE. 51 

Spectator by Crab, son of the Alcock Arabian, Tatler, Julia and two sisters of Julia 
by Blank, son of the Godolpliin Arabian. Naylor was the dam of Contest, imp. 
C'entinel (foaled 1758, and imported into South Carolina), Nancy and others, all by 
Blank, Julia was the dam of Prize and Promise by Snap, and Princess by Herod. 
Promise was the dam of Patience, Peeress and Pallas by Herod, Prude, Peppermint 
and Prunella by Highflyer, and a tilly by Pot-8-o'-s. Prnuella was the dam of Pene- 
lope (Wire's dam), and Pawn, both by Trumpator, Parasol (Partisan's dam), by 
Pot-8-o'-s, Pioneer by Whiskey, Waxy Pope (Pope), winner of the Derby in 1809, 
Pledge (Tiresias' dam). Pope Joan and Prudence, all by Waxy, son of Pot 8-o'-s by 
Eclipse, and Piquet by Sorcerer. It is to this Tregonwell Barb mare that the follow- 
ing horses trace in direct female line : Woodpecker, Goldtiuder, Waxy Pope, Whale- 
bone, Whisker, Partisan, Turcoman, Rockingham, Bay Middleton, John Davis, Fitz 
Roland, Lord Lyon, Dollar, Trumpeter, Nutbourne, The Nob, Verulam, The Cossack, 
Melbourne, Bran, (innboat, Beud'or, Robert the Devil, Brocket, Uncas, Fetterlock, 
Silvio, Speculum, Charibert, Childeric, Blue Gown, Ca-ruleus, Favo, Pellegrino, 
Trappist, Craig Millar, Silvester, Orphelin, King of Trumps (by Lord Clifden), The 
Lambkin, Glen Arthur, Controversy, Town Moor, Privateer, Victor Chief, The 
Confessor (by The Palmer), Paradox, The Bard (by Petrarch), Minting, imjj. Glencoe, 
imp. Eclipse (Morris"), imp. Riddlesworth, imii. Athlete, imp. Scythian, imp. Blue 
Mantle, imp. Glen Lyon, imp. Tubal Cain, Belmont (of California), Uncas, and 
Wanderer by Lexington, and a number of good producing mares. 

The mares which have found(!d families in America are a study to lovers and 
admirers of racing lineage. One of the most prominent of these, whose descendants 
have always been famous on the turf and in the stud, was the Cu]> mare. She was 
a bay mare, foaled in 1762, by Cub, son of Foi by Clumsey by old Hantboy, her dam 
Amaranthiis' dam by Second, son of Flying Childers, grandam sister to Vane's Little 
Partner by Partner, son of Jigg by the Byerly Turk, great grandam sister to Guy by 
Greyhound (son of King William's White Barb, Chillaby, out of .Slugey, a natural Barb 
inare), she out of Brown Farewell by Makeless, son of the Oglethorpe Arabian, tracing 
to the noted Layton Barb mare. This Cub mare was imported along with Wildair 
by Gen. Jas. DeLancey, of New York, in 1764. W^ildair was repurchased and sent 
back to Englanil in 1773. Gen. DeLancey bred several foals by Wildair out of this 
Cub mare. Hero, Moulton, Ruth Black Eyes, Bashaw (foaled 1767), and Maria Slam- 
erkin. better known as Cld Slainerkin or Miss Slamerkin, and it is from this last 
mare that so many of the best race-horses in our day derive their origin. Old Slam- 
erkin had (in 1788) a filly by imp. Obscurity, sou of Eclipse, Moll by imp. Figure, 
Fair American by Lloyd's Traveler (this line is nearly extinct), and Dido by imp. 
Bay Richmond, son of Feather by the Godolphiu Arabian. 

The Obscurity inare of 1788 was the dam of a tilly called the Robin mare by 
imp. Robin Redbreast, who produced Thornton's Rattler, 1816 ; Childers, l'il7 ; 
Sumpter, 1^18 ; Elizabeth, 1819, and ITirtilla, 1820— all by Sir Archy. The horses 
were good stallions, and in the female line from Flirtilla have come a large number 
of superior race-horses. Flirtilla produced Tom Kimball, 1832, and Mary Wynii, 
1833, by American Eclipse, the former sent to Canada; Antoinette, 1829, and Flir- 
tilla, .Ir., 1828, by her own sire, Sir Archy ; Gaslight by imp. Chateau Margaux. 
Flirtilbi, Jr., produced, 1836, Olympius by American Eclipse ; Ringgold, a superior 
race horse and good stallion, 1842, by Boston, and Cassandr.a, 1838, by imp. Priam. 
It is to this last that we look for the descendants of this line. Cassandra produced 
Trojan, 1847; B.isil, 1818; Philo, 18r)l, all by Maniu^r, son of Shark by American 
Eclipse; and Prophet, 18.56, by imp. Monarch. Philo produced Coustantine, 1858, 
by Revenue, son of imp. Trustee, and Lady Blessington, 1861, by imp. Eclipse, son 
of Orlando by Touchstone. Lady Blessington produced Count D'Orsay, 1870, a good 
rnci-liorse, by Kentucky; The Countess, 1871, by Kentucky; The Baroness, 1874, by 
Kentucky ; Lord Lytton, 1876, by Kentucky or Kingfisher, 1878, Lady Rosebery, 
1878, Fairwater, 1880, Duchess, 1881, and Lord Beaconstield, 1832, all by Kingfisher. 
The Countess was the dam of Falco, Le Petit Due, Contessa, (jran<l Duke and 
Peeress liy imp. Ill I'sed. These all racc<l well, and Contessa is the dam of the 



52 THE THOItorcHBlSKD HOr>SE. 

■wiiiiHT Mk)set by King AU'ouso. The Baroness is the dam of Baronella (Music's 
diiui) by imj). Matador, sou of Gladiateur, Balleriua aud Uadge (a very sviperior 
raee-borse and wiuuer iu fast time), l)otli by imi). Ill Used ; Barcarola and Berceuse, 
both by Falsetto Lady Rosebery was the dam of Lady Primrose, Lady Margaret, 
aud Lord Dalmeuy by imp. Ill Used. These were all good performers ou the turf 
aud valuable iu the stud. Fairwaler is the dam of Gracie by imp. Siddartha, Katie 
b.v imp. Macaroon, and Laugbiug Water (a good two-year old) by imp. Dalnacar- 
doch. Duchess is the dam of Wattersou, a good race-horse, by imp. Great Tom. 

Old Slamerkin produced Moll (Vonug Cub) by imp. Figure. Moll was the dam 
of Cocktighter aud Esopus, good horses, by imp. Grey Highlander; Major Moll and 
Lady .Jane by imp. Obscurity ; .Jane Hunt, 1796, aud her sister by Wade Hampton's 
Paragon, son of imp. Flimuap, son of (South by Reguhis. It is from .Jane Hunt that 
this Hue descends to us. She was the dam, 1802, of ludiana by Butler's Columbus, 
sou of imp. Pantaloon by Herod ; Shepherdess, 1803, by imp. Speculator, son of 
Dragon by Woodpecker by Herod ; Sally Sneed, 1807, by imp. Buzzard ; Tiger, 1812, 
and Grecian Princess, 1816, by Cook's or Blackburn's Whip, son of imp. Whip. 
Indiana was the dam of Hannah Harris (Paragon), 1807, by imp. Buzzard. Hannah 
Harris produced Aurora, 1847, by Aratus, son of Director liy £ir Archy. Aurora 
])roduced Laucess (Miss Laucess), 1?35, by Lance, son of American Eclipse. Lancess 
raced successfully, and wa.s the dam in 18-U of Ariel by imp. Sarpedon, 184.5, 
Fanny G. by imp. Margrave, son of Muley, and, 1849, Emma Taylor by imp. Gleucoe. 
Ariel produced Corinne, 18.52, by imp. Glencoe, aud she iu 1861 ])roiliiced Virginia 
by Revenue, sou of Imp. Trustee. Virginia in 1868 produced Jennie C. by Norfolk, 
1875, Lottery, and, 1879, sister to Lottery by Monday, son of Colton by Lexington, 
1883, Virgiuiu8 l>y Longfield, and iu 1884 Bagatelle by Jim Brown, sou of Foster by 
Lexington. Jennie C. is the dam of Mark L., 1875, sister to Mark L., 1879, aud 
Priideuce, 18-'5, all by Monday, aud Jessie C, ISSl, by Bishop, sou of Shauuou by 
Monday. Sister to Lottery is the dam of Loto, Corona and other lillics by Norfolk, 
son of Lexington. Fauuy G. was a speedy, good race-mare, aud the dam of Liz Mardis, 
1S53, by imp. Glencoe; Endorser, 1856, a tine race horse, by Wagner; Flora G., 1859, 
Falcon, 1860, Lady Dan Bryant, 1862. all by Lexington ; Emma Maratta, 1865, aud 
A'idette, 1867, both by Vandal ; Estella, 1866, by imp. Australian. Estella is the 
dam of Alma Mater, the dam of the trotters Alcantara, record 2 23 ; Alcyone, 2.27; 
Alicia, 2.30; Almater, 2.29i, and Arbiter, 2.22i, aud Fauuy B., 1870, by Asteroid. 
Liz Mardis was the dam of Leon, 1864, Sir Rufus, 1868, and in 1873 of a bay filly, all 
by Lexington; Coquina, 1870, by imp. Australian; Dame Winnie, 1871, by Planet 
(she the dam ofBiidget £lla, 1878, by Wanderer, sou of Lexington, aud the trotters 
Big Jim, record 2 23^, Palo Alto 2.0-<J, and Gertrude, Russell, 2.23*), and a bay lilly, 
1873, by Asteroid. Leon produced chestnut tilly. 1869, by Colossus, and Gait Reporter, 
1870, by same ; Lottie, 1874, by King Tom, souof Lexingtou ; Mecca, 1882, by imp. Billet, 
and Hiudoostane, 1884, by Hindoo. Lottie by King Tom is the dam of Winnamncca, 
Ballet and Bassanio by imp. Billet, and Moutpelier by Hindoo. Estella is also the 
dam of bay BUy, Timbrel, 1879, by imp. Saxon, Miss Lady, 1882, by Falsetto, Wel- 
come, 1883, and Stella, 1885, both by imi>. Mortemcr, aud Elhelda, 1884, by imp. 
Moccasin, son of Macaroni ; the last named dam oi Ethelair by imp. Pizarro. 
Emma Taylor produced Eva Bulwer (.Miss Bulwer), 1857, by Bnlvver, sou of (Jrey 
Eagle, she the dani of Ruth Ryan aud Jewel by Lodi, sou of imp. Yorkshire. This 
stock is owned in California. Emma Taylor is also the dam of Montezuma, 18.59, 
.Stridcaway, 185S, and Trampolette, 1860, all by Billy Cheatham, son of Cracker by 
Boston. Trampolette ])rodiiced Julia Morgan, 1877, Mercedes (Vivaudii^re), 1876, 
and Gipsy, 1879, all by Lodi. Mercedes is the dam of Mamie T. ami her sister by 
Whcatly, sou of \Var Dance. These are owned in Kaucho del Paso stud, California. 

Hannah Harris also produced Jenny Slamerkin, 1823, by Tiger, he by Whip, out 
of Jane Hunt, the graudam of Hannah Harris. Jenny Slamerkin produced Miss 
Obstinate, 1829. by Sumpter, aud The Mnle and her sister by Meiloc, son of American 
Eclipse. Miss Obstinate greatly iiicrcasc<l the reputation of this family. Sho 
was the dam of .Morgiana. 1831, by Tlidnit.iii's Rattler (bnither to Suiii]iter), Mary 



THE THOEOTGHBRED HOKSE. 53 

Jlorris, 183G, by Meiloc. Ann Inuis, 1838, by American Eclipse, Solo, 1850, 
Marchiouess, 1851, and Kitty Clark, 1853, all by imp. Glencoe. Mary Moi-ris was 
famous on the turf, ami was the tlam of chestnut mare by imp. Kuvoy, son of Jlemuoii 
by Whisker, Wild Irishman, 1850, Frankfort, 1851 (both excellent race-horses), by 
imp. Gleucoe, and Grey JIare by Grey Eagle, son of AVoodpeckcr. The Envoy mare 
produced Glencona, 1855, by imp. Gleucoe, who in 1861 produced Elkhorna by Lex- 
ington, she the dam of Butler, 1870, and Arcturus, 1872, by Planet, Farfaletta, 
1867, and Elkhorn, 1871, by imp. Australian. Farfaletta produced Pirouette. 1873, by 
Harvey Villian, son of Asteroid, Felicia. 1874, by imp. Phaeton, Falsetto, 1876 (a 
grand race-horse and one of the popular stallions of the day), and his sisters, 
Fortuna, 187.5, and Fac Simile, 1881, by Enquirer, Farf;idette, 1886, by imp. .Siddartha. 
Pirouette produced Hattie Harris, 1880, Wood River, 1881, Avondale, 1882, Gem ofthe 
Mountains, 1883, and .Susie S., 1884, all by Marmaduke, son of Enquirer. Hattio 
Harris is the dam ofthe winners Spectator by Springbok, and Cornie Buckingham by 
Powhattan. The remainder of this branch of the family are in the Fleetwood stud, 
Kentucky, and have bred winners. 

The Grey Eagle mare produced Eaglcss, 18.55, by imp. Glencoe, American 
(Volscian), 1857, by Vandal, Priscilla, 1859, by imp. Scythian, Annette, 1860, by 
Lexington, Jenny H., 1861, by imp. Knight of St. George, Delia, 1866, by Rifleman, 
son of Glencoe, and, in 1867, a grey tilly by Lodi. Eagless produced Luna, 1863, and 
Mat Eagless, 1864, by .Swigert's Lexington, son of Lexington, Mary Clark, 186~, and 
Lexington Belle, 1875, by Lexington, Grey Planet, 1869, Steel Eyes, 1871, and Eaglet, 
1876, all by I'hinet, and, in 1-70, Lizzie Lucas by imp, Australian, They nearly all 
raced successfully. Luna was the dam of Glenmary, 1874 (a twin), by imp. Gleuelg, 
Mamie R., 1877, Minnie D., 1878, both by Longfellow, and Nannie R., 1879, by Virgil. 
Glenmary is the dam of Glen Ban and Catharine Ban by imp. King Ban, and bay 
mare Loraine by Lisbon. Xannie R. left the tilly Cheekie, by Longfollow. Mat 
Eagless produced Juanita by Wanderer, and she produced Nita, Fanita, Carroll, Blue 
Vail. Hazel Hurst and others. Mary Clark produced Preclosa, 1876, Spark. 1878 
(both winners), by imp. Leamington, Pure Rye, 1883, Grey Dawn, 1885, and Old Rye, 
18><6, winners, by imp. Billet. Lizzie Lucas produced Cerise by imp. Moccasin (she 
the dam of Cherry Stone by King Bolt, and Wild Cherry by Wilful, and the great two- 
year old Morillo by Eolus, winner of 11 out of 14 races this year). Chimera (dam 
of Chimere by Iroquois), Cyclops, Cambyses, Cleola, Cleofas and Vera by imp. Morte- 
mer, and Leonora by imp. .Sir Modred. Eaglet produced Olanthe, Laura Garrison 
ami .Spring Eagle (Sadie Mc) by .Springbok. Annette went to California. .She was 
the dam of Oliver Cromwell, Charley Chase and Camilla Urso by Lodi, Carrie C. 
(Covey) by Monday, and Jim Farley by Hubbard, and the trotter Ansel, 2.20, iu 
Mr. Kobert Bonner's stud. Camilla Urso was the dam of Raven by Monday, and 
Armada by CrichtiUi. sun of Glencoe (she dam of Meda Howard by Sacramento, son 
of i;irteman, and Hazel by Balboa, son of Norfolk), Miss Camilla (Mozelle) by Mon- 
day, and brown marc, 1880, by .Shannon. Carrie Covey is the dam of Marin by Thad. 
.Stevens, sou of Langford. Marin is the dam of Reata by Milner, aiul Marinette by 
imp. Partisan, son of Tomahawk, Catalina by Wheatly, Sonoma by Longtield, and 
Bessie Barnes by imp. Darebin. Jenny H. produced Jenny Black, 1867, and Jenny 
Patterson, 1869, by imp, Australian, Jentling and Saturn by Planet; Darnley, Ada S. 
JIanette and Toledo by Asteroid, Rosa R, and L'seful by Pat Malloy. Jentling is 
the dam of Vassar by Virgil (she the dam of Vellum, Mary Porter, Perkins, alias Ben 
Hur, and Paris by imp. Billet, and a bay fill.v, 18J<8, by the same sire). Gentle by 
Baywood, and bay filly, 1888, by im]>. Rotherhill, Ada S. produced two tillies. Leona 
anil Surprise, by Big Fellow, son of War Dance. Manette produced Maryetta by 
Red Bluff, son of imp. Australian, Emma Gene and sister by Store,v, sou of Monarch- 
ist. Useful is the dam of Patnios, Laura Ford, etc., by Longfellow. The Mule pro- 
duced Our Gal, 18.50, .lean D'.Vrc, 1851, and Margaret Morris, 1852, by imp. Glencoe, 
the last of which was the dam of Harper, Marquis. Marsellaise, Mary Morris and 
Morris, all by Lexingtmi, Mary Morris was (he ilam of Lizzie Gant (Bob Forsyth's 
dam), Annie Lexington (dam of Brevet by Brigadier, and Bonnie Annie by .<(ot- 



Oi THE TIIOItOl'GHBIlED HORSE. 

lauder), both by Exeliecqaer, sou of ReYenuo and Bonuie Park by Bonnie Scotland, 
sho the dam of East Lake and Bonuie May by Enquirer, and Bracken by Bramble. 

Kitty Clark, 18.53, by Glencoe produced Charlotte Bufonl, 1857, Auu Clark, 1859, 
Dr. Lindsey, 1861, Maiden, 1863, La Henderson, 186.5, Uncle Nick, 1866, and Utica, 
1870, all by Lexiugton, Kosa Clark, 1864, and Kith, 1873, both by imp. Australian, 
and (ileudolen by imp. Glen Athol. Charlotte Buford was a good mare and the dam of 
Charade, CuUoden and Florence I. by imp. Australian, and Ida May by Planet. 
Florence I. is the dam of Florence Payne by Blarneystoue, Florence Lamertine by 
T(mi Bowling, Florence Cook by War Dance, Powhattan II. by imp. Glenelg, Florio 
by Virgil, Florence Fonso by King Alfonso, Florimer by imp. Rayon d'Or, etc. A 
majority of these were good race-horses, and Florio is the dam of the winner Franco. 
Ida May is the dam of Flotsam (Pumice's dam) by Waverly, Jetsam (the dam of 
Venture) by imp. Strachino, sou of Parmesan, and Chissie May, etc., by C'lipses. 
Ann Clark produced Aspire, a bay filly by Escape, son of imp. King of Cymry, Mrs 
AVinslow by imp. Australian, and bay filly by Crichton, son of Glencoe. Aspire is 
dam of Alice Mur]>hy (dam of Donatello and Alice Racine) by Jim Murphy, son 
of West Roxbury, and .Josie (dam of Oleander by Aliunde, and Secret by Tennyson) 
by Ramadan. Mrs. Winslow is the dam of Mcthilde and Mateal, by Restless, son of 
Vouclier. Maiden was the best lilly of her year, and winner of a number of good 
stakes, including the Travers at Saratoga. She was the dam of Lady Washington, 
1870, by Beacon, sou of Lexington, James A., Parole (gelded, and oue of the best 
racehorses of his day, winner in both America and in England), Miueola, Perfection, 
Pawnee (gelded), Pappoose, Paw Paw and Powliattan, the successful stallion, all 
by imp. Leamington, and Parthenia by Al,arm. La<ly Washington is the dam of Com- 
bination by Crockford, son of Lightning, Aileen by Amadis, son of Rivoli, Martha 
Washington by Volturno, son of imp. Billet, etc. Perfei'tion is the dam of Suiilax 
by imp. .Saxon, Pcrceiition by imp. Mortemer, Saluda by imp. Mortemer, Perfecto by 
Duke of Magenta, etc. Pappoose is dam of Parolina by Duke of Montrose. Par- 
thenia is dam of mare Rizpali by imp. Mortemer, and mare Persistence by imi>. .Sir 
Modrcd. La Henderson was the dam of Kitty Claborn by Jerome Edger, Planetia 
by Plauet, Virgiliau (a good race-hor.se), and Vanguard by Virgil, the noted Ferida 
(four miles 7.23i, fastest ever run by a mare), Aella, a superior race-mare, and Ferona, 
a winner, all by imp. Glenelg. Planetia is the daui of I'lacid (Playfellow's dam) by 
Enquirer, A'irginia (Lill.v M.) by Virgil, Fostress (Question's dam), by Fostei-, Plan- 
tress and Xed Cook by Flood, and others. Ferida is the dam of Fay, Medje, Flit- 
away, Carrie C. and a filly, etc. by Sensation. Aella is dam of Prince George, a win- 
ner, Thrill, and three colts by .Sensation, the unbeaten. 

• Rosa Clark was the dam of Lilly Clark, Lulu Baxter and Judge Spolford by 
Watson, son of Lexington, Magnolia Clark, Clark and Ophelia Spoiford by imp. 
C'anwell, son of Stockwell, Barclay and Fronie Louise by imp. Glengarry, son of 
Thormanby. Lilly Clark is the dam of Goliad, Beulah Clark, Mattio Jackson and 
Olive Varcoe by Heretog, son of imp. Australian. Magnolia Clark is dam of Pal- 
metto (Bamboo's dam) by imp. Glenelg, Emnui Mack by Ten Broeck, Ae-le-ta and 
Kossuth by Longfellow. Gleudolen is the dam of Alsace liy. Aiamis, Atticus by 
Aristides, and filly by Punster. Kith is the dam of Kinsman, a wiuuer, by Monarchist, 
A'ic by Virgil, and Gold Fish by Prince Charlie or X'irgil. 

Ann Innis by American Eclipse was the dam of Hebron, a good race-horse, 
Vivandicre and Jim Barton, a good winner, by Grey Eagle^ sou of Woodjieckia', Maria 
lunis by imp. Yorkshire, and Swigert's Lexington and La Grande Duchesso by 
Lexington. Maria Innis was the dam of Bulletin, Echo and Kathleen by Lexington, 
Sovereign Eclipse by imp. Sovereign, Australian Chief, Lagonda and Ennua by imp. 
Australian, Select by .Swigert's Lexington, and Meteor by Asteroid. Echo was the 
dam of the geldings Report and Duplex, good race-horses. Nemesis and Naptha by 
imp. Eclipse, Echoless and Annie Hall by imp. Leamington, Court Hampton by imp. 
Hamilton Court, Eccola (Rose's dam) and her sister by imp. King Ernest. Echoless 
Avas the dam of Resound and Peanuts by iuij). Hampton Court, Glen Echo and 
Rc-Eiho by imp. (Ucnclg. Nemesis was the d.im of Vengeance aud sister by 



THE THOROUGHliRED HOItSE. 5o 

Censor, sou of Lexington, Rhailamantlius, a speedy, good race-liorse and a large 
winner, and liis sister Wyandotte (the dam of Kl Trinidad, Lady, Lassie, Ottawa, etc.) 
both liy imp. Leamington, Retribution (dam of Arali and Sir William), Eaohus and 
Mink liy lielorm. Acoustic by imii. Australian and Brushwood by inii). Woodlauds. 
Acoustic is the dam of Vocalic (a good racer and successful sire), Alida and Fancy 
by \irj;il, JIusic, Acasia, etc., by imp. Gleuelg. Nai>tha was the dam of Golden 
(iate l)y imp. Leamington, Explosion and Gleam Irj' imp. IIami)ton Court, sou of 
Young Melbourne, Ten Drop by Ten Broeck, The Jew ess by Saraceu, son of Leaming- 
ton, Miss Hattie by Falsetto, etc. Golden Gate was the dam of Laura Winston, 
Faraloue and Oro by Norfolk. Laura Winston is the dam of Miss Harker, Snowdrop, 
Broncho and Snowball by ,Joe Hooker. Explosion is the dam of Dangerous by 
Saxon, L)isdain (dam of Omega, Grand Duke, Arrogance, etc ) by imp. Moccasin, 
Dione. Daruua and Dolores by imp. Mortemer, Dew Drop, the grand race-mare that 
sold for $29,000 (dead), and her sister, Firework by Falsetto, and Rainbow by Iroquois. 
Gleam is the dam of Glitter by imj). Stylites, Fidelia and Flemington by Falsetto, 
etc. Kathleeu is the dam of Kenuesaw, a good horse, Kathairon (dam of Kathleen 
by Shannon, Keepsake by Flooil, and Keuueth by .Joe Hooker) by Harry of the 
West. S!>n of Lexington, Johu Happy and the superior race-horse George Kinney by 
imp. Bonnie Scotland, Hetty, Kennebeck, Khartoum and Pullman by imi>. Glengarry, 
Kern by Ten Broeck, Katuna by Bramble, etc. Emma by imp. Australian was dam 
of Judge Murray by Vauxhall, Maggie DuSy by Charley Howard, J. O. Nay by 
Felkiwcraft, Charity by Sensation, etc. La Grande Duchease was the dam of 
Metella, .\uiella and Christine by imp. Australian, Elsie by imp. Bonnie Scotland, 
Marmiou by Planet, Talisman and Uberto by Virgil. Metella was the dam of 
Misadie anil Miss Ella by Enquirer, the latter dam of Lita, alias Lyda (the dam of 
Jum Jum, Michael and O. K. by Regent) by imp. True Blue, sou of Vedette, Maret- 
zeck and Marict by King Alfonso, Mendelssohn by imji. Buckdeu, Whisperine (dam of 
Whisban) by Whisper, Miramar (dam of Tola) by Longfellow, Metal by Blue Eyes, 
and Maga by imp. Siddartha. Aniella is the dam of Allegro (the dam of Aria, 
Lizzie L. aud Conrad O. by Whisper), Anniban by King Ban, Annoua and Anadem 
by Blue Eyes. Elsie is the dam of Etna (dam of Outset, Outstep, Outbound and 
Outspeed) by King Alfonso, Egeria by Lever, Rumor aud Eola by Whisper, Eros IL 
by Lisbon, etc. Christine is the dam of Gypsy by War Dance, Bonnie Australian, 
Vice Regent, Montana Regent, Julia L. and High Taritt' by Longfellow, and Beth 
Broeck by Ten Broeck. Gypsy is the dam of Pat Regent, Don Regent and King 
Regeut by Regent, aud Poet Scout, a superior race-horse, by Longfellow, Gypsy Girl 
and Loriia Doone by imp. Sir Modred. 

Sally Sneed by imp. Buzzard was the dam of Grey Goose by Pacolet. Grey 
Goose was the dam of John Bascomb, a famous racer, and his two sisters, Lady 
Huntsville and Hauuah Harris by Bertraud, son of Sir Archy, Pilot and Glance by 
Wild Bill, son of Sir Archy. Lady Huntsville had two fillies by imp. Cousol by 
Lottery. One of these lillies was the dam of Betty Wharton by Othello, son of imp. 
Leviathan, ami she the dam of the good race-horse aud stallion, Rebel, aud his sister. 
Miss Socks by Socks, son of inij). Albiou, Anna Bishop by Lytic, son of Jim Allen 
(she the dam of Betty Bedford by Rupee, and Ellen Lane by Tar River), West Maria 
(Anna Hurst's ilam) by Gen. Burleson, aud Last Chance by Regent. Glance was the 
dam of Little Mistress by imp. Shamrock, she the dam of Little Miss by imp. 
Sovereign, she the dam of Letty by imp. Australian, the dam of Grace and Lettina by 
Harry Bassett, Letretia and her sister liy Tom Ochiltree, and Refund by Sensation 
Little Miss was also dam of Uga by King Alfonso, and she the dam of Ultimo by Red 
Blufl', lauthe by Storey, etc. 

Grecian Princess, 1816, sister to Tiger by Blackburn's Whip, was the dam, 1S29, 
of Ann Merry by Sumpter, Titus (Criiiiile) by Medoc, etc. Ann Merry was the dam 
of Mirabeau and Cub (a superior race-maie) by Medoc, and Barilla by Lieut. Bas- 
singer. Cub was the dam of Sportsmistress by American Eclipse, Monte (a good 
racer) .and JIartha Buford by Wagner, a tilly by imp. Trustee, Fanny Fern aud Fanny 
Campbell by imp. Glencoe. Sportsmistress was dam of Arnold Harris by Whalebone, 



51) THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

Charles Harris by Wagner, Susan Harris by Revenue, and Alfred Harris by imp. 
Sovereign. Susau Harris produced Zadoc by Marion, and Co<iuette by Lexington, 
the latter the dam of Vivien by imp. Leamington, Viola by imp. Eclipse, Variety, 
Vixen and JIaid of Athens by imp. Saxon, Doliuka by imp. Jlortemcr, and Coquette 
by Iroquois. Vivien is the dam of Connmche by Leinster, Young Bazar and Aunt 
Jane by Bazar, owned in California. Viola is the dam of Jlaniie M. l)y imp. Saxon 
(she the dam of Lille and Lancer by King Alfonso), Blaze Duke by DiiUe of JIagenta, 
Prosperity by Onondaga, etc. The Trustee mare, out of Cub, produced a tilly by 2d 
Altorf, which was the dam of Lizzie Lewis and Stella Price by Epsilon.son of Pacific. 
Lizzie Lewis was the dam of Varina Bradford by Abu Beeker, sou of Mahomet by 
imp. Sovereign, she the dam of May Curl and Peerless by Bill Bass. Stella Price was 
dam of Plover Wing by imp. Stone Plover, son of Cotherstone, she the dam of Lady 
Longstreet by Gen. Longstreet (she the dam of Kate by Frogtown, Bella Golden ami 
Atossa by Bowie, son of Leamington), Nancy by St. Valentine, Golden Plover and 
Minuichee by Chariton, son of Pat Malloy, and Tooan-Tuh by I'rogtown. 

Martha Buford by Wagner was the dam of Mautua by Lexington, Martha Buford 
by Ringgold, son of Boston, and Maud by imp. Australian. The last named produced 
Bonnie Scotia and Paper Maker by imji. Bonnie Scotland, and Eurydice by imp. 
Leamington. Eurydice had a lilly, .\storia, by imp. Athlete. I«'anny Fern was tlie dam 
of Eugene by Revenue, Oleata by Lexington, etc. Oleata was the dam of Emily 
Fuller, Pollywog, Osseo and Oleaster by imp. Eclipse, son of Orlando, Olitipa (one 
of the speediest mares ever foaled) by imp. Leamington, and Odessa by imp. 
Glenlyon, son of Stockwell. Emily Fuller is the dam of Prosper, Pantaloon, Olive 
and Persuasion by imp. Leamington, Florence E. by Reform, Xallapa and Brussels 
by imp. Billet, Hannah Moberly bj- Hindoo, etc. Nearly all these race well. Olitipa. 
is the dam of Olivia and Orator by imp. Ill Used, Mary C. (Ophelia) by Kingfisher, 
St. Omer and St. Olga by imp. St. Blaise. Olive is dam of Olivie by Tom Ochiltree, 
Oliver Twist, All Fours and Oliver by imp. The Jacobite, son of Prince Charlie. 
Odessa is dam of Udessa by imp. Uhlan. Fanny Cami>bell produced two fillies, a 
chestnut filly, 1831, and Gentle Annie by Monte, sou of Wagner, that were owned by 
George Treat, California. 

Major Moll by imp. Obscurity was the dam of Patrick Highlander by imp. Brown 
Highlander, and a filly by Wade Hampton's Paragon. This Paragon mare was the 
dam of a filly by imp. Buzzanl, and a lilly by Coiqierbottom, son of Brilliant. This 
Copperbottom mare was the dam of John Henry by Aratus, and Hunter's Duke of 
Bedford. The Buzzard mare was the dam, 1826, of Mary Hunter and, 1828, of Kitty 
Hunter by Harris' Paragon, son of Blackburn's Whip. Kitty Hunter was the dam 
of a filly by Hephestiou, Ann .Stewart, a good racer, by American Eclipse, and a filly 
by Goodc's Arab, son of .Sir Arihy. This blood is only preserved tliroiigli these 
two mares. The Goodc's Arab mare was the dam of Geneva, a good race mare, by 
Medoc, she the dam of Madame House by imp. I.,eviathan. The latter was the dam 
of Maria and Carrie Cage by imp. Sovereign, Villir Allen (the daiii of Peail by Buck- 
master) liy Hiawatha, son ofimji. -Vlbion, and Epizootic by Rogers, sou of Lexington. 
Maria was the dam of Pennyroyal by imp. Albion, she the dam of Wild .\ddie and 
Lulu L. (Parejia Rosa) by Caledonia, son of Bonnie Scotland. Carrie Cage was the 
dam of a filly by Jack Malone, Miss Cheatham l)y Bill Cheatham, son of imp. Albion, 
a filly by Itulletin, sou of Lexington, Betty Bell and Eppie L. by Surprise, son of imp. 
Bonnie Scotland. Miss Cheatham is the dam of a filly by I'rolific, Cousin Cheatham 
an<l Third Cousin by Uncle Vic, and Amelia Johnson by Uncle Tom. Betty Bell is 
the dam of Bcttie L. (Ijillie McElwain), Vodena's dam, and Brigade by imp. Brigadier, 
and Bagatelle by imp. Ill Used. Eppie L. is the dam of Peekskill and a filly, 1888, by 
imp. Billet, Lizzie B. and Purity liy ilindon. Epizootic is the dam of Sweetheart by 
Jack of Diamoiiils, and she the dam of \'a Tout by Faustus, and Omen by Vandal, 
Jr., son of Vandal. 

Mary Hunter was the dam of Mary .Streshley by John Henry, Miss Singleton by 
Kosciusko, Streshley, Webster, Emeriue Price and sister to them by Medoc. and 
J>ady Lovell by .sir Lovell. .Mary ."^trcshley produced Neoma Ferguson, .lohu Horace. 



THE TnOKOrulIBREl) HORSE. fit 

Ililica aud a sister to them by Medoc. This Medoc mare jiroduced a filly by Brawn- 
cr's P^clipse, son of American Eclipse, and she produced Waxy by Lexington, that is 
tlio gnindam of the t'ainous trotting mare Suuol, record 2.08|^, the fastest ever made. 
Fair .Vmerican by Lloyd's Traveler produced a filly by imp. Grey Highlander, whoso 
daughter by imp. Expedition was the dam of Rosalinda by Ogle's Oscar. Rosalinda 
was the dam of Sally A^an Dyhe by Henry, Fleta by Johnsos's Sledley, sou of Sir Hal, 
she the dam of St. Louis by Altorf, and St. Charles by American Eclipse. Sally Vau 
Dyke produced a filly by Hugh L. White, son of imp. Leviathan. Oscaloosa is the 
dam of Olio by Memnon, sou of Epsilon, and she the dam of the Rebel mare, dam of 
Envenom and Eight to Seven by Enquirer. 

Dido by imp. liay Richmond founded what is now known as the Morgan family. 
Dido produced Prizefighter by imp. Expedition, aud Zelipha by imp. Messenger. 
Zelipha jiroduced two fillies, through which the blood is perpetuated, viz., Aurora 
by imp. Honest John, son of Sir Peter, and Honesty by imp. Exjiedilion, sou 
of Pegasus by Eclipse. Aurora produced a filly by Sir Solomon, son of imp. 
Tickle Toby by Alfred by Slatchem. This filly was the dam ot Matchless by 
imp. Exi)cdition, she the dam of Lady Morgan by John Richards, sou of Sir .\rchy. 
Lady Morgan was the dam of Sally Miugan by imp. Emancipation, sou ot Whisker, 
and Polly Rowe by Eutaw Shark. Sally Morgan was the dam of Mary Blueskin by 
Grey Eagle, a good race-mare, Jliss Morgan and Boudy by imp. Yorkshire, Panic by 
imp. Glencoe, and Ada C. aud Dolly Morgan by Revenue. Miss Morgan was the dam 
of Mazurka, Mignonette (Minnie Milton), and India by Lexington, Mattie Morgau 
and Ave Maria by imp. Australian, Addie Hart and Peggy Morgan by Asteroid. 
Mazurka was the dam of Minnie Brown, Gyptis, Zoo Zoo, Typhoon and Rebecca, 
all by imp. Australian, Tallulah, Carliua aud Maze by Planet, Ziilite (dam of Lela 
May) by Lisbon, Bull's Head, etc. by King Alfonso. Minnie Brown was the dam of 
Medina by Watson, Elissa (dam of Lizzie K. and Lela K.) by Enquirer, Eleanor C. 
by Powhattan, The Don by Lisbon, etc. Tallulah is the dam of Barbary, Blithesome, 
Bonnie Meade aud Bribery, all by imp. Bonnie Scotland, Tarantula (Centipede and 
Tara Blackburn's dam) and Termagant by imp. Great Tom, Tally-Ho and Bettiua by 
Bramble, King Iro by Iroquois, and Talluda by Enquirer. Barbary, a winner, is 
the dam of Robert Bruce, Tip Top, Rhadamantha (the dam of Little Girl), Miss 
Maud and Sir Abner. Blithesome is the dam of Leipsic, Kee-Vee-Na and Wautauga, 
the two last by Enquirer. Bonnie Meade was a winner, aud is the dam of Trojdiy 
(in Kancho-del Paso stud) by imp. Great Tom, Exile, Eukonia, Nellie B., Kemjiton, 
Reporter and Basil Duke by Enquirer, Dictum and Belle Meade by Iroquois. Bribery 
is the daiu of Lida C. (Enguerande), Miss Ford, Zuleika, Boodler, Blue Dress, Bald- 
win, Tom Paxton, etc., by Enquirer. Gyptis, a winner, is the dam of Annie C. 
(Godiva) by imp. Saxon (she the dam of Violet, Vanity, Mamie R. and Ittie Reno 
by Vanguard), Golconda by imij. Glenlyon, Moula and Tyrone by imp. Mortemer, 
Magenta aud Fabian by Duke of Magenta. Maze is the dam of Quandary (the dam 
of Uncertainty by Virgil or Monarchist) and Gleam by imp. Glenelg. Zoo Zoo, a 
winner, is the dam of Zamora by imp. Saxon, son of Beadsman, Zainor and Zoliel by 
ini]). Mortemer, and Zulu by imp. Pizarro. Zicka is the dam of Leather Stocking 
by imp. Moccasin, Astoria by imi). Kautaka, Zara (Lulu S.) by imp. Mortemer, and 
Pagan liy imp. Pizarro. 

Mattie Morgau was the dam of Alberta by Watson (she the dam of Mamie IC. 
by Ballinkeel, Glen Ellen by imp. Glengarry, and Briganzee by imp. Brigadier, sou of 
Monarque), Matagorda, a winner, by imp. Gleugarry, she the dam of Euright by 
Enquirer, Right, Outright, etc. by Onondaga. Ave Maria was the dam of Martica 
by Daniel Boone, and a filly by imp. Buckden. Martica is the dam of Bric-a-Brac 
(dam of Miss Ryan and Algonqiiiu by imp. Bonnie Scotland), Evelyn and sister by 
EiKiuirer, Mountain Deer by Iroquois, etc. India is thedamofCathcart by Lisbon, C.al- 
entta by King Alfonso, and Gallifet by Falsetto. Peggy Morgan is the dam of Austraoid 
(Ihedam of I'lict, Dornix, MaryTiudall,.\ssiniVioine, etc.)byRedBliitf,Petite by Storey, 
etc. Addle Hart is tlie dam of Orange Girl, Beck and Bias by Bertram, son of Kentucky, 
and ]5i-eutano l>y imp. Great Tom. Dolly Jlorgau was tlie dam of Jennie Morgau, 



5S THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

Ambush aud Hayti by imp. Australian, Stampede, a fine race liorse by War Dance, 
Aurelius by Asteroid, Pearl Thorn, Bob Miles, Fraukfort aud a sister by Pat Malloy, 
aud Despeuia by King Alfonso. Jeuuie Morgan was the dam of Minnie T. Morgan 
(the dam of Gen. Monroe and Fosteral) by Enquirer, Glenival by imp. Glenelg, aud 
•Scully by Tom Bowling. Hayti is the dam of Hope, Exeter and Hazel Kirk by 
Lever, Roger Eastman and Virgiliua by Virgil, Haytieune, Genie, Jack Batchelor, 
My Chick, etc. by imp. Glenelg. Pearl Thorn is the dam of Pearl Set, Pearl Rivers 
and Pearl Top by Falsetto. Ada C. is the dam of Pill Box, Ballot Bos, Abbey, Con- 
ner, Treasure Box, Spriijg Box, Narcola and Lucky Baldwin by Norfolk, and Surinam 
by Joe Hooker. Abbey is the dam of La Scala, Porter Ashe, etc., by Joe Hooker, and 
Osric, a winner, by imp. Cheviot. Polly Rowe has only one line left, through her 
daughter Mary Good by Bill Cheatham. She produced Belle of Rockhill l)y Lj-nch- 
burgh, son of imp. Leamington, she the dam of JIark JIaster and Mamie B. by Abd- 
el-Koree, aud Daisy by Westminster. 

Honesty by imp. Expedition was the dam of Tormentor, Flagellator, Gen. 
Jackson aud Mtmmouth Eclipse, all good horses aud winners. Monmouth Eclipse 
was by American Eclijjse. Ho stood in Kentucky and died there. Honesty also 
produced Helen Mar by Thornton's Rattler, aud Ethelinda by Marshal Bertrand, son 
of Marsh.al Duroc by Duroc. Ethelinda produced a tilly by imp. Barefoot, which 
was the dam of Esta by Bolivar, son of Thornton's Rattler. Esta was the dam of 
Nellie Graves by imp. Eclipse, she the dam of Invergarry and Kate Florence by imp. 
Leamington, aud Kate Florence, the dam of Florrie (lone) by Pat Malloy, Gralucca 
by ICiugfisher, aud Milesia (the dam of Silvy) by Milesian. It therefore appears 
that a mare foaled 130 years ago, through one daughter by imp. Wildair, has left 
scores of descendants who are now racing and •svinning. All have speed and stamina, 
and when any of the mares in the female line to Old Slamerkiu are bred to horses of 
pure pedigrees aud racing lineage they produce race-horses. An examination 
of the Barb mares will show the distinguished race-horses and stallions tracing to 
the Layton Barb mare, to whicli the DeLaucey Cub mare traces. 

Duchess (Bland's), called also Diamond, was foaled about the year 1755 or '56 
and imijorted to America by Gen. Alexander Spottswood. Sho was by the Culleu 
Arabian (as also was Jack of Diamonds, imported at the same time), her dam Lady 
Thigh (Griscwood's) by Croft's Partner, sou of Jigg by Byerly Turk, graudam by 
(Jreyhonnd, a natural Barb, great-grandam Sophonisba's dam by the Curwen Bay 
Barb, great-great-graudam by D'Arcy's Chestnut Arabiau, tracing through daughters 
of Whiteshirt, Lord D'Arcy's old Montagu, Hautboy and Brimmer to a Royal mare. 
Duchess was the dam of Apollo aud his sister by imp. Traveler, sou of Partner, a 
tilly by Junius, lilly by imp. Jack of Diamonds, True Whig by Fitzhugh's Rcgulus, 
son of imp. Fearnought, and a lilly by imp. Regulus, sou of Kegulns by the Godolphin 
Arabian. This blood is transmitted to us tjirough her two daughters, by Jack of 
Diamonds and imp. Regains. 

The Jack of Diamonds mare, bred to Ariel (sou of imp. Traveler by Partner and 
imp. Selima by the Godolphiu Arabian), )>r()duci'd a lilly which was bred to imp. 
Fearnought and i)roduced a filly which was bred to imp. Hightlyer, son of Highllyer 
by Herod. This Hightlyer tilly, bred to Melzar, son of imp. Medley, produced Maria, 
aud she produced in 1817 the bay mare Lady Grey by Kobiu Grey, son of imp. 
Royalist by SaUram by Eclii)se. Lady Grey in 1^21 ])roduced Lucy by Orjjhan, son 
of Ball's Florizcl liy imp. Diomed, in 1823 bay marci Maria by Davis' llamiltonian, 
son of Tayloi^'s llamiltonian by imp. Diomed, and in 182G chestnut mare Rowcua 
by Sum])ter, son of Sir Archy. Lucy was the dam of IJIacknoso by Medoc, a fine 
race-horse, Dick Chiuu by Sumpter, and Lucilla by Trumpator, son of Sir Solomon. 
Lucilla was the dam of Carlotta by imp. Trusicc, two bay fillies by imp. Tranby, 
sou of Blackluck, and a bay filly by Old Boston, llic Tranby mare, foaled in IS'.iH, 
was the dam of Alaric, a line race-horse by Mirabcau, Levity by imj). Trustee, Atala, 
a superior horse, by Boston, Vandal and Volga by imp. tJloncoo, and Vistula by imp. 
Scythian. Vandal was one of the best race-horses of his day (winner of 3-miIe heats 
in 5.31)*, .5..33). 



THE TnOEOFGHIiRED HORSE. 59 

Levity was the dam of Ruric, a superior horse, and his sister by imp. Sovereign, 
Lightsome and Mildred by imp. Glencoe, Breuna by imp. Knight of St. George, son 
of Birdcati'her, Lever and Legatee, a good racer, by Lexington. Lightsome was tbo 
dam of Spriglitly, Lexicon, Crucifix, Salina and Nevada by Lexington, Linda by 
imp. Scythian, sou of Orlando, Lively, by Ringgold, sou of Boston, Emmet by 
Asteroid, and Guluare by imp. Glen Athol. Sprightly was bred to trotters for years, 
and then to imp. Billet, by whom she produced Volturno, a grand race-horse, and Elias 
Lawrence, a good one and winner at 3 miles at three years old in 5.28J, Lady Way 
by imp. Eclipse. Avalon aud Aretino (the last a grand race-horse) by Aramis, son 
of imp. Phaeton. Lady Way is the dam of Fox Glove by Lever, and Lady Wayward 
by Virgil. Linda had no chance in the stud, but was the dam of Linda Green 
(Yeteve's dam) by imp. Australian, and Neiituuus, a good race-horse, by Planet. 
Crucifix was tlie dam of Fairplay, a good racer, by Virgil, Semper Felix by imp. 
Phaeton, Cruciform, Crusader and Blanche J. by imp. Australian, Quito (Cripple), 
The Judge (Cordova), Cortez, St. Augustine, a good horse, and La Cruz by King 
Alfonso, Maria D. by Lisbon, Cross Fire and St. Albans by Falsetto. Semper 
Felix is the dam of Semper Vive by Waverly, sou of imp. Australian, Semitone 
(Kate .1.1 by imp. Buckdeu, Leouatus, a grand race-horse and successful stallion, 
by Longfellow, Latonia (Button's dam) by imp. Billet, Felicia aud Semper Paralis 
by Stratford, etc. Semper Vive is the dam of Semper Idem and Semper Aurum by 
imi). Glen Athol, Fordham, Folsom and Westchester, all good race-horses, by Falsetto. 
Semper Idem is the dam of Long Glen, Longstreet (one of the best race-horses in 
America and winner of 16 out of IS races in 1891, including match IJ miles in 2.07i, 
defeating Tenuy), Longford, a good race-horse. Long Beach, etc., by Longfellow. 
Semitone is dam of Ella Piukerton by Longfellow, and Semaphore, a winner, bj' 
Onondaga. Blanche J. was a good mare and the dam of Blandona (the dam of Verona, 
l)ouna and Katona) by Longfellow, Sea Shell (Long Shore's dam) and Australian 
Ban by imp. King Ban, Blautyro by Lelaps, etc. Maria D. is the dam of Lucy B. 
xind Victorine by Onondaga, Mark S. (Moxie) and Ed Bell by Duke of Montrose. 
Salina was the dam of Duchess, Saltpetre and Saltillo by imp. Gleuelg, Virlein by 
Virgil, Prince Charlie (Priam) and Salvator by imp. Prince Charlie. Salvator ran a 
mile iu 1.35i, beat Teuuy a match 1^ miles in 2.05, and won the Champion Stakes, 
li miles, in 2.3.ji. Nevada was the dam of Nova Zembla, Sierra Nevada, Greenland 
aud Greengage by imp. Glengarry, the phenomenal three-year old iu his year, Luke 
Blackburn by imp, Bonnie Scotland, Ecuador, a good horse, by Enquirer, Bradford 
and Bravo, both winners, by Bramble, aud Neva by Longfellow. Nova Zembla is 
dam of Nisa aud her sister by Shannon, and Superba by Flood. Sierra Nevada was 
the dam of Mouutaiu Range, Monte Rosa's dam, and Wamsutta bj- Longfellow, 
Sutro by Enquirer, etc. Gulnare is the dam of Costello and the good Hlly Satis- 
faction by Sensation, etc. 

Mildred was the dam of Zoe and Mittie by imp. Scythian (the latter dam of 
Young Australian by imp. Australian, and Gen. Longstreet by Asteroid II.), Ringlet 
by Ringgold, she the dam of Reckless and Restless by Voucher, Debby, Jim Lupe, 
Debbie (Flora) and Epsom by Derby, sou of imp. Eclipse, Maximilian, Wandering, 
J. J. Ilealy and Waterbury (Rambler) by Wanderer. Mildred produced Nora Worth 
by imp. Eclipse, she the dam of Nero, Rocket, Roxella, North West, Startle, Trumi)S, 
Darkness, Renown, Force and Finality by West Roxbnry, and Adventure 2d by 
Amadis, the majority of which were good racers. Rocket is the dam of Rocket II. by 
imp. Intruder (she the dam of Minnie W. and Lady Sumner), Penelope, Nannie S., 
Leo by Pantaloon, Ericsou anil Cora A. by imp. Eric. Roxella was the dam of Molly 
Malloy (Queen Malloy) by Pat Malloy, Fleet and Roxella 2d by imp. Intruder, and 
Amadias by Amadis. Molly Malloy is the dam of Pequot, Aiuia S., Birdette and Al 
by Pantaloon, aud Voltalloy by Voltigeur, Dick Malloy and Sam Murphy by imi>. 
Eric, sou of Pretender. Fleet is dam of Athlete by Amadis, and Lilly and others by 
Pantaloon. Darkness is the dam of Fleetuess and Iuterlo))er by imp. Intruder, etc. 
Fleetncss is dam of .\lert by Amadis, Dave S., Jlillic C. and Sam by Pantaloon. Minx 
is the ilaiM of Minnoik, the great gelding Monitor, Lotta C, Mirth and Romeo, the 



60 THE THOROUCHURED HORSE. 

two last in England. Mirth was tlie dam of Boutliillier, a wiuuer iu Engl;iiid last 
year. Miuuock is the dam of Salviator, Lady B., Minnarette, Selma D. by Springbok, 
and Onoudagas by Onondaga, etc. Lotta C. is the dam of Roulette (.Sefton's dam), 
Illisee and Lizzie JI. by Baden Badeu. Stamps w.as the dam of Katie Pearce by imp. 
Leamington, she the dam of Lizzie S. (Extra's dam) by Wanderer, Ballard by imp. 
Billet, Katrina by Virgil, and Dal by imp. Mortemer. Bertha, Loch Tanna (iu Eng- 
land), Lonisotte, Preciosa, Billy Piukerton by imp. Glenelg, and Vaiieria by imp. 
Glenelg or Virgil, unquestionably by the latter. Bertha is the dam of Reina Victoria 
by imp. Saxon, Dclphiue and Soncy Lass by imp. Mortemer, and Mohican by Iro- 
quois. Vaiieria is the dam of Baylight, Laura Stone and Versatile by ini]). Rayon 
d'Or. Sultana is the dam of Sovrana (Inah's dam) and Sultan by iniji. Ill Used, 
Soudan by imp. Matador, Sala<lin by Xonesuch or imp. Ill Used, she by imp. Glenelg. 
Padishah, Semiramis and C'aliidi by imp. St. Blaise. 

Brenna was the dam of Tibbie Dunbar by imp. Bonnie Scotland, she the dam of 
Voltigeur, Lena Dunbar (dam of Lena's First), Clifton Bell, Capt. Kidd, Ed .Smith, 
Canuy Scott, Broadchurch (Bradsliaw) and Lady Evangeline by Leinster, and Lizzie 
Dunbar, the dam of May Dunbar, by Bazar. Lady Evangeline is the dam of Valiant 
by Monday, Oceanica, Floodtide, Evelina and a sister by Flood. Brenna was also 
the dam of Ilaric by imp. Australian, a good race-horse, Eclair (Factory Girl) by 
Lightning, Ella Hank ins by Gilroy, Britzka by imp Phaeton, Brademante by War 
Dance, Athalaric by Gilroy, Strathmore, Kinkead and Sir Walter by Waverly, Breuda 
hy imp. Thunderstorm, Long Stop by Longfellow, etc. Ella Haukius is the dam of 
Amadine by Amadis, she the dam of Hilarity by Punster, and Polly S. by imp. 
Pizarro, and Oriana by Onondaga, bay filly by Pizarro, etc. Athalaric is the dam 
of Tom Martin, a superior horse, by Longfellow, Belle of Brooklyn and Aethel by 
Stratford. Sister to Ruric by imp. Sovereign was the dam of Kelpie by imp. Bonnie 
Scotland, Ermengarde, Hilderic (Jim Connor) and Genseric by Lightning, Griu- 
stead, a fine race-horse and successful stallion, Tilford and Viceroy, a good horse, by 
Gilroy, Pat Farrell and Hypatia by Waverly. Kelpie was the dam of Miss Austiue 
and Janet (winner at four miles in 7.25) by Lightning, Maxwell by Gilroy, a filly and 
Duke of Montrose, a good racer and successful stallion, by Waverly, Annette and 
Kelp by imp. Straehino, Ovation, Overture and Dalgetty by Onondaga. Miss Austiue 
is the dam of Austina by Waverly, Bridesmaid by imp. Bonnie Scotland, Acoulte 
(Cryolete's dam) by Ten Broeck, Teuton, a good one, by Ten Broeck, and Faraday, a 
superior colt, by Himyar. Janet is the dam of Sinaloa, Volunteer (Dufl'er), Souora's 
dam by Ten Broeck, Spaldie by imp. Blue Mantle, La Maseotte, Golden Rod and 
others by Spendthrift. Annette is the dam of Shoemaker, Ortowin, etc., by Onou- 
daga. Kelp is the dam of Kempie, a winner, by St. Martin, Keepsake, Onaway, Up- 
ward, Ondawa, etc., by Onondaga. Ermengarde is the dam of Brocade, Bingen, Bal- 
tic and l!cd(]tte l)y iiu]!. Bonnie Scotland, Belle Walsh (Tuscumbia) by imp. Great 
Tom, Bcllcvuc (lilackl)uru and Bcdvidere) and sister by Bramble. Brocade is the dam 
ofBerthaB. by imp. Buckilen, the gelding Burch, War Dress by War Dance, Long 
Cloth and Jennie B. by Longfellow, Annie C. by Enquirer, and Dodo by Falsetto. 
Bertha B. is the dam of Lizzie Baker by Longfellow, .Judge Murr.ay by Ten Broeck, 
Tom Vaughn ((Jeorge H.) by King Alfonso, Pat Kelly by Pat Malloy, etc. Bcdotte is 
the dam of Still Alarm, ({oose(|tiill by Pardee, etc. Hypatia is the dam of Slickaway 
by St. Martin, Hyi)Ocrite by Longfellow, Deceit by Ten Broeck, Escapade by Onon- 
daga, etc. Volga was the dam of Rurica by Kuric, Eminence, Barney Williams, a 
good horse, Valdine, Invoice and Evadne by Lexington, Jeuny McKinuey and Alice 
Mitchell by Planet, Tecalco by imp. Glen Athol, etc. 

Evadne was the dam of Evasive^ by iui)i. ( auwcll. son of Stockwell, Blink Bonnie, 
Buckingham, Bulwark, and l!:in(l.nKi by imp. jidunii^ Scotland, Evasive ^Bruce's dam) 
by .John Morgan, Tennyson liy iiu|i. (iicat Tom, Eve EHinj;iiain by Enquirer, Monta- 
gue by imp. Mortemer, Eblis, etc., by Iroiiuois. Blink Bouuii; was the ilamof Saxony 
l)y imp. Saxon, and Tullalioma Ijy Great Tom. Saxony is the dam of Erebus and Once 
a Week, geliliugs, Tatian by Great Tom, etc. Tullalioma is the dam of the good 
mare Tulla Blackburn by Luke Blackliian, Tammany iiy Iroriuois, etc. Bandana is 



THE TnOROUGUBRED HORSE. 61 

the dam of Banner Bearer (gelded), Napa and Eqviipoise (Equality's dam) by 
Euqnirer. Tiilisman by Imp. Great Tom, Saranac, Emblem and Red Banner, that is 
one of the best two-year old tillies iu the West, by Iroquois, etc. Jeuuy McKinney 
was the dam of Ellen Alice by Barney Williams, Claudia by War Dance, Buccaneer 
by imp. Buckdeu, Poet by Longfellow, Omaha and Vassar by Tom Ochiltree. Ellen 
Alice is the dam of Vigiliue and Purdy by Virgil, and Vigiline is the dam of Vigilant, 
Vigilette by Eolus, while Claudia is the dam of Maj- U. by Voltigeur, son of Vandal, 
Umpire and liis sister by Versailles, son of Vandal, Cutalong by imp. Rayon d'Or, etc. 
Invoice is the dam of Fatima by Abd-el-Kader, and is dead. Tecalco is the dam of 
Tiilii liy Ten BroecU, Rock-and-Rye by Virgiliau, Toniquc by Sensation, Hot Scotch 
by null. Hopeful, The Wandering' Jew by Tom Ochiltree, etc. 

Vistula had no chance in the stud, but was the dam of Kentucky Belle by Lexing- 
ton, she the dam of Pride, Vis-a-Vis and Himalaya, a good race-horse, by Virgil. 
Pride is the dam of Glitter and Pretence by imp. Glenelg. Maria by Davis Hamil- 
touiaii was the dam of Catharine Ogle by Trumpator, Tom Benton and Catherine by 
Bertrand. the latter the dam of the superior race-horse Alexander Churchill by imp. 
Zingonee. Roweua by Suinjiter was the dam of Celestiau, a good racer, and Merry 
Gold by Sir Leslie, Alice Carneal by imp. Sarpedoii, a good race-mare, Sarah Moreton 
by Sidi Hamet, a superior mare, and Boswig by imp. Hedgeford. Merry Gold was the 
dam of Hebe and Vulcan (Tom Nichols) by Berthune, son of Sidi Hamet, Cyclone and 
Magelone by Vandal, and Almeria by Jack Lane, son of imp. Yorkshire. There is no 
report of Hebe since 1875. Cyclone was the dam of Red Wing by imp. Balrowuie, 
Cycloid by imp. Lapidist, and a bay tilly by Kentucky. Magelone was the dam of 
Lily of the Valley by Lightning, and Van Billet by imp. Billet. Lily of the Valley 
was the dam of Kenilworth by Waverly, Frank Martin by St. Martin, Blue Times by 
imp. Blue Mantle, and Greynell by iniii. Glenelg, the latter the dam of a filly by imji. 
Deceiver, a colt by Hindoo, etc. 

Alice Carneal founded a family of her own. She was a goo.l mare at all distances, 
was the dam of Miss Trustee by imp. Trustee, Fance and Grey Alice by Chorister, son 
of imj). Contract by C'attou, Lexington (the renowned racer, winner of the time 
match, four miles, in 7.19J, and atterwards defeating Lecompte in 7.23|, the fastest 
two heats of four miles ever run by one horse) by Boston, Didie (Maid of Orleans), 
Release and Rescue by Berthune, Waxy, a fine race-horse, by Buford, Lavender by 
Wagner, I'mpire by Lecompte, and Annette by imp. Scythian, the last two sent to 
England. Miss Trustee was the dam of Floiizel (Hurricane) by imp. Belshazzar, 
Mystery by Rnric, a bay filly by Ringgold, and Miss Trustee by J. C. Breckenrige, 
son of Lexington. Mystery was the dam of a bay filly by Revolver, Dil Wiggins, 
Winchester, and a chestnut filly by inij). Hurrah. Fance was the dam of Bazil by 
imp. Sovereign, Anne Tarltou and Lady Vandal by Vandal. Anne Tarltoii was the 
dam of Charity by imp. Hurrah, Minor Jackson by Dick Jackson, Victress and Vest- 
valli by Victory, son of Uncle Vic. Victress is the dam of Vanguard, a good racer, 
Victrix by Longfellow, and a colt by Stratford. Vestvalli is the dam of Wanda West, 
Veracity (Festiiia"s dam), ^'estella, Vesjier Bells and Valedictory by Wanderer. 
Wanda West is the dam of Speedwest by Siiendthrift, and Iniogene by Powliattan. 
Vestella is dam of Mahomedan by Hindoo, etc. Grey Alice was the dam of Pickaway 
by Wagner, and Nellie Gwyiin by imp. Bonnie Scotland. Nellie Gwynn was the dam 
of Louise Gwynn and Faith by imp. Hurrah. Louise Gwynn is the dam of Grace Lee 
by imp. Kyrle Daly, and Hector by Grenada. Release was the dam of Carrie P. by 
Norbourne, .';on of Lecompte. Hetty C. by Uncle Jctt', and Night Rose by imp. Knight 
of St. George. Carrie P. is the dam of Cape Sterling, Cape Henry, Cedar Grove and 
Carrie Race by Cape Race, son of Lexington. Night Rose was tlie dam of Nightmare 
by imp. Australian, Voltagiie by imp. Glen Athol, Fred Fogle by Planet, Haddisco by 
Pat Malloy, Johnny E. (I'ocassett) and filly by Powliattan, Rescue was the dam of 
Abu Beeker by Mahomet, Relief i^Maid of the Cave) by Ringgold, Relief by Star Davis, 
Remorse by imp. Eclipse, Abd-el-Kader, Alid-el-Koree, a good race-horse, and Rigma- 
role by imp. Australian. Rigmarole was the dam of Regale by Bulletin. Rignial by 
Harry ut the West, liiglni and Bessie Franklin li\ imp. Glengany, Ciinncn (Bine 



G2 THE THOROOGHHRED HORSE. 

Jeans) by Gorlitza, son of Ijexington, Merry Dance l>,v War Dance, etc. Riglin is 
the flam of Rowland, ^?cginii anil Royal by Shannon, Chancellor by Monday, Gladys 
by Flood, etc. Bessie Franklin is the dam of Gen. Early and I. 0. by Erlauger, son of 
Enquirer. Carmen is the dam of Blue Streak and Blue Wind by Biugaman, son of 
Asteroid. Lavender was the dam of Rock by Ruric, Nannie Letcher, Hehnbold, a 
superior race-horse. Bob Shelton, a winner, Lava, Barricade, a winner, and Baden 
Baden, a superior horse, by imp. Australian, Lax by imp. Scythian, George Wallace by 
Asteroid, Buchu by Planet, and Glen Wood Viy im])orted Glen Athol. Nannie Letcher 
was the dam of Corinne by Plau'et (she the dam of Rapidity, Sweetheart, America 
and Lady Rapture by imp. Rapture), Mignonne (dam of Rapture's Daughter), and 
Emma G. (dam of Hermit by Hurrah) by imp. Phaeton. Las was the dam of Sea 
Breeze by King Lear, she the dam of Slow Bree/e by Restless, she the dam of Golden 
Slipper liy McCreery, and she the dam of Le Premier by Lucifer, Verge d'Or by Vir- 
ginius, and Crystallite by Joquita, Bragelone and Neppie Moore by Baywood, the 
latter the dam of Trosach by Terror, son of Alarm, Virgie bj- Virgil, she the dam of 
Oua by Onondaga, Virgin and Virgin 2d by Milner, son of imp. Leamington, and 
Release by imp. Strachino. 

The Regnlus mare out of Duchess produced a filly by True Whig, which produced 
a filly by Gallant, son of imp. Fearnought. This filly produced a filly by Rocking- 
ham, son of Partner by imp. Traveler, which Rockingham mare was the dam of 
Annette by imp. Shark, son of Marske, sire of English Eclipse. Annette was the 
dam of Nancy Air by imp. Bedford by Dungannou by Eclipse, and Maid of the Oaks 
by imp. Spread Eagle, sou of Volunteer by Eclipse. Nancy Air was the dam of 
Transport, Poor Girl and Young Nancy Air by Virginius sou of imp. Diomed, and 
Seagull by Sir Archy. Transport was the dam of Sir Archy Montorio (Big Archy), 
and Sir William of Transport, by Sir Archy, Bertrand Jr. and Julia by Bertrand, sou 
of Sir Archy, and Clara Fisher by Virginius. The female line from Nancy Air has 
became extinct. 

Maid of the Oaks was the dam of Maid of the Oaks and Lady of the Lake by 
Hickory, sou of imp. Whip, Marshal Duroc and Cinderella by Duroc, son of imp. 
Diomed, Forest Maid by Ratray, son of imp. Clifilen, Young Maid of the Oaks by 
imp. Expedition, son of Pegasus by Eclipse, Orphan Boy by American Eclipse, and 
Lionella by imp. Co'ur de Lion. Lady of the Lake was the dam of Lady Jackson, 
Maryland Eclipse, and Misfortune by American Eclipse. The line from here is 
extinct. Cinderella was the dam of Modesty by imp. Expedition (she the dam of 
Jane Maria and Alpine by Henry (this line is extinct), Betsey Richard (Young) 
by John Richards (line extinct), and Lalla Rookh by Ogle's Oscar, son of imp. 
(iabriel. Lalla Rookh was the dam of Hamilton Moore, Tom Moore and Mark 
Moore by American Eclipse, Henry Moore, .Jim Moore and No Moore by Henry, son of 
Sir Archy, Ceiito by imp. Priam and Hinda by Monmonth Eclipse, the latter the 
dam of Fanny by Shark, Jr., son of Shark by American Eclipse, she tbe dam of 
Wliite Oak and Warbeshaw by Young Langford. This female line is extinct. Cin- 
dendla also produced Cornelia Couover and Celeste by Henry. Celeste left nothing 
in the female line. Cornelia Conover was the dam of Shark, Jr. liy Shark, Heiress 
and Grace Darling by imp. Trustee, and the latter was the dam of Countess by 
Truxton, 8<m of imp. Barefoot. Countess was the dam of Nettie I>y Kenneth, son 
of imp. Vorkshire, anil Nellie by Touchstone, son of imp. Lapidist. Nettie was 
the dam of Exotic by Extra, son of Endor.ser, Fanny Wizer by Terror, son of Ruric, 
she the dam of Stilton by imp. Strachino, etc. Nellie is the dam of Ihia by Gen. 
Custer, son of Donerail, and Bothwell by Montrose, sou of Duke of Montrose. 
Young Maid of the Oaks was the dam of Miss Walton by Meudoza, brother to Sir 
Walter, Katy Ann by Ogle's Oscar, sou of imp. Gabriel, Highland Mary, the noted 
and i)opiilar racehorse and stallion Medoc, Cora and Gipsy by Anierieau Eclipse, 
Coronet by Henry, and a mare by (iohanna that was dam of Fauny Bontoii by imp. 
Trustee. Miss Walton was the dam of Goliah, Florauthe and Zela by American 
Eclipse, Dosoris by Henry, and Moustache by imp. Trustee. This family line i< 
extinct. 



THE THOROrGHBRED HORSE. 03 

Katy Anil was the dam of Latly Thompkins by American Eclipse, Maid of Miami 
Ijy Orphan Boy, Fleiir de Lis by imp. Valentine, sou of Magistrate, and Butterfly by 
imp. Skylark. Lady Thompkins was the dam of Tranbyana by imp. Trauby, 
Motto by imp. Barofoot, Sally Ann by imp. Trustee, Fiatt (t-lie Blue filly) by imp. 
Hedgeford, and a lilly by Cadmus. Traubyana was the dam of Belle Lewis, Bay 
Dick and Maggie Cragg by imp. Gleucoe, a filly by Wagner, Big Boston liy Boston, 
and Altoona by Vincent Xolte, son of American Eclipse. Belle Lewis was the dam 
of Nell Robinson, a good race-horse, by Wagner, Bonnie (dam of Susie Allen), Lutlicr 
by Lexington, Kurica by Ruric, and several foals by Trotter. This liue has run out. 
Maggie Cragg was the dam of Carrie Cosby by Oliver, sou of Wagner, ami 
she the dam of May D. (May Beverly), Lady Cripple, Docility and Stella by 
Hunter's Lexington, Creola bj' Creedmore, S(ui of Asteroid, and Wicklaud by 
Judge Wiiklirte. Jlay Beverly was the dam of Jlaid of Woodland by ,lohu Mor- 
gan, Proctor Knott by King Pynn and Actress by Longbow. Maid of Woodlands 
was dam of Birdie Ray by Kiug Pyun, Maid of Richland by Voltigeur, etc. Stella 
IS the dam of Frank Ward, a good one, Stelletta, Larry Farrell, Sam Ross, Crissie, 
etc., by Voltigeur, son of Vandal. Creola is the dam of Cretonia, Trowu, etc. by 
Voltigeur. 

Motto was the dam of Red Oak, Xauuie Lewis, a real good one (dam of Aldabarau), 
Sally Lewis, Gov. Wicklitfe and My Lady by imi). Gleucoe, Melita Hunter by Lexiug- 
ton, and Raglan by imp. Scythian. Sally Lewis was the dam of John Morgan, a 
superior race-horse, by imp. Sovereigu, Minnie Lewis by Revenue, Lotta by Hunter's 
Gleucoe, Linda Lewis by Oliver, Hiiiitei's Lexington, Glenrose, .Susan Beaue and 
Acrobat, a good racer, by Lexington, and Plauivoo by Plauet. Nannie I^ewis left 
nothing in the female line. Minnie Lewis was the dam of Lorentia by imp. Austra- 
lian, Melrose and Alf Riley by Asteroid, Mollie McGiuley by imp. Glen Athol, Pin- 
back I)y King Pynn, and Zuma by Longbow. Lorentia was the dam of Willie 
llinkle by Rogers, son of Lexington, King Cole by King Lear, Anemone by King 
Pynn, sou of imp. Australian, Lcesbnrg by Lever, McBowling by Tom Bowling, 
Four Tens by Ten Broeck, Laureate and Unlucky by Leouatus. Willie Hiukle is the 
dam of Bessie Hinckley by imp. Buckden, Weeks by Ferncliff, Huuley S. and her 
sister by Erdenheim. Anemone is the dam of Delaware (Dell) by Little Jim, son of 
Planet, and she the dam of Bnllrush by Stampede. Znina is the dam of Jlariou C. 
and her sister by Harry O'l'allon. Lotta was the dam of Vixeu by Planet, Glen- 
more (the superior race-horse, winner of the great four mile race, three heats, 7.2yA. 
7.30^, 7.31, the fastest three heats ever made in a race), Greenfield, Lottery ami 
Glailiator by imp. Glen Athol, and a filly by Powhattau, Linda Lewis was the dam 
of Nazareth by Asteronl, Kioba and Quiver by Longbow, Linden, a superior race- 
horse and very promising stallion, Withrow by Longfellow, and Liiuiie by Macdnfi'. 
Glenrose was the dam of GlemUua and Glendew by imp. Glengarry, Biloxi and 
Biickthoru by imp. Bonnie Scotland, and Restless, a good mare (dam of Repose), by 
imp. Mortemer. Gleudora is the dam of Eiiiblem (dam of Lottie S.),.Eiidora by 
EiKjuirer and Beaver by Bramble. Glendew is the <laiu of Glendair l)y Norfolk. 
Guardsman by Monday, Giicnue, Geofi'rey and Glenlivet by Flood. Susan Beane 
was the dam of .Stratford (Leani:ngtou II.), a superior race-horse, the unbeaten 
Sensation, Onondaga, a good racer and sire, Sns(iuehauna, a good mare, and Sioux, 
all by imp. Leamington, Sonlirette and Sir Hercules by Alarm. Susquehanna is the 
daiu of Sussex by imp. Ill Ised, Susanna by Kingfisher, Chesapeake, a winner, the 
great Potoniai, and Schuylkill by imp. St. Blai.se. Soubrette is the dam of Darlington 
by Iroquois, .lohn Lakeland by Rnnnymede, etc. 

My Lady was the dam of Onward, a snjierior race-horse, by Ringgold, Blandina 
and Marguerite by Lexington, Maggie Welch by Asteroid, Clifton by Planet, a filly 
by King Alfonso, and Fiugal by Lisbon. Blandina was the dam of Calash by imp. 
Phaeton, Red Blulfby imp. Australian, Christina, Bresica (Polina's dam) and I'lsie 
by King All'onsci, Sea Foam by Lisbon, False Note, Keynote and Falsita by Falsetto. 
Calash is the dam of Albeiii.irlo and Tar Heel by Abd-el Koree, Elite, Etha, Eolian. a 
very speedy good racer, Kthio, Chirk, Ethus, Caiitey, Cante and Caleche, all by Eolns. 



G4 TUE TllOUOrcUBUEL) nOKSE. 

Elite is the daiii ijf the wiuiifV.s C'lijistdiie, Hel ty C:irey (KiifieC.) :ni(l Annie (i. l>y 
imp. di;ii;ixus. I'lsie is tlie ilaiii ol' tin/ gooil tillies Baixlnsia, Emma G., etc., by 
ISend'or, sou of imp. Buekdeii. ilavgiierite was the dam of Foddie Pope by Planet, 
she the dam of Katura H. by ."^ilent Frieud, aud she the dam of Moiodine by Melodist, 
Prude, Katie Creel (Kenwood's dam). Azalea, Maeola aud Nettie by King Alfonso, and 
Lady Atliol by imp. Gleu Athol. Azalea is the dam of Gazalea and Pinkie T. by imp. 
Glengarry. Jlelita Hunter left nothing in the female line. Sally Ann by imp. 
Trustee was the dam of Harjier by imp. Gleucoe, Sandhurst by Lexington, aud Kate 
Quinu by Wagner, she the dam of Herman by Viueeute Nolte, Quincy by Kuric, filly 
by Lexington, one by Ulverstim, Wallaby Jack and Ins sister by imp. Australiau, 
Asteroid IL by Asteroid, colt Australiau by Vouug Australian. 

Fiatt (the Blue lilly) was the dam of Blue Bell by Cborister, sou of imp. Cou- 
tract by Catton, Kate Hunter, Liz Morgau, Hunter's Gleucoe aud a sister by imp. 
Gleucoe. Blue Bell was the dam of Lunette aud Cygnet by Big Bostou, Grey Don by 
Hornpipe, sou of imp. Gleucoe, Nellie Grey aud Betsey Hunter by Oliver, sou of 
Waguer, Julia Mattiugly, Sougstress and Sougbird by John Morgan, Cruiskeeu, 
Bessie Lee, Specie Payment and Blue Binl (Breastjiin's dam) by Hunter's Lexiugtou. 
Lunette was dam of Kebel Morgan liy John Morgan. There is no female from eitljer 
her or Cyguet. Nellie Grey was the dam of Sallie Newton and Nannie May. (dam of 
Sue Willie) by John Morgau, Kate Adams, Lizzie Hayden aud Betty Magruder by 
Hunter's Lexiugtou, Lunette by Longfellow, Malise by AVaverly, Lilly Grey by 
Judge Wiekliffe, Ellen Terry (Lillie Smith) and a sister by Lougbow. Sallie 
Newton was the dam of Modesty (Iluth) by Revolver (she the dam of Blush, Laura 
Keene aud Ruth by Ramadan), Eldorado and Little Criss (the dam of Bonnie S. by 
Planter, Jim Clare by Granger, Hnia B. aud her sister by J(diu Harper), both by 
Revolver, Capt. Flagherty, Lilly B., Autumn Leaf by imp. Hurrah, Sallie Harper 
and a sister by John PLirper, and Frank E. by Probability. Betty Magruder is the 
dam of Becky B. (Becky Bye) and Maggie P. by Longbow, Lucius by Harry O'Fallou, 
and St. Bridget by Leonatus. Betsey Hunter was the dam of Kate Mattiugly by 
John Morgau, Chasseuse, Joe Johnson, Fanny .lohnsou, Aunt Winnie and Judge 
AVickliffe by Huuter's Lexiugtou, IiKiuire by Euciuirer, Katharine M. by imp. Gleu 
Athol, and Miss Hunter (Annex) by King Alfonso. Kate Mattiugly was the dam 
of Hybla by Hunters Lexington (she the dam of King Pippiu by Kiug Pyun, 
Huntress by Bob WooUey, Susie Forbes aud a sister by Rebel), Long Girl by Long- 
fellow, Herbert (Tom Pluukett) by luip. Glenelg, Matinee aud Miss Mattie by imp. 
Buekden, aud The JIaid by Erdenheim. Chasseuse was the dam of Dilsey by 
Hunters Lexiugtou (she the daui of McMurtry by Miser, Mamie Cole by Harry 
O'Fallou, aud Miss Gibson by imp. King Ban), Little Planet by Planet, Florence D. 
(Lougchase) by Longfellow (she the dam of Debut by Pat Slalloy, and G. W. C. 
by Little RutKii). Fanny Jolinsou is the dam of Sallie .leuuings by Ortolan, sou of 
Donerail, Frank B. by Longfellow, Via (Loliou's dam). Full Moon, Virago and Nina 
Darnell by. Vagabond, sou of A'andal. Sallie JcuningH is the dam of Carolina by 
Harry Lamar, Vagantes by Vagabond, Bonnie Blaze by George Kiuney, Hattie 
O'Falloii aud Jiiii Guest by Harry O'Fallou. Julia Mattiugly was the dam of Fanny 
Mattiugly, Belle of Nelson aud Belle of Maywooil l>y Hunter's Lexington, Wanderess 
by Wanderer, aud Alaruiist (Fright's dam) by Alarm. Fanny Mattiugly is the dam 
of (ilendalc by imp. Glenelg. Eiiiuty, a sister, and Mirabeau by Enquirer, Turn- 
bull by imp. (ireat Tom, Miiiiiie L. and other foals by Hoquois. Equity is the 
dam of Justice by imp. Woodlands, aud a lilly and colt by imp. Daluacardoch. 
Belle of Nelson is dam of Marion by Malise, ami Belle Noyes by Grenada. Belle of 
Maywooil is dam of Branch (Stiletto) aud JIayrose by Duke of Montrose, the great 
racehorse Teiiiiy and Maywood by imp. Rayou d'Or, aud Rafter by imp. Kautaka. 
Sougbird IS the dam of Bob Jlay and May Bird by Huutera Lexiugtou. Sougstress 
was the dam of Julia Jackson (Pat Clayton's dam) aud Little Jack by Hunter's Lex- 
ington. Bessie Lee was the ilaiii of Oriuoca by Ortolan, Procrastmatiou by Bul- 
wark, Vicinity aud Dot by Vagabond. Lizzy Morgan was the dam of Mollio Fisher 
by mil). Knight of St. George, Sally Morgau liy lu'venue, Morg.iu Scout and Kllcu C. 



THE THOKOrCniiRED nORSE. 65 

l>y John Morgan, Ratan by Lexington, Rosy Morgan by Planet, and Minnie B. by 
imp. Glen Atbol. Mollie Fisher was the dam of Mor^iaua by John Morgan, Nellie 
Knight, Mand Ilanijitou and Lida Kniglit by Hnnter's Lexington, Pearl by War 
Dance, and Lamar liy King Pynn. Morgiana was the dam of Jewel by War Danee, 
Panline Lee by Lee Paul, son of Lexington, Conn by Daniel Boone, Moriana by Long- 
bow, Harry Fields, Donnell and a sister by Harry O'Fallon. Jewel is the dam of 
Dnette by King Alfonso, Leah 8obel by imp. Bui-lider., Ban Dance and Jewel Ban by 
imp. King Ban, Jewel H. and Mr. Api)lcby by Himyar, and a chestnnt tilly )>y 
Alarm. Dnette is the dam of Opera and Oratorio by Harry O'Fallon, Seraphina by 
imj). Siddartha, and Bine Maid by Blue Eyes. Pearl was the dam of Kossuth by 
Londonderry, and Banka by imp. King Ban. Maud Hampton is the dam of Creton 
by Judge Wicklitl'e, the grand race horses Ban Fox, King Fox, King Thomas, Ethel 
and Mabel by imp. King Ban, a colt by imp. St. Blaise, and a tilly by imi). SirModred. 
Creton is the dam of Jennie S. by Fellowcraft, Clean Heels by Duke of Montrose, 
and Ragnarok by imp. Deceiver. 

Sally Morgan was the dam of Maggie Morgan and Charity Morgan (King Cyrus' 
dam) by Hunter's Lexington, Jack Trigg by Lightning, Longbow, Sozodont, Long- 
way and Miss Kelson by Longfellow, Vrill by imp. Glen Atliol, and Enterprise by 
Enquirer. Maggie Morgan was the dam of Janette by John Morgan, Tolima by imp. 
Glen Athol, Orelia by Waverly, Anxiety by Alarm, La Cigale by King Alfonso, and 
Vender by Virgil. Tolima is the dam of Curtolima (Kitestring's dam) by Judge Cur- 
tis, Maggie Bruce by Bill Bruce, Glen Fox by Caligula, Strathlene by imp. Strachino, 
Countess ami Pcntolima by imp. Neweourt, and Ogestoh by Lisbon. Orelia is the 
dam of Ram Lai (Eugene Brodie), Mr. Isaacs and Yolaude by imp. Glen Athol, and 
Laura Gie by- Falsetto. Anxiety is the dam of Rerasen by King Alfonso, and Lizzie 
Sauter by Falsetto. La Cigale is the dam of Maj. Mulford by Longfellow. Vrill was 
dam of Merter by Revolver, she the dam of Dew Drop by Chillicotbe, son of Lexing- 
ton, and Cyclou by Chillicotbe. Sozodont is the dam of Doolittle by King Alfonso, 
I'rsula by Duke of Montrose, So So by Longtield, and a tilly by imp. Darebin. Ratau 
was dam of Cuba, Lancewood, Girotl6 and Girotla by imp. Leamington, and Wildiire 
by Wildidle (she the dam of Edgewood by Emiuirer, Ithaca, and a sister by imp. 
Saxon). Rosy Morgan was the dam of Maggie D. (the dam of Joe Harris aud Twang), 
and Guadalujie by Pilgrim, Sam Bennett (Rebel Scout) and Nettie (Miss Hawkins) 
by Rebel, aud Morgan Scout, Jr., Ijy Silent Friend, son of imp. Australian. Nettie is 
the dam of Rebel Planet by Wade Hampton, son of Rodolph by Gen. Twiggs, 
Charleie by Blue Dick, Waneta and Ella Trent by Plusetto. 

Fleur de Lis by imp. Valentine was the dam of Buckeye Lass by Admiral, son of 
imp. Barefoot. Buckeye Lass was the diim of Woodnymph by Wagner, Monarch, 
Jr., by imp. Monarch, Romance by imp. Scythian, Ella Boston by Lexington, and 
Waxy (Bertha) by imp. Cruiser. Romance was the dam of Prelude by imp. Cruiser, 
Nellie Boston by Frank Boston, son of Lexington, Roseola by Daniel the Projihet, 
and Grafton by Virginian, son of Ringgold. Prelude was the dam of Tom Boston by 
Frank Boston, Lithe and Preface by imp. Hurrah. Lithe is the dam of Lithsome 
and her sister by Barntou. Nellie Boston is the dam of Fannie Shields, Maggie 
Shields (Pernna's dam). Woodbine, Valentine and Woodstock, Jr., Ijy Woodstock, 
Cynthia Rose by Red Eagle, son of Grey Eagle, and Gleu Daly by imp. KyrleDaly. 
Fannie Shields was the dam of Sattie Seymour bj' imp. Hnnah, Good Friday by 
imp. Kyrle Daly, Belle of Licking and Siildie Mitchell by Grenada. Waxy was the 
ilam of Wexford (Tnrenue), Dan O'Hara, Bertha May, Mattie G., Harry Wexford and 
Lady Langtry by Woodstock, son of imp. Australian (the latter the dam of Katie 
Mac, Benedict and Nivalis by Bertram, son of Kentucky), and Lolah (dam of Susy 
T.) by Northumberrand, brother to Norfolk. Cora by American Eclipse was the dam 
of 2d Priam ami Lucy Toland by imp. Priam, 3d Boston by Cost Johnson, sou of 
Boston, aud a clicstunt mare by Wagner, she the dam of Ellen Fall and Allele by 
imp. Albion, Balmoral by Lexington, and Jesse .Joiner by Bill Cheatham. Ellen Fall 
was the dam of.)osaphiue Saunders by Hiawatha (she the dam of Chili Mcintosh, 
Lawproof and a sl.ster by Victory), aud Watsona by Watsou, she the dam of Allmau 



66 THE THOKOCGHBREn HORSE. 

and Vina by Ccelebs, son of Pat Malloy. Adile \v:is tlu- ilam of Kaiiiiy Moore by 
imp. Boiiiiie Siotland, Gladys by Ringmaster, son of Ringgold, Raneli- Wai-Me, 
Rotha, Blasto and Wali-ta Wab by J. C. Breclvenrldge, son of Lexington, Wab-O- 
Naisa by Plowman, Fair Connt, Wedding Day and Finale by Dndley, son of Pbiuet, 
and Wahnooka l)y Bob WooUey. Fannie Moore was tbe dam of Lady Wdoilford by 
Woodford, son of Ringgold, Spitcfnl by Edgecomb, son of Le.xingtnii. ll.iiiiiony and 
Nettie JLirtin liy Concord, son of Lexington. Lady Woodford was tbe dam of Paris 
Green, Bonnie Brnce and Bonnie Lee by Scottish Eclipse, son of iinii. Bonnie Scot- 
land, Mollie Bawn, Morna Woodford and Sallie Hagen by Fanstns, Yolande IL by 
Aliunde, and Hagen by Pat Farrell. Paris Green was the dam of Faustina (dam of 
Spanish Fly and Dick Wbittington) by Fanstus, and Gretna Green by Moscow, sou 
of War Dance. Bonnie Bruce was tbe dam of Froila and Bobby Beach by Fanstns, 
Bonnie Lee is the dam of Fansterman, Jack Harding and Bessie Bi iggs by Fanstns. 
Spiteful is the dam of Leila Belle, Mary Bet. Chaney and Ella S. by Concord, Old 
Mike and George Morrow by Dvike of Kent. Leila Bell is dam of Ella Rogers by 
Duke of Kent, and Mrs. Evans by Ten Stone. Mary Bet. Chaney is dam of EHaline 
and West Anna by Duke of Kent. Nettie Martin is dam of Nettie Kent, Nannie P. 
and Capt. Ruby by Dnke of Kent, and Gracie M. by Ten Stone. Gladys is the dam 
of Cultivator by Plowuum, Jliss-Go-Lively (Hatty Cheeney's dam), Oakleaf, Raton 
and Yelta by Dudley, and Joe. O. Set by Vocalic. Ranch- Wai-Me is the dam of 
Zotum, Hatto, Alveda, Zi-Zi, Dover and a sister by Diidley. W^ah-ta-Wah is the 
dam of Eleanore, Toolooah and Count Dudley by Dudley. Wah-0-Xaisa is the dam 
of Wan-o-sac-ua, Hard to Tell (Duster's dam) and Nekania by Dudley. Balmoral 
was the dam of Miss Alnui by Bill Cheatham, she the dam of Annie Malloy by Night- 
shade, Lizzie McDonald by Escape, and Bitter Sweet by C'richton, sou of iui]). Glen- 
coe, she the dam of Icewitch by Iceberg, Lochiel and Lew Joslyn by imp. Lochiel, 
sou of Sweetmeat. 

Gipsy, sister to Cora, was tbe dam of Niagara and bis sister by imp. Trustee, 
Sunbeam by imp. Langford, Young Gipsy by imi). Mercer, Pryor and his sisters, Nos. 1 
and 2, by imji. Glencoe. Pryor was a superior race-horse and died in England. The 
blood of this branch of the Duchess family is transmitted through the two sisters of 
Pryor and Y'oung Gipsy. The latter was the dam of Bosio by imp. Ecli]ise, Feathers 
and Gipsy Lass by Revenue. Bosu> was the dam of Rivulet by Rivoli, she tbe dam of 
Clematis (Rill) by Creedmore, son of Asteroid, Cornuco])ia by Virgil, a tilly by Flood, 
and Modesto by Momlay. Bosio also produced Heron and Emma Hunter by Lever. 
Emma Hunter is the dam of Tom Stacey by Lisbou, Walter T. (Elk Hunter) by 
Falsetto, Stranger and Avon Lass by Stratford. Sister to Pryor No. 1 was the dam of 
Glycera and Colossus, both good racers, by imp. Sovereign, Susie Spears by imp. 
Arab Fysaul, Lute, sent to England, and Saratoga by imp. Knight of St. George. 
Glycera was the dam of Kuighthood and Sue Ryder by imp. Knight of St. George, 
Merry Bird by imp. Jlickey Free, Carrie Atherton by Lexingtou, Mary Edith by imp. 
Fazzoletto, Wari)ath, The Gleaner and Cordelia by War Dance. Sue Ryder was the 
dam of Ranee, Bonne Bouche and Remus by Reform, Alistair by Alarm, and Ci'acks- 
mau by imp. Woodlands. Ranee is the dam of Maggie Ahrens, Woodrauie, Register 
and Summer Coon by im)). Woodlau<ls, au<l Waiting (Miss Doloris) by imp. Dalna. 
cardoch. Merry Bird was the dam of Annie Richards by imp. Bonnie Scotland, she 
tbe dam of Boomerang, Festus, Nodaway Queen, etc., by Faustus. Carrie Atherton 
was the dam of Janet Norton and Dnke by imp. Leamington, Nortonian by Panic, 
Glenroy and Nettie Norton by imji. Glenelg, Buttress by Barricade, Marviue (Can- 
teen's dam) anil Mont dOr by imp. Mortcmcr. .lanet Norton is the dam of Free 
Love an<l Kcyser by Luke Blackliurn. Mary Edith had a lilly by War Dance, and 
Cordelia was the dam of Jlark Daly by imp. Kyrle Daly, and Polaris by imp. Thun- 
derstorm. Susie Spears was dam of Mamie M. by War Dance, she the dam of Eastover 
(Elkridge's dam) by John Payne, and Sue Casey by Hermit, son of Warwick. Saratoga 
■was the dam of Sweet Sixteen, Monmouth, Simoon, Congressman and Claudina by 
AVar Dance. Sweet Sixteen was tbe dam of Limo by Linnistonc, son of War Dance, and 
8h(^ the dam of Prim-ess Liiiio by imp. Prince Charlie, and Linio Brook liy Ten Broeck, 



THE TnOKOTTGHBEED HORSE. 67 

etc. Simoon is the dam of Moonlight and Moonshine by Princeton, son of Oakland, 
Half Moon and Rosa ilaybnd by imp. Strachino. Sister to Pryor Xo. 2 was the, dam 
of Reporter and Summerside by Lexington, both sent to Eughmd, Alumina by imp. 
Eclipse, .lohn Kilgour by imp. Mickey Free, Sister of Charity and Buckshot by imp. 
Kniglit of St. George, Wheatly, Lord Jersey and Midsummer by War Dance. Alumina 
was the dam of Leona and sister by War Dance, Mettle and Milan by Melbourne, .Ir., 
Alchemy, Fairfield, Amalgam, Oxygen and Virginia Keeue by Bullion, sou of AVar 
Dance. Lcona is the dam of Golden Era by Bullion, Emma Hancock, Dick Hancock 
and Stella Walker by Outcast, aud Swifter by Hyder Ali. Sister of Charity was the 
dam of Pimlico, Warsaw, Sister of Mercy, John R. Swiney and Sisterly by War Dance. 
Sister of Mercy was the dam of Heck by Leamington or Reform, Bonnie Cliiel, Pardee, 
Compassion and Devotee by Alarm, luka, Tessa K. and Sister Marie by Reform, Merci 
aud Bashford by imp. Woodlands, luka is dam of Caress by imp. Woodlands, aud 
Alarming by Alarm. Midsummer was the dam of Billion by Bullion, .Summer Storm 
(Amos A. "s dam) by King Faro or imp. Tliunderstorm, Trinkitat (the dam of Daisy F. 
and Balgowan by imp. Thunderstorm), Outlaw and Eugenia by Outcast, and a filly by 
Geo. Kinuey. This Duchess family is one of the most famous racing and producing 
ones to l>e found in the stud-book. 

Peggy, bay mare foaled in 1788, imp. by Col. John Tayloe, Virginia, was by 
Trumpator, son of Conductor by Matchem, dam Peggy, sister to Postmaster by Her- 
od, grandam by Suap, sou of Snip by Flying Chihlers, great grandam liy Gower Stal- 
lion, son of the Godolphin Arabian, out of a daughter of Childers. Peggy produced 
Britannia by English Pegasus, Peggy by imp. Bedford, son of Duugannou by 
Eclipse, Fairy by Highflyer, and others. A sister to Peggy and Aimator was bred to 
Sir Peter Teazle, son of Highfl3-er by Herod, then crossed on Youug Gohanna, Whale- 
bone and Pleniijotentiary, three of the tail-male line to Eclipse, and then to Gladiator, 
a Herod, aud we have thus the great brood mare Queeu Mary, the dam of Balrowuie, 
Bonnie Scotland, Broomielaw, Haricot (the dam of Cramoud and Caller-On, winner of 
34 Queen's Plates aud the St. Leger, Brighton and York Cups), Braxey ^dnul of imp. 
Bernice), and Thrift (the dam of Tristan, La Dauphine and Kate Hampton), Blink 
Bonny, a winner of the Derby and Oaks and dam of Borealis, Blair Athcd, winner of 
the Derby and St. Leger, and Breadalbaue, winner of the Prince of Wales and Grat- 
wicke stakes. Other famous winners in the family are Sir Bevys (Derby), Hampton 
(Epsom Gold Cup, Doncaster and Goodwood Cups and Goodwood stakes), Broomie- 
law (Dee stakes and Chesterfield stakes), BUukhoolie (Ascot Gold Vase and Alex- 
andra Plate), Good Hope (Vienna Derby), Beauclerc (Middle Park Plate), and other 
famous sires and matrous. Peggy by imp. Bedford was the dam of Trumpetta by 
Hephestion, son of imp. Buzzard and imp. Castianira, the dam of Sir Arcliy, by Rock- 
ingliam. This is the only female credited to her. Trumpetta produced Little Peggy 
by Gallatin, son of imp. Bedford, imp. Mauibriua by Mambrino, aud two fillies 
by Kosciusko, sou of Sir Archy. The two last have disappeared, leaving notliing 
behind them. Little Peggy became the property of Dr. Elisha Warfield, of The Mead- 
ows, near Lexington, the breeder of the famous Lexington. She had fonr fillies, one 
by Sir .\rchy Montorio (Big .Vrchy), one, Electra, by Sidi Hamet, son of Virginian, one. 
Too Soon, by Sir Leslie, son of Bertraud, aud Cherry Bird by Celestion, sou of Sir 
Leslie and Rowena, tlie dam of Alice Carueal, Lexington's dam. The first two left 
no female produce. Too Soon produced Buford by imp. Nonplus, and Garret Davis by 
Glencoe, both good race-horses, Primrose by .Sidi Hamet, Utilla by imp. Margrave, 
Peggy hy Boston, and Kaloolah by imp. Yorkshire. Primrose left no thoroughl)red 
foals, and the same is true of Kaloolah. I'tilla produced Ashland by Mambrino Cliicf. 
Wind and Pit-a-Pat by Berthuue, a filly by imp. Consternation, Young I'tilla by 
Hurricane (Warfield's Florizel), LT version and Ultima by Lexington. Yonng Itilla 
produced several good race-horses, including Monomania (Tasmania), Dr. Butler and 
Teetotal by Melbourne, Jr., Gaberlunzie by Bonnie Scotland, Hattie by .Australian, 
and .several foals by Pimlico. I'ltinia produced Aurora Raby and Attila by imp. Aus- 
tralian, the laftcr of wliiib wou at a mile, over .Jerome Park course, in 1.44A. one 
mile aud a furlong in l..'>8, and tin- Travers stake in 1H74, oue-and-thrcc-iiuartcr miles 



C8 THE Tiiin;nri;in;i;En iiorse. 

in 2.0Sf , after a (lead beat with Acrobat iu 2.09.1. Ultima also produced Nuisance, 
•Snnrise and Totilla by Planet, Sonera, Ultimatum and Alma by King Alfonso, Pleas- 
antry and Cleopatra by Falsetto, etc. Aurora Raby was a good race-mare and the 
dam of Bill Bruce, one of the best sons of Encjuirer, Respond by the same sire, and 
the noted little gelding Charley (Jorham by Blarneystone. Nuisance proiluced several 
good ones. Sunrise has had no chance in the stud, and the others are virtually un- 
tried, with the exception of Monomania, who h.is produced several good ones, such 
as Monitress, Scissors and Monopoly by War Dance, Mammonist, Monopole, Mono- 
gram, Matrimony and Jlona, all by imp. Buckden and gooil iierformers. Gilt Edge 
and Lida Laroy by Gilroy. Peggy by Boston was the dam of Annie Laurie by Viu- 
cente Nolte, son of American Eclipse, Bridget by Paddy Burns, son of Grey Eagle, 
Princess Royal by imp. Sovereign, and Mathilde by imp. Scythian. Annie Lanrie i)ro- 
duced a number of good ones, such as Kate McDonald by imp. Mickey Free (the dam 
of Trouble, the best horse over timber ever in America), and Pest liy imp. Pluctou 
(the latter a good one), Locust Post, Flying Locust and others by Melbourne, .Jr., 
Annie Butler by Ulverston, she the dam of Mary Howard by imp. Hartington, that 
]>roduced the speedy mare Pearl .Jennings, Mary Payne and Ada Rees by Lelaps, sou 
of imp. Leamington, Sally Howard, dam of Mary li^llis, by King Lear, son of J^exing- 
ton, Isaac Murphy by Virgil, etc. Annie Lanrie is also dam of Experiment by imp. 
Phaeton, Venturia, and Mamie O. by Virgil, and Locust Bloom by Tom Bowling, the 
latter the dam of Chilhowee by King Ban, Elknoe l>y Longfellow, etc. Venturia is 
the dam of some good ones. The family is a. racing one, and has produced race-horses 
■ nniformly when properly bred. 

Imp. Selima was a bay mare, foaled 1710, bred by Lord Craven, by the Godolphin 
Arabian, dam Large Hartley mare by Mr. Hartley's Blind Horse, grandam Flying 
Whigg by William's Woodstock Arabian, great grandam Grey Whynot by Whyuot, 
sou of the Feuwick Barb, ont of a Royal mare. She was own sister to Babraham, 
Mogul and Marlborough. Many of the best horses and successful stallions in America 
and England trace in direct female line to this family, such as Blank, Babraham, 
Gower Stallion, Merlin by Second, Sweetbriar, Horusea, Amsterdam, Soothsayer, 
Jerry, Harvester, Skylark, etc. In America imp. Ambassador by Plenipotentiary, 
imp. Buckden, imp. Driver, imp. Gabriel, imp. Mendosa, and the following bred in 
this country. Alarm, Picolo, Oden, Cloverbrook, the famous Grey Eagle. Robin Gi'ey 
(sire of Lady Grey), Hanover, Foxhall. etc., descend from the same source. Selima 
was the dam of Partner, Ariel and a sister l)y imp. Traveler, son of Croft's Partner, 
Stella, Selim and Ebony by imp. Othello, Black Selima by imp. Fearnought, etc. 

The Traveler mare, sister to Partner and Ariel, was the dam of Peg by imp. 
Juniper, she the dam of a filly by imp. Othello, she the dam of the filly by Leonidas, 
lion of Lloyd's Traveler, and she the dam of (illy by Hall's Union, son of imp. Slim, 
who was the dam of Pandora by Grey Dionuul. Pandora was the dam of Daisy 
Cropper and Silverheels by Ogle's Oscar, Aunn-a and Pocahontas by Lloyd's Viiigt'iiu. 
Aurora was the dam of Fanny Wright by Silverheels, and she the dam of Tiberius 
by imp. I'riam, Ennna Wright and Eleanor Margrave by imp. Margrave. Ennna 
AVright was the dam of Laura Farris and Miss Doyle by Lexington, Jerseyman and 
the noted Mollie .lackson (who won at all distances and won the fanmus three-mile 
race in .5.1!.")^, ~).',H}, 5. 28J, which has never liecn eijualled) by ^■aIldal, Earring l)y 
Ringgold, Woodstock by imp. Australian, Geo. Wilkes and Euieti liy Astoria. The 
blood is best l)reservcd in this line through Mollie Jackson, who was tlie dam of 
Monday by Colton, son of Lexington, I'anny Ludlow, Temi)tation and Long Branch 
by imp. Eclipse, anil Doubt by imii. Eclijise or I'avalier, son of imp. Eclipse. Fanny 
Ludlow was the dam of .launiica by Lexington, Cedric, Cherokee, Clupola and 
Choctaw by imj). .Saxon, Clare by imp. Gleulyou, Cholula, Cataline and Conrisando 
by imi). >Iortenier, and Alexina by Duke of Magenta. Jamaica is the dam of the 
grand race-horse Foxhall, Potosi, American Girl, Alexander and Abaca by King 
Alfonso, Octojins and Joanna by Falsetto. Doubt is the dam id' >billu- .lacksmi, .h., 
by Battle Axe, and Stockton by Spcndlhrift. 

Stella by imii. OtlicUo was tlio dam of Harmony (dam of Hall's Union) and a 



THE TlIOKOrGUIillED HOUSE. 09 

sister by imi). Figure, Primrose autl Thistle by iinii. Dove. Tlie sister to Ilanuouy 
fotiiuled the family through which Exchange by Richmond, sou of imji. [Sir Harry, 
tr;u.-es. Exchauge was the dam of JIary Seldeu by Sussex, and Glorvina by Industry, 
sou of Sir Archy. Glorvina was the dam of Laura Siiillmau by Wagner, aud she the 
dam of Nora, Williamsburg, Blue Bells and Daylight by Lightning, Mary Clay by 
Kcveuuo, ami Busy Bee by War Uam^e, the latter dam of Violet by Viley, aud Busy 
Body by Day Star. Mary Clay was the dam of Sanford by imii. Glenelg, Lancaster 
and Sue Finnie by imp. Buckdeu, the latter the dam of Bettie C, Ofalcce, Trimble 
and Alf Allen by H.arry O'Fallon. Primrose by imp. Dove was the dam of Cades by 
Wormsley's King Herod, she the dam of Hornet aud Stiug by imp. Diomcd, and Lady 
Bolingbroke by imp. Pantaloon. Lady Bolingbroke was the dam of C'alia by 
Symme's Wildair, Dcsdemoua aud Virginia by imj). Dare Devil, Lavinia, Superior, 
Primrose, Wrangler audLady Chestertield by imp. Diomed. Lady Chesterfield was 
the dam of the mare by Sir Archy that was the dam of Ophelia by Wild Medley, and 
she the dam of the superior race-horse Grey Eagle, and Falcon by Woodpecker, son 
of Bcrtraud by Sir Archy. Falcon was the dam of Lilla D. and Ella D. by Vandal, 
Alert by Lexington, aud Scythia by iun). Scythian. Ella D. was the dam of Paris 
aud Paris Belle by Lexington, and Bourbon Belle (the dam of the grand race-horse 
Hanover and Houston by Hindoo) by imp. Bonnie Scotland. Alert was the dam of 
Vaudalla (Gleucaire's dam) by Vandal, Tolona by imp. Phaeton, Harper by Long- 
fellow, Kenton by imp Glenelg, Richmond, Lookout and Active by Virgil. Scythia 
was the dam of Ida and Parisa by Paris, sou of Lexingtou, etc. Ida is dam of Virgilia 
and Idaho by Virgil, Idler by imp. Glenelg, and Irene by Leveller. Parisa is dam of 
Swamp Fox by Fonso. Ciclia by Symme's Wildair was the dam of Fair Forester by 
imp. Chance, aud Rosemary by imp. Diomed. Fair Forester was the dam of Polly 
Peacham by John Richai'ds, son of Sir Archy. She produced a tilly by imp. Monarch 
which was the dam of Mary O'Xeil aud Fawn by St. Louis, sou of Altorf. Mary 
O'Neil was the dam of Maggie O'Xeil, aud she the dam of Tillie W. by Joe Daniels, 
and Maggie O. by .Shannon. Fawn was the dam of Bettie by Gen. Lougstreet, she 
the dam of Mary Shaw by Gov. Bowie, aud Bernice by imp. Intruder. Polly by imp. 
Sovereign, out of Polly Peacham, was the dam of Susau Gillespie by Engineer, sou 
of Revenue, and Kitty Guild by Hiawatha. Susau Gillespie was the dam of Alice 
Thompkius by imp. Gleugarry, Miss Malloy aud Brunette (Omega) by Pat Malloy. 
There are a few mares from Rosemary : only Eula by Muggins, Leoua King and Lady 
Corinue. Virginia by imp. Dare Devil wae the dam of Virginia by Sir Archy, she the 
dam of Caledonia by Jerry, son of Pacelot, Dolphin aud the good race-mare Giautess 
by imp. Leviathan. Caledonia was the dam of Polly Elliott by imp. Leviathan, she 
the dam of Peytoiia Barry by Rogers, Ada Tevis and Teuth Legion by imp. Albion. 
Ada Tevis was the dam of Blanche Rousseau by Commodore, sou of Boston, Charlotte 
Thompson by imp. Mickey Free, and Johuetta by Austerlitz. Blanche Rousseau is 
the dam of Lucy Wallace and Reel Dance by War Dance, Margaret Haight by Gilroy, 
La Blanche aud Susie L. by Vocalic. Lucy Wallace is the dam of Alma by Himyar, 
Martha aud Luminous by imp. Rayon d'Or. Reel Dance is the dam of Cotilliju and 
Minuet by imp. Rayon d'Or, aud Fandango by imp. Kautaka. Charlotte Thompson 
was the dam of the great gelding Barnum by imp. Bonnie Scotland, Sallie Gardner 
by Vandal, and Miss Muggins by Muggins. Sallie Gardner is the dam of Gardey ami 
Sallie G. by Flood, and Mi.ss Muggius is the dam of Guitar by Grit, Philopicna and 
Miss Blonde (Pci>pcrmint) by Plenipo, son of imp. Bonnie Scotland. Johuetta was 
the dam of ihlita anil two sisters by Muggins, son of Jack Malone. Melita is the 
dam of Von Moltke by Vermont, son of Vandal, Miss Hanliug by imp. Great Tom, 
Egmont by Eni|iiirer, Little Emily (Brillianteen) and Beudigo by Luke Blackburn, 
aud Moi Mih.i by Bramble. Dolphin was the dam of Minnow aud Whale by Voucher, 
son of Wagniu-. Jliuiimv was the dam of a uune liy Revenue, she the dam of a lilly 
by Lightning, she the dam of Adele by imp. Australian, she the dam of Bauda by 
King Ban, Adelina l)y Macduff, and fillies by Linileu. 

Giantess was the dam of Aduella, llnicui, Glencoe, Jr., aud the grand maro 
Peytona (winner of the great Peyton stake at Xaslivillc, ISCi). all by im].. (ilcncoc. 



70 THE THOROrCHBRED HORSE. 

Peytoua was the dam nf two lillifs l>y iinp. Ruliy, son of Emilius, and Transylvania 
by imp. Arab Jlassoud. Oik; of tlio Kiiby marcs was the dam of Matilda by imp. 
SovercigD, she the dam of Miss Tiltou by Daniel Boone, and Satilla by imp. Buckden. 
Miss Tiltou is the dam of the gelding G. W. Cook, Minnie by Congressman, Misfit 
by imp. Siddartha, etc. Transylvania was the dam of Palm Tree by Lexington, Date 
Tree by imp. Micky Free, Blanchette and Dewberry by imp. Knight of St. George, 
Limestone, Lime Tree and Limit by War Dance. Date Tree was the dam of Melodist 
by Melbourne, Jr,, Wah-ta-Wah by War Dance (she the dam of Olemus, Snook and 
Lass of Tamales), Arabia and Clara L. by imp. Thunderstorm, and Lou Mouette by 
imp. Strachino. Dewberry was the dam of J. H. Haverly by War Dance, Thunder- 
cloinl by imp. Thunderstorm, and Mary Berry by Bullion or Outcast. Lime Tree is 
the dam of Limey by imp. Thunderstorm, Limestreet by Streatlam, Belle of Medi- 
apolis and Limey Long by Lead On, son of imp. Leamington. Limit is tlie dam of 
Easter III. by imp. Tliunderstorm, and Limitone by Lead On. Some of the best 
race-horses, brood mares and stallions in England and America trace to this line of 
blood. 

The I'opinjay mare was foaled 1808, and imported by Hon. John Randolph, of 
Virginia. She was by Popinjay, son of iniii. Buzzard, dam Bourbon's dam by Precip- 
itate, sou of Mercury by Eclipse, grandam Voung Tiii'any by Highflyer, son of Herod, 
out of Tiffany by Eclipse, tracing through Young Hag by Skim, Hag by Crab, Ebouy 
by Flying Childers, and Old Ebony by Basto, to the Massey mare by Mr. Massey's 
Black Barb, to which trace in direct female line Trentham, Florizel (sire of imp. 
Diomed), Election, Quiz, Koyal Oak, Mulatto, Defence, The Emperor, The Palmer, 
Rosicruciau, Dutch Skater, Doucastei', Gladiateur, Hermit (sire of imp. St. Blaise, 
Tristan, Peter, etc.), imp. Flinmap, imp. Barefoot, imp. Shamrock, imp. Speculator, 
imp. Eliza (the graudam of the great producing mare Topaz l)y Glencoe), imp. Kan 
taka, imp. Ocean Queen (dam of Tournialiue, Seadrift, Fairy Queen, etc.). This 
I'opinjay mare was the dam of Parrot, Woodlark and Macaw by Randolph's Roanoke, 
son ol Sir Archy. Parrot was the dam of Mary Thomas by imp. C'onsol, and Sally 
Hunter by American Eclipse. Mary Thomas was the dam of Odd Stocking, Magnolia 
and Mary Ogden by Thoruhill, sou of imp. Glencoe, and Thetis by imp. Sovereign. 
Odd Stocking's line is extinct. Magnolia was the dam of Kate Jewell by Wagner, 
several Allies by imp. Sovereign, and Wreath by Bi'owu Dick. Kate Jewell was the 
dam of Tennesseau by Lightning, and a filly by War Dance. Mary Ogden was the 
dam of Lorette by imp. Sovereign, and she the dam of Mishap by imp. Knight of St. 
George, Regan by Lexington, Charette by Lightning, Ada A., Loreua and Nannie B. 
by Astei-oid, Sophy Badderly by imp. Australian, and Loriot and Peaceful by Planet. 
Misliap was the dam of King Benazet and Crockford by Lightning, Misfortune, 
Mischief and Misdeal by Gilroy, Perhaps by imp. Australian, Marimon by Waverly, 
Sophy and her sister by imp. Strachino, and Miscliief by imp. Thuuderstorm. Mis- 
fortune is the dam of Merrimack and Abbotsford (Mistake) by Waverly, who raced 
sucoessfiilly in England, Miss Dance (Netroma's dam) by War Dance, Syntax by St. 
Martin, Hopeful and Glen Fortune by imp. Gleuelg, Adversity by Spendthrift, King 
Fortune by imp. King Ban, and Long Fortune by Longfellow. Perhaps is tlie dam 
of Perjih'X by (jilroy, Warrior and Chance (a good horse) by War Dance, Doubt by 
St Martin, Probaldlity and Dilcnuua by Onondaga, Reckon by imp. Pizarro, and 
Pcrblaze by imp. St. Blaise. Sophy is the dam of Repose (Pelham's dam) by Gilroy, 
and Morning Glory by Fonso. Regan was the dam of Regal, Virgil, Vera Cruz, Vir- 
gilette, R(!lay, llawley, Vengeance and Printer (Last Chance) by Vigil, Jennie D. 
ami Jennie B. by imp. Gleuelg. Jennie I), is the dam of (Jrismer, Vcrano, Jauovaaud 
LaCienega by Grinstead. Jennie B. is the dam of Ganymede, Honduras and a sister 
by Grinstead. Relay is the dam of Douohue, etc. by Stratford. Ada A. was tlie dam 
of Patsey Dully, Frank Rhoads, Lizzie P., Nubia, Ab. Stemler, Rosa G. (Mary B.), 
(Tom O'Hara's dam), Ysabel (dam of Warsaw and Florence by Warwick), Lady 
Leiuster and Leon, all by Lcinsfer. Lizzie P. is the dam of Idaline Cotton by Jim 
Brown, Louis P. by Joe Hooker, Varoua, etc., by Young Bazar, Sophy Badderly was 
till- cImiji or I'oiilii' by (iilroy. Olivette by Alarm, IVytona Bnrry by imp. Strachino, 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 71 

Bob Pate by St. Martin, Auut Em and Olive by Onondaga. Peytona Barry was the 
dam of Eudie Mills, Salvauos (Bob Thomas), and Sweetheart by Enquirer. Thetis 
was the dam of Themis by Austerlitz, son of imp. Yorkshire. Themis was the dam 
of Dacota by Lightning, Thesia by Calvin, sou of Tipjterary, Charlotte by imp. 
Prince Charlie, The Sheriti' by imp. King Ban, Ben's Pet by Himyar, and lilly by imp. 
Deceiver. Thesia was the dam of Blunette by imp. Glenelg, and Kamona by Ten 
Broeck. This is one of the valuable families to perpetuate and improve racing blood. 
The Popinjay mare was not only fashionably bred, but from one of the best and most 
<listiuguished sources in the stud book, and one which has demonstrated its value even 
to this <lay. 

One of the latest importatons to which a large number of race-horses owe their 
origin was Jlyrtle, imported by Messrs. Kirkman, Nashville, Tenn. Myrtle was by 
Mameluke (winner of the Derby in 1827, and second in the St. Leger the same year), 
son of Partisan by Walton and Miss Sophia by Stamford, dam Bobadilla (winner of 
the Gold Cup at Ascot and Drawiug-Room Stakes at Goodwood in 1828) by Bobadil, 
son of Rubens by imp. Buzzard, grandam Pythoness by Sorcerer, son of lYumpator l)y 
Conductor, out of Princess by Sir Peter, tracing through the best racing blood to the 
Laytou Barb mare. Myrtle is credited with but two foals, Dr. Johu an<l Magnolia by 
imp. Glencoe. 

Magnolia became the property of Dr. Mercer, of New Orleans, who presented her 
to the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, who gave her to his sou, the late JohuM. Clay, 
of the Ashland stud. She produced a number of good ones, including Magic, Ma- 
donna, Princeton, Charles Morgan, Hanover, Simon Kenton and Skedaddle, all by 
imp. Yorkshire (son of St. Nicholas by Emilus, and imp. Miss Rose by Tramp), 
Charley Ball by Waguei', Daniel Boone, a good race-horse, the noted Cup horse 
Kentucky and Gilroy by Lexington, Victory by Uncle Vic, sou of Lexingtou, and 
Madeline by Old Boston. Madeline was the dam of Magdalena by Bob Letcher, sou 
of Modoc, Madostone (ran as Kate Duncan) by imp. Stone Plover, Income by Revenuei 
son of imp. Trustee, and Maggie B. B. by imp. Australian, and Madelina by Light- 
ning. Magdalena was the dam of Myra by Tite Eye (B(m of Kerr's Boston). Mado- 
stone was the dam of Mauitou by Orion (son of Revenue), Bide-a-Bliuk and Bee-in- 
the-Bonuet by imp. Bonnie Scotland. Bee-iii-the-Bonuet was the dam of Mike's Pride 
(Pike's Pride), Jaubert (.Star Ban), Bonnie Ban, French Park, a good race-horse, all 
by imp. King Ban, Reverta and Craftie by Fellowcraft, Pike's Peak (Pixy) by 
Lelaps, and Senator Hearst by Longfellow. Income was the dam of Goldmine by imp. 
Australian, Coupon by Lightning, Incommode, a fine race-horse, by Melbourne, Jr., 
son of imp. Knight of St. George, Wavelet (dam of Penelope, Tidal Wave and Briar 
Root) and Clan Al))ine by Waverly, Interest (Pickup's dam) by St. Martin, Warda 
by Long Taw, Runaway by imp. Highlander, and Outcome by Forester. Goldmine 
was the dam of Pearl (dam of Grayson, and Bijou (the dam of Kilkenny by Geo. Kin- 
ney), both by War Path, son of War Dance. Maggie B. B. (winner of the Sequel 
stakes) was the dam of Lord Clive, Pera (the dam of Petition, Padre's dam. Peri- 
color, Darya, Gretina), Magnum Bonum, Jaconet, Harold, Iroquois, winner of the 
Derby, St. Leger, Prince of Wales, and St. James' Palace stakes, and Fraucesca, all 
by imp. Leamington, Red and Blue (dam of the line race-mare Sallie McClelland), 
Panique and Wawekus by Alarm, Okeinas, Onas, Hutoka and Homeopathy by Reform, 
Hypatica and Flatlands by imp. Woodlands. Jaconet is the dam of The Niece (dam 
of Lydia Belle, Alarm Bell and La Colonia), Mattie T. (dam of Amy Davenport and 
Ethel .S.) by imp. Billet, Belvidero and Sir Dixon, good race-horses, and Blacklock 
by imp. Billet, Cambric (Lisric's dam) and lutrejiid by Hindoo. Fraucesca is the 
dam of Kranconia by imp. Billet, Frisco and Halloo by Hindoo. Madelina was the 
dam. of Ollio C. Viy Alarm, she the dam of the winner Sir Arthur by Leonatus. 

Skedaddle was the dam of Saucebox and Scramble by Star Davis, son of imp. 
Glencoe, Slyboots by Rivoli, son of Revenue, Squeez'em by Lexington, Florence B. 
by Tom Bowling, Joe S. by King Lear, The Slashes by imp. Glenelg. Saucebox was 
the dam of Sylvia Springer and Mnsic Box by imp. Buckden, .and Safety by Bnchanan. 
Sylvia Spnugcr is the dam of .ludith by Ten Broeck. Hot Spring by Rebel, Camilla by 



72 THE THOROCGHBRED HOUSE. 

Erdenlieiin, aud Silvaua by imp. Silvermiue. Scramble is the dam of Alice J., Ruth. 
Howard, Kememberaud Maggie J. by Balliukeel, son of Asteroid. Oiitscramlde by Out- 
cast, and Sam Morse by Leouatus. Alice J. is the dam of Alice D. (the dam of Pitti- 
pat by Pat Molloy), by Add, son of Revolver, Glenmound, Glendale and Gleucliffe 
by Glenmore, etc. Remember is the dam of Counterfeit by Glenmore, and Release by 
Tom Ochiltree or imp. Hopeful. Slyboots is the dam of the superior race-horse 
Leveller by Lever, sou of Lexington, Sly Dance, Dakota and Sachem by War Dauce, 
sou of Lexiugtou, Savauac and Volunteer by imp. Mortemer. Sly Dauce is the dam of 
Pavaune by Iroquois, Suuuyside by imp. Mortemer, Portia by Joe Daniels, sou of 
imp. Australian. Squeez'em is the dam of Day Star (winner of the Bine Ribbon 
stakes and Kentucky Derby) by Star Davis, Sylph aud Tom Xaveu by imp. Glenelg, 
Palmetto by Virgil, Recluse, Fardello, and Helena by imp. Mortemer, Eliza Roouey by 
Baden Baden, etc. Sylph is tlie dam of John K. by War Dauce, La Sylphide by Fel- 
lowcraft, Kaloolah, Philip D. aud Kiucsem by Longfellow, Sylvia and Sea Mew 
(Logica's dam) by imi). King Ban. Sylvia is dam of Fauua liy Longfellow. La Syl- 
phjile is the dam of Semper Fidele, a grand race-mare, by Longfellow, Semper Rex by 
Lelaps, Semper Lex hy Falsetto, and Semper Cara by King Alfonso. The family is a 
great racing aud i>roduciug one. Iroquois won the Derby and St. Leger in England, 
a feat accomplished by few horses, and is now regarded as one of the most valuable 
aud jioteiit sires in the country. Kentucky was a tirst-class race-horse, aud was, for 
his chances, a graml success in the stud. The family trace their origin to the Laytou 
Baib mare, to which trace in direct female line Young Greyhound, Cartonch, Shep- 
hei'd's Crab, Matchem, Young Cade, Drone (by Herod), Blucher, Sir Walter Raleigh, 
The Ugly Buck, Clairvaus, Simoom, Audubon, Philammou, St. Honorat, and many 
other good ones. 

BRF.EDIXc;. 

In breeding for the Turf purity of blood, racing lineage and true conformation 
are the desirable and requisite qualities, and a combination of these qualities must 
improve the mechanical structure which nature conferred upon the horse, designed t» 
give him streugth and fleetness, a combination seldom found in the animal world, and 
which greatly enhances his utility to the human race. These powers, great in an 
uncultivated state, are susceptible of much increase aud improvement by judicious 
attention to breediug aud crossing. It is an axiom in breeding (and this is particularly 
apiilicable to the horse) that the character, quality and form of the olfspring is 
governed in a large degree by the qualities we wish to propagate. These should be 
found in the parents, so that by coupling together a male and female endowed with 
the (lualities we wish to be transmitted to the foals, we acquire the power of mould- 
ing the produce to our ideas. The principle that parents of all breeds and families 
of whatever si)ecies produce young ones analogous to themselves, has been acted on for 
ages. The pareuts should be selected with the greatest discrimination, so that by 
uniting in their offspring the superiorities possessed by both stallion and marc, tke 
iinprovement is almost sure to follow. Those who breed for the turf must rcmeinber 
and act upon the value of the precejjt, and use the ntmo.st caution and juilgment iu 
selecting the sue aud dam, so as to combine, improve and render iiermaueiit the good, 
qualities possessed by each. In selecting the parents, independent of conformation, 
pedigree and racing lineage, it is all important that both be sound, that is, free from 
any hereiUtary disease or taint. There are certain diseases which are transmissable 
from jiarent to offspring, but they are few. Nearly all the diseases to which the 
liorso is liable, or blemishes, either in certain diseases of the eyes, s])avin, ringbones 
or roaring, are traceable to some cause not hereditary. Many of our best and most 
suecessfnl stallions liave been blind, but not from constitutional causes, and the same 
IS true as to roarers, tins defect not sliowiug itself iu their offspring, whilst others, 
sound iu all res])ects, have bn^l those with these defects, evidently from some cause 
unknown. It is a mooted iiuestiort as to what ago brood mares should I)e allowed to 
commence breeding. If they have been well raised, and are not deficient in energy 
and muscular developinent, they can be safely bred to the stallion at three years old. 
It is a notable fact that more valiialiln" horses for general uses aud more gnod race- 



THE THOEOUGHERED IIORSK. 73 

horses have been bred from mares well advanced in life than from those of immature 
age, and brood mares properly cared for retain the functions of production to an 
advanced age. Alice Carneal foaled Lexingtcm at the age of 14. He was by far her best 
one, and she had her last foal at the age of 23. Reel foaled Lecouipte, her best, -svhen 
12, Starke at 17, and War Dance when 21 years old. Boston, by odds the best foal of 
his dam, was foaled when his mother was 19. Pocahontas foaled Stockwell at 12, 
and Rataplan when 13 years old. Blue Bonnet threw Lightning at 18, Thunder at"19. 
Loadstone at 22, and Lancaster when 24 years old, ail good r.acc-horses. Salina threw 
Salvator at 18 years old, and imp. Princess produced His Highness at 16 years old. It 
is necessary in breeding race horses that the muscular system of the stallion should 
be toned up by abundant exercise, and if the stallion will not exercise when turned 
into his paddock, he should be ridden. Exercise contributes to his health and mus- 
cular energy, and if he is deficieut in these qualities at the time of coi>ulatiou, it is 
l)ut reasonable to suppose that the foal must sutler constitutionally in a like res])ect. 
For a similar reason it is obviously injurious to the stamina of the foal if either parent 
shall have sufl'ered from insufficient nourishing food or other (lehilitating causes. Xo 
animal can bo well formed or strong that has been stinted in the ample sui)ply of good 
nourishing food necessary to its full development and growtli, from the earliest iieriod of 
its existence to the complete formation of all its jjarts. The old saying is that the time to 
commence to breed the race-horse and insure success is to begin " before he is born." 
The dam is the fountain, and if she is neglected and starved the produce which she 
is carrying, with the one at her side, will not only show it, but prove it subsequently. 
It is but reasonable that such should be the case when the system is taxed to con- 
tribute to the formation of the embryo, as well as to sustain life and supply the 
foal at her side with nourishment. Mares should be kept in good, strong condition, 
not swine fat, but fat enough for health and strength, and to contribute the same to 
her foals. The foal will be larger, healthier, stronger, and the hair have a glossy 
and healthy appearance. Many breeders are of the opinion that a mare that has 
never raced is better to l)reed from than one that has raced. Statistics do not 
su])port this position. Some of the most eminent English breeders, notably Lord 
Falmouth, bred from no mares that were not tried, and few breeders were more 
successful or bred a larger number of winners of the imiiortant racing events. It 
is no disadvantage to race mares a reasonable time, and now that the system 
of heat racing has been abolished, and horses are not subjected to the long and 
severe preparation, exhausting the vital powers to a great extent, no reasonable 
racing or training can injure mares for breeding purposes. Alice Carneal, the dam 
of the immortal Lexington, ran two, three and four mile heats. Reel, the dam of 
Lecompte, Starke, Prioress, etc., ran four mile heats. Brademante, dam of The 
Bard, ran heat races. Idlewild, dam of Wildiille, won at four miles. Nantura, the 
dam of Longfellow, raced and won. Toucques, dam of La Tosca, raced until four 
years old. Salina, dam of Salvator, raced. Other successful brood mares that raced 
are Nevada, the dam of Luke Blackburn, Florence, dam of Hindoo and graudam of 
Firenzi, Aerolite, dam of Spendthrift, Fellowcraft, Mis('r, etc., Ann Fief, dam of 
the unbeateu Tremont, Maria Black, dam of Bay Leaf, the dam of BayHower, Preak- 
ness, Bayonet, etc.. Topaz, dam of Wagram, Lodi, Oolton, etc., Fanny Washington, 
dam of Eoliis, etc., War Song, dam of Eole, St. Saviour, Eou, etc., Nina, dam of 
Planet, Exohecciuer, etc., Arizona, dam of Aranza, Maggie B. B., dam of Iroquois, 
Panique, etc., Jamaica, dam of Foxhall, Balloon, dam of True Blue, The Banshee, 
etc., imp. Maud, dam of Alarm, Mandina, dam of Piccolo, Oden, Cloverbrook, 
Maraud*, etc., Minx, dam af Monitor, Susan Beane, dam of Sensation, Onondaga, 
Stratford, etc., Rescue, dam of Ab<l-elKader, Abd-el-Koree, etc.. Sarong, dam of 
Aristidcs, Volga, dam of Barney Williams, Levity, dam of Ruric, Legatee. Lever, 
etc.. Ivy Leaf, dam of Bazar, Bramble, Niagara, Brambaletta, etc.. Magnolia, dam 
of Princeton, Charley Ball, Magic, etc.. Maiden, dam of Parole, James A., Perfection, 
Powhattan, etc., Magenta, dam of Duke of Magenta, La Henderson, dam of Ferida, 
Aella. etc., Farfaletta, dam of Falsetto, Felicia, etc., Fanny Holton, dam cf Ten 
Brocck, llru-a, dam of lUii Ah, Mcgara, Memento, eti-.. Waltz, dam of Ulidcha, 



74 THE THOEOL'GHBItED UORSE. 

Faramlole, etc.. Sultana, dam of She, Padisha, etc., Susquehauiia, dam of Potomac, 
Chesapeake, etc., Belle of Maywood, dam of Teuuy. There are mauy others that 
could be added to this list, none of which were severely trained and raced at heats 
beyond their fifth year. It should be an established axiom with breeders- that no 
thoroughbred animal with hereditary defects should be used in the stud. But the 
question is, what are hereditary defects ? Spindling bone, chronic weakness and 
infirmities of constitution are the most pronounced hereditary defects. There are 
defects arising from accidents, such as affectious of the wind or respiratory organs, 
in consequence of distemper or severe colds, ringbone or spavins from injury or over 
strains, which should not be termed or considered hereditary defects, and wliich are 
not transmissable from parent to oft'spriug. But to reach the acme in breeding the 
thoroughl)red horse, no constitutionally unsound mares should be used for tlie stud 
or breeding purposes. Then how is this fact to be ascertained ? The most practical 
test of soundness of limbs, digestive organs, constitution, temper and nervous organ- 
ization is in training and racing on public tracks. Mares which are trained and 
raced in their two and three-year old form, when fit, even with moderate success, unless 
some constitutional defect develops, must be regarded as sound ; and such mares, 
if properly mated, should breed sound progeny, and such as should race success- 
fully. Accidents or unforeseen causes, of course, may intervene and prevent success. 
We have sometimes seen mares, from racing families, which have raced successfully, 
and retired to all appeara-nces sound and with constitutions unimpaired, that proved 
failures in the stud. This is doubtless owing to the fact that they were raced too 
long, and the vital jiowers exhausted from the efl'ects, and from the long and severe 
preparation for the class of races which they ran. One or two notable instances 
can be cited. Fashion a very highly shaped nuire, well bred and from a racing 
family, was a failure in the stud. It must be remembered that she raced until eleven 
years old, running 36 r.aces, of which she won 32. Of tliese 24 were at four mile 
heats, of which she won 21, 8 were three mile heats, all won, and 4 two mile heats, 
of which she lost one. She was bred the first three seasons to her half-brother 
Mariner by Shark, producing two fillies and one colt. Her best produce was Danger- 
ous, her last (foaled when she was 22 years old), by Bonnie Scotland. Her daughter 
Young Fashion by imp. Monarch has done well in the stud, as also her daughters 
A la mode and Eticinette by ilariner. There are others which were famous on the turf 
and trained until aged that were failures in the stud. 

"Breeding In and In." This expression is used to specify the practice of breed- 
ing animals successively from the same race and blood, with similar form and sym- 
metry, and closely allied in blood lines. It has always been regarded as an active 
cause of degeneracy, as unu;itnral .ind calculated to engender and peri)etuate heredi- 
tary di.se;ises. These evils, in my oijinion, can only arise from the abr.so of the sys- 
tem. If proper attention and care be taken to exclude the weak and diseased from 
paj'ticipating in reproduction, it will be the means of improving and continuing for 
an unlimited time those perfections and beauties which are to be highly prized. 
"Breeding In and In" bestows the power of improving and periietuatiug the excel- 
lences of any lireed of animals and transmitting those excellences unimpaired to 
succeeding generations, and for this reason should not be too readily disrt!garded 
and condemned. The .application of these principles to generation of our useful do- 
mestic animals has produced tlic swift and beautiful race-horse, the disposition to 
fatten in cattle, and the tiiie-woolled l)reeds of sheep; and that wliicli has been 
originated and established by art in breeding, can be continued and inii)roved by the 
same means. By judiciously selecting the parents, both male and feiiialo, we can 
establish new varieties, and by continuing to breed from such improved and per- 
fected stock we will be able to peri)etuate the excellent <iualities. The evils which 
often arise in the Iiuman race from the union of those too clo.sely allied in blood 
may be altogether avoided and obviated in the brute creation, l>y wholly debarring 
tliose tainted with liereditaiy diseases, or sucli as are defi<'ient in constitutional 
stamina, from ]iarticipati<)n in reproduction. Tin: higlu^r the intelligence the more 
marked the deterioration, wliei-e there is a taint of hiTeditiiry disease or lack of <'on- 



THE THOROrC.HliKED HORSE. 70 

stitutional stamina. lu opposition to thia iiietbod practised iu propagating tbo 
n-seful animal, the liorso, may lie citeil the practice of uniting sire and dam, differing 
more or less iu physical proportion, with the object of obtaining a mean of their 
([ualities, which process is denominated crossing. If followed with good judgment 
and just discrimination, it is very often a source of improvemeut, but the contrary 
(■nurse, where the junction of extreme varieties and violation of the propriety of 
nature has been permitted, has led to the propagation of an animal of inferior char- 
acter. The improvement of the lace-horse arose from a hapjjy combination of Eastern 
blood, represented by the Arabian, Barb and Turkish horse, and it is to the union 
of these bloods that we trace his present excellence. The union of the blood con- 
ferred upon the possessors wonderful stamina, great speed and the power of resisting 
and enduring extraordinary feats of muscular exertion without fatigue, exceeding all 
other breeds in these estimable (lualities. In the infancy of racing improvement 
seemed to mark every fresh infusion of Eastern blood. The Godolphiu Arabian, 
Darley Arabian, Curwen Barb, Byerly Turk, Lister Turk, Place's \\1iite Turk, Comp- 
tou Baib and the Royal mares originated a progeny celebrated iu the annals of the 
tnrf. But the infusion of new Eastern blood is now more likely to degenerate than 
to improve the thoroughbred horse. Our modern race-horse has become such a grand 
and distinct improvemeut from the source that originated him that he excels it in 
speed, stamina and staying (jualities, and that any further admixture of Eastern 
blood would fail to benefit the horse. It has often been the custom to cross from 
one blood into another, and to breed from a stallion or mare of inferior shape, sym- 
metry and goodness iu preference to breed, as it is styled, in and iu. AVhilst I do 
not advocate incestuous breeding, I believe that crossing out to good blood and form, 
and then back to the same good blood and symmetry, if the animals used in repro- 
<luctiou are as indicated abo\e, must result in improvement. Our very best horses 
from the earliest dates have been bred in and in, often incestuously so, without 
deterioration, and I am of the opinion that we should keep iu good blood, where 
there is symmetry, constitution ami no hereditary disease, even incestuously so, 
rather than exchange it for inferior blood and form, under the idea that it is neces- 
sary to cross at all events into distinct blood. Bnt as good and bad qualities de- 
scend, if we go from superior blood to inferior, and from high form to bad, the stock 
must degeuer.ite. I do not assert that breeding in and in is superior or preferable to 
any other mode of breeding, but I am confident there are not those physical objec- 
tions to it, which are commonly entertained. An improvement of any race can only 
be expected from crossing with superior symmetry of form and better blood, and it is 
only in such cases that we decidedly recommend it. I desire to support my views by 
facts, and leave the breeder to draw his own conclusions. 

I will only cite examples of famous horses. Flying Childcrs was bred iu and in. 
He was the fleetest and most famous horse of his day, by the Darley Arabian, dam Betty 
Leedcs by Old Careless, son of Spanker, by the D'Arcy Yellow Turk, grandam sister 
to Lcedes by Lecdes Arabian, out of daughter of Spanker, sou of D'Arcy Yellow Turk, 
she out of old Morocco mare. Spanker's own dam. 

Higliliyer, the most famous raie-horse of his day, and a grand and successful 
stallion, was by Herod, dam Rachel by Blank, grandam by Regnlns. Blank and 
Regains were both sons of the Godolphiu Arabian. 

Old Fox, an excellent racer and sire of Jleliora, the dam of Tartar, the sire 
of Herod, was by Clumsey, son of Hautboy, dam Bay Peg by Leedes Arabian, out 
of Young Bald Peg by the same Arabian. 

Priestess, the most famous nuire of her day, was by Matchless, son of Cade, her 
<lani by the Gower stallion, grandam by Regulus. Cade, Gower stallion and Regains 
were all by the Godolphiu Arabian. 

The celebrated Gimcrack. sire of imp. Medley, was by Cripple, dam by Grise- 
wood's Partner, grandam by Croft's Partner, the sire of Grisewood's Partner. 

Imp. Shark, the most noted race-horse of his day. and a very successful stallion, 
was by Marskc, sou of Siinirt by Bartlett's Childers, his dam by Snap, sou of Snip 
by Flying Childcrs. own brother to Bartlett's Childers. 



70 THE TnOROronBRED HORSE. 

The celebrated O'Kelly's Eclipse, -nho was never beaten or paid a forfeit, was 
much inbi'ed to Lister Turk and Hautboy, and much of his excellence was attributed 
to this fact. 

Diomed (winner of the first Derby ever run), imported to America when twenty- 
two years old, and the most valuable stallion ever iuiported, was much inbred. 
Flori/cl, his sire, was by Herod, dam daughter of Cygnet, son of the (Jodolpliiu 
Arabian. His dam Sister to Juno was by Spectator, whose dam was by Partner, 
grandsire of Herod. Diomed's graudam Horatia was by Blank, son of the Godolphin 
Arabian. Herod, Florizel and Horatia were all inbred to the Darley Arabian through 
the two C'hilders. 

Imp. Glencoe, whose daughter Pocahontas was the grandest and most successful 
brood mare in England, and whose son Vandal made such an impression on the stock 
of this country through his sons, and whose daughters are the dams and grandams of 
many of the most famous race-horses and stallions in America, was much inV)red to 
Herod, Eclipse and Childers, having no less than' eleven direct crosses of Herod blood, 
seven of Eclipse, and the same to Childers, through Snap. 

Imp. Leamington, the grand and snceessfnl stallion, was mucli inbred to Herod 
and Eclipse. He had no less than tweuty-tive crosses cf the former and fourteen of 
the latter blood. 

Imp. Phaeton, a phenomenal success in the stud in America, is very much inbred 
to the same blood, Herod and Eclipse, through Buzzard's sous, Castrel and Selimi 
and through the best sources, Wlialeboue, Whislcer and Beniugbrough. 

Imported Priam by Emilius (winner of the Derby, 182.S), and sire of Crucifix 
(winner of the 2,000 and 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, 1840), Miss Letty and Industry 
(winners of the Oaks, 1837-1838), was inbred to Whiskey, son of imp. Saltram. He 
was the highest priced horse imported up to his day, costing, |17,."iOO in England. 

Imported Billet, an excellent race-horse and popular stallion, was inbred to Filho- 
da-Puta. Voltigeur, his sire, was by Voltaire, dam Martlia Lynn by Mulatto, out of 
Leda by Filho-da-Puta, Billet's dam Calcutta by Flatcatcher, whose dam, Dc<oy, 
was by Filho-d.a-Puta, and he has any number of crosses to Eclipse, through the best 
sources, Pot-S-o's and King Fergus, backed by a large infusion of Herod blood from 
the best and most potent sources. 

Galoiiin, tlie most popular stallion in England (winner of the Derby in 1876), 
sire of Galliard (winner of tlie 2,000 Guineas, 1833), Donovan (winuer of the 
Derby and St. Leger, 1889), St. Simon (a superior race-horse, sire of Semolina, win- 
ner of the 1,000 Guineas. 1890, Memoir, winner of the Oaks and St Leger in 1890, etc.), 
is inbred to Voltaire, being by Vedette, son of Voltigeur by Voltaire, dam Flying 
Duchess by The Flying Dutclimau, out of Mcrope l)y Voltaire, who is also iulneil 
to Blacklock. 

Barcaldiue, the best living representative of the Melbourne blood in England, 
and a very po])ular stallion, sire of Miini (winner of the Oaks), is inbred to Bird- 
catcher. He is liy Solon, sou of West .-Vustraliau by Melbourne, Solon's daiu. Dar- 
ling's dam by liirdcatcher. Barcalili lie's daui Ballyroe by Belladrum. gramlani Bon 
Accord by Adventurer, out of Darling's dam l>y Birdcatihi'r. 

Isonomy, the grand race-hoi'sc, and who was one of tins nmst ])opular stallions, 
sire of Seabreeze, winner of the Oaks, Common, wiumu- of the 2,000 Guineas, Derl>y 
and St. Leger, is inbred to Birdcatclier, being by Sterling, sou of Oxford by Bird- 
catcher, <lam Isohi Bella by Stockwoll, scm of The Baron by Birdeatcher, and traces 
four tim(!8 dir(^ct to Sir Herc\iles. 

Wellingtonia, a superior raee-liorse and sire of Clover, winuer of the Prix du 
.Jo(-kcy Club (Fremdi Derby), is inbred to old Pocahont.is. He is by Chattanooga, 
son of Orlando liy Touchstcnui, Chattaimoga's dam .Vyacanora by Birdeatcher, out of 
Pocalioulas liy (ilcncoi'. Widlinglonia's dam .\raucaria was by .\nibrose, son of 
Touclistone, out of Pocahontas liy (ibu<iie. 

Merry Hampton, winner of the Derby in 1.S87, was inbred to Pocahontas and 
Queen Mary on both sides of sire and dam. IIam|d(in, liis sins if* by l.ord Clifden, sou 
of Nevvminster by Touclistone, his dain Laily l.aii^ilcn by Kcttlcilriim, son of IJata- 



THE TFIOnOrGHBRED HORSE. 77 

plan, ■Nvho was Ijy The Baron out (if Pocahontas, graudara Haricot by JIaugo or 
Lauercost, out of Quccii Mary. Doll Tcarsheot, Merry Hamilton's dam, is hy Broomie- 
law, sou of StockwcU, own brother to Rataplan, by The Baron out of Pocahontas, his 
dam Queen JIary by Gladiator. 

St. Blaise (imported) is by Hermit, dam Fusee by Marsyas, son of Orlando by 
Touchstone. Hermit was by Xewminster, son of Touchstone, and he has a number 
of crosses to Waxy, sou of Pot-8-o'-s by Eclipse, through the brothers Whalebone and 
Whisker. St. Blaise is the most ])opular stallion in America. He got Potomac, win- 
ner of the Futurity and Realization stakes, out of Susquehanna (a mare inbred to Sir 
Archy anil Diomed), La Tosca, Chesapeake, etc. He sold at the dissolution of the 
Nursery Stnd for slOO.OOO. 

Imported 111 I'sed, a superior race-horse (winner of the Kenner and Seiiuel stakes 
at Saratoga, both two miles), sire of Forester, a superior race-horse, Belloua, Wood- 
flower, Jack of Hearts, Florimel, Delilah, Badge and the grand two-year-old, His 
Highness, was inbred to Birdcatcher. He was by Breadalbaue, brother to Blair 
Athol, son of Stockwell by The Baron by Birdcatcher, dam EUermire by Chanticleer, 
son of Birdcatcher, and he traces to Waxy many times, through the brothers Whale- 
bone and Whisker. 

Imp. Galore is by Galopin, inbred to Voltaire, dam Lady JIaura by Macaroni, gran- 
dam byStockwell, great graudam by The Flying Dutchman. Galopin's dam was by The 
Flying Dutchman. Galore was a superior race-horse, but has yet to be tried as stallion. 

Imp. Kayon d'Or, the graml race-horse and popular stallion, is inbred to Touch- 
tone, and has almost numberless crosses to Eclipse through the brothers Whalebone 
and Whisker and through Whiskey, also a large number direct to Herod. 

Imp. Deceiver (Padlock), now one of the popular stallions of America, is inbred 
to Touchstone, and has two crosses of Gleneoe. 

Imp. Mortemer, a superb race-horse and sire of St. Christophe, winner of 
the Grand Prize of Paris, Vernenil, winner of the Ascot Gold Vase, Gold Cnp auil 
Alexandra Plate, Chamaut, winner of the 2,000 Guine;is, 1877, Exile, Wanda, 
Pontico and other good ones iu America, is inbred to Partisan, sou of Walton by 
Sir Peter, and has a large infusion of Eclipse blood on both sides from the best 
sources. 

JIauy of the most famous producing mares iu England were closely inbred. 
Maudragora (dam of Mandrake, Apology and Agility) and her sister Mineral (dam of 
Wenlock, St. Leger winner, 1872, Schwindler and Kisber. Derby winner, 187(i) were 
inbred to Birdcatcher. 

Jlarpcssa, the dam of Boarding-School Miss, Pocahontas (the dam of Stockwell, 
K'atajdan, King Tom, Ayacanora and Arauearia, dam of Kayon d'Or), is inbred to 
Whiskey, sou of imp. Saltram by Eclipse. Her blood is to Vie found in nearly all the 
best race-horses of our day. 

Seclusion, the dam of the great Hermit, sire of St. Blaise. Marden. Peter, Tristan, 
etc., is inbred to Sultan, son of .Selim by imp. Buzzard. 

Isoline (daui of Isola Bella, Isouomy's dam, and of St. Christophe) was inbred to 
Sir Hercules by Whalebone. 

Bay Celia, the dam of The Earl ami The Duke, by Orlando, son of Touchstone by 
Camel, dam Hersey by Glaucus, out of Hester by Camel, was inbred to Camel. 

Moweriua, own sister to Cotherstone, was iubred to Waxy and Penelojie. Her 
sire Touchstone, was a great grandson of Whalebone by Waxy, out of Penelope. 
Emma, her dam, and also the dam of imp. Trustee and Mundig, was by Whisker, 
own brother to Whalelione liy Waxy, out of Penelope by Trumpator. 

Many of onr importeil matrons were also inbred. Imp. Barbarity by Simoom, 
son of Camel by Whalebone and Sea-Breeze by Paulowitz, son of Sir Paul by Sir Peter, 
dam by Buzzard, son of Blaeklock, out of Donna Maria by Partisan, sou of Walton by Sir 
Peter, was inbred to Sir Peter. Bred to imp. Eclipse, son of Orlando, by Touchstone 
by Camel, out of Gaze by Bay Middleton, inbred to Phantom (son of Walton by .sir 
Peter). Barbarity produced those good race-mares. Relentless, Remorseless and Ruth- 
less, with Barbarian anil Devastation. Imp. Britannia by .Mnley, son of Orville by 



78 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

Beniugbrough, dam Naucy by Dick Audrews, son of Joe Andrews by Eclipse, out of 
Spitfire by Beuingbrough, son of King Fergus by Eclipse, was iubred to Beuing- 
broiigh and Eclipse, and produced to imp. Belshazzar (a horse inbred to Eclipse) 
A'crilier, La Veiite, Vandyke and La Victime, and by imp. Yorkshire (a horse inbred 
to Eclipse) Verona, the dam of Vauxhall, Foster, Veritas, etc. A number of supe- 
rior race-horses are from Verona's daughters. Imp. Princess, dam of Prince Royal 
and His Highness, is inbred to Sultan. Her sire, King Tom, is a great grandsoK 
of Sultan through Gleucoe. Her dam is great granddaughter of Sultan through Bay 
Middleton. 

Sir Archy, justly styled the Godolphiu Arabian of America, was inbred to Herod. 
He was by Diomed, sou of FUnizel by Herod, dam imp. Castianira by Rockingham, 
son of Highflyer by Herod, and had no less than seven direct crosses of the Godol- 
phiu Arabian through his dam. 

Boston was the best race-horse of his day. He ran 4.5 races and won 40, 30 of 
which were four mile heats, 9 three mile heats, and one two mile heats. He was the 
best stallion of his day, sire of the immortal Lexington, Lecompte, Red Eye, Tally-Ho, 
Ringgold, Arrow, Bostona, Nina and many others, and was closely inbred to imp. 
iJionicd. He was by Timoleon, son of Sir Archy by Diomed, dam Sister to Tuckahoe, 
by Bail'.s Flori/.el, son of imp. Diomed. Timoleon's dam was by imp. Saltrani, son of 
Eclipse. Boston's grandam was by imp. Alderman, son of Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse. 

The great Lexington, the only horse that ever ran four miles better than 7.25 on 
two occasions (7.191, 7.23J), was iubred. He was by Boston, grandson of Sir 
Archy by imp. Diomed. Lexington's dam was Alice Carneal by imp. Sarpedon (a 
horse iubred to Eclipse), grandam Roweua by Snmpter, son of Sir Archy, aud he had 
a large infusion of Eclipse blood with the Herod on both sides. 

.Jack Malone and Pat Malloy, own brothers, both superior race-horses, full of 
substance and quality, were much iubred. They were got by Lexington (himself 
inbred to Sir Archy by imp. Diomed), dam Gloriana by American Eclipse, son of 
Duroc by imp. Diomed, grandam Trifle by Sir Charles, son of Sir Archy by imp. 
Diomed, she out of a daughter of Cicero, son of Sir Archy. Both were successful 
stallions, and many of their daughters are grand good brood mares. 

Longfellow, the grand race-horse and stallion, sire of The Bard, Leonatus, Long- 
street, etc., is much inbred on his dam's side. IVautura, his dam, was by Brawner's 
Eclijise (grandson of Duroc by Diomed, his dam by Henry, son of Sir Archy by 
Diomed, grandam, Young Romp by Duroc, son of Diomed), Longfellow's grandam, 
Quiz Ijy Bertrand, sou of Sir Archy by Diomed. 

The Bard by Longfellow, a very superior race-horse and promising stallion, is 
inbred to Sir Hercules, having thi'ee crosses of that blood, one tliniugh Faugh-a- 
Ballagh and two through Birdcatcher, tlie own brother to Faugh-a-BaUagh. and is 
also inbred to l>ii>Mied thrcuigh Lexington, sire of War Dance and Nantnra, dam of 
Longfellow. 

Salvator, the great and popular race-horse, whose one and a quarter miles in 2.O."), 
and one mile in 1.3.5^, has never Ix^eu equalled by one horse, is inbred to Gleucoe. 
Stockwell, thcgraudsire of Prince Charlie ( Sal vator's sire), was out of Pocahontas 
by Gleucoe, and Salvator's dam, Salina, is out of Lightsome by Gleucoe. 

Enipiirer, one of the best sons of Leamington as a race-horse and stallion, is inmh 
inbred on his dam's side. Lida, his dam, was by Lexington, son of Boston, by Tinio- 
leou by Sir Archy, his grandam, Lize, by American Eclipse, grandson of Hiouud. his 
great grandam, Gabriella, by .Sir Archy by Diomed. 

Kolus, one of the best and most popular and successful stallions in America, is 
inbred on tlu! dam's side. Revenue, the sire of his dam, was out of Rosalie Soniers 
b.v Sir Charles, son of Sir .Vrchy, his grandam Mischief by Virginian, son of Sir 
Archy, Eolus' grandam Sarah Washington by Garrison's Ziugauee, son of Sir Archy, 
his great grandam Stella by Contention, he by .Sir .Vrchy. 

Falsetto, a superior race-horse, winner of the Plueuix Hotel Stakes, Lexiugton, 
Ky., Clark Stakes, Lonisvilh', Ky., Travers and Kenner Stakes at Saratoga, N. Y., is in 
bred to Lexington and I'.oston on both sin- and dam's sides. His sire, Kii(|uiicr, was 



THE THOROr(!HBI!ED HOIiSE. 79 

out of Licla by Lexington, and his dam, Farfaletta, is by imp. Anstniliini, out of 
Elkliorua by I^exiugton, son of Boston, both inbred to imp. Diomed, as was also the 
dam of Eui|iiirer. All the best of his get, Dew-Drop, Jennie Trcacy, Fordham, Ken- 
wood and (lascon, were from mares by Lexington or granddaughters of Lexington. 

Foxhall, that went to England, and whom William Day said was the best race- 
horse he ever trained, winner of the Grand Prize of Paris, Cesarewitch and Cam- 
bridgeshire Handica])S and Ascot Gobi Cup, is inbred to Vandal. King Alfonso, his 
sire, is out of Capitola by Vandal. Jamaica, his dam, out of Fanny Ludlow by imp. 
Eclipse, she out of Mollie Jackson by Vandal. 

Hanover, the superior race-horse, winner of all his races at two years old, and 20 
out of 27 stakes at three years old, and now regarded as a promising stallion, is 
inbred to A'andal, son of Glencoe, being by Hindoo, son of Virgil by Vandal, dam 
Bourbon Belle by imp. Bonnie Scotland, out of Ella D. by Vandal. 

Lisbou, a good race-horse, sire of Trouliadour, Kipple, Grimaldi, etc., is much 
inbred to Pocahontas Imp. Phaeton, his sire, was by King Tom, son of Harkaway 
and Pocahontas by Glencoe, his dam imp. Lady Love by Stockwell or Caterer, sou 
of .Stock well ; .Stockwell by TUe Barou, dam Pocahontas. 

A'orfolk, one of the best sons of Lexington, both as race-horse and stallion, was 
closely inbred to Sir Archy and imp. Diomed. Boston and Lexington were inbred to 
Sir Archy and Diomed. Novice, the dam of Norfolk, was by imp. Glencoe, dam 
Chloe Anderson by Rodolph, son of Sir Archy Montorio, son of Sir Archy, grandam 
Belle Auderson by .Sir William of Transport, own brother to Sir Archy Montorio. 
Norfolk won two of the most remarkable races on record, two-mile heats iu 3.37A, 
3.38A, three-mile heats in 5.27i, 5.29i. 

Manj'^ of our best producing native mares are much inbred. Coral, the dam of 
Uncas and 'Wanderer, good race-horses and successful stallions, was inbred to Sultan. 
.She was by Vandal, son of Glencoe by Sultan, dam by Cotherstone, grandam by 
Slane out of Gleucairne, own sister to Glencoe by Sultan. 

La Henderson, the dam of Virgilian, Ferida, Aella, Ferona, etc., is inbred to 
Sir Archy and imp. Diomed. She is by Lexington, dam Kitty Clark by imp. (ileucoe, 
out of Miss Obstinate by Sumpter, son of Sir Archy. Maiden, her sister, is the dam 
of Parole, James A., Powhattan, Pappoose, Partheuia, etc. 

Mattie Gross, the dam of the tine race-horses Mate, Whisper and Grenada, was 
inbred to Sir Archy an<l Diomed. She was by Lexington, dam by American Eclipse, 
sou of Duroc by Diomed, graudam by Orphan, sou of Ball's Florizel by Diomed, 
Orjihan's dam by Diomed. 

Fanny Holton, dam of Ten Broeck, whose five races are unequalled in the world 
(mile 1.39J, two miles 3.27A, 2| miles, 4. .581, three miles 5,26i, four miles 7.1,''>}), was 
much inbred to Sir Archy and Diomed. She was by Lexington, dam Nantu'ra by 
Brawner's Eclipse, son of American Eclipse by Duroc by Diomed, Brawner's Eclipse 
out of daughter of Henry by Sir Archy, grandam sister to American Eclipse's dam 
by Duroc, son of Diomed, Nantura's dam Quiz by Bertrand, son of Sir Archy. 

Aerolite, my beau ideal as a brood mare, and her sister Idlewild, were inbred to 
Sir Archy and Diomeil. They were by Lexington, dam Florine by imp. Glencoe, out 
of Jlelody by Medoc, sou of American Eclijj.so by Duroc by Diomed. Aerolite, bred 
to imp. Australian (himself inbred to Whisker), produced Spendthrift, Fellowcraft, 
Miser, Kutherford, etc.. all good horses and stallions. Idlewild ran ftuir miles herself 
in 7.26J, and her son Wildidle by Australian won at four miles iu 7.25i. Her daugh- 
ter Fauchou i.s the dam of winners. 

Kalona, the dam of the superior race-horse and good stallion Tom Ochiltree, 
Kadi, Partnership, etc., is inbred to Muley. She was by Voucher, son of Wagner, 
out of imp. Britannia by Muley, her dam by imji. Margrave by Muley, sou of Orville 
by Beningbrough. Her sons by Lexington are inbred to Sir Archy and Diomed. 

I have quoted examples enough of both English and American horses to establish 
my opinion that inbreeding is not injurious, and that, if properly carried out, it 
does not lead to degeneracy. Being in jiossession of good blood, symmetry (by 
which 1 mean all the elements of good conformation) and good temper, there can be 



so THE THOROUGHBEED HORSE. 

uo question that crossing out anil then back to the same good blood, symmetry and 
temper, the shape and good qualities are preserved and perpetuated, and the produce 
never degenerates. .^vP 

COXFOIIMATION. 

The race-horse, or rather the thoroughbred horse, from his symmetry, power, 
graceful action, light, elastic form, speed anil stamina, is beyond iinestion the highest 
tyi)e of tlie eciuine family. He possesses more of the beauties of formation tlum any 
animal which approximates to him in size and shape ; he excels all others in the intel- 
ligent expression of his countenance and shape of his head, and in the simplicity, 
compactness and completness of his digestive organs, the great leverage of his hocks 
and hind quarters, and the wonderful mechanism displayed in the construction of his 
legs and feet. 

BOXE. 

The bones are the passive agents of locomotion and are the levers upon which 
the muscles act ; they support and sustain the body and act as protectors to the softer 
and more vital parts. The projections, roughened surfaces of the bones are the points 
for atlachment of the muscles. As these projections act with lever power, they con- 
sequeutly cannot be too loug ; length of leverage, mechanically speaking, diminishes 
the intensity of the muscular action. This is notably applicable to the spinous and 
transverse processes of the vertebral column, the point of the elbow (ulna) and project- 
ing point of the hocks (os calcis). Largeness of bone is not an invariable evidence of 
strength, as the density of material and closeness of structure gives greater specific 
gravity to the boue of the thoroughbred than is found in common stock. Joints are 
composed of the articulating surfaces of the bones, and are the means of extensive 
motion. In order that flexure may be as free as possible, and to avoid occurrence of 
disease from friction, which sometimes ensues, the bones at the joints should have 
considerable expansion, so as to divide and distribute the weight as much as possible 
over an extensive surface. It is an established law in mechanics that a simple joint 
does not possess great strength or admit of much motion. In animals, nature, 
strength and accelerated motion is aimed at, has made the joint a compound one, or a 
scries of joints. This is the case in the human foot, which is arched, and where 
.strength is insured by the peculiar arrangement of the bones, enabling them to bear the 
entire weight of the body, while the elasticity is maintained by the play between each 
.separate joint. It is the same, practically speaking, in the knee, hock and foot of 
the hcu'se, each being composed of a series of joints. In the hock the motion is 
restricted to two bones, the others being em])loyed in sustaining the weight of the 
body and receiving the lever pressure of the point of the hock, and imparting a spring 
to counteract the concnssive effects. The motion of each individual joint is in itself 
iusignilicant, linr, the effect of the series combined is sufBcieiit to give strength and 
l)rotect the parts. 

MUSCLE. 

The musiles are the .active motive powers of the animal machine, and in most 
cases give indication of a horse's real energy. They are tlie true organs of motion and 
are distinct from tlu! other tissues of tlie body by their texture and vital contractility. 
Muscles are made up of fibres, arranged in bundles, proportioned in quantity to tlio 
reiiuircd action. The effects of their contraction are conveyed to the distant parts by 
rope-like tendons in which tliey terminate. The larger muscles are provided with 
coricsponiliiigly larger tendons, hence the relative size of the tendons is indicative of 
muscular strength. The musiles ])erforin various functions in the animal economy, 
the most important of which is the result rtf their contraction on the bones, thus jiro- 
dncing locomotion. The effect of the contraction of muscle is the drawing togellier 
of the iHiiiits of attachment, increasing its diameter and decreasing its length. Hence, 
in iiroiiortidu to tlie length ol'lh.^ muscular librcs, will be their contractile jiowcr. In 
all cases where sjmumI is tlie <lesired i|uality, long muscles are indispensable; providing 
for the complete flexion ami extension of the limbs, thus giving the greatest jiossihlc 
length to the stride. In (U-iler that this ektensive contraction should bo conliiiiicl 
with case and without fatigue, a duo ]>ropi)rtimi of vital tonicity of the muscular libie 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 81 

is indispensable. No animal can be strong unless the muscles are bulky and well 
developed. Power depends upon the amount of the contractile fibre. Exercise develops 
the muscles, enlarges the outline of the limbs and increases and intensifies the ease and 
force of the contraction. Tonicity of the muscular system constitutes the leading 
■element of condition, whicli is judged by the firmness of the muscles, absence of un- 
necessary connective fatty tissue between the bundles and between the muscles and 
the skin, showing a prominent, distinct, clean and well-defined appearance of e.ach 
muscle beneath the integuments. 

THE HEAD. 

No p.art of the horse more definitely illustrates the superiority of blood thau the 
head. A cold, cross or coarse one is apparent in its contour. It is a ready evidence 
of equine aristocracy and is an unmistakable indication of the spirit and temper. 
The head should be clean and bloodlike, and of a length in proportion to the size 
of the frame, divested ot all unnecessary covering of flesh, and should articulate with 
the neck in a free and graceful manner. The bones of the lower jaw not too heavy, 
with sufficient width to admit of flexure towards the throat witliout interruption of 
respiration. The line drawn from the foretop to the muzzle cannot be too straight. 
A curvature outward will indicate sluggishness, and if inward is likely to impede 
respiration. Tlie cranium or skull should be wide, as containing the sensorium, and 
the face from the eyes down in due proportion to constitute a well-formed head. If 
narrow between the eyes, the horse is apt to be obstinate and sluggish. The eyes 
should lie full, clear and nearly circular, color rather dark, as those showing too 
mucli white are inclined to be flighty and unreliable. If the eyeball is sunk into 
the orbit or has a corrugated appearance of the lids it indicates some latent disease. 
The ears are the index to the temper of the horse, telegraph his will and give warn- 
ing of his intentions. I like fair-sized ears, rather long thau short, not too wide 
apart, lively in motion and erect. They give animation and expression to the head 
and indicate vigor and endurance. The lips are prehensile. They collect the food 
and direct its course to the teeth. As an evidence of blood they must be thin, and 
as an evidence of vigor they must be firm against the teeth and gums. If relaxed 
and pendulous it is a sure criterion of the lack of muscular energy. 

THE NECK AND CBEST. 

A well developed neck, properly shaped, is a sure indication of strength ; a thin, 
poorly dcveU>ped one shows weakness and want of constitution. Tlie lower surface, 
that is, the portion from the point of the shoulder to the larynx or gullet, cannot be 
too short, while tlie length from the top of the withers to the poll of the head should 
be more than double that of the former, because there will be less resistance in the 
air pa-ssages and rapid respiration much easier. This formation is atfected more or 
less by the proper conformation of the other portions of the frame, more particularly 
of the shoulders. The point of the shoulder being pushed forward and the apex of 
the shoulder blade being well inclined back into the backbone, lengthens the upper 
surface of the neck, and the scapula at this point pushed forward shortens the lower 
surface to the neck and lessens the space between the breast and the larynx. It is 
not often that you find a good neck on a bad animal, or a bad shaped neck on a 
good oue. A good neck is strong, deep and broad, running into the shoulders 
smoothly, and formed as above described. A thin, ewe neck or a light, tapering, 
]ieacocky one is a sure indication of weakness, not only in this part, but of the whole 
system. 

THE SHOULDER. 

The shoulder is composed of two bones, the scapula and the humerus, which are 
envelojied in strong, powerful muscles. A certain proportion of muscularity is in- 
dispensable to the possession of power and continuance of great exertion. The scapula, 
or shoulder blade shouhl be obliiiuely directed backward, so that the lower end meets 
tlic humerus or upper bone of the arm in a slanting direction. Tliis formation not 
only lessens or oljviates concussion, but increases the performing power of the muscles. 
The shoulder should be well covered with muscle, but not bear the appearance of 
icing overloaded. The scapula and humerus being in too straight a line to each 



82 THE THOROCGHBRKD HOUSE. 

other :i<t to great ilisadvantage, aiul the muscles, iu order to overcome the malforma- 
tion, expend a useless amount of contractile foroe. When these bones meet eaih 
other in au oblique direction this force is unnecessary, as the parts are already partially 
flexed and can act with concentrated effect. The limb is more easily elevated and 
the shoulder action increased. Youatt says : " The point of the shoulder is projected 
forward, and therefore the pillars which support the fore part of the horse are 
likewise placed proportionately forward, and they have less weight to carry. They 
are exposed to less concussion, and especially concussion in rapid action. The horse 
is safer, for having less weight l.viug before the pillars of support, he is not likely to 
have the centre of gravity thrown before and beyond them by an accidental trip, 
hence he is not likely to fall, and rides more pleasantly as there is less weight iu the 
hand of the rider." A clean, thin, weak and knify shoulder is not desirable, nor is an 
upright and overloaded one. 

THE CHEST. 

The chest contains the chief organs of animal life, those of respiration and circu- 
lation. The chest should bo of sufficient width to allow free action of the respiratory 
organs. It should be not too bi-oad, but round rather than narrow and deep. It is by 
the shape of the chest and its capacity that wo judge of the constitutional vigor of 
the animal. The girth of the chest does not give an infallible idea of its internal 
dimensions. Ou the principle that a circle coutaius more than au ellipse, so the broad 
chest contains a greater internal area thau a deep one, but ] do not fancy too wide a 
chest as you stand before a horse, for in such a formation the frame is not so compact 
and regular as is required for coutiuued excrlion and frccdnui of action. 

THE FORE LEG. 

The fore leg is composed of the cannon bone in the front and two small splint 
bones behind. The cannon bone sustains the bulk of the weight and communicates 
it to the pastern. A minor part of the weight is transmitted from the knee to the 
liead of the spliut b(mes, which are attached by centres of ossification to the cannon 
bone, ami when iu action descend and break or lessen the concnssive force, and 
ascend to facilitate the extension of the legs. Thus by playing up and down as the 
foot is alternately raised and placed upon the ground, they bestow elasticity 
and prevent concussion. By over exertion or injury this part becomes inflamed and 
the extremities are unnaturally joined to the cannon bone, which is called splint and 
produces lameness. The cannon and splint bones cannot lie too short, relatively 
speaking, nor the radius or bone of the arm too long. They should be broad and flat 
as you look at them sideways, the muscles running full into the knees ; the legs should 
stand perpendicular and the elbows as near in a line with the stifle joints as possible, 
jiointing neither in nor out. If inward, the action is jarring, stiff and weak, owing 
to the concussion being more direct. If outward, the action will incline to be sprawl- 
ing and ineftective. But if compelled to choose between either, I should prefer the 
in-elbowed horse to the out-elbowed. It is of vital importance that the arm be mus- 
(Milar, and, as an indicati<m of speed, of good length. The radius or upright bone and 
the ulna, which forms the elbow, become consolidated into one when the animal 
matures. The knee is formed by a treble scries of joints, and corresponds to the 
wrist iu a human being. In speedy animals it should be long, broad and flat iu front, 
but not thick when viewed laterally. The six ditterent bones composing it are each 
covered above and below by a thick coating of cartilage connected together by strong 
ligaments, sei>arated by fluids and surrounded by membranes. Thus concussion is 
shared by all of them and by their peculiar connection it is reudereil harmless. Tlie 
seventh bone, called t\u' trapezium from its quadrangular shape, is placed behind the 
knee, but l)ear.s no portion of weight. Two of the flexor muscles proceed from the 
bone of the arm and are inserted into it, and being thus thrown off of the limb, act 
more directly and with considerable power. As the terminous of the musehss descend 
on the limbs, they are tied down by strong ligamentous bands, particularly iu the 
n.'ighboihooil of the joint. The extensor tendons, which lie principally in front of 
the ciiniioM bone, are prcv(int(^d from starting, strengthened and assisted in their ac- 
tion, but the tl.'xor teHdI)Ms wliiili are at the back of the leg woubl be liable to frietu)ii 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 83 

and tlit'ir motion impeded were they bound down, too tightly. The trapezium bono 
prevents the ring-like ligament from pressing too closely on the main flexor tendons, 
whilst it leaves them room to play and has a capsule filled with sinovia, which oozes 
out slowly in the course of the tendons and supplies them with a fluid which prevents 
much injurious friction. The arm, therefore, being composeel of bone and muscle, and 
from the knee downward made up of tendons and ligaments, cannot be proportionately 
too long or the space between the knee and the fetlock joint too short or broad. The 
tendons should enter the posterior portion of the knee boldly. The leg, as you look at 
it laterally, as a whole should not appear to be made up of a series of joints, but should 
jiresent the appearance of gradually tapering from the elbow to the fetlock joint. 
Looking at the conformation of the whole leg and not at any parts of it, I would ad- 
vise the discarding of a ealf-kneed horse, or what is called back at the knees. They 
are usually speedy, but no matter how well shaped the leg in other respects, the 
strain ou the legs in such conformation must be severe and cannot long be endured 
without injury. Lord George Bentinck, who nominally reduced racing to a science, 
tested horses with arched knees and tried them over ditterent courses. His experience 
was that on level and inclined courses there was little or no ditfereuce, but over uj)- 
hill courses the superiority of the arch-kneed horse was very marked. Of the two 
formations the arched knee is ]>referable and will stand longer, that is, if naturally so, 
not from contraction caused by disease. 

THE FETLOCK A.ND PASTERN. 

Four bones compose the fetlock joint : the upper and large pastern, the lower 
and small i)asteru, and two sessamoid bones. From the back part of the cannon 
or shank bone arises a strong ligament, called by veterinarians the suspensory or 
main ligament, which is of great elasticity, and which passes down the leg, 
bifurcates and coniiects with the two sessamoid bones at the back of the pastern 
joint. This tendon elongates with pressure and contracts when the weight is re- 
moved, and thus by its elasticity assists the flexor muscles in flexing the pastern 
joint. When overtaxed this tendon is broken through, and the horse then, in turf 
liarlance, is said to be broken down. When thoroughly so, the point of the fetlock 
comes to the ground, and the horse is unlit for great exertion or racing afterwards. 
The pasterns should not be too upright, nor is an excess of ol)liquity desirable, and 
they should be more oblique behind than in Iront. Nature, having made such ex- 
tensive provision for elasticity in the formation of the front limbs, economises as 
much as possible to increase the strength of the parts below. There is, therefore, 
less necessity for great obliquity of the pasterns in the front legs than in the hind 
ones. Elasticity and strength may be regarded as antagonistic forces. As one pre- 
dominates the other diminishes ; hence, where strength is demamied, a more upright 
pastern is indicated thau where elasticity is required. It may be put down as an 
axiom, that a horse is unworthy of the name of a race-liorse that does not possess 
good and properly formed fore-legs, and a material jioint in such formation is an 
oblique, large pastern. If the pasterns are too short, or ui)right and stitt', they indi- 
cate a want of speed and tax both foot and leg unduly. 

THE FEET. 

The true shape of the foot is the segmeut of a ej'linder. The front part of the 
wall is called the toe, the sides the quarters, the posterior part the heels. The 
under surl'ace of the foot is composed of the frog, bars and sole. It should bo high at 
the heels, very concave underneath, wide at the bar, with well-developed frog, which is 
both elastic and firm, enabling it to resist the greatest shock without injury to the 
foot. There should be no enlargement about the coronet, and the horn should be of 
healthy col(U- and <if even and regular foiiu. If rings ai)pear of a dirty reddish hue, 
there is simie hidden ili.scase or inflammation. • 

THE TRUNlv OR BODV. 

The trunk or body should be of j;(mm1 length, with proportionate depth of girth 
or true rilis, but more circular tliini Ibit and deep, .''ee that the girth is properly 

formed, with sumeient width thrcmeh tin' hearl, and that the large muscles, which. 



84 THE THOROrOHBKEU HORSE. 

("xti'iiil fmwiiril ;uul oiitwaiil tlie lilis that fxii:incl the chest, move the shimlder 
bhxile iu action, contract the Immenis, brace the muscles of the back ami aid the 
muscles of the haunch iu propelling the body. The requisite development of these 
muscles or thickness between the knees is a greiit sigu of strength of limb and 
wind. As a rule, horses of such formation will stay longer and carry more weight 
than others. Circularity of carcass with a great develoiiment of the lateral muscles 
interferes the least with movement of the animal, and provides room for healthy 
digestion. Herring-bellied or light-bodied horses are, as a rule, bad feeders, and a 
horse whicli is a bad feeder is seldom or never a reliable race-horse. 

BACK AND RIBS. 

The false, standing or back ribs will form a gradual decline from the girth, and 
sliould not ajipear to swell out too far, as viewed from the rear or front. The inter- 
costal muscles between the ribs are connected with the diaphragm internally and 
externally, and with tlie muscles of the back. The internal and external muscles of 
the ribs are beautifully and advantageously formed for action, the fibres running in 
adverse direction and crossing each other give additional strength to united action ; 
that is, in contracting and drawing the ribs closer together in connection with the 
diaphragm, the muscle extending from the thorax or breast to the termination of the 
loins by distinct tibres by which the viscera is forced backwards and inspiration is 
perfected. The muscles of the al)domeu contract and, converging the ribs, push back 
the diaphrag'm and expel the air from the lungs. I do not like a spare-ribbed horse 
or one deticient in the muscles which act on the respiratory organs, as such horses 
seldom exhibit ability to perform satisfactorily. The large muscle along the back- 
bone is of vital importance, as it is connected with the muscles of the loins, bracing 
all the muscles of the back and aiding in working the shoulder. No horse can ever 
be a good one, able to carry weight or perform any extraordinary exertion, which is 
deficient in muscular development of the back. It has been observed that the best 
backed horses are the best performers. The back should be straight and rather 
hollow than roached, as iu the latter formation the horse is inclined to over-reach, 
<arry his head low, and possess little or no elasticity of the spiue. A little depression 
just behind the withers and then an almost straight line to the loins is the form 
most desirable for l)eauty and strengtli. 

THE LOINS. 

The proper formation of the loins is material iu all horses, and more especially iu 
the race-horse. They must be broad, well rounded and muscular. The strength of 
the loin, and more especially of the hind quarter, depends much on this. In for- 
Muition the bones of the loin are larger than those of the back, and a more dovetailed 
union exists between them than those of the back. Every provision is made for 
strength. The union of the baik and loins should be carefully scrutinized, foi; there 
is frequently a depression between them at the junction, which shows an imperfec- 
tion in just formation of the spine, and is an evidence of weakness. 

THE CBOCP AND TAIL. 

The setting on of the tail is an indication of breeding in the horse, and all those 
possessing aristocracy of blood, display it iu the graceful manner in which the tail is 
sittached to the body. The croup should curve very little and should not be too long. 
A small, contracted and protruding sidiiucler of the alius denotes superior muscular 
energy in the animal, and is an c^ idcnce of constitutional vigor. 

THE HIND QUARTERS. 

The hind quarters differ from the fore ones in the fact that there is less elasticity 
iu their connections. Nature, iu order to give greater efficiency to the muscles of the 
liiud quarters, has attache<l the hind extremities to the frame by direct bony articu- 
lations, whidi is not tlie case iu the thoracic extremities. The functions of the 
anterior extremities is to support and direct, whilst that of the posterior limbs is to 
jiropcl the frame. 

The haunch is coinpuscd of three boucs. The iliiini is |iriii(ipally (■onccnied iu the 
lormatiou of the li.nuiili. The- isiluum or bip-boi e is behind and below the iliiiin. 



THE TlIOROriillUliEI) lIOIiSE. 85 

Tlic pubis uuites with the two foniicr IiuIdw aud l>chin(l. The loins, to tbo root of tlio 
tail, should be slightly rouuileil, the liaumh bones then will be more oblique ami will 
jiioduce a correspouding obIi(iuity in the thigh bone, iu which direction the muscles 
act most advantageously. This sliapo of the haunch is characteristic of the thorough- 
bred horse. Width of the haunch is a matter of great consequence, as it evidently 
aUords more room for the attachment of muscles, but not so wide as to cause the horse 
to be ragged hipped, though many of our ragged hipped horses have been both fleet 
and strong, whilst few of the narrow hipped ones possess strength. If the loins are 
broad aud the horse well ribbed vip, the points of the hip can scarcely be too far 
apart. In all quadrupeds celebrated for speed we lind the hind legs remarkable for 
their length, aud the muscles of the loins and quarters for their great size and power. 
.Speed depends almost entirely ou the length of the hind extremities and possession of 
sutHcient power to ])ropel the carcass with vigor and rapidity. If they are deficient 
in length of leverage or muscular energy, the most perfect formation of the other 
portion of the body cannot correct the fault. The three bones composing 
the haunch, ilium, ischium aud pubis ou each si<U". form an arch for the sup- 
port and protection of the i)osterior parts of the body and their contents. These 
three bones become partially consolidated, aud form at their point of union a 
cup for the reception of the head of the true thigh bone (femur), forming the cavity 
of the hip joiut, which is a ball-and-socket joint, aud kuowuby the name of whirl or 
round boue, which is deeply covered with muscles. From the hip joint the thigh 
bone slauts forward to meet the lower or second thigh boue (tibia), which, with the 
patella, a bone corresponding to the knee pan in the human race, constitutes the 
stifle. The lower or second thigh bone is directed backward, forming a considerable 
angle with the true thigh Vioue, giving the muscles acting on the parts a mechanical 
advantage which they would not otherwise possess, and throwing the weight on them 
iu such an oblique direction as to prevent concussion. These two bones, the femur 
and tibia, should be long, for the reason thftt it gives them double mechanical power 
by lengthening the muscular fibre and increasing the leverage at which the muscles 
act. As the length of the extremities above the knees aud hocks is increased, that 
below these points is diminished. If the horse has short quarters aud shoulders, the 
columns of support must be elongated somewhere, which is usually below the knee and 
ho( k. If he has a deep forehand and long quarter's, the cannon bones are diminished 
in length, a formation much desired aud esteemed. 

THE HIXD LEG, FETLOCKS AXD I'ASTEEXS. 

There is little or no diftcreucc in the mechanical construction of these parts from 
those of the fore extremities, the anatomy of the parts below the knee aud hock. 
The cannon or shank bone is longer and the splint bone larger in the hiud extremities. 
The piisterns are more oblique aud deservedly so. The elastic play of the ujiper parts 
of the fore liiiibs being much greater, a less obliquity of pastern is requisite. The 
hind limbs being attached to the frame by bone, it is necessary that the pasterns be 
much more ol)li((ue. 

THE HOCE. 

The proper conformation of the hock is of exceeding importance. It is composed 
often bones, between some of which there is extensive motion, while between others 
the motion is inconsiderable, but there is much strain ou all of them during progres- 
sion. It is scarcely less important than the thigh. If there is malformation or weak- 
ness here, the muscles of the thigh will bo weakened iu their force of action or i)er- 
form their action with feeble results. The os calcis or point of the hock should stand 
out boldly from the other bones, as the action and leverage of the tendons will be in 
exact proportion to the distance; hence the hock should be broad as you look at it 
from the sides, and should be free from all bcefiuess between the os calcis and other 
bones as well as behind and below the calcis, aud taper gradually into the shank 
without a tied or wasted appearance at the lower extremity, and should be straight. 
iu jireference to sickled or cow hocked. The os calcis or jioint of the hock is the 
most important feature of this joint. It projects outward aud upward from tlie other 
bones and gives attachment, acccuiling to its length ami 4lircction, to the ti :ii!ons of 



SG THE Tiioi;ori;uBKEL> iiossE. 

the most powerful muscles flexing the limb. The strougest and best wearing hocks 
are straight. The importance of a proper shai)e(l hock is the more marked from its 
couiidicated structure and great strain in its work, which renders it the seat of lame- 
ness. The OS calcis too long means an excess of Icvcr.-ige, hence curbs, an important 
anatomical feature in the race-horse, who from the nature of his work throws unusual 
strain on these parts. 

BHOOl) M.\RES. 

In purchasing mares to breed froui it is wise to pay particular attention to the 
following points : 

1. lu the management of young marcs be careful that they are not overloaded 
with llesh and gross, nor kejjt too thin, and hence weak. Either extreme is inim- 
ical to the production of sound, healthy and strong foals. 

2. In selecting a mare for your stud, examine the stud-book and see if her dam 
and grandam have uniformly bred winners, or are descended from a family which is 
noted as producing race-horses and wiuuers. The more superior and sound the race- 
horses from the immediate and near relations, the better and more desirable she must 
be. If, however, she is the only one other fiimily from a number of her brothers and 
sisters tried that has proved a good performer, her acquisition is not so desirable 
unless she has extraordinary (jualities to commend her. 

3. Examine carefully in regard to flightiness of temper, nervousness, organs of 
respiration and digestion, shape and soundness of feet, objectionable habits — such as 
wind sucking and cribbing. All these must be taken into consideration ; also the 
strong or weak points which are peculiar to her family that may be transmitted. 

4. Before buying a mare or mares that have bred foals, in addition to the quali- 
ties other produce, satisfy yourself as to the state of her uterus. Look for outward 
signs of rupture, and, when trotted or cantered, for a blubbering noise, which woulil 
indicate rupture extending to its internal parts. Such an animal is worthless, and 
if she should chance to have a foal it would be an accident. 

5. Examine carefully the bag or udder. .See if it is naturally developed and both 
sides can be equally used. The condition of the last foal will show whether the'mare 
is a good nurse, and the quality of the nourishment which it received from the dam. 
The quality and quantity of the mother's milk will solve the question whether the 
foal will grow into a race-horse or develop into a miserable weakling. Small and 
puny foals develop with wonderful ra|iidity at the side of a mare which supplies good, 
nourishing, rich milk. AVhilst ollu'rs, whose foals have size, shape and (juality, go 
backward and melt awaj' iiUt^ butter in the sun. It is advisable, willi good mares 
from racing families tliat produce w'inners. to take away the foals soon after they 
drop, and give them to some mare known to be a good nurse. Or, if the mother is an 
indifferent milker, which is readily ascertained by the colt not filling himself, give 
the best fresh milk, slightly sweetened. He will take it first from the finger being 
inserted in the milk, but will soon drink it as a calf. \o colt need be despaired of, 
cither from a bad mother or if the mother dies. 

.Sensitive mares do not easily submit to exchange of foals, but with care aud 
patience yon will have no diffi('ulty. All marcs know their own foals by smell, as oiui 
can readily see by observation, when coUccI I'd together. Kub into tlie coats of the 
foals to bo exchanged a little aniseed oil for a few days, nntil the mares become ac- 
customed to it. This will iirepare for the deception. Separate the nnvres from the 
foals and keep them away until the pressnre of the milk in the bag become distressing. 
The foals being exchanged, the mares are returned aud the change will be successful. 

Avoid pnrcliasiug aud reject all mares which the stud book rcjiorts show have 
been repeatedly barren, sli])ped their foals or produced twins. 

One of the most important requisites in a brood mare is symmetry of conformation. 
She shonld be long, deep in the chest, with large, roomy pelvis, with breadth of hip, 
in order that the foal have ample room aud space for its development. Leggy, light 
au<l short-bodi(!d mares cainiot be expe<-ted to ])roduco large foals or good shaped 
ones. Other not glaring imperfections can be better overlooked than these faults in 
con format ion. 



THE THOROnGHBRED HOUSE. 8/ 

Mauy good judges do not like mares with too coarse and luxuriant growth of 
hair in the mane and esiiecially with full and bushy tails at the root. Foals by such 
stallions or out of such mares generally lack quality and are deficient in energy. A 
rat-tailed horse is not a beauty to the eye, but it is seldom that you fiud a bad horse 
with a rat tail. 

With mares possessing the qualitications niciitioued. with marked development of 
muscles aud bone added to symmetry in conformation, which every auinuil should pos- 
sess which is intended to propagate its species, we may hope that the foals will possess 
similar good qualities. I particularly like horses and mares whi<-h possess geueric 
character, nnmistakeably expressed, in either sex. I condemn all mares of studdish 
appearance, either in shape or maimers, especially when examination is necessary to 
determine whether they are mares or geldings. The more ([uality a mare possesses 
the more marked will be the evidence of her sex. 

Avoid the system, ruiuously adopted and followed liy many, of breeding from 
mares or stallions merely because they were good. Consider the essential qualifica- 
tions of the racehorse. See that the animal is eminently gifted with certain inestim- 
able qualities, such as tBmi)er, handiuess, immense nervous action aud iudomitahle 
courage. These may and often do outweigh great defects in conformation, hut uuless 
sure of such grand qualities and peculiarities being hauded down to their progeny in 
equal ratio, do not regard them beyond their true worth. 

It is worse thau useless to purchase the stoutest, best Ijred mares from racing fam- 
ilies, and expect to breed race-horses by fattening them in ri<h pastures until Nov- 
ember, aud then starve aud half feed until April, under the false idea that it makes 
the colts hardier and tough. It must be reuiembereil that, for every one living through 
it, two die, and the survivors must have iron constitutions, and with proper food ainl 
care would have proved better, sounder and possess more size aud substauce. Abuu- 
daiit nourishment tends to the formatiou of liune and muscle: want of it leads to 
emaciation, weakness and death. 

SUMMING UP (XECESS.VniLY A RliPETITlOX). 

It is generally claimed aud admitted by all writers upon the thoroughbred horse 
that hj ow.'s his origin to tUree great ancestors or sources: The Darley Arabian, 
Byerly Turk and the Godolphiu Arabian. Although this theory is accepted as true, it 
is misleading aud not sustained by facts. The tirst class, as arrauged in the stud 
book, is that of the Darley Arabian. If the Arabian alone was entitled to the credit 
of founding this line, what becomes of the female line aud what credit is due to the 
mare Betty Leedes that lirst brought the Darley Arabian into notice ? Betty Leedes, 
the dam of Flying Childcrs aud Bartlett's Cliilders, was by old Careless, son of 
Spanker aud a Barl> mare, her dam sister to Leedes (called Cream Cheeks) by the 
Leedes Arabian, grandain by Spanker, great graiidam old Morocco mare (Old Peg), 
Spanker's own dam by Lord Fairfax's Morocco Barb, out of Old Bald Peg, who was 
by an Arabian, out of a Barb mare. There were other race-horses in the family 
prior to the advent of Flying Cliilders, but the great excellence of the family in the 
male line is through the two Childers, especially through Bartlett's Childcrs. Flying 
Childcrs was said to have been the fleetest horse in the world. It is said that in the 
year 1721 he rau a trial against Almauzor and Brown Betty over the Round Course 
at Newmarket, 3 miles 4 furlongs 139 yards, carryiug 128 lbs., in 6 minutes and 40 
Seconds. He rau over the Beacon Course, 4 miles 1 furlong 173 yards, in 7.30. It Is 
not believed that these statements of time are true, as there were no watches in 
those days by which time could be takeu. He got Snip, siie of Snaj). Bartlett's 
Childers founded the Eclipse line. He got Squirt, dam Shock's dam by Lister's 
Snake, graudam Grey Wilkes, sister to Clumsey by Old Hautboy, tracing to a Sed- 
bury Royal mare. So little was .Squirt esteemed as a stallion that he was ordered to 
he shot, but was begged oil' by li is groom while being led out to the dog kennel. 
He afterward got Marske, Syphon and the noted old .Squirt mare, the dam of Pump- 
kin, Maiden aud Purity. Marske got iiiiji. i*hark, dam by Snap, sou of Snip, a grand 
race-h(use aud successful st;illiou. From the rnvcr of MnrsUc, .'>iiilctta produced 



88 THE XnOROUGHBKED HORSE. 

Eclipse ami his sister Proserpine. Spiletta was by Regains, son of the Godoliiliiu 
Arabi.in, out of Mother Western by Smith's son of Mr. Lister's Suake, own brother 
to William's Squirrel, out of a daughter of the Akaster Turk. Eelipse got Pot-S-o-'s, 
King Fergus, Mercury, Alexander, Don Quixote, Saltram, etc. It is to these sous of 
Eclipse nearly all of the best race-horses of our daj' iu the male line from Eclipse 
trace their origiu. Pot-8-o-"s, out of a mare by Warren's .Sportsman, son of Cade by 
the Godolphin Aiabian, got Waxy, out of Penelope by Trumpator, son of Conductor 
by Matchem. 

Waxy got Whalebone, Whisker, Woful and their sisters, Web and Wire, out of 
Prunella liy Highflyer, son of Herod. The commingling of this blood with that of 
the Byerly Turk and Godolphin Arabian is what gave ns the grand race-horses in 
this line. Whalebone got Sir Hercules, out of Pen by Wanderer, son of Gohanna by 
Mercury, and Sir Hercules got the brothers Irish, Birdcatcher and Faugh-a-Ballagh, 
out of Gniccioli by Bob Booty, sou of Chanticleer by Woodpecker by Herod. 

Stockwell by The Baron, son of Birdcatcher by Sir Hercules by Whalebone 
by Waxy by Pot-8-o's by Eclipse, dam Pocahontas by Gleucoe by Sultan, son of 
.Selim by Buzzard by Woodpecker by Herod, grandam Marpessa by Muley son of Orville 
by Beningbrongh by King Fergus by Eclipse, out of Clare by Marmion, son of 
Whiskey by Saltram by Eclipse. Stockwell got Blair Athol (Derby and St. Leger 
winner, IriGl), dam Blink Bouuy (Derby and Oaks winner, 1857) by Melbourne, son 
of Humphrey Clinker by Comus, out of Queen Mary (dam of Bonnie Scotland, etc.) 
by Gladiator, son of Partisan. 

Blair Athol got Audred, out of Wonderful by Voltigeur ; Clanronald, out of Isilia 
by Newminster ; Ethus, out of Theresa by Touchstone ; Tangible, out of Touch-me- 
Not bj' Touchstone ; Craig Millar (winner of the St. Leger, la75), out of Miss Roland 
by Fitz Roland, son of Orlando by Touchstone; Prince Charlie (winner of the 2,000 
Guineas, 1872, and imported to America), dam Eastern Princess by Surplice, son of 
Touchstone, out of Tomyris by Sesostris, son of Slane by Royal Oak. Prince Charlie 
got Prestouijans, dam Beatrice by Voltigeur, out of Bribery by The Libel ; Salva- 
tor (winner of the Suburban Handicap, IJ miles, 2.06^, and the Match IJ in 2.05, and 
the fastest mile overrun in the world, 1.354), dam Salina by Lexiugtou, out of Light- 
some by imp. Gleucoe ; Prince Fonso, out of May Wilson by King Alfonso ; imp. Wag- 
ner, dam Duchess of Malfi by Elland, out of The Duchess by St. Albans, he the sire 
of Minnehaha III. ; imp. The Jacobite, dam sister to Little Lady by Orlando, out of 
Volley (own sister to Voltigeur) by Voltaire. Blair Athol also got Silvio (winner of 
the Derby and St. Leger, 1879), out of Silverhair by Kingston. Blair Athol got 
Struan, out of TerrtKc by Touchstone, and Struan is sire of Brag, out of Bounce by 
Flatterer. Silvio is the sire of imp. Silvermme, out of Nuneaton by Orlando, and 
imp. Dandy Dinmont, out of Meg Merrilies by Macgregor. 

Blair Athol got imi>. Glen Athol, d.im (Jreta by Voltigeur, out of Jlouutaiu 
Flower by Itliuriel, son of Touchstone. 

Glen .\lln)l got Gleumore, dam Lotta by Hunter's Gleucoe, out of Sally Lewis by 
imp. Gleucoe. (Jlenmore was a superior racehorse, winner of the best four-milo 
heat race of three heats ever run, 7.2!);, 7.30i^, 7.31, and was, for his chances, quite a 
success in the stud. 

Blair .\tliol got imi>. Stoiiehenge (dam Coimbra by Kingston, out of Calcavella 
by Birdcatcher. Sou of Sir Hercules) au<l his full brother Claremout, the sire of imp. 
Eslicr, out of I'lia l)y Dusk. 

Blair Athol also got imp. Child of the Mist, owned by Mr. M. Daly, out of Ma 
Belle by Lord Clifden. 

Stockwell got Brc.idalbano, own brother to Blair Athoi. Breadalbane got 
imp. Ill Useil, dain Ellermire by Cliautn-leer, sou of Biriicatcher, out of EUer- 
•lale by I..anercost, sou of Liverpool by Tramp. Ill Used was a good race- 
horse and IS sire of Badge, dam The Baroness by Kentucky, His Highness, dam imp. 
Princess (Royal Hampton's dam) by King Tom, out of Mrs Lincoln by North Lincoln, 
sou of Pylades by Surplice, Forester, dam Woodbine by Censor or Kentucky, out of 
imp. Fleur-des-Cliamps liy Ncwmiuster, .Magut'tizcr, ilain Magnetism by Kiuglishcr, 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 89 

out of Attraction by imp. lialrownie, sou of Aunandale liy Touclistouc, and Nonesuch, 
<lara imj). Nou Paruillo by Kingston, out of England's Beauty by Birdcatcher. Stock- 
well is also sire of Citadel, dam Sortie by Jlelbourue, out of Escalade by Touchstone. 
Citadel is best kujwu as the sire of iuii). Glenelg, dam Babta by Kingston, son of 
Venison, out of Alice Lowe by Defence, sou of Whaleboue. Glenelg got Post Guard 
(Gon. Philliiis) and Strathspey, dam La Polka by Lexington, Dan Sparling, dam Item 
by Lexington, Dry Mouopole, dam Peru by imp. Glengarry, son of Thorraanby, Gren- 
adier, out of Alala by War Dance, Little Mlnch, out of Goldstone by Loadstone, sou 
of Lexington, Tristan, out of Traviata by Tom Bowling, son of Lexington, Sir 
Joseph, out of Susie Liuwood by Judge Leonard, sou of Zero by Boston. Glenelg is 
tlio sire of a vast number of valuable brood mares producing winners and the superior 
mare Firenzi. Stockwell got Broomielaw, out of Queen Mary by Gladiator, and Aster- 
oid, out of Teetotum by Touchstone. Asteroid got Siderolite, out of Aphrodite by 
Bay Middleton. Stockwell got The Marquis (winner of the 2,000 Guineas and St. 
Leger, 1862), out of Cinizelli by Touchstone, Rustic, out of Village Lass by Pyrrhus 
the First, Caterer, dam Selina by Orlando, The Duke, out of Bay Celia by Orlando. 
The Duke got Merry Duchess, Blaudfoid, out of Auricula by Ambrose, and Bertram, 
out of Constance by Faugh-a-Ballagh, sou of Sir Hercules. Bertram got Kobert the 
Devil (winner of the St. Leger, 1880), out of Cast Otf by Promised Land, son of 
Jericho by .Jerry by Smolensko, Lord Lyon (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby 
and St. Leger, 1866), out of Paradigm bj' Paragoue, son of Touchstone. Lord Lyon 
got Minting, out of Mint Sauce l>}' Young Melbourne, and Touchet, out of Lady 
Audley, sister to Buccaneer by 'Wild Dayrell. Stockwell also got St. Albans and 
Savernake, dam Bribery by The Libel, sou of Pantaloon by Castrel, out of Splitvote 
by St. Luke, son of Bedlamite by Welbeck by Soothsayer. 

St. Albans (winner of the St. Leger, 1860) got Julius, out of Julie by Orlando; 
Springfield, out of Viridis by Marsyas, sou of Orlando. Springfield got Sainfoin 
(winner of the Derby, 1890), out of Sanda by Wenlock. 

St. Albans also got Martyrdom, out of Eulogv by Euclid, son of Emilius ; Mr. 
Winkle, dam Peri by Birdcatcher; Silvester, out of Silverhair by Kingston, and St. 
Ronan, out of Elspeth by Birdcatcher. 

Stockwell got Lord Ronald, out of Edith by Newininster, grandam Deiadamia by 
Pyrrhu.s I., son of Epirus l)y Langar. 

Lord Ronald got Master Kildare, out of Silk by Plum Pudding, sou of Sweet- 
meat. 

Master Kildare got Melton (winner of the Derby and St. Leger, 1885), out of 
Violet Melrose by Scottish Chief. 

Stockwell got Thunderbolt, dam Cordelia by Red Deer, son of Venison, out of 
Kmilia by Young Emilius. Thunderbolt got Vulcan, out of Alarum by Alarm; 
Lemnos, out of Laura by Orlando ; Reverberation, out of The Golden Horn by Hark- 
away, and imp. Thunderstorm, out of Killarney by Js'ewmiuster. 

Stockwell got Doncaster (winner of the Derby, 1873), dain Marigold, by Teddiug- 
ton, sou of Orlando, out of sister to Singapore hy Ratan, son of Buzzard by Black- 
lock. Doncaster got Bend'or (winner of the Derb}', 1880, and Epsom Gold Cup), dam 
Rouge Rose l)y Thormanby, grandam Ellen Home by Redshank, son of Sandbeclc Ity 
Catton, out of Delhi by Plenipotentfarv, son of Emilius, Muncaster, dam Windermere 
by Macaroni, out of Miss Agnes by Birdcatcher. Muucaster got Saraband, out of 
Highland Fliug by Scottish Chief, and imp. Rossington out of Lily Agnes by Maca- 
roni. Bend'or got Ormonde (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, 1886), 
dam Lily Agnes by Macaroni, grandam Polly Agnes hy The Cure, s(ui of Physician 
hy Brutandorf by Blacklock, out of Miss Agues by Birdcatcher, and Orvieto, out of 
Napoli by Macaroni. Bend'or got Bonavista, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1892, out 
of Vista by Macaroni, and Kendal, out of Windermere by Macaroni. Stockwell got 
Fiuas, dam Nightingale by Mountain Deer, son of Touchstone, out of Clarinda by Sir 
Hercules. I'ucas got Prism, dam Rainbow by Vorkminster, sou of Newmiuster, out 
of Blue Bonnet by Young Melbourne. 

lvata]dan was own brother to Stockwell by The IJarou, dam Pocahontas by 



90 THE THOROtTGHBRED HORSE. 

Olenc'oc. Rataplau got Bliukboolie, dam Queen Mary (Blink Bonny and Bonnie .Scot- 
land's dam) by Gladiator. Blinkboolie got Wisdom, dam Aline by Stockwell, gran- 
dam Jen d'Esjirit by Flatcateher, sou of Touchstone, out of Extemjiore by Emilius. 

Wisdom sired Surefoot (ivinner of the 2,000 Guineas and Eclipse stakes, 1891, 
defeating the great Common), dam by Galopin, grandam Miss Foote by Orlando, 
out of Gossamer by Birdcatcher, and Veracity, out of Vanish by Houitou. Rataplar 
got Ben Battle, dam Young Alice by Young Melbourne, out of .Sweet Hawthorn b> 
.Sweetmeat. Ben Battle got Beudigo, out of Hasty Girl by Lord Goiigh, son of 
Gladiatenr. 

Katai)lan got The Miner and Mineral, dam Maugauese by Birdcatcher, out of 
Moonbeam by Tomboy, sou of .Terry by Smolensko, Kettledrum, dam Hybla by The 
Provost, sou of The Saddler, out of Otisina by Liverpool, son of Tramp. Kettle- 
drum got Lady Laugden, the dam of Hampton and Sir Bevys, out of Haricot by 
Mango or Lauercost. Rataplau also got imp. Dalnacardoeli out of Mayonaise by 
Teddiugton. 

Birdcatcher got Oxford, out of Honey Dear by Plenipotentiary, iu the male line 
to Eclipse. Oxford got Sterling, out of Whisper by Flatcateher, in the male line to 
Eclipse. Sterling got Energy, Harvester, Paradox and Isonomy, the latter out of a 
daughter of Stockwel). Isouomy got Common, the wiuiier of the triple event in 
England iu 1891, out of Thistle by Scottish Chief, a horse in the male line to Eclipse. 
Sterling is also sire of imp. Loyalist, brother to Paradox, Stalwart :»iid imp. Top 
Gallant, the two List brothers, tracing through Sea Mark, a daughter of Adventurer, 
to Pewet, the dam of Sir Paul, Paulina and Clinkerina, the dam of Humphrey 
Cliuker, sire of Melbourne, and Pewet was half sister to Evelina, the dam of Orville, 
Orvillina, dam of Sandbeck, Cervantes, sire of Melbourne's dam, Paulowitz, sire of 
Cain, that got Ion, the sire of Wild Dayrell. Birdcatcher also got imported Knight of 
St. George, AVarlock (sire of Tyndale), Saunterer, imp. Mickey Free and Woinersley. 
Faugh-a-Ballagh got imp. Leamington, out of a daughter of Pantaloon, a horse in the 
male line to Herod. Leamington got Longfellow, out of Nautuia by Brawners 
Eclipse, Herod line, sire of The Bard, out of Brademante by War Dance, Herod line. 
Longford and Lougstreet, out of Semper Idem by GleuAthol, son of Blair Athol : 
liindeii. a grand race-horse and ])romtsing sire. En(iiiirer, out of Lida by I^exington, 
Ilcrod line, a good race-horse and ])opnlar sire. Powhattan, out of Maiden by Lexing- 
ton. Eolns, out of Fanny Washington by Revenue, sou of Trustee, Eclipse line. Eolns 
IS one of the most popular and successful stallions in America. Hyder Ali, Sensation, 
Onondaga, .Stratford, Aristides, ontof daughters of Lexington, Iroquois, out of Maggie 
B. B. by Australian, Matchein line. Lelaps, out of imp. Pussy by Diophantns. Tlicu 
there art! Falsetto, Blue Eyes, JlcCreery, Faustus and Inspector B., good stallions 
nearly all, except Falsetto iu the Eclipse line. Wh.alebone got Camel, cut of daughter 
of .Selim, Herod line. 

ToncUstone by Camel, sou of Whalebone by Waxy by Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse, 
dam Banter by Master Henry, son of OrviUe, by Beningbrough by King Fergus 
by Eclipse, grauilam Boadicea by Alexander, son of Eclipse, out of Brunette by 
Amaraiithns, son of Old England by the Godolphin Arabian. 

Touchstone got Artillery, dam .Jeanette by Birdcatcher, son of Sir Hercules, gran- 
dam Perdita by Laugar, son of Seliiii, out of Delenda by (Johanna, son of Mercury 
by Eclipse. 

Artillery was tli(^ sire of imp. Kyrli^ "-ily, dam Colleen Khiio by Gemma di Vergy, 
son of Sir Hercules. 

Tiuichstone sired Claret and Mountain Deer, dam Mountain Sylph by Belshazzar, 
son of Blacklock. Claret got Blarney, and Mountain Deer got The Drni<l and many 
good ni.ircs. 

Touchstone got .Assaults and Storm, out of Ghuznee by Pantaloon, and Annan- 
dale, dam Rebecca by Lottery, out of a daughter of Cervantes son of D(ui </nixote by 
Eclijisc. 

.Vnnandale got imp. Balrounii'. out of (^ueeii Mary by Gladiator. Italrownie got 
AVest Koxbiiry. out of Coliiinl.ia by imp. (Jleuc-oe, she out of Flciir de Lis l)y im|). 



THE THOROfGHHRKI) nOKSE. 01 

Sovereign. West Eoxbury was a good race-Uorse aud quite a successful btallicm. 
Balrowiiie also got Fleetwing, out of Rhoda by imp. Glencoe. 

Touchstone got Cotherstone, dam Emma by Whisker, sou of Waxy. Cotherstoiie 
(wiuuerof the Derby and 2,000 (juiueas, 1813) was the sire of imp. Cairngorm, out of 
Glouluce by t>laue, she the daui of Pilgrim by Lexiugtou aiul Coral by Vandal, the 
dam of Uncas and Wanderer by Lexington. 

Touchstone got Ithnriel, dam Verbena by Velocipede, son of Blacklock, out of 
Rosalba by Jlilo, son of Sir Peter. Ithuriel got Longbow, out of Miss Bowe by 
Cattou. Longbow got Toxophilite, otit of Legerdemain by Pantaloon. 

Toxophilite got Musket, out of a daughter of West Australian by Melbourne, 
and .Stray Shot (the dam of Shotover and Torpedo by Hermit), out of Vaga by 
Stockwell. 

Musket got Petronel (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1880), out of Crytheia by 
Hesperus, sou of Bay Middleton, and imp. Maxim (in Rancho del Paso stud), dam 
Realization by Vespasian, son of Newminster. 

Touchstone got Surplice (winner of the Derby, 1848), out of Crucifix by imp. 
Priam, who sired several mares of note. Eastern Princess, Flax, etc., also Vindcx, 
dam fiarlaud by Laugar, out of Cast Steel by Whisker. Vindex got Victor, out of a 
daughter of Scroggins, sou of Tramp. 

Victor got Valour, out of daughter of Mount Zion, son of Mountain Deer. 

Tonclistoue got Lord of tho Isles, dam Fair Helen by Pantaloon, out of Rebecca 
by Lottery. 

Lord of the Isles got Scottish Chief and Macdonald, out of Miss Ann by The 
Little Known, sou of Muley, she out of Bay Missy by Bay Middleton. 

Scottish Chief got Childeric, out of Gertrude by Saunterer, Fitz James, out of 
Hawthorn Bloom by Kettledrum, King of the Forest, out of Lioness by Fandango, 
Pursebearer, out of Thrift by Stockwell, imp. Donald A., out of imp. Algebra by 
Diophantus, imp. Kantaka, out of Seclusion (Hermit's dam) by Tadmor, and Dundee, 
out of Marmalade by Sweetmeat. 

Touchstone got Newminster, dam Beeswing by Dr. Syntax, son of Paynator by 
Trumpator by Conductor by Matchem, grandara by Ardrossan, son of John Bull by 
Fortitude by Herod, out of Lady Eliza by Whitworth, son of Agonistes by Sir Peter 
by Highflyer by Herod. 

Xewminster got Cambuscau, out of The Arrow by Slaue. Cambusean got Cam- 
ballo (winner of tho 2,000 Guineas, 1875), out of Little Lady by Orlando, sou of 
Touchstoue, and Onslow, out of Dulcibella by Voltigeur. 

Xewmiuster got Adventurer (winner of City and Suburban), dam Palma by 
Emilius, out of Fraucesca by Partisan. 

Adventurer gotlshraael, out of Lena l)y Stockwell, Privateer, out of La Favorita 
by Thormanby, Glen Arthur, out of Maid of the Gleu by Kingston, Pretender, out of 
Ferina by Venison, and imp. Pizarro, out of Milliner by Rataplan, she out of Man- 
ganese by Birilcatcher, and imp. Blythewood, out of Bonny Bell by Voltigeur. 
Pizarro's early death was a serious loss to the country. 

Newminster got Cathedral, out of Stolen Moments by Melbourne. Cathedral 
got Landmark, out of Miss Agues by Birdcatcher. 

Xewminster got Hermit (winner of the Derby, 1867), dam Seclusion by Tadmor. 
sou of lou by Cain, grandani Miss Sellou by Cowl, son of Bay Middleton bj' Sultan, 
out of Belle Dame by Belshazzar, son of Blacklock. 

llermit'got The Abbot, Charon aud Marden, out of Barchettina by Peliou, sou of 
Ion, Clairvaux, Thebais and St. Jlarguerite, out of Devotion by Stockwell, Peter and 
Timothy, out of Lady Masham by Brother to Stratford, son of Young Melbourne, 
Tristan and Trapeze, out of Thrift by Stockwell. 

Trappist, out of Bunch by Muscovite, son of Hetman Platoff, Whitefri.ir, out of 
Lady Blanche by Thunderbolt, Edward the Confessor, out of Princess of Wales by 
Stockwell, Retreat, out of Quick March by Rataplan, Zealot, out of Zelle by Stock- 
well, Southam])ton, out of Preface by Stockwell. imp. Mr. Pickwick (dead), out of 
Tomato by King Tom, sire of Pickniiker. Facial I!., Ida Pickwick, etc.. Friar Tuck 



92 THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 

(now iu California), out of Romping Girl liy Wild Dayrell, and imp. St. Blaise, out of 
Fusee by Marsyas, sou of Orlando, sire of St. Floriau, Admiral, St. Paucras, Clareu- 
d(in, Padishali, Potomac, Chesapeake, La Tosca, etc. 

Nfwminstergot Lord Clifden, dam The Slave by Melbourne, grandam Volley (sis- 
ter to Voltigeur) by Voltaire, out of Martha Lyuu by Mulatto, sou of Catton. 

Lord Clifden got Petrarch (winner of the 2,000 Guineas and St. Leger, 1876), and 
imp. EotUerhill, out of Laura (the dam of imp. Laureate) by Orlando. Weulock 
(winner of St. Leger, 1872) and his sister Siluria (dam of Geologist), out of 
Mineral by Hataplau, Hampton, and imp. Abingdon and imp. Deceiver, out of Boot- 
aud-Saddle by Truiupeter, son of Orlando, out of Lady Langden by Kettledrum, Haw- 
tbiirndcM (sent toXew South Wales), out of Bonny Blink by The Flying Dutchman, and 
Winslow, out of Creslow by King Tom. Hampton is the sire of Merry Hampto^n (win- 
ner of the Derby, 1889), ont of Doll Tearsheet by Broomielaw, Ayrshire (winner of 
the 2,000 Guineas and Derby in 1888), out of Atalauta by Galopin, Koyal Hampton, 
out of imp. Princess (dam of Prince Koyal and His Highness) by King Tom, Imp. 
Kingston, out of Last Love by Aunandale, and imp. Eothen, out of Sultana by 
Oxford. 

Wenlock got Quicklime, out of J)uveruay by Beadsman. Newminster got Strath- 
conan, out of Souvenir by Chanticleer, sou of Birdcatcher. He was the sire of Scot 
Guard, Strathavou and Strathern, winner of the Royal Hunt Cup, aud of Buolianan, 
out of Flurry by Young Melbourne. 

Touchstone got Orlando, dam Vulture by Langar, son of Selim, out of Kite by 
Bustard, son of Castrel. 

Orlando got Chattanooga, out of Ayacanora by Birdcatcher. Chattanooga got 
Wellingtonia, out of Araucaria by Ambrose, son of Touchstone. Wellingtouia got 
Clover (winner of the French Derby), out of Princess Catherine by Prince Charlie. 
Orlando got Marsyas (ont of Malibran by Whisker), who sired George Frederick 
(winner of the Derby iu.l871) and Albert Victor, out of Princess of Wales by Stock- 
well. George Frederick was the sire of Beau Brummell. Albert Victor was the sire 
of Victor Emanuel aud imp. Albert, the latter out of Hawthorn Bloom li_\» Kettle- 
drum, and imp. The Sailor Prince, out of Hermita by Hermit. 

Orlando got Orestes (dam by Bay Middleton), he the sire of Orest (out of Lady 
Louisa by Toiichstoue), who was the siie of Hollywood, out of Furze Chat by King 
Tom. 

Orlando got Teddington, out of Miss Twickenham by Rockingham, sou of Hum- 
phrey Clinker. 

Teddington got Moulsey, out of Sabra by Pantaloon, and Marigold (the dam of 
Doncaster and imp. Lady Mob^swmth), out of Dclibili by Thormanby. 

Orlando got Trumpeter, outof Cavatina by Redshanlv, son of Sandbeck. Trumpeter 
got Queen's Messenger, out of Queen Bertha by Kingston, and Distin, out of Miss Bow- 
ser by Ilesperns. Distiu got Avoutes, out of Avoudale by Katan, aud imp. Charaxus, 
out of Sajiplio by Kingston. Charaxus is a very promising sire. 

Trumpeter got Plutus, dam by Planet, sou of Bay Middleton, out of Alice Bray 
by Venison. 

Plutus got Flageolet, outof La Favorita by Monanxuo. Flageolet got imp. Rayou 
d'Or, out of Araucaria by Ambrose, sou of Touchstone, Zut, out of Regalia by Stock- 
well, and lieanminct, out of Beauty by Knowslcy. 

Orlando got imp. Scythian, out of Scythia by Ilctman Platolf, aud imp. Eclipse, 
out of (iazc by IJay Middleton, lie sire of Alarm, he siie of lliniyar. 

Wlialeltone got Waverley, out of Margaretta by Sir l^eter. Waverlcy got Don 
.Iciliii, out of a Comus mare, ami Don Jolm got lago, out of a Selim mare, ami he got 
imp. Bonnie Scotland, out of Queen Mary by Gladiator, Herod liiie. Whalebone also 
got Defence, ont of Rnljens mare, and he got Tlie Emperor, out of a daughter of 
Reveller by Comns. Whisker got Economist, out of Florantho by Octavian, Herod 
line. Economist was the sire of Hcliidna aud Uarkaway, tlie latter out of Fanny 
Dawson by Naliocklisli, in tlio llcrod line 

King Tom by Harkaway, son of I'ici iiist by Whisker by Waxy by l'ot-8-o-'s 



THE THOItOUGHBRED HOKSE. 93 

by Eclipse, dam Pocahontas (dam of Stockwell, Rataplan, etc.) by imp. Glencoe, 
son of Sultan by Selim by Buzzard by Woodpecker by Herod, grandam Marpessa 
by Miiley. King Tom got imp Kingcraft (dead), winner of the Derby, 1870, 
and imp. Great Tom, in the Belle Meade Stud, Teun., out of Woodcraft by Volti- 
gcur, King Lud, out of Qui Vive (sister to Vedette) by Voltigeur, Skylark, out of 
Wheatear by Young Melbourne, Dalesman (dam Agnes by Pantaloon), he the sire of 
Lowlander, out of Lnfra by Windhouud, son of Pantaloon, and he the sire of Low- 
land Chief, out of Bathilde by Stockwell. King Tom also got King Alfred, dam by 
Bay Jliddleton, Restitution, dam by Slaue, King o' Scots, out of Katharine Logie by 
The Klying Dutchman. He got Bruce, out of Recluse by Newcastle. 

Kiug Tom got imp. King Ban, out of Atlantis by Thormanby (died in Dixiana 
Stud, Ky., March, 18!*8), imp King Ernest (dead), dam Ernestine by Touchstone, in 
the Brookdale Stud, Monmouth Co., N. J. Imp. Phaeton (died 1874), dam MeiTy 
Sunshine by Storm. 

Phaeton got Ten Broeck (1 mile, 1.39f ; 2 miles, 3.27i ; 3 miles, .5.26^, and 4 miles, 
7.15J, pertVu'mances never equalled by one and the same horse), out of Fanny Holton 
by Lexington. Kiug Alfonso, out of C'apitola by Vandal, he the sire of Foxhall 
(that won the Grand Prize of Paris, Cesarewitch and Cambridgeshire Handicaps), 
out of Jamaica by Lexiugton, and Lisbon, out of imp. Lady Love by Stockwell or 
Caterer. 

King Fergus was by Eclipse, dam Creeping Polly by Black-and-All-Black, son of 
Crab by Aloock Arabian. King Fergus got Hambletonian, out of a daughter of 
Highflyer by Herod, grandam by Matchem. Hambletonian got Whitelock, out 
of Rosalind by Phojnomenon, son of Herod. Whitelock got Blacklock, out of daugh- 
ter of Coriander by Pot-S-o-'s. Blacklock got Brutandorf, sire of Physician, sire of 
The Cure and Hetman Platoft', imp. Belshazzar, Velocipede, sire of King of Trumps, 
Hornsea, etc.; Voltaire, out of daughter of Phantom by Walton, Herod line. 

Voltigeur by Voltaire, son of Blacklock by Whitelock by Hambletonian by 
Kiug Fergus by Eclipse, dam Martha Lynn by Mulatto, son of Cattou by 
Golumpus by Gohanna by Mercury by Eclipse, grandam Leda by Filho-da-Puta, son 
of Haphazard by Sir Peter by Highflyer by Herod, out of Treasure by CamiUus, son 
of HanibUtouian by King Fergus, 

Voltigeur got Skirmisher and The Ranger, dam by Gardham, son of Falcon by 
Bustard by Castrel, out of daughter of Langar. Skirmisher got Kaiser, dam Regina 
by King Tom. 

The Ranger got imp. I'hlaii, dam La Mechante by Tumus, son of Taurus. 
LTilan was a superior race-horse, a successful stallion in France, and is now in 
Chesterlirook Stud, Pennsylvania. Voltigeur got John Davis, dam Jamaica by Liver- 
pool, sou of Tramp. John Davis got John Day, out of Breakwater by Buccaneer, 
and Fortissimo, out of Vocalist by Trumpeter. Voltigeur got Tibthorpe, dam Little 
Agnes by The Cure, son of Physician. Tibthorpe got Thurio (winner of the Grand 
Prize of Paris), out of Verona by Orlando. 

Voltigeur got Vedette (winner of the 2,000 Guineas and two Doncaster Cups), 
<lam liy Birdcatcher, out of N'aii Darrell by Inheritor, son of Lottery. 

Vedette got .Speculum (winner of the City .and Siiburl)an), dam Doralice by Alarm 
or Orlando, out of Preserve liy Emilius. 

Speculum got Castlereagh, out of Lady Trespass by Birdcatcher, Seftcn (winner 
of the Derby, 187^), out of Lady Sefton by West Australian, Rosebery (winner of the 
Cesarewitch and Cambridgeshire Handicaps), out of Ladylike by Newminster, and 
Hagioscope, out of Sophia by Macaroni, he the sire of Queen's Birthday, out of Matilda 
by Beanclerc. 

Vedette got Galopiu (winner of the Derby, 187.5), dam Flying Duchess by The 
Flying Dutchman, out of Mi^rope by Voltaire, son of Blacklock. 

Galopin got Galliard (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1883), out of Mavis by Maca- 
roni, St. Simon, out of St. Angela by King Tom, and Donovan (winner of the Derby 
and St. Leger, 1889), out of Mowerina by Scottish Chief. 

(;.ilo|iiu got imp. Galori', a sujienor race-horse, out of La<ly Maiua by Macaroni, 



94 THE THOEOCTGHBRED HORSE. 

ill the Bowliiifi; Brook Stuil, Md , and imp. King Galop, dam by King Tom, out of 
Sunshine liy Thonuauby, now in Iroquois titud, Lexington, Keutucliy. 

St. Simon got Memoir (winner of the Oaks and St. Leger, 1S90) and La Flecho 
(winner of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, 1802), out of Quiver by Toxophilite, Semolina 
(winner of the 1,000 Guineas, 1890), out of Mowerina, Masetto, out of Lady Al)bes8 
by Cathedral, in Dixiana Stud, Kentucky, and imp. Simon Magus, out of Wheel of 
Fortune by Adventurer, now in the Rancocas Stud, New Jersey. 

Voltigeur got imp. Hartington (winner of the Cesarewitch), out of Countess of 
Burlington by Touchstone, and imp. Billet, dam Calcutta by Flatcatcher, sou of 
Touchstone, out of Miss Martin by St. Martin, sou of Actseon. Billet was the sire of 
Volturno, Elias Lawrence, Miss Woodford, Barnes, Eunnymede, Belvidere and other 
good ones. 

Beningbrough by King Fergus, dam by King Herod, was the sire of Orville, out 
of Evelina by Highflyer by Herod. Orville was the sire of Emilius, out of Emily by 
Stamford, son of Sir Peter. Emilius was sire of Plenipotentiary, sire of imp. Herald, 
imp. Priam, out of C'ressida by Whiskey, son of imp. Saltram, imp. Sovereign, out of 
Flciir de Lis by Bourbon ( Matchem line ), sire of Ruric, etc. Imp. Sarpedon, out of 
Icaria by The Flyer, Herod line. Sarpedou was sire of Alice Carneal, dam of Lexing- 
ton. St. Nicholas, out of Seamew by Scud, son of Beuinbrough. St. Nicholas was 
sire of imp. Yorkshire, out of imp. Miss Rose by Tramp, a valuable stallion. Scud 
by Beningbrough was the sire of Act;eon, that got imp. Albion, out of a daughter of 
Coiuus or Blacklock. Orville got Muley, out of a daughter of Whiskey. Muley sired 
imp. Margrave and Leviathan, but there are no stallions in the male line from either 
of these, though the blood is found in many good and successful brood-mares. 
Muley also got Muley Moloch, the sire of the grand brood-mare imp. Britannia. 

Joe Andrews by Eclipse, dam by Omnium, son of Snap by Snip, got Dick Andrews, 
out of Highflyer mare, who got Tramp, out of a mare by Gohanua, sou of Mercury. 
Tramp got imp. Ziuganee, Lauercost, out of Otis by Bustard, son of iiui). Buzzard, 
Lottery, out of Mandane by Pot-8o-'s. Tramp got Sheet Anchor, out of a Muley mare. 

Weatherbit by Sheet Anchor, son of Lottery by Tramp by Dick Andrews bj' Joe 
Andrews by Eclijise, dam Miss Letty by imp. Priam, sou of Emilius by Orville by 
Beningbrough by King Fergus by Eclipse, grandam by Orville, out of daughter of 
imp. Buzzard, son of Woodpecker by Herod. 

Weatherbit got Brown Bread, out of Browu Agnes by West Australian. Brown 
Bread got Toastmaster, out of Mayoress by The Marijuis, Hilaiious, out of Hygeia 
by Knight of Kars, and Sweetbread, out of Peffar by Adventurer, also the imp. mares 
Bordelaise, Bread and Honey, Dry Toast, Miss Gwilt and Undercrust. 

Weatherbit got Mandrake, out of Mandragora by Rataplan, and Beadsman (Derby 
winner, 1858), dam Mendicant by Touchstone, out of Lady Moore Carew by Tramp. 

Beadsman got Blue Gown (Derby winner, 1868), and Cieruleus, out of Bas Bleu by 
Stockwell. Beadsman also got imp. Saxon, out of Girasol by Asteroid, a good sire 
and winner of the fastest Belmont Stake ever run. The Palmer and Kosirnician, 
out of Madame Eglantine by Cowl. The Palmer got Grey Palmer, out of Eller by 
Chanticleer, and Pellegriuo, out of La<ly Audley by Macaroni. Rosicrucian got 
Geheiinniss (winner of the Oaks, 1882), Hauteur, (wiuuer of the 1,000 Guineas, 1383). 

Mercury liy Eclipse, dam l>y Tartar, sire of King Herod. Mercury got Gohaiina, 
dam by Herod, giandam Maiden by Matchem. Gohanua got Election, out of Chestnut 
Skim by \Voo(li)eck(!r, sou of Herod and Golumpus, out of Catherine by Woodiiccker. 
Golumpus got Catton, out of Lucy Gray by Timothy, son of Delpiiu by Highflyer. 
Catton got Royal Oak, sire of Slane, out of Orville mare, imp. N(iii]dus. out of a 
Walton mare, iiiiii. Trustee, out of Emma by Whicker. Trustee sired Kcviiiue, out 
of Rosalie Soiners by Sir Charlies. Revenue got Planet and Exchocquer, out of Xiua 
by Boston and Rivoli, out of Topaz by Gleucoe. Planet got Hubbard, out of Minnie 
Mansfield by Glencoo, Dudley, out of Regan by I.,exingtou, and Whisper, out of 
Mattie Gross by Lexington. Catton also got Mulatto, out of Desdemona by Orville. 
He was the sire of Blooinsbury and Martha Lynn, the dam of Voltigeur. Catton 
g.>t (Jallopade, dam of Reel. .Saltram by Eclipse, diim by Snap, son of Snip by 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 95 

Flying Chiklers, got Whiskey out of Calasli by Herod. Whiskey was the siro of 
dauis of imp. Priam, Phantom ami Muley, all good horses. Saltram also got the 
dams of Timoleou, the sire of Boston, Sir Hal and imp. Whip. The descendants of 
the Darley Arabian or Eclipse line in America are as good as any to be found in the 
world, as we have two sons of King Tom now alive, King Ernest and Great Tom, 
and in the male line Lisbon, King Alfonso, St. Martin, Aramis, Fonso, Grenada and 
Foxhall. Ill Used and his sous Forester, Badge an<l the grand race-horse His High- 
ness, as good as any in the world. Leamington and his sons. Sensation, Onondaga, 
Stratford, Emiuircr, and his sons Falsetto, Faustus, Blue Eyes, Inspector B., etc. 
Longfellow and his sons. The Bard, Jils Johnson, Long Taw, Leonatus, L ong- 
street and Linden. Eoliis and his sons, St. Saviour, Eon, Russell. Aristides, Bob Wool- 
ley, Hyder All, Pantaloon, Lelajjs, Outcast, Powhattan, Blazes, Reform, Warwick, 
«tc. There is not any descendant from Sir Hercules through Faugh-a-Ballagh equal 
to them. Billet's sons, from the Blacklock line, Barnes, Runnymede, Belvidere, Elias 
Lawrence, King Galop, Galore, imp. Simon Magus, Masetto. Touchstone line, imp. St. 
Blaise, iniii. Uhlan, Plevna, Beiid'or, Buchanan, imp. Deceiver, imp. Kingston, Rayon 
d'Or, 31ythewood, Alarm, Hiniyar, Pauique, Wawekus, Gabriel, imp. Charaxus, etc. 
In the Whalebone line through Waverley and Bonnie Scotland's sons, Luke Blackburn, 
Bramble, Plenipo, Barnton, Lochiel, Spindrift, etc. Birdcatcher line, Glenelg, 111- 
Used, Daluacardocli, Glen Athol, imp. Wagner, The Jacobite, and the great 
Salvator. In the Tramp line, imp. Saxon and imp. Siddartha, so that the Eclipse line 
is Tery strongly represented by a number of first-class horses descended from racing 
and producing families. 

The Byerly Turk line. The Byorly Turk was brought into England in the 
reign of William and Mary by Captain Byerly, whose charger he was during the 
whole of King William's wars in 1689 in Irelau<l. This noted horse and his owner. 
Captain Byerly, narrowly escaped capture on the banks of the Boyne in the last bril- 
liant charge made by the Irish Dragoons, which broke the English lines and retrieved 
the fortunes of the day for the unfortunate .James. The Byerly Turk escaped un- 
scathed, and- became one of the most noted of the founders of the English race-horse. 
The Byerly Turk got Basto, 1702, dam Bay Peg by Leedes Arabian, grandam Young 
Bald Peg, also by Leedes Arabian, great grandam old Morocco mare (Old Peg), 
Spanker's dam by Lord Fairfax's Morocco Barb, out of Old Bald Peg by an Arabian, 
out of a Barb mare. Byerly Turk got Jigg, out of a daughter of Spanker by the D'Arey 
Yellow Turk. It will be seen that there was good blood to found the female line in 
this class, as well as in the first class, to the Darley Arabian. Basto got Soreheels 
and his sister, oat of sister to Mixbury by Cnrwen's Bay Barb, grandam by Curwen's 
Old Spot, son of the Selaby Tnrk, great grandam by the White-legged Lowther Barb, 
out of the old Vintner mare. This sister to Soreheels was the dam of Crah by the 
Alcock Arabian, Blacklegs, Second, Hip, Snip, Bay Basto and Brown Basto, all by 
Flying Childers. Jigg got Partner, 1718, out of the dam of Soreheels by Basto as 
above, and with Partner the cross becomes famous in tnrf history. Partner got Tartar, 
dam Meliora by Fox, son of Clumsy by Old Hautboy, grandam Milkm.aid by Blackett's 
Snail, son of Whynot by the Fenwick Barb, out of a mare by Shields Galloway, the 
most famous Galloway of his day. Partner also got Sedbury, out of Old Montague by 
D'Arcy's Woodcock and Old Traveller, out of sister to Spinner by Almanzor, son of 
the Darley Arabian. Partner got imp. Traveler, out of Bay Bloody Buttocks. The 
great excellence of this blood comes down to us through Tartar's son King Herod, 
commonly called Herod, dam Cyjiron by Blaze, son of Flying Childers, grandam 
Selinia by Bethell's Arabian, great grandam by Graham's Champion, son of Harpur's 
Arabian, fourth dam by Darley Arabian, out of a daughter of Old Merlin, son of Bust- 
ler. Herod got Florizcl, dam by Cygnet, son of the Godol]>hin Arabian, grandam by 
Young Cartoiuh, son of C'urtouch, son of the Bald Galloway, tracing through Ebony 
by Flying Childers to the Massey mare by Mr. Massey's black Barb. Florizel got 
imp. Diomed, dam sister to Juno by Spectator, son of Crab, grandam Horatia by 
Blank, great grandam by Flying Childers, tracing through Miss Belvoir by Grey 
Grantham and Bitty I'ercival to nn imported B:irb mare. 



00 THE TUOKOrGUBKED HORSE. 

Diomed (winner of the Derby, 1780) by Florizel by Herod by Tartar by Partner 
by Jigg by Byerly Turk, dam sister to Juno by Spectator by Crab by Alcock Arabian, 
out of Horatia by Blank, sou of the Godoli)liin Arabian. 

His sous. Sir Archy, dam imji. Castianira by Kockiugbam by Highliycr by Herod, 
out of Tabitha by Treutham. 

Ball's Florizel, dam by imp. Shark by Marske, sire of O'Kelly's Ecli|isf, out of 
daughter of Harris' imp. Eclipse by Partner. 

Duroc, dam Amanda by Grey Diomed by imp. Medley by Gimcrack, out of a 
daughter of Virgiuia Cade. Potomac, Hamiltonian, Virgiuiiis, Vingt'un, etc. 

His daughters in England, Young Giantess, dam Giantess by Matcheni, the dam 
of .Sorcerer by Trumpator, Eleanor by Whiskey, the first mare that ever -non the Oaks 
and Derby and the dam of Muley by Orville, Julia by Whiskey, dam of Phantom 
(winner of the Derby, 1811) by Walton, Cressida by Whiskey (dam of Antar by Hap- 
hazard, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1819), aud inq). Priam (winner of the Derby, 
1830, and two Goodwood Cups) by Emilius, and a Walton mare, dam of Langar and 
his brother Nicolo (winner of the 2.000 Guineas, 1823) by Selim. 

In America the diims of Henry, Cicero, Shylock, Duchess of Marlborough, Lady 
Chesterfield. Haiue's Maria, etc. 

Sir Archy got Kattler, Sumpter, Childers aud Flirtilla, dam by imp. Roliin Red- 
breast, son of Sir Peter by Highflyer by Herod, out of daughter of imjj. Obscurity, 
sou of Eclipse. 

Sir Archy Montorio and Sir Archy of Triinsport, out of Transport by Virginius, 
eon of imp. Diomed. 

Marion, Stockholder and Sir Charles, out of daughters of imp. Citizen, son of 
Pacolet by Blank by Godolphin Arabian. 

The brothers Pacific and Bertrand, dam Eliza by imp. Bedford, son of Dungannon 
by Eclipse, out. of imp. Mambriua by Mamliriuo. 

Virginian aud Director, dam Merctrix by Magog, sou of Chanticleer by imp. 
Wildair. 

Saxe W^eimar, Kosciusko and Crusader, dam Lottery by imp. Bedford, out of imj). 
Anviliua by Auvil, son of Herod. 

Contention, d.am by imp. Dare Devil, son of Magnet by Herod. 

Zingauee (Garrison's), dam Miss Chance by imp. Chance, son of Lurcher by 
Duugaunou by Eclipse. 

Cicero, dam by imp. Diomed. 

Arab, Brilliant, Tariff, Geu. Brooke, the good mares Coquette and Eliza Riley, 
dam Bet Bounce by imp. Sir Harry, sou of Sir Peter. 

John Richards, dam by Rattle, sou of imp. Shark, Sea Gull, dam Nancy Air by 
imp. Bedford, Industry, dam bj' Ball's Florizel. 

Timoleon, dam by imp. Saltram, son of Eclipse, out of a daughter of Syuimes' 
Wildair, son of imp., Fearnought by Regulns by the Godolphin Arabian. 

Timoleon got Boston (winuer of 34 four-mile heat aud 9 three-mile heat races), 
dam sister to Tuckahoe by Ball's Florizel, sou of l)iouu<l, graudam by imp. Alderman, 
son of Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse, out of daughter of imj). Clockfast. 

Boston got Lexington (4 miles, 7.193 and 7.233), dam Alice Carneal by imp. 
Sarpedon, out of Rowena by Sumpter, Lecompte ^4 miles, 7.26, 7.383), dam Reel by 
imp. (ilencoe, out of imp. Gallopade by Cattou. 

Red Eye, dam Lucy Long by imp. Priam, Commodore, dam Rosalie Somers by Sir 
Charles, Cracker, dam by Lance, sou of American Eclipse, Ringgold, dam Flirtilla, 
Jr., by Sir Archy, Tally Ho, dam Nancy Nornuiu by Tom Tough. The noted mares 
Nina (dam of Planet, Exchecqucr, etc.), dam imp. Frolicksome Fanny by Lottery, 
Madeline, gramlam of Iro(iuois, dam Magnolia by imp. Gleneoo, Bostona, dam Creusa 
by imj). Priam, (iold]>in, dam imp. GoUlwire by Whalebone. 

Lexington got Kentucky (1 miles, 7.3I2), Daniel Boone and Gilroy, dam Mag- 
nolia by imp. (ilencoe. Monarchist' (3 miles, 5.34^ ; four miles, 7.33^, both over 
Jerome Park old track), dam Mildred by imp. Glencoe, Norfolk (3 mile heats in 
Ii.27i, 5.29J), (lam Novice by imp. (ilc^ncoe, Asteroid (never beaten), dam Nc1im1;> by 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 97 

imp. Glencoe, Tom Ochiltree, dam Katona by Voucher, son of Wagiier, Loadstone, 
Lightning, Thunder and Lancaster, dam Blue Bonnet by imp. Hedgeford, Harry 
Bassett and Charley Howard, dam Canary Bird by imp. Albion. 

Eubicon, Beacon, Bayswater, Baywood, Bayonet and Preakuess brothers, dam 
Bay Leaf by imp. Yorkshire, son of St. Nicholas by Emilius. 

Coltou, dam Topaz by imp. Glencoe, Jack Malone and Pat Malloy, danv Gloriana 
by American Eclipse. 

Vaushall and Foster, dam Verona by imp. Yorkshire, out of imp. Britannia by 
Muley. 

Hunter's Lexington, dam Sally Lewis by imp. Glencoe. 

Wanderer and Uncas (IJ miles in 2.21J), dam Coral by Vandal, out of imp. 
Cairngorm by Cotherstone, War Dance, dam Reel by imp. Glencoe, Kingfisher, dum 
imp. Eltham Lass by Kingston. 

Merrill and Marion, dam Miriam by imp. Glencoe. 

Duke of Magenta, dam Magenta by imji. Y'orkshire. 

Lever and Legatee, out of Levity by imp. Trustee by Catton, and the following 
noted mares, Sprightly, dam of Volturno, Susan Beane, dam of Sensation, Onondaga, 
Stratford, Susquehanna (Potomac's dam), Jamaica (dam of Foxhall), Nevada (dam 
of Luke Blackburu), ^Erolite, dam of Spendthrift, Miser, Fellowcraft (4 miles, T.WJ), 
Rutherford, etc., Idlewild (4 miles, 7.26i), dam of Wildidle (4 miles, 7.25i), Maiden, 
dam of Parole, Powhattan, James A., etc., Hester, dam of Springbok (2^ miles, 3.56), 
Florence, dam of Hindoo and graudam of Firenzi. 

Hira, dam of Himyar, Arizona, dam of Aranza, Regan, dam of Vigil, Vera 
Cruz, etc. Salina, dam of Salvator (1 mile, 1.3oi), Minx, dam of Monitor, Waltz, dam 
of Glidelia, La Polka, dam of Post Guard (Gen. Philiiis), Heel and Toe, Strathspey, 
etc. Kathleen, dam of Geo. Kinney, Sarong, dam of Aristides, Crucifix, dam of Fair 
Play, Semper Felix (dam of Leonatus and great graudam of Longstreet), Mattie Gross, 
dam of Grenada, Mate, etc. Nannie Holtou, dam of Ten Broeck, Squeez'em, dam of 
Day Star, Sylph, etc. Stamps, dam of Katie Pearce, Louisette, Preciosa, etc. La 
Henderson, dam of Ferida (4 miles, 7.23^), Aella, Virgilian, Ferona, etc. Susan Ann, 
damofThora. Lute, dam of Virginius and grandam of Troubadour, Minnie Minor, 
dam of Warwick, Wanda, John Ledford, etc. 

Herod got Woodpecker out of Miss Ramsden by Cade, son of Godolphin Arabian. 
Woodpecker got imp. Buzzard, dam Misfortune by Dux, son of Matchem. Buzzard 
got the three brothers Castrel, Selim and Rubens, dam by Alexander, sou of Eclipse, 
grandam by Highflyer, sou of Herod. Castrel got Bustard, sire of Heron, out of Miss 
Haj) by Shuttle, Pantaloon, out of Idalia by Peruvian, son of Sir Peter by Highflyer. 
Pantaloon got The Libel, out of Pas(iuiuade, sister to Touchstone by Camel, Wind- 
hound, Hobble Noble, The Reiver and Elthiron, out of Phryne by Touchstone, 
Sleight of Hand, out of Decoy by Filho-da-Puta, in Herod line. The Libel got 
Traducer out of Arethusa by Elis. Traducer got imp. Sir Modred and Cheviot, out of 
Idalia by Cambuscan, son of Newmiiister. Windhound got Thormanby out of Alice 
Hawthorn by Muley Moloch, Eclipse line. Thormanby got Plaudit out of Plausible by 
Springy Jack, Charibert, out of Gertrude by Saunterer, imp. Glengarry, out of Carbine 
by Rifleman, Rouge Rose, the dam of Benil'or, and Violet, the grandam of Melton. 
Plaudit, his son, got Balfe out of Bohemia by Weatherbit, Eclipse line. Selim was 
the sire of Langar, out of a daughter of Walton, sou of Sir Peter. Laugar got Klis and 
Epirus out of Olympia by .Sir Oliver, the latter the sire of Pyrrhus the First, out of 
Fortress by Defeuce. Langar got A'ulture, the dam of Orlando, out of Kite by 
Bustard, son of Castrel. Selim got .Sultan, out of Bacchante by Williamson's Ditto, 
sou of Sir Peter by Highflyer. 

Glencoe (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, 1834, the Ascot Gold and Goodwood Cups) by 
Sultan, son of Selim by (imp.) Buzzard by Woodpecker by Herod, dam Trampoline by 
Tramp, son of Dick Andrews by Joe Andrews by Eclipse, grandam Web by Waxy, son 
-of Pot-8-o-s by Eclipse, out of PcncloiH' by Trumpator, sou of Conductor by Matchem. 

Glencoe got Panic, dam Sally Morgan by imp. Emancipation, sou of Whisker by 
Waxv. 



98 THE THOROrGHBRED HORSE. 

Star Davis, dam Margaret Wood by imp. Priam. .Star Davis got Day Star, dam 
Squeoz'em iiy Lexington. 

Glencoe also got Vandal, dam by imp. Tranby, sou of Blacklock by Wliitelock 
by Hambletoniau by King Fergus by Eclipse, grandam Lneilla by Trumpator, out of 
Lucy by Orphan, son of Ball's Florizel. 

Wild Irishman aud Frankfort out of Mary Morris by Medoc. Highllyer and 
Basveochi, dam C'astinet by imp. Monarch, son of Priam 

Glencoe got a number of superior brood mai'es, such as Magnolia, dam of Ken- 
tucky, Daniel Boone, Gilroy and Madeline, the grandam of Iroquois. 

Reel, dam of Lecompte, Starke, Prioress, War Dance, Fanny Wells, etc. 

Topa'^, dam of Austerlitz, Wagram, Waterloo, Lodi, Colton, etc. Novice, dam of 
Norfolk. Kitty Clark, dam of Maiden (Parole and Powhattau's dam), and La Hen- 
derson, Ferida's dam. 

Floriue, dam of Idlewild (Wildidle's dam) and .Slrolite, dam of Spendthrift, 
Miser, Fellowcraft, etc. 

Nebula, dam of Asteroid, Asterisk, etc. 

Lightsome, dam of Sprightly, Nevada, Salina and Crucifix. 

Mildred, dam of Monarchist, Minx (Monitor's dam), Stamps, Nora Worth, etc. 

Sally Lewis, dam of John Morgan, Hunter's Lexington, Susan Beane (dam of 
Sensation, Onondaga, Stratford, etc). 

Vandal got Virgil, dam Hymeuia by imp. Yorkshire. Ventilator, dam C'arolin by 
imp. Scythian. Voltigeur, dam Duet by Highlander. Vauderbilt, dam Melrose by 
Childe Harold. Vagabond, dam Gem by Childe Harold, son of imp. Sovereigu. 

Virgil got Hindoo, dam Florence by Lexington, out of imji. Weatherwitch by 
Weatherbit. 

Hindoo got Hanover, dam Bourbon Belle by imp. Bonnie Scotland. 

Virgil got Tremont, dam Ann Fief by Alarm. Vocalic, dam Acoustic by imp. 
Australian. Ben Ali, dam Ulrica by Lexington. Vigil, dam Regan by Lexington. 
A'irgiliau, dam La Henderson by Lexington. Portland, dam Finework by Lexington. 
Isaac Murphey, dam Mary Howard by imp. Hartington. 

Vamlerbilt got Madstone, dam Nina Turner by Hiawatha, son of imp. Albiou. 

Vagabond got Judge Morrow, out of Moonlight by Joe Johnson, son of Huutei''* 
Lexington. 

Rubens was the sire of Bobadil, out of a daughter of Skyscraper ; Peter Lely, out 
of Stella by Sir Oliver ; Teniers, out of Snowdrop by Highland Fling, and Defiance, 
the dam of Defence, out of Little Folly by Highland Fling. 

Woodi)ecker got imp. Dragon, out of Juno by Spectator, and Dragon got imp. 
Speculator, dam by Herod. Woodpec^ker was also the sire of Chanticleer, out of a 
daughter of Eclipse, she out of Rosebud by Snap. Chanticleer got Bob Booty, out of 
lerne by Bagot, son of Herod. Bob Booty was the sire of Gniccioli, the tlam of Bii'd- 
catcher and Faugh-a-Ballagh. Woodpecker also got Colibri and Catharine, out of 
Camilla by Trentham. Catharine was the dam of Wanderer aud Golumpns by Go- 
hanna, son of Mercury by Eclipse. Herod got Highflyer, dam Rachel by Blank, sou 
of the Godolphin Arabian, out of a daughter of Regnliis by the Godolphin ^Vrabiau, 
tracing to a Royal mare. Highflyer never paid a forfeit or was beaten. He was the 
sire of Delpini, out of Countess by Blank. Delpini was the sire of Timothy, out of 
Cora by Matchem. Delpiui was also the sire of Goldcnlocks, the dam of Soothsayer, 
out of Violet by Shark, aud of Seymour, out of Bay Javelin by Javelin, son of Eclipse. 
Highflyer's most celebrated sou was Sir Peter, foaled 1784, dam Papillon by Snaj), son 
of Snip liy Flying Childers, grandam Miss Cleveland by Rcgulus, son of tiodolphin 
Arabian, tracing through the liyerly Turk mare, dam of the two True Blues to the 
Burtmi Barb mare, as conjecture<l. Sir Petc'r got Walton and Williamson's Ditto, 
winner of the Derby in 180.S, out of Arethusa by Dungannou, son of Eclipse. Sir 
Harry (imported), wiinicr of the Derby in 1798, out of Matron by Alfred, son of Mat- 
ihem. Stamford, imp. Ar<-hdnke, winner of the Derby in 17;ti(, and Paris, winner of 
th(^ Derby in 18()(i, out of Horatia, sister to Ac-hilles by K<'li|)ae. Imp. Kobiu Ued- 
))reast, out of \Vr(^n by Woodpecker. Walton got I'liautom, winner of flic Derby in 



THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE. 93 

1811, imt of Julia by Whiskey, and Partisan, out of Parasol by Pot-8-o-"s. Phautom 
was the sire of Cobweb, dam of Bay Middleton, and also of the dam of Voltaire, sire 
of Voltigeiir, and his blood is found iu many of our best pedigrees. 

Hay Middleton by Sultau, son of Selim by imp. Buzzard, dam Cobweb by 
Phantom, son of Walton by Sir Peter, grandam Filagree by Soothsayer, son of 
Sorcerer by Trumpator by Conductor by Matchem, out of Web by Waxy, son of Pot- 
8-o-'s by Eclijise. 

His sous : 

Autocrat, dam Empress by Emilius, son of Orville by Beningbrough bj- King 
Fergus, out of Maugehvurzel by Merlin, son of Castrel by imp. Buzzard. 

Cowl, dam Crucitis by Priam (imported), son of Emilius, grandam Octaviaua by 
Octaviau, son of Stripling by Phoeuomeuou by Herod. 

Cowl is sire of The Confessor, dam Forest Fly by Mosquito, son of Emiliu.s, out of 
Walfruna by Velocipede, son of Blacklock. Sire also of Miss Sellon, grandam of Her- 
mit by Newmiuster, and Kantaka by Scottish Chief (in Algeria Stud), out of Belle 
Dame by Bel.shazzar, sou of Blacklock. 

Cowl is also sire of Madame Eglantine (dam of Rosicrucian and The Palmer by 
Beadsman), out of Diversion by Defence, son of Whalebone. 

The Flying Dutchnuin (dam Barbelle by Sandbeck, son of Catton by Golumpus, 
grandam Darioletta by Amadis, sou of Don Quixote by Eclipse), was the sire of Am- 
sterdam, dam Urania by Idle Boy, son of Satan by Lottery by Tramp, grandam Venus 
by Laugar, out of Vesta by Governor, sou of Trumjiator. He was also sire of Dollar, 
dam Payment by Slaue, son of Royal Oak by Catton by Golumpus, grandam Receipt 
by imp. Rowton, son of Oiseau by Camillus by Hambletouiau. 

Dollar is sire of the French horse Salvator, dam Sauvagine by Ion, sou of Cain by 
Paulowitz, out of Cuckoo by Ells, son of Langar, and Fontainebleau, dam Fiulande 
by Ion, out of Fraudulent by Venison, son of Partisan by Walton. 

The Flying Dutchman got also Dutch Skater, dam Fulvie by Gladiator, sou of 
Partisan, out of Boutique by Giges, sou of imp. Priam; Ellington (winner of the 
Derby in ISjo). dam Ellerdale by Lanercost, son of Liverpool by Tramp, out of a mare 
by Tom Boy, son of Jerry by Smoleusko ; Jarnac, dam Joliette by Surplice, son of 
Touchstone by Camel, out of Jessamine by Paragone by Touchstone ; Ignoramus, 
18.">4, dam Ignorance by The Little Known, son of Muley by Orville, out of Bohemienne 
by Confederate, son of C'omus by Sorcerer ; Tom Bowline, 1857, dam Miss Bowe by 
Catton, son of Golumpus by Gohanna, out of Tranby's dam by Orville. 

Dutch Skater got Insulaire, dam Green Sleeves by Beadsman, son of Weatherbit 
by Sheet Anchor, out of Mrs. Quickley by Longbow. 

Gladiator by Partisan, son of Walton, dam Pauline by Moses, son of Whalebone 
or Seymour by Delpini, out of Quadrille by Selim, son of imij. Buzzard. Gladiator 
got Fitz Gladiator, dam Zarah by Reveller, son of Comus by Sorcerer, out of sister to 
Wouvermaus by Rubens, sou of imp. Buzzard. 

Fitz Gladiator got C'ompiegne, out of Maid of Hart by The Provost, son of The 
Saddler by Waverley, out of Martha Lynn (Voltigeur".s dam) by JIulatto. Compiigue 
was sire of imp. Mortemer, dam C'omtesse Ijy The Baron or Xuucio, the latter son of 
I'lenipotentiary by Emilius, out of Eusebia by Emilius. 

Jlortemer was sire of St. Christophe (winner of the Grand Prize of Paris), out 
of Isoliiie by Ethelbort ; Verneuil (winner of the Gold Vase, Gold Cup and Alexandra 
I'late at Ascot), out of Regalia by Stockwell ; Chamant (winner of 2,000 Guineas), 
out of Araucaria by Ambrose, in France ; Exile (a grand r.ace-horse in America), out 
of imp. Second Hand by Stockwell; Pontico, out of imp. Agenoria by Adventurer; 
Winfred, out of Minnie Minor by Lexington ; Cyclops, Cambyses and Cleofas, out of 
Lizzie Lucas by imp. Australian; Cholula (Stiegen) and Cataline, out of Fanny Lud- 
low by imp. Eclipse ; Heimdal, Housatonic and Iconoclast, out of Vandalite by Van- 
dal; Savanac, out of Sly Boots by Rivoli, son of Revenue, with Wanda, Chimera, 
Restless, Heva, Saluda and Unrest. Fitz Gladiator was also sire of Orphelin, out of 
Echelle by Sting. Gladiator sired Ventre-St.-Gris, out of Belle de Nuit by Young 
Emilius. 



UN.'VERSITY ] 

PENNSYLVANIA 
LIBRARIES 



100 THE THOROrOHBREI) HORSE. 

Gladiator also got Sweetmeat, ilam Lollypop liy Starch or Voltaire, the latter sou 
of Blacklock, out Belinda by Blackloek. 

Sweetmeat got Macaroni, dam Jocose by Pantaloon, son of Castrel by imp. Buz- 
zard, out of Banter (Touchstone's dam) by Master Henry, son of Orville. 

Macaroni got C'ouroune de Fer, out of Miss Agnes by Birdcatcher ; Maximilian, 
dam Duchess by St. Alb.ans ; Macgregor, out of Necklace by The Fallow Buck ; imp. 
Maccaroon, dam .Sougstress by Chanticleer, son of Birdcatcher, out of Mrs. Carter by 
Humphrey, son of Sandbeck; imp. Moccasin, dam Madame Strauss by King Tom, he 
the sire of Vampire, Amazon, Disdain, etc. Maccaroon is the sire of Macduff, out of 
Jersey Lass by imp. King Ernest, son of Kiug Tom ; Macbeth, out of Jersey Belle 
(sister to Spendthrift and Fellowcraft) by imp. Australian ; Gregory, dam imp. 
Abundance by Kaiser, son of Skirmisher by ^'oltigeur ; Masher, dam Miss Bassett 
(sister to Harry Bassett) by Lexington. 

Sweetmeat got Parmesan, dam Gruyere by Verulam, son of Lottery by Tramp, 
out of Jeunala by Touchstone. 

Parmesan got Favonius (winner of the Derby, 1871), out of Zephyr by King 
Tom ; Cremorne (winner of the Derby, 1872), out of Rigolboche by Rataplan ; Hop- 
bloom, out of Cognisaunce by Stockwell ; D'Estouruel, out of a daughter of Chanti- 
cleer, sou of Birdcatcher; Strachino, out of Lady Blanche by Voltigeur ; imp. 
Strachino, out of May Belle by Hetman Platoff. 

Favonius got Sir Bevys (Derby winner, 1879), dam Lady Laugdeu by Kettle- 
drum, son of Rataplan, out of Haricot by Mango or Lanercost. 

Sweetmeat got Carnival, dam Volatile by Buckthorn, son of Veuison. Carnival 
got Mask, out of Meteor by Thunderbolt, son of Stockwell, and Scobell, out of Lady 
Sophie by King Tom. 

Sweetmeat got Saccharometer, out of Defamation by lago, he the sire of Cucum- 
ber, out of Aminette by Birdcatcher, and Vanderdeckeu, out of Stolen Momeuts by 
Melbourne, Lozenge, out of Down-with-the-Dust by Star of Erin, son of Ishmael by 
Sultan. 

Partisan -was also the sire of Glaucus, out of Naiiine by Selim. Glaucus got The 
Nob and he got The Nabob, and The Nab"b got Vermouth and Bois Roussel. Vermouth 
got Boiard. The Nabob also got Nutbou.ne and Nutbourue got imp. Woodlands, out 
of Whiteface by Turnus. Glaucus was also sire of Milkmaid, the grandam of Ber- 
tram, sire of Robert the Devil. 

Sir Peter was sire of Sir Paul and Paulina, out of PeSvet by Tandem, son of Syphon. 
Sir Paul -was the sire of Paulowitz, out of Evelina by Highflyer. Paulina won the 
St. Leger in 1607 and was the dam of Galatea l>y Amadis, the dam of Soldier's Joy, 
both distinguished brood mares. Paulowitz gut Cain, out of a daughter of Paynator 
by Tnimpator. Cain got Ion, out of Margaret by Edmund, and Ion got Wild Dayrell, 
out of Ellen Middleton by Bay Middleton. 

Wild Dayrell by Ion, sou of Cain by Paulowitz by Sir Paul by Sir Peter by 
llighllyt'r by Herod, dam Ellen Middleton by Bay Middleton by Sultan by Selim by 
ISu/zard by Woodpecker by Herod, graudam Alyrrha l)y Malek, son of Blacklock by 
Wliilelock by liambletouian by King Fergus by Eclipse, out of Bessy by Young 
Gouty, son of Gouty by Sir Peter. 

Wild Dayrell got Buccaneer, out of daughter of Little Red Rover, sou of Tiauip. 
Buccaneer got Kisl)er (winner of the Derliy in 187G), out of Mineral by Rataplan. 
Kisber is the sire of imp. Viola (Victory's dam), out of Parma by Parmesan. Buc- 
caneer got See Saw, out of Margery Daw by Brocket, son of Melbourne. See Saw got 
Bruce (winner of the Grand Prize of Paris), out of Carine by Stockwell. Buccaneer also 
got imp. Felucca, out of Revival by Newminster. Felucca is the dam of Felicia, Feu 
Follet (dam of St. l'lorian),.etc. 

Wild Dayrell got Bold Dayrell, out of Rosina by The Emperor, son of Defence. 
Bold Dayrell is sire of imp. Lady Darrell and imp. L'ichmouil, out of Miss Harriot by 
Kettledrum. 

Wild Dayrell also got Wild .Mdoi- au.l Wild Oats, out of The Golden Horn by 
llarkawav, (inv Darrdl, out of Rcgiuella by Kiug Tom, and iuip. Tlic Rake, out of 



THE THOKOrGHBRED HORSE. 101 

England's Beauty by BirJcatchei', sire of Diinilee. Wild Moor is sire of iiup. Wild 
Blossom, a good brood mare. 

lou. was also the sire of Tadiuor, out of Palmyra by Sultan, sou of Seliiu. Tadmor 
was the sire of Seclusion, the daiu of the great Hermit by Newminster. Tadmor also 
sired Palm, the grandani of Petronel by Musket. Sir Peter got Sir Oliver, out of 
Fanny by Diomed, and Hiiphazard, out of Miss Hervey hy Etliiise, and he got Filho- 
da-Puta, out of Mrs. Barnet by Waxy. Filho-da-Puta got C'ohvick, out of Stella by 
Sir Oliver, imp. Maria Black, the dam of Bay Leaf, one of the grandest brood mares 
ever in America, and Leda, the graudam of Voltigenr, and imp. Hedgford, out of Miss 
Craigie by Orville. Hedgford was a success in this country, sire of Rutiin. Duane, 
Blue Bonnet, dam of Loadstone, Lightuing, Thunder, Lancaster, eti'., and Fiatt (the 
Blue filly), the dam of Hunter's Glencoe, Kate Hunter, Liz Morgan and Blue Bells, to 
which Tenny traces. Herod also got Phcenomenon, out of Frenzy by Eclipse, who got 
Anvil, that sired the graudam of Economist and Stripling, the sire of Octavian. 

Phcenomeuou was also sire of Rosaliud, dam of Whitelock. Herod got Drone, 
out of Lily by Blank, Bagot, ovit of Marotte by Matchem, aud Maria, th3 dam of the 
noted Waxy by Pot-8-o-'s, out of Lisette by Snap. The Byerly Turk class is becom- 
ing extinct in England ; the best representatives are found in America. There is 
nothing in the male line from Glencoe in Europe, while we have Hindoo, Hanover, 
Tremout, Vocalic, Ventilator, Vanderbilt, and his son Madstone, Day Star, Vagabond. 
From Diomed, through Boston and his son Lexington, Vauxhall, Uncas, Wanderer, 
Duke of Magenta, Monday, Joe Hooker, Grinstead and a few others. It is the inter- 
est of America to preserve this blood. The representatives of it now alive were the 
equals oil the turf of any ever bred in Europe. 

The Godolphiu Arabian. The Godolphin Arabian was said to have drawn 
a cart in the streets of Paris, France. He was purchased and brought to Eng- 
land by Mr. Coke in 1730, who gave him to Mr. Williams, keeper of the St. .lames' 
Cottee House, who presented him to Lord Godolphiu. Whether he was an Arabian or 
a Barb is,a disputed point. He was a brown bay, about fifteen hands high, with some 
white on the oti' hind heel. It is generally admitted that he contributed more to 
improve the thoroughbred horse than any stallion either before or since his time. 
He accidentally became famous. He was teaser to Hobgoblin iu 1730 and 1731, aud 
upon the latter refusing to cover Roxana, she was bred to the Godolphiu Arabian ; 
from that cover Roxana produced in 1732 Lath, the first horse the Arabian ever got. 
Roxana was by the Bald Galloway, son of St. Victor Barb, dam Grey Whynot by old 
Whynot, son of Feuwick Barb, out of a Royal mare, Roxaua's dam, sister to C'hauuter 
by Akaster Turk, graudam by the Leedes Arabian, great grandam by Spanker, out of 
the old Morocco mare. Spanker's own dam by Lord Fairfax's Morocco Barb, she out of 
Old Bald Peg by an Arabian, out of a Barb mare. It will thus be seen that Lath was 
not a chance horse, his dam being as well bred as any mare of her day, and a race- 
mare of-merit, and Lath was a superior race-horse himself, regarded as second only 
to Flying Childers. In 1734 Roxana produceil Cade, the own brother to Lath, and, 
although he was not celebrated on the turf, it is to him that we are indebted for the 
Matchem hue of blood. Cade lost liis dam at foaling, and was brought up by hand. 
He was a horse of high conformation, aud proved one of the best of stallions. Cade 
got Matchem, 1748, and Changeling out of an own sister to Miss Partner by Croft's 
Partner, son of Jigg by Byerly Turk, graudam Brown Farewell by Makeless (sou of 
theOglethorpe.\rabiau), tracingtothe Layton Barb mare. Matchem was distinguished 
on the turf and became famous in the stud. He sired in the twenty-three years he 
was in the stud 3.">4 winners of §755,48.5, in addition to cups, etc. Matchem got Con- 
ductor, 1767, Alfred. 1770, Georgiana, 1771, Eyebright, 1777, aud Laurestinus, 1778, all 
out of a daughter of Snap by Snip, graudam by Cullen Arabian, out of Grisewood's 
Lady Thigh by Croft's Partner, etc. Conductor got Imperator, 1776, out of the dam 
of imp. Royalist by Herod, grandam Carina by Marske, sire of Eclipse. Imperator got 
Trumpator, 1782, and Pipator, 1786, out of Brunette by Squirrel, son of Traveler by 
Partner, grandam Dove by Matchless, son of the Godolphin Arabian. Alfred got 
imp. Tickle Toliy, out of Cadia by lIei'o<l, who got Sir Solomon, out of \c>ta by 



102 THE TII()i:()L:(iIlI!KEl) IIOKSE. 

Dreadnought, son of Meade's Celcr by imj). Janns, aud Sir Solomon got Trumpator, 
out of a daughter of Hickory, son of inij). Whip hy Saltram." Cade also got imp. 
Wildair, IT.'jS, out of a daughter of Steady by Flying Cliilders. So highly was 
■Wiklair valued in England, that he was repiuehased and sent back to England, but 
he left behind him in America Bashaw, Sim's Wildair and Old Slamerkiu. From the 
latter very many of the best race-horses of our day and many excellent stallions, 
including Tlunnitou's Rattler, Sumpter aud Childers, have descended. 

Trumpator got Sorcerer, out of Young Giantess by Diomed, grandam Giantess by 
Matclieni, and Paynator, dam by Mark Anthony, son of Spectator. Paynator got Dr. 
Syntax, out of a daughter of Beningbrough, son of King Fergus by Eclipse. Dr. 
Syntax was the sire of the noted mare Beeswing, the dam of Newmiuster by Touch- 
stone. Newminster is sire of Herod (sire of St. Blaise), Lord Clifden and Advent- 
urer, the sire of Ishmael aud imp. Pizarro. Paynator was also the sire of the dam of 
Cain, sire of Ion, the sire of Tadmor and Wild Dayrell. Tadmor is sire of Seclusion, 
Hermit's dam. Sorcerer was the sire of Comus, out of Houghton Lass by Sir Peter. 
Comus got Humphrey Clinker, out of Clinkerina by Clinker, sou of Sir Peter. 

Melbourne, 1834, by Humplirey Clinker, sou of Comus by Sorcerer by Trumpator 
by Conductor by Matchcm, dam by Cervantes, son of Don Quixote by Eclipse, 
graiulam by Golumpus, sou of Gohanua by Mercury by Eclipse, out of sister to 
Zodiac by St. George, sou of Highflyer by Herod. 

Melbourne got Young Melbourne, dam Clarissa by Pautaloon, sou of Castrel, out 
of daughter of (imp.) Glencoe. Y'oung Melbourne got Pell Mell (out of Makeshift by 
Voltigeur), he the sire of Carlton, out of Bonny Spec by Speculum ; Stratt'ord and 
Brother to Strafford, out of daughter of Gameboy, Statesman aud Gen. Peel, dam by 
Orlando, Rapid Rhone and Brother, out of mare by Lanercost or Retriever. 

Melbourne got The Prime Minister (out of Pantalouade by Pantaloon), he the 
sire of Knight of the Garter, out of Rosa Bonheur by Touchstone ; Arthur Wellesley, 
out of La<ly Barl>ara by Lanncelot ; West Australian, dam Mowerina by Touchstone, 
out of Emma (dam of imp. Trustee) by Whisker. • 

West Australian won the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger in 1853. He got 
The Wizard, dam by The Cure, Ruy Bias (out of Rosati by Gladiator), he tlie sire of 
Mourle, Reluisantand Financier; Joskin (ont of Peasant Girl by The Major, son of 
Sheet Anchor), he the sire of Plebei.an; dam Queen Elizabeth by Autocrat ; Solon, dam 
by Birdcatclu^r, graudam by Hetman Platoff, out of Whim by Drone. Solon got 
Pliilaunnon, out of S.atanella by Wild Dayrell, and Barcaldine, out of Ballyroo by 
Belladrum. Barcaldine is sire of Morion, out of Chaplet by Beadsman. 

West Australian got imp. Australian, dam imp. Emilia by Y'oung Emilius, out of 
Persian by Whisker. Australian got Spendthrift, Fellowcraft, Miser and Rntlierford, 
out of Aerolite by Lexington, Helmbold, Baden Baden aud Barricade, out of Lavender 
by Wagner, Springbok aud Aspinwall, out of Hester by Lexington, Wildidle, ont of 
Idlewihi by Lexington, Wilful, ont of imp. Pussy by Diophantns, and Harry O'Fallon, 
out of imp. Sunny South by Birdcatcher. 

Melbourne is also the sire of The Slave, dam of Lord (^lifileu, Cauezou, Cymba, 
Marchioness, and of The Peer, out of Cinizclli by Touchstone. The Peer is the sire of 
imp. Darebin, out of Lurline by Tradncer, in the Rancho ilel Paso Sliul of Mr. .T. B. 
Haggin. Humphrey Clinker was the »ivv. (d' imp. Clink, the dam of Ann Watson, she 
the dam of Rhyuodyne and Watson by (Jleiudc. Sorcerer got Smoleusko, out of 
Wowski by Mentor, son of .Justice by 1 linid. Suiolensko got .lerry, out of Louisa by 
Orville, and Jerry got Tomboy, out of li(\eswing's dam by Ardrossan. Tomboy got 
(iameboy, ont of Lady Moore Carew by Tranij), and Nutwith, out of a daughter of 
Comus, and Nutwith got Knight of Kars, (uit of Pocahontas by Glencoe. Sorcerer 
also got Bonrbou, out of a daughter of Precipitate by Mercury, son of Eclipse, and 
Bourbon was the sire of Fleur de Lis, the dam of imp. Sovereign. Smoleusko is the 
sire of the dam of the great mare imp. Maria Black, dam of Baylcaf by imp. York- 
shire, and the grandam of imp. Galli>pade, the dam of the notcil RimI liy (ilencoe. 
Froui these nuires some of our most famous race-horses, stalhous and lirood mares owe 
thiir origin. Sorcerer also got Soothsayer, out of (Joldeu Locks by Dclpiui. Sooth- 



THE THOKOCGHBRED HORSE. 103 

sayer got Tiresias, winner of the Derby, out of Pledge by Waxy, and Filagroc, the 
dam of imp. Riddlesworth, and Cobweb, the dam of Bay Middleton. 

The Godolpbin Arabian also got the Gower Stallion, out of sister to Tortoise by 
AVhitefoot, 131ank, Old England and Janus, out of the Little Hartley mare, by 
Bartlett's Childers. Babraham, Mogul, Marlborough and imp. Selinia, out of the 
Large Hartley mare by Hartley's Blind Horse, son of the Holderness Turk. Imp. 
Selima was the dam of Ariel, Partner and their sister, by Moreton's imp. Traveler, 
son of Croft's Partner; Stella aud Ebony by imp. Othello; Bhick Selima by imp. 
Fearnought, sou of Eegulus. It is from one of the above fillies, sister to Ariel and 
Partner, that we are indebted for the famous race-mare Mollie Jackson, whose three- 
uiile heat race in .i.S.'ii, 5.34|, 5.28| is the best in the world, and she is the dam of 
Mouday by Colton, and he the sire of Joe Hooker. Her daughter, Fanny Ludlow by 
imp. Eclipse, is the <laui of Jamaica by Lexington, and she the dam of the superior 
race-horse Foxhall, that won the Grand Prize of Paris, the Cesarewitch and Cam- 
bridgeshire Handicaps. Blank got Rachel, the dam of the noted Highflyer by Herod, 
and iuip. Centinel, out of Naylor by Cade, son of the Godolphin Arabian. Blank got 
Pacolet, out of Whiteneck by Crab. Pacolet got imp. Citizen, out of Princess by Turk, 
son of Kegulus, he the sire of the dam of Marion. Imp. Citizen got Pacolet, out of Mary 
Grey by Tippoo Saib. Pacolet was sire of Monsieur Tonson, Sir Henry Tonson and Sir 
Richard Tonson, out of Madame Tonson by Top Gallant. Janus got imp. Janus out 
of a daughter of Fox, and Janus got Meade's Celer, out of Brandon by imp. Aristotle, 
sou of the Culleu Arabian. The name of Celer figures in many of our best racing 
pedigrees. The Godolphin Arabian got Cripple out of Blossom l>y Crab, who got Gim- 
crack, out of Miss Elliot by Grisewood's Partner, son of Croft's Partner by Jigg. 
Gimcrack got imp. Medley, out of Arminda by Snap, son of Snip, and imp. Clockfast, 
out of Miss Ingram by Regulus. Clockfast was the sire of the great grandam of 
Boston, while Medley was the sire of Gray Diomeu, who got Amanda, the dam of 
Duroc, sire of Ameri<'an Eclipse, and Melzar, out of Kitty Fisher by Symmes' Wildair. 
Melzar got Maria, out of a daughter of imp. Highflyer, sou of Highflyer by Herod, and 
Maria was the dam of Lady Grey by Robin Grey, son of imp. Royalist by imp. 
Saltram by Eclipse. It is to Lady Gray that Lexington, Vandal, aud all the Levity 
family, iucUiding Luke Blackburn, Salvator, Leonatus, Longstreet and other noted 
horses, trace their origin. The Godolphin Arabian got Regulus, out of Grey Robinson 
by tho Bald Galloway. Regulus w.as famous on the turf, and was never beaten. 
Regulus got Careless and imi). Fearnought, out of Silvertail by Heneage's Whitenose, 
ison of the Hall Arabian, and South, out .of a daughter of Soreheels, son of Jigg. 
South got imp. Flimnap, out of a daughter of Cygnet, son of the Godolphin Arabian. 
Regulus got Dragon, out of Whimsey by Cullen Arabiau, and Dragon got imp. St. 
George, out of Sally by Blank. His name appears in many of our best pedigrees. 
Regulus got Spiletta, the dam of Eclipse, out of Mother Western by Smith's son of 
Snake, and the mare grandam of Herod's great son Highflyer. Imp. Fearnought got 
Symmes' Wildair, out of a daughter of imp. Jolly Roger. Wildair was the sire of the 
grandam of Timoleon, Fitzhugh's Regulus, Godolphin and Specimen, out of imj). 
Jenny Dismal by Dismal, also sou of the Godolphin Arabian, Apollo, Harris' Eclipse, 
Dandridge's Fearnought, etc. The Godolphin line is only represented on the other 
side of the Atlantic by the male descendants of Melbourne, of which the best 
representative is Barcaldiue, and his son Morion, out of Chaplet by Beadsman. 

In America we have a number of very highly bred race-horses and successful 
stallions in the male line to the Godolphin Arabian, through the same Melbourne 
line. Wilful, a good race-horse and sire of winners, out of imp. Pussy by Diojihautus, 
sou of Orlando. The brothers .Spendthrift (sire of Kingston, Lamplighter, etc.), 
Fellowcraft, Rutherford and Miser, the latter sire of Vorkville Belle, Harry O'Fallon, 
sire of Terra Cotta, and other good ones, out of imp. Sunny South by Binlcatcher; 
Duke of Montrose, out of Kelpie by Bonnie Scotland ; Strathmore, out of Breuua by 
Knight of St. George ; Leinster, out of Luileme by Lexington ; Wildidle (4 miles, 
7.2.5i), out of Idlewild (4 miles, 7.26^) by Lexington; Algerine, out of Nina by Bos- 
ton ; ."Springbok, out of Hester by Lexington; imp. Darebin, out of Lurline by 



104 THE THOROUGHBRED HOKSE. 

TraduotT. There is then no necessity to send abroad for trash to improve this line 
of blood. In fact, any student of tlio stud booli, or others who have read and 
digested the l)ook on the thoroughbred liorse, must be convinced that, whether we 
go to the Eclipse, Herod or Matcheni lines of blood, we have as good in each and 
every class as can be found in the world. 



THE 



BREEDERS' HAND BOOK AND GUIDE. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



Am American. 

Anc Ancusier, that means Duke of Ancaster's. 

Ar Arabian. 

JBabr Babraliam. 

BM Bolton. 

Br. ar Broth Brotlier. 

Dan Daughter. 

Fl. Childere Flying ChUders. 

God Godolphin. 

h.. Hor^e. 

B. C. Hampton Conrr. 

Ir Irish. 

m Mare. 

Sir Peter T Sir Peter Teazle. 

T Turk. 

T. Siceep$tak€s Turner's Sweepstakes. 

W'8 Ditto WiJliamson's Ditto. 

T. Young. 

* bay. 

bl. orblk black. 

br brown. 

ch chestnut. 

ro roan. 

X Means double parentage, which is given on foot line of page. 

§ See for foot line of page. 

by [Selini 07] Soothsayer means has double parentage, and Soothsayer 

is accepted as sire. 

*Dwmed by imported Diomed 

Diomfd* got by Diomed in England before his ex- 
portation. 

t Fisherman means imponed from England to Australia. 

* [The names in the last four instances are only given as example, and the marks hold good for every 
other animal.] 

The top line on the pages of pedigrees extends the tail male line, which ceases on the 7th cross, to the 
Byerly Turk. Darley Ar. or God. Ar. 

The tables give the pedigree full in h crosses : after the 5th cross is given the pedigree of the respective 
animal in the female line to the 9th cross. 



108 The Breeders' Hand Book and Guide. 



IMPORTED ABINGDON. 

The property of J. T). Lucas, Goodwood Siud, St. Louis, Mo. 

Abingdon by Wenlock (winner of the St. Leger in 1872), best sou of Lord ClifJeu, 
Tvas foaled in 1H87, bred by Lord Norreys, dam Lady Laugdeu (dam of Hampton, 
winner of the Doucaster Cup, Goodwood Cup and Epsom Gold Cups, and Sir 
Bevys, winner of the Derby) by Kettledrum, 2d dam Haricot (dam of Caller On, 
winner of the St. Leger, York and Brightou Cups and 34 Queen's Plates) by JIango 
or Lanercost, she out of the famous Queen Mary by Gladiator, the dam of Bonnie 
Scotland, Blink Bonny, that won the Derby and Oaks and was the dam of Borealis, 
Blair Athol, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, and Breadalbane, winner of the 
Prince of Wales and Gratwicke Stakes and sire of imp. Ill Used. Other famous 
winners in the family are Sir Bevys, winner of the Derby ; Hampton, Epsom Gold 
Cup, Doncaster and Goodwood Cups and Goodwood Stakes ; Broomielaw, Dee Stakes 
and Chesterfield Stakes; Blinkhoolie, Ascot Gold Vase and Alexandra Plate; Free- 
man, Great Northern Handicap twice, Goodwood Stakes, Chesterfield Cup and Alex- 
andra Plato; Good Hope, Vienna Derby; Beauclerc, Middle Park Plate. Thrift, the 
dam of Tristan, winner of the Ascot Gold Cup and Hardwicke Stakes three times, 
for which |40,000 was refused, is from the same family. The family is potent in 
great race-horses, prolific brood mares and successful sires. Abingdon started only 
once, ran unplaced in the Hastings Plate at Newmarket, won by Heaume. He is a 
grandly bred horse and from one of the most distinguished racing and producing 
families in the world. 



Waxy 1790-Pot-8-o-"s ITT-i— Eclipse 176(-Mar-ke 1750— Squirt 173a— Ban l.Mfs CUilder?— Darley Arabian lij99. 



* -S 



Martha Lj-nn, 
br. m.,1837. 



Ir Birdcatcher 
ch. h., 1833. 



Echidna. 
b. m., 183S. 



U'halrlinijr 1SII7 iWaxi 17',iii| -Dm 1S18 of Seliui INOi (Buzzard* 1787)— Maiden 1801 

bv .S]i I'.iri I' 17^1 il;_liili.; ;7Th— Dau. 17.S8 of Plienomenon 1780 (Herod 1758) — 

liatri.n 17S.' I>v Fl,.ii/.,1 i;.rs (ll,.t..ii 17581. 
Master Huurv 18.5 (Orville na.il -Boadicea 1807 by .Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— 

Brunette by Amarunthus 17t)« (Old England 1741)— Mavfly 177) by Matchem 1718 

(Cade 1734)— Dau. 1755 nf Starling 1738 (Starling 1737). 

Pavnator 17ill (Trumpator 17r;;i-liau. ofBeiiinscbrough irsil (King Fergus 1775)— Jenny 

Slole 1787 by Carbuncle 17r-,>iBalM- lilaiil; 17.j.>)— Dau. 1773 ol hrince T'Quassaw 1751 

(Snip 1736)— Sultana 1759 bv Ri-uIms 173 i Kiod Ar. 17-24). 
Ardrossan 1809 (John Bull ITS.i)- Lalv Eli/,a isrj by Whitworth 1835 (Agonistes 1797)— 

Dau. 1793 of Spadille 17S4 (Higliilver 1774)-Sylvia 1783 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 

1 750)— Ferr e t 17 ..5 by Broth to Silvio ( Cade 17:M). 

Comus 1809 (Sorceier 17961— Clinkeriiia 1S12 by Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Pewet 

178o by Tandem 177.3 (Syphun i75(l I— Termagant by Tantrum 17i.O (Cripple 1750)— 

Cantatrice by Sampson 174) iBIaze 1733). 
Cervantes 1806 (Dou Quixote 1784)— Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1803 (Gohanna 1790)— Dau. 

1810 of Paynator 1791 (Trumpator 1783)— Dau. 1802 of St. Ueorge 17.S9 (Highflyer 1774) — 

■\bigai l 1788 by \\'oodpeck c r 1773 (Herod 17.58). 



Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— Dau. 181U of Phantom 180s (Walton 1799)-Dau. 1802 
of Overton 1788 (Kini; Fergus 177b)— Dau. 1798 of Walnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 
1786 of Ruler 1777 (Y: Marske 1771), 

Mulatto 1833 (Cattou 180,1)— Leda 1821 by Filho da Puta 1812 (Haphazard 1797)— Treasure 
1809 by Camillus 1803 iHambletonian 179;)-Dau. 1804 of Hyacinthus 1797 (Coriander 
1786)— F lora 1789 b y Ki ng Fergus 1775 (Ecliiise 1764). 

Sir Hercules 1836 (Whalebcme 18u7i— Guiecioli 18^3 by Bob Booty 1804 (Chauticleer 
1787)— Flight 1809 by Ir. Escape 1803 (Commodore 1793i— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 
(Herod 17.5S)-nrroine 1775 bv Hero 175:5 (Cade 1734). 

Economi-t is-r. iWlii-ker 1K13)-Miss Pratt 1835 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)- 
Gadaliont 1SI3 l.v i.irville 1799 I Brningbrough 1791)-Minstrel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 1784 
(Highflyer 1774i ^ Matron 17.-t2 by Flo rizel 176-i ( Herod 17.581 . 

Sultan 1816 (Selim 180i)— Trampoline 1825 by Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)-Web 

1808 by Waxy 1780 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)- Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
1767)- Prunella 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 

Muley 1810 (Orville 1799)— Clare 1824 by Marmion 1806 (Whiskey 1789)— Harpalice 1814 
by Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— Amazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Treniham 1766)— 
Fractious 1792 by Mercury 1778 (Ecli pse 1764 ). 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 1790)- Peri 1833 bv Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790)— Thalestris 

1809 by Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 1761)— Kival ISOO by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774) 
—Hornet 17!,0by Drone 1777 (Herod 1758). 

Bob Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 1787)— Flight 1809 by Ir. Escape 1803 (Commodore 1793)- Y. 

Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)— Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 

1766 of SnapJ750 (Sni p 1736). 

Jerrv 1831 iSmolen.'ku 1810)— Dan. 1817 of Ardrossan 1809 (John Bull 1789)— Ladv Eliza 

1813 bv w hitwcrth 1K)5 (Agonistes 1797)— Dau. 1793 of Spadille 1784 (Hitrhflyer 1774)— 

Svlvia ITS! liv Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 1750). 
Prime .Minister ISIO (Sancho 18111 1— .Maniac lKi'6 bv Shuttl 

Antici|i;itioii 18n-i bv BcniiiL'br.niL'h 17ill ( KiliL' l-^TL'us 1" 

Heroil i:5s, Tartar 17 !:'.i- Dau. 17,">s (.1 skMi) 17:il 



1793 (Y. Marske 1771)— 
17751— Expectation 1779 by 

.' 17-i7). 



Ir.Birdcatcher 
1 ch- h., 1833 



ii E--5I b. 



Marpessa, 
b. m., 1830. 



uli'-^ is-jii (Whal.b.iiie lsii7. i.nic. n.li is-;:', liv lioh Booty 1814 (Chanticleer 
FliL'ht IMl'.l l)v Ir. Escape IsO.! (Commodore 1793)-Y.-Heroine by Bagot 1780 
17.".si - Ikroihe 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734). 

't ls3i ( Wbi-ker 1812)— Miss Pratt 1825 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— 
~ ■ " gh 1791)— Minstrel 1803 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 

. S 1 Herod 1758 ). 

Ii\ Tramp 1810 (Dick Andiews 17S7)— Web 
i|ie 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
■■•[ 1758), 

aiou 1806 (Whiskey 1789)-Harpalice 1814 
;i 1799 by Driver irtS (Treniham 17C6)— 

li, 

n liiii 1 ]s3:iby Castrel 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. 
Bizarre 1811 by Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- 
•titude 1777). 

)r Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote 1784)— Anticipa- 
ig Fergus 177.i)— Expectation 1779 by Herod 1758 

ii istarliiii: l7-.'ri. 

(I. 1-J.> ol w hi-ker 1812 (Waxy 1790)- Mandane 
li Y- Caniilli 1787 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 

ill (T. S« eep,-take5 1743). 

17871— Dan. 1813 of Election 1804 (Gohanna 1790)-D3n, 1791 of 
■d 175<)-Dau. 1773 of Eclipse 1704 (.Marske 1750)— Rosebud 1765 



Gadabniii i,si-,' 


l.vllrville 


nnn (Benin<;li 


Highflyer irrr 


M HI..1) 1 


T-O liv I'I"i I,,- 


Sultan 181-; (S 




1 


1808 by Waxv 


"1' ■ 


• . 1 , : r 


1767)— Prmirll 


]> !, 1 


'' ■ 1 , ■, , 


Mulev l.sio itUM 


). i;'ii - 




bv (iolianiia 1 


',11 i.M. -. 




Fracliou- i;',i-J 


bv.Mrt, 


■,■-!• 



" Waverlev 18)7 iWhak'b.,-,' l-n7 , i :,- 

1815 of Waxy 1790 (I'ot-s-o-'s 17731- 

Violaiite 1803 by John Bull 1789 (Fo 
'Lottery 1830 (Tramp 1810)-Dau, 1818' 

tion l,-i02 bv Beningbrough 1791 (Ki 
I (Tartar 1743)- Da iir 17.^8 o f Skim 1 7 
" Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews I7!i7i— Ii i 

ISiXI bv Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse ITi 

17581— Camilla 1778 bvT 
Bustard IHiii . Buzzr 

Hlgbflver 1771111. 

byjsmip K.-jO (Siii 
■ Dick Andrew^ i;:' 

Frasinella 17; '- 

1773 1 Herod i: . 



Daughter of, I ].j,^. 



Whisker 1S13 
W. 



U. ,1., iOUi. J)„„ 

Gayhurst's Eleciic 

dam. " 
— . 1813. 



Plenipoten- 

tiarv- 
ch. h., 1831. 

Mvrrha, 
b. n'l., 1830. 



:<'■ .\ni!p-' « i:ts> Pai, 1S03 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 
iiriii-ii i;it; ; r, •-■ Njistakes I7h3)— Dau. 1(85 of Woodpecker 

;.,'. i: : -V 1764 (Marske 1760). 
, ,.. M 1 ;: 1-i'i I , I'ot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1761)— Y'. Camilla 
1 17::; II I ; i:,.- ■ ,iinilla 1778 by Trenthara 1766 (T. Sweep- 

r;r 17';,'^ In ■ - [,il'b. 

( - k.i 17, : ', . i:-.i by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— 
.^'r r liv Ik r.. ; , 7 .s I, mar 1743)— Dau. of Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
loii 1.4(1 Uto;. At 1134). 

a 17901- Oau. 1791 of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1778 of 
• 175 n -Rosebud 1765 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- Miss Bclsea 1753 

,1. .\r, 1734) 

rT. ir8i)-Parasol iSOO bv Pot-8-o-'9 1773 (Eclipse 17()4 -Prunelfa 

by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581-Piomise 1768 by Snsp 1750 (Snip 1736)— Julia 

1751 bv Blank 1740 (God, .Ar. 173 h. 

Moses isio ([Whalrboiie .ir] Sei iiiour 1807)— Quadrille I'^ilS liy Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 

17871 r,aiiirv Tlr.l isiii.i \Vi,i.K.v,.i s, nr r ;:(); .Trumpator 17~3l— Canary 

17117 1. (,,'■..], :-., I' '■ ,, - I.: : m ..<,,, i. 7 ',, 1 1 JL-hfl yer 1771 (Herod]7.58) , 

Eniiliii- I J I " ' :■' il , ;- , , I', - ,| iiiOer 18011— Dau. 1813 of 

Selim 1 nj I |;m--/,ii.i ;7-7. IV, Nil I is 1: l,x ^ir I', Ir, I 1 7 M (Highflyer 1774)— Eallv 

1790 bvTrumiKllor 17sj iCniidm lor rt(i7' 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 1790)— Gift gr 



by R 

Walton 17119 



Gower Stallion 1740 (God. Ar, 17M)-Dau. of Childers. 



1818 by Y. Gohanna 1810 (Gohanna 
1790)— Sist. b. m. 180; to Gra2ier'' bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Sist. b. m. 17a'* to Aimator bv Trumpator 1783 iConduclor 1767)— Sist. 1774 to 
Postmaster bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 174))— Dau. of Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- Dau. of 



110 The Breeders' Hand Booh and Guide. 



IMPORTED ALBERT. 

WIXXER OF THE SEATON DELAVAL STAKES AND SECOND TO SATCHEL 
IN THE RACING STAKES AT GOODWOOD. 

The property of J. N. Camden, Jr., Hartland Stud, near Versailles, Woodford 
County, Kentucky. 

Albert, bay horse, foaled 1882, bred by Mr. R. Jardiue, by Albert Victor, owu 
brother to the Derby wiuuer George Frederick, sou of Marsyas by Orlaudo, dam 
Hawthorn Bloom, the dam of May Hloom, wiuner of the May Stakes at Chester aud 
Tyro Stakes at Liverpool, Fitz James, winner of the Prince of Wales Stakes and an 
excellent sire in England, Heath Bird, wiuner of the York Cup and Ayr Gold Cup, 
Lady Gowrie, winner of the Duke of Westminster's Cup, Whin Blossom, winner of 
the Fiudou Stakes, Ebor St. Leger aud Brighton Stakes, beatiug the crack Thebais, 
wiuner of the Oaks; and Hawthorn, full sister to Albert, that won the Prince of 
Wales Stakes aud Osmaston Nursery Haudicaj), in which she beat Reve d'Or, winner 
of the Oaks and 1,000 Guineas, by Kettledrum, wiuner of the Derby aud Doucaster 
Cup, sou of Rataplan, own brother to Stockwell. Hawthorn Bloom is full sister to 
Hawthorndale, dam of Hauteur, winner of the 1,000 Guineas, and daughter of Lady 
Alice Hawthorn, she being ifull sister to Maybloom, the great graudam of Bonavista, 
winner of tlie 2,000 Guineas in 1892. Lady Hawthorn, his third dam, is sister to Thor- 
manby (winner of the Derby and Ascot Gold Cup) and Oulstou by Windhound, she 
out of the noted race-mare Alice Hawthorn, winner of 16 Cups, including two Don- 
caster aud two Goodwood Cups, 18 Queen's Plates and 17 other races, tracing to the 
Lay ton Barb mare. Albert Victor was himself a sui)erior race-horse, he won the 
Middle Park Plate, beating Hannah (Oaks and St. Leger wiuner), Bothwell (2,000 
Guiueas winner) aud others. At three years old won the Newmarket Biennial Stakes, 
beatiug Favouius (winner of the Derby), also ran second to Favouius in the Derby, 
won Ebor St. Leger, and ran second in the St. Leger. At four years old won the Gold 
Vase at Ascot, beating Sterling and Dutch Skater, won Brighton Cup, 2 miles, aud 
Great Ebor Handicap. He is sire of Maskelyue, that beat Iroijuois in Hopeful Stakes, 
Victor Emanuel, winner of the Chesterfield Cup and Great Ebor Handicap, imp. The 
Sailor Prince, winner of the Cambridgeshire Handicap, beating Carlton, Melton, 
St, Honorat, etc, Whitelegs, winner of the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot, and other good 
race-horses, 

Albert is descended in the male line from Eclipse through his son Pot-8-o-'s aud 
graudson Waxy, and is full of the blood of that extra(U(linary pi'ogenitor of great 
race-horses \U- is descended from Eclipse in the direct male line through Pot-8-o-'s, 
Waxy aud Touchstone, a strain of blood which is in by far the greatest repute in 
England to-day on account of the fact that the most successful race-horses have 
beeu so bred, such as Newmluster, Scottish Chief, Adventurer, Hermit, Marsyas, 
Lord Clifden, Strathconau, Trnniiieter, Cathedral, Petr.ircli, Gladiateur, Melton, 
Paradox, The Bard, etc. Lady Moore Carew meutiouiMl in the lifth generation was 
a very celebratcMl nuire, an<l winner of Iti races. 

Albert is 10^ hands high. He has the best of feet and legs, powerful loin, short, 
strong back, but grand leugth of body, finely sloping shoulders, and clean, iutcUi- 
gent, blood-like head. 



Waxy nnO-Pot-8-o-'s 1773— Eclip-o ^r>^-M!l^^kc 1750— Si|iiiit :733— Bartletfs Childers— Darley Arabian 1699. 



H? 



"f Silim 1803 iBu/,zard» 17K7i— Maiden 1801 by 
m. 1788 of Plienomenon ircO (Herod 1758)— 



Ma>li-r Hi-niv IMTi lUrvillc liiWi— liuailiiea 1807 by AlexandiT 1783 (Eclipse ]7fi-) 

Brunetle by Aniarantliui' ITBB (Old England 1741)— Mayfly 1771 bv Matchem 1 

' (Ca de 1734)— D an. 1755 of Starling 1738 (Star ling 1727). 



i802(BuzEard* 1787)-l)au. 1808 of Wallon 1799 (Sir Peter T. l784^— Y, Gianlees 
I K90 bv Diomed* 1777 (Plorizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1718 (Cade 17.34)— 
: Mollv Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. ITU). 
Bustard 1813 (Castrel 1801)— Olymnia 1815 by Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Sco- 

tilla :7'J5 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758)— Scota 1783 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750j— 

Harmony 1775 bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743). 



Poi-8-o-'8 1773 (Eclipse I7ii4)— Maria 1777 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Lisi-tte 1772 by 
Snap 17.50 (Snip 17i6)— Mies Windsor 17M by God. Ar. 1724- Dau. of Y. Belgrade 

I (Belgrade Turk). 

.Trampator 178-3 (Conductor 17671— Prunella 1788 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758)- 
Promise 1768 bv Snap 1760 (Snip 173t))— Julia 17,56 bv Blank 1740 (God. At. 1734)— 
Spectator's Dam 1735 bv Partner 1718 (Jigg). 



Stripling 1795 (Phenomenon 1780)— Dau. 1797 of Oberon 1790 (Hi^-hflver 1774i— Sist '779 
to Shar])cr by Ranthos 1763 (Manhem 1748)— Dau. of T. S«eeps(akes 1743 iB. Sweep- 
stakes 1732)— Dau. 1748 Of Hutton's Spot !;28 (Hartley's Blind Horsei. 

Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 1771)— Katharine 1798 bv Delpini 1781 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 
1788 of Pavnia^l " "' ' " — ' "" " "^ ~' 

__pau. i;.-.l .ii ];■!. 
.Sir H.rrnli - ■ 



'■'ue 1807)— Guiccioli 1833 by Bob Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 

i.Nii-M-: - ' i i:-oape 1>02 (Commodore 1793)— Y'. Heroine by Bagot 1780 

(HiTMdi;.- 1! I :;-. liv llprn 1753 (Cade 17.34). 

lEcoi i-i 1-j , ,\\ I, - ] : -Ml-- Pratt 18'25 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock lf03)— 

i Ga.lilH.iii IMJ l.v I i i i; iiingbrough 1791)— Minstrel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 17S4 

i_i^lliu'liilvri :;: I Mi;,, ■:>,■ Fl oiNzcl 1718 (Hcrod 175 8). 

ISnItaii l^IlM^iliiu I,-,, ;J,~ 1 iaii,|...lim' 1835 bv Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 17S7l-Web 
j 1808 by Waxy 1790 ( Put -8-o-'6 in3)— Penelope 1798 by Trampator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 
;Muley 1810 (Orville 1799)-t1ai-e 1.824 by Mamiion 1806 (Whiskev 1789)— Harpalice 1814 
I by Gohanna 1790 (Mercurv 17781— Amazon 1799 by Driver i783 Trenthara 176«) — 

Fractious 1792 by Mercnrv' 1778 iEclip>-c 1764). 



Connis 1809 (Sorcerer 17t6)-Clinkeriiia -.812 by Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 17841— Pewet 

j 178i> by Tandem 1773 (S\|ihon 17.5)h— Termagant by Tantrum 17e0 (Cripple 1750)- 

t Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 i Blaze 17.J3i. 

Cervantes 1806 (Don (Quixote n84)-Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1803 (Gohanna 1790)— Dau. 
1810 of Pavnator 1791 iTrumpator 1783)— Dau. 1802 of St. George 1789 (Highflyer 
1774)— Abigail 1788 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758). 



Lady Moore 

Carew, 
b. m.. 1830. 



Blacklock 1814 (Whitelocb 18(13i— Dau. 1817 of Juniper 1805 (Wliiskev 1789)— Dau. 1810 
of Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— Virgin 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1784 "(Highflyer 1774)— 
Dau. 1791 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764). 

Tramp isio iDick .Andrews 1797)-Kiti- 1S31 bv Bustard 1813 (Castrel 1801)— Olvmpia 

IM.- l.v Sir Oliv.r IsiKusir P^'t. i- T i:s4 i— Sm'tilla 1795 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 175S)— 



Ola 



ii~\ Echidna, 



r ll.a-.nl.- 1-J., .\\ li.ilvliniir ;vi,7,-(,ii,L.i,„ii ]s-,':j bv Bob Booty I.S04 (Chanticleer 
ir87)-Flight IHI'J Ijv ir. Escape 1S1I2 iCuiiuiKidiire i7'.i3)—Y. Heroine by Bagnt 1780 
(Herod n5S)-Heroiue 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade V,:U). 

ronomist 1825 (Whisker 1812)-Miss Pratt 1835 bv Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— 
Gadabout 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrouirh 17»ii— ilin^trcl 1803 by Sir Peter T. 1784 

(Highflyer ];74)-Mafrnn 178' ),v Flori/pl 17(iX (Herod 1758). 

Web 



Sultan 1816 (Selim 1-h; i i . . 

1808 by Waxy 179ii . i . -. 

1767)— Prunella ir."< . II . ;', 
Muley 1810 (Orville 1,'..'./,— ( „i.e 1 

bv Gohanna 1790 (Mercurv 17 

Fractious 1792 by Mercury 177^ (Eel 



Waverley 1817 (Whalebone 180. )— Ca? 

Dau. 1815 of Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-(i- s 1773)- Bi; 

1784)— Violante 1832 by John Bull ns i iFcit 
LotleiT 1820 (Tramp 1810)— Dau, 181-< ol ( tna 

tinn 1803 bv Beningbrough 1791 iKiiiL' Frr-i: 

(Tartar 17j3)— Dau. 17."8 of Ski-i 1 f^taili 



i^J I >v Tramp 1810 (Dick .\ndrew: 
[' inlope 1798 by Trampator 1783 (Conductor 
. . II. lod 1758). 

l.i .Marmion 1805 (Whiskev 1789)— Harpalice 1814 
Amazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentham 17t6J— 
psel761). 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrew - 
1800 by Pnt-8-o-'s 1773 (F. 
17.T8)-r'amilta 1778 bv Trf 



1833 by Castiel 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)— 
nie 1811 by Peruvian ItOO (Sir Peter T. 

riaiiir- isne (Don Quixote 1784)— Anticipa- 
r_'a- 17;5i— Expectation 1779 by Herod 1758 

tili ng 1737). 

,-.! of Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790)-Mandane 
Camilla 17t7 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 
Sweepstakes 1743). 
ziril* 1781)— Dau. iM.'i oi Election 18M (Gohanna 1790)— Dau. 1791 of 
IIiTod 17.-8)— Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 17C4 (Jlarske 1750i— Rosebud 1765 
' il' 1736). 



-Da 



2~ Banter, 



Matron H'-i )»' 

Master Henry i 

Brunette bv . 

(Cade 17.'4i' I 



' Pavnator 1 
Jennv M< 
saw 1751 ' 

Anil. I- 111 



1-lJ c.t 



1807 by Alexande 
1 1741)— Mavfly 1 
III- 1737). 



irl 

I'., hinjiirough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— 
I'.laiik 17.'i8)— Dau. 1773 of Prince T'CJuas- 

iiiu- :;:!'! (God. Ar. 1724). 

a (813 bv Whitworth 1805 (.\gonistes 1797)- 
1783 byT. Marske ITTl (Maiske 



.1.11 Cull l;8!))-Lartv Eli; 
D.iii '.■■'■: .1 si'n.lillc 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Sylv 

i;:. I ■ . i; .'. liy Bro th , to . Silvio (Cade 17.34). 

CaMiv. in; iDi././.anl 17s7.— Idalpi 1815 bv Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Miisidora 

IKMbv Meteor 17.'-3ii;i lipT 17. 1 ' -Maid-of-all-Work 1786 by Highflver 1774 (Herod 

17.=S)— Dau. 1771 otSv|.li..ii v.r. . .s,|iiiit 1733). 

Touchstone 1831 (Cam. I l-.'ji li,r..v l-.;ii bv Filho-da-Puta 1813 (Haphazard 1797)— 

Finesse 1815 by Peruvian Isuii iSir Peter T. 1781)— Violante 1803 by John Bull 1789 

(Fortitu de 1777)— Dau. 1788 of HiL'hflyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 

Mulev l,sio (Orville 1799)— Nancy 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)— 
Spitfire 1800 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)-Dau. of Y. Sir Peter 1775 

I Doge 1 703)- Dan, of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

Lottery 1830 .Tramp ihlO)— Dau. b. m. 1818 of Cervantes 1806 (Don CJuixote 1784i— Anti- 
cil.ation ih. 111. 1-03 1i\- Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Expectation gr. m. 

1779 bv Hero.l 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Dau. 17J8 of Skim 1746 .Starling 1737)— Dau. 1751 of 

^^"^^ Janus 173S ((J.id. Av. 1734)— Spinster gr. m. 1743 by Crab 1733 (.\knck Ar.)— Spinster 

(The Widdrington mare) ch. m. 17.35 by Partner 1718 (Jigg)— Bay Bloody Buttocks b. ni. 1739 bv Bloodv Buttocks— Si^t. 
1722 to Guy by Greyhound (Chillaby)— Brown Farewell 1710 by .Makeles* (Oglethorpe Ar.j—bau. of Brimmer (D'Arcy 
Yellow Turk)— Dau. of Place's White Turk— Dau. of Dodeworth— Layton Barb mare. 



►J ±? -• 



Rebecca. 



112 The Breeder^ Hand Boole and Guide. 



BELVIDERE. 



WINNER OF THE RED BANK, REAPER'S, VAN COURTLAND STAKES, 
WESTCHESTER, LONG BRANCH AND DELAWARE HANDICAPS. 

Private stallion in tlie Precikness Stud of Mr. James Galway, located at the 
Stonew(dl Stud of Mr. J. Breckenridge Vilctj, near Midway, Woodford 
Co., Kij. 

Bklvidere by imp. Billet, son of Voltigeur, foaled 1884, bied in the Runnymede 
Stud, Bourbon Co., Ky., dam Jaconet, own sister to Iroquois (winner of the Derby and 
St. Leger) by imp. Leamington, son of Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Maggie B. B. by imp. 
Australian, etc. Billet, his sire, was a good race-horse, winner of the Zetland Stakes 
at Yorli, Egham Stakes at Egham, and other races, by Voltigeur, dam Calcutta by 
Flatcatcher, son of Touchstone. Billet was one of the best stallions of our modern 
importations, sire of Volturuo, Miss Woodford, Runnymede, The Pepper, Racelaud, 
Blue Wing and many other winners. Belvidere's dam, Jaconet (Sir Dixon's dam), is 
full sister to Iroquois, one of the best race-horses, judged by his performances, ever 
bred in America, and the only horse, except Donovan in 1889, that ever won the 
Derby, Prince of AVales Stakes and the Doucaster St. Leger. Iroquois was second 
to Peregrine in the 2,000 Guineas, and beat him m the Derby. Iroquois also won 
the Chesterfield Stakes at Newmarket, Levant Stakes at Goodwood, the Burwell 
Stakes, Newmarket Derby and other important events. In these races he beat such 
good ones as Peregrine, Ishmael, Scobel, (Geologist, Tristan, Cameliard, Bal Gal, 
Lucy Glitters aud others. Belvidere, therefore, is descended from one of the best 
bred and most potent racing families in America. His grandam, Maggie B. B., 
by imp. Australian, was the dam of Pera, Harold, Panique, Red and Bine (Sally 
McClelland's dam), etc. Harold had only one colt on the turf, Harefoot, an excellent 
race-horse, and Harold was own brother to Iroquois, a good index to the potency of 
the blood. Madeline, his great graudam, was by the great Bostou, sire of Lexing- 
ton, Lecompte, Bostona, Nina aud a host of good ones. Magnolia was the dam of 
Kentucky, the best son of Lexington. Magnolia was also the dam of Daniel Boone, 
Magic, Charley Ball, Madonna, Skedaddle, Gilroy, Victory, etc. Skedaddle is the 
dam of Saucebox, Scramble, Florence B., Sly Boots, Joe S., The Slashes and 
Squeez'ein (the dam of Day Star, winner of the Kentucky Derby, Blue Ribbon 
Stakes and other fast races) and Sylph (the dam of La Sylphide, \\ miles in 2.07A, 
and dam of Semper Fidele), Kaloolah, Kincsem, etc. Sly Boots is the dam of 
Leveller, Sly Dance, Sachem and Savanac. Myrtle was by Mameluke (winner 
of the Derby). Bobadilla won the Ascot Gold Cup and Drawing Room Stakes. Bel- 
videre won the Red Bank Stakes for two-year olds, a Free Haudicajj Sw-eepstakes, 
li miles, in 1.57* ; won Reaper's Stakes, li'\; miles, 112 lbs., in 2.03; Handicap 
Sweepstakes, lyV, miles, 105 lbs., in 1..50A ; Van Courtlaud Stakes, 1+ miles, 108 lbs., in 
2.4G ; Fordham Handicap, \\ miles, 115 lbs., in 2.12; Handicap Sweepstakes, \\ miles, 
120 lbs., in 1.584^; Westchester Handicap, IJ miles, 120 lbs., in 2.26i ; Long Branch 
Handicap, IJ miles, 118 lbs., in 2.10i; Free Handicap Sweepstakes, 1^ miles, 120 lbs., 
in 2.i:5J ; Delaware Handicap, \\ miles, 120 lbs., in 2.09, and was placed second and 
third in many excellent races in the best of c<>m|>aiiy. Ho cannot fail to trausniit 
his great <|iialities to his progeny. The pedigree is pure and unadulterated to the 
fajuous Lavtou Barb mare. 



King Fergus 1775— Eclipse 1764— Marske 1750— Scinirt 1732— Bartlett's Childers— Darley Arabian !0&i). 



:i-^ WliitL-loi-li, 



HamblL'tonian 17S)2 (King 

ir.V<)-Atai ' 

noko 1743 (Crab \~'-i'i 



.=5 o _': Dau-hter of Coriauder i;8ti (Pot-S-o-'s 17T:i>-« i 
"i =■" I """= ,5.?^,°'' I Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o--s 17 r:! (E'' 
:-Wj| ■J'-^-'- I i7 50)-Dau. 176o of Olil En gland i;i 



Fer^'us 1775)— Rosalind 17S.S by Pbenonienon 17S0 (Herod 
Matchem 171M (Caiie 17:M|— Y. La-^s of the Mill ir.Ji by Oroo- 
Uau, 1744 iifrr:ncl.M- 17:15 i Partner 171«). 

i.i- i;'i; liv Higbflver 1774 (Herod 1758) — 
i;i li - MiMilla 1777 by Goldfinder 1764 (Snap 

ill A; . i;-,'l). 



- J" o~. Phantom, 



IWalton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 17»l)-JuUa iT:i;i by \Vlii.-ki.y 17811 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. Giin- 
tess 1790 by Uiomed* 1777(Florizel 171i«j— Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1748(Cade 173-1— 
Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 17'il). 



d Ti«„»htornf Overton 1788 (Kini Fergus 1775)— Dau. 1798 of Walnat 1786 (Hiihflyer 1774)— Dau. 178S 
■ b m 1802 I "f ^^^^y '";'L*T- Marske 1771)-Jlr,icantha 1772 by Matcheui 1743 (Cade 17S4)- 



of Ruler 17 
Prophetess 1 



r58 by Regains 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 



1 -f roffon iGolumpus 1802 (Gohanna 1790)-Lucy Gray 1804 bv Timothy 171^4 (Delpini 1781)— L^cy 

o'9l h h 1*0 1789 by Florizel 176S (Herod 1738)— Frenzy 1774 by Eclipse 17iH (Marske 1750)-Da,i. 

. S^l D. n.. js„j. of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

2 ei>- •= _- rieBrlemnnn OrviUe 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Fanny 1791! bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Higbflver 1774)- 

Z. ?.S g- br m 18 1 °'"'- 1788 of Diomed* 177? (Florizel 17ii8)-Desdemona ITTOby Marske 1730 (Sqniit 






Filhn-da-Puta HaphazardJ7_.47 
br. h., 1812. 



1732)— Y'. Hag 1761 by Skim 1746 (Starling 1727), 



Peter T. 1781)- Mrs. Baruet 1806 by Waxy 179J (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— 



Treasure, 
;b. m., 180J. 



Camel, 
br. h., 1.-2J 



Heiiiel 1771 by Squirrel 1754 (Traveler 

17i4). 

if Ilvacinthus 1797 (Coriander 1780)— 
\ I llama 17()9 by Matchem 174; (Cade 

■ ' iibi;23i. 



Dan. 1788 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58) 

1735)— PriDCipessa 1762 by Bl.ink 1740 (God. A 

Camillus 1803 (Hambk-touian I79C1)— Dan. 1P04 

Flora 1789 bv Kin- F. i ji- ir::. lE- nr- I7;ii 

_l]5j)— Y^Lass_.)f ihi. M I :- ■ .1 I ' 

Whalebone isi IT (Wax V :, ' i'. - - 

Sir Peter T. 17^^ lilijiiiUi I illii-Iini, i;-- 

Matron 1732 by Florizel KOS iH.-roil K-l-o. 

Master Henry 1815 (OrviUe 1793)- Boadicea 1807 by Ale:rinder 1783 (Eclipse 17C4)— 

-SIni: hr~,T,~'iii'fi ' Brunette by Amaranthus 1760 (Old England 174])— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 

■3„ o^ ur. m.. 1.1-0. (C ade 1734)-Dau. 17.55 of Anc. Starling 1738 (Starling 17:.7i. 

3.= ' d Wilhn ,li Piit» Haphazard 1797 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Mrs. Barnet 1SJ6 bv Waxv 170 I (Pot-'l-o-'s 177^)— 
a t; >;S hr h 1S1 ) Dau. 1788 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Heinel 1771 by'Squiriel 1754 (Traveler 
£.= gS "■■"•, J01-. i735)_Principe;sa 1762 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

■I \Xa\ Wineoao Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peler T. I784)-Violante 18-12 bv John Bull 1780 (Fortitude 1777)- 
' ' f lliL-'hilvi-r nri (Hrn.d IT.-.M Everla'sting 1775 bv Eclipse 1764 (Marske 



17511 



-IIv 



ap i: 



,.).17 



Scud isot iDi'iiinubrou^li ITlll i-Diana l^ K by StamfiTd 1794 (Sir Peter T. 178J)— Dau. 

1799 of Wliifkev 17-9 (SaUiam 17Sil-Urcy Dorinunt 1781 by Djrimant 1772 (Otho 

1760)— Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1710 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Walton 1799 (Sir Pcler T. 1781)— Comedy 1817 bv Comus l<-'09 (Sorcerer 1796)— Dau. 1803 

of Star* 1785 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 1794 of Y'. Marske 1771 (Marske 1750)— Emma 

1781 bv Telemachns 1770 (Herod 17. 8). 



Daughter of, 
br. m., 1S14. 



Waxy 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 177.J)—Penelope 1798 bv Trumpatnr 1732 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
1 nella 178S by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 173S)- Promise 1768 bv Snap 17.:0 (Snip 17.it)— 

Julia 175i by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 
Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpatnr 1783)— Din. l-^l^-* of sir Sclnmnn 179", (SirPetcr T. 1784)— Dan. 

17!i4 of Y. Marske 1771 (Mar-k.' K.Mii Dau. ITSS "f Pbeiiomnion irsil (Herod 1758)- 

Callinne nil.) hv Slourh 17 ir K'ailr 17:: I) 



Bob Booty, 
ch. h., 1804. 



Castrel, 
ch. h., 1801. 



WasT 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-PeEelope 17'.is bv Trnnipat. 
[ nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Heiod 1758)— Promise 1 
I Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
W'anderer 1811 (Gohanna 179;i)— Thalestris 1809 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1"64) — 

Rival IROO by Sir Peter T. 17*4 (Highflyer 1774)— Hornet 179J by Drone 1777 (Herod 

_ 1758 ) — Man illa 1777 b y Goldflnder 171U (Snap 175 01. 

■ Chanticleer 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— lerne 1790 bv Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)- Dau. of 

Gamahoe (Bustard ]741)—Patty by Tim 1752 (Squirt 1,3;)— Miss Patcli 1737 by Justice 

1725 (H. C. Litton Ar.). 
Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)-Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 17.58)— Heroine 
j 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1731)— Dau. 1766 of Suap 1730 (Snip n36)-Sist. 1743 to Kegn- 

1ns by God. Ar. 1724. 

"Buzzard* 17«7 (Woodpecker 177::)— Dan. of Alexnuder 17.-2 (Eclipse 1764)— Dan. of 
1 Highilyrr 1771 ( ll"iod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Eng;- 



j Maid of 
1 Honor, 
br. m., 1829. 



Peru\i;in 
I of all Wnrk Ks; Ir 

(Squirt rr32)— Dau' 
:Blacklock 1814 (Whit. 1,1, i 
I Tranby*'s Dam ISIJ l,i ih 
j Weazle 1776 (Herod 17. ..-^i- I ' 
Champion 1812 (Selim imi< 

Boadicea 1807 bv Alexander 
[ England 1741)-Mayfly 1771 1 
HumpiTv riiiik 



-I'll 1745). 

P.ierT, 1784)- Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)-Maid 

Iliohtivpr 1774 . H-rod 1 7,-.,8)— Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 1753 

1724). 



Dau. Isis 

I 1782) 
iToncli-:. 



iiai- IS 



- .\-- S.-^ 



s i)y Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho 1801)— 
ii^brough 1791)— Miss Grimstone 1790 by 
1768 (Blank 1740). 

II by OrviUe 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)- 
'III- Brunette by Amaranthus 1706 (Cild 

- I Cade 1734). 

:r> of Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote 1784)— 
1— Dau. 1810 of Payuator 1791 (Trumpator 

l.v Wlii-kcr 1812 (Waxy 1790)— Gibside 

■(■j, :,.!■, ;, I,, n^ri I iiy pipator 1786 (Impera- 



ductor 1707)— Falli'V 17^1) iS 
Whisker 1812 (Waw 17',0i— V 
Sprite 1807 bv Bobtail 1 
(Herod 17,"8)-(: 



T;8 by Trrntlia 



!; ' J lirousrh 1791)— Goosander 

i; V Trumpator 1782 (Con- 

il i;i:s i Herod 1758). 
io.ithsaver ]8C8(Sorcerer 1796)— 
■riiie 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 
epstakes 174.3). 



•1.-2 -^1 Si 



iter to 
Tuckahoe, 
ch. m , 1814. 

"Glencoe, 
ch. h., 1831. 

♦Myrtle, 
ch. m., 1834. 



Sultan Isp-, 
1808 by \\'axv 179 
1767)— Prunella 17 



1 i:"'i 


!i' 175.-.)- D 


1' , \i 


' M777r-D 


Fi-lr 


: :'',:'■ 1' '■• 


1 isil: 


1 ■ ■, 1, 1 



f-'Saltram l780 (Eclipse 1764)- Dau. of Svmme's 
Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Othello)— Dau. of 

' AMfrman 17.87 (Pot-8-o.'sl773) -Dau. 
- iiiiii' s Wililair 1767 (*Fearnought 

: l;i _'Uli|s ir.KI)^ 

isKi (Dick Andrews 17C7)- Web 
by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 



<Oglelhorpe.*r.) — Dau. ol'Brin 



Mameluke 1824 (Fa 

ness blk. m. 1813 liv Sorcerer 

1784 (Hialiflyer 1774)— l).-»u. br 

' orTurfl7G0(Matcliein 174S)- 

172()-.S|)insrer (ilie Wirtilvinsl 

" t. 1722 to <J ■ ■ 



t by Ilighfl y.T 1774 (Herod 17.58). 



.1825bv Bobadil 1813(Kubens I8II5)— Pvtlio- 
(Trmnpator 1782)— Princess blk. m. 1796 by Sir Peier T. 
17S9 of Dungannon 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. eb. m. 1783 
. b. m. 1779 of Horod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Golden Grove 
iiare) ob. m. 1735 by Partner 1718 (Jiffs)— Bav Bloody 
ad ((^billabv)— Brown Fareoell bv. ni. 171C1 bv Makeless 
(DArcy Yellow Turk)— Dau. of Place's Wnite Turk— Dau. of Dodsworth— La.vton Barb mare. 



114 The Brmhrs' ILiitil Book and Guide. 



BEND'OR. 



WINNER OF THE COKE STAKES, liOAlIU OF TKAUE HANDICAP AT CHICAGO^ 
SKMMER HANDICAP WELTER STAKES AT SARATOGA AND OTHER 
FAST RACES. 

Properfi/ of Jlr. John B. Ew'uuj, WiUaiiietle Stud, near XashclUe, Tcnn. 

Benii'op. by imp. Buckden, son of Lonl ( 'litVlcu liy Newmiuster. bay horse, foaled 
1878, bieil by SLiluey Taylor, Madison Co., Ky., dam Kate Wallver by Embry's Lex- 
ington, son of Lexington and Bellamira by imp. Monarch, out of Carrie D. l).y Don 
Juan, son of Berthune by Sidi Haniet by Vii-giniau by Sir Archy. Beud'or is half 
brother to Ann Fief, the dam of the unbeaten Tremont, by Alarm. Bend'or ^vas a 
first-class race-horse ; at three years old won the Gait House Handicap, 11 miles with 
95 lbs., in 2.38. 

Bend'or as a four j'ear old was one of the best race-horses this country has ever 
produced on the score of speed and weight carrying cajiacity. He started in twelve 
races, of which lie won nine. At Louisville he won a purse, Ipo miles, 117 lbs., 
in 1.49, heats of 1;\ miles, 117 lbs., in 1.49|, 1.49, 1.51^, Bootjack winning the first 
heat. At Pittsburgh, on a heavy track, he won the Coke Stakes, lA miles, 117 lbs., in 
2.47i. At Chicago he carried 117 lbs., a 10 lb. penalt.v, and won the Board of Trade 
Handicap, l.J miles in 2.46^, track heavy. At Saratoga he won the Welter Stakes, 
1 mile in 1.4.5, carrying 149 lbs. At same place won 1 mile and 500 yards, 115 lbs., In 
2.10^, best time on record to date, beating Ada Glenn, Geu. Monroe, and others, and 
carrying the top weight ; the Summer Handicap. IJ miles, 118 lbs., in 2.35i, beating 
the great Thora and other good ones. In the Grand Prize of Saratoga, If miles, he 
carried 122 Uis., and was second to Glidelia (5), 116, in 3.01, the fastest race at the 
distance ever run to that date. At Saratoga he carried 123 lbs., and won a Handica2> 
Sweepstakes. U miles in 2.36i, beating Gen. Monroe (4), 101 lbs., Ada Gleu (6), lOS lbs., 
and others ; a Handicap Sweepstakes, 1 mile and five furlongs, in 2.49, carrying 125 lbs., 
and heating Creosote (4), 106 lbs., Lida Stanhope (4), 102 lbs., and other first-class 
horses. This race, considering age and weight carried, is the best on record at the 
distance, and has only been beaten by J of a second by Exile (4), 115 lbs. Bend'or is 
a very large, strong horse, and his get all show fine quality. Ann Fief is the dam of 
the unbeaten Tremont, and two such horses ns BiMid'or and Tremont from one and the 
same famil.v is sufficient to establish its producing e.KCellence. All of Bend'or's get 
that have started are winners. Bandusia won the Belles Stakes, f of a mile, at Sheeps- 
hcad Bay, in l.IOi, beating Los Angeles and other good ones. Inferno (lago), Balti- 
more, A. O. H., Emma .J., Goldstep, Golucky, Rheingold, Maid of Altonwood, Even 
Weight, Taclician, Billet Doux colt, Strategy colt. Equality,. Iviuity, the latter win- 
ner of the Titan and Mermaid Stakes, Mamie B. B., Tea Set, Waltz, etc. There is no 
stallion uow in the stud of greater promise. 



Waxy ITna-Pot-S-o-V 177*— Eclipse irr4— Marskc 17.";0— Squirt I732— Bartletf e Childers— Darley Arabian 1639. 



is 



.WbalL'boiie 1M17 (Wt 
by Sir Peter T. 17M 
Matron 1782 by Floi 

'Master Henrv 1S15 i 



liumprey 

Clinlcer, 

b. h., 1832. 



o §2 -; 






Desdemona, 
br. m., 1811. 



Parthenespa, 
br. m., 1831. 



1183 by Tn 
Cant:itrice i 
Cervantes ISi 
1810 of Pav 
1774)-AhiL 



Blacklocl; IM I 

of Overton i;-- i. 

17^6 of Ruler 1,;7 ( 
Mulatto lS-M(Catton 

1803 by Caiuillus 

ander 17Ht;). 



)l— Dan. ISISof Seiim 1802 (Buzzard* 17,s7)— .Maideu 1801 
v( r irwi— Dau. 1788 of Pbenomenon 1780 (Herod 17581— 

^ lli.Torl 1758). 

i;.'S.-H.>adice;> 1807 by Alexander 1782 lEcIipfe 17641— 
lantliii- ilii; Dill England 1741)-Mayfly 1771 by Malchem 17-18 
t::.inf \i .. Stirling lT:i8 (Starling 1727). " 

■ H'H i;-,' 1) u. (if Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 177.5)— Jenny 
iiiiiH k 1;1J Dabr. Blank 17.581— Dan. 1773 of Prince T'Quassaw 
liltaiia IT.V.i b\ Kcgulus 1739 (fiod. Ar. 17241. 

I Bull n,-^'. )— Ladv Eliza 1813 by Witbnorth 1813(Agonistes 1797)— 
Mr 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Sylvia I7t3 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 
'"■' Br tn Sil vin (Cade 17.34). 

•':■." 1 Cli'l;. una 1812 by ClinkerlSLS (Sir Peter T. 17aii— Pewct 
:; i^ ; : :: T in— Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1730)— 

■, <■ ).-ii Dan. 1818 of Golumpus 1802 (Gobanna 170(1)— Dau. 

; ; I iinnpaiur 17r2)-Circle 18112 by St. George 1780 (Highflyer 

A\ ili wcker li73 (Herod 175-). 

1- :;)— Dan. lHo of Phantom 1818 ( VValton 179!i)— Dau. 1:02 
■I _' I- i.'ii,- 1775)— Dau. 17'JGof Walnut 17^6 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 
\. .Mar-keini). 

1^0a)— Leda 1824 by Filho-da-Puta 1812 (Haphazard 1797)- Treasure 
1803 (Hanibletonian 17l2)— Dau. 1804 of Hvacinlhus 17ii7 (Cori- 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 17731— Dan. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17B4)— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1718)— Dau. of Alfred 177J (.Malchem 174t)— Dau. I77u of Engi- 
neer 17.56 (Sampson 1745). 
WV Diiti. 1-iiu iSir Peter T. 17.a4)— Dau. 1791 of Mercury 17i8 (Eclipse 17fi4)-Dau. 1776 
of III roll ::- I I I a! i; I ;) -Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Visen 17."3 by 

Ri.-L-ii -: ' ' ^: 1, 11. 

Walt. 11 ; I -: I ' I I -II- Julia 171.9 by Whiskey ITSII (Saltram* 178:0— Y. Gian- 
iFli.rizel 17(8)-Giantes8 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 
I. n .'.lahani 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

' ii 18:18 by Waxy 17E0 (Pot-S-o-'e 1773)— Penelope 

. .1 17671- Pruuelia 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

p 17.36). 



17-24)-M..li.v 

Soothsayer r- 

1798 by Tr: 

1753)- Prom 



Golumpus 1812 (Goliaiina i;;Ui— Lucy Gray 1804 by Timothy 17!4 (Delpini 1781 1— Lucy 
1789 bv Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758)— Frenzy 1774 by Eclipse 1764 (iMarske 175C)— Dau. 
of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

Orville l7ii!i iBeningliriiugb 179ii— Fiinnv 1796 by Sir Peter T. 17M (Hichflver 1774)— 
s 1717 iFl.iiiz.l 17.:>)— Desdemona 17;0 by Marske 17;0 (Squirt 

I.-:-, 7 



Dan. 

17. ;i Y. 11: 
lliliu- Is'Ji 
1811 bv 111. 
177B)— Beati 
Cervantes 1^0 
Thomasina 
17S0)-l)aii. 



■ All 



u— .1 



Daughter of, 
eh. m., 1814. 



Wi 

17'-.1 I Blank 17) 
Ball's Floriz. I 1^ 
Dau. of *( 



Whisker 1812 (Wavy 17(0)- Gibside Faiiy 
iMi iiurv u;8— Vicissilude 1830 by Pipator 17^6 (Imperator 
liter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774). 

17.S^)— Marianne 1816 bv Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 17Si. — 
liv 1794 (Delpini 1781)— Violet 1787 by Shark* 1771 (.Marske 
1 17.'0 (Squirt n85). 

'd 17771— Daii. of'Saltra 
ijught 17.:5)— Dan. of Dr: 



-Y. Ki- 



Rowena, 
-h. m , 1828. 



r,<M of *Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o--s 1773)— 
l':iit. of Svrames' Wildair 1767 (-Fearnought 

1 17.' 5 IR'egnlus 1 73!). 

Emilius 18i0i(ii il. 1, |. . i.i i-.l 1. ihi- Flyer 1814 (VandvkeJr. 180M— Pamia 

1813 by Dick Andiews ]7li; (Joe Andrews 1778)— May 1804 by Beningbrough 1791 
(King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 17C6). 

Sumpter 1818 (Sir Archy ItOo)— Lady Grey 1817 by Robin Grev lf05 (■ Royalii^t 17(0)- 
Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 (*Medley 177(.)— Dau. of *Higlifiyer 17S4 (Highflyer 177.= )- 

' D a u. of 'Fearno u ght 1755 (Regulns 17c9). 

Emilius l(-20 (Orville 1799)— Cressida lt-07 by Whiskev 1189 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. Gianless 
1710 by Diomed* 1777 (Flcrizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1718 (Cade 1734)— 

I Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

'Whisker 1812 (Waxy 17!0)-Mv Ladv* 1818 by Comus 1S09 (Sorcerer 1796)— The 
Colonel's dam 1802 by Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Tipple Cyder 1788 by King 
Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764)— Svlvia 17^3 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 17.'0). 



c? B^&ZM^ 



Am. Eclipse, 
ch. h., 1814, 



Am. Pomona, 
b. m., 1820. 



Uuroc l(-06 ( Diomedl777)-Miller's Damsel 1802 by 'Messenger 1180 (Mambrino i;68' — 

*Dau. 17U2 of Pot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 1150)— 

Snapdragon 1759 by Snap 1756 (Snip 17.36). 
Sir Alfred 18(5 (*slr Harry 17!5i— Dan. of "Sir Harrv 1795 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- 'Pomona 

1803 by Worthy 1795 (Pol-8-o-'s 1773)— Comedy 17S.9 by Buzzard* 1187 (.Woodpecker 

1713)- Huncamnnca I7S7 by Highflyer 1174 (Herod 17.58). 



la, sA ca.d 



Virginian 1815 (Sir Archy no . — Laiiy Bunon 1813 by Sir .Vroby 1806 (*Diomed I"'?) - ' 

Sultana bv 'Bavli hoVse Black Sultan)— Barb M. presented J806 to Pres. Jeflerscn 

by I'lv.'Ti:!'- 
Ara'tii- - <■ in I. r 1811)— Jenny Cockracy 1814 by Potomac IfOo (*Diomed irn)- 

Tim. I.v -^Saltram 17S0 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of Symmes' Wildair IVtT 

(*F.:ii .L.i , i-Dau. of Driver 17i:0(*Othello). 



Susette, 
br. m., 18i8. 






5 -= -^ -" 



„„ , Emilius i.-f.'ii lurviile nii'.)-Icarialt24 bv The Fiver isi i .V I.I.. Jr. 180S)— Parma 

isa! l**'^ ''y ^''^^ Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)— .\ii . : I:, ningbrough 1761 

itvjo. (KingFergns il7.")— Primrose 1787 bv M.smbiino 171S . I i : . 

,^^ Lance 18il (Am. Eclipse 1814)- Aurora 1827 by Aratu- i^.i .i ... n.r ;811i— Paiagon 

j™,'- 1S07 by 'Blizzard 1787 (Woodpecker 177S)— Indiana isu.' Iiv Columbus (-Pantaloon 

, -■ -- ■ ">"■ 1778)— Jane Hunt 1796 by Paragon 1788 (tFlimnup 1765). 

. Sir William Sir Archy 18'3 (*Dinmed 1777)— Transport 1S12 bv Virginius lt05 ('Diomed 1777)— 

: of Transport, (Florizel 17: 8)— Nancy Air 1799 bv 'Bedford 1792 (Dungannon 17tO)-Anneite by 

. b. h., 1823. *Shark 1771 (Marske 17501— dau. of Rockingham (Partner 1755). 

Wiss-ni.wfinn *B"zzi>"l 17n7 (Woodpecker 1773)— Dau. of 'Speculator 1795 (Dragon* 1787)— Dau. of 

rh m iism I>amon ('Fearnought ]755)-Dau. of Fearnought. 




t Biilliaiit (111 



. kory 1804 (»Whip 1794,i-*Trum- 
I 1786 to Lambinos bv Highflyer 

. IIM)^ 

111 bv Y. Bedford ('Bedford 1792i— 
rweil's Traveller, son of -Traveller 



116 TIte Breeders' IIiiiul Book ami Guide. 



IMPORTED BLACK DEAN. 

Jinillirr to Geheimniss, otvned bi/ Enyetic Lcij/h, La Belle Stad, Yarnalton, Kcn- 
lacky. Stands for public mares. 

Black Deax, own brother to Geheimniss, winner of the Oaks, brown horse, foaled 
1886, bred by Mr. John Watson. By Uosicriiciau, sou of Beadsman by Weatherbit, 
dam Nameless, dam of Geheimniss, winner of the Oaks, by Blinkhoolie, son of Rata- 
plan, out of No Name by Teddingtou, winner of the Derby, Ascot and Doucaster 
Cujjs, son of Orlando by Touchstone. Black Dean from an injury never raced but 
his sister Geheimniss, one of the best mares of her day. As a two year old she 
started seven times. On the first occasion she ran a dead heat for the Sandowu Two 
Years Old Stakes, which were divided, and the remaining six races she won, beating 
some of the beet animals in training. As a three year old she won the Oaks; ran 
second in the Feruhill Stakes at Ascot, beaten a head; ran second in the St. Leger, 
beating Shotover( winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby, etc.) and many other high-class 
animals; and wound nj) the season by rnnuiug second at Newmarket, beating Ker- 
messe, who as a two year old was only beaten once, aud who also won all her three 
year old engagements with the exception of the race mentioned. As a four year old, 
Geheiniuiss won the Trial Stakes at Ascot, giving It lbs. weight to all stavters, 
won the Bunbnry Handicap, one mile ; ran seiond in tlic Steward's (^'up at Goodwood, 
beaten a head, giving the winner 14 lbs. ; ran second for the Purrlaud Plate, carrying 
top weight, giving tlie winner 10 lbs. ; won the lvcm|itou Park t'anihridgeshire Trial 
Haiiiliiii]!, 1:1- mill's. I'arrying 129 lbs. ; won the Trial Stiiki-s at Xe\vmarUi-t, carrying 
140 Ills., uiiil liuislied the year by giving Brag 21 lbs. anil running sccimd to him fur 
the Brighton Cup. The five year old form of Geheimniss was brilliant. She earned 
eight brackets, ran second once and was jilaced once. The races she won were the West- 
minster Cup, ii miles, at Kempton Park, carrying 143 lbs.; the All-aged Stakes at 
Ascot, carrying 14.5 lbs. ; the .Stockbridge Cuj), carrying 132 lbs. ; a walk over for the 
July Clip at Newmarket ; walk over for the Buubnry Stakes at same meeting; won 
the Lennox Stakes at Goodwood, aud walked over for the Singleton Stakes at the 
same ])lace. 

Rosierucian, the sire of Black Dean, is own brother to The Palmer, the sire of 
Pellegrino and Jenny Howlet, winner of the Oaks, aud was a good race horse ; won 
the Criterion and Troy Stakes, and is the sire of Hauteur, winner of the 1,01)0 
Guineas, and the good stallion Beanclerc. Rosierucian was regarded by Sir Joseph 
Hawley as the equal of the Derby winner Bine Gown, and declared to win the Der- 
by with him. His sire, Beadsman (out of Mendicant, winner of the Oaks), won the 
Derby (sire of Pero Gomez, wiiuier of St. Lcgcr, and iin]i. Saxou, winner of the fast- 
<'st Belmont stake ever run), was a sou of Winllicrliit (liy Slieet Anchor), whose dam, 
Miss l.ctty by Priam, won the Oaks. Nameless. Black Dean's dam, produced oth'U- 
wiiiuirs in 1'ricndle.ss and Offenheit. Her sire, Blinkhoolie, was by Rataplan (a full 
Viinl hii- 111 Sl.iikwell), and sire of Kettledrum (winner of the Derby). His dam, Queen 
.\lni V. inuiliii 111 imp. Bonnie Scotland and also Blink Bonny, the dam of Blair Athol 
( wiuiiirof Mio Derby, St. Leger, etc.) and Breadalbano, a good race-horse. No Name. 
Black Dean's second dam, was a winner, aud bred a winner iu Bradlangh. Queen of 
licauty, the third dam, produced Cordelia, a winner, and dam of the winners Thun- 
der and Lady Blanche. Vlie, another of Queen of Beauty's daughters, produced the 
wiuuiMs First Lord, Black Adder and .Vmor. Birthday, the fourth dam, produced the 
winners Filiiis. Koliinoor, Stoikham, Buiiellns, Lupus and Vision, while from Hon- 
<iria, the fifth dam, came the winner Broadsword, and Miss Nutting (dam of the win- 
ner Hawk). Any number of of her winners have come from the family, including Mr. 
Haggin's imported stiiUiou Darebin, in addition to Leamington, Touchstone. Lauiiic'- 
lot and Macaroni, and flu^ Americ-an winners Arizona, Arauza, Glenarm, .\merii|ne, 
Louise, Palatka, Millie Williams, Zephyr, Cape Race, Armiel, Ella Blackburn. 
Cyclone, Wist wind. I'alschood, etc. Black Dean is a sure aud safe foal getter aud 
should succeed in the stud. 



Dick Andrews IVOT— Joe Andrew? lT7S-Eclip?o ITt;!— 5I.ir-:kr i7->— Squirt 17^:— Bnrtlott's Childcrs— Darloy Arabian 1C90. 






S 2 xiS-J, 



Morgiana. 
blls. m., 1S20. 



Camel, 
br. h., 1S2;. 



I), h.. ISIO. 

Kite, 
b. m., 1831. 



Priam.* 
b. h., 1827. 



Whalebone, 
br. h., 1807. 

Defiance, 
ch. m., 1810. 

Middleton, 
ch. h., 183-2. 



(11 



■ilk- 



te»!f 171(0 byDioUHii . : I ' 

Molly Long Legs i; : ]:! 
Orville 1799 (Benin- i-ii :. n 

Hornpipe 17SI3 by 1 r.iiiiimiur i i.^ 
_1 743 )— Proserpine 17():> by Alart^ke 1 
Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 179J)~Dau. i 

Sir Pctrr T. 17^4 iFti-hllycr 1771 



MiUi.l:nic isil . i,v Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclip-e ni;4)— Y. 
;:i illriciil 17'>'<i -Camilla 177S by Tremham ir(;ii 

7.;-, by (V..,,. H:,rh 

■•|ili>ii>"!i -' ~' :i r] Sorcerer 1790 (Trumpator 

;^. 'M ■ I'M 17B7 of Woodpecker 1773 

ii.vSiiai. ;;.. ,-.,., M. 

1 IKor by U inslsiy i,,-;i (Saltram* 17S0)— T. Gian- 

I 17681— Giau(es8nt;y by Matchem 1748(Cadel7:>4)— 

II 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Dau. ISOO of Buzzard* 1787 (Woodiiecker 1773)— 
ii'niuiiirs.r 17-7i-Luna 1779 by Herod 173-1 (Tartar 



jM:i 



■ ■I i; 



■-' (Buzzanl- 1787)— Maiden ISOl by 
■ :;-^ 111 Pbenonu'non 171-0 (Herod 173.S)— 

WI7 by Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Bru- 
l 1741)-Mayay 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 



1.1 1; 



I 1^13 



y- Trentham U'j'i 
—Everlasting 177 
el I'OD-Olvmpi: 



I Mercury 1778) - 
of Woodpecker 



' r T. 1784)-ScotiIla 
rske 1750)— Harmony 



■ 1S09 by W's Ditto 18(10 (Sir Peter T. 17i-'4i-Dau. 
Dau. 1770 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 



1795 bv .\nvil tr;r 11 1 l ; .--i >rota l^SSliy Eclipse iTiiJ (Mi 

1 775 by H erod 17'-: i : 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard 

1791 of Mercury V.7- ' I rim-, 

by Marske 1750 (Squirt ]:.«). 
Phantom 1805 (Walton 1799)— Fila<rree 1815 by Sootheaver 1808 (Sorcerer 1"86)-Web 

1808 by Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-Peuelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

l~a7)— Pn iuella 17fis by Hi ghflyer 1774 (Herod 17f8). 

Emiliu8iv*i!iii ill. ill ('ressida 18(/7 by WTiiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. Giairiess 

1790 by Di.. ; ' , rizel 1768)-Giante8s 1763 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 

Molly Loi:^' I, _ : .- , liabraham 1740 (God. Ar. 17f4). 
Octavian IS il i.-aipiint 1. '.!:.) -Dau. 1807 of Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 1771)— Zara ISO! by 

Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1771) -Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 17(>4)— Ata- 

lanta 1 709 by Mat chem 1 748 (Cade 17.3 4). 

Waxy 1790 (P.it-8-o-'9 1773)-Penelope 1738 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 

neila 17S8 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 1738)— Promise 17IJ8 by Snau 17."0 (Snip 1733)— 

Julia 1756 by Blank 1741 (God. Ar. 17:4). 
Eubens lt05 (Buzzard* 1<87)-Little Follv 1806 by Highland Fling 1798 (Spadille 1784)— 

Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 17041 -Dau. 1785 of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 

1748) -Ma gnolia 1771 by Mars ke 175 (Squirt 17.32 ). 

Phantom 180S (Walton 1799)- Web 1808 bv Waxy 1790 (Pot*o-'s 177.3) -Penelope 1798 

by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1707) -Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 

Promise 17iiS bv Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 
Highlan.I Fliiii 179^ (Spadill.- 17-4) -Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 17S0 (Eclij.ss 1704)— Dau. 

17^-. .if .M'MI I7;'i iM:r.li.-m IT IRi-Magnolia 1771 by Marske 17.50 iSnuirt 1732)— 

lim i;-.. i.v ll:.' r.iha.i. i: in -i:...l .\r. 17-,'4i. 



;?; IrBirdcatcber 
;S ch. h., 18.33. 



- -a— .3!c Rockingham, 
b. h., 1830. 



Sir Ik-iriih.'s i--,'ii ,\\'hal..i.ini.? i>.ir) -Guiccioli lsC3 by Bob Bootv 1804 (Chauiicleer 

17S7) -Flii,'bt 1S09 by Ir. Escape 1803 (Commodore 1793)— Y. Heroine by Ba.^'Ot 1780 

(Herod 173S)-Heroine 1775 bv Hero 1753 (Cade 1734). 
Economist 18-25 (Whisker 1812)— Miss Pratt 1825 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock l.-<0.3)— 

Gadabout 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrongh 1791)— Minstrel 1603 by Sir Peler T. 1784 

J Highfl yer 1774) -Matron 1783 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758). 

Sultan 1816 (Selim 1802)— Trampoline 1885 by Tramp 1810 (Dick .-Andrews 1797)— Web 

1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1783 (Conductor 

17H7)-Prunella 178^ bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175S). 
Muley 1810 (Orville 17S9)- Clare 18^1 by Marmion 18C6 (Whiskey 1789)— Harpalice 1814 

by Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— Amazon 1799 by Driver i78:i (Treutham 1766)— 

F r actions 17 92 b y Mercury 1 778 (Eclipse 17(>4). 

Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Parasol IKOD by Pot-3-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764' -Prunoira 

1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Promise 1768 by Snap 17.50 (Snio 1730)- Julia 

1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Moses 1819 ([Whalebone or] Seymour 1S07)— Quadrille 1815 by Seiim 1802 (Buzzard* 



-<^nn-i 



■ Pi-.l i>; 



Plenipoteu- 

tiarv. 
ch. h., "1831. 

Myrrha, 
b. m., 18:W. 



5 2£ ^-^ Vulture, 
§* O^ I ch. m., 18:33. 



[Whiskey or] Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— Canarv 
. 's 177.3)- Miss Green 1787 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod it'S). 



Emi 11 ■ M Harriet 1819 bv Pericles 1809 (Evander 1801)— Dau. 1812 of 

Sell. 11 ;--■ 111 .1 ; r.^ii -Pipvlina 1803 hySir Peter T. 1784(Highflverl774)-Eally 

17'.;o iiy Trunipaior lis--' (Conductor 1767). 
Whalebone ItiuT (Waxy I790)-Gift 1818 by Y. Gohanna 1810 (Gohanna 1790)-Dan. 1.803 

of Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflver 1774)-Dan. 1T8-1 of Trumpator 1783 (Conductor 1767)- 

Sist . 1774 t o Postmaster bv Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 



!5 3- 



Humprey 
Clinker, 
b. h., 1883. 



Camel 1823 (Whalebone 1807)-Banter 1826 bv Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799.- Koadicea 
1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Brunette by Amaranthus 17f6 (Old England 
1741)— Mavfly 1771 by Matchem 174s (Cade 173!i. 

Langar 1817 (Selim 18C2i— Kite 1831 by Bustard 1813 (Castrel ISOD-OIvmpia 1813 by Sir 
Oliver 1,S(\( (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Scotilla 1793 by Anvil 1777 (Herod'l738)— Scota 1783 
by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17.50). 

Humprey Clinker 18-32 (Comus 1809)- Medora 1813 by Swordsman 1796 (Prizefighter 
1784)- Ir. Penelope 1797 by Trumpator 1783 (Conductor 1 767 1— Peppermint 1787 by 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Promise 1768 by Snap 17.'0 (Snip 17.':6). 

Election 1804 (Gohanna 1790)— Dau. 1805 of Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Miss 
Judy 1784 bv Alfred 1770 (Matchem 174.8)— Manilla 1777 by Goldfinder 1 761 (Snap 
17.501— Dau. 17611 of Old Eii^'land 1741 (God Ar. n-,-4). 



Conn 



181' ol Pavnatiir 1791 ili 
1774 )— Abigai l 1788 by Wo o. 
Castrel 1801 (Buzzard* 1787i 
1804 by Meteor 1783 < Eclips. 



n-VJi-Dau. 1771 of Syphon 17.50 (Squirt 173-J). 



' I ik-.-r 1805 (Sir Peter T. 17s'4)-Pewet 
'. by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1750)— 

. 1 ijuhimpns 1802 (Gohanna 1790)— D.an. 

I. ircle 1803 by St. George 1789 (Highflyer 

•■ r od n.'iS). J 

i'.ruviau 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Musidora 
f all-Work 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 



1738 (Bolton Starling 1727)— Look. 
Bay Ar.— Lady Maie by Pert (Ely 



Camel >-22 (Whalebone lS07(-Maid of Honor br. m. 18-3'.i bv Champion 1812 (Selim 
1803)— Etiquette br. m. 1820 bv Orville 179J (Bemn^hrough i;91)-Boadicea b. m. 1807 
by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Brunette bv Amaranthus 1766 (Old England 1741)— 
■ Mavflv h. m. 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734 1 -Dan. blk. m. 17.55 of Anc. Starlmg 
-It ni'e-Lade ch. m. 1731 bv Bristol Grasshopper (Bverly Turk)-Dau. of Sir M. Xewton's 



H8 The linrih'rs' Hand Hook ami Guide 



BRAMBLE. 



WINNER OF THE YOUNG AMERICA STAKE NO. 2 AND MAXWELL HOUSE 
STAKES AT NASHVILLE, SARATOGA AND COXCiHESS STAKES AT 
SARATOGA, BALTIMORE CUP, MONMOUTH CUP, WESTCHESTER CUP, 
SARATOGA CUP, AND OTHER IMPORTANT RACES. 

Propciii/ of Eugene Leigh, La Belle Stud, Yarnalton, Kij., uiid is a public stallion. 
Terms puhlislied annucdti/. 

Bi;amiu.e by iiiui. Bonnie Scdtlaml, lireil by Gen. \V. G. Uardins, liflle Meade 
Stud, foaled 1S75, d.im Ivy Leaf, dam of Bazar, lirambalutta, etc., by iuip. .Viistraliaii, 
out of Bay Flower, sister to Bayonet, Bayswater, Preakness, ete., by Lexington. 
Bramble ran seven times as a two-year old ; won the Young America Stakes No. 2 at 
Nashville, three-quarters of u mile, in L20, track heavy, won the Sar.itoga Stakes, at 
Saratoga, tliree-iiuavters of a mile, in 1.17i, was second in two aud third in two races, 
beating Duke of JIageuta, Pride of the Village and others. He made his ilebni iu his 
three-year old form iu the Withers Stake at Jerome Park, one mile, was second to 
Duke of Magenta in 1.48, each with IIX llis., one of the best races ever run, the track 
lieiug mu<ldy and heavy — Dauichetf aud Pride of the Village were behind him ; beat 
Simoom, Oriole, etc., one luile, iu 1.18A ; ran second to Duke of Mageuta for the Bel- 
mont Stakes, 1| miles, iu 2.43.1, Spartan, Dauiehell', Bayard aud others behind him. 
Long Branch, won dash of three-quarters of a mile, beating Idalia. Egypt, etc., iu 
1.17; same place, was beaten a match, one aud a quarter miles, by Spartan, iu 2.16, 
evidently badly managed or out of eouditiou. Saratoga, ran second to the Duke of 
Mageuta in Travers Stakes, one aud three-quarters miles, in 3.08, a capital rac^e ; 
won dash of one mile, beating Lou Lanier, Garrick, etc., in 1.45; won dash of one 
mile, beating Idalia, Pique, etc., in 1.47A, track lieavy ; beat Oriole, Idalia, etc., one 
and a quarter miles, in 2.17; walked over for purse, one aud a half miles, received 
half purse and entrance money ; beat Pii]ue, Pride of the Village, etc., one mile, iu 
1.47.i^, carrying 113 lbs ; ran second to Duke of Mageuta for Keuiier Stakes, two miles, 
in 3.41A, with good ones behind him; won race ly miles, in 1..1S, beatlug Bonnie 
Wood, Kate Claxton, etc. ; beat Lady d'Arcy, Bonnie Wood, etc. ; three-quarters of 
a mile, in 1.19; beat Patriot, Kate Claxton aud others, one mile, iu 1.45|. He was 
sent to Louisville, where he won the great American Stallion Stakes, 1| miles, iu 
3. 14J-, beating Cammie F., Warlield, Momentum, Day Star aud five others; same 
pl.ace, was second to Wartield, giving him .5 lbs., IJ miles, in l.riti, the fastest race at 
the distance during the year. Nashville, won the Maxwell House Stakes, mile heats, 
in 1.43. 1.44, beating Warlield aud Bergamot. At four y<'ais obi started twenty times, 
won fifteen races, was second in two, third in one and unplaced in two. Bramble at 
Baltimore won dash of li miles, defeating Gov. Hampton, Albert aud Judith; time, 
2.15i : same meeting, won the Baltimore Cup, 2i miles, defeating Busliwhaidcer, Bon- 
nie Wood, Lou Lanier and Bayard, time, 4.01J. Jerome Park, won dash of one mile, 
defeating Una, Fraukhu, Bou'uiu Wood and three others, time 1.45}. Same meeting 
won the Westchester Cnj), 2^ miles, defeating his only opjioneut, Invermore, time, 
4.20A. Spring Meeting, Coui'y Island Jockey Club, at Prospect Park, Seaside Handi- 
cap, 2 mihis. Willful tinished iirst, Gen. Philips second and Bramble last ; time, 3.341. 
Monmouth Park, won the Oci'au Stakes, li miles, defeating Monitor, Lancewood, 
Sns(|iichaniia aud Belinda ; time, 1.5«* ; won dash li miles, defeating Una aud Tom 
Scarlet; time, 2.27. Won the Monmouth Cup, 2^ miles, defeating J^on Lanior, Gen. 
Philips and Willful; Bramble carried 5 lbs. penalty for winning the Westchester 
Cui) ; time, l.lisi. Saratoga, rau second to Monitor in the All-.\ged Stakes, li miles ; 
time, 2.\2i; won the Saratoga Cup, 21- miles, defeating Willful, Lou Lanier, etc.; time, 
4.11}: won dash of li miles, defeating Jlintzer, Dan S)>arling, etc.; time. 2.00; won 
ilash 1 mile, defeating Bennett ; time, 1.4!) ; won three-quarters of a mile, defeating 
Annie Augusta, Bonnie Wood, etc., time, 1.17i ; won dash oi' 1 mile. Iicating Oriole and 
Gabriel, time, 1.44|; won dash 11 miles, defeating (;aliri(d, Dan Sparling, etc., time, 
1..58; won the Congress Hall Stakes, heats of three-qiiarti'i's of a mile, time,l.li), 1.18; 
w(m the Brighton Cu]>, 2.t miles, defeating Franklin l)y a head, time, l.B!.}. At 5 years 
won the (.'cnteiiuial Stakes at Nashville, "Tenn., IJ mih'S, in 1.58, beating Beatitude 
and others; at (! years, Ntartnig only once ; ran secoml to Ferida ; at Baltimore, mile 
heats iu 1.44J, l.l'lA, l,l8!i, Bramlilc'won the tirst heat. This was his last ra((^ Ivy 
Leaf, the dam of Hramble, was never trained. Bay Flower, his gr.indam, was a good 
racoiuare at all distancc.%, she i>eat the fanious Riiyuodync three and four mile heats 
at St. Louis; four miles, iu 7.45*, 7.45. Bramble is a rich red bay with large star iu 
(Continueil on pa^je IJO.) 



Pot-8-o-'3 irra— Eclipse 1704-Mareke 1T50— Squirt ir:ffi— Bartlett's Cliilders— Darley Arabian 1699. 






'®1 




Waxy IT'.iU (Pot-s-o-'s 17731 Peuelope 1798 by Trumpaior 17H3 (Conductor 1767i-Pra- 

iiella 17AS bv Highllver 17r4 iII>Tod 1758)-Proiuis^e 1768 by Suup 1750 (.Snip 1736)- 

Julia 17.-)li bv" Blank l'74() ^(i.irt. Ar. 1724). 
Sir Pi'l'i •]■. i>4 Hi^'litlver K7 li-l)au ir!i-3of HiL'hflyer 1774 illerod 1758)-Nutcracker 

17i;7 Nv Mai.hL:ru LisiCiuli- K.Mi Mi~> Stalling IToU by Suirlinsr 1727 (Bay Bolton 

^7115. ■Kiii.'b.Hir i;:;,'by rartu^T I7!S !Ji;."4j_ 

Sor.xTLT ir;i6 ri'rumpaioi i;.s2) -Ep-um La.-,8 ISOl bv Sir Peter T. 17»4 iHigliflytT 1774)— 

Alexina 17SS by King Fer;,'us 1773 (Eclipse HWi—Lardella 1780 by Y. Marske 1771 

iMareke 175(li-Daii. of Y. Cade 1747 (Cade 1731). 
Siamlbrd 1794 (Sir Peter T. ITIMi— Maicia 1797 by Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— 

Eaith 1779 by Pacolet 1703 (Blank 1740)-Atalanta 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 

Y. Lass-of-the-Mill 1756 by Oroonok o 1745 (C rab 1722). 



Princess, 
b. m., 1799. 



Parasol, 
b. m., 1800 



Woodpecker 1173 1 Herod 1758)— Mkfortunc 1775 by Dux 1761 (Matchem 1748) -Cariosity 
1760 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17361-Daii. 1749 of Begulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1734)— Dau. of 
Bartlett's Childers (Darley Ar. 1699). 

Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17&4)-Dau. of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17c8i-Dan. of Alfred 1770 
(Matchem 1748|— Dau. 1770 of Engineer 17.56 (Sampson 1745)-Bay Malton's dam 1756 
by Cade 1 734 (God. Ar. ITU). 

Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Mis.« Hervey 1775 bv Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— 
Clio 1760 by Y. Cade 1747 (Cade n34)-Dau. of Starling 1727 (Bay Bolton 1705)— Dan. 
of Bartlett's Childers (Darley Ar. 1699). 

Precipitate* 1787 (Mercury 1778)- Colibri 1793 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58)— Ca- 
milla 1778 by Trentliam 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)-Co(iuette 1765 by Compton Barb- 
Si stl743toJ{egaliisJ)yJ3o<h^Ar^^ 



Moses, 
b. h., 1S19. 



Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774i~Arethusa 1792 by Dnngaiinon 178i) (Eclipse 1764)— 

Dau. 1777 of Prophet 1760 ( Kegulus 1739)— Virago 1764 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Dan. 

of Regulus 17-39 (God. .\r. 1734). 
Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (EcUpse 17611— Prunella 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 

1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736i— Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— Spectator's 

dam 17. 35 by Partner 1718 (Jiggi. 

"[Whalebone or] Seymour 1807 (Delpini 1781)— Dau. 1807 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercuiy 

1778i-GreT Skim 1793 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)-Dau. 1780 of Herod 1758 

(Tartar 174"3)-Y. Hag 1761 bv Skim 1746 ( Starling 1727i. 
iSelim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Canary Bird 1806 by [Whiskey or] Sorcerer 1796 (Trum- 

pator 1782)— Canary 1797 by Coriander 1786 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773i— Miss Green 17S7 by 
; Hi ghflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Harriet 1769 by Matchem 174s (Cade 17 " ' 
iOrvillel 

Dau. 




1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 17!)4 (Mr Peter T. 1784)— 
1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 

' I (Otho 17fr0)— Dizzy 17.57 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

TT.,_.;„, Pericles 1803 (Evanderl801i-Dau. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Pipylina 1803 
i>ii.- i, liio i liv Sir Peter T. 17« (Highflyer 1774i-Rally 1790 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

uiK. m.. ijia.j i7i;7)_Fancy 1780 iSisl. to Dionied*) by Florizel 1768 iHerod 1758>. 

Waxv 1799 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773)— Penel"pe 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Ciuiductor 17671— Pm- 
nefla 1783 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175S)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
.Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 
Y. Gohanna 1.810 (Gohanna 1790>— Dau. 1802 of Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774i-Dan. 
1788 of Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Sist. 1774 to Postmaster by Herod 1758 
(Tartar 1743)-Dau. of Snap 1750 (Snip 17.361. __^ 



Comu« 1809 (Sorcerer 1796)-Clinkerina 1812 by Clinker 1803 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Pewet 

1786 by Tandem 1773 (Syphon 1750i— Termagant by Tautrum 1760 (Cripple 17.:0i— 

Cantatcice by Sampson i7'45 (Blaze 17331. 
Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote 17841— Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1802 iGoharna 1700)-Daa. 

1810 of Paynator 1791 iTruml); "' ' -■■"'--■ ^ •-'" ",_.,.. 

1774)— Abiga il 1788 by Wi .. i<l i . > 
Camel 1822 i Whalebone 18ii; i I 

dicea 1807 by Alexander 17 ^.' 

land 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by M 



1789 (Highflver 



, Master Henrv 1815 (Orville 1791))- Boa- 
Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eng- 
_ ^ adel7»4). 

Whisker 1812 (W'axV 1790)— Gibside Fairy 1811 hv Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778i— Vicis- 
situde 1800 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 1776)— Beatrice 1792 by Sir Peter T. 1781 
(Highflyer 1774)— Pyrrha 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734'). 

Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- 
Dau. 1799 of WTiiskev 17.S9 (Saltram* 1780)— Grev Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
(Otho 1760)- Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724i. 

Scud 1804 (Beningbrough 1791)- Goosander 1805 bv Hambletonian 1792 (King FerCTS 
17751— Rally 1790 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 17671- Fancyl7.S0 (Sist. to Diomed") 
by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.58i-Dau. 1763 of Spectator 1749 (Crab 17 22). 

Waxv 17!)0 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 178-< by Highflver 1774 (Herod U.W)— Promise 1768 by Snap 17o0 (Snip 1736)— 
•Julia 1756 bv Blank "1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

[Selim or] Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 17961— Sprite 1807 bv Bobtail 1795 (Precipitate* 
1787)— Catherine"l795bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758i— Camilla 1778 by Trentham 
1766 iT. Sweepstakes 1^431— Cotinette 1765 by Compton Barb. 

Sir Archy 1805 (*Dioined 17771— Dau. of *Saltram lT^0(EcliIl8e 1764i— Dan. of Symmes' 
•■■ -- - • ■ —Dan. of Tyler's Driver 1760 («Olhello)-Dau. of 

'1— Dau. 1799 of *Alderman 1787 i Pot-S-o-'s 1773)— 

■ok 17601— Dau. of S^^nme6' Wildair 1767 (*Fear- 

*F eamought 17.55 (Regains 17391. 



Ball's Florizel 1801 (*Di( 
Dan. of *Clockfa-i ' 
nought 1755)— Y. Ivi I 



Emilius 1821) ibrvillc 
1813 by Dick Andr^ 
King'Fergus 1775 



I n^ihv The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)-Parma 

■ I- .\ndrews 1778)— May 1804 b"y Beningbrough 1791 

-e 1787 bv Manlbrino 17'« (Engineer 1756). 

Sumpler 181S (Sir Archy 18 )5)-Lady Grey 1817 by Robin Grey 1805 (*Royalist 1790)— 

Maria bv Melzar 1791 (*Medlev 1776)— Dau. of •Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 

of *Feafnon ght 1755 (Regiilus"l7.39). 

Emiliiis IS20(Oriille ITBl))— Sea Mew 1815 bvScud 1^04 . Beningbrough 17!)li— Goosander 
1805by Hambletonian 1793 (King Fergus 177.51-Rally 1790 by Trumpator 1782 (Con- 
ductor 17671— Fancy 1780 bv Florizel 176S (Herod 1758). 
Tramp 1810 fDick Andrews 179ri-Dau. 1810 of Sancho 1801 (Don Quixote 1784)— 
lilacklock's dam 1799 by Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-Wildgoose 1792 by High- 

fl yer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Coheiress 1786 by Fot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764i. 

Haphazard 1797 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Mrs. Barnet 18C6 bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1778) — 
Dau. 1788 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17581— Heinel 1771 bv Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 

_1735 1— Principessa 1762 by Blank 1740 ( God. A r. 1724). 

Smolensko ISlil Tsorcerer 17H6)— Dau. br. m. 1863 bv SirPeterT. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Dau. "r ni. 17S-, liy Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 1756)— Marigold b. m. 1777 by Herod 
I7.'i.s (Tartar 174:3i-^Tov gr. m. 1761 bv Blank 1740 (God. Av. 1724)— Whiteneck gr. m. 

1751 liy Crab 1722 (Alcbck Ar.i-Dan. of God. Ar. 1724- Dau. of Conyer's Ar — Sist. to 

Slixbnrv bv Cunvcn Bay Barb-Dau. of Curweu Spot ( Selaby Turk) -Dau. of White-legged Lowther Barb- Vintner mare. 



l::;o The Breeders' Hand Booh and Guide. 



BRAMBLE— Continued. 

foiclicnd, 15 hands 2i inches hi.yh, giitlis 70 inches, length of shoulder 28 inches, 
around tlie arm 20 inches, below the knee 8^ inches, from hip to point of )ioclv 36} 
inches, around gaskius 16i inches, from point of shoulder to point of Vmttocks 64 
inches. He is full of suhstauce and iiowcr. and greatly reseuil>h's his sire. He is 
strongly inbred to Herod and Eclijisc tlumigh the hot sources with thc.Xrchyand 
Dionuid blood through Lexington, he was sjiccdy, coulrl stay and carry wiuglit. ' 

Hranible, with a limited cliauce in the stud, is the sire of the following winners, 
Biggonet, winner of the Withers, etc., Bryson, Branilileton. 15(>rdelaise, Orderly. Harb, 
Bradfonl, Randder, lierth.i, Arniieh Bravo, Daisy Woodrutf, Katuuali. Jlora, I>(unp, 
Wrestk'T, Barrister, Ben Harrison, Mayor B., Bettina, Bhickthorn, (Jracie M.. .lakie 
Toms, Manhattan, Pedestrian, Gambler, Wightmau, Ivanhoe II., Nominee. Bellevue, 
Jack Murray, Briar, Pixy, Lizzie English, Lady Jane, Thorns, Thornless, Bertha, etc. 



BUCKMASTER. 

(BROTHER TO KIMBALL.) 

Tlie propcrtij of J. D. Lucas, Goodwood Stud, St. Louis, Mo. Service hy private 

contract. 

BUCKMA-STKR, l)ay horse, bred by C'apt. Wm. Cottrill, Mobile, Ala., own brother to 
Kimball by imji. Buckdeu, sou of Lord Clifdeii, dam Meta H. by Harry of tho West, son 
of Lexington, out of Louisiana B. by Daniel Boone, son of Lexington, thus giving him 
a double cross of this inestimable blood upon a double cross of imp. Oleiuoe through 
tho noted mare Magnolia, grandamof Iro(iuois, and Fauuj- King, the dam of the great 
race-horse Brown Dick, sou of imp. Margrave by Muley. 

His own brother Kimball, as a two-year old, won the Young America Stakes, 
5 mile, at Nashville, in 1.04i ; won the Alexander Stakes, Louisville, A mile, by Ik 
lengths, in 49i seconds, beating Luke Blackburn, Big Mediciue, etc. ; ran third to 
Wallenstein and Fonso for the Tennessee Stakes, Louisville, beating Luke Blackl)uru 
Big Medicine, etc., and conceded 5 lbs. to all his opponents; won the Hotel Stakes, f 
mile, St. Louis, time, 1.16i, by 10 lengths, beating Luke Blackburn, etc. ; won the 
Grand Pacilic Hotel Stakes, | mile, Chicago, in l.lcfi, beating Luke Blackburn, Jlis- 
take, Victory, etc., and rau third for the Criterion Stakes, Chicago, beating Luko 
Blackburn, Wallenstein, Bye-and-Bye, etc. As a three-year old, he won the Cumber- 
land Stakes, mile heats, at Nashville, in two straight heats, 1.49, I.ITJ ; ran second 
to Fonso for the Kentucky Derby ; second for the Merchant Stakes, St. Louis, and 
second in the Tidal Stakes, Gravcsend, N. Y., to Luke Blackburn. Meta H. produced 
the winners Ruth and Mattie K. Louisiana B., the second dam, had only one foal, 
viz., Meta IL, but from the third dam, Maggie G., came Magnolia, Sally Watson, Bon- 
aventure. Adventure ami Buckdeu Lass. Magnolia produced the winners Tho Cripple 
(Odd Fellow), MoUie Merrill (dam of Ira E. Brule), Aleck Ament, Orange Blossom 
and Myrtle II. Sally Watson threw Buckleo. Peradventure, out of Bouaventure, is 
tho dam of Adventurer, a winner. From Bouaventure came another Adventurer (by 
Buckdeu), in aiblition to Kitty Wells and Bonny Lass (dam of English Lady, winner 
of the Zoo-Zoo Stakes, etc.), and -Vdventuro is the dam of tho winners Lamont and 
Teddy Venture (a two-year old winner). 

Buckmaster did not run until seven years cdd. H(^ won } of a mile in l.l'li, with 
118 lbs. Won mile heats in 1.47, 1.46. Won at 14 miles in 2.44, and again in 2.46. Won 
at a mile in 1.48t, and half a mile in 0..^3. He was second and third in several other 
races. He is .a well-bred horse, tracing to tlu! Barb mare presented to President Jef- 
ferson l)y the Dcv of Tunis. The sons of Buckdeu arc diung well in tbc stud. 



Waxy 1790— Pot-8-o-'s 1"V-J— Eclipso 171H— Mar^ke 1750— Squirt n:M— Bartlett's Childers-Darley Arabian 16'j9. 



Bauter, 
br. m., 1826. 



Whalebone 1807 (W a.w ITnii- 
bv Sir Peter T. 17M (ili-hlh> 
Matron 17W by Fl.)rizel 17i,- < 

iMaster Henry 1815 (Orville i: 
Brunette by Amaranlhn- ;. 

I iCade n?4)— Dan. 17.55 of \ i 






Daughter of, 
ch. m., 1817. 



I „-^ Humprey 

lei Clinker, 

ig- b.h.. 18-22. 

cToJ £.^ Daii^bter of, 



Selim. 
ch. h, 18i«. 



i'aviiator 1791 ri runipator r. : )' ' ('■ i ii;-'!i";;_h i;'.m iKin^ Fergus 1775)— Jenny 
Slolc 1787 by Carbnncle 1773 .Bnhr, Blank n.'.s— Iiau. 177.3 of Prince T'Quassaw 
1751 <Snip 1736)— Sultana 17.5SI by Regulus 173!i (God. Ar. nS4i. 

Ardrossan 1800 (John Bull 17,"!)— Lady Eliza 18i3 by WilUworth ISOoiAgoni.'tes 1707)— 
Dim. I7'.ri of >i.adille 17tM(Hightlver 1T74)— Sylvia 17f3 by Y. Marske 1771 (Mar...ke 

_n:." IV 11 111.5 by Br. to Silvio (Cade 17-34).' 

C( 11 :■ - rer I7yt)-Clinkenna 1813 by Clinktr 18:5 (Sir Peter T. 17fHl—Pe«et 
v.> I 1 1 111 177.) (Svphon iTJO)— Termagant by Tantrum 17B0 (Cripple 17S0)— 
Cii 1 I V ^aiii|ison K"45iBlaze 1738). 

C' r ,11! - ivi , , 111, 11 (^iiiixnte i;s4i-Dau. 181S of Golumpus 1802 (Gohanna 1790i— Dau. 
;s, i.r iMviiiii-r 11 ! IniiiiiMior 1782)— Circle 1802 by St. George ns'.i (Highflyer 
17 I \'>i_;iil i; -1 1>} W 1 iil|n k er 1773 (Herod 1758). 

Blaei.l.itk 1^14 vU liituluck l,s :ii— Dan. IkIB of Phantom I8l8 (Vi'alton 1790)-Dan. IfOS 
of Overton 178S (King Fergus 177=)— Dan. 1796 of Walnut 1786 (Hitrhflyer 1774)— Dau. 
17i-6of Ruler 1777 (Y. Mar^ke 17711. 

Mulatto 1823 (Catton 1809)— Leda 18i4 by Filhoda-Puta 1812 (Haphazaid nfl7)— Treasure 
1809 by Camillus 1803 (Hambleionian 1792)— Dau. 1804 of Hvacinthus 1797 (Cori- 
ander 1786). 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 17731- Dan. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.~8)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Malchem 174t)— Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17841— Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 
of Herod 1738 (Tartar 174:i)— Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Vixen 17.=3 by 
Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17i'4). 






6 I"' . 



Desdemona, 
br. m., 1811. 



Euclid, 
ch. h., 1836. 



Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Julia 17(.9 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. Gian- 
tess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 17£8)- Giantess 1769 by Matcbem 1748 (Cade 
1734)-Molly Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Soothsayer 1808 (Sorei 
1798 6y Triimpat. 
1758)-Promise 1^ 



i>-; .f, 



-\\eb 1808 by Waxy 17C0 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-Penelope- 
■ etor 1767)— Prunella 1788 by Highflver 1774 (Herod 
I Snip 1736). 



• Gray 1804 by Timothy 17!'4 (Delpini 1781)— Lucy 
-Frenzy 1774 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1730)— Dau, 



Golumpus 18('2 (Gel 1 

1789 by Florizel lH.s ,11,. 

of Engineer 1756 tSanipsi.i 
Orville 1799 (Beninglimugh 1791 1— Fannv 1796 by Sir Peter T. 17P4 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Dau. 1788 of Diomed* 17;7 (Florizel 1768)— Desdemona 1770 by MarsUe 1750 (Squirt 

1732)-Y. Hag 1761 bv Skim 17411 1 Starling 1 727). 



Emilius 182ii (Oiville ir'.iDi Maria 18-,7 bv Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790)— Gibside Fairv 

1811 by Ileiiiics I7'.iii (Meieurx 1718 —Vicissitude 18(X) by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 

1776)— Beatrii e 17'.il hv sir IVtei T. 17S4 (Hightiver 1774). 

Cervantes 180 . ■ Don (^u'ixi.te 17S))-Marianne"l81ii bv Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 17821- 

IS114 liv Timothy 1794 (lielpiiii 1781)— Violet 17«7 by Shark* 1771 (Marske 

of Syphon 17."iO (Squirt 173i-'). 



B-S'^^d 



Tinioleon, 
ch. h.. 1813. 

Sist to 
Tuckahoc, 
ch. m., 1.814. 



Sir Ai.hv ISr, (Diomed 177T)— Dau. of *Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of Svmmes" 

Wililair 1767 ('Fearnought 1755)--Dau. of Tyler's Drivei' 1760 (*Othello)— Dau. ot 

»Fallower 17(il (Blank 1740). 
Ball's Florizel 1801 (*Diomed 177D— Dan. 1799of *Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Dau. 
I ot *Clockfa8t 1774 (Gimcrack 1760)— Dau. of Symmes' Wildair 1167 ('Fearnought 

; 1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 17(i7 by 'Fearnought n.'S (Regulus 17::9) . 

"Emilius 1820 (Orville 1799)-Icaria 1824 by The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 18081— Parma 

1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)- May 1804 by Beningbrough 1791 
I (King Fergus 1773)-Primrose 1787 Vv Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 17.=6) 
Sumpier 1818 (Sir Archy 1805)- Lady Grey 1817 by Robin Gfev 18:05 (•Rovalist 1790)— 

Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 (*Medlf-v 177i".i— Dau. of *Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Da u. of *rea rnouglit 17.55 (Regulus 1739i. 



Orvi 



iBe 






Daughter of, 
ch. in., 1822. 



lingbrough 1791)— Eleanor 1798 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltiam* 1780)- 
I ly Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 17f8)— Giantess 176!) by Matcbem 1748 

l!^■ Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

ii-lTough I791)-Dau. 1788 of Anvil 1777 (Herod 1158)- Virago 1764 
ilj 17.?6)— Dau, of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724) -Sist. 1730 to Othello 

1 i.rk Ar,). 

'I'liiii il 177;)— Dau. of *Citizen 17a5 (Pacolet 1763)— Dau. of 'Stirling 
H'^i'i Iiau. of 'Mousetrap 1767 (Y. Marske 1771)- Dau. of Harris' 

.■id i.il-lil 17.^5). 

: . 11 i>,-,!-Nril >ii;i,,i- i-i'i I V Wilkes' Wonder 18C0( 'Diomed 
l.iiiv liiMl 1: ''■ I 1 11:0')— Rosetta 1785 by »Ceutinel 1758 

' ' ""- -■ ■ - '■ ■' ' alioe by Ball's Florizel 1801 <*Diomed 
1773)— Dau. of *Clockfa6t 1774 (Gim- 



iinan 1787 (Pot-,^-vy- = ji,..-/ — ^yuu. «. 
lies' Wildair 1767 ('Fearnought 1755) 



177(ii— Dau.or ^nightly 



I'liiies \i iiaair i(0( i^DearuouguL hod). 

;'.ii|-Ro»ena 18-;6 by Sumpier 1818 (Sir Arcby 1805)— Ladv 
LV 1805 ('Royalist ]790)-Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 ('Medley 
,er 1784 (Highflyer 1774). 



ch. h.,1829. I 1^, 



i *Riddles- 
1 worth. 

: ch. h., 18-28. 
lOaacker Girl, 
ch. m.. 18.34. 



" Sultan 1816 (Selim 1802)- Trampoline 18-25 bv Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)— Web 
; IfOi by Waxy 1750 (Pot-R-o-'s 177.3)- Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)— Pi-unella 178S bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 
Mameluke 18»1 (Partisan I8II)— Bobadilla I8i5 by Bobadil 1813 (Rubens 18031- Pytho- 
I iiess 1813 bv Sorcerer 1798 (Ti-umpator 178'3)— Princess 1796 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 

' (Hi ghflyer 1774)- Dau. 1789 of Diing an non 1780 (Eclipse 1764)- 

"iMuIey 1810 (Orville 1799)— Dau. I815 nf Election 1804 (Gohanna 1790)— Fair Helen 1808 

bv Hambleionian 1792 (King Fcru'iis 177,.) Helen 1801 by Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 

1774)-Rosalind 1788 by Phenomenon its i i Ilen.d 17.58). 
Glencoe 1831 (Sultr.n 1816)-Marv Snntli ls:(i bv sir Richard 18-23 (Pacolet 18C6— Dan. 

of Tenn. Oscar 1815 (Wilke.-- Wonder IsiKii-Ledbetter M. by Sir Archy 1805 (»Diomed 

1777)— Dau. or 'Diomed 1777 I Florii ' 
Imiiiu,; l^■,'0 (Orville 171.9i-Fil c'ree 1 

bv Waxy 17(D) (Pnt-8.o-'s lT73l-l'el 

Pnmellii 17.88 by Highflve r 1774 (Herod 17.58). 



<I > bv Sooihsaver 1808 (Sorcerer 17961— Web 1608 
elope' 1798 by tnimpator 1782 (Conductor 1707J— 

'Diomed 



•Leviathan 18-,3 (Muley 1810)— Sally Burton b. m. 1822 ny Sir Archy 1605 ('Diomed 
17~)—Dau, of Junius ('Buzzard l'7S7)-Dau. of *CitizeD 1785 (Pacolet 1763)— *Barb 
Mare iiresenied to fresiiienl .TetTerson bv the Dev of Tunis in 18(6. 



12-2 The Brtrihrs' Ilaiid T.nok and Guidi'. 



CENTAUR. 

(Lalv THE FAVERDALE COLT.) 

Tlw properly of the. Estate of the Me D. I). Withers, BrooMale Stud, X. J. 
Used as private stallion or hi/ contract. 

Centaur, bay horse, bred in the Brookdalo Stud by Mr. D. D. Withers, by the uu- 
beateu Sensation, own brother to Stratford and Onondaga, son of imp. Leamington, 
dam imp. Faverdale. dam of Frolic, Oneko, Favoress, etc., by The Palmer, own 
brother to Rosicriician by Beadsman. The Palmer won the Ascot, Derby, Royal Stakes 
and Liverpool Autumn Cup, and is the sire of Jenny Howlet, winner of the Oaks, 
Pellegriiio, Pilgrimage (winner of the Dewhurst Plato, the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas), 
(Jrey Palmer, etc. His grandam Georgiana (full sister to Countess of Burlington, 
the dam of Cavendish and imp. Hartington, winner of the Cesarewitch Handicap) 
by Touchstone, winner of the St. Leger and one of tho most valuable stallions e\er 
bred in England. Touchstone sired Mowerina, the dam of West Australian, winner ■ 
of the 2,000 Guineas, the Derby and St. Leger. Mowerina, was out of Emma, sister to 
Caroline, the fourth dam of Centaur by Whisker, third dam Lady Emily by Muley 
Moloch, son of Muley, and sire of the famous Alice Hawthorn, dam of Thormanby, 
winner of the Derby, tracing through Gibside Fairy by Hermes, son of Mercury by 
Eclipse, to the D'Arcy black-legged Royal mare. Centaur was a first-class race-horse, 
winner at two years old of the Hopeful Stakes, J of a mile, 115 lbs., in 1.16, beating 
AVindfield, Diablo, etc. ; was second to French Park in Sequence Stakes, 5 furlongs in 
1.04 ; ran second to Tipstaff in the Sapling Stakes, f of a mile in 1.15i, conceding him 
10 lbs. ; ran second to Proctor Knott (conceding him 31bs.) in Junior Champion Stakes, 
} of a mile in 1.14, with Fresno, Salvator and Diablo behind him; won the Home Bred 
Produce Stakes, | of a mile, 115 lbs., in 1.161^, and thoCarterot Handicap, Jof a mile, 
with 121 lbs., in l.lGj^, beating Fresno, Fides, etc.; won tho Prospect Stakes, J of a 
mile, 115 lbs., in 1.17J, beating Diablo, Fresno, etc. ; won the Algeria Stakes, J of a 
mile, 120 lbs., in 1.16^, beating Senorita, etc. ; was unplaced in Tyro Stakes, won by 
Reporter. At three years old he was unplaced in tho Tidal Stakes, won by Salvator; 
won Handicap Sweepstake, lj[ miles, 112 lbs , in 2.2.3, beating Le Logos, Inverwick 
and Rei)orter ; ran third to Salvator and Longstreet in Lorillard Stakes, li miles iu 
2 :;7A, and was third to Madstone and Rhono in Newark Stakes, 1 mile in 1.43. He 
was injured in this race and never ran again. From his grand qualities as a race- 
horse and high breeding, he should bo a grand success as a stallion. He is descended 
in direct female lino fnnn the Black-legged Royal mare, to which also trace the fol- 
lowing excellent race-horses and successful stallions, Oroonoko, Saltram (imported), 
Beniugbrough, Williamson's Ditto, Cothcrstone, West Australian, Walton, Wild 
Dayrell, Par:u(^san, Diopliantus, Caterer, Lord Ronald, Ishmael, Wisdom, The Miser, 
.*<axifragi' and Harry O'Fallon, in America. 



Pot-8-o-'s 1"T3— Eclipse irfi4— A[arsko ITSii—Siiuirt ir-!0— nartlett's Childerf—Darley Arabian 1699. 



i-lla l>s by lliL'litly 



. Tiumpator 17S2 iCondnctor ITIIT;— Pru- 
Promisu 1768 by Snap 1750 iSnii) 17.'G)— 



t^ b. in., 18; 
. X— 



g 2.='i rri 



Castrel, 
ch. h., 1801. 



■ -^ S'^ -o 



br. 



Maid of 
Honor, 

., 1839. 



,M:i 



-olKinna ir'.'Oj- Tliak'Stris 1S09 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1784)-Rival 

I r. 1784 (Hisliflyer 1774)-Homet 17S>0 by Drone 1777 (.Herod n.^S)— 

iklfluder 1764 (Snap i;50>. 



Cliaiii.i I i,-, Woodpeclcer 17731— leriie 171 by Bai;iit 1789 (Herod 17.58)— Dau. of 

GaiiKilioe iliiistai-d 1741)— Patty by Tim 1752 (Squirt li32)— Mi8s Patch 1737 by Justice 

172) (H C. Litton Ar.). 

Ir. Escape 1832 (Commodarc 1793)— T. Heriiine bv Bat-ot 17f (Herod 1758)— Heroine 

. 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 1706 of Snap i75U (Snip 1738)— Sist. 1743 to Kegu- 

lus by God. Av. 17:;4. 



Buzzard* 178, (Wi^odpeclier 1773)- Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17C4)— Dan. of 
Higliflyer 1774 iHerod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)-Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 17.'^ '> (S,<)m]ison 17--5). 

Periiviin I ii,, ,^ii- Peter T. 1784)— Mnsidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 17&«-Maid- 
of :in-\\ ill r il t)v Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 
17 : ' > |i, :: i; :: Dau. of Regnlne 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Black). .ck loH (\\ laielock 180a)— Wagtail 1818 by Prime Minister IKIfl (Sancho ]SOn~ 
Tiauby'"s dam 1S12 bv Orville 1799 (Beninsbrough 179))- Mi.ss Grimstone 1793 by 
Weazle 1776 (Herod 17S8)-Dau. of Ancaster 1768 (Blank 1740). 

Champion 1812 (Sclim 1602)— Etiquette 1820 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)- Boa- 
dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)-Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eul'- 
land 17'41)-Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1731). 



rvi \ Timoleon, 
§3>l Ch. h., 1813. 
I j! Sist. to 
— " Tuckahoe, 
■= I ch. m., 1814. 



Sir Archy lt05 (*Diomed 1777)- Dau. of *Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of Svmmes' 
Wi'dair 1767 ("Fearnought 1755)— Dau. «f Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Othello)— Dau. of 

-Dau. 1799 of «Aldennan 1787 (Pot-,8-o-'B 1773)— Dau. 

of -I'l'icklast 177! ((Jiuicrack 17 
17.^Ti— Y. ICittv Fi-li. 



■ log *Sarpedon, 
; g;s| br. h., 1828. 

%i\ Rowena, 
•.= ^1 oh. m.,1826. 
^■^i 



Emilius 182.i (Ur\ille li',i..i-Icaria 18U by Tlir 
1813 by Dick Andrews 17"j7 (.Joe An'dri\v - 
' (King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Maml' 



Snmpter 1818 (Sir Arclii 
Maria 1802 by Milxii ' 
Dau. of =''Fearnoui: 1 



Ladv Grey H- 
[- 1.V 177(i)-Dai 
1 rsl7S9). 



01 ^ Ki 



! I \'andyke Jr. 1808)-Parma 
~^04 by Beningbrough 1791 
I ' Liiieerl756). 

i.rov 1805 (*Royalist 17911)- 
^'hllver 1784 (Highflyer 1774) — 



oTco I Sultan, 
S" b. h., 1810. 



^'^ j Trampoline, 
;»•= ch.m, 1S25. 



me 1809 by Ws Ditto 180(1 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Bau. 
()— Dan. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 



Selim 1802 (BuzzanI i 

1791 of Mercury 177s i I < ' 

by Mai-ske 1750 (Squiit i: 
Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)— Web ISPS bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'B 177.3)-Penelope 
1 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Prunell"a 171:8 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

17S8)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736) 



i S 'Barefoot. 

: oSj ch. h., 1820. 
5 d ' Ladv 

ft „■' Thonipkins, 



oil. 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)- Rosamond 17!S by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 
1 1773)— Roseberry 1792 by Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 175S1— Miss West 1777 by Matchem 
1748 (Cade 1734)- Sist. to Favourite by Reguius 1739 (God. Ar. 17211. 

Am. Eclipse 1814 (Duroc 180S)— Katv A"nn 182,5 by Ogles' Oscar ISft) («Gabriel 1790)— 
Medoc'sdam 1817 by 'Expedition 17(5 (Pegasus "17841— Maid of the O^iks 1801 by 
*Siiroad E;igle 1792 (Volunteer 1780)— Annette by ''Shark 1771 (Marske 1750 ). 



.t;?J Slieet Anchor 
•SS br. h., 1S32. 



Lady Moore 
C'arew, 

b. m., 18'0. 



Bay 
Middleton, 
b. h.. 13;3. 
Crnciflx, 
b. ra., 18'j7. 



Defence, 
b. h., 1821. 



Lottery 1820 (Tramp 1810)— Morgiana 1820 by Mnley 1810 (Orville 1799>— Miss Stephen- 
sou 1814 liy [Scud or] Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782) — Dau. 1796 of Precipitate* 
1787 (Jlercurv 1778)— Dau. 1787 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58). 

Priam* 1827 (Emilius 1820)-Dau. 1815 of Orville 1799 (Beuingbrough 1791) -Dau. 180O 
of Buzzard* 1787 (W'oodpecker 1773)— Hornpipe 1793 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
1767) -Luna 1779 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 17431. 



Camel 11-32 (WimKbone 18i.T)-Bauter 1626 by Master Heniy 18i5 (Orville 1799)— Boa- 
dicea 1807 by Alexander 1763 (EcUpse 1764)— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eng- 
land 1741)— Mayfly 1771 bv Slatcheni 174s (Cade 1734). 

Tramp 1810 (Dick An li. -v-. i,!i., i^itr i,<ji i i I'.u-tard 1813 (Castrel ISO])- Olymi.ia 
11-15 by Sir Oliver 1 . ~ : i . . • -. .: ,i 1795 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 175B)- 

Scota I783by Eclin '■ >: 



Sultan 1816 (SeJim 1 " im!,u.i. i--i l^ rim, imiu 1808 (Walton 17(!9)— Filagree 1815 
bv Soothsayer 160^ (Son orer nOtli-Web in 8 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Pene- 
lope 1793 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767) 

Priam* 1827 (Emilius 1820)— Octaviana 1815 by Octavian 1807 (Stripling 17fi5)-Dan. 1SC7' 
of Shuttle 1793 (T. Marske 1771)-Zara 1801 by Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Flora 
1789 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764). 



2i Whalebone, 

■is br. h., 1807. 

..a r 

\\Q= Daughter of, 



Whalebone 1607 (Waxy IVSlll- Defiance 18113 by Kul.ens 1H5 (Buzzard* 1787)— Little 
Follv l.oofi bv Highland Fling 1798 (Spadille 17&l)-Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 1760 
(Eclir.sp 17611- T.ady Sarah's dam 1785 by Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748). 

Mid.li--.' ! ; M'ba'ntom 1808)— Little Follv 1806 by Highland Fling 17n8 (Spadille 
irsi J 11 : :i liy Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 17&4)— "Dau. 1785 of Alfred 1770 (Match- 

_™i . I , .: ,_. li a 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732). 

Waxv i.'.u ,l'..i-,~„-s 1773)— Penelope 171:8 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Pni; 

1 nella 17SS bv Higliflyer 1774 (Herod 1738)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 

I Julia 17.56 by Blank"l740 (God. Ar. 17'24). 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787) - ilaiden IfOl bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 17T4)-Dau. 

I 17asof Phenomenon 1780 (Hr:n,ir-si "Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758)- 
Maiden 1770 by Match'- ' 



:ai~'ir 



,i,i MasterHenry, 
a 5 b. h., 1815. 



Muley. 
b. h., 1810. 



Nancy, 
b. m., 1813. 



OiTille 171.9 iBeiiiiigbnuii.'b i. '. - ■- jihia If-Oo bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 

1784)-SophiaI7'.8byBuz;':ii i i,-. i w oM,ipecker 1773)- Huncamunca 1787 by High- 
flyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)-CvpiRT li ,2 r.v Squirrel 17.''-4 (Traveller 173.5). 
Alexander 1762 (Eclipse 17L4)-Brnnette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Ei gland 1741)— May- 
fly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)-Dau. 1755 of Anc. Starling 1738 (Starling 

1727)-L ook-at me-Lads 1731 by Grnsslioppcr (Byerlv Turk). 

! I, K Whiskey 1789 fSaltrani' 1780)-Y; 

' uiiess 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

■ . '■' ::...l. Ar. 1724). 

■i.inii- isOO by Beningbrough 1761 (King 

1762)- Dau. of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 



Kl. 



iville 1,9.1 (Beuiiigbniugh 17 
Giantess 17'.)0 bv Diomed* 17 
1734)-Molly Long Legs 17.53 by Hali 
ick .\iidrews 17!t7 (Joe .\ndrews i; 
FiTL'ii- i;::i IViii <if Y. Sir Peter 17 
171 I'll I '\ ;l-^un Arabian. 



iDoi; 



^~~ Slanirrkiii h, ni 
niacklcgged Royal niaie. 



77.3)- Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
■!■ 1774 (Herod 1758)- Promise 17i'iH by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36)- 

Hi Ai- 17211 . 

\ h --itiiiii- b. m. 1800 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 1771.) 
^ I I'll 1 . 17S4 (Highflyer 1774)— Pvrrlia b. m. 1771 by Match- 
HiHli.— b. m. 1718 hy Whitenose 1742 (God. Ar. 1724i— Miss 
(' h\ Y. True Blue "1718 (Uoneywood Ar.)-Dau. of Lord 



The Breeders' Hand Bunk und (iinde. 



CHANCE. 

Tlie propertii of Mr. James B. Clan, Iroquois Stud, Lexington. Stallion adver- 
tised for indjlic service each year. 



Chance, chestnut horse, foaled 1881, bred l)y the late James A. Grlnstead, Waluut 
Hill Stud, Ky., by War Dance, son of Lexington and the famous Reel, dam of Le- 
compte (tlio only horse that ever beat Lexington), Starke, ■winner of the Goodwood 
Cup, and Prioress, winner of the Cesarewitch Handicap, etc., by imp. Gleucoe, ont 
of imp. Gallopade by Cattou. Chance was a good race-horse; won two races out of 
four starts, and was second in one. Won Colt Stake, | mile, 105 lbs., in0..50^; won 
purse, 5 furlongs, in 1.0.")^. As three-years old won purse, J of a mile, 109 lbs., in 
1.171; won purse, % of a mile heats, 104 lbs., in 1.18A, 1.18j, track slow; won Falls 
City Stakes, 1 ("j miles, 108 lbs., in 1.55, beating Highflight, Aretino and others, and was 
placed in other races. Was placed in several good races at four years old. At five 
years old won purse, li miles, 112 lbs., in 1.57 ; second to Matinee, l^j,- miles, 108 lbs., 
in 1.50i ; second to Modesty, IJ miles, in 2.11 ; was third in the Tobacco Stakes and two- 
other races. At six years old won 1 mile 70 yards in 1.51J ; won f of a mile in 1.16J ; 
7 furlongs in 1.30^, 107 lbs., track heavy ; was second in one race and third in three. 
His dam. Perhaps, is the dam of Perplex, Doubt, Dilemma and the speedy, good race- 
mare Reckon by imp. Australian, she out of Mishap by imp. Knight of St. George by 
Irish Birdcatcher. Mishap, the second dam, produced Crockford, Misfortune (dam 
of Mistake, a good winner in England, Hopeful, Syntax and Miss Dance, Walcott'a 
dam), Sophj' (dam of Repose, Pelham's dam) and Mischief (dam of Judge Hughes). 
Lorettc, the third dam, i)roduced Regan, Ada A. (late Ada Allen), Sophy Badderly 
and I'caceful. Of these Regan was the ilam of \'igil. Vera Cruz, Jennie D. (dam of 
Grismcr, Verauo and Lijero), Jennie B. (dam of Primero, Ganymede and Honduras), 
Jolly Sir John, Vengeance and Printer (late Last Chance). Ada A. produced Patsey 
Dufl'y, Frank Rhoads, Leon (the two last named each winners of the California 
Stakes, etc.), Lizzie P. (dam of Idalene Cotton and Louis P.) and Rosa G. (dam of 
Tom O'Hara and Fanny .1.). Sophy Badderley pniducod the winners Peytona Barry 
(dam of Bob Thomas and Worth), Bob Pate and Martindale, while from Peaceful, the 
last of Lorette's daughters, came the winners Montezuma and Steve Jerome. It is a 
noted racing and producing family in both America and England ; from it came 
Henry Perritt, Mogul, Cazique, Our Ban, in addition to those above, and in England 
Florizel, Election, Royal Oak, Mulatto, The ^Palmer, Rosicruciam, Dutch Skater, 
Doncastor, Gladiateur, Hermit (by Newininster), sire of imp. St. Blaise, etc. Chance 
should be a success in the stud ; he combines the bc^st racing blood and is from a 
racing and producing family. He is sire of Eagle Bird, a good two year old, and the 
Narka colt, both winners. He is descended in direct female line from the Masscy 
marc, to which trace Trentham, Florizel, Election, t^uiz. Royal Oak, Mulatto, De- 
fence, The Palmer, Rosicrucian, Dutch Skater, Doucaster, Gladiateur, Hermit (by 
Newmiuster), The .Merry Monarch, Uaiktlmr)) and other good ones. 



Florizel ITilfJ— ncrcul 175S-Tarlar ir4.'l- Pint nor 1T18- Jigg-Byerly Turk, about 1685. 



,§•=_ Daughter of, 
Z^ja , ell. m.. — . 



0? 
0;r 



fe il. 









Ball's 

Flovi/.el, 

ch. h., 18J1. 

Daughter of, 

b. rii., 1799. 



Baceliante, 
br. m., 1809. 



Tramp, 
b. h., 1810. 



Cjinillua. 
gr. h., 1803. 



iBalir.hMii 17 11'' I'm. ><( \V~ F,,rcslrr i;.-,ilil''. 
*SaUiani i;s(i,i:, i,,.. i:,,i -Dmi. ul .SMiinn'.s' Wjldair 1T;;7 i*Fe.irnou2ht ir.55i-Dau. 

of 'IM.r- Inn. I i;.,i i iiliello)-Dau. of'Faliower ITIJl Clilank"ir40) -Dau. of 

_ «Vain|mr ]-.:,-. i;, , - i;.ni. 

*DibiiR.l li,, ill, .11/. I i,i,Mi-Dau. of»t-hark 1771 (Marske ireo)-Dau. of Harris' 

Eclipse Hill r Fi.anKiii>;ht 1765)-Dau. of "Fearnought 1T65 (Refjulus 1739)— Dau. of 

•Jolly Koger lT-11 (.Rounrtheatl 17331. 
•Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'? 1773)— Dau. of *Clockra8t 1774 (Gimcrack 17fO)-Dau. of 

Synimes' V7ililair 17i;7 (*FcanH>iiglit 175.-ii - Y. Kittv Fisher 1767 by *Fearnought 1755 

_ iRegulus 17.'):h Kill^ T'i-l,.'! K":. l.i C ,.1,. 17" I . ' hi.1 Ar. 17241 . 

Orvillr i;:i:i .lluiii. ;;i.r..iii I. i ,■ ' I . ■ i - .. '. 

Dau. nii'.iof WliiVk.n ],-'• .^ . I , :. I ^ . 1. 

(Ollio 17V01 Diz/.v k:.; Li I; n.k .i \ 

The Flyer 1814 iVanmk.. .h. i^..-, I'ln . i-i: ! 

1778)-May 1804 by K,.|iinL-br.iiiL-li i;-: !> .1 

brino 17118 lEnginei-r i;:.i;i ( i uk.'r i ; ;.'. i. II 



Sir Archy ItO.'i i 
Dau. 1788 of ' ' 
1734)— *Cul> II. 

Robin Grey Imi 
■-Highflyer i;m 
Ariel 1756 (*Ti:i 



Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 
775)— Primrose 1787 by Jlam- 
I T artar 1743); 



rl74r 



Buzzard* 



r .Eclip>e ITMI SI 
lb 17.39 (Fox 1714). 

90)-Maria 1808 by Melzar 1791 (*Medley 1776)- Dan. of 
774)— Dau. of 'Fearnought 1755 iRcgulus 1739j— Dau. of 

Ipicker 177.1)- Dau. of Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 1764)-Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Heroil 175S)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Malchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 17.56 (Samjison 1745). 

W'g Ditto IhOO (Sir Peier T. 1784)— Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse nM)— Dan. 1776 
of Heiiid 1758 (Tartar 1743i— Follv 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 17.32)— Vixen 1753 by 
Regu lus 1739 (God. Ar. 17841. 

Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrexs 1778)— Dau. IS03 of Gohanna 17l!0 (Mercury 1778)— 
Praxinella 1793 by Treniham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
1773 (Herod 1758>— Everlasting 1775 bv Eclipse 1784 (Marske n.'iO). 

Waxy 17Si0iPot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 bvTrumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1753)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1760 (Snip 1736)— 
Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 



Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)- Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— (?a- 

milla 1778 by Trentham 176(5 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1715 by Compton 

Barb Sist. 1743 to licgulus by God. Ar. 1724. 
Timothy 1794 (D.l.ini 1781)- Lucv 17,«9 bv Floiizel 1768 (Herod 1758)- Frenzy 1774 by 

Eclipse 1761 iMar>ke 1750)— Dau. of Engineer 1766 (Sampson 1746)— Dau. 1763 of 

Blan k 1740 gioi l. Ar. 17241. 

Hambletohiau 1792 (King Fergus 17T5)-Faith 1779 by Pacolet 1763 (Blank 1740)- Ata- 

lanta 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17.34i - Y. Laes-of-the-Mill 1756 by Oroonoko 1746 

(Crab 1722)-Dau. 1744 of Ti avcller 1735 (Partner 1718i. 
Sm.>lensko ISIO (Sorcerer ITCOi-Miss Cadui.n IHll by Oryille 1799 (Beningbrough 

null Dull. 1790 of \\eallieir(.(k 17K-, (lli<;lillver 1774)-Coia 1777 by Matchem 1748 
rule K:;0-I);m. .ifl'iirk l7Ciil iRe^iilu^ 17:11)^ 






Cuius ish;. s..r.er.'i- 17' i7i clink. ■riiui l-l'.' bv Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 17H4)-Pewet 

17.-1(1 by Taiulcm 1773 iSyphou irjUi-Teimagant by Tanirum 1760 (Cripple 1750)— 

Cantairice by Sampson 1743 (Blaze 17:33). 

Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote 1784)— Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1803 iGohanna 1790)— Dau. 

1810 of Pavnator 1791 (Trumpator lT82i- Circle 1802 by St. George 1789 (Highflyer 

1774)— .M>iga il 1788 by Hiebflver 1774 i Herod 17.5.'^) 

1S26 bv Ma-ier Henry 1815 (Orville 1799)-Boa- 
irilli Kriiuette by Amarauthus 1766 (Old Eng- 



Camel 1822 (Whalebo 

dicea 1807 by Al 

land 171])-Mayfly 1771 In .Miiilun, ins (Cade 1734 
Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790) -CUbside Fairv 1811 bv Hermes 1790(Mercurv 1778)— Vioissi 

tilde 1800 by Pipator 1786 ilniperator 17761— Beatrice 1791 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (High. 

flyer 1774i-Pvrrha 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 



Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 17911—Emily 1810 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 

Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Salti-am* 1780)-Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 

(Othon760)~Dizzy 1767 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 
Scud 1804 (Beningbrough 1791) -Goosander 1805 by Hambletonian 1793 (King Fergus 

17751 -Rallv 179.1 by Trumpator 1783 (Cnndnctor 1767)- Fancy 1780 by Florizel 1768 

(Herod 1758)- Sist. 1763 to Juno by Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722). 



Guiccioli, 
ch. m., 1833. 



v 1790 (Pot 8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 b, 

nella 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 i Herod 1758)-Pr 
Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. lT34i. 

[Seliin (ir) S'oihsaver 18(18 (Sorcerfi i;-... ' 
nsri CaHieviiii- 1795 by Woodpeckei I, : I 
iriiil iT. Su.epstiikes 1 743)— Coqiiet i. I 

Wlialeboiiei.siir I Waxv 47901 -Peri 183-' k w i 
1809 by .Alexander 1782 (Eclipiie 17VH) R 



npator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
■e 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 

1H17 by Bobtail 1795 i Precipitate* 
: il.".M)-Caniilla 1778 by Trentham 

i.'ii Barb^ 

. 1 isll (Gohanna 179(i)-Thnlesiris 
SI by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 



O c 



Hetman 

Platoff, 

h. h., 1836. 

Waterwiich, 

blk. m., 1833. 



MaryThoma 



1774)— Hornet 1790 by Drone 1777 (Herod 1758). 
Bob Booty 1804 (Chanlicleer 1787)-? light 1S09 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)— 
Y. Heroine bv B.ii:oi 17S0 .U.-rod 1758i-Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 17341— Dau. 

1766 of Sna i. r,.'. ^n 1 1. i : ii: i. 

Bruiandorf ls\.'i i l;i, i i i k i-i ii Dau. Is20 of Comns 1809 (Sorcerer 1796)— Mai-ciana 
1809bv Staiiii.. - Tier T. 17841— Marcia 1797 bv Coriander 1780 (Pot-8-o-'6 

17711 'Fnilk 1,1 ! ;, , ; . 17k3 (Blank 1740). 
SirH.riii: - !-. \i 1. i :. i. n. l-or. Mai-y Anne 1820 bv Waxy Pope 1806 (Waxy 1790)— 

Wit. li i-ii - I- I ;:ir. (I'nnniiator 1782)— Miss Bnckle" 1804 by Precipitate* 1787 

:i iis^.ii II L-kil.ver 1774 (Herod 17581. 

ii.iii-li 17:ili-I-:mily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784i— 
;ev 17811 (Saltiam* ;7801— Grev Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
17.77 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 

er 1791-,) Ladv Rachel 1805 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 

" ■ 17S0 .Fetipse 1764)— Rachel 1790 bv Highflyer 1774 

rt 17.33). 



J^Iel 
Orville 
I Da 



ill. 



1799 01' \Vlii> 
(Otho 1760)- niy.xy 

Bourlxm 1811 (Soree 
Y. Rachel 17'.i9 bv ' 
(Herod 1758)- Pan." 17 

*Glencoe 1831 (Sultan i 
by Merlin 1815 (Cast 
Lass 1796 by Buzzari 



kk- Is 



In Kn 



I 1X11. 



.\l. 



K 17 



.Wnodpeeker 1773). 



ilius 1820 (Orville lT99i— Mustard 1824 
rcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— Hornby 



Jonsol 1838 (Lottery 1830)— Parrot b. m 1825 by Roanoke 1817 (Sir Archy 1805)— Paro- 
quet b. m. 1819 by •Merryfleld 1808 (Cockflghler 17961— *P«pinjay mare b. m. 1808 by 
Popinjay 1797 (Buzzard* 17871— Bourbon's dam gr. ra. 1797 by Precipitate* 1787 

— (Mercury 1778) -Y. TiflSny gr. m. 1787 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Tiflanv gr. m. 

5 by Eclip=e 1764 (Marske 17.50)— Y. Haggr. m. 1761 by Skim 1746 (Starling 17371— Hag gr. m. 1744 by Crab 1722 (Alcock 

)-Ebony b. m. 1738 by Flying Childers 1715 (Darley Ar. 1699)-01d Ekony blk. m. 1714 by Basto 1702 (Byerlv Turk)— 

ke of Rutland's Massey mare by Massey's Black Barb. 



The Breeder^ Hand Booh and Guide. 



IMPORTED CHARAXUS. 

WIXXER OF THK LIVIZRPOOL XrKSKRY STAKES, WORCESTER CUP. 
TRADESMAN WELTEK CTP, CRAVEN STAKES AND OTHER GOOD 
RACES. 

The property of dipt. li. J. Hancock, Ellerslie Stud, Overton, Va. Yearthujs 
sold annualli/. Service by contract. 

Cii.vKAxrs, bay horse, foaled 1876, bred by Mr. ,J. Ci. Watkins, by Distiu, Bon of 
Tnimiieter by Orlando by Tourlistone, dam Sappho by Kingston, son of Venison, out of 
Sacrifice by Voltaire, sou of Blacklock, etc. Distin, the sire of Charaxus, comes from 
a racing family. Miss Bowzer, his dam, is the grandam of Craig Millar, winner of 
the St. Luger and Doncaster Cup, she out of Mangosteeu, sister to imp. Mango, 
winner of the St. Leger, and to Preserve, winner of the 1,000 Guineas, and grandam 
of Speculum, winner of the Goodwood Cup. Trnmi)eter, sire of Distin, is the sire of 
Plutus, graudsire of Rayon d'Or. Distin is the sire of Avontes, a good race-horse and 
winner of a number of important raecs, and is the sire of Netheravon, a good winner. 
Kingston, sire of Charaxus" dam, won the Goodwood Cup and was a popular sire in 
England, and is the sire of Babta, imp. Glenelg's dam, imji. Eltliam Lass, dam of 
Kinglisbcr, Caractacus, winner of the Derby, imp. Bluemantle, Queen Bertha, 
winner of the Oaks and dam of Spinaway, Wheel of Fortune, both winners of the 
1,000 Guin(^as and Oaks. Sacrifice, his grandam, is also grandam of Devotion, the 
dam of Tliebais, winner of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, the unbeaten Clairvaux, St. 
Marguerite, winner of the 1,000 Guineas and dam of Seabreeze, winner of the Oaks 
aiul St. Leger by Voltaire, the sire of Jinglish A'oltigcur, who won the Derb.v and St. 
Leger and sired imp. Billet, sire of Barnes, Runnymede, Miss Woodford, etc., and 
A'edette, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, he the sire of Galopin, winner of the Derby. 
Galopin is the sire of .St. Simon, the most popular stallion in England, Galliard, 
winner of the 2,000 Guineas, and Donovan, who won both the Derby and .St. Leger in 
1889, she out of Virginia, the dam of Virago, winner of the 1.000 Guineas, Goodwood 
and Doncaster Cujis, aud full sister to Puce, dam of Flea, winner of the 1,000 Guineas 
and grandam of The Ugly Buck, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, by the St. Leger 
winner imp. Rowton. Virginia is out of Pucelle by Muley, she out of Medora, winner 
of the Oaks, and dam of Gulnare, an Oaks winner, by Selim. The pedigree runs back 
through fashionable channels to the Layton Barb nuire, to which trace Kal.setto an<l 
Iro<|noi8, and from Golden Grove back the pedigree is identical with that of Iroquois. 
To the same fountain head trace also Powhattan, Pande, Rebel, Virgiliau, La Hen- 
derson, Ferida, Aella and many others of note on this side and in England. Matcheni, 
Inheritor, Annandale, Ion, Simoom, St. Honorat all descent in direct female line, ami 
are a few of the e(iuine wonders that trace directly to this family. As a race-horse 
Charaxus was distinguished. At two years old he won the Liverpool Nursery 
Stakes, in which ho beat Stratlieonan. At three he won the Worcester Welter Cup, 
1 mile, 112 lbs, the Shobdou Welter Cup, 1 mile, carrying in the latter race 127 
lbs., the Alexandra Handicaji, U miles, lU lbs. At five he won the Herefordshire 
Cu]). the Birmingham Autumn Ilandica]) and the Worcester Autumn Handicap. At 
six he won Easter Ilandica)) Plate, 1} miles, carrying 136 lbs., at Bath, won the 
County McmlxMs' Plate, 1 mile, carrying 14.") lbs., a mile Selling Welter Race, 
carrying l.')6 lbs., Worcestershire Stakes (Handicap), IJ miles, 124 lbs., Worcester 
Tnidesmen's Welter Cup, 1 mile, with 168 lbs., the Shepperton Handicap Stakes, 
U miles, 132 ll)s., aud Her Majesty's Plate, at Lichtiid.l, 2 miles, 137 lbs. At seven 
he won the Craven Stakes, li mih^s, 11.') lbs., at Gooilwood. From this it will be seen 
that the career of Charaxus on the turf was very highly successful, and his form and 
royal pedigree should insure his success as a sire of race-horses. Tho only ones oi 
his get tried. Capstone, Katie C. (Hetty Cary), Charade, Lester, Annie W., Lallah, 
Character, Haminie aud Ma Belle, are good ones and winners in first-class company. 



Waxy 1790— Pot-S-o-'s 1773— Eclipse 17i'4— 5I:ir-kc nsO-Sfnii" ir:V2— Bartlett'8 Chililers— Darley Arabian 16;)3. 



los 



Laogar, 
ch. b., 1817 



Sandbeck, 
b. h., 1818. 



Emllius. 
b. h., 1820. 



WJiizgig, 
ch. ra., 1810. 



Sultan, 
b. h., 1816. 



Ciibweh, 
?-■ b. m, 1821. 



Whak-i one- In 
Sir Putrr T 
Matron 17S,' 

Mastir Hiur> 
neile by An 
IT.Ml— Uau 



Vi-JT). 



-MaiilLU I^C1 by 
i;,su (Herod IToS)— 



nder 178-^ (Eclipse ITW)— Bru- 
1771 by Matchem 1T4S (Cade 



'M (Sir Peter T, 1784)-Y. Giantess 
II!) by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 



Selim 180a (Bu/.„uul i-,,s, i-li,.u. iMi-^ ij 

17!;0 by Dioiuud- K77 (Flurizel 1708)- 

Mollv Long Legs 175'i bv Pabraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Bustard 1853 iCastrel l!-01)-Olynipia 1815 by Sir Oliver IfOO {Sir Peter T. 1784i— Scotilla 

17:5 by Anvil n77 (Herod 17.,8)-Scota 1783 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Harmony 

— 5 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 



Catton 11-0'.) (Grilumpus 180ai- Or\'illiDa 1804 by Beningbrough 171)1 (Kins; Fergus 1775) — 
Evelina 1791 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758 1— Termagant by Tantrum 17tiO tCripple 
17!0)— Cantatrice by Sampson 17-15 iBIaze 1733). 

Selini 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Dau. of Skyscraper 1786 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 1796 of 
Dragon* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Fidget's dam 1777 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17.S4)— 
Dau. 1770 of Sviihon 17.'0 (Squirt 17:^a). 



Orvillc 179:) (Beningbrough 17-.)1]— Emily 1810 bv Stamford 1794 (SirPeterT. 1781)— Dau. 

179flof Whiskey 17!-9(Saltram* 1780)"Grev Dorimant 1781 bv Dorimant 1772 (Oiho 

1760)— Dizzy 17.57 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar."l7*4). 
Rubens 1805 (Buzzard • 17S71— Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 



:ITl 



•<i I75S)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736) 

;04). 



• It-m by W's Ditto 1800 (Sic Peter T. 17S4)-Dau. 
' 4)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 



Selim 180i(B(i//,iM .,-. . 1: i ' 

1791 of Mcvcuiv i;;-. . Kr ii - 

1771 by Marske 17.50 (Squiit K 
Phantom 1808 (Walton K99)- Filagree 1815 l)v Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 17%)- Web 

1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-F-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1718 bv Tmmpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)-Priinolla 1788 bv Hi-htiv.r 1771 (Herod 17.58). 



' ■ Emilius. 
^5 b. h., 1820. 

S 5 Harriet, 
'-C blk. m., 1819. 



Orville 17l9(Benin2l>T"ii_. . ,: i Im i-m hv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1781)- 

Dau. 179.1 of Whisk, \ - ^ .- Grev Dorimant 1781 l)y Dorimant 1778 

(Oiho 17i:0)— Dizzv i;-; I. ;, i, . Ar. 1724). 

Pericles 18i:9 (Evander l-ni iiaii. i-i' -1 s.lim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Pipvlina 18r3 by 

SirPeterT. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)-Rallv 1790 bv Ti-umpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— 

Fancy 1780 (Sist. to »Diomcd) bv Florizel 17t8 (Herod 1758). 



Orville, 
b. h., 1709. 






._:^ i Merlin. 
gSj ch. h., 1815. 



Beningbrough 1)91 (King Fergus i77.o)-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5 8)— 

Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Crii>ple 1750)— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1733)— 

Dau. 1757 of Regulns 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784) -Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 178n)-Grey 

Dorimant 1781 bv Dorimant 1172 (Otho 176fl)-Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 

1724)- AD C. Dizzv 1741 by Driver 1727 (Wynn Ar.). 



Casti el 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)- Miss Newton 1804 bv Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Tipple 

Cyder 1788 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1761)— Sylvia 178:3 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 

1750)-Ferret 1765byB(0. to Silvio (Cade 17.S4). 
Sorcerer 179 i (Tnmipator 17h2 1— Hornby Lass 1796 by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 

1773)-Puzzle 1718 liv Match, m Ul,? iCade 17.34)— Princess 1769 bv Herod 1758 .Tartar 

174:))— lulia 17.'H by Blank 1740 ,God. Ar. 17:4). 



SirPeterT. 17^44 (Highflver 17T4)-Arethusa 1792 bv Diingannon 1780 (Eclipse 17C,4)— 

Dau. 1777 of Prophet 17(;0 (Eegnlus 1739) -Virago 1764 by Snap 1750 (Snio 17:36)— Dau. 

of Regulus n:)9 (God. Ar. 1724). 
ipot-8-o-"s 1773 (Eclipse 17i'41— Prunella 17F8 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 

1768 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736)- Julia 1756 by" Blank 1740 (God Ar. 1724)— Spectator's 

Dam 17:35 l)v Partne r 1718 (Jigg). 



o„„,„„.. „ Sorcerer 1766 (Trumpator 178v)— Wowski 1797 by Mentor 1784 (Justice 17741— Slaria 1777 
aanueuBM), j,y Herod 1758 (Tartar 174:3)-Lisette 1772 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Miss Windsor 
blk. h., 1810. I j-54 ^y Qgd j^j. ,-.34_ 

T hno Gohanna 1790 (Mercurv 1778)-Camilla 1778 bv Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 174;)— 
jerD(ja, i coquette 1764 bv Compton Barb— Sist. 1743 "to R(-g((lus bv God. Ar. 1724— Grey Roi.in- 
D. m., 18U.3. I g„„ ,-._,3 ^y Bijij Gallowav (St. Victor Barb . 



a Si 



S3 Octavian, 
,25 ch. h., 1807. 



_ Daughter of, 



S •= 1 






olen.^ko 1810 (Sorcerer 17S6)— Ladv Mary 
.)— Dau. of Highflyer 1774 (Herod "l758)— 



Catton lSti9 (Golumpus 18(/-i-Dii(i. ISiSof S) 

1800 bv Beniiiglirough 1791 (Kiicj F.tl'ms 17 

Sist. to Miss Bell bv Marske r,.5 i iS,,i,,rt 17.i-.'i. 
Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 17:1 1- Eifini Lass 1803 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflver 

1774)— Alexina 178S bv King Fergus i;;5 (E(.lipse 1764)- LardeUa 1780 by Y. MarJke 

1771 (Marske 1750) -Dau. of Y. Cade 1747 (Cade 17:i4). 



Stripling 1795 (Phenomenon 17,-I)|— Dau. 1797 ol Oberon 1790 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 1779 
of Ranthos 1763 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. of T. Sweepstakes 1743 (B. Sweepstakes 1722)— 
Sist. 174S to Careless bv Hutton's Spot 1728 (Hartley's Blind Horse). 

Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 1m 1)-Katharine 1798 bv Delpini 1781 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 
178(;of Paj-ma^ler 176 (Blank 1740)— Dau. 1774 of Le Sang 1759 (Changeling 1747)— 
Dau. 1751 of Rib 173) (Crab 17-;2) 

Hambletonian 1792 (King Fergus 1775)— Rosalind 1788 by Phenomenon 1760 (Herod 
17.58)-Atalanta 1769 by Matchem 17)8 (Cade 1734)— Y. Lass of the Mill 1756 bv Oroo- 
noko 1745 (Crab 1722)— Dau. 1744 of Traveller 1735 (Partner 1718). 

Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'6 1773)-Wildgoose 1712 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— 
Coheiress 178B by Pot-8-o'-s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Manilla 1777 by Goldflnder 1,64 
(Snap 1)50)- Dau. K65 of Old England 1741 (God. Ar. 1)^). 



Daughter of, 
b. m., 1802. 



Mcdora, 
h. m., 1811. 



Walton 1,S9 (Sir Peter T. 1)84)— Julia 1799 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)- Y^ 

Giantess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel n68)-Giantess 1769 hv Matchem 1748 (Cade 

17:M)— Mollv Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724); 
Overton 1788 (King Fergus 1775)— Dau. 1796 ofWalnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 17)-6 

of Ruler 1777 (Y. Marske 1771)— Piracantha 1772 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— Pro- 

lihetess 17.58 by Regains 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724). 



Camillus 1«('3 (Ham)>letonian 1792i— Dau. 1797 of Ruler 1777 (Marske 1771)— Treecreeper 

1189 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1779 of Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 

1743)— Cunegonde 1769 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
VVoful 1809 (Waxy 1790)- Landscape 1813 by Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 1787)-Iris 1795 by 

Brush 17NJ (Eclipse 17fr4)-Dau. of Herod 1758 (Tartar 174:3)-Doctor"s sist. 1774 by 

Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 1750). 



Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Eleanor 1798 bv Whiskey 1789 (Salirat 
Giantess 17^0 hv Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 176s) Giantess 1769 by Matche 
1734) -Molly Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1710 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Selim li-02 (Buzzard l.ti?)- Uau. ch. in. 1X13 of Sir Harry" 1795 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Dan. of ch. m. 1)93 by Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse i)64)-Dau. of b. m. 1779 Herod 1758 

(Tartar 1743) -Golden Grove ch. m. 1760 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. i:24i— Spinster (the 

^^^-^——— Widdrington mare) ch. m. 1735 bv Partner "1718 (Jigg)- Bay Bloody Buttocks b. m.l729 
altocks— Sist 1722 to Guy bv Greyhound (Chillaby)— Brown Farewell br. m. 1710 by Makelcss (Oglethorpe 
f Brimmer (D'.Vrcy Yellow Turk)— Dau. of Place's White Turk-Dau. of Dodsworlh— Layton Barb Mare. 



128 The Breeders^ Jliunl Bonk and (iiiide. 



IMPORTED CHEVIOT 

WINNER OF THK CANTERBURY DERBY, MIDSUMMER HANDICAP AND 
CRAVEN «TAKE8, AUSTRALIA. 

Is in file Fairview Stud of Jlessrs. Charles Meed i(- Sons, Gallatin, Tenn. 
Yearlings sold annuaUi/. 

Cheviot, bay horse, brother to Sir Moilreil, foaled l!S79, bred iu the MiiUUe Park 
Stud, New Zealand, by Traducer, dam Idalia by Cambuscaii, graudam Dukibella 
by Voltigeur, out of Priestess by The Doctor. Imported Sir Modrod and Cheviot 
were both great race-horses in Australia, and both have become decided successes 
ill the stud iu America. Cheviot wou the Cauterbury Derby, Midsummer Handicap, 
2 miles, 120 lbs., and Craven Stakes, li miles, 133 lbs., and only Sir Modred, his 
brother, could beat him for the Canterbury Cup. Cheviot is still at the beginning 
of his stud career. With the same opportunities, he will take eijual rank with his 
older brother as a sire. Among his get, very limited in number, are the following : 
Osric (winner of the Expectation Stakes last year), Gonzales (a winner last season 
and of four races this year), Dr. Ross, Vernon, Bernardo (who has captured live races 
this year, 6 furlongs m 1.15, 1.15,| and l.Kif, each time with 119 lbs., 7 furlongs iu 
1.26, with 124 lbs., and 1 mile 70 yards in 1.48), Princess, half a mile in 0.481, with 
11.5 lbs.), Castanet (4| furlongs in 0.58|), Mezzotint (a two-year old winner this 
year at 5 furlongs), Adolph (another two-year old. that defeated a good held this 
spring at San Francisco), Prize (a two-year old winner at Washington Park, Chicago, 
this year from a field of fifteen), and Bridal Veil (winner of Ladies' Stakes, St. 
Paul, Minn., this year). Cheviot's sire, Traducer, was bred in England, by The Libel 
(son of Pantaloon) and Arethusa. Traducer was the best stallion that ever stood iu 
New Zealand. From 1867 to 18?1 he got nine winners of the Canterbury Derby, the 
greatest event in that country, viz. : Scandal, Envy, Defamation, Calumny, Trump 
Card, Natator, Sir Modred, The Dauphin and Cheviot. In three of these years bis 
get ran first, second and third, and in two others first and second. He also got Van- 
guard (winner of the New Zealand Cup), Welcome Jack (winner of the Canterbury 
Cup), and Lurline, a great mare, out of imp. Mermaid. Lnrliue produced Darebin, 
who won the Victoria Derby of 1881, and the best horse of his time throughout Austra- 
lia. Traducer was to New Zealand and Australia what Lexington or Leamington was 
to us, or Hermit was to England. Idalia, dam of Cheviot and Sir Modred, was the only 
Cambuscan mare imported to the colonies. She produced Betrayer, .Sir Modred, 
Idalium, Cheviot, July, all by Traducer, Liverpool by King of Clubs, chestuut filly 
by Ai)reuiont, and a bay filly by Apreinont. Betrayer won the Canterbury Cham- 
jiagnc Stakes, Canterbury Cup, Waugaual Cup and Timaru Cup. Sir Modred won 
tlieDunedin Champagne Stakes, Canterbury Champagne Stakes, Dunediii Cup, Can- 
terbury Derby, Timaru Cup, Dunedin Birthday Handicap, Canterbury Cup, Christ 
Church Plate and the Sydney Great Metropolitan. July ran seirond for the Dunedin 
Cup. liiverpool won the Welcome Stakes. Cheviot won the Cauterbury Derby, 
Midsummer Handicap and Craven Stakes, and only Sir Modred, his brother, was 
able to l)eat him for the Canterbury Cup. Idalia was the Pocahontas of New Zea- 
land, the queen of its stud. In blood slie is rare, being a sister to Onslow (who beat 
Cremorne, in England, in 1871) by Cambuscan, out of Dnlcibella, wlio won the Ce- 
Karewitch in l^'60. Thus her grandams are old Bee's-wing(Newiniiisters dam). South- 
down (.Vlarm's dam), and Martha Lynn ( Voltigenr's daui.) Cheviot should bo a grand 
stallion. (See Sir .Modred, jiage 2.54,) 



Uerod 1738— Tartar 1:43— Partni-r 1718— Jigg— Bj-erly Turk, about 1685. 






DauKliter of, 
b. m., — . 



Baughter of, 
b. m., 181i. 



Daughter of 

ct. m., 180S. 



Sir Oliver, 
b. h., 180U. 



Paulowitz. 
br. h., 1813. 



Woodpeclier 1773 (Herod ir.iS) Mi-fortiine 1775 by Dux 1761 (Matcheni 1748i-Curi- 

ositv 1760 by Snap 17.")ii (Siiiji 17.ii;i Duu. 174.1 of Kesulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17a4)-Uan. 

of Bartletl'sCliildi-rs (llarl.v Ar. Ki'.ill). 
Alcxandi-r 17.HJ (Eclips.- 17611— Dad. of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5'<l-Dau. of Alfred 1770 

• Maui.eiii 171-;i -Dan. 177(1 of Eugineer 17.56 (Sampson 1743i— Bay Malton's dam 1756 

by Cade 17:H l(ii)d .\r. 17^4). 

" Sir Peter T. 1784 iliigliflyer 1774)— Dau. 178S of Boudrow 1777 (Eclipse 1764)-Escape'8 

dam 1768 by Squirrel 17.>4 (Traveller 17:»)— Sist. to Lowther's Babraham by Babraliam 

1740 (God. Ar. 17i4)-Daa. 1750 of Golden Ball 17.35 (Partner 1718i. 
Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 17I>1)— Mald-of-all-Work 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Sist. 

1771 to Tandem by Syphon 17.50 (Sqairt 17321— Dau. of Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar. 1734)— 

Sist. 17. 58 to Judge meut by Snip 173j (Flying Childers 1715). 

' Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'3 1773)— Penilope 1798 by Trumpator 178-.' (Conductor 1767)— Pcn- 

nellal788by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1738)- Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 

Jalia 1736 by Blank 1740 (God, Ar. 17-i4l. 
Selim 1H03 (Buzzard* 1787)— Maiden 1*11 by Sir Peter T. 17»4 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 1788 

of Phenomenon 1780(Herod 1758)— Matron 1782 byFlorizel 1768 (Herod 1758)— Maiden 

1770 by Matc hem 1748 (Cade 1734). 

"iOrville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)- Mias Sophia 1805 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter t; 
' 1784) -Sophia 1798 by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 17731-Huncamunca 1787 by High- 
I flyer 1774 iHerod 17.58i-Cy|)her 1772 bv Squirrel 1734 (Traveller 1735). 
'Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764) -Brunette by Amaranthus 17ii6 (Old England 1741)- Ma"- 

fly 1771 by Matchem n4S (Uade 173l>— Dau. 1735 of Anc. Starling 17.38 (Starliug 

17-37) Look-at-me-Lal s 1731 by Grasshopper iByerly Turki. 

Buzzard ' 1787 ( Woodpecker 177.3i— Dau. of Alexander 178'.; (Eclipse 1764)-Dau. of High- 
I flyer 1774 (Herod 175:*)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 174S)-Dau. 1770 of Engineer 

1736 (Sampson 1745). 
Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Y. Giantess 1790 byDiomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— 
j Giantess 1769 by Matchem 171s iCade 17:J4i— Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 

(Go d. Ar. 1?.;4)— Dau. of Cole's Foxhunter 1727 (Brisk 1711). 

"Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Fanny 1790 by Diomed* 1777(Florizel 1768)— Ambro- 
I 6ia.l783 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)- Ruth 1761 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724) — 
I Sist. 1751 to South by Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i. 
Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758) -SiTota 178:3 by Eclipse 1764 (Mar^ke 17.50i— Harmony 1775 by 

Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Rutilia 1769 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)-Sist. 1751 to 

So uth by Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

'Sir Paul 1803 (Sir Peter T. 17841-Evelina 1791 bv Highflver 1774 iHemd 17.58)-Terma- 

gant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 17.501- Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 iBIaze 1733i— Dau. 

1757 of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Paynator 1791 (Trumpator 178Ji Dau. 1805 of Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Dan. 1795 

of Y. Mar.^ke 1771 (Marske 1750)— Dau. of Dorimond 1758 (Dormouse 1738)— Portia 

175S b y Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17i-'4). 

[Sir PeferT. 1784(Highflyer]774)-Fanny 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768i— Ambrosia 

1783 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Ruth 1761 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)- 

Sist. 1751 to South bv Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar. 17il). 
'Hvariiithus I7'.i7 iCoriaiidi-r 17S(;'— Sist. 1790 to Swordsman by Weazle 1776 (Herod 
t ir:.-.i-I)aii of Turk 17.1:; ( Ke-iiliis i;3'.(i - Dau. of Locust 1744 (Crab 172a)-Dau. of 1758 

( hMii_'..!iii- iw; ((-j.lc )::;ii " 



Os 



a d Camel, 
I Si br. h., 18.'2. 



Banter, 
br. m., 18 .'6. 



i-i a Daughter of. 
IS _• ch. m.. 1817. 






\> li il-' L- IS (, . Waxv i;;ii Dan Isij of Selim 1802 iBiizzard* 1787)— Maiden 1801 by 

Sir Peter T. 1784 (ilighflver 1774i— Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)— 
Matron 1782 by Florizel 176S (Herod 17.58). 
Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799i— Boadicea 1807 bv Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764i— Bru- 
nette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old England 174Ii-.Mavflv 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

1734 1 —Dau. 1755 of Anc. Siarlini; 1738 lOld Starling i:27i. 

Pavnator 1791 (Trumpator 1782)-Dau. of Beningbrough 1791 (KiugFergtts 1775)— Jenny 

Mole 1787 by Carbuncle 17?2 (Babr. Blank 17.58) -Dau. 1773 of Prince T'tjuaesaw 1751 

(Snip 17:J6)— Sultana 1759 by Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar, 1724). 

Ardror.sau 1809 ( Johu Bull 1789i -Ladv Eliza 1813 bv Whitworth 1805 (Agonistes 17971- 

X, Y. Z.'s dam 1793 by Spadille 1784 (Highflver 1774) -Sylvia 1783 by Y. Marske 1771 

(M trske 1750) -Ferret 17()3 by Broth, to .siU-io iCade 17.31i. 

1= ' • BnTOi n.,L- ,Cattou 1809 (Golumpns 1802i— Dau. 1818 of Smnlensko 1810 (Sorcerer 1796)-Lady 

S ' •" hr h it»^' '""''y 1800 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775i— Dau. of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 
X gx ur. n.,iB-d. I738i-Si8t. to Miss Bell bv Marske 17.50 (Squirt 17321. 

■S io .a J nnnohfor nf Orville 1799 (Beningbrough l-91)-Ep8om Lass iai3 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 
§ tx"" ■ h m laio 1774)-Alexina 1788 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclii.se nftli - Lardella 1780 by Y. Marske 

i~^^ J u. m.. lai.t. I 1771 1 M arske 1750)— Dau. of Y. Cade 1747 (Cade 17341. 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 1790i— Defiance 1816 by Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 1787)-Little 

Folly 1806 by Highland Fling 1798 (Spadille 1784)-Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 1780 

(Eclipse 1764) -Dau. 1785 of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 174S) 

X. Y. Z. 1808 (Haphazard 1797i-Janetta 1803 bv Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 

1775)- Dau. 1797 of Drone 1777 (Herod 17.58)— Contesgina 1787 by Y. Marske 1771 

( Marske 1750i -Tuberose 1772 by Herod 1758 [Tartar 1743i. 

Whitelockl8(13(Hambletonian 17ii2i— Dau. 171(9 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773)— 

Wildgoose 1792 by Highflver 1774 (Herod 175Si— Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o-'8 1773 

(Eclipse 17641-Manilla 1777 by Goldfinder 17(M (Snap 1730). 

Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799i— Dau 1802 of Overton 17.88(King Fergus 1775)— Gratitude's 

dam 179:1 by Walnut 1786 (Highflver 1774)-Dau. 1786 of Ruler 1777 (Y. Marske 1771)— 

Piracantha 177 2 by Matchem 1 74S iCade 1734). 

'iCattoni'809 (Golumpns 18021—Desdemona 1811 by Orville 1799 (Benini;hrnugh 1791)— 
Fanny 1796 bv Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774) -Dan. 1788 of Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 
I 17681— Desdemona 1770 bv Marske 17.">0 (Squirt 1732). 

Filhoda-Puta 1812 (Hapliazard 1797)— Treasure 1809 by Camillus 1803 ( Hambletonian 

j 179a(-Dau. 1804 of Hyacinthus 1797 (Coriander 17861 -Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 

(Eelipse 1764)-Atalanta 1769 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 17:M). 



Defence, 
b. h., 1824. 



Daughter of, 
b. m., 1816 



IfS 



Paynator 1791 iTrutnpator 178;) Oau. of Beningbrough 1791 (King FerL'Us 17751— Jenny 
Mole 1787 by Carbuncle 1772 (Babr. Blank 175Si-Dau. 1773 of Prince T'Quassaw 1751 
_ _ (Snip 17:i6)-8iiltana 17.59 bv Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17^1, 
,o ^S''Z^ nnnohtornf Lottery 1820 (Tramp 1810) -Elizabeth 1821 by Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T 1784)-Trnlla 
3 §3 .a_- hr m isoJ' 1815 bv Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 17s2)-Daii. 1796 of Weathercock 1783 (Highflyer 
_ Q,_ r . - iir. m.. i;s--, j_,^^ ^^^^ 1777_by Mat chem 1748 (Cade ITSi). 

Humprcv C'ljuker 1S22 (Comus lsO;i)-Velvet W-IS by Oiseau 1809 (Camillus 1803)— 
Wii-c 1811 by Waxy 1790 .Pot-So-'s 17731 -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Con- 
ductor 17671 Pninella irs8 by Hi-liflyer 1771 ( Herod 1758i. 

Peruvian 180 1 (Sir Peter T. 174) Musidora b. m. 1804 bv Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— 
Maid of-all-Work b, m. 17si; bv Hi-lulyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Siet. b. m. 1771 to Tan- 
_^_^^^^^^^^^^^ dem by Syphon 17.50 (Squirt 17i2i Dau, b. m. of Regulus 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724)-Sist. 
"~ , „ ^^""^ 17.58 to Judgement bv Snip 17.36 (FIving Childers 1715)— Dau. b. m. 1745 of Cottingham 

(Hirtlev s Blind Horse)— The Warlork Galloway ch. m. 1728 bv Snake ( Lister Turki— Old Lady ch. m. by the Bald 
iiway (.M, \ ictor Barb) -The Wharton mare by the Carlisle Turk— Dau. of Byerly Turk. 



n., 1828. 

n = i.i'g Bran. 

Ps'S" ch. h., 1831. 
I a J 

1 2 == Idalia, 

' i£^ ch m., lSl.5. 



130 The Breeders' Hand Booh and Guide. 



COLONEL CLARK. 

Property of Wilson P. Hunt, Glen Echo Stud, Normundi/, Mo. 

Colonel Clark, chestnut horse, foaled 1882, bred by H. C. Shafer, Tennessee, by 
imp. Glengarry, son of Thormanby, winner of the Derby, by Windhouud, dam Kate 
Fisher by Bill Cheatham, son of imp. Albion, and Lalla Rookh by imp. Glencoe, out of 
Lizzie Hoover's dam by imp. Sovereign, etc. Glengarry was imported in December, 
18G6, and so badly injured that he raced only moderately well. Thormanby, his sire, 
was by Melbourne or Windhouud, unquestionably by the latter, son of Pantaloon by 
Castrel. Thormanby defeated, in the Derby, The Wizard, winner of the 2,000 
Guineas, won the Ascot Gold Cup, and was the sire of Charibert and Atlantis, 
winners of the 2,000 Guineas, and of Rouge Rose, the dam of the grand race-horse 
Bend'or, winner of the Derby and sire of the unbeaten Ormonde. Glengarry's dam 
Carbine by Rifleman, winner of the Great Yorkshire Stakes, Convivial and Claret 
Stakes, and by Touchstone. Colonel Clark's dam, Kate Fisher, is the dam of Kings- 
land, Joe Mitchell, Luciuda C, Gleufisher, Longtish (winner of the St. Louis Derby) 
Kitty Cheatham, etc., and by Bill Cheatham. Henrietta, half sister to Colonel Clark, 
is the dam of the winners Germania, Sample, Fraud and Harry Glenn. Colonel 
Clark's grandam the dam of Lizzie Hoover by imp. Sovereign, son of Emilius, and 
the celebrated Fleur de Lis by Bourbon, she out of Katy Fagan by imp. Leviathan, 
she the dam of Miss Odom (Bay Odoni), the dam of Mary Wylie, Godiva, Shanghai, 
Savoy, etc., and she out of Lucy Brooks by Old Bertraud, son of Sir Archy and Eliza 
by imp. Bedford. The family race and produce race-horses. Colonel Clark was a 
good race-horse, winner at one mile in 1.45, and again in 1.51 with 149 lbs., 7 furlongs 
in 1.28J, and was placed second in a number of good races with good horses behind 
him. Colonel Clark has been in the stnd only a few seasons, but is the sire of the 
winners, Lottie Mills, Laura B., Lucy Clark, etc. 



Woodpecker l~:i ILr..(l nsS-Tartar ir43-Partner 1718-Jigg— Bycrly Turk, about 1W5. 



Ciistrel, 
ch. h., 1801. 



Touchstone, 
br. h., 1831. 



a'i ill .- 

•3 '■§? 

Eh S2i55 



< -s 



»a 



Nancy, 
1. m., 1813. 



Camel, 
br. h., 18i3. 



The Colonel, 
ch. h., 1825. 



Buzzard KS; (Wonilpecker 1773)— Daii. of Alexander XlHi (Eclipse 17(>4)-Dan. of 
Uighllyer i;; I 1 llemd 17.")S| -Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 174S)-Dau. 1770 of Engi- 

Periiviau isii i^sir I'eter T.'l7-4)-Mu8idora ISO! by Meteor 17*3 (Eclipse li(:4)—Maid- 

of-all-U'ork 17s ; bv Uighllver 1774 (Herod 1758)-l)au. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 

1732) -Dau . of Keguiu^ i ;3l ( God. Ar. 1724). 

Camel 18-ii (Whalebone IfOr)- Banter 182S by Master Henry 1815 lOnille 1799i-Boa- 

dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17tM)— Brunette by Amaranthu.s 17(;6 (Old 

England I741)-Miiyfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (C:ide 1734). 
Filho-da-Ptita 1812 (Haphazard 1797)- Finesse 181.5 by Peruvian ISOfi (Sir Peter T. 

17841— Violanle IS112 bv John Bull 178!i (Fortitude 1777)— Dau. 1788 of Highflyer 17T4 

(Herod 1758) -EveHa si"ing 17 7.'i by Eclipse 17ii4 (Slarske nsOi^ 

Orville 179a (Beningbrousth 17'.ili Eleanor 17y8 by Whiskey 1789 (SaltramsntSOi- T. 

Giantess 1790 by Oioaied* irtr (Fbiiizrl 17(Wi— Giantess 1789 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

17.341 -Molly Long Legs 1758 by Babrabam 1740 (God. Ar. 17*1). 
Dick Andrews 17'.i7 (Joe Andrews 177.HI - Spitfire 1800 bv Bcningbrough 1791 (King 

Fergus 1775i-Dau. of Y. Sir Peter 177.) (D(;ge 1702)— Daii. of Engineer 1750 (Sampson 

17451— Dau. of Wilson Ar. 



Si li.=- be. 



Liverpool, 
b. h., 182i. 



Otis, 

b. m., 1821. 



H >, 

01 



Tramp islil (Dick Andrews 1797)— Mandane 1800 by Pot-8-o-'3 1773 (Eclipse 1764i-Y. 

Camilla 178r by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. 

Sweepstakes 1743) — Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb. 

Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote 17Wi- Anticipation 1602 by Beninglrough 17!ll (King 

Fergus 17751— Bxpectatiou 1779 by Heiod n58 (Tartar 1743)— Dau. 1758 of Skim 1746 

( Starling 1727)- Dau. 1751 of Jamis 1738 (.God. Ar. 1721i. 

" Wbalei)one 1807 (Waxy 17;«)-Dau. 1812 01 Selim l)-02 (Buzzard* 1787)— Maiden l^JTby 

Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774)-Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 ( Herod 1758)— 

Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.58). 

Master Henry 1815 (Orvllle 1799)- Boadicca 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Bru- 

I nette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old England 1741)- Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

! 1734)— Dau. 17 . 55 of Starling 1738 (Starlinir 1727). 

■| Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790) -Dau. 1802 of Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)-Tipple Cyder 

1781 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764)- Sylvia 1783 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 

17511— Ferret 1765 by Broth, to Silvio (Cade 1734). 

Amadis 1807 (Don (Juixote 17»1)-Paulina 1f04 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Pewet 1786 by Tandem 1773 (Syphon K50i— Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 

I 17 )0)— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 17:j3i. 

■ Tramo 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797i— Dau. 1822 of W hisker 1812 (Waxy 1790)-Mandane 

l-iiXib,- Pot-8K)-'s 1773 (Eclipse ]7W)-y. Camilla 1787 by Woodpe'cker 1773 (Herod 

175-i)— Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743). 

iBunard 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)-Dau. 1813 of Election 1801 (Gohanna 17D0)-Dan. 1791 of 

I Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1730)— Eosebnd 1765 

I by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 

"BlacklocK 1814 (Whitelock 1803)- Mandane 1800 by Pot-8-o's 1773 (Eclipse 1764)- Y. 

Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. 

Ssveepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb. 

Blucher 1811 (Waxy ITKOi- Opal 180f; bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (nigbfl\crl774)-Olivna 1786 

bv Justice 1774 (Herod 17.58i- C\ pher 1772 bv Squirrel 1754 (Tiaveller 1735)— Fribble's 

1 dam 1740 by Regnlus 17-39 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Blacklock, 
b. h., 1814. 
Manuella, 
b. m., 1809. 



Saltan, 
b, h., 1816. 






— jfZ — ■: 



Sally Barton, 
b. m., 182.'. 



( Bcningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Eliza 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 

Augusta 1784 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)-Dau. of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Nettle 

176-J by Bajazet 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791 1— Emily 1810 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- 
1 Dan. 179;) of Whi-kev 1789 (Saltram* 1780i— Grey Dorimant 1781 bv Derimant 1772 

I (Otho 1760)- Dizzy 17.57 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

' Whitelock 18.)3 (Hambletonian 17921— Dau. 1799 of Coriander 1780 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— 

Wildgoose 179J by Highflyer 1774 (Herod ]758)-Coheiress 1786 by Pot 8-o-'s 1773 

(Eclipse 17r;4)— Manilla 1777 bv Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 17.50). 
Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe. Andrews 1778)— Mandane IPOO by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 

1761) -Y. Camilla 1787 1-v Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)-Camilla 17T8 by Trentham 

17)6 (T. Sweep-takes 1743i-Coqneite 1761 by Compton Baib. 

Seliin 1802 (Buzzard 178?) -Bacchante 1809 by W's Ditto wm (Sir PeterT. 1784i-Dau. 

1731 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Follv 1771 

by Marske 17.50 (Squirt 1732). 
, Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)-Web 18r8 by Waxy 17S0 (Pot-8 o-'s 1773)-Penelope 

1798 by Tmmpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)- Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 1 Herod 

I 1758)— Promise 176S by Snap 17.50 (Snip nse). 

Muley 1810 (OrviUe 1799(-nau. 1809 of Windle 1804 (Beningbronsrh 1791i-Dan 1788 
I of Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758)— Virago 1764 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Dan. of Kegulus 

1733 (God. At. 1724i. 
Sir Archy 1805 CDiomed 1777)— Dan. of Junius (*BnEzard 1787)— Dan. of *Citizen 17f5 

(Pacolet 1765)— *Barb mare presented by the Dey of Timis to President Jeflferson in 
i 1806. 



Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)- Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 

Termagant by Tantrum 1760 ( Cripple 17.=0)— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 17.S3)— 

Dau. 1757 of Regains 1739 (God. Ar. 17C4). 
Stamford 1794 (Sir PeterT. 1784)- Dan. M'M of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780i-Grey 

Dorimant 1781 bv Dorimant 1772 (Otho 1760)-Dizzy" 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 

1724)-Dizzy 1 741' by Driver 1727 I Wynn Ar.). 



Ben rand, 

h. h., 1821. 

The Param 

Ally, 

b. m.. — . 



Sorcerer 1796 (Tnimpaior 1782)— Dau. 17w7 of Precipitate* 1787 (Mercnrj- 177S)-Y. 

Tiffanv 1787 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod I758i-Tifl'any 1775 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 

175'))— Y. Ha'/l76rby 'Skim 1746 (Starling 1727) 
Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Y. Rachel 17!'9 bv 'Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— 

Rachel )7::0 by HiL'hflyer 1774 iHemd 1758i— Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 1732)— 

Dau . of R egu ins 17.39 (God. A r . 173 4). 

Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Eleanor 17P8 bv Whiskey 1789 (Sail ram* 171-Oi—Y. 

Giantess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)-Giantes'' 1769 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 

17341— Molly LiiuL' Legs 17."3 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 
Windle 1804 (Benimrbrough 1791)— Dau. 178S of Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758)-Virago 1764 
[ bv Snap 175;) (Snip 173ii)-Dau. of Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar. 17241— Sist. to Othello 1750 

by Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.). 

Sir Archy 1805 (*Diomed 1777(— Eliza 1804 by 'Bedford 1792 (Dungannon 1780>— 'Mam- 

brina l"7a5 bv M.imbrlno 1768 (Engineer 1756)— Sist. to Sally by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 

1724)-Dau.of Ward 1731 (Crab 17-:2). 



132 The Breeders' Hand Tionk ami Guide, 



IMPORTED DAREBIN. ' 

Tlic property of Mr. J. B. Haggin, BanrJm-dcI-Poso Stud, Saernmento, Cul. 
Used only as private stallion. Yearlings sold annually. 

Darebin, brown horse, foaled 1878, bred liy Mr. S. Gardiner, of Buiuloora Park, 
Australia, by The Peer, an English-bred horse, by Melbourne, dam Ciuizelli, and full 
brother to Marchioness, the Oaks wiuuer, by Toiu-hstone. Lurline, the dam of Dare- 
bin, was one of the best mares that was ever stripped for a race in Australia. She 
won the Australian Cup of 187.'), the Christchurch Plate in 1872 and 1873, the Canter- 
bury Cup of 1872 and 1S7S, and is the daui of I'romethens, Motea Maroondah, etc., the 
best race-horses of New Zi':iliuid. Darebiu was one of the greatest, possibly the great- 
est, race-horses of the Southern IIcniis]diere. Traducer, the sire of Lurline, was by 
The Libel, son of Pantaloon and Pasiiniuade, sister to Touchstone. Darebiu, at two 
years old, was so big and raw that he did not do much. He ran third for the Ascot 
Vale .Stakes at the V. R. C. Autumn .Meeting of 1881, the race being won by Royal 
Maid. At the same meeting, with 124 lbs., he was second to Coreena, 88 lbs., for the 
Second Nursery, Tourmaline, 106 lbs., third, and sixteen others behind them. At 
Adelaide he was unplaced, with 122 lbs., for the Nursery, won by Henrietta, 122 lbs., 
and the following day won the Two- Year-Old Handicap, 122 lbs.. Result, the second 
horse, having 117 lbs., and Sju'itrc lOs lbs., seven others unplaced. At three years old 
he began by winning the great Victoria Derby. Santa Clans second. Commotion and 
several others unplaced. Two days later Darebiu essayed a gi'eat task. Mr. Dakcm. 
his owner, started him for the Great .Mcdliourne Cup, two miles (handicap), with 9(3 
lbs., won by Zulu, a four-year old witli only 80 lbs. on his back. At the same meeting 
he won the Mares' Produce Stakes, 5 lbs. jieualty, beating Monmouth, Counnotion, 
Santa Clans, etc. At the V. R. C. .Summer Meeting he ran secoiul to Respite tor the 
Touraville Stakes, four others starting. He ^yas third in the St. Leger to Conimotion 
and Pell Mell; was second to Bathurst in the Grand Stand Stakes; was unplaced 
with 122 lbs., to Commotion's 119 lbs., for the Town Plate. At Adelaide he won the 
St. Leger, l)eating Dutchman. He also won the Birthday Cup of £1,000 with 120 
lbs., beating Crystal, 4 years, 107 lbs.. Topaz. .S years, 100 lbs., and eleven others. 
At fourye.irs old Itarcb'in ran un]daii'd with 135 lbs., to Little Jack. 3 years. 91 Ihs., 
for the Caiillicld ( 'up, twenty-i-igiit st.irtiug. At Melliourne he won the Melbourne 
Stakes, lieating Belmont. Larpcut and seven others. In the Melbourne Cu]) betook 
up 13.") lbs. and ran unplaced to Assyrian, a live-year old, with 111 His. At the same 
meeting won the Royal Park Stakes, beating Lord Burghley, Liberator and three 
others, and was second to Commotion for the Canterbury Plate, beating Smart Wil- 
liam and two others. Darebin was purchased by Mr. E. C. Cox for stud purposes, and 
the great horse crowned a splendid career by landing the Sydney C'nii, although he 
had u]) 134 lbs. In this race he gave 30 His. to Mistaken, who finished second, and 20 
Ihs. to Willeroo, the third horse, and conceded 47 lbs. to the minimum weight, Musjid, 
an aged gelding. 

At the death of Mr. Cox his stud was ^old at auction, and Darebin was held in 
reserve at 1,000 gniueas. He was soon after sold privately to Mr. Alexander (Jordou, 
of the Grange Stud, Ipswich, Queensland, through his agents, Messrs. h'yiin, llam- 
mond & Donker. He made the season of 188."> at the Grange Stud. It was at this 
time that, failing to secure Commotion. Mr. Haggin made an otter of 11.5,000 for Dare- 
bin, which w ;is rt^fused, and Mr. Haggin ]mrcliased Sir Modred, the crack racer of 
New Zealand. His Antipodean purchase ]ile;ised him, as the additional purch.ase of 
Darebin would indicate. 

Darebin is prohaltly nearer to old English Melbourne than any other stallion liv- 
ing, and this alone should make his blood eagerly sought after, as the Melliourne 
lilood, as shown through West Australian, Sir Tattoii Sykes, Blink Bonny, Mentmore 
liass, Barcaldine. imp. Australian, etc., etc., has done so excce<lingly well. 

Daridiin has had no opportunity iu the stud in comiiarisou with Sir Modred, but 
the number and success of his get which have run demonstate that he needs only 
time t<i make as brilliant a reputation as a sire as he earned as .a race-horse. Before 
leaving .Vnstralia he got many good animals, and here he is the sire of Ludwig, Kil- 
deer (mile iu 1.37^). Mejihisto, Two Lijis, Mileti^s. Hessie W., Blackmailer, JIadge L., 
Garwood, Dariuir, .Iiilien, Tom Watson, Iris colt, etc. 

It is to till- nhllii-hl mare to which trace in direct female line Trumpator (by Con- 
ductor), Touclisliuu-, r>uccaneer, iinji. Leamington, Macaroni, Saccharometer, Wild 
Oats, .Saraljaud, etc., etc. 



Conductor 170?— Malchem 174S Cade 1734- Godoiphiii Arabian 1724. 



Sorceri'i-. 
blk. b., nuii. 

Houghton 

Lass, 
b. m., 1801. 



Peuef, 
b. m., 17S6. 



Don Quixote, 
ch. li., 1784. 



^ 


^ 


















• 




g 












' 


25 




y> 


a 




1*1 


i) 




>-j 




2 




S 


C 





S §-5.: 



Trimipator 1783 (Coudiictor I7ii7)— Y. Giantess 1790 bv Diomed* 1777 (Floiizel 170K)— 
Ciantoss 171)9 bv Matchera 174S (Cade 1734)— Mollv LoHg Li-ga 1753 by Babrahani 1740 
II. .il. \r. 17341- Dan. ofFoxhunter 1727 (Brisk 17il). 

M r> . I I'. IT^l (IliL'bflyer 1774)— Alexina nss by King Fergus 177.5 (Eclipse 17(M) — 
l.:ii.l> iIl i;-ii In V. Marske 1771 (Marske 17.W)— Dan. of Y. Cade 1747 (Cade n»4)— 
ikiuli ■iiiMiifsdam b y Bro. to FearnoULdit (Bay Bolton 170.'i). 

Sir IVki T. 17S4 (Uigiiliver 1774)— Hyale 17!l7 by Phenomouon 1780 (Herod IToS)- Rally 
17.0 by Truuipator 17K2 (Conductor 17(i7)— Fancy 1780 by Florizel 17^8 (Herod 175S)— 
Sist. 1703 to Juno by Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722). 

Tandem 1773 (Syphon 17dO)— Termagant by Tantrum 1700 (Cripple 175(1 1 - Cantatrice by 
Sampson 1745 (Blaze 17.33)-Dau. U&l of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i— The Ruby 
m are (Marske's dami by Hutton's Blacklegs 1725 (.Mulso Buy Turk). ' 

Eclipse 1704 (Marske 1750i— Grecian Princess 1,70 bv W. Forester K.'O (Cr. Forester 
n3))-Dau. of The Coalition Colt 1739 (God, Ar. 1724)— I)au. of Bustard 1741 (Crab 
17221— ('hirmini; Moilv 1742 by Second 1732 (Flyiim Childers 1715). 

Highfly.r i;;4 illnnl 17.jK)-.Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1750) -Cantatrice by 

i' 17.33)-Dau. 17.57 of Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar. 1724)— The Ruby 

tiv Hutton's Blacklei;s 1725 (Mulso Bay Turki. 



Daughter of, 
b. m., 1810. 



■A 111 

Samj): 

mar t' i Mai-k' V 
Gohanna irsio i.M 

milla 1778 by T 

Barb -Sist. i;i 
Paynator 1791 iTi 

17.S8 bv Nrouil|i, 

Sist. no I t" I .'■ 
Waxy 1111 1 I'-t-- 
nella r;s> i^v I 
Julia 17.->0 by Blank 174 i (G 



Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Ca- 
iT. Sweepstakes 1743) -Coquette 17&4 by the Compton 

iiv God. At. 1724. 

) 1 Circle 1F02 bv St. George 1T89 (Highflyer 1774)-Abigail 

■ r. Ill 17.'M -Firetail 1772 bv Eclipse 17tM (Marske 1750)— 

I-. \: I I. Ar. 17211. 



o 


icb 


Co 




•" 


^ 




„■; 


fel 




" 




fe: 








;5 


s 




■s 




.5 


..?; 



Master Henry, 
1). h., 1815. 



^1 

H -,- 



Idalia, 
ch. m., 1815. 



■ i;;8 liv Tninipitor 1782 (Conductor n67)— Pru- 
)il 1T58)— Promije 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
1724). 
Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787) -Maiden 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 17741— Dan. 
1788 of Phenomenon 178 ((Herod 1758)— Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.58) — 

Maiden ITTn by Mairhcm i;4s iCade IT.Jli. 

Orvillc nil I iIiriiiiiL' jli i.iri ^li-. ^ci|.lii:i - i.-i in .-i:iiiiri)rd 1794 (Sir Peter T. 

17-m ^"1' ': ' i- l; .li - .( . . il nramnnca 1787 by High- 

liver i; . . 11 - ■ , - I ;: : - . ! i- i7S5). 

Alfxamlr; i>',' 0^ I-' i^i'ii iii.ii.'ii' I'l \;,:iiiii:iii^ iiiii lOld Endand 1741)- 
Mayrty 1771 by Matchem liis (Cadi- iriHi- llaii. 17:5 of Anc. Starling 17-38 (Starling 

! 1727)— Look-at-me-Liids 1731 by Bristid Gras-shopper (Byerly T.). 

" Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Uau. of .\k-xander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- Dau. of .\ltred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 17.56 (Sampson 1745). 
Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 17&4)— Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)-Maid 
of all Work 1783 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Sist. 17!'l to Tandem bv Syphon 1759 

(Sq uirt 1732)— Dau. of Regulus 173ti (God. Ar. 1724). 

" Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— v\owski 1797 bv .Mentor 1784 (Justice lT74i— Maria 1777 

(Waxv's dam) by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Li'sette 1772 by Snap 1750 (Snip !7.36)— Miss 

Wind'sor 1754 by God. Ar. 1724. 

Alexander 1782 lEclipsi- 17tili Isi? 1805 hv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Hi^hflvor 1774)-n)!S 1791 

by WoMilii rki-r 177:1 illiT.-d n5S« Isabella 1783 by Eclip-i- n'04 1 Marske 17,':0)— 

I Isabel'- •1:1111 i:V,>.'. --iji mi.I i;.- 1 .Traveller 1735). 



§1 



r m:i) Itaii. of Alexander 1 
-Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchi- 



2 il-;ili|.-i- 17041-Dau. of 
174,S)-Dau. 1770 of Engi- 






Idalia, 
ch, ra., 1815. 



Camel, 
br. h., 1822. 



Banter, 
br. m., 1826 



Langar, 
ch. h., 1817. 



^m. 



Fanny 

Dawson, 

ch. m., 1823. 

Glencoe,* 
ch. h.,1831. 



Bay 
Middletou, 
b. h., 1833. 



Buzzard i;ST 1 Wi.i.ilprrk 

Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5 

neer 1756 (Sampson 1745) 
Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784) -Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Ei.lipse 17641— Maid- 

of-all-Work 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Si6t. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 1750 

(Squi rt 1732)— Dan, of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17-24). 

" Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 1790)— Dau. 1812 of Seliin 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Maiden 1801 
, bv Sir Peter T. 17.84 (Highflyer 17741- Dan. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)— 

Matron 1782 bv Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758i. 
Master Heiirv 1815 lOrville 1799)— Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— 

Brunelii- bv Amaranihus 1766 (Old England 1741) -Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 

1 ( Cade 1T:;4 i— Dan. 1755 of .-Vnc. Starling 1738 (StarlingJ7-27). " 

' Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. 1808 of Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Y. Giantess 

1790 bv Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Ma;chem 1748 (Cade 1734)- 

Molly Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 
Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir Peter t. 17l+l)-Scotilla 1795 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758)— Scota 1783 

by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Harmony 1775 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 17431 -Rutilia 

17 69 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

" Paulowitz 1813 (Sir Paul 1802)— Dau. 1810 of Paynator 1791 (Trumpator 1782)-Dau. 1805 

of Delpini 1781 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 1795 of" Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 17.50)- Gentle 

Kitty 1774 by Silvio 1754 (Cade 1734). 
Poulton 1805 (Sir Peter T. 17K4)-Variety 1808 by Hvacinthus 1797 (Coriander 1786)— 

Sist. 1790 to Swordsman by Weazle 1776 (Herod 17.58)— Dau. of Turk 1763 (Regulus 

1739)-Dan. of Locust 1744 lOrnb 1722). 

" Whisker 1812 (Waxy 17901— Floranthe 1818 by Octaviau 18:i7 (Stripling 179.5)— Caprice 

1797 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758)- Madcap 1774 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Sappho 

1763 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17^4). 
Nabocklish 1811 (Rugantino 1803)— Miss Tooley 1808 by Terldv The Grinder 1798 

(AspniiiL-n- its: I.ailv Jane 1796 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (IliL;hflver 1771)— Paulina 1778 

_by^l"r: 11 ■i l 17581— Captive 1771 by Matchem 17 is (Cmlc 1734i. 

'Sultan 1^! - 1. -Trampoline 18-J5 bvTramp 1810 (Dick Amliew- 17!i7)-Web 

1808 liv \'i 1 , . 1/i ' . P.it-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 17s2 (Conductor 

1767)— Prunella 17KS by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17'58). 
Muley 1810 (OrvUle 1799)— Cfire 1824 bv Marmion 1806 (Whiskey 17S9)—Harpalice 1814 

by Gohanna 1790 (Mercurv 1778)— ."imazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentbam 1766)— 



Fractious 1792 by Me 
■ Saltan 1816 (Seiii 
by Soothsaver 1 : 
lope 1798 by Tni 
Sandbcck ISls h 
Seiim:i : -• 1 ' I : - 
17641- 1; , 



1778 I Eel ipse 17611. 



Phantom 18.18 (Walton 1799)-Filagree 1815 
1 1818 bv Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Pene- 
■1707). ■ 
1822 bv .\madis 1807 (Don Quixote 1784)— 
1787i-D,m. 171'4 of Pot8-o-'8 1773 (Eclipse 
' 17J31. 



kii ls-20 by Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799i— Boa- 

>J I l.ehi -I KtMi— Brunette by Amaranthiis 1760 (Old Eng- 
Mitebem l7l8iCade 1734). 



'Camel 1- .J w : .. 
dicea l^ii: b, .\i ■- 

JandJJ 1 ! -M I .Ml '. 

Rnbens l>ii5 iBu/zanl i;,-7)-Boadici'a h. m. 18 17 bv Alexander 17K2 (Eclipse 1764)— 
Brunette bv .Mnaranthus 17 10 (Old England 1711) -Mayfly b. m. 1771 bv Matchem 1748 
(Cade 1731 1- Dau. li!k. m. 1755 of Anc. Starling 1738 (Old" Starling 17-27)— Look-at-me- 
Lads ch. m. 1731 by Bristol Grasshopper (Byerly Turk)— Dau. of Sir Newt.on'e Bay 

r,f I.it Mnptii, jQiiinlraM 1^0,, nf <ip 1? TTolo'.j 'Piirt rtl^fii.1r1 Ma,-,. 



.;^.— Lady Mare by Old Pert (Ely Turk)- Dau. of St. Martin (Spanker)— Dau. of Sir E. Hale's Turk— Oldfield Mare. 



134 The Breeders' Hand Book and Guide. 



DAY STAR. 



WIXNER OF THE BLUE RII!P,<)N STAKES AT LKXIXGTOX, AND KENTUCKY 
UEKBV AT LOUISVILLE, KY., IX 1S7». 

Will stand for marcs at the farm of W. S. Payne, near Lexington, K//. Terms 
at opening of season. 

Day Star, by Star Davis, son of imp. Glencoe, bred by John M. Clay, AsLland 
Stud, Kentucky, foaled 1875, dam Squeez'em by Lexiiigtou, out of the noted 
Skedaddle by imp. Yorkshire, sou of St. Nicholas by Emilius. Day Star started 
twice as a two-year old, in 1877, was unplaced in the Colt Stakes, three-quarters of a 
mile, at Lexington, won by llimyar in 1.16| ; ran second to Ulue Eyes in the Sanford 
Stake, 1 mile at Louisville, Ky., in 1.15J, beating Himyar. As a three-year old, 
won the Blue Ribbon Stake at Lexington, 1| miles, in 2.40^, defeating Leveler, 
Solicitor. Blue Eyes, Fortuna and six others. Louisville, Ky., won the Kentucky 
Derby, 1^ miles, in 2.37J, beating Himyar, Levelei', Solicitor, McHeiiry and four 
others ; ran dead heat witli Solicitor for second place in Clark Stake, 2 miles, won liy 
Leveler in ;{.37, beating Blue Eyes. Nashville, Teun., ran second to Milan, in purse 
race, 1 mile, 1.45^, beating Paridos. At four years old started eight tiiucs, rau a 
close, good second to the great mare Janet, 4 miles, in 7.25. he carrying 110 lbs. to her 
(15, he four and she six years old. In this race lie beat Charley Busli, Miuuoch and 
two others. He was then jiurcliased by Charles Reed and put over timber. Balti- 
more, Md., won steeplechase, full course, carrying 154 lbs., beating Faustina and 
Judith. Saratoga, won steeplechase, about 2^ miles, with l.i2 lbs., beating Capt. 
Frankliu, Rose and Faustina ; rau third in race on flat, IJ miles, won by Tureune, in 
2.45J; was unplaced in flat race, If miles, won by Odeu in 2.54^; won hurdle race, 1* 
miles, over six hurdles, in 2..53i, beating Frank Short, The Stranger and Rose ; ran 
second to Chimuey-sweep, 2 miles, over eight hurdles, in 3.55, tliree others behind 
him, and ran third to Pomeroy and Lizzie D. in stecpleclia.se at Baltimore, in tlie 
fall, about li miles, in 4.03 ; lie was unplaced in two other races over timber. At six 
years old started teu times, won live races, was second in tliree and tliird in one. 
Baltimore, ran dead heat and divided purse in st<'e])linliase with Derby, l>eatiiig Joe 
Hunt and Surprise. Sheopshead Bay, won stcc|ilecliaso, sliort course, in 5.15, beating 
Highland Fling, Capt. Franklin and two others; won ateeplerhase <)V(^r full course, 
in 5.42, beating Frank Short, Joe Hunt and two others. Jeionie Park, won steci)le- 
chase over short course in 3.2,3, beating Trouble, Bertha and three others ; won 
hurdle race, IJ miles, over seven hurdles, in 3.29, carrying 149 Ihs., l)eatiug Ingomar, 
Frauk Short, etc. In all tlie otlier races he was beaten by the best horses tlicu on 
the turf, lie carrying his full impost of weight. At seven years old won one race and 
was third in one. Sheepshead Bay, won steeplecliase, short course, in 5.09f, l>cating 
Ohio Boy, Ike Bonhani and four others. Day Star is a bright chestnut, with roan 
flanks, both front ankles white, and one hind foot whiti> half way to hock, ami a nar- 
row white stripe down the face; stands full 15} hands, with great snlistanci^ and 
power, is a highly shaped horse and very evenly balanced all over, exliibiling speed, 
strength and endurance in a remarkable degree. He is desceiideil from one of the 
greatest and best racing families in .\merica. Ou the side of his sire we have Wagner, 
Maria Wood, llerablry. Wailc Hampton, Yorktown, Capt. Travis, Halloon, True Blue 
and otlwu- famous liorsi-s. On the dam's side wo have Magic, Madonna, Princet(ni. 
Daniel Itoone, Skedaddle, Kentucky, Madeline and Maggie B. li., the dam ofllandd 
and the great horse Iroquois, winner of both the St. l.,eger and l)<uby in Kngland. 
Thus it is fair to presume tliat a lior.so possessing all the qualities of a good race- 
horse, and descended <mi both sire and dam's side from one of the best racing families 
in America, and tiiKung through the collateral branches to the most famous liorses in 
England, must get race-horses, and wl^ conunend Day Star to the brooders of 
America. 

Day Star has covered but few tboronglilued mares, but is sire of the winners Day 
Dream, Altair, .lack Star, King Star. Celia, winner at 7 furlongs, in 1.28, 1 mile in 
1.41, 1 i\j miles, in 1.49 ami 1.49*. IJ miles, on muddy track, in 2.10^. 



Herod lT."i8— Tartar 17J3-P;irtner ITlS^Tigi;— Bvi-rly Turk, about 16S5. 




\VooU|i 

MtV 1. 

ol Biiillc 



1 ^'.:,X) Miff..rluiie irra livDux 17(11 (Miilchem 17-181— ('nrio- 
|. i;:i;)— liuu lU'Jof Ke^ulus 173'J (God. Ar. 17J4)— Dau. 



Mlv l.oii uv Miap I..} J (^-iiil* 1 .J i; — riau icijoi jtejuius lio-j (uou. jm. i.^ii; — uau. 

ol Barllctl'.- Ciiililrr- (ll;uli'v Ai. llivRll. 
Alexander 178J iEili|iSi- irihl)— Oau. of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175H)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 

(.Mutcheui ITWi -Dan i;7ii of Eugineer 17515 (Sampson 17-15)— Bay Malton's dam 1750 

bv Caael7.14 niixl Ar. lU'-l). 

Sir Pi'tciT. l;■^l illi-hilyer 17741— Arethusal7M bv Duugannou 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— 

Dau.i;;, ni rn-phri 17(10 (Regulus 1739)— Virago 1704 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1730)— Dau, 

o; liL-L'iiiii- i;:; I ilnd. Ar. 1724). 
Me.Tur, 1,.- ii;c:ip-e 17(jl)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 175S (Tartar 1743)- Folly 1771 by 

Marske i/.jii (Scjuirt 17321— Viien 1753 by Regains 17:^9 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of 

Hutton'8 Spot 1728 (Hartley's Blind Horse). 

Joe Andrews 1778 (Eclipse 17iJ4)-Dau. 17'J0 of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1777 of 

Cardinal Puff 17i;0(Bjbraliam 174Ui-Dau. 1708 of taller 1754 (Blank 1740)-Bay Snip 

1740 by Snip 1733 (Flying Childers 1715). 
Gohaniia 1790 (Mercury 1773)— Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1760 (T. Sweepstakes 

ir43)—Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 175S)— Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 1764 

( Marske 1750)— Hya;na 176i! by Snap 1750 (Snip 1730 ). 

Pot-j-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1704)- Maria 1777 by Herod 17.iS (Tartar 174:3)— Liselte 1772 by 

Snap 1750 (Sr.ip 1736)— Miss Windsor 1754 by God. Ar. 1724— Dau. of Y. Belgrade 

(Belgrade Turk). 
Tnimpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Prunella 1788 by Hit;hflyer 1774 (Herod I7."8)- 

Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 173(i)-Julia 1750 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— 

Spectator's dam 17.35 by Partner 1718 (Ji; 



Beningbrough 1791 (King Fertjus 177.5)— Evelina 1791 by HighflyiT 1774 (Herod i; SSI- 
Termagant by Tautnun 17(:0 (Cri|iple 17.)0)— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 
173i)— Dau. 17.57 by Fegulns 1739 iGod. Ar. 17^4). 

Stamford 17W (Sir Peter T. 1781)-Dau. K'.i'.i of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* n80)—Grey 
Dorimant 1782 bv Dorimant 1772 ((Jtho nod)- Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 
1724)— Anc. Dizzy 1741 by Dr iv er 1727 (W v ' ' 



Sallram* 1780 (Eclipse 1764)- Calash 1775 by Herod 1758 (Taruir 1743)— Teresa 1707 by 

Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)-Brown Regulus 1759 by Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)— 

Miss Starling Jr. 1752 by Starling 1727 (Bay Bolton 17C5). 
Dioraed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Matchem !7-!8 (Cade 17.34)— Molly Long 

Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Cole's Foxhunter 1727 (Brisk 

1711)— Sist. to Cato by Partner 1718 (Jigg) 



Diomedn77 (Florizel 1768)— ♦Castianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 
;Tabitha I7S2 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 

(Babrah:im 1740)— Dan. of Forester 17.50 (Forester 1736). 
*Citizen 1785 (Pacolet 1763)-Dau. of *Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s 177.3)— Dau. of Ashe's 

Roebuck (< Sweeper)— Dau. ol Haine's King Herod 1770 (*Feamought 1755)— Dau. of 

Partner 1755 (*Traveller 1747). 



Pacolet 176i (Blank 1 740)— Princess 1774 by Turk 1763 (Regains 1739)- Fairy Queen 1762 
bv Y. Cade 1747 (Cade 17:14)— Black Eyes 1740 by Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.)— Warlock 
Galloway 1728 bv Snake (Lister Turk). 

Huntsman" 178.1 (-Mnu-etrap 1771)— Dau. of Symmes' Wildair 1767 ('Fearnought 1755)— 
Dau. of *Feariiought 1755 (Heguliis 17:39)— Dan. of *Janus 1740 (Janus 17.39). 



siV^4 






•Diomed 1777 (Florizel 17i.8)—»Castiauira 1796 by Rockingham nsi (Highflyer 1774)— 
Tabitha 178.' by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 174.3)— Dau. of Bosnhorus 1754 
(Babraham 1740)— Dau. of Forester 1750 (Forester 17:36). 
T.O,, i,fo> ^r *Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)- Dau. of Symmes' Wildair 1767 ('»Feamought 17.55)— Dau. 
Daughter oi ^j Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Otheno)— Dau. of *FaUower 1761 (Blank 174))-Dau. of 

cu. m., ^ »Vampire 1757 (Regulus 17391. 

•Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Dau. of "Shark 1771 (Marske 17501— Dau. of Harris' 
Eclipse 1770 ("Fearnought 1755)— Dau. of *Fearnought 17.55 (Regulus 1733)— Dau. of 
*Joily Roger 1741 (Roundhead 17a3)-Dau. of "Sober John 1748 (Rib 17:^6). 
*Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773— Dau. of *Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760)— Dau. of 
Svmmes' Wildair 1767 («Fearnonght 1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by "Fearnought 1755 
(Regulus 17:39)— "Kitty Fisher 1755 by Cade 1734 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Ball' 

Florizel, 

ch. b., 1801. 

Daughter of, 

b. m., 1799. 



Emilius, 
b. h., 1820. 



Lady Grcv, 
b. m., 1817. 



Orville 1799 I Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1734)— 

Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1773 

(Otho 1760)— Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)— Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 

1778)— May 1804 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Mam- 

brino 17BH (Engineer 175B)— Cricket 1776 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 

' Sir Archy 1805 ("Diomed 1777)— Robin mare by "Robin Redbreast 1796 (Sir Peter T. 

17M)_Dau. 1788 of "Obscurity 1777 (Eclipse 1764)— Slamerkin 1768 by »Wildair 1753 

(Cade 17:34)— "Cub mare 1762 bv Cub 1739 (Fox 1714). 
Robin Grey 1805 ("Royalist 17S0)— Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 (*Medley 1776)— Dau. of 

"Highflyer 1784 (Hig'hflyer 1774)— Dau. of "Fearnought 1755 (Regulus 1739)— Dau. of 

Ariel 1756 ("Traveler 1747). 



,1815 



1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram" 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
(Otho 1760)_D:zzv 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1424). 
Scud 1804 (Beningbrough 1791)— Goosander 1805 by Hambletonian 1793 (King Fergus 
1775)— Rally 1790 by Trumpator 1783 (Conductor 17(>7)— Fancy 1780 by Florizel 1768 
(Herod 1758)- Sist.'l763 to Juno by Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722). 



Trrtmn Dlck Audrcws 1797 (Joe .Andi 
iraciip. Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1' 

D. n., 1810. j„,j (Herod 1758)"-Evr,l,i-linL. 

Daughter of, Sancjio 180.1, (Don Q, • ' 

ch m.. 1810. 



73)— Wildgooee i 
1773 (Ec lips.' K 1 1 - 
'Seliral802(Hii/:' i"l 
1791ofMerri; 
by Marske 1 ; : ' ^ 
Tramp 18iO(DiLk Ai.^ 
1798 by Trumpatc 
17.'t8) — Promise 171 



17781- Dau. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 
(T. Sweepstakes 1743)-Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 

::, liy Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17."-0). 

I'.lacklock's Dam 1799 by Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'8 

]\ri 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o-s 

I i v ( loldflnder 1764 (Snap 1750). 



liK chante 1809 by W'6 Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Dan. 
; i " 1764)-Dau. 1776 of Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 
-Vixen 1753 by Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar. 1724). 
;.,7i_\V.-b 1.811S bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)--Penelope 

I !,i-i"i \:i:-., Prnue'lla 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 



Mameluke, 
b. h., 1824. 



Partisan 1811 (Waltm 
Sophia 1798 by Buy 
1774 (Herod 1758)— 1 
Bobadil 1813 (Rubens 
Princess blk. m. 171 
gannon 1780 (Eclipi 
■ m. 1779 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743 
1734)— Spinster ch. m. 17:35 by Partner 1718 (Jigg)— Bay Bloody Buttocks b, 
by Grevliound iChillabvi— Brown Farewell bi - -- • .... 



Y.dlow Turk)— Dau. of Place's White Turk-Dati. of Dodsworth— Layion Bari) Ma 



1 .1 : u , by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
ll,et„er 1773)— Huncamunca 1787 by Highflyer 

uilTcl 1754 (Traveller 17:35). 

idk. ni. 1813 by Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— 
n84 (Highflver 1774)— Dan. br. m. 1789 by Dun- 
m. 1783 of 'furf 1760 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. b. 
Golden Grove ch. m. 1760 by Blank 1740 (God 

^ ^ :ks b. m. V,i<.) by Bloody Buttocks— Sist. 1722 to 

1710 by Makeless (Oglethorpe Ar.)— Dau. of Brimmer (D'Arcy 



-Dau. 



1.16 Tlie Breeders' Hand Book and Guide. 



IMPORTED DECEIVER. 

WINNER OF THE EPSOM GRAM) PRIZE. 

Property of Messrs. S. C. Li/ne rf- Co. Stands at Larchmonf Stock Farm, Win- 
dom, Ky. Service hy contract. 

Imported Deceive!?, bay horse, foaled 1880, bred by Her Alajesty Queen Vic- 
toria, by Weulock (winner of the St. Leger), son of Lord Clifden (winner of tlie St. 
Leger) by Newminster by Touchstone. His dam Boot and Saddle by Trumpeter, son 
of Orlando (winner of the Derl)y) by Touchstone, out of Rinderpest by Alarm, winner 
of the Cambridgeshire Handicap, sou of Venison by Partisan. Wenlock is the sire of 
Sanda, the dam of Sainfoin, winner of the Derl)y in 1890. Adine, his (Deceivers) gran- 
dam is by Slane, sire of Couyngliam, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, and Merry Monarch, 
winner of the Derby, and The Princess, winner of the Oaks, son of Royal Oak by Cat- 
ton. Alarm is sire of Torment, the daiu of the Oaks winner Tormentor by King Tom, 
and dam of Laura, dam of Petrarch, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, St. Leger and Ascot 
Gold Cup, imp. Laureate and Rotherhill. Deceiver's great grandam is by imp. Glencoe. 
Deceiver was a good race-horse at two years oUl, ran third in the Chesterfield Stakes 
to Galliard and Export, Malibrau, Touch-Me-Xot behind him ; ran second in Hulnaker 
Stakes to Peine Blanche, eight others behind him, including Blue Rock, aud was un- 
placed in the Prendergast Stakes. At three years old ran third to Grandmaster and 
Ossian in the Newmarket Craven Stakes with eight others behiud him ; was unplaced 
in 2,000 Guineas, won by Galliard; won the Epsom Grand Prize, IJ miles, 11.5 lbs., 
beating Goldtield, Ossian, Energy and four others ; was unplaced in the Ascot Derby ; 
ran second to Galliard in the St. James P.alace Stakes, 1 mile, beating Potosi ; ran 
tliird in the Midsummer Stakes :it Newmarket, and was unplaced in the Stewards' 
Cup at Goodwood and Chesterfield Cup at Ascot ; ran second to Montroyd in Wharn- 
cliti'e Stakes, 1 mile, at Doncaster, with three others behind him; was third in the 
Free Welter Handicaii Plate at Brighton and third in the Ashcombe Handicap at 
Lowes. At four years old was unplaced in City and Suburban Handicap; ran second 
to Southampton in Princess of Wales Free Handicap at Sandown Park, with nine be- 
hind him ; was third in the Epsom Town Plate and unplaced in Royal Stakes at Ep- 
som. Deceiver combines all the best racing blood in his pedigree, aud traces to the 
Childers mare, to which trace in direct female lino Bustard (by Buzzard), Hampton 
(by Lord Clifden), Blair Athol and all tlie Qnecn Mary family, Petrarch, Pretender, 
Sir Bevys, Tristan, Carlton, Beanch'rc Rotherhill an<l all the Postmaster and Peggy 
family in America. 

Deceiver is a success in the stu<l. Sire of Brownwood, Ceverton, Cruickshank, 
Deceit, Dou<a8ter, Ducat, Falstatf, Fay S., Frank Kinny, Florence T., .John Berkley, 
Judge Arkell, Marietta, Mirage, I'eddlor, Pretender, Puryear D., Orlie, Kaguarock, etc. 



Waxy ngO-Pot-8-o-'B 177:J— Eclipse nB4— Mai>ke 1750— Squirt 1733— Barili' 



ililurs- Dailcv Arabian in 



5 i Camel, 
3 1 br. h., lUii 



.53 



Tomboy's 

dam, 
ch. m..l817. 



Hnraprev 

Clinker," 

b. h., 18*!. 

Daughter of, 

b. m.,1825. 



iWhalfbone ISO? (Waxv I7U(I)— Daii. IM'.' 'it s.lini imij iljn/.zanl i;m -M liucn 1801 
I by Sir Pcler T. 17sl jHi-lillver -.77-11- Dau ir^> "f I'Iil-u.iu.-iimii 1>im llrr.ul 1 ;.-,8)— 

.Matron 178.! by Flurizel i7 .k iHerod 1758i. 
IMastuT Ueury 1815 lOrville 159J)— Boadicea 1807 by .■\lexander 178i (Eclipse 17G4)— 

Brunette by Amaranibus HUG (01(1 England 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 

I iCaUe i::i4i— Dau 1,55 i>t Starling 173.S (Starligi; 1727). 

Pavnator 17yi (Train])ator 17n2i— Dan. olBenin^'brough 1701 (King Fergus 1775)— Jenny 

Mole 17S7 by Carbuncle 17;a iBabr. Blank 1758)— Dau. 1773 of ITmce T'Quassaw 1751 

(Snip 173u)— SulUua 1759 by Re^ulus 173!) (God Ar. 1724). 
Ardrossan 1800 (Jolin Bull 178!>)— Ladv Eliza 1813 by Whitwortb 1805 (Agonistea 17071— 

Dau. 1793or Spudille 1.>H (lligbflyer 1774)-Sylvia 1783 by Y. Marske 1771 iMarske 

^750)— FeiTCt 17i.5 i.y Bnith In Silvio (Cade 17:i4 ). 

Comus 1809(Sorceiir 171W)— Llinkerina 1812 by Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Pevvet 

178;! by Tandem 1773 (Syph.m 17.50)— Termagant by Tantrum 17i:0 (Cripple 1750)— 

Cautatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1733). 
Cervantes 1806 (Don (Juixote 1784)— Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1802 (Gohanna 1790)— Dau. 

1810 of Paynator 1701 (Trumpator 1782)— Circle 1802 by St. George 1789 (Highflyer 

1774)— Abiga il 1788 bv Wood pecker 17 7 3 (Herod 1758). 



Martha Lvnn, 
br. m., 1K.37. 



l^ IrBirdcatcher 



Blacklock 1814 (Whitelc.ck ls03)— Dau. 181(1 of Phantom 1808 (Walton 1709)— Dau. 1802 

of Overton 1788 (Kinu K.i-iis 1775)— Dau. 1796 of Walnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 

1786 of Ruler 1777 i Y. Mar.-ke 1771). 
Mulatto 1823(Catt>>u lSo:i)— I.ida 1821 by Filho-da-Puta 1812 (Haphazard 1797)— Treasure 

1809 by Camillas 1803 (Hambletonian 179i)— Dau. 1804 of Hyacintlius 1797 (Coriander 

1786)— Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764). 



Echidna, 
b. m., 1838. 



Glencoe,* 
ch. h., 1831. 



Sir Hercules, 
blk. h., 1826. 



Guiccioli, 
ch. m., 1823. 



Sir Hercules 1826 (Whalebone 1807)— Guiccioli 1833 by Bob Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 
1787)— Flight 1809 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 
(Herod 1758)— Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734). 

Economist 1825 (Whisker 1812)-Miss Pratt 1825 by Blacklock 1814 ( Whitelock 1803)- 
Gadabout 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Jlinstrel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 1784 
(Hi ghfl yer 1774)— Matron 178 2 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758) , 

Sultan 1816(Selim 1802)— Trampoline 1825 by Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews n97)-Web 

1808 by Waxy 17aO (Pot-8-o-s 1773)- Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
1767)— Prnnella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17158). 

Muley 1810 (Or\ ille 1799)— Clare 1824 bv Marmion 1806 (Whiskey 1789)— Harpalice 1814 
bv Gohanna 1790 (Mercurv 1778)— Amazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentham 1766)— 
F'rac l-ious 1792 b y Mercu ry 1778 (Eclip.s e 1764). 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 170ft)-Peri isa-rbv Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790)— Thalestris 

1809 by Alexander 1782 lEclip-e 176))— Kival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774) 
—Hornet 17t0bv Drone i;;; iir-rc.d IT58). 

Bob Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 17-; i— FliL'lit 1809 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)- Y. 
Heroine by Bagot 1780(HiTud ]7.")8)— Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 
1766 o f Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 



Banter, 
T. m., 1826. 



Emilius, 
b. h., 1820. 



Partisan, 
b. h., 1811. 



Jerry 1821 (Smolensko 1810)— D.iu. 1817 of Ardrossan 1809 (John Bull 1789)— Ladv Eliza. 
1813 by Whitwortb 1F05 (Agonistes 1797)- Dau. 1793 of Spadille 1784 (Hisrhflyer 1774)— 
Svlvia 1781 bv Y. Marske 1771 (Mar-k.- 17.501. 

rime Ministc-V Isii) i^S'nirh,, i.s.ii ,-Maiii;ir isiT, In- sliiittle 1793 (Y. Marske 1771)— 
.■\niici|>:iti.in l.s.i-i In- l'.>'iiiiiL-lirniii;li |-.',)i , Kin^ K. vl'ii.~ 1 7 ;5i— Expectation 1779 by 
Herod l:5sCl'artar 174:ii — Dau. K.'.s i.l^kiui 17 .i; [Siarliiit; 17-.'7V 



Whalebone 18:i7 (Waxv iroo)— Dau. 1812 of Seliin 180-' (Buzzard* 17871— Maiden 1801 bv 
Sir Peter#T. 1784 (Highflyer n74)-Dau. 1788 of Phenomenou 1780 (Herod 1758)- 
Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.58). 

Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799)— Boadicea 1807 bv Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17t>l)— Bru- 
nette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old England 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 
17:il)— Dau. 17.55 of Aric. Starling 17W (Starling 1727). 



1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. 1808 of Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Y. Giantess 
1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 
Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babi-aham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Bustard 1813 (Castrel ISOl)— Olympia 1815 by Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17841- Scotilla 
1795 bv Anvil 1777 (Herod 17.58)— Scota 1783 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Harmony 
1775 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 



Carton 1809 (Gohimpns 1802)— Orvillina 1804 bv Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 177.5)— 
Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Termagant by Tantrum 17t;0 (Cripple 
1750)-Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1733). 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. of Skyscraper 1786 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 1796 of 
Dra;;on* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)- Fidget's dam 1777 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 
Sist. 1770 to Sweetbriar bv Svphon 17.'() (Squirt 1732). 



Orville 1799 (Beningbrough n91)-Emilv 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
(Otho 1760)-Dizzv 17.57 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Rubens 1.805 (Buzzard* 1787)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Prn- 
nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
J ulia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Parasol 1800 bv Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Prunella 
1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 17.50 (Sni|) 17.36)— Julia 1756 
by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Smolensko 1810 (Sorcerer 1796)— Jerboa 1803 bv Gohanna 1790 (Mercui-y 177S)— Camilla 
1778 bv Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1764 by Compton Barb- 

_ Sist. 1713 to Regulns by God. Ar. 1724. 

Whalebbne'1807 (Waxv 17«0)— Defiance 1S16 by Rubens 1805 (Bnzzaid* 1787)— Little 
Follv 1806 by Highland Fling 179S (Spadille 1784)— Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 1780 
Eclipse 17&4)— Dau. 1785 of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748). 

X. Y. Z. 1808 (Haphazard 1797)— Janetta 1803 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 
1775)— Dau. 1797 of Drone 1777 (Herod 17.=8)— Contessiiia 1787 by Y. JIarske 1771 
( Marsk e 17.50 )— Tuberose 1772 by Herod 17.58 ( Tartar 1743). 



a S; M — ' Daughter of, 

a I a 5 -^ b. m., 1819. 



Glencoe,* 
ch. h., 1831. 



Catton 1809 ((3olumpiis 1892)— Dau. 1818 of Smolensko 1810 (Sorcerer 1796)-Lady Mary 
1800 bv Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)-Dau. of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— 
D:mi. of Marske 175n"(Squirt 1732). 

Orville 179'.) (Beningbrough 1701 1 E|isom Lass 1803 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (HiL-hflyer 
1774) Alexiiia 178s i,v Km.. Fer,'u~ 177.5 (Eelipse 1764)— Lardella 1780 by Y. Marske 
1771 (Mar-ke 17,-0) -l)au. of V. ( ■a. le 1717 (lade 1734)^ 

Sultan IBii; (Selini l,Si12) -Trampoline 18-J5 bv Tramp 1810 (Dick .Andrews 1797)— Web 
]8'Sbv Waxv 17011 (Pot-S-o.'s I7731-Penel6pe 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
1767) -Pruno lla 17-8,s by Highfl yer 1 774 (Herod 17.58). 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 17'.'0) -Hazardess b. m. 1818 by Haphazard 1797 (Sir Peter T. 
1784)— Dau. br. m. '18119 of Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Spiiietta b. m. 1792 by 
Trumpator 1782(Conduclorl767)~Peggvb.m. 1778 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 174:3) -Dau. of 

' Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Dau. of Gowcr Stallion 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Childers. 



13S Tlie Brmkrs' Iliiiid l'„n,l; and Giiidi- 



IMPORTED DONALD A. 

Imparled in utero. The Propertif of J. B. Lucas, Gimdwnnd Slitd, St. Louis, 
Mo. Service hij private contract. 

Donald A., chestnut horse, foaled 1881, bred by Com. Kittson iu tlio Ej-deu- 
beiiii Stvid, Pa., by Scottish Chief, sou of Lord of the Isles by Touihstone und Miss 
Auu by The Little Kuowu, sou of Muley, dam imp. Algebra by Uiophautus, sou of 
Orlaudo by Touchstoue, out of Beatrice by Voltigeur, etc. .Scottish Chief, his sire, 
won the Bieuuial Stakes at Ascot, and Chesterlield Stakes at two years old. At three 
years old ran tliird to Blair Athol and Gen. Peel iu the Derby, won the Biennial at 
Ascot and Ascot Gold Cup, beating Lord Clifdeu, The Ranger and others. Scottish 
Chief IS the sire of Marie Stuart, winner of the Oaks and St. Leger, C'hilderic, win- 
ner of the Chesterfield, Prince of Wales and Prendergast Stakes, third iu the Derby 
to Sefton and Insulaire, and second to Jauette in the St. Leger, and won the Don- 
caster Stakes and Royal Stakes at Newmarket. Scottish Chief is the sire of the dams 
of Common, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, of Douovau, winner 
of the Derby and St. Leger, Melton, winner of the Derliy and St. Leger, and Semo- 
lina, winner of the 1,000 Guineas. Algebra, his dam, is by Diophautiis, winner of the 
2.000 Guineas, grandam Beatrice, dam of Prestonpaus, winner, at two years old, of 
tlie Alexandra, Prince of Wales, Nursery, Hopeful and Criterion Stakes. At three 
years ohl he beat Philammon and Petroucl (wjuner of the 2,000 Guineas) in the Liver- 
pool Autumu Cup, by Voltigeur, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, and sire of 
Vedette (winner of the 2,000 Guineas). Vedette is the sire of Galopin (Derby winner) 
and Voltigeur is sire of the dam of Kiugcraft (Derby winner) and imp. Great Tom. 
Bribery, his third dam, is the dam of St. Albans, winner of the St. Leger and half 
sister to Lady Mary, the dam of Gang Forward, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, by The 
Libel, out of Splitvote, half sister to Miss Twickenham, the dam of Toddington, win- 
ner of the Derby, Ascot and Doucaster Cups, by St. Luke. Donald A. had a 
checqiiered career on the turf. He started iu thirty-fonr races and won nine, at |, f, 
7 furlongs, 1 mile and over hurdles with high weights. Donald A. is a very highly 
bred horse and from a distinguished racing family in England, and traces through 
the best racing blood to the Burton Barb uiaie, from which desceiuled in direct 
female line Whiskey, Selini, Rubens, Castrel, Catton, Whitelock, Blacklock, Sir 
Hercules, imp. Margrave, Harkaway, Voltigeur, Surplice, St. Albans, Lord Clifden, 
Mask, Pell Mell, Brag, Sheen, Gold, imp. Hurrah, imp. Aiuderby, imp. Billet, imp. 
Eagle and Spread Eagle, Waverly (by imp. Australian), etc. 



Pot-S-o-'s 1773-Eclipse ir64-Mar^kc 1"'^ -Srniirt 1732 -Barf lott's Childera— Darley Arabian 1699. 



S-Sj 



,4 MasterHenry 
|3e b. U., 1815. 

3 s Boadicea, 
C '*>■ m., 1807. 

«| 

Castrel. 



Vaxv 17H0 (P.>t-H-n-v i:t 1 i: 
UL-lla I7S8 liv Uiglidri i:.! 
Julia 17.56 by Blank U-HI {.ii-'i 

lelim 1K02 (Buzzarii= 17sT) i 
1788 of PhunomeuoD 178i> (U- 
Maiden 1770 bv Matchem n ,■ 



-niiiiglH 



S"5 




05 -• 


;3- = 


§- 


&■§ 


p) 3 








^ a 




d 'J 


„ 1 


p a 


« 










>: ~ 


5S 


si 





, |.,iir i;'.is hy Ti-nnipaiur 1783 (Coniluttor ir.T)— Pra- 
Ik'. "I n-)M— Pru;nise I7U8 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736)— 

; !i 1-1 i.v Sir PeterT. 1784 (Highflyer 177J)-Daa. 
I;itronl782 by Florizul 1708 (Herod 1758)— 

i)-:.u>f .Sophia 1805 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Pet>-r T. 
1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Huncamunca 1767 by High- 
flyer 1774 (llorod i:5^i Opher 1773 by Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 173.)). 
Alexander 17^3 1 1; iip-c r.iii)- Brunette bv .\maranihus 17()6 (Old England 1741)— May- 
tiy 1771 by Mati licui KJs (Cade 1734)— Dau. 1755 of Anc. Starling n:» (Starling 1727)- 

Look-at-ini'-La'l> 1731 l.y B rist. Grasshop p er (Byerly T.) • 

' Buzzard* 17sr • \\ Oodiiecki-r lT73i-Dau. of Alexander 1782 lEclipee 1704i-Dau. of Hi<.'li- 
/.K 1, loni I flver 1774 (lluriid 17.5-M- Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 17481— Dau. 1770 of Engineer 
en. n., 18U1. | ifsg ,sampson ni5i. 

THoIia Peruvian 18U6 ( Sir Peter T. 1784i-Muddora 1S04 bv Meteor 17S3 lEclipse 17C4i— Maid- 

-h „ ,i,- I of all-Work 17r6 by Highflvcr 1774 iHerod I7.";8i-Sist 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 
en. m., j»io. I 1750 (Squirt 1732i-Daii. of Regulus 1739 (Ood. Ar. 1724). 



— ~. -.-= ' IrOttery, 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797i— Mandane 1600 by Poi-S-o-'s 1773 i Eclipse I7i'4i— Y. 
Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 175Si-Camilla 1778 by Trentham IVS .T. 
Sweepstakf^s ]743i— Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb. 



46 



r, . , f Cervantes l.s06 iDon Quixote 17841- Anticipation 1832 by Beningbrough 1791 iKini Per- 

1, m iKi« J gtis 1775) -Expectation 1779 bv Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743)— Dau. 1758 of Skim 174i: 

I ' I (St arl ing 1727)— Dan. 1751 of Janus 1738 (God. Ar. 1724i. 

Orville jBeninabrough 17yMKlng Fergus 17;5)-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod ir.'S)- 

I V. h i-^a Termairant bv Tantrum 17111 (Ciipple 17.50)- Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 

D.n.,1,99. n33)-Dau. 1737of Regulii- 1, :i,c.,i . Ar, nait. 

vi^<,„nr 'Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* V-" \ '. - 1791) bv Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 176*)- 

K .1; i-oa I Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1 , > ; i Mollv Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1740 

, p. m.. !(!).■<. (God. Ar. 1724). Dim. of Fo: iiiit i:-; Iir,<k 1711). 






Zodiac, 
ch. h., 1801. 

Jerboa, 
b. m., 1803. 



Cobweb, 
b. m., 1821. 



s J* >.£i 
S _: a _; 

l'~'=S b. h., 1822. 



St. George 1789 (Hiihflyer 1774) - Abigail 1788 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 175^)— Five- 
tail 1772 by Eclipse 1764 iMarske ]750)-Da"u. 1764 of Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17:4)- 
Naylor 1748 by Cade 17:M (God. Ar. 1724). 

Gohannal7'.i0 (.Mercury 1778)-C.-.miUa 1778 bv Trentham 17i;6 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— 
Coquette 1764 bv Compton Barb-Sist. 1743 to Eegulus by God. Ar. 1724— Grev 
Robinson 1723 by Bald Galloway (St. Victor Barb). 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 17871 -Baccliante 1809 by W's Ditto 180O (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Daii. 
1791 of Merc-i-v '77- ' f:.'ii,ise 1764)-Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Folly 1771 
by Marske i::,' — ■; rr ';■«]. 

Phantom l-D'^ . :i -Filaeree 1815 bv Soothsayer 1803 (Sorcerer 1796)— Web 

1808 byW, v 1; ' i'. s-o.'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (.Conductor 
1767)-Pn[nc,ki l,.^:- 1\ llia liflver 1774 (Herod 17.54). 



Phnntnm Phantom 18(8 (Walton 1799)— Emmeline 1817 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-Sorfcrv 
ruanium, , jg,^ b^. Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator i;82i-Cobbea 1802 by Skyscraper 1786 (Highflyer 

' ■ I 1774)— Dau. 1788 of Woodpecker 1773 iHerod 17581. 
Sister to 'Camillns 1803 .H.amhlft.)iiian 1792)-Dau. 1S09 l)v Sancho 1801 (Don Quixote 17S4)— 
S[)Luker, , Mi<s Hornpipe Te.izle IsOJ liv Sir Peter T. 1784 iHishflyer 1774 (-Hornpipe 1793 by 
b. m., 1817. I Trumpator 178; iCondiutur 1767i-Luna 1779 bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 174.3). 



Camel, 
br. h., 182-; 



Orville. 
b. h., 1799. 



c! 


- 




&» 


a 




^- 


.= 




^ 







Gibside 

Fairy, 

). m., 1811. 



Whalebone ]S')7 ( Waxy 1790. -Dan. 1812 of Selim 1S02 (Buzzard* 1787)— SIniden 1801 by 

Sir Peter T. 1784 ("ilighflver 1774)— Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 iHerod 175S)— 

Matron 1782 bv Florizel 176.^ (Herod 1758). 

Master Henry 18"l5 (Orville 1799)— Boadicea 1S07 by Alexander 1783 .Eclipse 17641— Bru- 

j nette by Amaranthns 17ijS )01d England 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Mati;hem 1748 (Cade 

I 17^4)- Dau. 1755 of Starling 1738 (Starling 17^7). 

"jSelim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. ll^OSof Wahon 1799 (Sir PeterT. 17841— Y. Giantess 

1790 bv Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 17fi8i— Giantess 1769 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 
Mollv'T.r.)../ T.-t's ir=,>j hv B)l.rnhim 1740 (God- Ar. 1734). 

BustaiM 1^!;.. 1-1..; I-.). .)!. ill 1815 l)v Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir PeterT. 1784)— Scotilla 

17.). '....: Hi. '■ <. Ota 1783 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17.501— Harmony 

^Ben)ni;bi..((s;li i,).i (K((is,' t i-)m(= jTi.5 i-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 .Herod 1758 — 
Termagant by Tantrum li(W (Cripple 1750)- Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 .Blaze 
1733)— Dan. 17.57 of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724.. 

Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1799 of ^Tiiskey 17.89 (Saltram* ITS)))— Grey 
Doi-imant 1781 bv Dorimant 1772 (Otho 1760)— Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 .God. Ar. 
1734)-Dizzv 1741 'by Driver 1727 ) Wynn Ar.). 

Waxv I79.J (Pot-<-o-'8 n;3)— Penelope 171.8 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella na^ l>v Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36)— 
Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 

Hermes 1790 ( Mercury 177S)— Vicissitude 1800 by Pipator 17g6(Imperator 177Si— Beatrice 

1791 bvSir PeterT. 1784 (Highflvc-r 1774)— Pvrrha 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 
Duchess 1748 bv Whitenose 1743 (God. Ar. 1734). 



Blacklock. 
b. h., 1814. 



Whitelock 1801 (Hambletonian 1792)- Dau. 1799 of Coriander 178B (Pot-S-o-'s 1778) - 
Wild!,roo8e 1792 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 






Leda, 
b. m., 1834. 



(Eclipse 17 

Phantom 18 B 

of Wlhl'ir 



r by Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 17.50). 

-Dau. ISOi of Overton 17as (King Fergus 177.5)-Dau. 179; 

: ; 1 1 -Dau. 1786 of Ruler 1777 (Y'. JIarske 1771)— Piracantba 

i;3t 



1768)-D.-S)le(nOMa 177') by :viar-k.. 

Pilho-da-Puta 1H12 (Hapbazar.l IT'); 

17fl2)-Dau. 18(Hof Hvacimh.is IT: 

(Eclipse 17611 Atalarit.'! 17. '.) I.^ M 



Woodcock br. 
m. by Makole 
Burton Xutural Barb 



-me ISO:) by Camillns 1803 (Hambletonian 
iiD.l.r 17.8)11 -Flora 1^89 by King Feigus 1775 

1 us (Cade 17341. 

~'«l T>«T,f,,rr,/,„ ICastrcl 1^11 (P. i://,(i.l !s; 1 ,1, 1 h '. IVrovian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 17^M)—M^sidor,^ 
a^'rhh iSft IMM ' V M t... r i>;.i:, ;;. M f-a'.l-Work 178H by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

-. en. n., itvsi. i;.-,._|)„„ k:, ,,f ...,,„,,,,, I, ,- I, ,-.;■:>. 
ti-sl p«.:nniT>orio ICamel 1>2 J ( \Mial)jl...nL- 1MJ7 — liaiii.i jsj.bv Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799— Boa- 
j= •• br m lu?'!' ' fl'cea 1807 by Alexander 17.s2 (Eclipsu 17«l)-Brunetie by Amaranthus 17(16 (Old Eng- 

-^ or.m.. i^^.i. land 1 741) Ma yfl y 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1731). 

-3 St Ttilro Bedlamite 1823 (Weibeck 1813)-Eliza Leeds 1817 by Comus 1809 (Sorcerer 1796)-Hi-len 
^2 rh m fail I 1811 liy Hambletonian 1792 (King Fe-^DS 17751 Susan 1800 bv Overton 1788 (King 
> r' ' I Fergus 1775)-Dro\vsy 1790 by Dron e ':; 

SSj Flootrpua 'Election 1804 ((ioh;inna 179(1) -Dan. b. i" i ■. 
?'a\ chm 1«Vq I b. in. 1784 by Alfred 1770 (Mntrhcm I": 
tj^\ en. m., isiM. I i7.'(o,_naH.b. m. neSofOlii K.r-)..:.l 1-4 
■^^^^^^^^^ 174.5- Miss Cade ch. m. 17511 In ) ..I. r ) ' 
OrevbouiirtI723(Grevh()un.l)-- : :: !' 
a. 1717 bv ■Woodcock (Bustler)— Lusty Thorrjloii .1 

sU-Iliorpe .\r.)— Old Thornton bv Briiiiiiur ((■■.. \ a 



K18 (Jiasj)— Brown 
r nut Thornton ch. 
sou (Dodsworth) — 



1-10 The Breeders' ILuid Jio„l.- aiiil liniilr. 



IMPORTED DUTCH ORGAN. 

Propertii of Win. ArnrJfe, Sh%ron Slock Fur in, Slviron, III. Service fee pnh- 
lislied annwdly. 

Dutch Organ, bay horse, foaled 1878, bred by Mr. T. Whltiug, by Lowlauder, 
son of Dalesmau by King Tom and Liifra by Wiudhound, son of Pantaloon, dam 
Tymbestere by The Rake, son of Wild Dayrell by Ion, second dam Timbrel by Rata- 
plan, own brother to Stockwell, out of Belsay by Lanercost, son of Liverpool. Low- 
lauder was a good race-horse, winner of the Great Warwickshire Handicap, Royal 
Hunt Cup at Ascot, Ascot Plate, Newport (Jnp twice, Stockbridgo Cup, Stewards' Cup 
at Chester, Queen's Stand Plate at Ascot, Lenox Stakes at Goodwood, in which he 
defeated Trapplst, etc., and other good races, and is the sire of Lowland Chief, 
■winner of the Stewards' Cup at Goodwood and Royal Stakes at Epsom. Imp. The 
Rake, sire of his dam, is sire of the good colt The Reaper. Rataplan, sire of his 
grandam, is own brother to Stockwell, a superior race-horse, sire of Kettledrum 
(winner of the Derby) and of the dams of Apology (winner of the 1,000 Guineas, 
Oaks and St. Leger), Rigolboche (dam of Cremorne, winner of the Derby), and Min- 
eral, dam of Weulock (winner of the St. Leger), and Kisber (winner of the Derby). 
Bels.ay, his third dam, is by Lanercost, sire of Catharine Hayes (wiuner of the Oaks) 
Van Tronip (winner of the St. Leger) and EUerdale, the dam of Ellington (winner 
of the Derby) and Summerside (winner of the Oaks). Belsay is half sister to the 
good horse Vindex and Vesta, dam of Sabinns (winner of the Cambridgeshire 
Handicap aud Ascot Gold Cup). Garland, his fourth dam, is half sister to 
Gaiety, dam of Gamester (wiuner of the St. Leger). Dutch Organ ran second to 
Syringe in the first year of the 24th Zetland Biennial .Stakes, 5 furlongs, with three 
behind hiui. At three years old ran second to Macadam in Silver Bells Handicap, 1 
mile, at Pai.sley ; second to Master Rat in Maiden Plate, 1 mile, at Ayr; second to 
Melodious in Plate, J of a mile, at Ayr, and was third in Athole Handicap, ') furlongs. 
At four years old won the Silver Bells Handicap, 1 mile, 122 lbs., at Paisley ; won 
Glasgow Handicap Plate, 1 mile, 94 lbs., at same place, and same day won the Burgh 
Member's Plate, li miles. 131 lbs., giving 21 lbs. to Astronomy, who was second. At 
five years old ran thiril in National Hurdle Plate, 2 miles, to Ridotto and Attache, 
U'^ lbs., with seven behind him. At Sandown Park won Claremont .Steeplei-hase 
Handicap, 2 miles, 145 lbs., in lield of nine ; won Hampton Hurdle Handicaj), 2 miles, 
at Packington, 1.51 lbs. At Nottingham won Oxton Hurdle Handicap, 2 miles. 1.5.5 
lbs., defeating field of eight. Dutch Organ is IG bauds high, weighs 1,205 lbs., good 
bone and excollout disposition. 



Waxy n9J-Pot-8-o-'8 ITTS-EcUpse lT(i4-Mar8ke irsO-Squirt irsa-Bartlett's Childers -Parley Arabian 1099. 



Is 5 



m 



Economiet, 

b. h , 1^23. 

Fanny 



Glencoe,* 
ch. h., 1831. 



Castrel, 
ch. h., 1801. 

Idalia, 
cb. lu., 181.1. 



Whisker 1812 (Waxy 17:iO)-Fliiranth.- 1818 by Octavian 1807 (Stripling 1795)— Caprice 

17117 by Anvil 1777 iHurnd 17:>S)— Madcap 1571 liy Eclipse 17U4 (Marske 1750) -Sappho 

17ti3 by Blank 1710 (.<ii.d. -U. 172J). 
Nabocklish ISIl ^Ku^'antino 1803)— Mise Tooley 180S by Teddy the Grindi.r 1.98 

(Asparagus 17871 -Ludy Jane 17S!6 by Sir Peter T. 1781 i Highflyer 1774 i~Pauhna 1778 

by Florizel 1708 (Herod n.'iS)— Captiv e 1771 b y Mat chem 174 8 (Cade 17^i4i 

Suban 1810 (Selim 1802)— Trampoline 1825 by Tramp 1810 iDiek Andrews 1797)-Web 

1808 by Wasy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'8 17731— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1707)— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 
Muley 1810 (Orville 1799)— Clare 18*4 by Marmion 1806 (Whiskey 17891— Harpalico 1814 

by Grohanua 1790 (Mercury 1778) -Amazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentbam 1700)— 

Fractious 1792 by Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1704). 



Buzzard' nSJ (Woodpecker 1773)— Uau. of Alexander 17K2 tEclipse 1764)— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dan. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 17.50 (Sampson 1745). ,. . , 

Peruvian 18U6 (.Sir Peler T. 1784)— Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Ecbpse 1704)-Maid- 
of-all-Work 178) by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 
1732)— Dau. of Reguliis 173.1 (God. Aj. 1724). 



Id.iUa, 



3 ->_ a< u 



Touchstone, 
br. h., 18)1. 






si 



. Ml 



BUcklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)-Dau. 1817 of .Juniper 1803 (W hiskey 1789)-Dnu. 1810 

of Sorcerer 1790 (rrumpator 1782)— Virgin 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Dau. 1794 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1761). , . , „„ 

Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 17&i)-T. Noisette 1789 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— 

Noisette 1774 by Squirrel 17.54 (Traveller 17851-Carina 170B by Marske 1750 (Squirt 

17321 -Dan ."..i of Blank 1740 ( God. Ar. 1724). 

iBuzzard' :78r i Uoodpeclier 17731— Dau. of Alexiinderl782 lEclipse 1764i— Dau. of High- 
j flyer 1774 lUenid 173S)-Dan. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 17481— Dau. 1770 of Engineer 
i 1736 (Sampson 1745i. „ ,. , ,, ., 

Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-MuBidora 1604 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 17641-Maid- 
ofall-Work 17:<6 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17;8i-Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 

17;i2i Dau. of ReguhK 17.i9 (God. Ar. 1724). 

" Camel 182J (Whalebone Ib07)-Bauter 1826 liy Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799i-Boa. 

dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 171^1)- Brunette by Amarantbus 1706 (Old 

England 1741) -Miiyfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (C.ide 17:14). 

Fillio-da-Piita 1812 (Hapliazart! 1797)-Fines6e 181.5 by Peruvian 1800 (Sir Peter T. 

, 1784) -Violante 1802 by John Bull 1789 (Fortitude 1777 1— Dau. 1788 of Highflyer 1774 

I ( Herod 1758i Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 1764 .aiarske 175 0i. 

■ Liverpool 1828 (Tramp 1810)-Otis 1820 by Bustard 1801 (Buzzard* 17K7) -Dan. 1813 of 

Election 1804 (Gohanua 1790) - Dau. 1791 of Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5Ki-Chanticlecr s 

dam 1778 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17.501. „ „ . 

Tomboy 1829 (Jerry 1821)- Lunatic 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho 1801)— Maniac 

1806 bv Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 17711-Anticipation 18U2 by Beningbrough 1791 

(King Fergus 1775)— Expectation 1779 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743). 

Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)-Dan. i817 or Juniper 1805 (Whiskey 17K9)- Dau. 1810 
of Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782i— Virgin 1801 by Sir Peter T. 17.s4 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Dau. 1794 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764). , „ , > ^ ,.„„ 

Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)-Dau. 1809of Shuttle 1793 d . Marske l,n)-Dai|. 1.9, 
of Drone 1777 iHerod 17581- Contessina 1787 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 1750i— Tube- 
rose 1772 bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743). 




Paulowitz 1813 iSir Paul 1802)- Dau. 1810 of Pavnator 1791 (Trumpator 1782)-Dan. 1805 
of Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 1795 of Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 1750)-Genfle 
Kitty 1774 by Silvio 1754 (Cade 1734). „ ^ ^_^^^ ^ ,^„„ , 

Edmund 18!4 (Orville 1799)-Medora 1811 by Selim 1802 (Buzzard* K87)-Dau. 1803 by 
Sir Harry* 1795 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1'.93 of Yolunleer 1780 (Eclipse 1704)-Dan. 
1 779_of Herod 1738 (Tartar 1743). 

Siiftan 1810 (Selim 1802)-Cobweb 1821 by Phanlom iai8 (Walton 1799)— Filagree 1815 
by Soothsover 1808 (Sorcerer 179i;)-Web iai8 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Pene- 
lope 1793 bv lYumpator 1782 (Conductor 17ii7). 

Malek 1824 (Blacklock 18141- Bessy 1815 by Y. Gouty 1805 (Gouty 1796)-Grandiflora 
1810 by Sir Harrv Dimsdale Ii-(i0 (Su- Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1799 of Pipator 178b 

_(Imperator 177Hi-Dau. 1790 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod I7.58V 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 17;)U)-Peri 1822 by Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790)— Thalestris 
1809 bv Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)-Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 
1774) -Hornet 1790 bv Drone 1777 (Herod 17681. 

Bob Booty HiU (Chani'icleer 1787)- Flight 1809 bv Ii. Escajie 1802 (Commodore 1793)— 
Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)- Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— 

Dau. 1760 of Sn ap 1 750 (Snip 1731)). 

-Banter 1826 bv Master Henry 1815 (Oiville 1799i-Boa- 
(Eclipse 17641— Brunette by Amarantbus 1766 (Old Eng- 



82i (Whalebone 1807 — Guiccioli 1823 by Bob Booty 1804 ((ilaniicleer 
1809 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)-Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 



Camel 18S (Whalebone 1807) 
dicea 18)7 bv Alexander 171 - _- . 
land 1741)— Mayfly 1771 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 17S4i. 
Reveller 1815 (Comi'is 18)9) -Morisca 1826 by Morisco 1819 (Muley 1810)— Waltz 1822 by 
Election 1804 iGuhanna 17TO) -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— 
Prunella 17«8 bv Hig bflve r 1774 (Herod 1758). 
Sir Herculi- 
17H7i-Pli'. 

(Herod 17581 -Heroine 1775 bv Hero 1753 (Cade 17341. 

Econoairst Ur, (Whi-ker lS12)-Miss Pratt 1826 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— 

GadiilHxit isl-j l,v (liville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Mhistiel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 

1781 .IliL'liOv.r KM)- Matron 1782 bv Florizel 1768 (HerorUTpSi^ 

Sultan isji, is,.[im isd.'i-Trampoline 1825 by Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)-Web 

1»H bv Waw 1791 (Pot-8-o.'s 1773)- Peiielone 1798 by Tnimpator 1782 (Conductor 

1707)— Piamella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 

Muley 1810 (Orville 1799) -Clare '1824 bv Marmion 1800 (Whiskey 1789)— Harpalice 1814 

by "Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)-.\mazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentbam 1766)— 

F'l- actiou s 1792 by Mercury 1778 (Ec l ipse 1701). 

Tramp 1810 (Dick~Andrews 1797) -Dau. 1822 of Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790)— Mandane 

l.HOO bv Pot-8-o-'8 1773 (Eclipse 1764)~Y. Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 

17.5S1 'Camilla 1778 by Trentbam 1706 (T. Sweepstakes 1743i. 

Bustard 1,801 (Buzzard* I787)-Dau. 1813of Election 1801 (Gohanna 1790)-Dau. 1(91 of 

Higbflver 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 175(i)-Rosebud 176o 

by Sn ap 17 .50 (Snip 1730). 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787) -Dau. 1808 of Walton 1799 (Sir Peter f . 1784)- Y. Giantess 
1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768) -Giantess 1709 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17.34i— 
Moily -Lon g-Legs 17.53 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

OVaxv 179ll)-Tlie Twinkle b. ra. 1«21 bv Walton 1T?9 (Sir Peter T. n«4)— 

iai4of Orvdle 1799 (Benincbroush 1791) -Liaette cr. m. 1806 by Hainbletonian 

nc Fergus 1775)— ('nniita.itia cr. m. 1796 by Walnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774)- Contes- 

■-" "■ Marske 17.50)— Tuberose gr. m. 1772 by Herod 17d8 

'715 l)v Bolton Starling 1727 (Bay Boltou 1705)- 
Tbuiiderbolt by Wood's Counsellor 1694 (D'Arcy 



Wliisker 1812 (W 
Da 



. ^.. .„. 1787 by V. .M 

(Tartar 1743)— Orev st.i 
ptfs Childers(I)arlev.Ar. ( 
Turk)- Dan. of Luggs ( DA 



Turk)- Dau. of DaviU's Old Woodcock. 



142 Tlie Breeder^ Ilitnd Bmik and Guide. 



ECUADOR. 

WINNER OF THE LORILLAKI) STAKE, MONMOUTH PARK, 1884. 
Fropciiii Iff BciiJ. F. CockriU, RichJnnd Sfitd, Nashville, Tenn. 

Ecuador, chestnut horse, foaled 1881, bred by Capt. Jas. Frankliu, Keuuesaw 
Stud, Tennessee, by Enquirer, son of imp. Leamiugtou and Lida by Lexington, dam 
Nevada, the dam of the grand race-horse Luke Blackburn, winner of 22 out of 24 
races at three years old, Greenland, Nova Zembla, Sierra Nevada, Bravo, etc., by 
Lexington, grandam Lightsome, dam of Salina (Salvator's dam). Sprightly (dam of 
Volturno, Elias Lawrence, Aretiuo, etc.), Crucifix (dam of Semper Felix, Leouatus" 
dam), and Semper Vive (dam of Fordham and Semper Idem, Longstreet's dam) by 
imp. (ilciicoe, out of Levity (dam of Lever, Legatee, Ruric, Mildred, dam of 
Monarchist), Minx (Monitor's dam), Stamjis (dam of Katie Pearce), Sultana (dam of 
She, Padislui, etc.), Nora Worth (dam of Force, Startle, Renown, etc.), Breuua (dam 
of Strathmore), Bradeniante (dam of The Bard), Athalaric (dam of Tom Martin), Sister 
to Ruric (dam of Grinstead), Kelpie (dam of Janet, 4 miles in 7.25), Duke of 
Montrose, Miss Austine (dam of Teuton, Faraday, etc ), Ermengarde, dam of Brocade 
(dam of Burch, Jennie B., Bertha B. (dam of Lizzie Baker, Judge Murray, Pat 
Kelly, etc.). Levity was out of Vandal's dam by imp. Tranby, that produced 
Volga (the dam of Barney Williams, Evade, dam of Blink Bonny, the dam of 
TuUahoma, she the dam of Tulla Blackburn and the great race-horse Tammany, 
winner of the Withers, Realization and Lorillard Stakes in 1892). Ecuador ran during 
his turf career 109 races, won at 5 furlongs three-iiuarters of a mile at two years old, 
won at mile in 1.4.5, 141 lbs., won the Lorillard Stake, li miles, 118 lbs., in 2.40J, won 
over timber, 1^ miles, in 2.50f, witli 138 lbs., won hurdle race, 1 mile, 134 ll)s., in 
2.00, won hurdle races, IJ miles, 160 lbs., and 2 miles, 150 lbs., and li miles, 163 lbs. 
He ran in and out of condition and was both a speedy and game horse. Ecuador is 
one of the nearest inbred Diomed horses living, his sire being out of a Lexington 
mare and his dam by Lexington, tracing back through Eclipse, a grandson of 
Diomed, and then to a daughter of the great Sir Archy, the Highflyer of America. 
On his dam's side he belongs to the great Levity family, the ne plus H»ra of American 
l)edigree8. This family has produced the greatest stallions of the last half century. 
Ecuador's dam will ever rank as one of the groat matrons of America through her 
Kous, Luke Blackbnrn, the "nonpareil," Greenland, Nova Zembla, Sierra Nevada, 
Bravo and others. 

Ecuador is young in the stud, is the sire of the winners Eleanor, Forest Rose, 
Gov. Brown, Majestic, Salvation, Pete, etc. 



Pot-8-o-'3 1773 -Eclipse IJW— Marske 1750 Squirt 173^ -Barilult's Childers-Darlcy Arabian lG9!i. 



njs by Trumimtor 17S3 (Conductor lVti7)— Pru- 
;:iS)- Promise 1768 by Suap 1730 (Snip 17S6)— 



Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 17731 ) 

nella 1788 by HigMyer n; I 

Julia 1736 by Blank 17411 (.. 
Wanderer 1811 (Gubanua i;'..ui Tlialcsuis 1809 by Alexander 17S2i Eclipse 1704)-Eival 

IbOO by Sir Peter T. 1784 (UigilUvur 1774)— Hornet 1790 by Dronu 1777 iHerod 1758)— 

Manilla 1777 by G oldlinder liii4 iSnap 1750). 



Cbanticleer 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— lerne 1790 by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758i—Dau. of 

Gamaboe (Bustard 1741)- Patty by Tim 1752 (Squirt 1732)— Miss Paicb 1737 by 

Justice 1725 (U. C. Litton Ar.i 
It. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793i— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 iHerod 1758)— Heroine 

1775 by Hero 1753 (Oade 1734)-Dau. 1760 of Snap 1730 (Snip 173b)-Sist. 1743 to Eegu- 

lus by God. Ar. 1724. 



Calypso, 
b. m., 1305. 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)-Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17641-Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 iHerod 1758i-Dan. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of En- 
gineer 1751 (Sampson 1743). 

Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Musidora 1804 by Meteor 17*3 (Eclipse 1764i— Maid- 
of-all-vvork 1786 by Highllver 1774 (Herod 1758)-Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 
1750 iSqiiirt 1732)-l)au. of Retju lus 173 9 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock ISO.Ji- Wagtail 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 iSaucbo UOD— 
Tranby*'8 dam 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Mi6s Grimstone 1796 by 
Weazle 1776 iHerod 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 17(:8 (Blank 1740i. 

Champion 1812 iSelim 18021-Etiquette 1820 by Orville 1799 iBeniughrough 1791)- 
Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Kclipee 17(>4i— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old 
England 174i)-Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade i;»l). 

Sir ..\rchy lti05(»l)iomed 17.7i- Dau. of »Saltiam 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Uau. of Sj-mmes' 
Wiltlair 1767 (»Fearnought 1735)— Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Otbello)— Dau. of 
*Fallovver 1761 (Blank 1740i. 

Ball's Plorizel 1801 (*Diomed 17771— Dau. 1799 of *Aldcrman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— 
Dau. of 'Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 17iiO) -Dau. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*FearEought 
17.S5)-Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by 'Pearnougbt 1756 (Regulns 17j9i. 

Emilius 1820 (Orville 1799)— Icaria 1824 by The !■ Iyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)— Parma 
1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe .\ndrews 17781— May 1804 by Beningbrough 1791 
(King Fergus 17751— Primrose 1787 by Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 1756). 

Sumpter 1818 (Sir Arcby 18fl5i-Lariy Grev 1817 by Robin Grey 1803 i*Kovalist 1790)— 
Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 ("Medlev 1776i— Dau. of *Higbflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Dan, of *Feiirnoiigbt 1753 (Regnlus 1739). 

|*Diumed 1777 (Florizel lTb8)— Amanda 1800 by Grey Diomed 1786 (*.Medley 1776)-Dau. 
of Va. Cade (Partner 17.331— Dau. of Hickman's Independence 1776 (*Fearnought 
17551— Dau. of 'Badger (Bospborus 17.34). 

♦Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 1768i — *Pot-8-o-'8 mare 1792 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 
17641— Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 17501-Snapdragon 1759 by Snap 1750 
(Snip 173 ii -Dau. 1749 of Regnlus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— •Castianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Highflver 1774)— 

1 Tahitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 174.3)— Dau. of Bbsphorus 1751 
(Babrahara 1T40)— Dau. of Forester 1730 (Croft's Forester 1736). 

Bellair 1786 (*MedIev 1770)— Dau. 17^8 of *Dare Devil 1787 (Magnet 1770)— Dau. 1792 of 
Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (Feaiii.ni-bt 1753)— Picadilla by T. Fearnought 1777 (*Feat- 

I nbui;ht 17.351 - Dau. of G.iil'ilpliiii i:7ii (•Fearnought 17£5). 



Sir Archv, 
b. h., 180,3. 



Os 



Jf I' 



Selim, 
ch. h., 1802. 



*Diomed 1777 (Florizel r,a^>— Ca-ti:.ir.ra 1796 bv Rockingham 17S1 cHiL'hflver 1774)— 
: Tabitba 1782 by Trentham 17ti:i -'V. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphonis 1754 (Ba- 
i braham 1740) -Dau. of W's Forester 1730 (Forester 1736). 
*Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*Feaniought 1755i— Dau. 

of Tyler's Driver 1760 (*OthelIo)-Dau. of *Fallo«-er 1761 (Blank 1740)-Dau. of 

*Vampire 1757 (Regnlus 1739). 

'i*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)- Dau. of < Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)— Dau. of Harris* 

Eclipse 1770 ('Fearnought 1753i-Dau. of 'Fearnought 17.35 (Regulns 1739)— Dau. of 
I 'Jolly Roger 1741 (Roundhead 17:!3). 
♦Alderman 1787 iPot-S-o-'s 17i3)-Dau. of 'Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760 1— I au. of 

Symmes Wildair 1767 ('Fearnought 1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by 'Feamouglit 1755 

iRegdlus 1739) -'Kitty Fisher 175i by Cade 17.34 iGod. Ar. 1724). _ 

"Orville 17;H) (Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 17S4)— 
1 Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1,89 (Saltram* n80)-Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 

(Otho 1760) Dizzy 17.37 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808) -Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 

17781— May 1S04 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)- Primrose 1787 by Mam- 
I brino 176-i (En'_rn"eer 175'i) -Cricket 1776 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 174.3). 

■ Sir Arcby 180i ('Diomel 1777)— Dau. of 'Robin Redbreast 1796 (Sir Peter T. i784i— 

Dau. 1788 of 'Obscurity 1777 > Eclipse 1764)— Slamerkin 1768 bv 'Wildair 17c3 iCade 
I 1734)— *Cab mare 1762 bv Cub 1739 (Fox 1714). 

;Robiu Grev 1805 ('Rovalist 1790i— Maria 1802 bv Melzar 1791 ('Medley 1776)— Dan. of 
I 'Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774i-Dau. of 'Fearnought 1755 lEeguliis 17.39i— Dau. of 
1 Ariel 175'.; ('Traveller 1747). 

■ Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773) Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse ]764(— Dau. of High- 

flyer 1774 (Herod 17.581- Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engineer 
17.36 (Sampson 1743). 
W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Dau. 1791 of Mercnrv 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 
of Herod 17.38 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 173-2)— Vixen 1733 by 
Regnlus 17.39 (God. Ar. 17-.'4). 



Web, 
b. m., 180S. 



Ion Ar. 17451 -'Duchess byCullc 
(Chillabyi-Sophonisba'sdamby 
tagu mare by Old Montagu— Dati 



■ Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews ]77«)— Dau. 1803 of Gobanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 

Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. 1785 of WoodpecKer 

1773 (Herod 1758)- Everlasting 1773 bv Eclipse 17(U (Marske 1750). 

Waxv 1790 (Potr8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 17(57)— Prunella 

178S bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1730 (Snip 1736)— Julia 1756 

by Blank 174n"(God Ar. 17241. 

' Goiumpns 1803 (Gohanna 1790) -Lucv Grav 1804 bv Timothy 1794 (Delpini 1781)— Lucy 

1789 by Florizel 17n8 (Herod 1 7.38 1— Frenzy 1774 by Eclipse 17f4 (Marske 1750)— Dau. 

of Engineer 17.36 (Sampson 174.3). 

Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790)-iiibside Pairv 1811 by Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778)— Vicissi- 

' tude 1800 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 177H)— Beatrice 1791 by Sir Peter T. 178-1 (High- 

flver 1774) Pyrr ba 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734i. 

" Blacklock 1814 (\¥bitelock 1803)-Dau. 1H12 of Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Mis8 
Grimstone 1796 bv Weazle 1776 (Herod 17.38)— Dau. of Ancaster 1768 TBIank 1740)— 

Daii. of D.miascu-" Ar. 17 .'>4. 

Tnrmpatiir is-,'3 iSirSob.inon 18 3) Lucvb. m. 1821 bv Orphan 1810 (Ball's Floriz(!l 1801) 
Ladv (Jr.v h m. 1H17 bv R.ibin Grev 1803 ('Rovalist 1790)- Maria lwi2 bv Melzar 1791 
CMedlcv 1776) Dau. o( »;!igbflver'l784 (Highflyer 1774i-Dan. of -Fearnought 1755 
" (EculuB I739i-Daii. of Ariel 1756 ('Traveller 17471 -Dan. of 'Jack of Diamonds (Cul- 
n Ar. 17J5 Ladv Thigh chm 1731 I iv Partner 1718 (Jiggi Dan. ch. m, 1723 of Grevbound 
Curwen Bay Barb Dau. of D' Arcv Chestnut .^r.- Dau. of Whiteshirt -Lord Darcv's Mon- 
of Hautboy (D'Arcy White Turk i-Dau. of Brimmer iD'Arcy Yellow Turki-Roval mare. 



144 The Breeders' Hand Book and Guide. 



EMPEROR. 

The property of Pierre Lorillard, Raneocas Stud, Jobstown, N. J., and is a 
private stallion. 

Emperor, bay horse, foaled 1881, bred in the Belle Meade Stud, Tennessee, by 
Eu(iuirer, son of imp. Leamington and Lida by Lexington ; regarded, upon perform- 
ances and success in the stud, as the best sou of Leamiugton. Emperor's dam Ves- 
perlight, the dam of the superior race-mare Vandalite, that won the Sequel Stakes 
at Saratoga, 2 miles ; the Dixie and Breckeuridge Stakes at Baltimore, 2 miles (Dixie 
in 3.35J, and Breckeuridge, with a penalty of 7 lbs., in 3.35, the fiistest ever run to 
that date). Emperor won a Sweepstakes, IJ miles, at Coney Island, iu 1.58, his only 
start. He is exceptionally well bred, tracing to the imported mare Miss Shipton by 
the famous Waxy. Vesperlight (his dam) is also the dam of Nellie Ransom, and she 
the dam of Ferncliff, winner of the Withers Stakes. Vesperlight is also dam of Sky- 
light by Jack Malone, and she the dam of Moonlight, the dam of Judge Morrow. 
Emperor is virtually untried in the stud, but his son Vestibule won the Galli.ird 
Stakes and showed not only si)eed but ability to stay. Sirocco is a fast and reliable 
colt. 

Emperor's dam, Vesperlight, is by C'hilde Harold, son of imp. Sovereign by 
Emilius and Maria West, dam of Wagner by Marion, son of Sir Archy, grandam 
Budelight by imp. Glencoe, out of Gaslight by imp. Leviathan, son of Muley by 
Orville, tracing through Miss Shipton by Waxy, son of Pot-8-o-'s by Eclipse, to 
Maria, the dam of Waxy by Herod, to which trace in direct female lino not only 
Waxy (Derby winner), but Paynator, Thunderbolt (by Sorcerer), iSmolensko (2,000 
Guineas aud Derby), Colsterdale, Ellington (Derby winner), Ashtou, Souvenir, 
Poussin, Bertram (sire of Robert the Devil, winner of tlio St. Leger), etc. The pedi- 
. gree is strong in the best racing blood, 

The following by him are all winners : Helshazzar, Chartreuse, Cyrus, Fagot, 
Hapiiy Dan, Kirsch, 1 mile in 1.3S, Padre, Pard(Mi, Uncertainty, Wizard, Stalactite, 
Wang, Darius, Vestibule, Lorimer, Prince Imperial, lUiau, Breeze filly, etc. 



Pot-8-o-'s 1773— Eclipse 1T64— Marske 1750— Squirt 1732— Bank-it's Childers— Darlev Arabian 1C99. 



1-3 5 ='^ I Peri, 
i? i3= b. m., 1822. 



~ a Flight. 
iO~ ch m.,1839. 



^"3 



a! 



S -J*!. 



1-^ a .d 



Waxy 17'.I0 ^ Pot n-o-'s 17r:ii— Penelope 179S bv Trumpator 17S2 iConouclor 17ijri-Pru- 
iiella 17S.S l.y Hitihllyer 1774 lUerud 17oS)— Piomi»e 176S by Suap 17;0 iSnip I7i(ii— 
Julia 1756 by Blank 174U iGod. Ar. 17^'4i. 

Wanderer 1811 cUobanna 17a0i— Tbulestris iai9 bvAlexauder 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Rival 
ISOli by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Hornet 1700 by Broue 1777 iHerod 1758)— 
Manill a 1777 b y Gol dliuder iriH iSnap 1750). 

Chanticleer 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— leme 1790 bv Bau'ot !78ii (Herod 1758i— Dan. of 
Gamahoe (Bustard 1741 )-Patty by Tim 1752 (Squirt 1732)— Miss Patch 1737 Ly 
Justice 1725 (H. C Litton Ar. i 

Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793 i—Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 iHerod 1758)— Heroine 
I 17?5 by Hero 1753 (Cade 17341— Dau. 1766 of Snap" 1750 (Snip 1736)— Sist. 1743 to Rejm- 

1.... K., r?,,A »_ i-.ii ^ 



lus by God. Ar. 1724. 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)-Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17(f4i— Dan. of 

Highflyer 1774 iHerod 1758i— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Maichem 174Si— Dau. 1770 of En- 

ilineer 175'! (Sampson 1745). 
Pirurian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse IV&H- Maid- 

of-all-Uork 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17S8)-Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 

1750 'Squirt 17:i2i~bau. orRei;ulu< irW (God. Ar. 1724). 



Laurel. 

br. h., 18C4. 
Maid of 
Honor, 

br. m., 18». 



WULI lU IK 



Minister 1810 .Sancho 1801)— 
h IT',11 1 - Miss Grimstone 1796 by 



Timoleon. 
ch. h., 1813. 

Sister to 
Tuckaboe. 
ch. m., 1814. 



Eowena, 
ch. m., 1826. 



MiUer's 
Damsel, 

^. m..l802 



Bl-icklock IM4 iWhitel 

Tmnbv s .l;im isi-,' b 
. Weazk l;;.l iHeruil irSM Dau nf .un-a-trr iriiS iBlank ir4i1>. 
Champion IS12 iS'lim iso-ji- Etiquott.- issi Ijv Oiviile ir(<i i Beningbronsh 1791)- 

Boadicea \nn \,v Alexander 178,' (Kclipse ]764i—Brniiette bv Amaianthus 1700 (Old 

Engla nd 1741i-Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 .Cade 173n. 

Sir .\rchy 1805(»Diomed 1777i— Dan. nf ssaltiam 1780 (Eclipse 17t4i— Dau. of S\Tnme8' 

Wildair 1767 I'Fearnoasht 1755)- Dau. of Tvler's Diiver 1760 k*Otbello)— Dau. of 

«Falloiver 1761 (Blank 1740i. 
Ball's Flonzel 1801 (-'Diomed 1777i— Dan. 1799 of 'Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'8 1773)— 

Dau. of 'Clockfast 1774 ( Giracrack 1760)— Dau. of Svnimes' Wildair 1767 (*Pearcoiight 

17.55)-Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by -Fearnought 1755 iRcl-uIus 17a9i. 

Emilius 1820 (Onille 179.1)— Ic;cria 1821 bv The Hver 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 180.S)-Parma 
I 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe .Andrews 1778i— Mav ls04 bv Beningbrough 1791 
! (Kin<r Fergus 1775i— Primrose 1787 bv Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 175S1. 
Sumpter 1818 (Sir Archy 1805i— Lady Grev 1817 bv Robin (Jrev 1805 i«Rovalist 1790>— 

Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 (*JIedlev 1776i— Dau. of *Highflver 1781 (Highflver 1774)— 

Dan, of *Feanionght 1755 (Regrtilus 1739). ~ ' 

Diomed 1777 iFlorizel I7i;8 1 - Amanda 1800 bv Grev Diomed 1786 (*Medlev 1776)-Dan. 

of Va. Cade (Partner 17551— Dan. of Hickman's Independence 1770 (*Feamonght 

1755 1— Dan. of 'Badger (Bosphorns 17.54). 
"Messenger 17.80 iMambiino 17a8i— *Pot-8-o-'s mare 1792 l)v Pot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 

nwi— Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 1750i-Snapdfagon 1759 by Snap 1750 

(Snip 173 1 1 -Dan. 1749 of RCL'tilus 17.39 (God. Ar. 1721). 
*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— -Castianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Hisbflver 1T74V- 
I Tabitha 1782 by Trentbam 1766 iT. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphorns 1754 

(Babraham I74l1)— Dan. orF..ri-ster I7.'>0 (Croft's Forester 1736). 
Bellair 17-11 I -«.('!. irri'.-riau ir:«of ''Da^.'D^•^il 17s7 iMagnet 1770'-Dau. 1792 of 

Symm.-- W'.M - ;;.; y ■ v.i^iL'tit 17,-..-i — Pica>M ,i iiv Y. Fearnought 1777 ('Fear- 



i;llt V. 



lit ir 



Emilv. 

ll. m., 1810. 



ql 



^ 




ji 


* i" 


H 






1 


















fe, 








e« 




a 




% 




3 


U- 



^ 


S 




^-. - 


^t 












<s 


= 




pa 


kii 








«? 










t- 




^~ 




s 








3| 












^i 


.i-. 
















s r-.-". 



♦Citizen, 
b. h., 1785. 



Ber,iu^'hniu_.n irvl (Ki: _• i\.r_'U~ ITTJi -Evelina n91 bv Highflver 1774 (Herodl758)— 
Termagant by Tantrum ITCO iCripple 1750i-Cautatrice bv' Sampson 1745 (Blaze 
17:33)-Dau. 1757 of Retrulus 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724). 

Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1799 of Wliiskev 17.'« (Sallram* 1780) -Grey 

( Dorimant 1781 liv Dorimant 1772 (Otho 1760)— Dizzy 17.57 by Blank 1740 iGod. Ar. 
lTg4i-pizzY 174 1 by Driver 1727 (Wynn Ar.i. 

Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— Dau. 1797 of Precipitate* 17*7 i Mercurv 1778)— Y. Tif- 
fany 1787 liy Hiehtlver 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Tiffany 1775 bv Eclipse KlHi Marske 1750)— 
Y. Hag 1761 by Skim 1746 (Starling 1727). 

Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1781)— Y. Rachel 1799 bv Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 17M)— 
R-ichel 1790 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 1732)— 
jDan.ofKegalus 17S9iGod. Ar. 17241. •± j~ 

' , *Dionud 1777 (Florizel 1768)-»C'astiaiiira 1796 by Rockinsbam 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Tabitha 1782 by Trentbam 1766 iT. Sweepstakes 1743)— Daa. of Bosphorns 17.54 (Ba- 
braham 1740) - Dan. of Forester 17.5'i (Forester 1736). 

'Citizen 1785(Pacolet 1763)-Dan. of 'Alderman 1787 (Pot-S-o-'s 177:5i— Dan. of Eoebnck 
('Sweeper)-Dau. of Haines' King Herod i 'Fearnought 17S5)— Dau. of Partner 1755 

i I'Traveller 1747^ 

Pacolet 1763 (Blank 1740i-Priuce-8 1774 bvTurk 1763(Resnlns 17:!9)-Fairv Queen 1762 

; by Y. Cade 1747 iCade I734i-Black Eyes 1740 by Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.)— Warlock 

I Galloway 17-28 bv Snake (Lister Turk). 

Hnnt^man 1789 CMonsetrap 1771)— Dan. of Svmmce' Wildair 1767 ('Fearnought 1755)— 
Dau. of 'Fearnought 17.55 iRegulus 1739i— Dau. of 'Janus 1746 (Janus 1739). 

Buzzatd* 1787 (Woodpecker 17r3)— Dan. of Alexander 17.82 (Eclii.se 1764i— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5m— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748 1— Dau. 1T70 of En- 
gineer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

V^s Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17Sl)-Dan. 1791 of Mercurv 1778 (Echpse 1764)- Dan. 1776 
of Herod 1758 iTartarl74,3)-Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 iSqnirt 17:i2)— Vixen 1753 by 
Regnlns 17:i9 (God. Ar. 1 724). 



5 § Moley, 
i2 b. h., 1810. 



«-§ S'^. Daughter of, 
'?r- f •3">lk. m., 1809. 



Pacolet. 
gr. h.. IfOa. 



Dick .\ndrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778i— Dau. 1803 of Golianna 1790 (Mercury 17781— 
Fraxinella 1793 bv Trentbam 17i:6 iT. Sweepstakes 1743)-Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
177:J(n ■ .1 i; - -i;M>rlastingl775bv Eclipse 17M .Marske 17.'0i. 

Waxy i; ' ■ KT3i— Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Pni- 

nella i>- II ; ' r 1774 .Herod 1758i— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736>— 



Julia i; 



17-0. God. Ar. 1724.. 



•1. rough 1791)— Eleanor 1798 bv Whiskev 1789 iSaltram* 17'iOi T. 
aiomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 17i79 by Maichem 1748 (Cade 



Dau. of Bartlett's Cbilders iDarle 
Dau. of Ciinvun Old Spot . Selaby 



Orvilk- 1799 (Beniiii 

Ciiantess 1790 bv 1 

1734)-M"lly Long Legs 1753 by JBal'raham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724.! 
Windle 1804 (Beningbro.igh 1791 .-Dan. 1788 of .\nvil 1777 i Herod 17.58)— Virago 1764 

by Snap 1750 (Snip I7:'6.— Dan. of Begnlus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i— Sist. 1750 to OtheDo 

b y Crab 1722 i Alcock Ar.). 
'Citizen 1785 (Pacolet 1763) -Mary Grey bv Tippoo Saib (Lindsay's Ar.i-Dan. of 

Goode's Brimmer 1779 (Harri^' Eclipse 17701— Dan. of 'SUvereye (Cnllen Ar.) Dan. 

of 'V aliant 1756 (Dormouse 1:38 . 

Waxy 1790 (Pot-^s-o-'s ITPfl— Mmher Sbipton b. m. 1794 bv Anvil 1777 .Herod 1758)^ 
1 Jemima b. m. 17SB bv Satellite 1774 .Eclipse 1764 1— Maria (Waxv's dam. b. m. 1777 W 
I Herod 17.58 .Tartar 1743)— Lisetie b. m. 1772 bv Snap 1750 (Snip 1736.— Miss Windsor 

b. m. 17.>l by God. Ar. 1724-Sist. to Volunteer bv Y Belirrade iBelera'le Turk)— 
y .\r. 16(9. -Dau. of Devonshire Grev Turk — Sist. to Westburv by Cur»en Bay Barb — 
Turk)- -Dan. of Old Woodcock (Bustler). 



14G The Breeder^ Hand Book and Gidde. 



ENQUIRER. 



AVINXER OF THE PHCEXIX HOTEL AXli (niTZEX STAKES AT LEXIXGTON, 
COXTIXEXTAL HOTEL AXD KOWX.S STAKES AT LOXG BKAXCH. AND 
THE KEXXEK STAKES AT SARATCXJA, ALL IX 1870. 

Propciii/ of Gen. W. IT. Jackson, Belle Meade Stud, near Xashrille, Tenn. Ap- 
plication to Gen. W. H. Jackson, lock box 383, Nashville, Tcnn. Yearling 
sales annually about 3Iay \st. 

ExQT'iRER by imp. Leamington, son of Faufjh-a Ballagh, Ijred by H. F. Vissman, 
Lonusville, Ky., ilam Liila by Lexington, son of Boston, second <lani Lize by American 
Eclipse, ont of Gabriella, dam of George Martin by Garrison's Zinganee. son of Sir 
Archy. As a race-horse Enqnirer ranks as the best son of Leamington, liotli as race- 
horse and sire. He started three times as a two-year old in 1869 ; was nni)laced in 
8nee])Stako at Cincinnati (1 mile), won by Hamburg in 1.45; ran unplaced in Wil- 
lard Hotel Stakes at Louisville {1 mile) in 1.48, won by his stable companion, L\ nch- 
bnrg. Won George Elliot Stake for two-year olds at Memphis (1 mile), beating 
Hamburg, Lynchburg, Mundane and Kildare, in 1.48. In 1870, when three year> old, 
ran six races and won them all. Lexinfiton, won the I'hienix Hotel Stakes (mile 
heats) in 1.44|, 1.44i, beating Catina and distancing Longfellow in the seciml heat ; 
same place won Citizens' Stakes (2-nule heats), in 3.3,5J, 3.44i, beating Lyttleton : the 
lirst mile iu the first heat was run in 1.43i. Cincinnati, won Sweepstakes for three- 
year olds (2-niile heats), iu 3.50^^, 3.39^, beating Conductor and Restless. Loug 
Branch, won the Continental Hotel Stakes (mile heats), in 1.47, 1.49, 1.51|, beating 
Lynchburg (who won the first beat and broke his shoulder at the start of the second), 
Maggie B. B. (dam of Iroquois), Haric, Susan Ann, dam of Thora, etc. Same place, 
won the Robin's Stakes (2-mile heats), beating Kingfisher, who won the lirst heat, 
and the Major, in 3.56^, 3.54. 4.00, track muddy. Saratoga, won the Keuuer Stakes 
(2 miles), in 3.48J, beating Hamburg, Telegram and Remorseless, value, .'J10,250, the 
nuist valuable Kenuer ever run. Value of winnings at three years old, §20.800. His 
leg gave way iu his four ye ir old form, and he was )int into the stud, but trained 
again at seveu years old, when he started in one race (2 miles) but was unxilaced. 
The family from which he descends is a good racing one. His dam, Lida, and gran- 
dam, Lize, were not trained. Eclipse, the sire of his grandam, was the race-horse of 
his day ; he beat all the best horses of his time, and won the great sectional match, 
the Xorth against the South, run over the Union Course, L. I., May 27, 1823, for 820,- 
000 a side. Eclipse beating Henry, who won the first heat, iu 7.37i^, 7.49, 8.24. Ga- 
brielle, his great grandam, by the renowned Sir Archy, was a tine race-mare, and 
dam of the noted {jeo. Martin, which lieat Reel and Hannah Harris (4-mile heats), iu 
7.33,7 43. Yet he has always held a high position as a wiuning sire. .A.mongst the 
best of his get, all winners. >are Leander (Searcher), mile iu 1.41 J; McVVhirter, 2 
miles, 3.3O2 ; the fastest race ever ruu by a three-year old, Lizzie Whipps (2-mile 
heats), in3..36i, 3.39; Harkaway (mile heats), in 1.43, 1.42* (2-mile heats), in 3.39, 
3.35i ; Solicitor, 2 miles iu 3.34i ; Bill Bruce, J mile in 1.15^, mile heats, 1.43J, 1.41, 
2 miles iu 3.3til ; McHenry, Blue Eyes, li miles in 1.5.5J, and 2J miles in S.oHf ; Good- 
night, i of mile iu 1.281, mile, 1.42A, .and IJ miles, 120 lbs., in 1.55i; Getaway. IJ 
miles iu 2.07J, fastest on record to that date, 2iuile heats in 3.36i, 3.35J ; Falsetto, 
li miles in 2.08:f, 2 miles in 3.:r)i. with 118 lbs.; Pinafore, 1 mile 500 yards, in 2.11; 
Inspector ii., i;gnu)nt, Lizzie McWhirtcr, Fortnua, Fanstus, Reporter. IJanner Bearer, 
Bella B.. Miss I'onl, Burch, Basil Dnke, Ernest, Telie Doe, Kitty T.. Marie K., Xellie 
\an, Boodlir. Ni lly B., Kee-Vee-Na, Centipede, Aila A., Enterprise, Queer Toy, Envoy, 
Emperor, Elmsi!, Embargo, Mirabeau, Executor, Willow, Emigrant, Edisto, Jessica, 
Emiyniion, Eiiuipoise, Napa, Everett. Econoniv, Editoi-, Erelms, Clay Pete, Endnrcr, 
Eightto Seven, Baldwin, Argenta. Bob Tlic'nias. Tom I';ixton, Lnife Fogle, Little 
Phil. Caligula, Revenge, Clarissiuia, Miss Ella, Manuie Grey, Adeline, .imy Hyde, 
Lizzie D., Enquiress, Zuleika, Sadu; McXairy, Euignui, Drift, Eugarita, Florence An- 
derson, Se<-ret, Resjiond, etc. Emiuirer traces through several crosses of Sir Archy to 
the great imp. Diomed, winner of the first English Derby, and a horse in which the 
best stock <d' AiTicrii-i can be traceil through nncontaininated sources. There is no 

belter line through which to ))erpctn.it iil retain this blood, with the Whalebone 

anil Pantaloon blood inherited thronyh bis sire. He is K!^ liaiuls high ; girth, 73 in.; 
length of shoulder. 29J iu.; circumlcrence of arm, 22 iu.; around the leg below the 
knee, 9 in.; from point of shoulder to turn of the bnttocks. HO in.; from point of hip 
to point of hock, 384 ■"•; around the gaskms, 18 in., and weighs 1,200 lbs. 



Eclipse i;i; I— Jlar-ko irSO-Squirt 1T3J— Bartlett's Childers— Barley Arabian 1699. 













JH^ 




f.^,4A 






s 


t^^- 




a .' s 


^ 


.is =2 -'i 


J3 


^-^1 


fn 


.s 


d 


$? 






et 


.««J- 


■T '-^X "^Z 



Penelope, 

b. m., iros. 



Pot^-^-o-V i;;.; lljiip-r l;va)_Mariil irrr liv Ilerod irss (Tartar ir4:«—I,i-eltn KTJ by 

Snap i;'>" 1'^' ip i; ii>— Misa Windsor 17M by God. Ar. 1721— Sist. to VoIuuiolt liy Y. 

Buliiraae Ciiult;rade Turk). 
Tnnupator liW! (Conducior 176?)— Prunella 178S by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- 

Promise 17i,8 by Snap 1750 (Snip 173l>)-Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17^4)- 

Spectutor'8 dam 1735 uy Partner 1718 (Jigg ). 



Wandpror, 
b. h., 1811. 



Chanticleer, 
ch. h., 1787. 



^ 3 



Gohauna 1790 (Mercury n<8)— Catherine irus by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17."i8) -Ca- 
milla 1778 by Trenth'am 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1764 by Compton Barb 
— Sist. 1743 to Regulus by God. Ar. 1724. 

Alexander i7.-i2 (Erlipee 1764)— Rival 1800 t)V Sir Peter T. 17S4 (Hiirhfiver 1774)--Hornet 
i;:iobv Drone 1717 (Ileiod ir.o)-Mamlla 1777 by Goldflnder nu4 (Snap 17.50)— Dau. 
17'ii'. oi old i:iii^'l:iiid i;il iGod. Ar. 17-'4). 

Wondp.ikrr i;Ti (Uerod 17:.si-iiau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marike 1750)— Rosebud 1765 
by Sii:ip i;.-|| tsiiip iriii)— Mi.^s Belsea 1753 by Regulus 17.J9 (God. Ar. ns4)— Dau. of 
Bartleti's Childers (Barley Ar. lii'.iil). 

Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)- Uau. of Gamahoe (Bustard 1741)— Patty bv Tim 1753 (Squirt 
. 17.12)- Miss Patch 1737 by Justice 1725 (H. C. Litton Ar.)— Ringtail Galloway by 
Curwen Bu y Barb . 



Ir. Escape. 
cb. b., 18 2. 



Buzzard,* 
ch. h., 1787. 

Daughter of, 
b. m., — . 



Peruvian, 
b. h., 1806. 



Masidora, 
b. m., 1804. 



■ Commodore 1793 (Tom Tug lTn)-Mollin-tbe-Wad 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 
i 17»4)— Shift 1779 by Sweetbriar 1789 (Syplion 17;50)— Black Susan 1762 by Snap 1750 

(Snip i;-36)--Bau. of Cade 1734 (Gorl. Ar. ira). 
Bagot 1780 (Herod 17.58)— Heroine 177.) by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Ban. 1766 of Snap 17.50 

(Snip 1736)— Sist. 1743 to Eegulus by God. Ar. 1721— Grey Robinson 1723 by Bald 

I Galloway (St. Victor Barb). 

"'Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Misfortune 1775 by Dux 1761 (Matchem 17481- Curi- 
osity 1760 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Dan. 1749 of Eegulus 17-39 (God. Ar. 1724)— Ban. 

of Bartletfs Childers (Barley Ar. 1699). 
Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. ol Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 

(JIatchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745)— Bay Malton's dam 17'56 

by Cade 17.34 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Sir Peter T. 17.S4 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. i;8-i of Boudrow 1777 (Ecliiise 1764)— Ban. 1764 

of Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17351— Sist. to Lowther's Babraham by Babraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1724)— D:iu. 1750 ot Golden Ball 1735 (Partner 1718). 
Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Maid-of-all-Work 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- Ban. 

1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Bau. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)— Sist. 1758 to 

Judgement by Snip l~iii (Flying Childers 1715). 



Blacklock, 
b. h., 1814. 



Wagtail, 
b. m., 1818. 



Champion, 
ch. h., 1812. 



Whitelock 1803 (Hamhletonian Ii'fl2)-Bau. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-"e 1773)— 
Wildgoose 1792 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Coheiress 1786 by Pot-K-o-'s 1773 
(Eclipse 1764)— Manilla 17i7 by Goldfinder 1764 (Snap 17.50). 

Prime Minister 1810 iSancho 1801)- Tranby«'s dam 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beninghrongh 
1791)— Miss Grimstone 1796 by Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758)— Ban. of Ancaster 1708 

( Blank 1740) — Dau. of Bamascua Ar. 1754. 

'Seiim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Podagra IHOi by Gouty 1796 (Sii- Peter T. 1784)— Jet 1785 
by Magnet 1770 (Herod 1758)-Je«el 1775 by Squinel 1754 (Traveller 1735)— Sophia 

I 17i:4 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

.Orville 1799 i Beningliioiigh 17911- Boadiiea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (EcUpse 1764)— 

I Biiiiette l.v AiiKiraiithus 17.i6 (Old Engl.ind 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 174S 
(Cade ir34l-lla!i. 175") of Starling 173^ (Starling n27). 



I = S ' Sir Archy, 
ISSl b. h., 180.5. 



: B-° Baughterof, 
H^' ch. m., — . 



- 






=5d 


s» 


^ 




- u 3 . 






.a 




sa 






.o 




r?S " 






1 


. 


fl 


o; 


S'Sg =" 


*i 




J 


Hi. 


33 J2 



BaU's 
Florizel, 
ch. h., 1801. 
a Baiighter of, 
■ • , 1799. 



Icaria, 
b, m., 1824. 



'Biomed ir77 (Florizel 17i:S)— *Ca8tianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Taliitha n.';.' liy Trentliam 1766 iT. Sweepstakes 174.3)— Dau. of Bbsphorus 1751 

(Babraham 174ii)-Buii. olFon-ter 17.',0 (Forester 1736). 
'Saltram 178ii (Eclipse 17c.li— Ban. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*reaniought 17.55)— Bau. 

of Tyler's Briver 1760 (Othello)— Bau. of «-FaUower 1761 (Blank 174ii)— Dan. of 

*Vampire 1757 (Regulus 173.M. 



'Biomcd 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Bau. of *Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)- Dan. of Harris' 

Echiise 1771) (*Fearnought i755)-Dan. of «Fearnought 17.55 (Regulus 1739)— Bau. of 

*Jollv Roger 1741 (Roundhead 17*3). 
■Alderinan 1787 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773)-Bau. of *Clockfast 1774 (Glmcrack 1760)— Ban. of 

Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*Feamonght 1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by »Feainought 1755 

(Regulus 1739)— «■ Kitty Fisher 1755 by Cade 1734 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Orville 17991 Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Bau. 1799 of Whiskev 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
(Otho 1760)-Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

The Fiver 1814 (Vandvke Jr. 1808)— Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 
1778)— May 18114 by Beningbruugh 1791 (King Fergus 1775)-Priinrose 1787 by Mam- 
lirino 1768 (Engineer 175i)-Cricket 1776 I)y Herod 1 758 (Tartar 171 3). 



•Diomed, 
ch. h., 1777. 



Arcliv 1805 (*Diomed 1777)— Dan. of 'Robin Redbreast 1796 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 

Bau. 1788 of "Obscurity 1777 (Eclipse 1764)— Slamerkln 1768 by •Wildair 175:1 (Cade 

1734)— *Cnb mare 1762 by Cub 1739 (Fox 1714). 
Robin Grey 1805 ("Royalist 1790)— Maria 1802 bv Melzar 1791 (*Medley 1776)— Dau. of 

^Highflyer 17.84 (Highflyer 1774)— Bau. of *Fearnonght 1755 (Regulus 1739)— Dau. of 

Ariel 1756 (*Traveller 1747). 

Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758)- Dau. 1763 of Spectator 1749 (Crali 17;2)- Horatia 1758 ))y 

Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1734)-Dau ofFl. Childers 1715 (Barley Ar. 1699) -Miss Belvoir 

bv Grev Grantham (Brownlow Turk). 
Grey Biomed 1786 («Medley 1776i— Dau. of Va. Cade (Partner 1755)— Dau. of Hickman's 

Independence 1776 (*Fea"miioght 1755)— Dau. of *Badger iBospborus 1754). 



I p2 gr. b., 1780. 




Contention's 

dam, 

I ch. m., 1798. 



Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 17."6) Dau. 1774 of Turf 1760 (Matchem 174'*)-Dau. 1761 of 

Regulus 17.39 (God. Ar. 1724)-Bau. 1753 of Starling 17i7 (Bay Bolton 1705) - Snap's 

dam 1739 by Fox 1714 (Clumsev). 
Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 17i-4)-Bau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripide 17.'^0)-Snap Eragon 

1759 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- Dau. 1749 of Regulus 1739 (Godolph. Ar. 1724)-Bau. of 

Ba rtlett's C h ilders (Barley Ar. 1699). 

Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.-8)-Dau. 1763 of Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722)-Horatia 17.58 by 

Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)-Dau. of Fl. Childers 1715 (Darley Ar. 1699)-Miss Belvoir 

bv Grev Grantham (Brownlow Turk). 
Rockingliam 1781 (Highflyer 1774)-Tabitlia 1782 bv Trcntham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 

174.31— Ban. of Bo-pborus 17.54 (Babraham 17.;0) - Dau. of W's Forester 17."0 (Forester 
_1 7.16) -pan .of Coalition Colt_n'3'^(God. Ar. 172 4). 
*Medley 1771 



(Gil 
Selima 1763 bv 
— Large Hartlev 



rk iTdil) 



*Dare Devil 17'87 ( 
(•Fearnought 17 
Dau. of Godnliibin 1770 1 



by forick 1760 (*Traveller 1747)— Black 
.55 (Regulus" 17391— *SeHma 1746 bv God. Ar. 1724 

1 irtle. v's Blind Horse (Holdemess Turk). 

'-allard mare ch. m. 1792 by Synimes' WiTdair 1767 
III. m. by Y. Fearnought 1777 (•'Fearnought 17551— 
nought 1755)— Archibald Gary's mare by *Hob or Xob 
" ~ " '" -Dau. of 'Valiant 



148 The Biredn-s' IIiiikJ r„ml; (u,d Guide. 



EOLUS. 



WINNER OF THE CITY HOTEL STAKES AT BALTIMORE AND OTHER 
GOOD RACES. 

E. J. Hancock, proprietor, Overton P. 0., Va. Ycarlhigs will he sold annually. 

EoLUS by imi). Leamington, son of Faugb-a-Bnll:!!:;]!. bred by Major Thomas W. 
Doswell, Biil'llielil Stiiil, Hanover Jnnctiou, Va., tbnUMl l-i;s, dam Flmny Wasliiiifj;- 
ton, (bim of l.'a|i)ialiinin"ck, etc , by Revenue, son of im|i. Trii.stee. ont of Sarah W'asli- 
ingtou, the dam of Oratrix, Inspector, etc.. by Garrison's Zinganee, son of Sir Arcliy. 
Fanny Washington, his dam, was one of the best mares of her day ; was winner at all 
distances, 2 mile heats in 3.47J, 3.40.^, 3 mile heats in 5.43, 5.44i, defeating Tar River, 
and iu.%43i-, 5.33f ; she won 4 mile heats in 7.37, 8.02, defeating La Variete, Endorser 
and others, and be.at the best ones on all the tracks; her fnll sister, Sue Washington, 
was also noted as winner at all distances. Revenue, her sire, won at all distances, 
and was the sire of the great Planet, Exchequer and other good race-horses. Sarah 
Washington, his grandam, was one of the best mares of her day, winner at all di.s- 
tanccs ; 3 mile heats in 5.42, 5.39i, and beat the famous Lady Clifden, 4 mile heats. 
She produced Inspector, one of the best race-horses of his day, .and Oratrix, that beat 
the noted Bostoua. Eolus did not start as a two-year old, but won three out of the six 
races in which he started as a three-year old, a club purse, 2 miles, at Saratoga, in 3.38f ; 
a purse, IJ miles, in 3.14|, beating such horses as Tubman, Frogtown and others, ami 
the City Hotel Stakes at Baltimore. 1^ miles, in the mud, in 2..')5. He did not start as 
a four-year old, and only won three races at five years old; 1^ miles at Baltimore, in 
2.431; IJ miles at Saratoga, in 3.15, and one of IJ miles, In 2.02i. He was close up 
in several races in iirst-class company. When six years old he ran three races, won 
two, one of 2| miles, at Baltimore, in 4.39. and one of 2-mile heats, in 3.40, 3.39;}^, 
3.36J, Mart Jordan winning the second heat. This third heat is the fastest and best 
third heat ever run, and stamped him as a racc-hinso of the first water, possessing 
both speed and stamina. He had but (uic rci>n-.sciitative on the turf in 1881. Ecde. 
and, althdugh much out of ccinditiun during the year, he ran creditably in all his races 
and won some of great merit, notalilv bis 1| miles, iu 3.(»7.'.. 1 mile and ."> furlongs, in 
2.491, 1 mile and a furlong, with UO'lbs., in l..-iS}, l mile and 3 furbiiii;s in 2.24. li 
miles in 2.1U, 1* miles iu 2.39^. In 1882 Eole, although saddle<l with Wu- top weights. 
won the great Metropolitan .Stakes at Jerome Park, H miles, iu 2.41. defeating (Jen- 
eral Monroe, Monitor. Parole, etc., and the Jockey t'lub Handicap, 2 miles, in 3.3Si. 
carrving 123 lbs. to Monitor's 122, he being second! In the Coucv Island Cup he forceil 
Hindoo to run the tirst 2 mili^s in 3.29i, and the 2i miles in 3.r>8. the f.istcst race at tlie 
<li8tance during the ye<ar. Eole won the Monmouth Cup, 2^ mib-^. in l.liTj, beating 
Girofie and Monitor. He won the Champion Stakes, the Morrisscy stuk.^ ;it Saratoga. 
and the Autumn Cup at Coney Island, 3 miles, in 5.26i. in whiih In- deicated Lida 
Stanhope, Thora, Glenmore and four others. In this race he carried 120 lbs. and con- 
ceded all lumps of weight. 

Eolus is the sire of the winners Eleve, St. Saviour, Eolist, Eolo, Elkwood, Knight 
of Ellerslie, Eolian, Calculus, Kathleen, Notus, Eolic. Starling, Sjiartan, Thorndalc, 
Count-Me-In, Souvenir and the gr.aiid two-year <dd ilorcllo, Dialilo, Niniuie, Young 
(jrace, (.'harley Russell, Harry Rnssell, E(diue, Seedtick, Faustina, Bay Archer, Elktou, 
John (;avenagh, Albemarle, Amos, Russell, wiuner at A a mile in IfiJ and 49|, J in 1.10, 
'i in 1.02, Eurus, one mile in 1.41, IJ miles iu 1..55J, ij miles iu 2.08, Royal Garter, 
.Sterling, Raymond G., Little Jim and other winners. 

Eolus is a dark bay h(>rs<>. with star in his forehead and two white hind heels, 
full l.">} hands, and weighs 1.100 lbs. Ho is a large, tine horse, of great sulistauce 
and power, and in addition to his W.ixy blood through Whalebone and Wliiskcr. he 
has foui' distinct crosses of .Sir Archy on his dam's side, and traces to Eclipse and 
Herod through bis collateral branches. The stock all possess symmetry, constitution 
and st.ayitig powers. 

It is to ( 11(1 Hahl Peg in direct female line that the following famons horses trace, 
Lath. C.ide, Flying Cliililers, imp. Diomed, Sorcerer, imp. Priam, Phantom, Langar, 
Jliiley. l'leui]ioteutiaiy. Grey Modoc, Thunder, Loadstone, Lightning, Lancaster, and 
all the Blue Bonnet familv. 



Penelope, 
b. m., 17U8. 



Eclipse ITBl— Miirske irsu Sciuirt i;32— Bartlell's Childers— Dark-y Arabiau 1C<J3. 

1 ut-s-o-'s irr:J (Eclipse ITM)— Maria 1777 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Li^ette 1772 by 

Snap 1750 (.Snip 17.sOi— Miss Windsor 17W by God. Ar. 1721— Siat. tu Volumeer liy Y. 

Belgi-atle (Helgrade Turk). 
Tnimpator 17«2 (Conductor 1767)— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- 

Pronlise 17(18 bv Snap 1750 (Snip 173ti)-Julia 175(i by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— 

Spectator's dam 1735 by Partner 1718 (Jigg). 



... 3 "5 2Q u 



Gohanna 171111 (Mercury 17 r'8i— Catherine 1?!I5 by Woodpecker 177.3 (Herod 17.o8)— Ca- 

nulla 1778 by Tiembam 17li6 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 17M bv Compton Barb 

-- Sist. I" I.'! 1.1 ReL;ulus by Gud. Ar. 1724. 

Ak-xandii i7~: . K i-. l^nn -Ilival ISIIO liv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Higbflver 1774') -Hornet 

ir.iiil.v III I : 111. ill i;:-i -Miiiiilla 1777by Goldfiuderni;4(Snap 17.",0j— Dau. 

K(',r,,ii M ,; i I , ,11 (;n,l Ar 17-.'4|. 

, , : 11 I I i 1 ;..M liau. HTS of Eclipse 17i;4 (Marske 1750)— Rosebud 1765 
~ I !, 1,1 -Miss Beisea 1753 by Eegulus 17.19 (God. Ar. 17241— Dau. of 
'nley Ar. 161lil). 

Ddu. of Gamahoe iBustard 1741)- Patty bv Tim 1752 (Squirt 
I'll i.i; by Justice 17-25 (H. C. Litton Ar.)— Ringtail Galloway by 



Woudpi I k , 

bySna|. 
I Bartl.-i - ' 
Baaot i;sii 
nia)-.\ii- 

Curwen B:i 



Barb. 



Ir. Escape, 
eh. h., 18^2. 



e B Y. Heroine, 



'Commodore 17y3 (Tom Tug 1777)-Mull-iii-thf-\\'ad 1791 by Highflyer 1T74 iHerod 
1754)— Sliift 1779 bv Sweetbriar 171)9 (Syphon 1750)— Black Susan 17U2 by Snap 1750 
(Snip 17:iil) -Dau. of Cade 1734 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Bau-ct ns.i 1 II, , III ; , V, -Heroine 1773 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 1766 of Snap 17.50 
^ . I , n to liegulus by God. Ar. 1724— Grey Robinson 17i3 by Bald 



alln 



rb). 



Buzzard," 

ch. h., 178 



:Wc) 



Mi.f,, 



''J » " ^j 



Alexaiulrr !,•: i: ,.; - ill, i 
(,Matcllc:u 1. I.-,; 1J..U. l.;;.i iif 
by Cade 1734 i God. Ar. ir-'4). 



mhflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 
I 1756 (Sampson ir45)—Bay Malton's dam 1756 



Sir Peter T. 17»» (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 178S of Boudrow 1777 (Ecliiise 1764)— Dau. 17C4 

of Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17351— Sist,. to Lowther's Babraham by Babraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. 1750 of Golden Ball 17:35 (Partner 171S). 
Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1761)— Maid-ot-all-Wcrk 17si; by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175.S)-Dau. 

1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt n3i)— Dan. i.f Resiulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)— Sist. 1758 to 

Judgemen t bv Sni p 173H (Flying Ch ild, ts 1715 



iWliit.-l.. 



3 -jfe ■3-; 



Wagtail, 
b. m., 1818. 



Etiquette, 
br. m., 1820. 



Dau. 1T91) of Coriander 178'1 (Pot-S-o-"s 1778)— 
IHl-I. flier 1774 illcrod 1758)- Coheiress 1786 by Pot-S-o-'s 1773 
I :. 17;7 I'V G..iaiinder 17(H (Snap 1750). 
-iiirho isiii)— Trauby^'s dam 1812 by Orvillel799 (Beningbrongh 
1791) -Miss Grim-tone 1791) by Weazle' 1776 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 17(8 
(Blank 174ii) -Dau. of Damascus Ar. 1754. 



.■1,11-1 



Selim 1802 (Buzzard-* 1787)-Podagra 1803 by Gouty 1798 (Sir Peter T. 17841— Jet 1783 
by Magnet 1770 (Herod 17.38)— Jewel 1775 by Squinel 1754 (Traveller 1735)- Sophia 
1764 by Blank 1740 iGod. Ar. 1724). 

Orville 1799 (Beningbrongh 1791)— Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— 
Brunette by Amaranihus 1766 (Old England 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 
(Cade n3tl-Dau. 1753 of Starling 1738 (Starling 1727). 



Golumpus, 
b. h., 1802. 



Lucy Grav. 
ch. m., leM. 



sa 


3 J" 


<5 


,Sr.d 


1*1 




■« 




B» 




.^ 


.a 


















o 


d S e 



■^ . - 3 ; 



Sir Archv. 
b. b., 18()5. 



Daughter of. 



Grandam of 

Trifle, 
gr. m., — . 



*Diomed, 
ch. U., 1777. 



SnSj 



Sir Archy, 
b. h., 1805. 



'Speculator, 
b h., 1795. 



Pompadour, 

ch. m., — . 



s) Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758 i-Ca- 
iMilla [::< iiv Treiithatn ITtiti .T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1764 bv Compton Barb 
Si, I. i; t ; I., Hegulus 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724). 
.'iinoihv i;94 iDelpini 1781)-Lucv 1789 ^vFlorizel 1708 (Herod 175Si—Fri>nzv 1774 bv 
Eclips"e 1764 iMarske 1750)— Dau. of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745i— Daii. 1763 of 
Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Waxv 1790 iPot-8-o-'3 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Tmuipator I78~' (Conductor 17671— Pru- 
uel'Ia 178S by Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1786) — 
Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 iGod. Ar. 1724i. 

Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778)— Vicissitude 1800 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 1776)— Bea- 
trice 179H)y Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)-Pyrrha 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 
1734)- Duche ss 1 748 by Whitenose 1748 (God. Ai- . n;24)^ 

♦Diomed 1777 (Florizel 176S)— *Castianira 1796 by Rocliingham 1781 iHighflver 1774)— 
Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)- Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 (Ba- 
braham 1740i-Dau. of Forester 1750 (Forester 1736). 

♦Citizen 1785 (Pacolet 1763)— Dau. of Commutation (Symmes' Wildair 17(i7i— Dan. of 
*Dare Devil niS7 (Magnet 17701-Sally Shark by * Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)- Betsy 
Pringle by *Fearnought 17."5 (Regulus 17.391. 



Sir Archy 1805 (*Diomed 1777) — Meretrix by Magog 1799 (Chanticleer)— Narcissa 1796 
by *Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)— Eosetta 1785 by »Centinel 1758 (Blank 1740)— Diana by 
Clodius 1778 (•Janus 17461. 

•Bedford 1792 (Dungannon 1780)- Dau. of Bellair 1786 (*Medley 1776)— Dau. of *Shark 
1771 (Marske 17.';0) Dau. of Symme's 'Wildair 1767 (*Fearnou'ght 1755)— Dau. of Lex- 
ington 1774 .M'a-tiiligton).^^ 

Florizd 1768 (Herd 1758T^Dan. 1763 of Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722)— Horatia 1758 bv 
lank 17)1) ((io.l .\r. 17'24)~ Dau. of Flying Childers 1715 (Barley Ar. 1699|— Miss 
;!voir bv (;r.-v (irantham iBrownlow Tiirk). 

Rockingham 1781 (Highflver 1774)— Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 
1743)-Dau. of Bosphoriis 1754 (Babraham 1740)— Dau. of Forester 1750 (Forester 1736) 
—Dan. of Coalition Colt 17.39 (God. Ar 



Lurcher 1789 (Dungannon 1780) -Recovery 1778 by Hvder Ally 1765 (Blank 1740)—Per- 
dita 1769 by Herod 17.38 (Tartar 1743) -Fair Forester 17.33 by Sloe 1740 .Crab 1722)— 
Dau. 1746 of Forester 17-36 (Hartley's Blind Horse). 

Eagle I79i; ('Volunteer 1780)— Maria 18 '5 by Bay Yankee (President 17>'8i— Green's 
Celer mare by Meade's Celer 1774 ('Jarius 1746i— Dau. of Partner 1755 (*Traveller 
17471— Dau. of Apollo 1767 (*Traveller 1747). 



■Dioraed 1777 (Florizel 1763i— *Castianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)- 
Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstiikes 17431— Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 (Ba- 
braham 1740)-Dau. of Forester 1750 .Forester 1736). 

'Dare Devil 1787 (Magnet 1770)— Dau. 1792 of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 ("Fearnought 17.35) 
— Picadilla by Y. Fearnought 1777 i *Fearn'ought 17531- Dau. of Godolphin 1770 
(•Fearnought 1753)-Dau of •Hob or Nob 1747 iGoliah 1730i. 



Dragon" 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)- Dau. 1780 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Florizel's 
dam 1761 byCvgnet 17.33 .God. Ar. 1724)-Dau. of T. Cartouch 1731 (Cartouch 1717)— 
Eb ony 1728 bv Fl ying Chililers 1713 .Da rley Ar. 1699) 

'Valiant 17.36 (Dorinoiise ir.'isi— »Jeniiv ('anieron by Cuddy 1727 (Fox 1714i— Miss Bel- 
voirbv Grey Grantham (Briiwnlow Turk)— Dau. of Paget Turk— Betty Percival by 
Leedes .'.r. Dau. 1690 of Spanker (D'.^rcy Yellow Turk)- Old Morocco mare by- 
Morocco Barb— Old Bald Peg by an Arabian— Baib n(are. 



150 The Breeders' Ifaiid Bonk and Guide. 



IMPORTED EOTHEN. 

Owned hy Nick Finzer, Esq., Louisville, Ky. Service by eoniract. 

■ Imported Eothen, hay horse, foaled 1833, hred in the Yardley 8tud, imported 
by the hite D. D. Withers as a yearling, by Hampton, sou of Lord C'lifden, winner 
of the Derby, by Newniiuster, Eothen's dam Sultana by Oxford, son of Birdcatcher by 
Sir Hercules, out of Besika by Beiraiu, sou of Sultan. Hampton, the sire of Eotheu, 
Tvas a superior horse, winner of the Goodwood and Uoneaster Cups, and is half brother 
to Sir Bevys, winner of the Derby, both being out of Lady Langden by Kettledrum, 
son of Rataplan, own brother to Stockwell, and out of Haricot by Mango or Laner- 
cost, she out of Queen Mary, dam of Blink Bonny (Bair Athol'sdam), Bonnie Scotland, 
etc. Hampton is a jiopular and successful stallion in England, sire of Ayrshire, win- 
ner of tlie 2,000 Guineas and Derby, Reve d'Or, winner of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, 
inij). Kingston and the great horse Sheen, that won the Cesarewitch Handicap, carry- 
ing 128 lbs., and the only horse that ever won it with such an impost. Eothen's dam 
Sultana by Oxford, who was the sire of Sterling, who sired the great horse Isonomy. 
Besika, his grandam, is the dam of Moslem, winner of the 2 000 Guineas, and is half 
sister to Flying Duchess, the dam of the popular stallion and Derby winner Galoi)in, 
she out of Merii]if, almost full sister to Vchx-ipcde and to Estelle, the dam of Picnic, 
winner of tlic l.OdO (Miineas and the dam of JIayonaise, winner of the 1,000 Guineas. 
Sultana, the dam of Eotheu, is the dam of the winners Turkish Delight (winner of five 
races at three years old and two races last year), Gulbeyaz (winner of four races at 
two years old, including Exning Plate), Graceful and Ayrshire Lass. Eothen was im- 
ported when a yearling by the late D. D. W'ithers, but was so badly injured in the 
voyage to America that he was never trained. The oldest of Eothen's get are now 
yearlings and are good looking colts, of high finish and much ]>roniise. From the 
Byerly Turk mare, dam of the t.wo True Blues, descend in direct female line the fol- 
lowing famous horses. Sir Peter, Buzzard, Tramp, Master Henry, Champion, Galopin, 
Lanercost, Glaucus, Stockwell, Rataplan, The Flying Dutchman, King Tom, Quick- 
lime, Kettledrum, Toxophilite, Favonius, Windhound, imp. Chateau Margaux, 
imp. Rol>in Redbreast, imp. Hampton Court, Anuirican Eclipse, imp. Rayon d'Or, Re- 
form, imp. King Ernest, uui). King Ban, imp. Ill-l'scd, etc. 



Waxy ITiiO— Piit-S-o-'s 1773-Eclipse ir64-Marske irSO-Squirt n32-Bartletfs Cliilders -Darley Arabian 1099. 





oifiit^: 


















r^~ 






A i 


■^ ^ 




.0 




s- 




a 




«•= 








i>-,-- 














, 





: 
















^ 


l*,'S5 


K 




,§s ^ 


"1 




^« £•* 


.a 




f^ 


ir, 






,9- 



Tomboy's 

(lam. 
ch. Ill,, 1817. 



Humprey 

Clinker, 

b. h., ]8;2. 

Daughter of, 

b. in., 1823. 



The Baron, 
ch. h., 1S42. 



. "S -• 


a 


Mu 






,Q 
































hj 




>. 


sl 



Otisina, 
br. m., 1837. 



Liverpool, 
b. h., 1838. 



Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 17i)0) - Dau. 1812 of Selim ISOJCBuzzard* 1787)-Maiden 1801 by- 
Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774) -Dun. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)— 
Matron 1788 by Florizcl 17U8 (Herod 17.'j8|. 

Master Henry 181.5 (Orville 179.1) -Boadicea 18:)7 by Alexander 178-' (Eclipse 1764)-Bni- 
nette bv Ainaranthiis rilfi (Old England 1741) Mavtiy 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 
n.34) bniL 17"" " ■ ' ' 



■ }'.n (King Fergus 177.'))-Jenny 
1 lau. 1773 of Prince T'Quassaw 
Ar, 17241. 

/hitworlh 1803 (Agonistes 1797)— 
1783 by Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 



Payiiator IV'.I! (Tniiiipanu- 

Mole I7s7bv CarlmiH 1- 

l(.il (Snip \',',.G) Suicii ; 
Ardrossan 1809 (John Biili 

Dau. 1793 of Spadille 1 

1730) - Ferret 17H5 by B: "1". m miv;i. 11 .mr u.-ii. 

Comus 180<i (Sorcerer 17'.ii;i 1 Inikeiini i^V2 b\ clinker lhO"> («ir Peter T. 1784)— Pewet 

1786 by Tandem 1773 (Syphon 17.W1 -Termagant by Tantram 1780 (Cripple 1750)— 

C'antJitrice by Sampson 174j (Blaze 1733). 
Cervantes I8OIJ (Don Quixote 1784)-Dau. 1818 of Golnmpus 1S02 (Gohanna 1790)-Dau. 
of Paynator 1791 (Trumpator 178-J)-Circle ISH-J by St. George 1789 (Highflyer 

4)- Abigail 17t'S Jiy Wood pecker 1773 (Herod 17581. 

Blackliick lsl4(\Vhiieiock lsi!3i~Dau. 1810 of Phantom 1803 (Walton 1799)— Dau. 1803 

i.f (iveri.iii irss (King Ker^'us 1775)— Dau. 1796 of Walnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774)~Dan. 

17S(i of Ruler 1777 (Y. .Mar.-ke 1771). 
Mulalto 18a;i (Catton IMO.i) - Leda 1824 by Filho-da-Puta 1813 (Haphazard 1797)- 

Treasure IFOaby Cimillus 1803 (Hambletonian 1792)-Dau. 1804 of Hyacinthus 1797 

(Coriander 1 786)— Flora 1789 bv King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1704 ). 



ir. Birdcatclier 1«33 (Sir Hercules lNi6)— Echidna 18;jo bv Economisi i825 (Whisker 
1812)— Miss Pratt 1825 byBlacklock 1814 (Whitelock 180J) -Gadabout 1812 bv Orville 
1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Minstrel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Higbflver 1774).' 

Glencoe* 1831 (Sultan 1810)— Marpessa 1830 bv Muley 1810 (Orville I79;0-Clare 1824 by 
Marmion 1800 (Whiskey 1789)— Harpalice 1814 bv Gohanna ]7S)0 (Mercury 1775)-Ama- 
1799 by Driver 1783 (Tre nl ham 17(i6). 



The Saddler 1828 (Waverlev 1817)— Rebecca 1831 bv Loitery 1820 (Tramp 1810) -Dan. 

1818of Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote 1784)— Anticipation 1802 bv Beningbrough 1791 

(King Fergus 1775)— Expectation 1779 by Herod 175S (Tartar 1743). 
Liverpool 1828 (Tramp 1810)-Otis 1820 by Bustard 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. 1813 of 

Election 18!14 (Gohanna 1790)— Sist. 1791 to Skysweeper by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

1758)— Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750). 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)— Dau. 1822 of Whisker 1812 (Waxv 1790) -Mandane 

180O by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— T. Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 

1758)-Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743). 
Bustard 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)-Dau. 1813 of Election 1801 (Gohanna 1790)-Si6t. 1791 to 

Skysweeper by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 17C4 (Marske 17S0)— 

Bosebiid 176i bv Snap 17.tO (Snip 1730). 



Partisan Inll (Walton 1799)-Pauline 1R2J by Mo«es 1819 ([Whalebone or] Seymonr 
1807) -Qtiadrill • Isl . bv Selim 18:1;; iBnzzard* 1787) -Canary Bird 1806 by rWhiskey 
orisiii-ivi !,',»'. T IT i:-'! I'aiiarv 17Sl7bv Coriander 178 i (Pot-8-o's 1773). 

Plenipiii' 'I - MvLiha 1830 by Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 1790)— 

Gift HI . 1 i ! : , T ua 1790)-Dau. 1802 of Sir Peter T. 1784 (High- 

fiyeri:::- ^:-' ij-^m ) i mi. >i !>, Trginpator 1782 (Conductor 1767). 



Waxv ITUU (l'ol-8-o-s r.73) Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Pru- 

nelia 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Promise 176S by Snap ITSJ (Snip 1736)— 

Julia 17.)ii bv Blankl740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
I Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790)-Thalestris 1809 bv Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)- Rival 

1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 17741-Hornet 1790 by Drone 1777 (Herod 1758)— 

Manilla 1777 by Goldflnder 1764 (Soap 17S0). 



Bob Booty, 
ch. h., im. 



Flight, 



Bay 

Middleton, 
b. h., 18.33. 



Chanticleer 1787 (Woodpecker 17731— lerne 1791) by Bagot 1780 (Herod 17.'iN) -Dau. of 
Gamahoe (Bustard 1741)- Patty by Tim 1752 (Squirt 1732)— Miss Patch 1787 by Jus- 
tice 1725 (H. C. Litton Ar.) ' 

Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)— T. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 17.'8)— Heroine 
1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 1766 of Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- Sist. 1743 to Regu- 
lus by God. Ar. 1724. 



Orville 1799 (.Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 17841— 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey "1789 iSaltram* 1780)— (irey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
(Otho 1760)— Dizzy 17.57 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Pericles ln09 (Evander 1801)-Dau. 1818 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Pipvlina 1803 by 
Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)-Rally 1790 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— 
Fancy 1780 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.38). 

Sultan 1816 (Selim 1802)— Cobweb 1821 by Phantom 1K08 (Walton 1799)— Filagree 1815 
by Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 1796)— SVeb 1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 17;3)— Pene- 
lope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 17(57). 

Priam* 1827 (Emilius 1820)— Dau. 1813 of Orville 1799 (Beningbrongh ITOD-Dau. 180(» 
of Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Hornpipe 1793 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
1767)— Luna 1779 by Herod 1758 (Tarter 1743). 






Blackhiek, 
b. h., 1814. 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)-Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764) -Dan. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
nei-r 17.^.6 (Samjison 1745). 

W.'s Ditio isno (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)-Dau. 1776 
of Herod i;.-)S (Tartar 17431— Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Vixen 17.53 by 

Regulus IT ,'.! ((Jn.l, \T. 1721 1. 

Sir Peter T. 17S-1 illiglitlver 1774)~Horatia 1778 hv Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Countess 

1760 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Rib 1736 (Crab 1722)-Dau. of Wynn 

Arabian. 
Mercurv 1778 (Eeli|)se 1764)- Dau. 1780 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— T. Hag. 1761 by 

Skira"l74i'. (Starling 1727)—Hag 1744 by Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.)--Ebony 1728 by Fl. 

Childers 1715(l)arlev Ar MVMi 

Whitelock is; 3 (llaiiibletnnian 1792)- Dau. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— 

Wild-o.is.. 17j2 bv HiL'htlver 1774 (Herod 17.38)-Coheires3 1786 by Pot-8-o-"s 1779 

(Eelip-e i;r4l Miniilla 1777 by Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 17.-0). 
Pliaiitom 1M(18 (Walton )7ii9i Dau. 1802 of Overton 1788 (King Fergus 177.5)-Dan. 1798 

of Walniu ITsi; illi,_Hitlv. ,- 1774) -Dau. 1786 of Ruler 1777 (Y. Marske 1771)— Piracantha 

1772 by Jlatcliciii 17 is iCade 17 31). 
Whiskey 1789 (Saltrain* irsOi -Jennv Spinner 1797 by Dragon* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773) 

— Dau. 1775 of Eclip-e 1704 (Marske 1750) -Miss Spiudleshanks 1770 by Omar 1752 

(God. Ar. 1727)-Dau. 17.53 of Starling 1727 iBay Bolton 1705). 



m. of Hone.vwood's .\rab.— Da 



Sorcerer 1796 (Trnnipalor 178')— X'irgin br ra Isoi by Sir Peter T. 17*4 (Highflyer 1774) 
—Dau b. m. 1794 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)-Ediiha b, m. 1781 by Herod 1758 
(Tartar 1743)-Elfrida br. m. no-f bv Snap 17.50 (Snip 173H)— Miss Belsea b. m. 17.33 by 
Regulus 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Bartlett's Childers (Darley Ar. 1699J— Dau. gr. 

the two True Blues by the Byerly Turk. 



152 The Breeders^ Hand Book and Guide. 



IMPORTED ESHER 

Located in the HaiiJaiid Stud, near Vcrsadtes, Ki/. Services at $50 the season^ 
with privilege of return. 

EsiiER, browu horse, foaled 1883, bred by W. B. Van Haansbergen, owned by 
J. N. Camdeu, Jr., Hartlaud Stud, Versailles, Ky., by Claremout, full brother to Mr. 
D. D. Withers' imp. Stonehenge, a very richly bred horse, aud the sire of luauy win- 
ners iu Kugland, namely : Caudahar, Miss Betty, Nethortoii. Mrs. Malapro)), Benedict, 
Verona, Caudahar II., Stonefall, Wilkie, Aueliencruive, Humility, Sir David, Hers- 
ham, Charlotte, Keveille, etc. 

Claremout was a very highly tried horse in his work and was a good race-horse. 
At two years old Clavcmont starteil twice, running .second to Camballo for the Hurst- 
bourne Stakes, and third to Balfe for the Chesterfield Stakes. At three years old he 
started ouly twice, ran unplaced to Camballo for the 2,000 Guineas, and ran Galopin 
to a length for the Derby, beating Balfe, Camballo and others. At four years old he 
started si.\; times, tvou twice. The Severn Cup, 1 mile, 151 lbs. up, beating six 
others, and the Great Autumn Welter Cnp, 1 mile, 1.51 lbs. up, beating five others. 

Blair Arhol, Claremout's sire, was by Stockwell (winner of the St. I>eger), dam 
Blinlc Honuy (winner of tlie Oaks and Derby) by Melbourne. Blair Athol was a first- 
class race-horse, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, and a first-class sire in England. 

Ellington, who divides the paternity of Una, Esher's dam, won the Derby, and 
was by Tiio Flying Dutchman, a famous race-horse, and winner of the Derby, St. 
Leger and other races, aud out of Ellerdale by Lanercost, who was the grandam of 
imp. The 111 Used. 

Dusk was a son of Wild Dayrell (wiuner of the Derby) aud Circassian Maid by 
Lanercost. 

E.shcr won three races at two years old. At Nottingham, the Little .Iidin Plate 
of 200 sovereigns, about 5 furlongs, Esher. 121 ll)s., won by 2 lengths, Wild Xotes, 
111 lbs., second. Joyous, 117 lbs., third, aud seven others. At Northampton, for the 
Auction Stakes of £245, 5 furlongs, Esher, 114 lbs., won by a length, the Celosia 
Colt, 111 lbs., second, and Glade, 106 lbs., third, and five others. At Stockbridgo, for 
tlie Stockbridge Foal Stakes of £430, Bush In, Esher, 126 lbs., won by a head from 
Modweua, 127 lbs., second. Pampas Grass, 121 lbs., third, aud three others. 

At four years old, Esher won twice. At Newmarket, for the Sohain Plate of 200 
sovereigns, 5 furlongs, Esher, 112 lbs., won by three parts of a leugth from Inven- 
tion, 129 11)S., second, Pierrepout, 116 lbs., third, and six others. At Lewes, for the 
Castle Plate of £195, 5 furlongs, Esher, 126 lbs., won by two lengths from Laceman, 
123 lbs., second, Indian Star, 123 lbs., third, and four others. 

Imp. Esher is a grand looking horse, with plenty of bone, substance and every 
reiiuisite for a lir.st-class horse aud from liis breeding is almost sure to get first-class 
horses. 

Esher combiues in his pedigree all the jxipular winning strains of the day. 
Through Ills sire he has the Blair Athol, Stoclcwell, Irish Birdcatcher, Melbourne, 
Gbidiator, Partisan, Venison and Sir Hercules blood, aud on his dam's side the Fly- 
ing Dutchnniu, Bay Middleton, Sultan, Selim, Lanercost, Irish Birdcatcher, Humph- 
r('y Clinker, Comus, I'artisan aud Wliiskey strains. Esher traces din^etly through 
the famous Eleanor, the first mare to wiu the Derby, to Koxaua, that first brought 
the Godolphiu Arabian into notice. 



Whalebone 1807— Waxy irnO-Pot-8-o's 1773 Eclip-i' 171)4 llareUe 1750 Sqiiiit i;3i— Barlk'tfs Childers— Darley Ar, ItMO. 



«^ 



BIS 



?5 9 






,«^-5 



fs Prat I JNt;5 by 
L'nin-ibroui;!! 17 
: by Floi- 



Bhickliick 181-1 OVliiteloclc 1^03l- 
II 1 .Mii.fLiel 1803 by Sii- Peler T. 
UHeiod l.a.-,!. 



Humprey 

Clinker, 

b. h., 183a. 

Daui^hter of, 
b. m., 1825. 



.Sir lleniilcs Is-.'r, . wli ill,,,u ■ iS!i7i (Hiici.ili is-ji by Bob Boolv IhOI (Cli 
■' 178^1— MiL'hl l'^' :i hv Ir. Km mr isil-,' . ( 'nninicdoiv I7'.i3i-Y. Herbinu bv B; 

(Hi-in,i i;:,^, -llrr,!,!,^ i;,;, li lino i;;,:; n ;i,1l- i-;:;-1i. 
EfOliuiiii.-^l l,s.:> (WIn-ker IKl: 

Ciaduliout isi-j h\ (irville r 

1781 <Umldl>i'i- ir; I' Matn 

Sultan isii; selim \K)i< Tiampolinc 18^5 bi- Tiamp 1810 (Dick Andfewe 17971— Web 

1808 bv Waxy 17'JU (Pot-8-o-'s 17731- Petudope 1708 by Trumpator 178-2 tCondnctor 

17071 -Pmnell'i 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581. 
Mulev 1810 (Orville 1799)— cFare lh24 by Mannion 1800 (Whiskey 17S9i-Harpalice 1814 

by Gohaiina 1790 iM '" ' '" " ' ~ 

Fractione 1702 by Me 
Comusl809 (Sorcerer i: 

178ti by Tacdem 177 ; 

Cantatrice by Samps^ . 
Cervantes 1800 (Don Q\ 



Daughter of, 
b. in., 1810. 



Partisan, 
b. h., 1811. 



a 1812 by Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Pewet 
. . Tennagaiit by Tantrnm 1700 (Cripple 17f.O)— 
'■:..- 1.331. 

1) Dan. 1818 of Golumpns 1802 (Gohanna 17aOi-Dan. 
1810 of Paynator 1,91 (Trumpator 17821— Circle 1802 by St. George 1780 (Highflver 

1774 )~Abigail 1788 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758). '_ 

Partisan 1811 (Walton 17U9i— Paidiiie 1826 by Moses 1819 ([Whiilebone or] Seymour 

ISOD-Quadrille 1815 by Selim 1802 iBuzzard" 17'87)— Canary Biid 1806 bv [Wiiiekey 

or] Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782i— Canary 1797 by Coriander 1786 (Pot-8^o'8 17731. 

Plenipotentiary 1831 lErailius 1820)— Myrrha 1830 by Whalebone 1^07 (Waxy 1790)— 

Gift 1818 by v. Gohanna 1810 (Gohanna 1790) -Dau. 1802 of Sir Peter T. 1784 (High- 

fl. yer 17741- Dim. 1788 o f Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767). '__ 

Walton 1700 (Sir Peter T. 17f«) - Parasol 1800 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— PriinelTa 
1788 by Highflyer 17;4 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1788 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1730)~Jnlia 
1756 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 
Smolensko 1810 (Sorcerer 1796)-Jerboa 1803 bv Gohanna 1790 (M.-rcury 1778)-CamiIIa 
1778 bv Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1701 bvComjjton Barb-Sist. 
1743 to Reguhis by God. Ar. 1724. 



Royal Oak 1823 (Catton 18001-Dau. 1819 of Orville 1799 (BeningbroiiL'h 17;ili-Epsom 

Lass 1803 by Sir Peter T. 17M (Highflyer 17741- Alexina 1788 by King Fergus 1775 

(Eclipse 17i)4l-Lavdella 1780 bv Y. Mar.ske 1771 (Marske 17.tO). 
Octavian 1807 (Stripling n95i-Dau. 1800 of Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 1771i-Katharin& 

1708 by Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)-Dau. 1786 of Paymaster 170fi (Blank 174.1)- 

Dau. 1774 of Le Sang 17.59 (Ch an gelin g 1747). 

Whalebcjne 1S')7 iWaxv 1790)-Peri 1822by Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790).-Tlialestris 

18o;i bv Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17641— Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

1774)-Hornet 1790 bv Drone 1777 (Herod 1758). 
Bob Booby 1804 (Chanticleer 17871— Flight 1809 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 

17931— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758) -Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 

17341— Dau. 176 6 of Sna p 1750 (Snip 173')). 



, Drnn. Master Robert 1811 (BuflVr 17081— Dau. 1817 of Sir Walter Raleigh 1801 (Waxy 1790)- 

OT- h la^ 1 Miss Tooly 1808 by Teddy the Grinder 1798 (Asparagus 1787) -Lady Jane 1796 by 

" • "■' '°-'- Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflver 17741— Paulina 1788 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17r-8). 

The Poten- Don Juan 1814(Orville l7»!)i-Moll-in-the-Wad 1810 by Uambletnnian 1792 (King FerL'dS 

tate'sdam, 1 1775i— Spitfire 1791 by Pipator )78ii drnpirator 17;6i- Farewell 17! 2 by Slope 17.'-2 

b. m ., 182:j . I (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. of Y. Mar.ike 1771 (Marske 17501. 



Pi 



Otis, 

m., 1820. 



Paulowitz 1813 (Sir Paul 18021— Dau. 1810 of Paynator 1701 (Trumpator 1782)-Dau. 

1805 of Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)- Dau. 1793 of Y. Mareke 1711 (Marske 1750 1 — 

Gentle Kitty 1771 by Silvio 17i>4 iCade 17341. 
Edmund 182r(Orville 179a)— Medora 1811 bv Selim lf02 (Buzzard* 17iyr)— Dau. 1803 by 

Sir Harry» 1795 (Sir Peter T. 17841 — Dau. 1793 of Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 17641— Dau. 

1779 of Herod 17.58 (Tartar 174:3). 



Partisan, 
b. h., 1811. 



^'^ 



Misnomer, 
b. m., 18:jl. 



Sultau 1816 (Selim 18021— Cobweb 1821 by Phantom 1808 (Walton 1788)— Filagree 1815 

by Soothsayer 1808 (sorcerer K9H)-Web 1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773|— Pene- 
lope 1708 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767 1. 
Malek 182^ (Blaeklock 1814)-Bessv 1S15 by Y. Gouty 1805 (Gouty 1796)— Grandiflora 

1810 by Sir Harry Dimsdale l.siiO (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1790 of Pipator 1780 

(Impei'ati ir 1776)- Duu . 1 79(i of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758i. 

Tramp ISiO (Dick Anarcws 17Si7)-Dau. 182-' of Whisker 1812 (Waxy 170(0-Mandane 

1800 b. Pot-8-i)-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)-Y Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 

175.S) Camilla 1778 by Trentliam 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743). 
Bustard 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)-Dau. 1813 of Election l,'-04 (Gohanna 1790) -Dan. 1791 of 

Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dan. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Rosebud 1765 

by Sn;ip 175 (Snip 173 6). 

Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 17841 -Parasol 1800 bv Pot-8-o-"s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Pmnella 

1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)- Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Julia 

1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Sir Peter T. 1784 (HishBver 1774)— Ibis 1701 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58)— Isabella 

1783 by Eclip-u 174 (Mar~ke 17.t0i— Dau. 1775 of Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 1733)— An- 

cast er Nanc y 1768 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar 1724i. 

Whalebone 1,807 (Waxv 17'.iO)-Peri 1822 by Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790)— Thalestris 

180.1 bv Alexander '1782 (Eclipse !704i--Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

1774) -Horuet 1790 bv Drone 1777 (Herod 1758). 
Bob Booty 18?4 (Chanticleer 1787)- Flight 1809 bv Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)— 

Y. Heroine byBagot 1780 (Herod 17581— Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 

1766 of Snap 1 7a) (Snip 17.36 i. 

Sultan 1816 (Selim 1802)— Sist. IS.'O to Cobweb by I'hantom 1808(Walton 1799)— Filagree 

1815 by Soothsaver 1S08 (Sorcerer 1796)-- Web 1808 by Waxy 1790 (Potr8-o-'s 17731- 

Penelope 1798 In- Trumpator 178'2 (Conductor 1767). 
Merlin 1815 (CasK-cl ISdl ) liaii. of Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799)— Dau. 1817 of Pericles 

1809 (Evaiider isoii Marv 1803 bv Sir Peler T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)- Dau. 1788 of 

D ioine d* 1777 (Flnrizcl 17(';8). " 

Comus 180!) (Sorcerer 17!i6)- CUnkerina 18l-i"by Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Pewet 

1781) by Tandem 1773 (Syphon 1750i— Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1750)— 

Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 17:13). 
Oiseau 180.1 (Camillus iao3i-Wire 1811 bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s ]77.3)-Penelope 1798 

by Trumpator 17s2 (Conductor 17671— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 

Pronii-e 1768 by Snap 17f0 (Snip 17:i6). 



Eleanor, 
b. m., 1798 



Walton 1790 (Sir Peter T. 1784i— Parasid 1800 bv Pot-.8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse ]7iV4)-PmneIia 
178S liv Highflver 1774 iHerod ]7.58)-Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 Snip 1736i-JuUa 

17.56 by Blank'1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 

Whiskev 1789 (Saltram* 1780)" Y. Giant'-ss h. m. 179(rby Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— 

Giantess b. m. 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17:34)— Molly Long Legs b. m. 1753 by 

Bnbiaham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)-Dan. 1744 of Cole's Foxhunter 17-27 (Brisk 17111— 

Sist. to Cato (dam of »Silveri by Partner 1718 (Jigg)— Sist. ch. m. 1719 to Roxana 

St. -Victor Barlii -Sist. to Chaunter bv Akaster Turk— Cream Cheeks by Leedes Ar.-Dau. 1690 



Bald GaL. „, _.. ._ ., 

Spanker lU'Arcy Yellow Turk)— Old Morocco mare by Morocco Barb-Old Bald Peg by an Arabian- A Barb mare. 



154 The Breeders' Hand Bool; and Guide 



EXILE. 



WINNER OF THE BROOKLYN HANDICAP, BROOKLYN CUP, RARITAN 
STAKES, AND OTHER IMPORTANT RACES. 

Property of Messrs. Charles Reed & Sons, Fairrkw Stud, near Gallatin, Tenn. 
Yearlings sold annuallij. 

Exile, liay horse, foaled 18-2, bred by Mr. P. LoriUard, Rancocas Stud, N. .1., by 
imp. Mortemei', a superior race-horse, wou two races at two years old aud was second 
iu three, winuiu}; the Omnium, nearly a mile, carrying 123 lbs., a remarkable per- 
formance for a two-year old. At three years old he wou four races out of eight starts, 
and was secoml iu three and third iu one. At four years old he won nine races, run- 
ning from 1^ miles to 2 miles, carrying from 132 to 1.53 lbs. ; was second in seven, and 
third in one, being unplaced but once iu eighteen races. At five years old he won live 
out of six starts, carrying from 133 to l.jl lUs., in one of these races beating Dutch 
Skater; same year won the sturklniil^,- ('iip, and the following year won two out of 
four starts, including the (iuM I ii|i , It Asini , Mild was pronounced by Admiral Rous 
to be l)y seven pounds the ln-sl Imhm' in iOn^linid. He was also a successful sire. His 
.son, St. Christophe, wou the (Traiid Prize of Paris in 1877 and other good races. 
Vernenil was a winner on the Continent, and in England won the Gold Vase, (iold 
Cup and Alexandra Plate at Ascot in 1878. Chamaut won the 2,000 Guineas in 1877. 
In this country he siiiil tiist-class racers. 

Exile's dam iin|i. Si mud Hand, winner of the Craven Handicap, by Stockwell, 
■winner of the L'.Oiill CiiiiR-as and St. Leger, graudain Gaiety, the dam of Gamester (St. 
Li';.'cr winner), (i.-inusli ami (iailalicnit (the ilniu of Sramaiider). Second Hand is full 
sisler toDiiiii'aster, winner of the Itristnl Plate, Cliatswortli, Zetland Stakes aud 1 lee 
>taiiil Cup. etc., great graudam Cast Steel, dam of Galaulhus. winner ot' the Great 
Yurkshire Handicap, and Garlaml (the ilaiu i.t \'iiiilex). and Vesta (the dam of Vespa- 
sian and Sabinus, winner of the ( 'aiiiliiiili;i-^liiic llaudirap and Ascot Gnld Cup). To 
Gossamer, another daughter of Cast steel. tiMresSnrefoot, wiiinei' of the 2.110(1 (iuineas. 
Lisette, the sixth dam, was the d.im of Clearwell, winner of the I'.dDit Ciiineas, and 
Madame Vestris, to which traces Vedette, Retreat, Sir Hugo and Kin:;' I. nil, etc. 
Exile was a tirst-class race-horse and is descended from a distiiinuisheil raejng aud 
producing family. During his racing career he started 73 times, wmi 30 races, 
was second in 17 and third in six. At two years olil wou a sweepstake, f of a mile, 
100 lbs., in 1.18, and again f of a mile, 115 Uis, iu 1 17J ; was second to Richmond in 
the Hopeful Stakes, and second to Brookwood in Jiil.v Stakes. At three years old 
won four out of nine races ; purse, li miles, 103 ll)S., in 1..57J; the Raritan Stakes, 
\k miles, 113 lbs., in2.m; a purse, H miles, 105 lbs , in 1.58i, and purse, li miles, 105 
lbs., iu 2.11i. At four years old won five out of nin6 races, was second in three and 
third in one; wou Brookl.vu Eagle Stakes, IJ miles, 113. lbs., in 2.11| ; pur.se, 7 fur- 
longs, 118 lbs., iu 1.291; i)urse, I-i'b miles, in 1..52, 133 lbs.; won Welter Handicap 
Stakes, lv'„' miles, 120 lbs., in 2.03, the fastest race at tlie distance to that date, 1880 ; 
won Handicap Sweepstake, IJ miles, 116 lbs., iu 2. 18J, the fastest race ever run at the 
<listance with the weight. At five years old.started 11 times, won four races and was 
second in three; wou iJa.y Ridge Handicap, l.J miles, IU lbs., in 2.36, defeating lield 
of 16; wou Sweepstake, i| miles, 121 lbs., the top weight, in 2.34i; won pur.se, li^ 
miles, 122 lbs., iu 2.11i ; wou Mayflower Handicap, 13 miles, 118 lbs., iu 2.22J, all good 
races. At six years old ran 21 races, won 10, and was second in 7 and third in one ; 
wcm Haudicap Sweepstake, 11 miles, 117 lbs., in 1.57^; won purse, 1^ miles, 122 lbs., 
in 2.12i; won Higli Weight Haudicap, J of a mile, 12-:ilbs.,in 1.18; wou High Weight 
Handicap Swcepst.ike, 2 mfles, MO lbs., in 3.36^; wou purse, H miles, 115 11is., iu 
2.00; wou Piiisi'. li miles. 133 lbs., iu 2.03J; won purse, 1 mile, 123 lbs., in l.ltif ; wou 
Twin City Haiidicaji, If miles, 117 lbs., iu 2.()S ; wini Woodlawu Haudicap, 1-,^ miles, 
116 lbs., iu 2.(»Sf. In these races he beat the best hor.ses of the year. At seven years 
olil won three r.ices out of six, the Brooklyn Handicap, 1^ miles, 116 lbs., iu 2.07i ; 
wou purse, 1 mile, 124 llis., in 1.17: won Twin City Haudicap, IJ miles, 125 lbs., iu 
2.09!. At eight vears old won the oiilv two races in which he started, a Sweepstakes, 
1 mile, 116 lbs., ill 146J, and Brooklyu'Cup, li miles, 128 lbs., in 2.35A. Exile was 
able to go a distance, possessed speed and was up to weight, aud should be a success 
in the stud, as ho is handsomely bred. From the old Woodcock mare descend iu 
direct female line the following good horses. Skim, Kcveller (by Comiis), Heron, .\lariii, 
Mouar(|ue, A''edetto, Caiulmscan, Vespasian, Isonoiny. I'crnauilez, King Lud, Lisbon, 
imp. Woodlands, Pat Malloy, Jack Maloue, etc., etc. 



Sir Peter T. 17SJ— HiirMyer 1;t1 IK rod irss-'n 



■ 174! P: 



ill-i-Jigg-Byerly Turk, about 16a5. 



UiS — - 






Pauline, 
b. ni., 18J6. 



Mulatto, 
b. h., 1823. 



W:ilt.)ri i;:ri iSir ivirr T. i.Mi !':iKi-"l iHxi liv Pot-s-o-'s 1773 (EclipBe 17i;4)— Prunella 

17SH liv ili;;liilvi'r 1771 (lli wd K.jsj I'riiniisc ITiiS by Snap 175U (Snip 173ii)— Julia 17511 

by Blank 1740 (Uod. Ar. 17-J4). 

Moses 18ia (IVVlialebone or] Seymour 1807)— Quadrille 1815 by Selini 1803 (Buzzard* 

1787)— Canary Bird 1806 by (Whiskey on Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)-Cana]-yl797 

by Co ri ander l7Mi iPot-S-ci V 1773)— Miss Green 1787 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17: .8). 

Conius ixi.i {--iir < r . i, iiT i;iiselie lb03 by Beninjibrough 17>J1 (King Fergus 1775)— 
I 1773 (Syplion 1750)- Tuberose 1772 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 
I ^ starling 1727 (Bay Bolto; 1705). 

i;ri!.'htoiiia 1808 by Gohanna 1790 (Mercury n78)-Nut- 

si (HiL-!illv.r i774)-Nimble 1784 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 

I ^' :- Mik i; I , ii; od. Ar. I7i4). 



Ko-an 

174;ii (.1 } 

Rubens ]s,i."i i 

meg 1800 b\ 

175j)- 



Waverley iSi; > ■ i .! ■ '.-'',> c.i-trelUnn 1823 bv Castrel 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)— 
Dan. 1815 cif w 1 .\ I - ' iI'mi s-i,--^ n7.ii-Bizarre 1811 by Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 
1784)— Violanir xmi by ,Jolin Bull 1789 (Fortitude 1777). 

Lottery 1820 (Tramp 1810)-Dau. 1818 of Cervantes 1800 (Don Quixote 1784)— Antici- 
pation 1802 bv Benin<rbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Expectation 1779 by Herod 
175H ( Tartar 17"l3l Dan. 173sorSkim 1740 ( Starling 1727). 

Cattoii l^ii;i II i.liiiiipii- I iv> |ii-Mrriii.iir,i isll by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— 
Faniiv i,,:i li. Ml I'l I. 1 I . i;-., illi^liilM-i iTr4)-DaH. 1788 Of Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 
17liM IliMl iiMiui i;,>i l.v :\l;ir-ki' i; II (Siiuirt 173S). 

Filho-da I'uia I'lii ( ll.iph i iinl wx. , Treasure 1809 bv Camillus 1803 (Hambletoiiian 
17921- Dan. 18tH 111 ll> I I II- C (Coriander 1786)-Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 
(Eclipse 1764)-At!il:ii 1,1 . > ■■ ..lu-hem 1748 (Cade 17^4). 



Orville 1799 (Betiin'.;ljr.iiiji i, m i.mily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Dau. 1799of VVhi»k.y i.-^.i i ^iuii.aii ' 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Borimant 1772 
(Otho 1760)-Dizzy 17.)7 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

'ericles 1809 (Evander 1801)-Dau. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)- Pipylina 1803 by 
Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highilyer 1774)- Rally 1790 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)- 
Fancy 1780 (Sist. to *Dioiued) by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17." °' 



Jest, 
gr. m., 1810. 



Emily, 
cb. m., 1810. 



Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus i7;5)-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.-8)— 
Termagant bv Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1710)- Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 
1738)-Dau. 1757 of Keguliis 17.39 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1781 



Walton 1799 iSir I'eter T 1784)— Parasol 18J0 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)-Prunella 

1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)-Julia 

1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 
Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o'3 1773) Scotia 1799 by Deluini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)-Dau. 1790 of 

King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764i-CiBlia 1775 by Herod 17.i8 (Tartar 1743)-Proserpine 

176ti bv Afarske 1750 (Squirt 1732). 



Dorimant 1781 by Dori 
1724) -Anc. Dizzy 17 11 li.i 



unt 1772 (Olhi 
I' 



Castrel lt<01 (Buzzard 

Tipple Cyder 1788 In Kiiu I 

(Marske 17.';0)-Ferr.-i i \i,:< !•'. 
Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator ITs- 

1773)- Puzzle 177S bv Matchi . 

1743)-Julia l~.-)6 bv 'Blank 17 . 



1804 by Uelpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 
iipse 1764)-Sylvia 1783 by Y. Mareke 1771 
II) (Cade 1734). 

iiss 1796 by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 
17'!4)- Princess 1769 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 






WhiileOone 1807(Waxy 17901-lVii 18-2 by Wanderer 1811 (Gohaima 1790)— Thalestris 

1809 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17u4)-Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

1774)-Hornet 1790 bv Drdne 1777 (Herod 17.58). 
Bob Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 17.S7)~Flight 1809 bylr. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)- 

Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)— Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 

1766 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 



Sultan, 
b. h., 1816. 



Whisker 1812 (Waxy 17'.iO)-Floranthe 1818 by Octavian It07 (Stripling 17!!5)-Caprice 

1797 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 17.58) - Madcap 1774 by EcUpse 1764 (Marske 17E0)— Sappho 

1763 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Blacklock lsl4 (Whiidock 18b3)-Gadabout 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— 

Minstr.l isi.3 l,v Mr Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)~Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 

(Heroil 17.581 .Mai den 1770 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard ' 17871-Bacchante 1809 by W's Ditto 18t0 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Dau. 

1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)-Dau. 1776 of Uerod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 

bv Marske 175J (Squirt 1732). 
Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 17!7)—Webl808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 

-~" by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Pruuella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 
Promise 17.:8 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17o6). 



Orville 179j (Beningbiougb lr9i)-Eleanor 1798 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. 

Giantess 179J by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

17:W}-Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 
Marmion 180o (Whiskey 1789)— Harpalice 1814 by (Johanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— Amazon 

1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentham 1766) -Fractious 1792 by Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— 

" 1785 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758). 



Boadicea, 
b. in., 1807. 



Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s n7.i)-l'enelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175S)— Promise 1768 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736)— 
Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Jlim 1802 (Buzzard* 17S7)-Maiden 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer ]774)-Dan. 
1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)-Matronl782 by Florizel 17C8 (Herod 1758)— 
Maiden 1770 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 



Orville 17:.9 (Beningbrough 1701)-Mi6s Sophia 1805 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 
1784)— Sophia 1798 by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Hiincamunca 1787 by High- 
flyer 1774 (Uerod 1758)-Cypher 1772 by Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17.35). 
Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)-Brunette by Amarauthus 1766 (Old England 1741)— May- 
fly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 1755 of Anc. Starling 1738 (Starling 17 270— 

Look-at-mc-T.ai!- 1731 bv Br i-^t. Grasshopper (Byerly T.) 

- .' 1 1 "Maria 1777 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Li6ette 1772 by 
. : i Mivs Windsor 1754 by God. Ar. 1724— Sist. to Volunteer by 



Poi-8-"-'s i,7. 

Snap 17E0 I 

Y. Belgrade 
Trumpator 1 

Promisi- m 

Sp. 



Sir Pitrr 17-1 i:li.;liilv 
1777 i.r rii.i ;,ri i; 



Daughter of, 

gr. m., 18)4. 
"■'~'"^^~~~^"~' 17*))— Griv s'tariing 
vBartleifs Cbildcrs (Daib v Ar. I'o'. 9)— Dau! 
. of Lii^gs (U'Arcy White T'urk)-l)a(i. of Da 



l.T 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- 
•Tulia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)- 



ilKiMi 17!I2 by Dungannon 1780 (Eclipse 1764)-Dau. 
i:i— \irai;o 1764 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36)-Dau. of 



!i i.'.ili— Lisette ::r. m. iSOti bv Hambletonian 1792 (King 
I hi L'l. m. 171i6 by Walnut I'rt (Highflyer 1774)— Contessina gr. 
1771 (Marske 17.50)— Tuberose gr. m. 1772 by Herod 1748 (Tartar 
;r. m. 1745 by Starling' 17--7 (Bay Bolton 1705)-Coughing Pollv 
C.I Com fcili r 1(9< (D'Aicytoun.-ellor)— lait.of Snake (Lister 
li.rs Woodcock. 



ifid The Brccdcn* Hand B(i:>k iirid Guide. 



FALSETTO. 



■\tINNER OF THE PJKKXIX IIUTEL STAKES AT EEXINOTON, CLARK STAKES 
AT LOUISVILLE, TRAVEKS AND KEXNER STAKES AT SARATOGA, X. Y., 
ALL IN is7<t. 

Lonilcd ill the Woodhnrn Stud, A. J. Alexniuler, p}-oprictor.i near Sprimj 
Stutioii, Ky. Application to L. BiviScnd, Spring Station. Annual 
sales of yearlings in Ma//. 

Falsetto by Eiuinirer, sou of imp. Leamington, bred by the late Col. J. W. 
Hunt Reynolds, Fleetwood Stud, Kentucky, foaled 1876, daui Farfaletta, daui of 
Felieia, Fortuna, etc., Ity imp. Australian, out of Elkliorna, dam of Elkhorn, Arcturus, 
etc., by Lexington. Leauiingtou, Enquirer, Australian and Lexington, all uoteil 
horses, covering the first four crosses of the blood of Falsetto, are to be found in this 
l>i>ok. His dam, Farfaletta, has never produced anything but good oues. Felicia 
and Fortnua were both good race-mares and creditable performers. Falsetto inad(! 
bis inaideii effort at Lexington, Ky., May 10, first day of the Spring meetiug,"iu 
I'lio'nix Hotel Stakes, 1^ miles. Ten horses started, Falsetto -won, defeating Ada 
(UcHu liy a neck, Scully a good third, balance unplaced; time, 2.08J. Falsetto's 
sccimd appearance was in the Kentucky Derby, li miles; he ran second to Lord 
Mnrjihy, suti'ering his first and only defeat. Strathuujre was third, and time 2.37. 
.Same place. May 21, won tlie Chnk Stakes, 2 miles, defeating Bucktie, Trinidad and 
six others, time, 3.40^. Saratoga, .[iily 19, he met the hitherto invincible Spendthrift, 
also Harold, Jericho and Dan Sparling, in the Tra vers Stakes, 1 J miles. Falsetto won; 
.Spcndtlirift was second, Harold third; time, 3.09J, a very fast race for the track. 
Saratoga, ,\ngiist 12, won the Kenner Stakes, 2 miles, defeating Spendthrift, Jericho, 
Moniiorand Harold; time 3.35i. Total winnings in his three-year old form, .$18,275. 
Falsetto was purchased and sent to England by Mr. P. Lorillard, he paying .$18,000 
for him. Giving away in one of his legs in bis preparation, he was returned to 
,\merica and sold to the Woodburn .Stuil. Falsetto is from one of the great raciug 
families of America, his dam, grandam and great grandam were handled but little, 
biitallhaNc jiroduced winners; Mary Morris, his hfth dam, was a fine race-mare at 
all distances, and was the dam of the two fine race-horses. Wild Irishman and Frank- 
fort, the grcMt grandam of Parole, and from the same blood in a direct line sprang 
Rattler, Cbilders and Sumjiter, all good raci'-borscs and stallions. Flirtilla by Sir 
Arcliy was out of the same family, and from her com(^ Ringgold, the sire of Onward 
and Delaware. The imp. Cub mare, from which all this stock emanated, was out of 
Amaranlhus' dam by Second, and they trace through a iio])ular racing familv of Eng- 
land to the Layton I'.arli mare. Falsetto has four' of th(^ best racing strains in this 
eountry to Ixigin with, and his blood is pin<' throngh a long line of distinguished 
horses. Falsetto is a successful sire. He is inbred to Lexington, and has the Waxy 
blood on both sides, from Whalebon<', winn<-r of the Dcrliy in 1810, to Whisker, 
winner of the Derby in 181.5, .ami his sou Mi'mnon, sire of Envoy, won the St. Leger in 
182.'). He is also very strongly inbred to Diomcd through Lexington, Am. Eclipse 
ami (iabriella. Falsetto is a brov.n, stands 16 hands f of ail inch high, with a blaze 
in his face and snip on the nose, and four whiter ankles. 

Falsetto is a grand looker and a horse of line temi)er. H(^ has been a grand suc- 
cess in the stud. He is the sire of Dewdrop, that .sold for $2i),000, Jennie T. Rupert, 
Ceawood, Emotion, Falsehood, Frontenac, Feruwood, Falcon, Falenia, Folsom, 
Filmore, Ftudham, Foxmede, Ferriere, Forty, Fleiniugtoii, George C, (iallifct. (iascou, 
Granite, Glee lioy, Henry Owsley, Kenwood, Keynote, June Day, Lizzie Scott, 
Miraric, Mon Droit, Mulligan, Patron, Portchester, Pearl Set, Poor .louathan. Raven- 
hill, School (iirl, Shoshone, Sanford, Tenor, Tom Rogers, Fmilta, Vulpina, Vander- 
grilt, Willie L., Miss Dixie, Bob L., False B. and many others. To the L.iyton Barl> 
marc trace in ilircct I'ciii.'ilc' line Young Grcvhonnd. .Maichem, Young Cade, Drone (liv 
HiTod), lilmhrr. .\iidiil)oii. Kmtin-kv, Daiiii'l Mooiic, (Jilroy, the great Iroijuois. 
I'ouhattan, ami all the lU'scemlaiits of the iiiii>. Cub mare. 



Pot-8-o-'3 I7r3-Eclipse 17154— Marske 1750-Squirt 1732-Bartlett'9 Childers-Darley Arabian 1C99. 



II' nys liv Trumiiator 1783 (Conductor 17li7i— Pru- 
1 17r,S)-l>romise 1768 by Snap 17ri0 (Snip 17381— 



-r^ 1 Bob Booty, 
£ S ' ch. h., 18U4. 



■= a i Flight, 
5 -■ ch, m.,1809. 



iWaxy 17Uiiil'.>t s-..--- i;,. 

nella 17>ss ny lll^hllv^•r■ I 

Julia 17.)i; l)v lilanii 1710 UJurl Ar. 17J1 
Wanderer 1811 (Golmnna 17110) Thalestrls 1809 by Alexander 1782 lEclipse 17H4) -Rival 

1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Hornet 1700 by Drone 1777 (Herod 17r)81 — 

I Manilla 1777 by Goldrtiider lrii4 (Snap 1750). 

Chanticleer 1787 (Woodpecker 177a)-lerue 1790 bv Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)— Dan. of 

Ganiahiie (Bustard 1741) Patty hy Tim 1752 (Squirt 1732)— Miss Patch 1737 by 

Justice 172.) (H. C. Litton Ar.) 
Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793)— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)— Heroine 

1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 17U(i of Snap 17.M (Snip 173(i)-Si8t. 1743 to Regu- 

lu^by God. Ar. 1724, "^ 



Castrel, 
ch. h., 1801. 



Laurel, 
Dr. h., 1321. 

Maid of 
Honor. 



Sister to 
TucUaboe. 
ch. ni., 1814. 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773) -Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 171)4)— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581— Dau. of Alfred 1750 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of En- 
gineer 175i) (Sampson 1745). 

Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1"(>1)— Maid- 
of-all-Work 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17S8)-Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 
1750 (Squirt 1732)-IJau. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). ' 



ck 18U,%-Wagtttil 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho IfOl) 
rville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-MiBs Grimstone 1706 by 



cklock 1814 (Whitelo 
Tranby*'8 dam 1812 by Or\ 

Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 1768 (Blauk 1740i. 

Champion 1812 (Selim 180a i— Etiquette 1820 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)- 

Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 178J (Kclipse 1764)— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old 

England 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade I'Sll. 



Sir Archy 1805(*Diomed 1777)-Daii.of -Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Uau. of Svmmes' 
Wildair 1767 (*Fearnought 1755)- Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Othe)lo)-l)au. of 
*Fallower 1761 (Blank 1740). 

Ball's Plorizel 1801 (*Diomed 1777)-Dau. 1799 of *Ald"rinau 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s 177.3)- 
Dau. of *Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760) -Dau. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*Pearnought 
I7.i5)-Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by *Fearnought 175B (Ri-gulus 17.i9i. 



Eoweni, 
ch. m., 1826. 



Miller's 

Damsel, 

;r. m.lfiOJ. 



hi 
.1 fe 



Kmilius 1820 (Orville 1799)— Icaria 1824 by The Clyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)- Parma 
1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)— May 1804 by Beningbrough 1791 
(King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Mambriuo 1768 (Ensrineer" 1756). 

Sunipter 1818 (Sir Archy 18fl5)-Lady Grey 1817 by Robin Gi-ey 1805 (*Rovalist 1790)— 
Maria 1802 by Melziir 1791 (*Medley 1776)— Dau. of >■ Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Dau. of *Fearnouglil 175') (Regulus 17391. 



*Diomed 1777 (Florizel irtj8)- Amanda 1800 by Grey Diomed 1786 ("Medley 1776)— Dau. 

of Va. Cade (Partner 17.55) -Dau. of Hickman's Independence 1776 ("Fearnought 

1755)— Dau. of "Badger (Bospborus 1754). 
♦Messenger 1780 (.Mambrino 1768)— *Pot-8-o-'8 mare 1792 by Pot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 

1764)— Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripi>le 1750)— Snapdragon 1759 by Snap 1750 

(Snip 173ii- Dau. 1749 of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1721). 



Calvpso, 
b. in., 1805. 



*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1708)— *Ca8tianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)- 
Taliitha 1782 by Trenthara 1766 iT. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosiihorus 175 
(Babraham 1740)— Dan. of Forester 17.50 (Croft's Forester 1736). 

Bidlair 1786 ("Medley 177(5V^Dau. 1798 of "Dare Devil 17K7 (Mngnet 1770)-Dau. 1792 of 



Symmes' Wildair 1767 ("Fearnought 175 
nought I7.'55i-Dau. ofGoilolphin 177'ic 



• Y Fearnought 1777 ("Fear 



^ ;g: 



a-3L 



Humprey 
Clinker. 
b. h., 1823. 



Comus 1H09 (Sorcerer 1791))— Clinkerina 1812 liv clinU.i 
1781) by Tandem 1773 (Syphon 1750) -Termagant bi 
Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1'733). 



Daiio-hter of Cervantss 1806 (Don Quixote 1784)— Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1802 (Gohanna 17S0)— 
h m lao", I 1810 of Paynator 1791 (Trnmpator 1782)— Circle 1802 by St. George 1789 (High 
• ' °' 1774)— AUi-ail 17,'^S liv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58i. 



l,s(|-. (Sir Peter T. 17>'4)— Pewet 
Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1750)— 



Dau. 
Highflyer 



Emma, 
ch. m., 1824. 



(e 18071— Banter 1826 bv Master Henry 1S15 (Orville 1799)— Boa- 
ler 1782 (Eclipse 1764) -Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eng- 



Emilias, 
b. h., 1820. 



Camel ls>2 (Wbj 
dicea 1K()7 ' 

land 17111 M ivtlv 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1731 1. 
Whisker 1813 (Waxy 1790i— Gibside Fairy 1811 by Hermes 1790 (Mercury 17781- Vicis- 
situde by Pipator 178(5 (Imperator 17761- Beatrice 1791 by Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 
177 4) -Pyrrha 17 71 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 
OivUle 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 17841— 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)-Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
,' (Otho 1760)-Dizzy 1757 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Scud 1804 (Beningbrough 1,91)— Goosander 1805 by Hambletonian 1792 (King Fero-us 
1775)— Rally 1790 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Fancy 1780 by Flonzel 1768 

JHerocl 1 7.58) -Dau- 1 763 of Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722). 

" Waxy 179() (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 178.' (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 

nellal788by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 

Jnlial756by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17211. j f f i 

[Selim or] Soothsayer 1808 (Soicerer 1796)— Sprite 1807 by Bobtail 1795 (Precipitate* 

1787)-Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod n58i-Carailla 1778 by Trenthara 

j 17 J6 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)- Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb. 

Sir Archy 1805 ('Diomed 1777)— Dau. of "Saltram 178(1 (Eclipse 17(>1)— Dau. of Svmmes' 
t Wildair 1767 ("Fearnought 1735)— Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 ("Othello)— ban. of 

" ' — "■ I "Fallower 1761 (Blank 1740). 

Sister to |Ball'.s Florizel 1801 (*Diomed 17771— Dau. 1790of "Alderman 17S7CPot-8-o-'9 1773)— Dau 
Tuckahoe, , of "Clockfast 1774 (Gimo-ack 1760)— Dan. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (-■Fearnou"ht 

ch. m.. 1814. ' 1755)-Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by *Fearnoughr 17.55 (Regulus 1739). 

♦Sarnedon lErailius 1820 (Orville 1799i-Icaria 1824 by The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)-Parma 

br h 1828' "*''* '''' '^'"^^ Anrlrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778) -Mav 1S04 bV Beningbrough 1791 

■ " ' '• (King Fergus 1775) Primrose 1787 bv Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 1756). 

Rnwena Sumiiter 1818 (Sir Archy 1805)— Lady Grey 1817 by Robin Grey 1805 ("Royalist 1790)- 

Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 (Medley 1776)-Dau. of "Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 



§s 



Trampoline, 
ch. m., 18J5. 



Dau. of "Fearnought 1755 (Regnlns 1739 
" Selim LSdi ( Buzzard - 17 " 
1791 of Mercury ir7,s i 
by Marske 17.5(1 'S(|U(i 
p 1810 (Did. 



Bacch!(nte 1809 by W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784i— Dau. 
'se 1761)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 157 1 



ews irS 
1798" by Trumpator 1782 (Con 
17.58)— Promise 17(i8 by Snaji 



-Web IS' S by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 177.31— Penelope 
11 i-r,;, I'lunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 



♦Envoy, 
b. h., 183:3. 



Mary Morris, l""!,'-? '!''■'' '*" 
b. m., 1836. I '""■■'rJ^ 



n. 1762 bv Cub 17.19 (Fox 1714)— Am u 
(Bay Bolton 1705)— slst. b. m. 174" (. 
,-)-Bni\vu Farewell l.r, m. 171a In M-. 
(irli— Pan. of Doilsworth- I.jiyton I'.ii 



Memnon 1822 (Whisker 1812 
Smolensko 1810 (Sorcerer 17()(; 
Fairy 1782 by Highflyer 1774 (He 



)a 17.58) 



Mnrisco 1819 (.Mulev 1810i-Ina 1821 by 
lb(_)4 by Coriander 1186 iPot-8-o-'8 1773)— 



Ki;)(p8e 1814)- 
imerkin h. m. 1S23 bv Tiger 1812 
:n7 (Woodpecker 1773)— Indiani 
1 I' "I. 1796 bv Hampton's Pan. 
^■iire 1747)— Slamerkin h. m 
(in li. ni. 17.55 bv Second 17.13 
tilp Partnor bv Partner IT) 
» '-1,-tborpe .\r.) — Dau. of Brimui 



iipter 1818 (.Sir Arc 



by 



—Moll b 
: I Cade 1734) 
-Uau. 1746 by Star 
(div liv Orevboiiut 
li)— Dau. of Place'! 



l.-^S The Breeders' Ihuid liimk iukI (hihh: 



FARANDOLE. 

The rruprrlii of Ed. S. Gardner, Aroinlidc Sfiid, Sniiiidrrsrdir, Trim. Appli- 
cation for service io E. S. Gardner. 

Fauaxdole, chestnut horse, foaled 1881, bred in the Kenuesaw Stud, Tenn., 
owned by E. S. Gardner, Avondale Stud, Teuu., by Enquirer, son of imp. Leamington, 
dam Waltz by Lexington, out of Sehottischo by imp. Albion. Farandole only ran 
three rat-es-; was secoud to Joquita in Maxwell House Stake, at Nashville, 1 mile', in 
1.48; second to Billy (iiluiore in the Keunesaw Stake, 1^ miles, in 2.09J, and second 
to the same in the Woodlawu Stakes, IJ miles, in 2.(I1J, the track was very heavy and 
slow in both these races. His sire, Enquirer, is second to no son of Leamington as a 
race-horse and stallion. Waltz, his dam was a good race-mare and is from one of the 
best racing and producing families in the world. She is the dam of Hop (the dam of 
Kirkman, Carson, Fond-du-Lac, etc.), Glidelia, she having the fastest race at IJ miles 
ever run up to 1891, Racket, Bolero (a winner in Eugland), Gladiola, Raquet, Ker- 
messe, etc. Schottische is the dam of Ballinkeel, Caehuca, Reveller, Quickstep (the 
dam of Falsestep, Fern wood, etc.). Dance, his great grandam, was the dam of La 
Polka, the dam of Post Guard (Gen. Phillijis), Strathspey, Heel-and-Toc, Los An- 
geles, etc. Imp. Gallopade was the dam of the renowned Keel, and she the dam of 
Leconipte, the only horse that ever beat Lexington, Starke, winner of the Goodwood 
Cup, Prioress, winner of the Cesarewitch, War Dance and Fanny Wells. Nellie 
Grey by Commodore, .Jils Johnson and a host of fine race-horses are from this family, 
which is a famous English one, tracing to Pipiug Peg, to which trace in direct female 
line Octavius, Bob Booty. Cannon Ball, St. Jl.irtin, Mickey Free, Chanticleer, Solon, 
Xenophon, Zealot, Barcaldine, Lowland Chief, Ossiau, Ambergris, Lecompte, Starke, 
War Dance, .Jils Johnson, etc. Farandole combines the best racing blood on both 
sides, and should be a success in the stud. He is the sire of the winners Annie 
Brown, Billy Smith, Douglas, Dixie V., Free Trade, Fringe, Indigo, La Mothe, Melia 
P. These are about all of his get yet trained. 



Pot-8-o-'s irTS-Eclips-e ITW— Mars'^o 1730- Squirl n32-Baiikit's Lhilders-Darley Arabiau 1699. 




Waxy n'.M.P. 



Waniluicr isu (Goli: 
180U by Sir Petei- T 
Manill a 1777 by G" 

Chaiitick'er Us? iW 



. I"li ■ IV.K by Tium|iati>r 1783 (Conductor 17«Ti-Pru- 
.'!i>il :;:.^) Promi--i.' ntis by Suap 17.30 'J?iiip 17-iif3i— 
\r. ]7Jh. 

' iil'-tris iai9 by Alexander 17S2iEcU|i^e l?i;4)- Rival 
: 1774)— Hornet 17W by Drone 1777 > Herod 17J8)— 
-iuip 1750). 

-::) lerne 179U by Bagot 17S0 (Herod 17.5«i— Dau. of 
y by Tim 1752 (Squirt 173iJ— Miss Patch 17:i7 by 

tj ll~i 111. UILLUU l\l.l 

Ir. K ' I' I".' I nnimoiiore IT.lii— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1T80 ^Herort 1738)— Heroine 
17. ■• . 1 1 I - 1 I ; I , I Cade ir34i— Dau. 17(iU of Snap 1750 (Snip 1730)— Sist. 1743 to Ketni- 
lu^hy God. Ar. 17-24. " 

Bu Ezard* 17b" ^Woodpecker 1773)— Dau. of Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 17Wi— Dan of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem I748i-Dau. 1770 of En- 
gineer 1751 (Sampson 1743). 

Peruvian 18X (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 17WI— Maid- 
of-all-nork 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 
1730 iSqnirt 173-J)-Uau. ol Keijulus 1739 (God. Ar. ITU). 



Bhicklock 1814 (Whitelock ISO.Ji— Wagt.iU I.HIM by Prime Minister 1810 iSancho ISOD— 

Tranbys's dam 1813 by Orville nan iBeiiin-bn.u^'h 1791)-Miss Grimstone 1796 by 

Weazle 177d iHerod 1758)— Dau. of .Vncastcr i;i;,s . Blank 1740'. 
Champion 1812 iSelim 180a)— Etiquetu- ls3ii by Orville 179!) i Beningbrongh 1*91)- 

Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Kclipse 1764i— Brunette bv Amaranthus 1700 (Old 

England 17411— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 iCade 1'34). 



.irchy 1805(*Diomed 1777)— Daii.of »Saltiam 1780 (Eclipse 1704)— Dau. of Svnimes' 
Wililair 1767 (»Fearnou2ht 1733)- Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 i*Othello)-bau. of 
»Fallo«er 1761 (Blank 1740). 

Ball's Ploi-izel 1801 (»Diomed 1777)— Dan. 1799 of *Aiaerman 1787 (Po^8■o-'s 177.3)- 
Dau. of 'Clockfa-st 1774 (Gimcrack 1700)— Dau. of Svmmes' Wiidair 1767 (•Fearnought 
17.T5)— Y. Kilty Fisher 1767 by *Feai-nonght 1735 (fiegulns 17.H9). 

Emilius 1820 (Orville 179;i)—Icaria 1834 by The Klyer 1814 (Vandyke .Jr. i"--, rniDa 
1813 Ijy Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)— Mav 1804 6v P.. i, ,1 

(King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Mambrino 1768 ("Engineer" n.^ii 

Sumpter 1818 (Sir Archy 1805)— Lady Urev 1817 by Kobin Grey 1803 . I;... ,;,-■ r ii)i_ 
Maria 1803 by Melz.nr 1791 (*Medlev 1776i— Dau. of "Highflyer 1784 (Hii;"liilver i;74)— 
Dan, of "Fearnoiiglit 1755 (Begulns 17.J9). " ' 



*Diumed 1777 (Florizel 17()8)-Amanda 1800 by Grey Diomed 1780 (*\Iedley 177ii)-Dau. 
of Va. Cade (Partner 17.53)— Dau. of Hickman's Independence 1776 (*Feai-nought 
1755)— Dau. of *Badger (Bosphorus 17.54). 

Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 1768i— 'Pot-S-o-'s mare 1792 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 
1764) -Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 1730)— Snapdragon 1759 by Snap 1750 
(Snip I73'i)-Dan. 1749 of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1784). 



Diomed 1777 (Florizel noSj-'Castianii-a 179B by Rockingham 1781 (Higbflver 1T74)— 
Tabitha 1783 by Trentham 1706 (T. Sweepstakes 174-3)- Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 
(Babraham 1740)- Dan. of Forester 17.50 (Craft's Forester 1736). 
Bellair 17S0 ( Mpdlev 177'.)— Dau. 1798 of *Dare Devil 1787 (Magnet 1770. -Dau. 1793 of 
Symm..^' Wildaii iTii; Fearnought 175.'>i-Picad(ll;) by Y. Fearnought 1777 (*Fear- 
non 1). IT". Hid. m[ i ^. i.i..lphin i:71 CF.-arnuUL.dit 17.".5.. 



Emihns, 
b. h., 183J. 



7' 




■^ 


ii 


h. 










^ 


j^ 




^sL-s 


1 


s 




q-^ 


|a 


fel 


•=5 






°" 


F^ 


^ 






an 


1 


1 

> 




s'§ 


"s^ 



Scad, 
b. h., l,-»4. 



I Kin, 



)-*Castianira 179'i bv Rockingham 1781 (Hiirhflver 17741 — 
Tabitha 17.13 by Trentham 17(;(i (T. Sweepstakes 1743i— Dau. of Bosphorus" 1754 (Ba- 
braham 1740)— Dau. of W's Forester 1750 (Forester 173)'. i. 

Saltram 17S0 (Eclipse 17(54)— Dan. of Svmmes' Wiidair 1767 (*Fearnouebt 1735. -Dau. 
of Tyler's Driver 1760 ( *Othello) -Dau. of S'Fallower 1701 (Blank 1740)— Dau. of *Vam- 



piro 17 



(Regulus 1739). 



^Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Dau. of *Sbark 1771 (Marske 1750)- Dan. of Harris' 
Eclipse 1770 ('Pearni.ught 175))— Dau. of *Feamought 1755 (Regulus 17391- Dau. of 
•Jolly Roger 1741 .Roundhead 1733.. 

■-Mderman 1787 (Pot-s-o-'s 1773)— Dau. of *Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760)- Dau. of 
Symmes' Wiidair 1707 (*Fearnonght 17.55)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 bv "Fearuoucht 
(Regnlus 1739)— *Kitty Fisher 17.55 bv Cade 17^1 ((iod. Ar. 1734i. " 



Orville 1799 ( Beningbrou=, 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 11 
(Otho 17601-Dizzy 1757 

The Flyer 1814 (Vandvke. 
1778)— May l«n4 ln-'R... 
brino 1768 . K. _■ i i : 



Sir Archy 181.". H; 

1788of *Obs. .1,1 , .::; 

*Cuh mare Ijjj i.v cui. 
Robin Grey 1805 (*Ilovali; 

»Hi2hflyerl784(Higbflv 

.\rie] 1756 ('Traveller r 



h 1791)-Emily 1810 by Stamford 17i>4 (Sir P(;ter T. 1784)— 
r89 (Saltram* 1780)-Grev Doriraant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 

.Ir. 18J8i— Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 
i.i£rbrough 1791 (King Fergus 17751-Primrose 1787 by Mam- 

. — Cricket 1776 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 174:j ). 

: , ; . Dan. of « Robin Redbreast 179;; (Sir Peter T. 1784.- Dau. 
I lipse 17)4)— Slamerkin 1768 by *Wildair 1753 (Cade 1734)— 
i;:;9 (Fox 1714). 

,t 1790)— Maria 1803 by Melzar 1791 (*Medlev 1770)— Dau. of 
er 1774)— Dau. of *Feamonght 1755 (Regnliis 1739)— Dau. of 



[Coinus or] 
Blacklock, 
b. h., 1814. 

Manuella, 
b. m., 1809. 



Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Eliza 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5'*)- 

.\ugusta 1784 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17.50)— Hardwicke's daiii by Herod 1758 (Tartar 

1743) -Nettle 1763 bv Baiazet 1740 (God. Ar. 17341. 
Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 179)1 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltratn* 1780)-Grev 

Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1773 (Otho 1760)— Dizzy 1737 by Blank 1740 (God Ar. 

1734)— Aiic. Dizzy 1741 by Driver 1737 (Wvnn Ar.). 



Sultan, 
b. h., 1816. 



Whitelock 1803 (Hambletonian 1792) Dau. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 17731— 

Wildgoose 1793 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Cobeu-ess 1786 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 

(Eclipse 1764)— Manilla 1777 bv Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 1730). 

Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)— Mandane 1800 by Pot-8-o-"s 1773 (Eclipse 

1764)— Y. Camilla 1787 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758i-CamiIla 1778 by Trentham 

1766 (T. Sw eepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1705 by Compton Barb. 

Selim 1803 (Bi.izzard* 1787)-Baichaiite 1809 bv W's Ditto MOO (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1770 of Herod 1738 (Tartar 1743)— 
Polly irn by Marske 1759 (Squirt 17.33). 

)—\\eb 1808 bv Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 

In. ■ 1707, —Prunella 1788 bv Higbflver 1774 (Herod 

■ ■ ■ ,ip 173.; 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andr. 

-1798 by Tinmpafor c . ( '. 

17 58) -Prom ise 1 ros ! s ■ . . 
Mulev 1810(Ori'ille iru.i 1) 

Anvil 1777 (Herod 175^) \i 

(God. Ar. 1734)-Sist. 1730 1 



s 1 1 ,.f Windle 1S04 (Beniu'-'brough 1791)- Dau. 1788 of 
a_u 17C.1 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)-Dau. of Regulus 17-39 
i Othello by t.'rab 1733 (j^lcock At.). 



(Bav Bolto 
Turk, oiit < 



Catton 1809 (Holn.oims 1303)— Ca(uillina gr. m. 1832 bv Cainillus 1803 (Ha.nblntoniaii 1792)— 
Dau. I), la. 1818 ofSinolenako 1810 (Sorcerer 1796)— Mi93 Cannon h. m. lail bv f>rrillp 1799 
(Beiiinabroinjh 1791)— l)»u. b. m. 1796 of Weathercock ITas . n...i,ii ,-.... i—(i—rn-. ... ,n 

1777bv .«iitchi-m 1748 ((;»rle 17341— nan. of T. irk lT(i3 ((;...,,, i: .,- .4 ,.1 . .1, 

1739 (PoK ni4)—l)»u. 1750 of Allworthv 1744 (Crali IT-'J. 1,1 •.. m, , i-': 



1705)— Dairvmai.I b. m. 17.37 bv Bl .odv Buttocks— B.iy Brooklssbr b. m. 17!1 h 
.V (irevho md (Uliillaby)— Biocsklesby Bjtty oh. m. ;7U by Cur.veu Bay Ba 



-.1. , II. I 



160 The Brmlrrs' lldiid Bnulc ami (hihle. 



FELLOWCRAFT. 



THE FIRST HORSE TO BEAT LEXINGTON'S FOUR MILE TIME, 7.19J, WHICH 
HE DID AT SARATOGA, AUGUST 20, 1874, RUNNING IN 7.19J. 

Fdlowcntft is in the Dixiana tSfiid. Application to Maj. B. G. TJiomas, pro- 
prietor, Lexington, Ky. Sales anniiall//. 

Fellowcrakt by imp. Australian, son of AVest Australian, Ijred by A. J. Alex- 
ander, Woodbuni Stud, Ky., foaled 1870, dam Aerolite, the dam of Mozart, Ruther- 
ford, Miser, Spendthrift, etc., by Lexington, 2d dam Floriue, the dam of Idlewild by 
imp. Gleucoe, out of Melody by Medoc, sou of Am. Eclipse. As a two-year old Fellow- 
craft started live times and won one race ; was unplaced in Hopeful Stakes, oue-half 
mile; uni)laced in a dash of three-quarters of a mile; won a dash of three-(iuarter8 of 
a mile in 1.20, beating Marsyas and three others. At Saratoga was unplaced in the 
Flash Stakes and Saratoga Stakes. As a three-year old he started nine times and 
wou one race. Jerome Park, unplaced in the Belmont Stakes ; second to Survivor iu 
a dash of IJ miles, run in 2.15f; unj)laced in the Weatherby Stakes, 1^ miles ; was 
third to Tom Bowling and Springbok in the Jerome Stakes, 2 miles ; was third in the 
Grand National Handicap 2f miles, won by Preakuess in 4.03}, with Harry Basset 
second. At Saratoga, unplaced in the Travers Stakes, 1| miles, won by Tom Bowling 
iu 3.03f ; second in the Sequel Stakes, won by imp. Ill Used in 3.404, aud walked over 
for a Sweepstakes for three- year olds, 2 miles. When four years old he started twelve 
times aud won three races. Jerome Park, unplaced iu the Fordham Handicap, the 
Jockey Club Handicap, and iu a race of mile heats, won by Kitty Pease in 1.43f, 1.44! 
third in purse race, IJ miles ; third iu Handicaji Sweepstakes, 2^ miles, wou by Kitty 
Pease in 4.35§. At Long Branch, was unplaced in a race of two-mile heats ; wou 
purse, $1,000, 4 miles, in 7.43 ; was second in a race of two mile heats, won by Yan- 
dalite iu 3.49, 3.37. At Saratoga, was third iu a dash of three miles, won by Spring- 
bok iu oA2i, with Preakuess second ; wou dash of li miles in 2.42i, beating Katie 
Pease, The Governess aud Wanderer ; was second in a dash of 2^ miles, wou by 
Wanderer iu 4. OOi ; aud won clash of 4 miles iu 7.19A, beating Wanderer and Katie 
Pease. This was the best race, at the distance, ever ruu up to that date. Tlie lirst 
mile was run in 1.47J, two miles iu 3.38, three miles iu 5.29i, and the four miles in 
7.19i. This closed the turf career of Fellowcraft. Since his retirement, with a limited 
advantage, be has sired some fast horses. Knight Templar won three-quarters of a 
mile in 1.14, tliree-i|uartcr mile heats iu 1.16|, l.lGi, and 1 mile iu 1.42, all of which 
are creditable. Blue Lodge wou heats of three-quarters of a mile iu 1.20, 1.19J, beat- 
ing Brambaletta, Pilgrimage, Maggie C. aud others ; ran dead heat aud divided 
Citizens' Plate with Long Taw, at St. Louis, IJ miles, iu 1.55^^. Blue Lodge won 
some good races in 1882. Fellowcraft is a rich chestnut, with star and two white 
hind feet, is well formed aud a tiue blood-like sjicciuieu of a horse, IG hands high. 
He is handsomely bred, was a gooil race-liorse, with great speed and the capacity to 
stay over a distance of ground. He is strongly inbred to Dionied and imp. Medley, 
sou of Gimcraek by Cripple by the Godolphin Arabian ; lie possesses the Waxy 
bloixl throngli Whi.sker and Whalebone, and numeroua crosses to Herod and Eclipse, 
the. pedigree terminating in the blood of Medley by Gimcraek. 

Fellowcraft is the sire of the winners Boaz, Dr. Jekyl, Jim Murphy, My Fellow, 
Lady Keel, Harrodsburgh, Woodcraft, Abby Craft, Fellowship, Simrock, Sliibboleth, 
Hansa, Fannie S., Capt. Brown, Hydra, Free Mason, My Craft, Timberlaud, Tom 
Tough aud others. 



Trumpator 1782- Conductor ITUT— Matchem 17-t^— Cade 1734-GodoIphin Arahian 1724. 
Sorci-rer 1796 (Trumpator 17821— Epsom La«e 18i.ll by Sir PeterT. 1781 (Highflyer 1774)- 



Alexii 
(M;ir-k 
Clinlifi ; 
bvl;i 
of K. .-ii 
fQui: 



Ferl.'U^ 177") (Ecli|)8e 17(>4) -Lardella 1780 by Y. Marske IT71 
or Y. Cade 1747 iCade 17:i4,. 

• I'. 1784i-Pewet 1786 by Tandem 17?3(Syphon 1750)-Terniagant 
•ipple nMi-Cantauice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 17;i3)-Dau. 1:57 
1. Ar. \7U). 



5|X- 



i 3 Gibaide Pairv, 
j= b. m., 1811.' 



1 1 ^-2 Scad, 
:L2S b. h., ISOi. 



= 1 [Sclim or| 
j >;x Soothsayer. 
^"'- ch. h., 181)8. 



• i 3 Lady Grev. 
S~ b. m., 1817. 



• ji Y. Maid of 

■■_^ the Oaks, 

■~> ch. m.. 1H17. 

r.^ HaxalPs 

j3 J[use^'. 

;- b. h., 181«. 

^3 Daughter of. 



._ ^_._ ■ 1?S4 > Eclipse 17ii4i-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758i-Tei-ma- 
gaui by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple )750i— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 iBlaze 1733i— Da;i. 
17.57 of Regulus 17.39 I God. Ar. 17i4i. 
Golumpiis 180i (Gohauna 1790) -Dan. 1810 of Pavnator 1791 (Trumpator 1782) - Circle 
1802 by St. (.ieorge 1789 iHighflver 1774) Aliignil 1788 by Woodpecker 177:3 (Herod 

1758 1 -Firetail 1772 by Eclipse i;v, 1 i .Mar-ke I7.-0). 

" Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 17*ii-Dau. Is'lJpf Seliin l»ii2 (Buzzard* 17871 -Maiden 1801 by 

Sir Peter T. 1784 (Hi>;hayer 1774) Dan. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 17581— 

Matron 1782 by Florizel 17i)8 (Herod 175Si. 

Master Henrv 1815 lOrville 1799)-BoadiCra 1807 by Alexander 1782 lEclipse 17(.i4)-Bm- 

uette by Amaranthus 1766 (Uld England 1741i -M.ivfly 1771 by Malchem 1748 (Cade 

17»li—Dau. 175.5 of^nc. Starling 17^ iStarling 1727)/ 

" Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'8 177-3) -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 178-2 (Conductor 1767) -Pni^ 
nella 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- 
Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

ei-mes ir-.K) I Meicury 177Si-Vicissi(ude !800bT Pipator 1786 ilmpei-ator 1776i-Beairice 
171)1 by Sir Pe er T. 1784 iHighflver 17741-Pvrrha 1771 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 

Duchess 17W l>y Whiteno se 1742 lUod. . - Vr. 17 24). 

' Beningbrou'ib IWl iKiUL' Fergus 177.51 -Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 iHerod 1758)— 

l\Tuiaga)it bv Tantrum 17HU(Cripple 17501— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745(Blaze 1733) — 

Dau. 1757 of Regulus 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724). 

Stamford 1794 (Su- Peter T. 1784)- Dan. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 iSaltram* 1780i-Grey 

Dorimant 1781 by Doiimant 1772 lOtho 1760)— Dizzv 17.57 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 

17i4i-Dizzy 1741 by Driver 1727 iWynn .\r.). ' 

Beni])gbrougb 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Eliza 1791 by Hishflyer 1774 (Herod 175S) — 

.\ugusta 1784 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750) — Hardwicke's dam by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 

1743)-Nettle 1763 bv Bajazet 1740 (God. At. 1724). 

Hatnbletonian 1792 (King Fergus 1775)— Rally 1790 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

17671— Fancy 1780 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.58)— Dan. 1763 of Spectator 1749 .Crab 

n2Ji-Hor aiia 17. 58 by Blank 1 74 iGod. Ar. 1724 1 . 

' Pot-8-o-'s 177.J (Eclipse 1764i-Maria 1777 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743>-Liserte 1772 by 
I Snap 1750 (Snip 17'i6i— Miss Windsor 1751 by God. .\r. 1724 — Sist. to Volunteer by 

Y. Belgrade (Belgrade Turk). 
Trutnpator 1782 (Conductor 1767 1 -Prunella 1788 by Higliflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— 
I PiMinise !r(18 by Snap 175) (Snip 173fii-Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— 

"•" ' IT - (la m 17^15 by Partner 17 1 8 (Jiggi. 

( Trumpttor 1782) -Golden Locks 1793 bv Delpini 1781 (Hisbflyer 1T74)— 

: > hv Shark* 1771 (Marske 1750i-Dan. 1772 of Syphou 1750 (Sqiiirt 1732>— 

( ; 1 ( • i;v, bv Blank 1740 iGod. Ar. 1724). 

Bo'.iail 1795 Precipitate' 17S7(— Catherine 1795 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)- Ca- 

I milla 1778byTrenihani 1766 (T Sweepstakes 17431 -Coquette 1764 by Compton Barb— 

I Sist. 1743 to Kegulus by God. Ar. 1724. 

*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 17i.8)-*Castianira 1796 bv Rockin*ham 1781 iHiehflver 1774)— 
Tabitha 1782 bv Treutham 17611 (T. Sweepstakes 1743i-Dan. of Bospborus 1754 
(Ba'iraham 1740i— Dao. of Ws Forester 17.50 (Forester 1736), 

•Saltram ir.sO (Eclipse 1764i— Dan. of Svmmes' Wililair 17:7 i*Fe:irnon2bt 1755i- Dan. 
of Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Oihello)-i)aa. of 'Fallower 1761 (Blank' 1740) -Dau. of 
'Vampire 1757 (Re gulus 173ai. 

*Diomed 1777 (Florizel )7(J8i— Dan. of *Shark 1771 (Marske 17.50)— Dan. of Harris's 
Eclipse 1770 (*Fearnought 1755i-Dau. of *Fearnought 17,55 (Regulus 1739)— Dau. of 
*.Jnlly Roger 1741 (Roundhead \~m. 

♦Alderman 1787 (Pot-s-o-'s 17r3)-Dau, of *Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760i— Dan. of 
Symmes' Wildair 1767 ('Fearnought 17.55)— Y. Kitty Fisher by 'Fearnought 1755 

(Reg ulus 17-39) - *Ki ttY Fisher 1755 by Cade 173 4 ((joil. Ar. 1721i. 

' Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1791 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780i— Grev Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 17T2 
lOtho 1760)-Dizzv 17-57 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17211. 

(The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808i-Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe -Andrews 
17781 May 1804 bv Beningbroush 1791 (King Fergus 1775i— Primrose 1787 by Mam- 

brino 1768 (Engin eer 1756) -Cricket 177 6 by Herod 17.58 (Turtar 1713). 

" Sir .\rchv 1805 ('Diomed 1777)— Dau. of «R6bin Redbreast 1796 .Sir Peter T. 1784) — 

1 Dau. 1788 of 'Obscurity 1777 (Eclipse 1764)— Slamerkin 1768 by 'Wildair 1753 (Cade 

I J7:34i— *Cub mare 1762 bv Cub 17--i9 (Fox 1714). 

Robin Grev 1805 ('Royalist 1790i— Maria 1802 bv Jielzar 1791 ('IMedlev 17?3)-Dan. of 
'Highflyer 1781 (Highflyer 17741- Dau. of 'Fearnought 1755 iReguliis 17.39)— Dau. of 
Ariel 1751 ('Traveller 1747). 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Dan. of Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 17(>4)— Dan. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 177(1 (.Malchem 174'-)— Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 17.56 (Sampson 1745). 

W's Ditto l-<no (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Dan. 1791 of Mercurv 1778 (Eclipse 1764)-Dan. 1776 
of Herod 175-i (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Vixen 1753 by 
Regulii" 17:» (((o.l A r. 17:4). 

Dick Andrew- 1797 (Joe .\nrtrews 177K)— Dan. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 
Fraxinella i7:<3 l>v Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)- Dan. 1785 of Woodpecker 
1773 (Herod 1758)— Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17,"0). 

Waxy 1790 1 Pot-8-o-'s 1773) -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Prunel]a 
17KH by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Promise 17(» by Snap 17-50(Snip 1736)— Julia 1756 
by Blank 1740 (God Ar. 1721). 

Dnroc 1806 (*Diomed 1777)-Millcr"s Damsel 1802 by 'Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 1768)— 
*Dan. 17;i2 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764i~Dan. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 
17501 -Snapdragon 17.59 bv Snap 17.50 (Snip 17-"6i. 

*Expediiion 1795 (Pega«iis 17»4i-Maid of the Oaks 1801 by 'Spread Earfe 1792 
(Volunteer 178f)i— .\nnette bv 'Shark 1771 iMarske 1750)— Dan. of Rockingham 

_ (Partner 1755)-Daii. of True Wtiig ( Fitzhugli'e Re gulus 1765). 

•Sir Harry 1795 (Sir PeterT 17S4r "Mermaid by Waxy 17S0iPot^-o-'s 1773i— 'Promise 
]s'0! by Buzzard' 17S7 ( Wonilpecker 1773i— Dan. 1795 of Precipate' 1787 (ilercurv 
1778i-Lady Harriet 1773 by Mark Anthony 1767 (S pectator 1749i. ^ 

Cook's Whip 18'4 ( «'hi|) 17:4( Hart's Maria by Craig's Alfred .'Medlev I776i— The 
Pryor mare [a good race-mare] by Tayloe's Bellair 1786 t'Medlev 1776)— Thoroughbred 
mare of Mr. T. D. Owings. 



1G2 The Breeders' lliuul llonk and Gnhir 



IMPORTED GALORE. 

"SVXXXEK OF THE HARRIXGTOX. .MICHAELMAS, PAYXE STAKES, AXD JIADE 
A DEAD HEAT FOR THE ST. JAMES' P.VLACE STAKES. 

The 2>ro2)crti/ of li. W. Widdeii, liaUngbroke Stud, Middlchnnj, JId. 

Galore, brown liorse, foaled 18S5, bred by the Duke of Portland, Viy Galopiu, 
son of Vedetto, dam Lady Maura by Macaroni, sou of Sweetmeat, out of Noblesse by 
Stockwell. Galopin, the sire of Galore, won the Derby in 1875, Hyde Park Plate, New 
Stakes, Fernhill Stakes and Newmarket Derby. Galox^in is the sire of the unlieaten 
St. Simon, Galliard (winner of the 2,000 Guineas), Donovan (winner of the Derbj- and 
St. Leger), Atalanta (dam of Ayrshire, winner of the2,000Guinea8 and Derby), and of 
the dam of Surefoot (winner of the 2,000 Guineas), his dam. Lady Maura, like the 
dam of Galliard, is by Macaroni, sire also of Macgregor( winner of the 2,000 Guineas), 
Spinaway and Camelia (winners of the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks), Bonu.v Jean (wiuuer 
of the Oaks), Vista, dam of Bonavista (winner of the 2,000 Guineas), and Lily 
Agues, dam of Ormonde (winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger). Noblesse, 
his grandam, is by the emperor of stallions, Stockwell, and out of Brown Duchess 
(winner of the Oaks) by The Flying Dntchmau, winner of the Derb.y and St. Leger. 

Galore is an extraordinary fine horsa and combines in his pedigree all of the most 
fashionable strains of English blood. He was a superior race-horse, as his perform- 
ances show. 

As a two-year old Galore ranked with the best of his year, never did he contend 
for a prize except with youngsters of the highest class. He wou Harrington Stakes 
at the Derby Spring meeting, Arrandale (a winner) second, and Seabreeze (the 
wiuuer of the Oaks and St. Leger the following year) third, with seven others 
behind. The Michaelmas Stakes at Sandown Park was also jilaccd to his credit, 
such subs(^qucnt winners as St. Symphorien, Blanton, Nunwick, Juggler, Bartizan, 
etc., being defeated. In the Severals Plate at Newmarket he ran second to Sandal 
(winner of the Halnaker Stakes, Devonshire Nursery), Galore carrying 134 lbs. and 
the latter 131 lbs.. Hark, Father Confessor and King Galop being in the rear. A year 
later Galore proved his two year old form was no fluke by winning the Hastings Plate 
at Newmarket (distance 1 mile), with such flyers as Ha/.lehatch, Sheen, Anarch, Sky 
Pilot, C'aerlaverock and three others, those named being all in the winning list, and 
prominent this year (1889). He won the Payne Stakes at Newmarket (one mile and 
two furlongs), with Patchouli, Scene Shifter and three others behind him. The 
Derby was the next eftort, but he could get no nearer than fourth to .Ayrshire, Crow- 
berry and Van Dieman's Land; Orbit, Chillingtou and three others were behind 
him. In the Prince of Wales' Stakes at Ascot he ran second to Ossory, who accom- 
panied Galore on his voyage across the Atlantic, but died during the .journey; both 
these colts carried 125 lbs., giving weight to ncarl.v all their seven opi)onents. They 
met again in the St. James' Palace Stakes, each carrying 126 lbs., but so close did they 
finish that the judges could not separate them, a dead heat being the result and stake 
divided. In the Zetland Plate, Sheen .just managed to avenge the defeat which ho 
had jireviously suftcred, but in the Hamilton Park Stakes, over 1} miles, eight oppo- 
nents were easily disposed of. 

None of Galore's get have' yet raced, but IVom his high bri>(^diug and excellence 
as a raco-horso ho should be a success in tlie stud. 

Galore descends in direct female lino from the Royal mare, to which Conductor, 
O'Kelly's Eclip.se, Vtdtaire, Oxford, Kingston, Scottish Chief, Adventurer, Lexington, 
Vandal, Leonatus, Longstreet, Salvator and other good ones trace. 



Hambletoniau n9--i- King Fergus 



5— Eiaipsf 17iU ■Miir-lie nriO -Squirt 



,M^^ 



Daughter of 
b. in., 1811). 



Mulatt'', 
b. li., 1823. 



VVIliU'l.ick isill (lI.nilMn 
Wil.I'.;i...s- i;;iJ Ir, 111. 
(Ecli|i-' ;;■;: ManiiLi 

Pliaillolil IS N .Wail.,,, 1, 



Cation IMi'.i iti"liiui|iii- i^ii:;i- DfSdemoii,i 

I Fanny ITaU by Sii- Peter T. HSi CHif.'ll^,^ 

niiS)— Deedeiuoua 1770 bv Mar,?lie 17a ' 

Fillio-da-Puta 1X12 (Haphazard 17U7 -'l i' 



—'3 Inheritor, 
£SI blk. h., 1831. 

c ^ I NeU, 
3 jj|l gr. m., 1831. 



^ 1, 



121-Dau. l.sW ' 
(Ecli pse 176 1) \^ 

Whalebone I'-nT 
ISO I bT Alfv 
liTll— HorULl i :m 

Bob Booty IH'.M (Cha 
Y. Heroine by Bag 



Ilyaciiiihue 1? 



-Bartlctt's Cliiiilcrs— Darley Arabian lii99. 

17!!-:i Hail 17:li .,f I'oriaihlar 178ii (Pot-8-0-'3 ^7781- 
17.1 illapxl I1a,i-fnli,.ii.s- 178B by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 
(.1)1 IliM.ka- mil iMiap i; ..a 

u. l-Ui of U\erion liivs iKin- Fergus m.5)-Dau. 1796 
-Dau. 17SB of Kuler 1777 (Y. Marske I771I— Piracantha 
31). 

I'-ll l.y Orville 179!) (Beningbrough r,91)— 
a :;71 Dan. 178S Of Diomed ' 1777 (Florizei 

- : ay camillus 1803 (Harabletoiiian 
Flora 1789 liy King Fergus 1775 



■■il ((iolianna 1790)-Thalestri8 
tiy Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

Isi-ape 1803 (Commodore 1T93)_ 
by Hero 1753 (Cade 1731)— Dau. 



r>.':=:o b. h., 1818. 

^ a ' B = Darioletta, 
° g ,« ■ br. m., 1832. 



a ^ Blacljloclv, 
\~i. b. h., 1814. 



nn LslO)— Hand Maiden 181" by Walton 171)9 (Sir Peter T. 17S4)-An- 
i;-iiingl)roui:U 17i)l (.King Fergus 1775) -Expectation 1779 by Herod 
i laii. 17.')-1 of Sliim 174 i (Srarhng 1727). 

alaclj lP,03)-Madame Yestris 1818 by Comu.= 1809 (Sorcerer 1791))— 
la kMoiiiiin i7<Ji (King Fergus n75)-Consfintia 1T9B by Walnut 

.!■ . aa -^ ina 17K7by Y. Maislte 1771 (Mnrske 17.50). 

Ilacchante 1809 by AV's Ditto 18:!0 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Dau. 
:- ; . : —■ 17(i4)— Dan. 177u of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 

I a 1, Filagree 1815 bv Soothsaver 1808 (Sorcerer 1796) -Web 
1 ■ i '■- 1773) -Penelope 179? by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

;. - , I!,- il lyerl774 (Herod 17.^8). 

Catton 1803 (Gainmi.ii- 1,-oji- Ur\-illiEa 1804 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— 
Evelina 1791 bv Uighflver 1774 (Herod 173i— Termagant hy Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 
17.aO)— Cantatrice l)v Samjison 1745 (Blaze 1733). 
Amadis 1807 (Don Qnixnte 1784)-Selima 181) by Selim 1803 (Buzzard* 178T)-Dau. 1794 



Blackl. .a. ,~ 

Lisrta^ :-la 

_irvii iii_-iiii 

Selim Isn.M;, 
1791 of :\kri 
by Mar,-ke 1 

Phantom 18Ua 
1808 bv Wp. 
1767)— Pmni 



! V.r 



17&4)— Eilitha 1781 by Herort 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Elfrida 



r Daughter of, 
I br. m., 1810. 



Whitelock 1811,; . i' 

Wildgoose i;'a' 

(Eclipse 17(54 1 -Ml 
Phantom 1808 (Wal 

of Walnut 178) (Highflyer 1774)-Dau, 178: 

c inlh a 1772 b y Matchein 1748, C.iJ.- K.'M)_ _ 
Whiskey 1789 (Saltram i ,:.ii.— .i. na , ~a;i,ii 

1773)— Dau. 1775of Erliiia i a, i , . i, . 

(God Ar. 1724) -Dan ), ; i ~ 
rer 17i)ii (T 



n 1792)- Dau. 17JH of Coriander 178r) (Pot-S-o's 17;3i— 

1 1774 (Herod l^SSI- Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o."s 1773) 

l)V GoldBnder ITM (Snap 17.t i). 

",))-Dau. 1802 of Overton 1788 (King Fergus 1775)-Dau. 1796 

Ruler 1777 (T. Marske 1771)— Pira- 



1797 by Di-agon» 1787 (Woodpecker 
Miss Spindleshanks 1770 by Omar 1752 
v Boltou nO.">). 
ir Peter T. 1784 (Highflver 1774)— Dau. 

ll'.il nf poi-s-o.-s 1773(Ecliu— i;r.4)-E.litha 1781 bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Elfrida 

17iis liv >aap 17.ii)(Snipl736). 



<j § 






[Starch or] 
Yoltaire, 

br. h., 1825. 

Belinda, 
br. m., 18:i5. 



Idalia, 
1. m.,1815 



WaltoLi i;:i'.l (Sir Peter 1784)— Parasol ISOO bv Pot-8-o's 1773 (Ecli|,8e 17(54)- Prunella 
17s,8 liy Uighflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736)-Juli.a 
1756 bv Blank 1740 (liod. Ar. 1724). 

Moses 1819 ([Whalebone or] Seymour 180D— Quadrille 1815 bv Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 

1 1787) -Canary Bird 1805 bv [Whiskey or] Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782) -Canary 179T 

by Coriandei 1786 (Pot-8-o-'8 1773)-'Miss Green 1787 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1753). 
" Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— Dau. 1816 of Phantom 1808 (Walton 17;.'9i— Dau, 1802 
of Overton 1788 (King Fergus 1775) -Dau. 1796 of Walnut 1786 (Highflver 1774)— Dan. 
17,86 of Ruler 1777 ( Y. Marske 1771 ). " 

Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)- Wagtail 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho 1801)— 
Tranby*'s dam 1812 bv Orvilie 1799 (Beningbrough 1791) -Miss Grimstoue 17n6 by 
Weazle 1776 (Herod ir5-l|— Dau. of Ancaster 1768 (Blank 1741). 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodi>eckcr 1773)— D.an. of Alexander 17'82 (Eclinse 1764)— .D?.u. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758) -Dan. of Alfred 1770 (Matcliem 1748)-Dau, 1770 of Engi- 
neer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

Peruvian 18M (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Mnsidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 17t>4)— Maid- 
of-all-Work 1783 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau, 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 
1733)-Dan. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Miss Sophia 1805 by Stjimford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 
' 1784)— Sophia 1798 by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Huucamunca 1787 by High- 
flyer 1774 (Herod 1758) -Cypher 17;2 bv Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 1735). 
Alexander 178> (Eclipse I764)-Br(ni.ita i'v Ainaranthus 1766 (Old England 1741)— May- 
fly 1771 by Matohem 1748 a'a!. i;.jl, liaii. 1755 of Anc. Starling 17.38 (Starling 

1727)— Look-at-me-Lad5_1731_l'.v r.ii-i (.' as-ii . pper (Byerly T.i. 

Hercnlrs ls2 ; I WhaTei.one ImITj (anc ioli 1823 by Boi) Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 
' , Escape lt02_(Commod(ire 1793)— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 






(Her,. a • 

Econoi,, ^ 

Gadali , 

1784 ( Hi; 



IV Hero 1753 (Cade 1734). 
i)- Miss Pratt 1825 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— 
1799 (Beningbrough 1791)^-.Minstrel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 



-Matron 178! by Plorizel 1768 (Herod 1758). 



Bay 

Middleton. 
b. h., 18'M. 
Barbolle, 
b. m., 1836. 



Sultan 1,816 i Selim 1S021 -Trampoline 1825 bv Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 17971— Web 
1,808 byWaxv 179) (Po'.S-o-'s 1773) -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1707)— Prunella i7ss l.v HiL'ii(i\ IT" I (Herod 1758). 

Mnley 1810(Oim!i :7.a, a 1, i-j' i.v Marmion 1800 (Whiskey 1T89)—H!irpalice 1814 
by Oohann.a ', M r > Xniazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentham 17C6)— 

i' Fractious K:ij \i ■■ i ~ i p ^e 17641. 

! -' I,,, i- I liv Phantom 1808 (Walton 1790) -Filagree 1815 by 

Ill, V ii 1838 t-iy Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 

a,, a-: . a ., i;r,7). 

1- lai , !. ita 1822 by Amadis 1807 (Don Quixote 1784)— 
l,\ >,aiM, is. J .iiii//aiid* 17,871— Uau. 1791 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 



Snltan is 
Sooili- 



Selii 



17IV4I— Editha 1781 by lle nnl K 



• 1743). 



T)— Dau 1822 of Whisker 1812 (Waxv 1790)- Mandane 
-Y. Camilla 1787 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 
T Sv^ee pstakes 1743). 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andr, 

180 I bv Pot-8-o 's 1773 ( !• 

17581— Camilla 1778J>y Ta 
Lap.log' i8.'.3(Wli.aIeb"ii.. imi; -Gri-.ti.. . h. 111. 1825 bv MerbnlSlo (Castrel 1801)— Co- 

quetle ch.m, 1814 by Hi' k Xiulr.av- llo; (.Toe Andiws 1778)-Vanity b. m. 1803 bv 
1 Buzzard* 1787 (Wooilnerlcer 17731 -Dibclii'k hr. m. 1798 by Pot-8-o-'8 1773 (Eclipse 
' 17641— Drab b. m. 1791 bv Uighflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Hebe b. m. 1774 bv Chrvsoliie 
t, to Eclipse! b. m 178 i by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Spilettn b. m. 1719 hv Regulus 1739 
by Easiiv Snake i^n.akei— Montagu maie byD'Arcy's old Montagu— Diiu. of Hautboy 



17(a (Blank 17101-Proaernine f 

(God. Ar. 17>1)— Mother We-ler ., .... _. 

(D'Arcy White Turk)— Dan, of Briihmer (iJ'Arcy Yellow Tnrk)-Royal mare. 



1G4 'I'lic Breedrrs^ Hand Bnnl; idhI Guide 



IMPORTED GREAT TOM. 

WINNER OF t<T. .JAMKS' PALACE Sl'AKES A P ASCOT, AND DONCASTER 
.STAKES AT DONCASTER, IN \m^. 

I'nqjcrtij of Gen. W. 11. Jnelcson, BeJl- M-ile Shrl, Ni^lu-dle, Tenn. An- 
nwd sale of i/cai-li:i;/j (I'.niit Mnij Int. 

Oruat Tom l)y King Tom, son of Hiirk;iw;iy, lircil l).v Lonl Falmouth, foaloil 1S7.1, 
dam Woodcraft, the dam of Kingcraft, Aiidrod and Aiiderida by Voltigiur, wimit'r 
of tlie Derl)y, St. Leger and Doncaster Cup, out of Falcon and Ostrcgrr's dam liy 
Venison, (ireat Tom starteil once at two years old : at Newmarket First Octoln-r 
Meeting, for the Boscaweu Post Stakes of 10 j sovereigns each, for two-year olds, tliree- 
([uarters of a mile (six subs.) ; won by Twine the Plaiden, 119 lbs., Great Tom. V2'i 
lbs., unplaced. At three years old started nine times; won two, was second three 
times, third twice, and unplaced iu two. Newmarket Craven Meeting for Post .Sweep- 
stakes of 100 sovereigns each, half forfeit, for three year olds, Ditch mile, 7 fnrlnngs 
and 220 yards, Wild Tommy. 122 lbs., was first. Great Tom, 122 lbs., second, Coltne.ss, 
118 lbs., third, won by a head, a length and a half between second a.nd third. At 
Newmarket, for Two Thousand (i.iiiieas Stakes, Kowley mile, 1 mile and 17 yards, won 
by Petrach, Great Tom was unplaced. At Epsom, for the Derby, IJ miles, won by 
Kisber, Forerunner second, Julius Ciesar third, Gi-eat Tom was unplaced, fifteen 
started. At Ascot, for the Prince of Wales Stakes, 1 mile and 5 furlongs, Petrarch, 
127 lbs., first, Great Tom, 115 lbs., second, Julius Ciesar, 122 lbs., third, won by a 
length. St. James' Palace Stakes, old nnlo (12 subs.), Great Tom, 115 lbs., and 
Glacis, 115 lbs., ran a dead heat. Great Tom afterwards walked over, aud the stakes 
were divided. At Doucaster, for the Doncaster Stakes, 11 miles (36 subs.). Great 
Tom, 122 lbs., was first, Coltness, 127 lbs., second. Morning Star, 122 lbs., third, 
won by two lengths, three lengths between second aud third. At Newmarket, for 
the Triennial Produce Stakes, A. F., 1 mile 2 furlongs 73 yards, won by Cameui- 
bert. Twine the Plaiden seiond, Great Tom tliird. Heaufort Post Stakes, Rowley 
mile (5 subs.), won by Twiin' tlic I'laiden, Great Tom second. Wild Tommv third, 
t'amcmbert fourth. Newmarket D.Tliy, U miU-s, Lord Falmouth's Skylight, 123 lbs., 
first, Moulin, 123 lbs., second. Great Tom, li'i lbs., third, won by a length, two 
lengths lietweeu second aud third. 

At four years old he started six times and won once, second once, third twice, 
and unplaced twice. At Newmarket First Octolier Meeting for the Triennial Produce 
Stakes, Ditch In, 2 miles and 105 yards, Augusta was first, Great Tom secoud. Foot- 
step third. The Cesarewitch Handicap Stakes, '2^ miles and 28 yards, won by 
Hilarious, 3 years, 88 lbs.. Great Tom was unplaced. Tlie Champion Stakes, Across 
the Flat, li miles and 73 yards, Spriiiglield. t years. 130 lbs., first, Silvio, 3 years, 118 
lbs., second, Great Tom, 4 years, loO lbs., third. Windiugup Handicap, Rowley mile, 
1 mile anil 17 yards. Great Tom, 3 years, 117 lbs., was first, Augusta, 4 ye.-irs, 1()5 11)m.. 
secoud, Sheldrake, 3 years, 91 lbs., third, won by three lengths, a head lietw<i'n 
second and third. At Shrewsbury, for the Queen's Plate, about 2J miles. Sleldrake, 
3 years old, 117 lbs., was first. Redoubt, 3 years old, 117 lbs., second, (ireat Tom. 4 
years old, 133 lbs., third. Was unplaced for the Hawkstoue Welter Cup, New mile, 
won by Speculation, 3 years old, 134 lbs. 

King Tom, sire of Great Tom, was by Harkaway, the best race-horse of his day. 
He was not iu either the Derby or St. Leger, but won 21 out of the 28 rac^es iu which 
he started up to the end of his four-year old year, including eight King's Plates, the 
(ioodwood Cup aud the Royal Whip, beating all the best horses on the Irish aud 
English turf, carrying the top weights. He also wou the Goodwood Cup when five 
years old with 130 lbs. 

Great Tom is a rich, golden chestnut, with a white stripe down his face, ruuuing 
down between his nostrils, and two white feet behind, half way to the hock. Ho 
measures 16 hands 2 inches high; around the girth, 77 inches; length of shoulder, 
32 inches; around the arm, 22 inches ; below the knee, !l inches ; from jioint of hip to 
point of hoek, 40 inches ; circumference of gaskin. 111 inches; from point of shoulder 
to |)oint of buttocks, 69 inches, an<l weighs 1,305 lbs. Amoug the best of his get ari' 
Tyrant (winner of the Withi^rs and Belmont), General Hanliug (the best two-year 
old of IS83, winner of nine out of ten races), Tennyson, Telle Doe (with the fastest 
seven furlongs on record, 1.27i, up to that time), Thackeray, Trombone, Treasurer, 
TalloM, Standiford Kelhu-, Tabftha, Whizgig. Tartar, Thistle," Belle Pate, Cremorm-. 
Swift. Walterson, ( '.iid.iin Wagener, Calcium, Dutchman, lllld.'i, Mavor Nol.in. 
Tan|nin,John ('., T.illv Ho, llildei;-,ir(le, Brentano, 1 loiu-vniiion, (ireat Dixon, .laclc 
h'iclielieu, Little Uillie, Ella, Tullahonia, 4'ocsln, Tallapoosa, (Proctor Knott's dam' 
Tiun lioy. Tea Rose, Ilattie S Bliss, T I'n.ili nvk. Torilx^ra.. Tanhinn. (ira4uate. Great 
(fans, .Si'Mon Pure, Tangent, Jaso Phillij-s, .Soorano, (;i|isy an I many others. 



EcUpse 17CJ— Marske 1T."(I-Sqiiirt 1735— Bartlett's Childere— Darley Arabian 1609. 



Waxy, 
b. h., I'.'JO. 



Octavian, 
cli. h., 1807. 



Caprice., 
h. m., 1797 



Poi.s-u-'> K7:i iEcli|isriri:li- Maihi V.r, by Ilcmd ir.-S iTuri.ir iri:i) I.is.tt.- 1772 by 
! fiiiap 1T.")0 isiiip IT.iil) Miss Windsor 1,54 bv God. Ar. i7^— Si-t. to Voiunteer by 
I Y. Belgrade .BL-lgiudi- Turk). 

Tnimuaior llri (Conductor IT6T1— Prnuclla 17* by Hinliflver 1774 (Herod 17581— 
I PromiBC 176S by Snap 1750 iSnip rsui- Julia 17M by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— 

t'P^ciat or's da m 1735 l\v P.ir iii. r 171 S iJigg). 

Hail. 17:.7 of Oberon 1790 (Highflyer 1774)— Sist. 1779 
' 111 17481— Daii. of T. Sweepstakes 1743 (B. Sweep- 
- liv Spot 172S iHartlev's Blind Horse 1. 
I ; 7 1 by Eelipse 171)4 ("Marske 1750)— Sappho 17KJ by 
150 of Blaze 17.33 (Fl. Childers 1715 -Dau. of T. 



Stripi 



Anvil i, ,; ' lhi,M !,,>, \hioc;i|. I 

Blank irin (Hod. Ar. 17,41 Dau. 
Gre^'hound 172-3 (Greyhound). 






Ruganiino, 
ch.h., l.-:(M. 





=> 


S". 


Jiu 


i i = ^-5i 










.a 






?■= 










d 






2 




















2; 




I'i 


5-=. 



Commodore 171)3 iTom Tug 1777)- Moll-in the- Wad 17:11 by Highflyer 1774 1 Herod 17581— 
Shift 1770 by Sweethriar 1709 (Svphou 17501-Black Susan 1762 by Snap 17(0 (Snip 
173CI— Dau. of Cade 1734 iGod. Ar." 17241. 

Master Bagot 1787 (Bagot 17801— Dan. of Bagot 1780 (Herod 17.58)— Mother Brown 1771 
by Trunnion 1747 (Cade 17.34i-Dan. of Old England 1741 (God. Ar. 17;4i— Jenny 

Jessamy 1743 by Starling 1727 iBay Bcilion 1705)^ ; 

-Mies 



- b. h., i;9-i. 
Lady Jane, 
b. m., 17;iB. 



-■-' liy Hishflver 1774 iHerod 1758'- 

I. 10 Favourite by Eegulus 173:i ,God. Ar. 



Selim, 
ch. h., 1802. 



Asparagus 1787 (Pot-8-o-* 
\V\'St 1777 by Matcliem 1748 1 ( 
1724,— Y. Ebony 17ia 1)V Cral, 

Sir Peter T. i;^4'(HiL'lillvir i;;i, -I'm 1. 1 ! : ;s l,v Florizel 1768 (Herod 17Rsi_Captive 
1771 I'v M.iidiiiu 1, IS ( a,le 17.-;4!- Calliope 1763 by Slouch 1747 (Cade 1734)— Y'. Lass- 

f.f-lhc-Mi'l i;.() In (ir,.,ii.,k,. 1745 (Crab 17221. 

"iBuzzanl 1; ; i\\,„„lii k 1 17731— Dau. of Alexander 171-2 (Eclipse KCl^-Daii. of 
Hightlytr li; I (IKioil K.jbi Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)— Dau. 17;0 of Engi- 
neer 175(1 I Sampson 1745). 

W's Ditto 18i;o (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1791 of Meicury 1778 (Eclipse 17i;'4i-Dau. 1776 

I of Herod 17.'8 (Tartar 1743)-FoUy 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Vixen 17E3 by 
Ketrulus 1730 (God. Ar. 17Ui. 



1^ g-s airj 
r n r 

a isa 



OivUle, 
b. h., 1799. 



03 
Hi 






Dick Andrews K97 (Joe Andrews 17781- Dau. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 dlerciirv 1778)— 
Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1760 (T. Siverpstakes 1743i— Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
1773 (Herod 1758)— Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 17B4 (Marske 17501. 

Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'3 17731— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Condnclor 17671— Pru- 
nella 1783 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175Hi_ Promise 1768 bv Snap i;50 (Snip 1736)— 
Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 



Beningbroagh 1791 (King Fergus n75i-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 

Termaganl by Tantrum 1760 iCripple 17.501— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745, Blaze 17S31 — 

Dau. 1757 of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17^). 
Whiskev 1789 iSaltram* ne0)-y. Giantess 17<;0 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizcl 1768)— 

Giantess 17li9 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— Molly Long Legs 1753 byBabraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Cole's Foxhnnter 1727 (Brisk ini). 



Whiskey 1780 iSaliiam* 17801— Y'. Noisetie 17S8 by Dir.med* 1777 (Morizel 1768)— Noi- 
sette 1774 by Squirrel 17.54 (Traveller 17351— Carina 17t6 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1736)— 
Dau. 1755 of Blank 1740 (God. Ar. K24l. 

Gohanna 179 1 (M,ir(irv KTS. Aiiinz,,u 17!l9 bv Driver 17f3 iTrentham 170(11— Fractious 
1702 bv Mercarv i;7s , !■;, li|,.~.. i-,(;i, Dau. 1785 of Woodpicker 1773 ,Hltik1 17.>)— 
Everlasting i::.". l,v i:,!ip-,- i;, 1 1 Mar^ke 17,50,. 



US 



3 5.ig 



^^: 



!i al : 

iff a- 



WTiiioliv-t Hambletonian 1702 (Kiiif; Fergus 177.-) -Rosalind i:R8 tiv Phennmcnim 1780 (Herod 
h h ism' 17.iSi-Atalanta 17C9 by Matchem 1748 (Cade K"4, Y I..i---,,f-ilu-Mill 1750 bv Oroo- 
o. n., it<uj. noko 1745 (Crab 1722)-Dau. 1744 of Traveller IT;.. I':, rtii.i iTLS:. 

T,,„_u,„,.„f Coriander 1786 (Pot-S-o-'s 17731— Wildgoose 1;hj by Iliglillver 1774 (Herod 1758)- 
uau^uiei ui, Coheiress 1786 by Pot^o-'s 1773 (Eclipse KC,)— Lamilla' 1777 by Goldfinder 1764 

•' ' (Snap 17.50)- Dau. 1760 of Old England 1741 (God. Ar. 1724i. 

Phnntnm Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1784i- Julia 1700 bv Whiskev 1789(Saltram* 1780)— Y'. Giantess 

I. hi Si' !"'■'<' by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)-Giantess 1769 t.y Matchem 1748 (Cade 17iM)— 

II. D., leuB. jjjjij.^, j^Qjjg j^^gg j.gg jiy Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

ricnchto,- ^r Overton 1788 (King Fergus 1775)-Dau. n96 of Walnut 1786 (Highflyer i;74)-Dau. 17: 

h ^? iJ-S' of Rider 1777 (T. Mirske "— "■ -■ "- ' 



Cation, 
b. h., 1809. 



Filho-da- 

Puta, 

br. h., 1812. 

Treasure. 
CU. m., 1809. 



Golumpas 1802 (Gohanna 1790i— Lucy Gray IKU by Timothy 1794 iDelpini 1781 1- Lucy 

1789 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17581— Frenzy 1774 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske KSOi— Dau. 

of Ensineer 1756 (Sampson 1745i. 
Orville 1739 (Beningbroiigh ]791)-Fanny 1796 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Hi^'hflver 1774)— 

Dau. 1788 of Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 17681- Desiiemona 1770 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 

173 0— Y'. Hag 1761 bv Skim 1746 (Starling 1727). 



Parasol, 
b. m., 1800. 



Haphazard 1,97 (Sir Peter T. n»4i Mrs. Bamet 1806 by Waxy llOO (Pot-g-o-'s 1773)— 
Dau. 17^8 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17581— Hcinel 1771 by Squirrel 17&4 (Traveller' 
1735)— Priucipessa 1762 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17^4). 
Camilius 1803 (Hambletonian 1792)- Dau. 1804 of Hvacinthus 1797 (Coriander 1786)— 
Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764(- Atalanta 1760 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

17S1)— Y. Lass-of-ihe M ill 1756 by Orounoko 1745 (Crab 17- 2i. 

■ Sir Peter T. n84 (Highllver 1774)— Arethusa 1792 by Dungamion 1780 (Eclip^e 1764)- 

Da((. 1777 of Pro]ihet 1760 (Regains 17391- Virago 1764 by Snap 17.:0 (Snip n.36)-Dau. 

of Bcculus 1739 God. Ar. 1724). 

Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764) -Pntnella 1788 by Highflver 1774 (Herod li58,~Promise 

17ti8 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 17.',6i— Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724 (—Spectator's 

dam 173') by Parmer 1718 (Jiggi. 

o„„,„„-t, Soicerer 1796 (Truinpalor 1782i-Wowski 1797 by Mentor 1784 (Justice i;:41— Maria 
bit h isio' irrr (Waxy's dam) by Herod 1758 (Tartar 174:j)-Lisette 1772 by Snap 1750 (Snip 
oih.. n., isKi. i7.^6)_jii5s Windsor 1754 by God. Ar. 1724. 

Tprhna Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)-CamiUa 1778 bv Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— 
h m 1^9 Coquette 1764 bv Compton Barb-Sist. 1743 to Regulus by God. Ar. 1724-Grey Robin- 

D. m., law. son 1723 by Bald Galloway (St. Victor Bnrbi. 

n'i.oi„h™<. Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-(i-'s 1773)-Penelope 1708 hy Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767i— Pra- 
b, h im~' Delia 1"«8 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 17.-8)-Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36)— 
or. n., 18U,. jjjij^ j..g ^y Blankl740 (God. Ar. 1724i. 

"elim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Maiden 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflver 17741— Dan. 1788 
of Phenomenon 1780 iHerod 1758i- Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.>— Maiden 
1770 b y Matchem 1748 (Cade 1731). 



Daughter of, 
b. m., 1812. 



Waxv 1700 I Poi-s-o-'s 17731- Penelope 1798 bv Tnimpalor 1782 (Conductor 1767)- Prn- 
nella 17S.-i liv His.'hflverl7T4 (Herod 17.58i-Promise 1768 by Snap 17.0 (Snip 1736)— 
Jidia I7.-C, bv Blank 1710 (lud . Ar. 17241. 

Dick Aiidreus i;'(r .Too Andrews 1778)-Mandane ch. m. 18''0 bv Pot 8-0- 's 1773 
(Eclip-e 17C4, Y Camilla b. m. 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58(-C.imilla h. 
m. 1778 bv Trentham 1706 iT. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette b. m. 1704 by Couipton 
Barb-Sist. b. m. 1743 to Regulus by God. Ar. 17-24— Grey Robinson gr. ni. 1723 by 



. Victor Barbi-Sist. to Old Country Wench by Snake (Lister Turki— Grey Wilkes gr. 
iirk)— Miss D'Arcy's Pet mare out of a Sedbnry Royal marc. 



. by Hautboy 



li'.G Tlw. Brci'iVrs" llamJ Bool; and (iidilr. 



GRINSTEAD. 



WINNER OF TPTE CHAMPAGNE STAKES AT JEROME PARK, MANSION 
HOUSE STAKES AT LONG 15KANCH, ALL-AGED SWEEPSTAKES AND 
SUMMER HANDICAP AT' SARATOGA. 

The Projieriy of E. J. Baldwin, Savannah, Los Angelas Co., California. 

Grinstead by Gilroy, son of Lexiugton, l)red by Jas. A. Griustead, Walnut Hill 
Stud, Ky., foaled 1871, dam sister to Ruric by imp. Sovereign, sou of Emilius, out of 
Levity, dam of Lever, Mildred, Legatee, etc., by imp. Trustee. Orinstead, as a two- 
year old, started in two races, of which he won one. At .Jerome Park, the Cham- 
pagne Stiikes for two-year olds, J of a mile, in 1.17J, beating Dublin, Weathercock 
and seven others. At Saratoga, was second in the Kentucky Stakes for two-year 
olds, 1 mile, won by Battle-Axe in 1.4.5i. Three years old, started twelve times and 
■won three races. Jerome Park, won a dash of 1^ miles in 2.401, beating Kadi au<l 
seven others, among which were Harry Uassett, Whisper and Spindrift. Won ada.sli 
ofl| miles in 3.10, beating Shylock, Lyttletou, Wildidle, Kadi and others. Balti- 
more, Md., won a compensatioji purse, mile heats, in 1.4.5j, 1.45^, beating six others, 
among which were Aaron Pennington and Survivor. Jerome Park, was second in 
the Belmont Stakes, IJ miles, won by imp. Saxon, in 2.39^. Among the starters were 
Aaron Pennington, Elkhorn, Rutherford, Brigand and Reform. Saratoga, was second 
in the Sequel Stakes for three-year olds. 2 miles, won by Vandalite, in 3.40J. Was 
third in a dash of 1 mile and a furlong, won by Madge, in 1.57^. Was third in a dash 
of 2 miles, won by Culpepper, in 3.40J. Jerome Park, was second in a handicap, li 
miles, won by Skylock, in 2.38. Four years old, started in eleven races, of which he 
won seven. Jerome Park, won a race of heats of 1 mile and a furlong, in 1..59|, 2.01}, 
beating Rhadamanthus and Fadladeeu. Monmouth Park, won a race of mile heats, 
in 1.4.5^, 1.4.5, 1.47. D'Artagnau won first heat and Griustead was fifth. Won Man- 
sion House Stakes for four-year olds, 2i miles, iu 4.40i, beating Rutherford, Stam- 
])ede and two others. Saratoga, won Sweepstakes for all ages, IJ miles, 2.08}, beat- 
ing Springbok, Olitipa and Mate. Won the Summer Handicap, 2 miles, in 3.37J, 
beating Wildidle and Mattie W. Won a dash of 1| miles iu 2.40, boating Aaron Pen- 
nington, Scratch and two others. Jerome Park, was third iu the Jockey Club Han- 
dicap, 2 miles, iu 3.38^, won by Wildidle. Was third in the Woodburn Stakes for 
four-year olds, 2^ miles, won by Aaron Pennington, in 4.36^. Saratoga, was third iu 
the Saratoga Cup, 2J miles, Siiringbok and Preakness running a dead heat for first 
place, iu 3..56J-, which still stands the fastest time on record at the distance. Reno, 
Nevada, won race, mile heats, three iu five, in 1.47, 1.46|, 1.46}^. Bay District Course, 
Cal , was 8ec(md in the Wise Plate, a post stake, 4 miles, won by Wildidle, in 7.25A. 
As a five-year old started once and was uuplaci'd. Griustead is a blood bay horse, 
full 16 hands, of groat substance and ]iiiwir. with excellent shoulders, good body 
jind strong, well placed back, hips and loin, lie was a good, h<mest race-horse and 
comes from ;i grand racing family, and a Imst of good oU(^s have descended fioui it. 
Grinstead has covered only a few mines, lie sircil (iano, wi:;ner of tlie Conner Stakes, 
Grismer, Bonita, Goliah, Ed. Mcliinnis, G.'raldine, (ilcn Alinoml, (ianynicdc, (ilad- 
iator, Honduras, Cleopatra, Clio, Costa Rica, llemi't, I'ncnlc, Santiago, Siualoa II., 
Esperauza, Winona, .Salouica, El Kayo, .Santa Anna ami many other winners. It is 
to the Koyal mare through old Montagu mare that travi' iu direct fenuile line Cou- 
<luctor, Eclipse, Sterling, Weathcrbit, Oxf)rl, Ivingsto-i, S^'ottish Chief Adventurer, 
Lexington. Vandal, Leuuatas, Salvati>r, 0.i;)aligi, Stratford, Sensation and all the 
Duchess familv. 



Florizel 171)8— Herod 1758— Tartar lT4:i— Partner 1718— Jigg— Byerly Turk, aliont 1685. 



Bairs 

Fhirizel, 

ch. li., 18U1. 

Dutiv'htLT iif, 

b. 11).. iro.i. 



;m i';i-iiaiiira nil.! bv Kockiiigbam ITsi (lliL'hny.-r n;4i - 
im inc. il". >"fL'|i-t-il<f6 i7Wi— Dull, of Bcfiihunis 1754 (Ba- 
w '-- Foie.-'ti.'r 17f,0 (Fule^te^ 173lil. 

li Dau. of Svmiues' Wilclair 1767 (*Feainought 1735>— Dan. 
iilu-llo)-Uau: of "FallovvLT 1701 (Blank 1740)— Dau. of *Vam- 



irrr (FionzL- 

17;'0 (■•Fearii' 
RoL'cr 1741 il!n 



iriSi Dan. of *Sliark 1771 (Marske 1750)- Dau. of Harris' 
iL;lit 17.j')i— Dau. of 'Fearnouglit I75a (RcgulUB 1739)— Dau. of 
n.lliead 1T:J3i. 

- < i;,:-:i D.iii of 'Clockfast 1774 iGimcra'k 1760)— Dau of 
li iiii.iii.ln i;..ri)—V. Kitty Fisher 1767 by *Fearnought 
' ■ adi- 1734 ((iod. Ar. 1724). 



.3 Saj 

a* r 



Orvillr i.j'.i ,i;i-mii-!,i.',,Lli ,..' , l.iaii-. .10 by Siamford 17a4 (Sir Peter T. I'fH)— 

Dau. KliJof Wbi-ivLi ;..^.i .'^a.,laIlJ i;.'()) -Grey Doriiuaut 1781 by Dorimant 1773 

(Otlio 1760) -Dizzy 1751 by Blank 1710 tGud. Ar. 17-4). 
Tlie Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 18j8i— Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 

1778)— May 1804 by Beningbrougli 1791 (King Fergus 1775)-Prinirose 1787 by Maiu- 

Imno 176 8 (En gi neer 1756)— Cricket 1^76 b y H erog i;58 (Tartar 17 4-3). 

Sir^irchy 1805 ('Diomed 1777)— Dan. of »Robin Redbreast 1796 (t^ir Peter T. 17M1-Daii. 

1788 of *Obscurity 1777 (Eclipse 17«4)-Slauicrkiii 1768 by *Wildair 1,53 (Cade 1734)— 

*Cub mare 1762 by Cub 1739 (Fox 1714). 
Robin Grey 1805 (*Royalist 17yo) -Maria 18oa by Melzar 1791 (*Medley 1776)- Dau. of 

♦Highflyer 17»4 (Highflyer 1774)-Dau. of *Feamought 17.''i5 (Regulus 1739)-Duu. of 

A riel 175 J ( ''Traveller 1747). 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773i-Dau. of Alexander 178S (Ecliiise 17(4i— Dau. of 

Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748i-Dau. 1770 of 

Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 
V\"s Oitto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 

of Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743>-Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 17.32)— Vixen 1753 by 

Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1784). 



Web, 
b. m., 18 )S. 



Dick Andrews 1797 (Jue Andrews 17781— Dau. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 
i^'raxinella 1793 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 174:3)-Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
1773 (Herod 1758) -Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750). 

Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'8 1773)-Peuelope 1798 bv Trninpator 1782 (Conductor 1707) - Pni- 
neila 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1738)-Pronii6e 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
J ulia 1756 by Blank 1740 (Qoil. Ar. 17a4i. 






Bobadil, 
ch. h., 1813. 



Pylhoness. 
bik m., 1813. 



Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 1781)— Parasol 1800 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1704) - Prunella 
17-18 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Proniise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)-Julia 
1756 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Stimford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Sophia 1798 by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— 
Hancamunca 1787 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Cypher 1772 bv Squirrel 1751 
( Traveller 1735) -Pan. 1749 of Regulus 1759 (God. Ar. 17>'4). 

RubLMis 1805 (Buzzard* 1787) -Dau. 1795 of Skyscraper 1786 (Highf.yer 1774)-It'abel 
1787 by Womlp.-cker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 177.") of Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 1735)— 

T^nncv irwr hi' Rlnnl,- 1710 (God Ar 1724). 

s 1796 bv Sir Peter T. 1781 (Hiirhflver 17741— 
1764)— Dau. 1783 of Turf 17t0 iMatthenil748)— 



Nancv ir6r bv Blank 17 M) ( 
Sorc'-rer 17',r, iTnimpnt 
Dau. 1789 nf KniiL-aiii 
Dau. 17;9 of llrn.i V, 



I ( tk-lipse 
I tar 17431. 



HA 



=5 


S 




^ 


- 


*c ■ 


05 


A 


w ": 




x> 




S 


M 


ii 
















k) -i 


.? 


-^P.^^ 



Bening- 

brough, 

b. ii.. 1791. 



KingFortMis 1775 (Eclipse 1761i-Dau. 1780 of Herori 17.-8 (Tartar 174.3)-'Pyrrha 1771 
by .Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734) -Dutchess 1748 by Whitenose 1742 (God. Ar, 1724)— 
Miss Slamerkin 1729 bv Y. True Blue 1718 (Honevwood's Ar.). 

Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1750)- Cantatrice 
bv Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1733)— Pan. 1757 of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i-Rnby mare 
M arske's dam) by Blackleirs 1725 (Hntton's Bay Turk). 



Sir Peter T. 178-' (Highflver 1774i—Horatia 1778 by Ecli pi^e 1764 ( Marske 17.50i -Countess 

(Delpini's dam) 1700 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)-Dau. of Rib 1736 (Crab 1132)— 

Dau. of Wynn Ar. 
Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 (Oiho 1760)— 

Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 172))— Dizzy 1741 by Driver 1727 (Wynn Ar.)— 

D.au. of Smiling Tom 1724 (Conyers' Ar.i. 




Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Y. Giimiess i79i( bv Diomed* 1777 (Flnrizel 17C8)— 

Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade n34i Mnllv Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1724) Dau. of Foxhunier 17-'7 (Urii-k 1711 1. 
Precipitate" 1787 (Mercury 1778)-Y. Titiany 1787 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758) — 

Tiffany 1773 bv Eclipse 1764 (IWarske 17.50i— Y. Hag 1761 by Skim 1746 (Starling 

1727} -_Hag 1714 by Crab 1722 ( Alcock Ar.) ' 

Sir Peier T. 17.84 (Highflyer 1774)— Horatta 1778 bv Eclipse 1764iMai-Bke I750i - Countess 

(Delpini's dam) 1760 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar." 1724)— Dau. of Kih 1736 (Crab 1722)— 

Dau. of Wvnn Ar. 
Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 1764)-Rachel 1790 by Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758) -Dau. 17V1 

of Syphon 1730 (Squirt 1738)— Dan. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i— Sii-t. 1768 to 

Jud-rement by Snip 1736 (Flyiiur Childers 1715). 



Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Ca- 

inilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1765 by Compton 

Barh-Sist. 1743 to Reitulus by God. Ar. 1724. 
Timothy 1794 (Delpini 1781)-Lucy 1789 bv Florizel 1768 (Herod 17381-Frenzv 1774 bv 

Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)-Dau. of "Engineer 1756 (Sampson 1745)- Dau. 1763 of 

Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Waxy 1790 IPot-S-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 17.82 (Conductor 1767)-! ru- 

nella 1788 bv Hiirhflver 1774 (Herod 1758) -Promise 1768 bv Snan 17.50 (Snip 1736)— 

Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778) -Vicissitude 1800 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 1776i-Bea- 

trice 1791 hv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflver 1774)-Pytrha 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

_ 17.;i I n i.Im .^ iTIs bv W hitenose 1742 (God Ar. 1724). 

Whiti I . - : 11 iHibirtunian 1792)— Dan. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 17731— 

Wil I'-J ''\ llii:bllver 1774 (Herod K.is! -Coheiress 1786 by Pot-S-o-'s 1778 

(E. lip-' I.I Minill.i 1777 by Goklflniler 17114 (Snap 1750). 
Orville 1711(1 (Brniiigbron^'h 1791i— Miss Grimstone 1796 by Weazle 177C. iHerod 1758)— 

Dau. of Anc,i'<t(r 1768 (Blank 1740) Dau. of Damascus Ar. 17.34— Dan. of Sampson 

_1745 I Blaze 17.33i. 

Sir Solomon 1805 (*Tickle Tobi 

1797 by Trumpator 1782 (Coi 

(Herod 17.38)-Dau. 1775 ol Iv 



-Tin 



1 of Hickory 1804 (*Wliip 1794) -*TiulU|)etta 
Sist. 1786 to Lambinos by Highflyer 1774 
M (r<ke 17.50). 



fii Hav Bull— I); 



Ihiiltlmv tll-M 



i 181(1 (Eal'sFlorizel l; i,,,,'.,., l,. in. II 

I inn? liv Melzarligi ( .\U.i:. i IT:i,,-l)au. of 
.Mill. .1,-1,1 I-S5 (Regulna 17:!9)— Uaii. ol Arie 

1 1- M-ullfii Ar. 1745)— *l)ucbessby ('iillc 

. 1 l:i : ' Ii-l;i— Dan. oil. m. 1723 of Orevbcil 
of Whiteshirt— Montagu niai 



(I) Ar 



Turk)- Roval i 



iiGrev .«n5('Rovalist 1790)— 
r 1784 (Hl:;liflver 1774)— Dau. 
Tveller 1747)- Dau. of Jack 
-I.aiWTbiuh cli. m 1731 by 
,i.\ )— .8o[)linui8ba's dam by 
ley Old Moutagu — Dau. uK 



108 The Breeders' Hand Booh and Guide. 



HANOVER. 



WIXXER OF THE HOPEFUL, JULY .VXD SAPLIXG ^^TAKES AT TWO YEARS 
OLD, TWENTY OUT OF TWEXTY-.SEVKX RACES AT THREE YEARS 
OLD, IXCLUDIXG WITHERS, BELMOXT, SWIFT. TIDAL, LORILLARD, 
STOCKTOX, .STEVENS, BROOKLYN DERBY, CONEY ISLAND DERBY, 
EMPORIUM, CHAjyiPION AXD OTHER STAKES, 

The proper fii of Milton Young, McG-rathiana Stud, Lexington, Kij. 

Han'over, (•he.stnuthor.se, foaled 1884. l)red in Runnyme.'le Stnil, by Hindoo, son 
of Virgil, ilaiii Bourlion Belle l)y imp, Bonnie .Scotland, out of Ella D. by \an<lal, sou 
of iin|i, (Jlencoe. Hanover was a giand race-horse. At two years old won tin- Hope- 
ful Stakes, j of a mile, 115 lbs,, in 1,15J, beating Fitzroy, Roi d'Or and three others; 
won .Inly Stakes, | of a mile, 120 lbs., in l,15i, defeating Oneko, Roi d'Or, etc, ; won 
Sapling Stakes, J of a mile, l.l.i. defeating Kingston. Austriana and four others. All 
tlicsi' races were run at Monmouth Park. As a three-year old. started 27 times, won 
211 i:i( es. At BroolJyn won the Carlton .Stakes. 1 mile, 118 lbs,, in l,43i ; the Bro(d<<lal6 
Ilauiliiap, 11 miles, 111 lbs,, in 1.541, Dry Monopole, Orillarae and others behinil him; 
won Brooklyn l)erl)y, li miles, 118 lbs., in 2.43i, beating Dunbine and Bronzomarte. 
.lerome Park, won Withers Stakes, 1 mile, 118 lbs,, in 1.46|, Stockton, Belvidere etc. 
bi'liinil him; won Bcdmont Stakes, 1+ miles. 118 lbs., beating Oneko, in 2.43i, Coney 
Island, won Swift Stiikes, 7 furlongs, 118 lbs,, beating Kingston and Firenzi, in 1.32, 
track muddy; won the Tidal .Stakes, 1 mile, 118 lbs , beating Kingston and Oneko, in 
1.41J: won Coney Island Derby, X't miles, 11^ lb.s , beating Oneko and Hypasia in 
2,44i. track heavy; won the Emporium Stakes. I4 miles, 128 lbs., in 2. 35t, beating 
Dnnliine, Oneko and five others; won the Spindrift Stakes, IJ miles. 125 lbs., beating 
Stockton, llli lbs,, and Raveller, 112 lbs,, in 2,11|. Monmonth Park, won the Loril- 
lard Stakes, li miles, 118 lbs., beating .\lmy, in 2,40.1; won Stockton Stakes, li miles, 
125 lbs., beating Kingdom, 118 lbs. in 2.13; won Barnegat Stakes, 1^ miles, 125 lbs., 
beating .Miss Ford, 113 lbs., and Kingdom, 110 lbs., in 2.44^; won Stevens Stakes, If 
miles. 123 lbs., beating .\liny, 114 lbs., in 2. .56; ran second to Laggard, 111 lbs., in the 
Raritan Stakes, Hanover, 128 lbs., in 2.14, Bradford, 109 lbs., third; won Champion 
Stakes, 11 miles, 109 lbs., beating Firenzi, 100 lbs,, and Volante, 121 lbs,, in 2.38; ran 
third to Laggard, 118 lbs., aud Firenzi, 120 lbs., Hanover, 125 lbs., in the Omnibus 
.Stakes, 14 miles, in 2 44, track muddy, Kingston and Esquimau behind him; was 
beaten by Banbiirg, 110 lbs., in Choice Stakes, 14 miles, in 2.45, Hanover, 118 lbs. 
Saratoga, won United State.s Hotel Stakes, lA miles, 118 lbs., beating Waxy and others, 
in 2.3-ii. Bronklyn Fall Meeting, was unplaced in first special, 1} miles, won by 
Volante in 2.12 ; sc'cond won special, U miles, 114 lbs,, in 1,57J^, Favor (5), 123 lbs,, Ban- 
bnrg and Onsette liehind him. .lerome Park Fall Meeting, beaten by Firenzi, 122 lbs., 
HanoviT 125 lbs., in .Jerome St.akes, If miles, in 3,09J. Baltimore, won Breckenridge 
Stakes. 1; liiiles, 123 lbs., in 2.52.1, beating Glenmound. 118 lbs., and Stockton, llf-lbs, ; 
won Dixie Stakes, 2mile8, 123 lbs,, beating (Jlenmonnd, 118 lbs,. in3.51f, track heavy; 
ran second to Eolian, 11"* lbs., 7 furlongs, in 1.28.<f, two behind him; ran second to 
Eoliaii (4), 123 lbs., Hanover (3), 114 lbs,, 1 mile, in 1,43, four others behind him: won 
purse, 1 mile, 112 lbs,, in l,41f, Orvid, 96 lbs,, and four others behind him. At four 
years old ran three times, was second to The Bard in Brooklyn Handicap, IJ miles, 
each 125 lbs , iiv 2.13, Exile, Volante and seven others licliind him; ran second to 
Richmond (6), 112 lbs , H.anover (4), 125 lbs , in Brookdale Handica)), 1!, miles. In 1.58, 
Drv Monopole, Ennia ,ind Fitzroy behind him; ran third to The Bard (5), 123 lbs,, 
Volante (6), 124 lbs., Hanover (4), 118 lbs., in nrooklynCnp, 14 miles, in 2.42|, Fenelon 
(4), IIH lbs., I'ourtli. At livi^ years ol<l started 17 times, won 9 races, was second in 6. 
third in 1 and un])laied in I, Bronklyn, was unplaceil in Brooklyn Handicap, 1} miles, 
won liv Kxile in 2.(171 ; won purse, 7 furlongs, 124 lbs,, in 1 281, beating (inarantee, 
Ivdiaii and Ecdo; ran .second to Diablo in .St. .lames Hotel ^HaUes, 1| miles, in 2,091, 
beating Elk wood: was second to Marauder (4 ), 1221b.s., Hanover (5), 127 lbs,, in Rrook- 
Ivn Ciqi, 11 miles, in 2.12}, Elkwood, Enriis anil (ileii Echo behind liiin : won Sweep- 
stake, 1 a mil.., 125 lbs,, in 0,4S|f. seven behind him. Coney Island .Jockey Club, won 
Sweepstake, li miles, 114 lbs., in 1..55. three behind him; won Swecjistake, 51 fur- 
longs. 124 lbs., in LOfiJ, eight b-.hmd bim ; won C.mey Island Cu)), 11 miles, 116 lbs,, 
in 2,35', beating Firenzi and threes otiiers: won Coney Island Stakes, li miles, 119 
lbs., in 1.541, Kingston, 12J lbs., and three others beliind him, Saratoga, won the 
Calilornia Stakes, 1 mile, 124 lbs,, in 1,43.J, three behind him: ran second to Los 
Angeles (4), 112 lbs., in Excelsior Stakes, 1} miles, Hanover (5), 124 lbs., in 2.13, Mont- 
rose third ; won Merchants' Stakes, 15 miles, 124 lbs,, boating Montrose aud Elkwood. 
{Continued on page 170,) 



Buzzard* 1787— Woodpecker 1773— IK 



il I7."^-Ta 



■ 1743— Partner 1718— Jig;;— Byerly Turk, about 1085. 



*Traiiby, 
br. h., 18^0. 



Lncilla, 
b. m., — . 



Selim I.SUJ 1 L;a/..'.;inl Ks:)— Bacclmme ISil'.l l)v W's Ditto isnil (Sir Peier T. 1784)-Dau. 

lllil ol Mi'ma\ 1 , :m lOchpse lTi;l)— Dau. HJlj of Herod 1758 (Tartar 17 .3)— Folly 1771 

bv Marske i;.)(l (!~qlilrt 1733). 

Tramp 1810 iDick Audrens 17117)— 'Wcli 18.)S by Waxy 17;;o <Poi-S-o-'8 177.)- Penelope 

1798 by Trumpator 1783 (Conductor 17i;7)-Prnuella 1788 uy Highflyer 1771 (Herod 

17."i»i - Promise 17 ■< ly Snap 17al) (Snip 1736). 

Bhicklock 18!4 Whiielock 1803) -Uau. 18ia of Orville 17S19 (Beninghn.iigh 17m)-ili6S 
Cinmstoiie 17!.6 by Weuzle 17711 (Herod 1758)-Uaa. of Ancaster 17a8 (Blank 17)0)- 
Dait. of Damasc. Ar. 17.^4. 

13051 -Lucv IS.'l by Orpban 1810 (Ball's Florizel 1801)- 
v\- 1^ r. i P.ovalist 1791)- Maria ISOJby M.-lzar 1791 (*Med- 
I'l yer 1774). 



by Scud l^(4(Heiiingbrougli 17'."1) -Goosander 






.-,)— Rally 1, 



Trumpator 1782 (Con- 
■■.]odl7.:8). 
i;iiixote 17811-BlECk- 
<i-t* 179SJ by Highflyer 



Peg:^ 

Stewart, 

b. m.. 1824. 



Tiiuoleon, 
oh. h., 1813. 



i Whip 1801 i*Whip 






Trumpator 18;JJ (Sir Soloi 

Lady Grey 1S17 bv Ro iiiii i . 

le y 1776)-Dau. of 'H ig I ) II 
Emilius 18t.>0(0rviiie 17!t,.i - 

1805 by Hambletoiiian 17. i: 

ductor 1767) -Fancy 17811 1--1- 1 ,, u ■ii.n. i 

Tramp 1810 (Dick Aiidreu> 1 i '7 1 liu. isii(-i -^i 

lock's Dam 17;l!i by furiinilri \ ,< , ,\\^\.^..,.- . 

17 74 (Herod 1758)— Cobeiif>- I7si; !.y r..t-s -.i-'- i 
Medoc 18"29 (Am. Eclipse 1814'- Grecian Princee: 

17'.)4)-Jane Hunt 1796 by Paragon 178-1 (*Fiiinnap 1765) -Moll by *Figure 1757 (Grey 

Figure 1747)— Slamerkin 1768 by *Wikiair 1753 (Cade 1734). 
Cook's Whip lSt4 («Whip I794;-Marv Bedford 1816 bv Duke of Bedford ('Bedford 

17:iS)— Dan. lsi3 of 'Speculator 1795 {Dragon* 1787) -Dau. 1808 of *Dare Devil 1787 

{Ma.-iiet 17;ii) -*T rumpetta 1797 by Trumpator 1782 (Co i Klnctor 1767). 

sir Arrhv 1>05 ( -Diomed 1777)— Dau. of *Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 17e4)-Dau. of Svmmes* 

Wiklair 17.;7 (Fearnought 1755)— Dau. of Driver 1760 (*Othello)— Dau. of *Fallower 

1761 (Blank 17411. 
Ball's Florizel ISOl (*Diomed 1777)-Dau. 1799 of *Aldennan 17S7 (Pot-8-o-"s 1773)— Dau. 

of *Clockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760)-D:m. of Svnimcs' \\ ildair 1767 ('Fearnought 

1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by *Feamou-:ht 1755 ( Rcl-iiIii^ 17.3.'1. 

Emilius 182) (Orville 1799)- Icaria 1824 by The FIm i i-l I (\aiHlvke Jr. ISO-fl-Parma 

1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 177^1^Ia^ !■- 4 l.y Beningbrough 1791 

(King Ferial? 177.'31 -Primrose 1787 bv Alambrino 17ti,s (Kngmeer 17.56). 
Sampler 1S18 Sr \irli;- isr.) -Lady Grey 1817 by Rubin (irev 1805 (*Rovalist 17'^0)— 

Maria l--! ; ' ^1 1 i :;!a i Mc-iUov 1776)-Dau. of *Hitrhflyer 1781 (Highflyer 1774)- 

_Dau. of I I . ; V. I R, lailiTsJjSUK 

Lottery l^jn 1 1 .|. :-l i-Mor^-iana 1820 bv Mulev 1810 (Ovville 1799)— Miss Stephen- 
son 1811 liv (Send orj Sorcerer 1791 (Trumpator 178'2)— Sist. 179il to Petworth by 

Precipitate' 1787 (Mercarv 1778)— Dau. 1787 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.")8). 
Priam* 18^7 (Emilius 18201— Dan. 1815 of Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Dan. 1810 

of Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 177.'i)— Hornpipe 1793 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)-Lnna 1779 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743). 



Sir Heicnles 1828 (Whalebone 1807)-Guiccioli 1823 by Bob Bootv 1804 (Chanticleer 

1787)— Flight 1809 bv Ir. Escape 180i (Commodore 1793)-T. Heroine bv Bagot 17t0 

(Herod 1,. 58) -Heroine 1775 bv H.-ro 17.'3 (Cade 1734). 
Phv-irini 1S2I .Hii,i.-iid,,rf Is-Ji, ( aiiielina 1823 bv Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 17901 — 

11 111 isij ..r^(li-i iNi; (r,;izz:inl 17s7 1 -Maiden Is'oi by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

\V. '< T):i;i :;-s ..f I'licii,,i:,r,M,n 17sii dlr-rocl 17."8). 



ITramp or] 
AV averley, 
br. h., 1817. 
Daughter of, 
gr. m., 1821. 



Selim. 
ch. b., 1802. 



Partisan, 
b. h., 1811. 



Pauline, 
3. m., 18.6. 



Wliali bone IstH) ( Waxy 17110) -Margaretta 1802 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (HiL-hflyer 17741- 

Dau. 1792 ol' Highflyer 1774 (Heiod 17581— Nutcracker 17;;7 by Matcheni 1748 (Cade 

1734) - Miss Starling "17.50 by Stnrling 1727 (Bay Bolton 170S). 
Comus 1809 (Sorcerer 1796)— Marc'ana 1809 by Stamford 17;;4 (Sir Peter T. 1 :84') -Marcia 

1797 bv Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Faith 1779 by Pacolet 1703 (Blank 1740) - 

.\talanta 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17341. 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)-Dau. of .\lcxander 1782 (Eclipse 1761)— Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- Dan. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)- Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 17.56 (Sampson 174.3). 

Haphazard 1797 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Princess 1793 by Precipitate* 1787 (Mercury 1778) - 
Colibri 1793 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod ]758)-C'amilla 1778 by Trenthara 'l7b6 (T. 
S weepstakes l'7J3l— Coquette 1705 by Compton Barb. 



52 W 
b5 



Flenipoten- 

tiarv, 
ch. h., 1831. 



Sulfcin, 
b. h., 1816. 



_• 2j-' Trampoline, 
X -_ -■ ch. m., 18r). 



Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 17841— Parasol 1800 hv Pot-8.o-'s 1778 (Eclipse 17i'4)— Prunella 
1783 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1708 by Snap 17.50 (Snip ]73-j)-Ju]ia 
1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17-24). 

Moses 1819 ([Whiilehone or] Sevmuur ls07)- (Jiiaarilk- 1815 bv Selim lSii2 r Buzzard* 

1787)-C:n..iiv j;:'.| |-:l,i l,v (\\ lii^l,i-v "ii ^-■- r-r I,'' >liii;: 'l.^i >:-i ,' ivvl797 

by Cori I-. 'I - !' ,'.s.,,'-'- i7;';i Mi^^ i . . - I ,1. 1 1'. :| . I i: ■ : i ' ■ ■''^'_ 
Emilius 1^-. ' ■ -. ' . . ■ llic'i i,.i, is;:i ii ' , . i ■ ..i , i -. i i ' .■-:■.' of 

Selim IS rj i;,, vi i ;<; ,— I'invliiui I^k; i-. s ; 1 r'.i r i ; -1 > Ili.liil > i i ,7 i -Rally 

17l!0 by TriiiiipatDr 17s2 (Conductor 17i;;). 
Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 1791)-Gift 1818 bv Y. Gohanna 1810 (Gohanna 179a)-Dan. 1802 

of Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1771)— Dan. 1788 of Tmmpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— 

_Sist^l774 t o Postmaster by Herod 17.';8 (Tartar 17431 . 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-^Bacch:inte 1,809 bv W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17841- Dan. 

1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1713)— Folly 1771 

by Marske 1750 (Squirt ns-Z). 
Tramp 1810 IDick Andr.'ws iTii7i—W,h IsoSbvWaxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 17731— Perelope 



bv Tn 
-Pr . 



117)— Pnineila 1788 by Highflver 1774 (Herod 
i 17361. 



|M~1 



•12 of Or\-ille 1799 rBeningbrough 1791)— Miss 
ud 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 1708 (Blank 1740)— 



Bert rand, 
b. h., 1821. 



5^' Daughter of. 
5 -■ ch. m., 180-1. 



^Blacklick lsl4(Wliilel..ck . .;. I>: ,. 
I Griuistone 17.10 by Wea/.le i;;o ill'i 

Dau. of Damasc. Ar. 1754. 
Trumpator 1823 (Sir Solomon 1805)— Lucy 1821 bv Orphan 1810 (Ball's Florizel 18011- 
I Ladv Grev 1817 bv Robin Grey 1805 ('Royalist 1790)-Maria 1802 bv Melzar 1791 

I (*Me dley I77.i)- Da n. of 'High fl yer 17S4 iHighllyer 1774). 

Sir .\rcbv 18!15 ('Diomed 17,7i— Eliza 1804 bv *Betllord 1792 (Dungannon 17801-*Mam- 

brina 1785 by Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 1750)— Sist. to Sally bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 
I 1724)— Dau. of Ward 1731 (Crab 1722). 
'Buzzard 17K7 (Woo.lpccker 17731— The Fann bv Craig's Alfred ( 'Medlev 1776)— 

Siiepberdess bv Wonnslev's King Herod ('Fearnought i75.>)— Dau. of ■ Traveler 1747 

(Partmr Ills)— Dan. of 'Whittin gton (Cnllen Ar.) 
MenrI 



^■\A \i A} ..i' " n./.a 1796 iBoxcr 17'.i0)— Dan. of 'Pensacola [a Spanish horse]-Dau. of 'Whitting- 
« lid Medley,, („„ (Cullen Ar.)— Dau. of Lindsay's Ar.-Dau. of *Fearnought 1755 (Regulus 1739) 

an. of Ranger. 

■d 1777)— Lady CTiesteriield b. m. 1801 bv 'Diomed 1777 (Florizel 

oke b. m. bv 'Pantaloon 1778 (Herod 17.58)— Cades by Wormsley's 

King Herod ( Fea'ruought 17.5.5)— Primrose b. m. 1764 by *Dove 1750 (Y. Cade 1747)— 

— Tusker's Stella b m. U^H bv 'Othello (Crab 1722)- 'Relima b. m. 1740 by God. At. 

172'— Large Hartley mare ch. m, 1729 bv Hirtley's Blind Horse (Holdernoss Turk!- Flying Whigg 1115 by William's 
Woodstock Ar— Points by St. Victor Barb— Grey \\'hvnot by Old Wlivnot (Fenwick Barb)— Royal mare. 



gr. h., 

■id ' Daughter of iSi^Archy 1805 ("D: 

O • 1, iT, is->i ]7(»l-LadyB..lingbrokeb. 



Tlic Breeders' Hand Boal; and Guide. 



HANOVER.— Continued. 

Morris Park, ran second, 119 lbs., to Senorita (3), 106 lbs., in New Roehelle Stakes, 1,^ 
miles, in 2.03, Taragon and Racelaiid behind him ; ran tliird to Racelaiid (4), 120 lbs., 
Firenzi (,5), 125 lbs., Hanover (.5), 126 lbs., in N. Y. .Jockey Club Handicap, li miles, 
ill 2.09J, tell iithrrs l)('hiud him; ran second to Teiuiy (3i, 115 lbs., Hanover (5), 122 
lbs., in Elcrti ii Slakes, | of a mile, in 1.12, seven others behind him : won the Express 
Stakes, 7 liulcmns, 129 lbs., in 1.29, Defaulter (4), 115 lbs., and four others behind him; 
ran second to Volunteer II., each (5) 122 lbs., in Sweepstakes, ."it furlongs, in ].06*. with 
five others behind him. This closed his turf c-inM^r, IiuvItii;- won in purses and stakes 
.f 118,000. Hanover traces back to imp. Selima liy tb<> Oodolidiin Arabian, thence to a 
Royal mare, to which trace in direct female line Blank, Babraham, Gower Stallion, 
Merliu (by Second), Hornsea, Rattle. Amsterdam Jerry. .Jacques, Tenraway, Foxhall. 
Monday, Harvester, etc. He has a double cross of Gleucoe, both fi'om Vandal, and 
should succeed in the stud. 



HARRY OTALLON. 

AjjjjUcation to L. B. Fields d' Bro., Fields Place, Lexington, Kij. 

Harry O'Fallon by imp. Australian, bred by James O'Fallon, St. Louis, Mo., 
foaled 1869, dam imp. Sunny South, dam of Ozark by Irish Birdcatcher, sou of Sir 
Hercules, second dam Equal by The Cure, out of Equation, the dam of Dioph.antus, 
Archimedes, Artesian, etc. by Emilius. Australian is in this volume. Sunny South, 
Harry's dam, was the dam of the good race-horse Ozark and others, she by the great 
Birdcatcher, sire of The Baron, who got Stock well and Rataplan. Birdcatcher sired 
Habena and Manganese, winners of the 1,000 Guineas, Songstress, winner of the Oaks, 
Daniel O'Rourke, winner of the Derby, The Baron, Knight of St. George and Warlock, 
winners of the St. Jjeger, Chanticleer, Early Bird, Saunterer, Exact and other good 
race-horses. The Cure, sire of his grandam, was a finerace-hor.se ; he won the Cham- 
pagne Stakes at Doncaster, the Dee Stakes at Chester, the Suffolk Stakes at New- 
market, the North Derby Stakes, and was second to Faugh-a-Ballagh in the St. Leger, 
1844. He sired Little Agnes, Dictator and others. Harry's great grandam was the 
<lam of Exact, Diophantus, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, and others. Maria, his fourth 
dam, was the dam of Euclid, who was third in the Derby and ran a dead heat with 
Charles XII. for the St. Leger, Extempore, winner of the 1,000 Giiineas, and other 
good ones. Harry O'Fallon ran onlv two races, when out of condition, and was un- 
placed. There is no more stoutly-bred horse in America than Harry O'Fallon. He 
has double crosses of Whalebone and Whisker, the famous sons of Waxy, and double 
(■rosses of the speedy Emilius, and a cross of Touchstone, with any inimber to Eclipse 
and Herod through his collateral branches. Harry has sired a fair number of good 
hors(.>s which have been trained, and they have all run ereditabl.v ; amongst them, 
Krupp Gun, Sam Ecker, Expectation, Harry Doswell, Jack of Spades and John Davis, 
the latter a winner of the Citizens' Plate, IJ miles, ,at St. Louis, 104 lbs., in 3.06J, IJ 
miles, in 2.11, the Garden City Cup, at Chicago, 2J miles, in 4.30i, track very muddy, 
1 mile and 500 yards, 112 lbs., in 2.13}, Northwestern Stakes, at Chicago, 117 lbs., in 
3.06i, and the October Handicap, 111 lbs., in 2.09, and the winners Carrie, Harvanl, 
Hiram Wood, Jack Cocks. O'Fellus, Revoke, Chandler, Kleystoue, Marion C, Miss 
Flood, Ofalcee, Owen Golden, Walker, The Deacon, McDonald, Reviviil, Heron, 
Harry Weldon, Carrie A., Callie, Kosciusko K., Santa Lena, Leadville, Tristram, Split 
Silk, Abnizo, Bob Toombs, Cup Bearer, Little Annie, Shiloh, Torrent, Powers, Dud 
Hughes. Tom Jolies, Terra Cotta, one of the cracks of bis year, with many others. 
Harry is inbred to Waxy through Wbalebnni' and Whisker, both Derby winners, and 
has many crosses to Eclipse, Herod and Matcbem. Few stallions that ever lived have 
done as well with his chances. He traces in direct female line to the same Royal 
mare to which Orooiu)ko, imp. Saltram, Beningbrougli, Williamson's Ditto, Cother- 
Ktone. West .\ustialian, Walton, Wild Dayrcll, Parmesan, Diopliantus, Orest, Caterer, 
Loi-.l Rc.iKilil, IslniMi'l, Wisildiji, Tlic .Miser, Saxifrage, vU-., tr:ii-e. 



Trumpator ITbi- Conductor iriiT— Matcliem 174*— Cade 1734— Godolphin Arabian 1741. 



§3 

Ho 



^J 



[SorcL'rer niili iTrumpator nn-it -Ep^^om Lass ISOl by Sir PeterT. irm (Higliilver 17V-)i - 
Alesiua 17SS liy Kiug Fergus irr.i (.Eclipse i7W)-Lar.lella irno I'y Y. Marske 17T1 



(Marskf 1750) 

Cliukci- 18 15 (Sir Pell 

bv Taiitniiii irmi i 

; ui-Rr^-iil i- i: ::i i:. 



.Cade 1747 (Cade 1734,, 

■ T. 17f+4i -Pewet 17tW by Taiidein 1 

■ippK- 17:01 -Cantairice by Sampso 

I Ac. 17.!4l. 



Wllale 



-e I7.li--Eveliual791 by Highflyer 1774 tHerod 1738)— Terma- 
Ciipiile 1750)— Cautatrice by Sampsou 1745 (Blaze 1733)— Dau. 

^.d, Ar. 1734'. 

( ;,'iii Dau, IslOof Pavnatnr HHl (Trumpator 17821 -Circle 
^' lliuhilver 1774) Aidjjail 1788 by Wo(nip(.'Cker 1773 (Herod 

I.. ,'.- l,.';l iMar-ke rr,-,0); 

1 M-' of Seliin 1«02 (Buzzard ■ 17871-Maiden 1801 by 
4) Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758J— 



iLIi-Ktiy 



Banter, 
br. m., isaii. 



Whisker, 
b. h., 1812. 

a|Gib8ideFairc 
j="i b. m., 1811.' 



I'cter 
Matron 17.-'3 by Floii 

Master Henrv Isl,'. Ociillc 17;iii) INxclicei 1,807 by Alexander 1783 (Eclipse 17Ci4)-Bni- 
nette by Aiuuiaiiilai- ITiiti (Uld England 1741i -M.iyflv 1771 by Matchein 1748 (Cade 

1734(— Dau. 175.)j2.f Anc. Stai ling 1738 (S tarlin g 1727). " 

■ Waxy 1790lPot-S-()-'8 1773) -Penelope 17S)8 by Trumpator 178'3 (CoTidnctor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 1788 by Higiirtyer 1774 (llerod 17.i8)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- 



J(ilial756by Blank 1740 ( 

Heimes IT'M ( .Mercury 1 ; : s 

17!)1 by Su- Peter T. 1 Is I 

Duchess 1748 by Whil. IK. 



1,800 by Pipator 178ii (Imperator 177(ii— Beatrice 
li-Pvrrha 1771 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734i — 
Ar. 17^41. 



Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Hero;! 1T5S)- 
-Cautatrice by Sampson 1745(Blaze 1733i- 



Waxy. 
b. h., 1790. 



-~ ' [Selim or| 
>;x , Soothsayer, 
u rl ch. h., 18J8. 
S 3 Sprite, 
,''.= 1 ch. m,, 18J7. 



Beuingbrough 17.il iKiii.' i'e(^( 

Termagant by Tantrum 17t»0iOripple 17jOi- 

Dau. 1757 of Regnlus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i. 
Stainford 1794 (Sir Peter T. !784)-Dan. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780i— Grey 

Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant U~i (Otho 1700i— Dizzy 17.)7 by Blank 1740 (God Ar. 

17J4i -Dizzy 1741 'by Driver 1727 iWynn A r.i. 

Beningbrongh 1791 (King Fergus 1775)- Eliza 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1750- 

.\ugusta li'8l by Ecliiise 17(14 iMar^ke 17.5(1)— Hardwicke's dam by Herod 1758 (Tartar 

174S)-Nettlo 17l'i3 bv P.li.i/'i 171(1 (C,,,,!. Ar. 1?24). 
Hambletonian 17 i-3 iKiis ■ !'■ j - i ; ;.M— Rallj 1790 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

171)71 -Fancy 17,s0 bv II n 1 i : ■■ llerod 17.')8)— Dan. 1763 of Spectator 1749 (Crab 

17i3)— Hovaiia 17'>s'liv HI cik i; lii (..id. Ar. 17*4l. 



Pot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse iri)4( Maria 1777 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Lieette 1772 bv 
Snap 1750 (Snip 1736(— Miss Windsor 1754 by God. Ar. 1734— Sist. to Volunteer by 
Y. Belgrade (Belgrade Turk). 

Trumpator 17.^2 (Conductor 1767)-PrnneUa 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.5Si — 
Promise !7()8 bv Snap 175) (Snip I73.ii-Julia 1758 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— 
Spectator's d a m' 17.35 by Partner 1718 (Jiggi. 

Sorcerer 1791 (Trumpator 1782) -Golden Locks 1793 bv Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Violet 1787 by Shark* 1771 (Marske 17.501—0311. 1778" of Syphon 1750 (S<iuirt 1732) — 
Charlotte 17.">6 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Bobtail 1795 (Precipitate* 1787i— Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Ca- 
milla 1778 by Treniham 176« (T Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb— 
Sist. 1743 t(i Regulns bv God. Ar. 1724. 



b h., 17911. 




',,t-s o-'s i; :;! , Eclipse 17M'\ Maria 1777 bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Lisette 1772 by 
Snap 17.M siiin ir.lii(-Mi-s Windsor 1734 bv God. Ar. 1724— Dau. of Y. Belgrade 
(HelgradeTnrki 

Penpinno Trumpator Us; (Conductor 1767) -Prunella 17,SS by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.)8i-Prom- 
h m l-.)! I 'se l"'* liy Snap IJoO (Snip 173 il-Jnlia 173B l)y Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724i-Specta- 
' I tor's dam 17.35 by Partner 171s (.Jiggi. 

Gohanna 17:k) (Mercury 177h) Catherine 171!5 by Wondpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)-Ca- 

milla 1778 bv Trentham 1761) iT. Sweepstakes 1743i— Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb. 

—Sist. 1743 to Regnlus by God, Ar. 1724. 

Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)- Rival 180) bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774 1— Hornet 

17!)0by Drone 1777 (ller.id I7."i8i-Manilla 1777 by Gold finder 1764 (Snap 1750)— Dau. 

. 17241. ^__ 

Rosebud 176 



1766 of Old E) 



Dan. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17 
.- Belsea 1753 by Regnlus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of 
. 1(991. 

of Gamahoe (Bustard 1741i— Patty bv Tim 1732 (Squirt 
17.32)-Miss Patch 1737 by Justice 1725 (H. C Litton Ar.)- Ringtail Galloway by Cur- 
wen Bav Barb. 

jmm.idnie K'l.s I Tom Tng 1777) - Moll in the Wad 1791 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 17581 

i ^ (, , rbriar 176!i iSyiihon 1750)— Black Susan 1763 by Snap 17.30 (Snip 

II, i::il (Oi.d. Ar, 1724). 

: ,, s Heroine 1775 bv Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 17C6 of Snai« 

1743 to Regnlus by God. Ar, 1724- Grey Robinson 1723 by Bald 



Woodpecker 1 
bv Snap 17.T 
Bartlett's CI 

Bagot 1780 (Hi 



-Shift ■ 



17."0 (Sij:ij 



Galloway (St. Victor Barb.) 



Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803) 
Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1 
Sweeiistak'-s 17'3 Ccquette 1' 

Prime Mini-',T (s o Sfnirii,, isoi 

Miss DiiiiniiiL-l si; l,v Sim 

Weazic i;,ii 11, r..,l i;5>,' Han 

Catton 18 « (C.i.liiminis IhUii- lie 
Fanny 1796 by Sir Peter T. Hfl 
176^) — Desdemona 1770 by Mar- 



Waterloo 1814 (Walto 
Giantess 1790 bv Dim 
17:e4i— Mollv Long Le 



17991- 



-Mandane 1800 by Pot-8-o-'s 1778 iEclii)se 1764) -Y. 

773 (Herod 17581- Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. 

-fir- liv Compton Barb. 

1 - :Mi-'s Paul 1811 by Sir Paul 1802 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 

till- i;<',i (Y. Marske 1771)— Miss Grimstone 179a by 

. lif Aucaner 176:^ (Blank 1740). 

-(leini.iia 1811 by Orville 17);9 (Beningbrongh 1791)— 

lli-bflveri;74i— Dau. 1788of Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 

e 173 I'tSiiuirt 1732). 

issida ls(i7 bv Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)- Y. 
i„n7,,l iriSi— Giantess 1769 bv Matchein 1748 (Cade 

) ila-n 1710 (Gort. Ar. 17241. 



Beningbrongh 1791 (Kin.- 1 n- 
Termagant bv Tantrniii i;i;i i r 
Dau. 1757 of Regulns 1739 iG<.d 

Stainfor,: 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1780 
Dorimant 1781 bv Dorimant 1 
17241— Dizzy 1741' by Driver 172' 



Ev.-lina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- 
1 1( 17.0)— (.'autatrice by Sampson 1745 i Blaze 17331— 
\r. 17-4). 

Uau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)-Grey 

772 (Otho 17601 -Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 

Wynn Ar.). 



Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773) -Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)-Prn- 
nella 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 iHerod 17.58)-Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
JuUa 17561)'yBlank'l740(God. Ar, 1724i. 

Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778) -Vicissitude b. m. 1800 by Pipator 1786 ilmiierator 1776)- 
Beatrice b. m. 179rby Sir PeterT. 1784 (Highflver 1774) -Pyrrlia b. m. 1771 by Match- 
em 1748 (Cade 17.34)- Duchess b. ni. 1748 bv Whitenose 1742 (God. Ar. 1724)-Mis9 
1729 by Y. Tr.ie Blu' 1718 (Honevivood .\r.)— Dau. of Oxford 



Dun Arabian -D'Arcy Blacklegged Royal mare 



172 Tlie Breeders^ ILuul Book and Guide. 



HIMYAR. 



WINNER OF THE BELLE MEADE STAKES FOR TWO-YEAR OLDS AT 
LOUISVILLE, BELLE MEADEl STAKES, No 1, AT NASHVILLE, 
PHCENIX HOTEL STAKES Al' LEXINGTON, THE MERCHANTS' AND 
TURF STAKES AT LOUISVILLE, KY., AND JANUARY STAKES AT ST. 
LOUIS. 

In. the Dixiana Stud, Maj. B. G.- Thomas, proprietor, near Lexington, Ki/. Bi/ 
private contract. Sales annnalli/ in 3Iay. 

HiMVAR by Alarm, sou of imp. Ecli|).so, lived and owned by Maj. B. G. Thonia.s, 
Dixiana Stud, Lexiu^tou, Ky . foaJed 1875, dam Hira by Lexiugtou, out of Hegira by 
imp. .Embassador. Himyar made his debut as a two-yeai' old at Lexington, Ky., iu 
the (Jolt and Filly Stakes, 5 furlongs, running third to Pomeroy, iu 1.04^. Won 
the Colt St.ikes, three-quarters of a mile, iu 1.16|, beating Blue Eyes, Leveler, etc. 
Fall, won the Colt and Filly Stakes, I mile, iu 1 ili, beating Leveler, Blue Eyes and 
live others. Louisville, won tlie Belle Meade .Stakest, hree- quarters of a mile, in 116^, 
beating Leveler and four others. Was third iu the Sanford Stakes to Blue Eyes and 
Day Star, 1 mile, iu 1.45. Himyar, three years old, .started in five races, wou three 
and was second in two. Nashville, May 4, wou Belle Meade Stake No. 1, 14 miles, 
iu 2.4:^. track heavy, beating Bergamot, Artful aud Gleuumre. Lexington Ky., .May 
16, wou Phienix Hotel Stakes, 1| miles, iu 3.224, track deep iu mud, beatiug MiHcuiy. 
J. R. Swinney aud Scdicitor. Louisville, Ky., May 21, r-au second to Day Star iu Ken- 
tucky Derby, IJ miles, iu 2.37J, the fastest Derby ever run to that date, beatiug 
Leveler, Solicitor, McHeury aud four others. St Louis, Juue 4, won January Stakes, 
mile heats, in 1.424, 1.43§, beating Leveler, Kate Claxton aud McHeury. Lexington, 
September 13, was second iu Elkhoru Stakes, 2 miles, iu 4.04^, wou by Cammie F., 
track very muddy. Four years old, started four times, wou all of his races. Lexing- 
ton, wou a dash of 1 mile iu 1.51f, track muddy, defeating a tield of four; walked 
over for Club Purse, 2 miles. Louisville, wou a Sweepstake for all ages, 1^ miles, 
beatiug Goodnight, Long Taw and four others, iu 1.56; wo-i Club Purse, 2 miles, iu 
3.35, beatiug Long Taw aud two others. At five years old started twelve times. 
Lexiugtou, Ky., was third to Mendelssohn and Verdict iu Sweepstake for all ages, IJ 
miles, in 2.08. Won Club Purse, mile heats, in 1.42i, 1.44i, beatiug Warfield, Victim 
aud four others. Louisville, was unplaced in Louisville Cup, 2i miles, iu 4.20i, won 
by Volturuo, track very nuuldy ; wou the Merchants' Stake, Ijr miles, iu 155^, 
beatiug Blue Eyes, One Dime and four others St. Louis, was second to L'Argentine, 
IJ miles, in 2.10^^ ; was unplaced in Citizens' Plate, 1^ miles, dead heat aud stakes divi- 
ded between Long Taw aud Blue Lodge, in l..'.5i Lexiugtou Fall Meeting, was third 
to Renown aud Montreal, 1 mile, in 1.4'Jf, track heavy ; was second to Renown iu 
Club I'urse, Ij miles, no time, five others behind him. Louisville, wou Turf Stakes, 
li miles, in 1.57i, beatiug Renown aud three others ; was second to Bowling Green 
iu Club Purse, li miles, in 2.42^, three others behind him; wou Club Purse, li miles, 
iu 1 .54|, ilefeating Montreal and Mattie Walker. Nashville, was beaten by .lim 
Malone iu Citizens' Stake, mile heats, in 1.46i, 1.47^, 1.53J, Himyar won first heat. 
Six years old, Lexington, Ky., was unplaced iu Club Purse, 1 mile, won by Patti iu 
1.44^. The family is a distinguished racing one. Hira, his dam, was a fine race- 
mare, Hegira, his graudam, had no equal for speed in her day. She ran 2 miles a! 
New Orleans, iu 18.50, in 3.34f, the fastest time made to that day. Mecca, her full 
sister, was also a fine race-mare. Flight, his great grandara, was a superior 
race-mare and dam of Oliver, a very distinguished race-horse, by Wagiuu', 
winner of thr<!e-mile heats iu 5.3-!}-, 5.38i. Shylock, Cicero, Pedlar, etc., all 
distinguished in their day, descended from the family. Himyar is a light bay 
with a long star and both hind feet white. H(^ has a neat, bony head, broad between 
the eyes, good neck, splendid, wcll-si^t, oblique shoulders, with abundance of 
muscle over the shoulder blade, great depth of girth, good body, but rather short 
ba(dc ribs, which makes his fiank look light, with broad, strong hips, immense stifle 
and second thigh, and the muscle running tapering to excellent hoeks, with sound 
feet and legs. Taking him altogether, he is a very tiue, well-shaped horse, with most 
wonderful muscular power behind. 

Himyar, as his high racing line.age warr.anted, is a success in the stud. He is the 
sire of the speedy Correction, Georgia, Farailay, a jiromiuent stake winner. Other 
winners (some of them extra good ones) by Hini.^ar are Estelle, Lou Dudley, Quesal 
(a superior mare), Johnnie Winkle, Greenwich (an excellent stake winner), Hamilton, 
Ji'Wel H., Helen, Fannie S , Miss Williams, Ella T., Lady -Mary, Henry Tyler, Wah 
.liiu. .Mackintosh, Reve d'Or. Mary 1)., Rosa H.. Rorka, Bush Bolt, Ilimlex, Ben's Pet, 
Dago, Th(^ Hero, Sir Edward, Lord Tom Himyar, The Iri>nmastcr, etc. 

From the Burton Barb mare descend in diicct fi'UKile line the good horses 
Whiskey, Sclim, C.istrel, i{ubens, Catton, Itlackbirk. Sir Hercules, Margrave (im- 
ported), Harkawny. \'oltigi-ur, Surplice, Cowl, Tcddiugtou, St AUians, Lord Clifden, 
Brag, Sheen, (!(dd, im|i. Billet, Major Domo, Defaulter, etc., etc. 



Waxy 1790— Pot-8o's 1773- Eclipse 17r4— Marske 1730— Sqnirt 1733— Bartlett'e Childers— Darley Ar. 



.§? PS br. 



Whulchone 18 I7 iWaxy IT'.Hii Dan. IHl-J c.f Seliiu isce iBuzzaid* irSii— Maidi'n 1801 by 
Sir Peler T. ITHl illishflver 1774i— Dau. i;8S of Pheuomeuon 1780 iHerod 1758)— 
Matron 1782 bv Florizel lifts lUerod 1758'. 

Master Henry 18"l5 a)iville ITHUi-Boadict-a 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764i Bru- 
nette by Amamnilius 17';'; lOld Eni.'land 1741i— Mayfly 1771 by Matcheiu 1748 .Cade 



1734)-I)( 



Seliin 1^0: 
1790 l.v 
Mollv'l, 

Bustard is 
1795 l)v . 



■il 177 



l.:is (Starling i:g7l. 



17^7) Dau 1^08 ol Waliun i;99 (Sir Peter T, 1784)— T. Giantess 

r Horizel 17ii8i— Giantngs 17(19 by Matcbem 1748 iC'ade 1781)— 

:. liv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724i. 

I iih- Olyuipia 1815 bv Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17841- Scotilla 

(Herod 17581— Sc;ota 1783 by Eclipse 1704 ^Martke 1730)- Harmony 



1775 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 17-;3). 

Selim 1BU2 (Buzzard* 1787)- Bacchante 1809 by Ws Ditto ISnO (sir Peter T. 17^1)- Dad. 

1791 ofMercury 177-( (Eclipse 1764) -Dau. 1770 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Folly 1771 

by Marske n&.i (Sqnirt l;32). 
Phantom 1S08 (Walton 17t9i— Filajn'ee 1815 by Soothsayer 1803 (Sorcerer 1796^— Web 

1808 by Waxy 179,) (Pot 8-o-'s 1773i— Peneloiie 1798 by Trumpator 1783 (Com uctor 

1767)-Prunella 1788 hy Hi^'hflyer 1774 iHerod 17;8). 



Partisan 1811 (Walton 1799 — Ridicule IKid Ijy Sliuttlc 1793 Y. Maiske 1771)— Dau. 1792 

of Dunganiiou 17nO (Eclipse 1704)— Letitia 1783 by Highflyer 1774 iHerod 17tB)-Dau. 

of Matchein 1748 (Cade 1784). 
Phantom 1« 8 (Walton 1799) -Filagree 1815 by Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 1796)- Web 

1808 bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1753) -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

17i'>7)-'Prnnella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758i. 

.Sir Hercules 1820 (Whalebone 18(i7i- Gdiccioli 1823 by Bob Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 

1787)- Flight 18(.9 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1793i— Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 

(Herod 17.58) -Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734'. 
Economist 1825 (Whisker 1812)-Mis8 Pratt 1625 by Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 18031— 

Gadabout 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbroiigh 1791i-Minstrel 1803 by Sir Peter T. 

1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Matron 17^2 by Florizel 176.S i Herod 1758i. 

Sultan 1810 (Selini ls02i- Trampoline 182j by Tramp 18i0 iDick Andrews 1797)- Web 

18C8by Waxy 1790 (Pot-So-'s 1773'— Penelope 17'.8 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

17671— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58i. 
Muley 1810 (Orville 1799i— Clare 1821 by Marmion 1S0« ( Whiskey 1789i-Harpalice 1814 

by Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778i- Amazon 1799 by Dri\er i;&3 (Treniham 1766)— 

Fractious 1792 by Mercui-y 1778 (Eclipse 1764). 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrevvs 179.) - Dau. 1822 of \\ hisker 1M2 (Waxy 1790i ^ Mandane 
1800 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)-Y. Camilla 17s7 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 
1758)-Caniilla 1778 by Trentnam 1766 (T. Syveepstakes 17431. 

Bustard IMl iBuzzarJ'* 1787)— Dau. 1813 of Election 1804 (Gohanna 17P0i-Dau. 1791 of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.581— Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Rosebud 1765 
by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 

Blacklock 1S14 (Whitelock 18 3) Dau. 1817 of Juniper 1803 (Whiskey 1789)— Dau. 1810 
of Sorcerer 179ri (Trumijator 17S2i- Virgin 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 17741- 
Dau. 1794 of Pot-8-o- s 1773 'Eclip<c 1764'. 

Cerberus ISO-' (Gohanna 17'.'0i -Miss Crantield IsttB by SirPelerT. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)- 
Dau. 179 1 of Pegasus 1784 lEclipse 1-.641— Dau. 1783 of Paymaster 1760 (Blank 1740)— 
Pomona 1773 by Hnrod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 



' o'S Sir Archy, 
I §5 b. h., 180.3. 



_?5 §•=. I Daughter of, 



Ball's 

Florizel. 

cb. b.. 1801. 



"Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— 'Cast ianira 17% by Rockingham I7'<1 (Highflyer 17T4)— 

Tabitha 178: by Tientham 1766 iT. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 

(Balraham 1T4(I)— Dau. of Forester 17.50 (Forester 17.36). 
'Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. of Symmes' Wildair 1767 (*Feamonght 1735)— Dau. 

of Tyler's Driver 1760 ('Othello)— Dau. of ^Fallower 1761 (Blank 174(.)— Dan. of 

''Vamiiire 17 7 (Regulus 1739). 



*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 17681— Dau. of *Shark 1771 (Marske 175'.ii— Dan. of Harris' 

Eclipse 177'i (-'Fearnought 1755)— Pau. of 'Fearnought 1735 (Regnlus 1739)— Dau. of 

*.Jollv Roger 1711 (Roundhead 173.3). 

*Aldeiman 1787 (P(.t--'-o.'s 1773)-Dau. of *CIockfast 1774 (Gimcrack 1760)— Dan. of 

Svmmes' Wildair 1767 ('Fearnought 1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by »Fearnought 1755 

(Regnlu s I7:t''i- Kitiy Fi-h. r 1755 by Cade 1734 ((^od Ar. 1724). 

I" EmUy 1810 by Stamford 17;i4 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
i^aitram'*' 1780)— Grev Dorimaut 1781 by Dorimant 1772 
r.: .ilk 1740 (God Ar. 1724). 

:^'Si— Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 
imiigh 179| (King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Mam- 



Orville i;',i: 
I Dau . 1 : 

(Otho I : 
TheFlMT 

1778)~M 



I brino 176s (Engineer 175 f- Cricket 1776 by llerod~1758 (Tartar 1743). 



Lady Grey, 
b. m., 1817. 



Sir Arch 
Dau. r 
17:«)- 

Eobin (. 

1 'Highi 

i Ariel 1 



1805 (Diomed 17 



of "Robin Redbteast 1796 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 
(Eclipse 1764)— Slamerkin 1768 by *Wildair 1753 (Cade 
, 1 7311 (Fox 1714). 

I'— Maria 1802 bv Melzar 1791 (*Medlev 1776)- -Dau. of 
1 1- Dau of "Fearnought 1755 (Regulus 1739)— Dau. of 



Bmilius, 
b. h., 1820. 



Orville 1719 (Beuingbrouuh 1, ail-Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 

Dan. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 iSaltram* 17801- Grey Dcrimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 

(Otho 17i:oi— Dizzy ir.7 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17i4). 

IPericles 18 9 lEvander 18ni)-Dau. 1812 of Selim ISO-' (Buzzard* 1787i-Pipvlinn 1803 by 

sirPeierT. 1781 .Highflyer 17741— Rally 1790 by Tinmpalor 1782 (Conductor 1707)- 

Fancy 17Wi by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.5S1. 

'waxv 1710 il'ot--'-(i-"s 177:5)- Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 17i;7)-Pra- 

nefla 17ss bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175s)-Promise 1768 bv Snap 1760 (Snip 173j)— 

Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 (God. .\r. 17211. 

Hornsea's Cerberus 1802 i Gohanna 1790) -Miss Cranfield 1803 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

dam, 17741— Dau. 179ii of Pegasus 1784 (Eclipse 1761)-Dau. 1788 of Paymaster 1766 (Blank 

b. m ., 1820. nil)- Pomona 1773 bv Herod 17.'8 (Tartar 1743 



Mnley, 
b. h., 1810. 



r g ' Lady of the 
j ■ , Lake, 

i^l b. m.. 1K12. 



Orville 1799 (BeningVrough 1791)— Eleanor 17V8 bv Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 17)0i— Y. 

Giantess 1790 bv Diomed - 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 17ti9 bv Matchem 1748 iCade 

17341— Mollv Lr'mg Legs 17.-3 by Babraham 1740 (Gcd. Ar. 1724). 
Windle 1801 .Benin-bruugh 1791)-Daii. 1788 of Andl 1777 (Herod 17.;8)-Virago 1764 

bvSnap K.'id (Sni|, 173 .) -Dau. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i— Siet. 17.30 to Othello 

by Crafi 1722 (Alccck Ar.). 



Sir Archv ls()5 ( 'Diomed 1777i— Dau. c 
taiion (Svmmes' Wildair 1767i— Dau 
by *Shark 1771 (Marske 1750 



f *Ci 



1785 iPacoIet nOl-Dau. of Commu- 
Dare Devil 1787 (Magnet 17701- Sally Shark 



ch. m. by Croft's Bay Barb .('hill 
mer (D'Arcy Yellow Turk) -Dau. 



*Sir Harry 1795 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Shvlock's dam by *Diomed 1777 (Florizel 17681— 
Dau. of 'St. George 1771 (Dragon 17.37)— Dau. of 'Fearnought 1753 iReguIus 1739)— 
Daii. of *Jollv Roger 1741 (Roundhead 1733i— *Marv Grey gr. m. 1742 bv Roundhead 
1731 (Fl. Childers 1713)— Ringbone 1732 bv Partiicr 1718 (Jiggi— Lustv Thornton 

ibv'-Cheslnut Thornton ch. m. by Makeless (Oglethorpe Ar.)— Old Thornton by Brim- 

of Dicky Pierson (Dodsyvorth)- Burton Barb mare. 



The Breeders' Hand Booh and Guide. 



HINDOO. 



WIXXEK OF SEVEX OUT OF XIXE STAKES AT TWO YEARS OLD, WIXXER 
OF THE KENTUCKY DERBY AXD CLARK STAKES AT LOUISVILLE, 
BLUE RIBBOX STAKES AT LEXINGTOX, TIDAL STAKES AXD COXEY 
ISLAXD DERBY AT SHEEl'SHEAD BAY, OCEAN STAKES, JERSEY 
DERBY AXD LORILLARD STAKES AT LOXG BRAXCH, THE TRAVERS 
AXD KEXXER STAKES AT SARATOGA, ALL IN 1881; LOUISVILLE 
CUP AND TURF STAKES AXD CONEY ISLAXD CUP, 1882. 

Properh/ of the Eiinni/inede Sfiid, near Paris, Ey. Application to Messrs. 
Clay <£• Woodford, Paris, Ky. Annnid sales of yearlings in May. 

HiXDoo liy Virgil, son of Vandal, lued liy D. Swigert, Elmendorf Stud, Ky., 
foaled 1.S78, dam Florence by Lexington, son of Boston, out of imp. Weatlierwiteh, 
dam of Little .Mack and Mollie C.-ul by Weatherbit, sou of Sheet Anchor. Hindoo was 
tlie sensation two-year old of his year, started in nine races, won seven, was second in 
one, third in oue. Hindoo, at Lexington, Ky., won the Colt and Filly .Stuk<'s for 
two-year olds, three-quarters of ;i mile, in i.l7i, beating Alfarabra, Brambaletta 
and seven others. Louisville, Ky., won Alexander Stakes, half a mile, in 50 seconds, 
beating Banter, .Maretzek and eight others; won the Tennessee Stakes for two-vear 
olds, three-quarters of a mile, in 1.16, beating Brambaletta, Ripple, Bootjack and' live 
others. St. Louis, won the .Juvenile Stakes lor two-year obis, three-quarters of a 
mile, in 1 17i, beating Voltague aud six others ; won the .Tockcv ClnU Stakes for two- 
year olds, 1 mile, in l.-t-t, beating Lelex, Voltague and Enniskilb-n, a l;ist and good race. 
Chicago, won the Criterion Stakes for two-year olds, three-(in.irtcrs of a mile, in 1.1.5, 
beating Ripide. Greenland and three others. This was the fastest three quarters ever 
run by a two-year old to that date. Won the Tremont Hotel Stakes for two- 
year olds, 1 mile, in 1.48, beating Lizzie S., Ripple and Moses. In all these races, 
except the Tciiiicssi c Stakes, he carried 100 lbs., in the Tennessee. 10,> lbs. Saratoga, 
ran tliinl to (ri.laii.'r. and Bonnie Lizzie in the Windsor Hotel Stakes for two-year 
olils 5 furliiiifis. Ill Lu'i. track heavy, beating Thora and four otlieis ; ran sei-cmd to 
Thora in the Day Boat Liue Stakes, three-quarters of a mile, in l.lTi-, beating Bonnie 
Lizzie and three others. In these races he carried 110 lbs. He had just changed 
hands and did not run up to his previous form. 

Three years old, won eighteen out of twenty races. Lexington, Ky., won Blue 
Ribbon Stakes, 1* miles, in i 38. beating Getaway, Bend'or, Creosote aud four others. 
Louisville, Ky., won Kentucky Derby, li miles, in 2.10, beating Lelex, Alfambra and 
three others; won Clark Strikes, I'i uiiles, in 2.10|, beating Alfambra, Boot.jaok, 
Bend'or aud Sligo. .Jerome Park, won a dash of 1 mile and a furlong, in 2.02^, i)eat- 
ing Sir Hugh, .Jack of Hearts aud Rob Roy ; won a dash of 1 mile and 3 furlongs, in 
2.31, track heavy. Sheepsheail Bay, wtm tidal Stakes, 1 mile, in 1.43J-, beating Crick- 
more anil Saunterer; won the Coney Island Derby, l.j miles, in 2.47i, beating Baltic. 
Monmouth Park, won Ocean Stakes for all ages, 1 unle aud a furlong, in 1..57, beating 
Monitor, (ilidelia, etc. ; won Lorillard Stakes. U miles, in 2.3!)}., beating Crickmore 
and Saunterer; walked over for a Sweepstakes of §1,000 each, with s2.ii(M) addcil. 
■Saratoga, won the Travers Stakes, 1| miles, in 3.074, beating Eole. (iet.iway and Com- 
pensation; won Se(|uel Stakes, IJmiles, iu 3.21, track heavy. Intliisrace jliudoo car- 
ried 123 lbs., including a penalty of five pounds, ami beat Greenland and Valentino : 
won Uuit('il States Hotel Slakes, U miles, iu2 30, beating Crickmore, Bonfire and Olad- 
iola; won Kenncr Stakes, ''miles, in 3.32, a fast race. Monmouth P.irk, won Champion 
Stakes for all ages, 14 miles, in 2.39, beating Mmiitor aud Parole ; won .Jersey St. Leger. 
1| miles, iu 3.18, carrying 123 lbs., beating Bona Fide. Sheepshead Bay, won race of 
mile heats, in 1.42i-, 1.45i, beating Sir Hugh ; won a dash of a mile, in' 1.4-2. beating 
Sir Hugh an<l Edeudary ; was seiond iu the Brighton Beach Purse, li miles, won by 
Crickmore. in 2. 36t ; was tliir.l in the 8epteml>er Hamlicap, 1} miles, won by Crick- 
more, in 3.03, Hindoo carrying 123 lbs. 

As a four-year old won five rai es out of six. Louisville, Ky., won Louisville Cup. 
2} miles, in 3.07.^, lieatiug Checkmate, (ilidelia, Liila Stanhope and Blazes. Won 
Merchants' Stakes for all ages, 1 mile .iiid a furlong, in 1..59.V, '>oating Checkmate. 
Kunnymede and Creosote; won Turf Staki-s, 1| miles, in 2.08*, carrving 122 lbs.. 
ljo.ating Ch.'ckmate (aged), 123 lbs., aud Creosote (4), 114 lbs." Sli('ei>shead, won 
(^oney Island Stakes for three-year olds and upwards, 1 mile and a furlong, iu l..i7}, 
Barr(^tt tlui (>nly starter; won Coney Island Cnp, ^\ miles, iu 3. .58, beating Eide and 
Parole. This was the best race run at the distance during the year, and compares 
favorably with similar races. There is no question but that Hindoo was the best 
tOoiitiiiUi'd on pifje 176.) 



El- ^j 




Woodpecker 1T73— Herod 1758— Tartar 1743— Partner 1718— Jk'g-Byerly Tark, about 1085. 

Buzzard 1787 ('.Vciodpecker 17r3)-D:m. of Alexander 17H-' lEclipee n64i-Dau. of Iligh- 
jno I tlver 1774 i Herod irSH) -Dau. of Allied 1770 (Matcheml748i-Dau. 1770 of En^'ineti- 
^" I l,5o iSampsoli 17451. 

,„ ,W8 Ditto isoo iSir Peter T. 1781)-Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1773 (Eclipse ITfrtWDaii. 1176 
of Herod ITSSiTartar 174i) Folly 1771 by Mareke 1730 (Squirt 1732)-Vixen 1753 by 

Kevins I7S1 (< ;otr Ar, nai). 

Dick Alid r.\ ; 1 , 7 J-"' Andreive n78i-L)au. 180d of Gohauna 171)0 (Mercury 1778)— 
Fraxir r .iitham 176J iT. Sweepstakes 1743) — Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 

1^73 ill' 1. .rlasling 1775 by Eclipse 17&4(Mar8ke 17501. 

Wasy 1,'t'i I :'. i- . ~ 1. ,3) Peuelope 179S by Trumpittor 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 1,^ . rn liiuiulver 1774 (Elerod 175s)— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17-36)— 

Julia l',5J by Blank 1,40 (God. Ar. 17.'4i. 

WhitelocK \sxi (Uambletonlan 179,:)-Bau. 17J9 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-s-o-V 177S)— 

Wildgoose V,9i by Uii.'miyer 1774 (Herod 175S)— Coheiress 1786 by Pot-B-o-'s 1773 

(Eclipse 17i4)-Mauilla 1777 by Goldfinder 17C4 (Snap 17.50). 

Orville li9) (Beniiigbroiif;h 17ai)-Miss (irimstone 17i!6 by Weazle 1776 (Herod 17.58)— 

I Daii. of AncJister 1768 (Blank 174(!)-Dau. of Damascus Ar. 17C4— Dan. of Sampson 

1745 (Blaze 17:i3). 

'Sir Solomon IfOi ('Tickle Toby 17K6(-Dau. of Hickory 1804 (*Whip n94')—*Tium- 
petta 1797 by lYumuator 1782 (Conducior 17671- Sist. n86 to Lambinos by Highflyer 
', n74 (Herod 175 -) -Uau. 1775 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750). 

Orphan 1810 (Ball's Florizel ISOIi- Lady Grey 1817 by Robin Grey 18C5 (•Eovalist 
17HJi-Maria 1802 bv Melzar 17'.il (»Jledley 17;C)-Dau. of *Highflyer 1184 (Highflyer 

1774 )-Daii. of Fearnouybt 175.5 (Regulus 17.39 ). 

"lOrville 1799 (Beningbrouah 1791)— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 17841— 
Dau. 17ii9of Whiskey 1789 (-Saltram 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 

, I ,otho 17t,-0)-Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. At. 1724). 

cp_ TLTp... Scud 18)4 (Beningbrough 17iili— Goosander 1805 by Hambletonian 1792 (King Fergus 
h m I8i4 i 17751— Kally n9J by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767:— Fancy 1780 bv Florizel 1768 

' ' (Herod 1758) -Dau. 1703 of Spectator 1749 (Crab 1722). 

I Tramn Dick Andrews li97 i Joe Andrews 1778i-Dau. 18!'3 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778) — 
h h liii I Fraxinella]7!)3by Trentham 1768 (T. Sweepstakes 17-.3)-Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
u. u., loiJ. ,»-^ (Herod 17.:8) -Everlastins 1775 bv Eclipse 17(W (JIarske 17=0). 
nnno-htorof Sancho 18)1 (Don Quixote 17841- Blacklock's dam 1799 by Codander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'8 
iidu Qieroi, 1773) -Wildgoose 1502 by HiL'hflver 1174 (Herod 17S8)-Coheircss 1786 by Pot-8-o-'s 

en. m.. laiu. 17-j lEclipse 17K1)-Mauilla 1777 by Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 1730.. 

I M'.,ine •*™- Eclipse 1814 (DuToc 18iJ6i— Y. Maid of-the-Oaks 1817 bv 'Expedition 1795 ( Pegasus 

r.h h rx'iQ i 1781) -Maid-ot-lhe-Oaks 1801 by -Spread Eagle 1792 (Volunteer ]7f0)— Annette by 

en. n , i-.a. .ghark 1771 (Marske 1750)-Dan. of Kockingham (Partner 175.5). 

Grecian Cook's \\ hip J8tM (*Whip 1794)— Jane Hunt n9ii by Hampton's Paragon 1788 ('Flim- 

Frincess, ' nap 1765i— Moll bv *Figure ]?'57 (Figure I747|— Slamerkin 1768 bv *Wildair 1753 

b. m., 1816. (Cade 1734)-*Cub mare 1762 by Cub 1739 (Fox 1714). 

r..„,.,„ „-hit. *Whip 1794 (Saltram» 178n)-Speckleback 1790 by Randolph's Celer (Meade's Celer 
h h i«iij I 1774)-01d Specklehack by Meade's Celer 1774 l*Janus 1746)-Dau. of *SoberJo6n 
D. n., loirf. j,^ I jjjij i^jKi- Thoronshbred mare of Mr. Wade. 

^7 1 -Dau. 



S3 MaryBedford, 



18 :« of 
riuet 



»Diomed K77 (Florizel ncs)— 'Castianira 1706 by Kockingham 1781 (Higbflver 1774)— 
Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphoras 1754 
(Babraham 1740)— Dan. of Forester 17.:0 (Croft's Forester n36). 

*Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 17t>4)— Dau. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 ( Feamouirbt 1755)— Dan. 
of Tyler's Driver 1760 (*Othello)— Dan. of 'Fallower 1761 (Blank 174(.))— Dau. of 
'Yainpire 17.>7 (Regulus 173:11. 

*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 176e)-Dan. of 'Shark 1771 (Marske 1750(— Dau. of Harris' 
Eclipse 1770 (*Fearuought 1755)— Dau. of ^^Fearnoiight 1755 (Regulus 1739)— Dau. of 
*Jolly Roger 1741 (Roundhead 1733). 

* Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s ]773)-Dau. ofsCIockfasi 1774 (Gimcrack 1760)— Dan. of 
Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*Fearnought 1755)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by "'Fearnoiiglit 1755 
(Regulus 1739)— *Kitty Fisher 17.55 by Cade 17.34 (God Ar. 172)). 



Emilias, 
b. h., 1820 



Lottery, 
br. h., 1830. 



'lOrville 1799 (Beninghrongh 1791)-EmUy 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— 

Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 

(Otho 1709)- Dizzy 1757 bv Blank 1740 (God Ar. 1724). 
The Flyer 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)— Parma 1813 by Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 
I 1778)— May 1804 by Beningbrough li91 (King Fergus 1775)— Primrose 1787 by Mam- 

brin o 1763 (Eng ineer 175B)— Cricket 1776 by Herod 1758 (Tnrl;ir 1743). 

■ Sir Arcby 1805 (*Diomed 17771— Dau. of 'Robin Redlneast 1796 (Sir Peter T. 17f4)— 

Dau. 1788 of ♦Obscurity 1777 (Eclipse 1761)— Slamerkin 17t8 by 'Wildair 1753 (Cade 
t lVU)—'Cuh mare 1762 by Cub 1739 (Fox I7I4). 
Robin Grey 1805 C-Rovalist 1790)— Maria 1802 bv Melzar 1791 (*Medley 1776)- -Dan. of 

'Highflyer 17S4 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau of Fearnought 1755 (Kegulns 1739)— Dau. of 

Arie l 17'5 ; ('Traveller 1747X 

'Tramp IsKi (Dick Andn-ws 1797i-Man(lane 1800 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— 

T. Camiili 17-r bv \i.odpeck.r 17-,3 (Herod 1758)-Camilla 1778 bv Trentham 1766 

(T. Swe. pstak'^ 17 ( :i-C'nc]nette 17' 5 bv Compton Barb. 
Muley 1810 (Or\ iile IT'.i'.i) Miss Steph.-nson 1814 by [Scud or] Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 

1782)— Sist. 17'.)(i to Petworth by Precipitate* 1787 (Mercury 1778)— Dau. 1T87 of 

Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)- Dan. 1773 of Snap 17.'0 (Snip 1736). 

Emilinsl8'2n (Orville 1799)— Cressida 1807 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* ]7W)—T. Giantess 

1790 bv Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 

Molly Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1710 (God. Ar 17-24). 
Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Dau. 18(0 of Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)- 

Hornpipe 1793 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)- Luna 1779 bv Herod 1758 (Tartar 

1743) P roserpin e 1766 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732). 
' Whalebone 1SC7 (Waxy 1790)- Peri 1822 bv Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna 1790)- Tlialeslris 

1809 bv Alexander '1782 (Eclipse 1764)'— Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 

1774) -Hornet 1790 by Drone 1777 (Herod 1758). 
Bob Booby 1S(« (Chanticleer 1787i-Fli2ht 1809 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 

1793i—Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod ]758)-Heroine 1775 bv Hero 175:) (Cade 

17341-Dan. 1766 of Snap 1750 (Snip 173'i). 



Bruiandorf 18-21 (Blacklock 1814)— Primett 
Mi^s Paul 1811 by 8ir Paul 1802 (Sir Pen 
1793 (Y. Mar^-ki- 1771) Miss Grimslni.c 

Whaleb' 



• 1820 bv Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho 1801)— 
- T. 1784)-Miss Dnnnington 1807 by Shuttle 
7'.('i bv Weazle 1776 (Herod 17.5S(. 



( Bartlett's Childers 
ling's dam by Son 
Turk. 



lue 1^07 (Wasv 17!K)'-Dau. b. m. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard' 17871- Maiden 
1,801 bv Sir Peier T. 1784 iHighflver 1774)— Dan. ch. ra. 178^ of Phenomenon 
"_;111I_11H_ 1780 (Herod f7.'8) - Matron b. m 178'2 bv Fli.rizcl 17.8 illerod l^.'^-^) Maiden ch. m. 
■^~~~~~'~ 17^0 by Matchem 1748 (Carie 17S4)— Pratt's Old Squirt mare eh. m. 17.50 bv Squirt 1732 
(—Lot's dam bv Mogul (God. Ar. 17-24) ^ Camilla ch, m. 17-22 bv Biv Boltnn 1705. Grev Hautboy) -Star- 
of Brownlow "Turk- Old Lady by Pulleine's Cliestnut Ar.— Dan. of Rockvvood- Dau. of Helmsley 



17(3 The Breeders' HmuJ Bool- ami Guide. 

HINDOO— Continued. 

race-horse which has appeared in this country for more than a decade. It is doubtful 
if any horse in England could have beaten him in the great classic events, lluiduo 
:s a grandly bred hor.Me, his blood combining all the best strains in England and 
America. His sire is by the best sou of tileucoe, and he has a largo infiisiiin of 
Dionied blood through both sides, together with a double cross of imii. Buzzard, 
fortilied by the stout crosses Whalebone, Herod and Eclipse on the dam's side. 
Hindoo is a dark bay, 15 hands 3^ inches high, with large star in his forehead, right 
hind foot white to pastern. 

Hindoo is a grand success in the stud, sire of the great Hanover, Jim Gore, Merry 
Monarch, cue of the best two-year ohls of 1891. Hiudoocraft, Buddhist, Houston, 
Heathen, Chief Justice, Newburg, Moutpelier, Prosin-ct, Dungarven, AVar Plot, 
Woodford, Black Knight, Bowen, Hyacinth. Headlight, Cortland, Col. Zeb Ward, 
Hawkstoue, Heatherton, Brahmin, Bright Light, llemjistead, O. P. B., Hannibal, 
Indus, 8peth, Kehaina. Tar and Tartar, MoMt]ielier, Halcyon and Sir Curtis. Among 
his daughters are .'^allie JliClelland, ('atal]i.i, -M.ibcl Glenn, HindooRose, Hindoo Lass, 
Hindoogam, Hispania. Madcdiii. Nina Arclier, .Sallie Taylor, Hinda, Snnl)eam, Lady 
Hindoo, Lizzie 1',., Lillian Lindsav, Scrvia, Franchise, Lizzie C, Miss Thomas, 
Madumma, Dayliglit. Centella, Hanuali Moln-rly, Lizette, Matilda, Natalie, etc. 

It is to the lielmsley Turk mare to which trace in direct female line Old Star- 
ling, Pumpkin, Gohanna, Camel, The Baron, sire of Stoekwell and Rataplan, etc. 



INSPECTOR B. (ENVOLEUR). 

WINNER OF THE BELMONT, TIDAL, LORILLARD, TRAVERS, IROQUOIS 
AND OTHER GREAT STAKES. 

//(, the Belle Meade Stud, Gen. W. H. Juckstui, proprietor, Nnsheille, Tenn. 
Terms published aninudli). 

INSPECTOR B., bay horse, foaled 1883, bred in Belle Meade Stud, owned by Gen. 
W. H. Jackson, by Enquirer, son of ini)). Ijeamingtou, dam Colossa by Colossus, sou 
of imp. Sovereign, out of Rurica by Rnric, son of imp. Sovereign. 

Inspector B. is a very muscular animal, of the most symmetrical formation, hav- 
ing great length, good size, grand substance, and stauds on good short legs. His 
racing lines are as nearly perfect as pos.sible, and at the stud he should equal his 
first class performiinces on the turf. He commenced his career as a two-year old at 
Jerome Park, where he won a^ mile r.ace l)y two lengths, inO.SOJ, beating Dry Mono- 
))oh'. et<-. Kan third to Dew Drop and Dry Monopole. in a ^ mile r.ice at Sheepsheail 
15ay, beating six others ; won a J mile race, conceding weight to all his opponents, 
wliirh iiKlnded The Bard and five others. At Coney Island, he ran second to Dew 
Drop, in the Great Eastern Handicap, beating a field of nineteen ; ran second to The 
Bard in the Bon(|net Stakes. I mile, giving him 4 lbs., behind him were Ban Fox, 
Blue Wing, Pure Rye and eight others, nearly all in receipt of weight. At Coney 
Lsland, won a J mile Sweepstakes by a length, in 1.17, beating Biggouet, Winfred, 
Bessie B. and others. At Jerome Park he ran second to Dew Drop in the Champagne 
.Stakes, and wonnd up his two-year old season by winning a J mile Sweepstakes at 
the same place, carrying top weight. 

At three he won a Sweepstakes, li miles, with top weight, in 2.11 ; won the Bel-, 
niont Stakes, IJ miles, in 2.-11, beating The Bard, Lin<len, .Saxonj', etc.; wim the 
Tidal Stakes. 1 mile, in 1.46J, beating Biggouet, Quito, Portland, etc ; ran second to 
Ban Fox in the Coney Island Derby, lA miles, in 2.38J, beating Elkwood ; wou the 
Stud Stakes, IJ miles, in 2.23|, beating The Bar<l, Ban Fox and Bnfialo; wou the 
Lorillard Stakes, lA miles, in 2 10 ; won the Harvest Handicap, IJ miles, at the same 
j>lace, carrying top weight; wou the Travers Stakes, If miles, in 3.10^^; won the Iro- 
(|nois Stakes, 1 mile 500 yards, in 2.16|, and the United States Hotel Stakes, li 
miles, in 2. t2J. 

At five he won at li miles in 1.55J; a mile dash on the turf in 1.1.5}; 7 furlongs 
in 1.29. with top weight; was second to Bradlbnl, G I'lirlongs, in 1.1 IJ, giving the 
winner 4 lbs.; was second to Swift, It uiiles, in l..")U, giving the winner 9 lbs. 

At six he won the Brookdale llaudica]), IJ mib'.s. in 1..V), biMtiug Tea Tray, etc.; 
wou a l.'i; miles raie; won tlie Lawnview Handira]i. U niilis, in a canter, beating 
Eurus, etc.; won a li'i; inik' liandicap in 1 48i ; walked ovim- for a IJ miles race; won 
a .Sweepstakes, li^^i"'''^'*' beating Elkwood, Eurus, etc., in 2.0:{'. and won the Bay Ridge 
Handica)!, li miles, with 122 lbs. up, tinii' 2.:ri',, bi>a1ing Tea Tray. Terra Cotia, etc. 

Insjiector B. descends in ilireit feniah- line from the sann^ Roy.-il m.ari' to wliic-h 
libnik. lial.r.ili.ini. Gowcr Stallion. Il..iiisca. .><(>,>i1isavcr. .IciTV. Harvester, Sl<vlark, 
Fosliall, .\lollic .lackson and all the iniii. Sdiiiia faniilv trace. 



Pot-8-o-'s 1773— Eclipse ITM-Marske IToO— Squirt lT3-2-Biirlleirs ("liildcrs- Barley Arabian 1699. 



0§ 



Whnlebnne, 
br. h., ISOr. 

Peri, 
b. m., 18«. 



latoi KS-.' iConductor 1767) - Pni- 
i7';s liy Snap 175ij (.Suip 1736)— 



Bob Booty, 
ch. h.,18M. 



Tdrilia. 
ch. m , 1815 



Laurel. 

br. h., 1824. 
Maid of 
Honor. 

br. m., 1S29. 



Timolt'on, 

ch. h., 1813. 

Sister to 

Tuckahoe, 
ch. m.. 1814. 



.a _" 



" = ■* " 



Duroc. 

ch. h.. 1806. 

Miller's 

Damsel, 

gr. m., 1K02. 



Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s I77:ii Piiirln|io 17'.;,' 

ni-lla 17N3 b.v Hightiyur i;; I Herod i;.")S 

Julia 1756 liy Mtmk 1740 ic.uu. Ar. Ir-Ui. 
Wanderer 1811 (liohanua i;90i— Thalestris 1809 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764i— Rival 

1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 iHighflver 1774)— Hornet 1790 by Drone 17T7 (Herod 1758)— 

Manilla 1777 by Goldlinder 1764 iSnap 17.50t. 



Chanticleer 178T ( Woodpecker 1773i—Ierne 1790 by Bai;ot 1780 (Herod 1758i— Dan. of 
Gamaboe (Bastard 1741)— Patty by Tim nSJ (Squirt 173^)-Mi^s Patch 1737 by Jostice 
1745 (H. C. Litton Ar.). 

Ir. Escape 180J iCommodore 1793)-T. Heroine by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)— Heroine 
1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)-Dau. 17i;B of Snap 1750 (Snip 1736) Sist. 1743 to 
Reg nlns by God. Ar. 1724. 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 17731— Uau. of Alexander 178.' (Kclii-se 17(i4)-Dan. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175s)-Daiu of Allied 1770 (Matchem 1748)- Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 

Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Mnsidora 1801 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)-Maid- 
ofall-Work 178.1 by Highflyer 177 4 (Herod 1758)-Dan. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 
1732 )— Dau. of R egnl us 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803i -Wagtail 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho 1801)— ■ 
Tianby*'.>i dam 1812 bv Orrille 1799 (Beningbiough 1791 1- Miss Grimstone 1796 by 
Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 17(i8 (Blank 1740). 

Champion 1812 (Selim 1802)-Etiquette 1820 by Orville 1799 (Beningbiough 1791) -Boa- 
dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17641— Brunette by Amaramhus 1766 (Old Euu'- 
laiul 1741) -Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734>. 

Sir Archv 180") ('Dioined 1777i— Dau. of *Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— Dan. of Symraes' 
Wildair 1767 (*FearnouL'lit 1755)— Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 ('Othello)— Dau. of 
*Fallo\ver 1701 (Blank 171''.i. 

Ball's Florizel 1801 ( -Dioined 17771— Dan. 1799 of *Alderman 1787 (Pot-8-o-'8 1773)— 
Dau. of *Clockfa8t 1774 iiiimcrack 17(;0)— Dau. of Synmies' Wildair 1767 (*Fear- 

nought 17.55)- Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by *Fearnought 1755 (Regulns 1739). 

railius 1820 (Orville 1799)— Icaria 1884 bv The Fiver 1K14 (Vandyke Jr. ]808i— Parma 
1813 by Dick Andrews nK7 (Joe Andrews 1778)— May 1804 by Benint^brough 1791 
(Kin? Fergus 1775) — Primnjse 17S7 by Mambrino 1768 (Engineer 1756). 

Sumpier 1818 (Sir Archy 18051 -Ladv Grev 1817 by Robin Grev 1805 (*Royalist 1790) — 
Maria 1H02 by Melzar 1791 ('Medley 1776)— Dau. of *Highflver 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 

D an, of *Feai-nougbt 1755 (Rcgulus 17391. 

Diomed 1777 ^Florizel 1768)— Amanda 1800 by Grey Diomed 1786 (*Medley 1T761— Dan. 
of \'a. Cade (Partner 1755)— Dau. of Hickman's Independence 1776 (*Fearnoaght 
17.55)— Dau. of *Badger (Bosphorus 1751). 
■Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 1768)— *Pot-8-o-'s Mare 1793 by Pot-8-o-'8 1773 (Eclipse 
]7('4i— Dan. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 175))— Snapdragon 1759 by Snap 1750 
(Sni p 1736 ) -Da u. 1749 of Regulns 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

»Diome'l n77 (Florizel 17ii8)-*Ca8tianira 1796 bv Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 
Tahitha 1782 bv Treutham 176'j (T. Sweeps'takes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphorns 1754 
(Babraham ]74(il— Dm. of Forester 17.50 (Forester 1736). 

Bellair 17K6 ( 'Medlev 177c.)- Dau. 1798 of *Dare Devil 17S7 (Magnet 1770)- Dan. 1792 of 
Svrames' Wildair "1767 (*Fearn(iu:iht 1755)- Picadilla bv Y. Fearnought 1777 (*Fear- 
nbught 17.5.5)— Dau. of Godolphin 1770 (*Feamou:;lit i:.55i. 



; £ . Lady Rachel, 
■ -I b. m., 1805. 






Trampoline, 
ch. m., 1825. 



American 
Eclipse, 
;h. h.. 1814. 
Y. Maid of 
the Oaks, 
:h. m.. 1S17. 



!S— 1 FIear.de-Lis 
b. m., 1822. 



•Trustee, 
ch. h., 1829. 



Silverheele, 
gr. h.. 1315. 



Beningbrongh 1791 (King Fergus 1775)— Evelina 1791 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 
I Termagant bv Tantrum 1760(Cripple 17S0i— Cantatrice by Sainpson 1745 1 Blaze 17331— 

Dan. 1757 of Regulns 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Stamford 1791 (Sir Peter T. 17»4)-Dau. 1799 of WTiiskey 1789 (Saltram* 17801— Grey 

Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 lOtho 1760i -Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 

17241— Dizzy 1741 by Driver 1727 (Wynn Ar.i. 
' Sorcerer 17ii6 (Trumpator 1782)— Dau. 1797 of Precipitate* 1787 (Mercury 1778)— Y. 

Tiffany 1787 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Tiffany 1775 by Eclipse 1764(Mar8ke 

1751) -Y. Hig'1761 bvSkim 1746 (Starling 1727i. 
Stamford 17;U Sir Peter T. 1784) -Y. Rachel 1799 by Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— 

Rachel 179o l>v Hi-liflver 1774 (Herod 17.58)-Sist. 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 1750 

(Squirt nai- Da u. of 'Regains 1739 (God. Ar. 1721). 

" Selim 18)2 (Buzzard* lJ87)-Bacchante 1|.'03 bv W's Ditto 1800 .Sir Peter T. 1784) -Dan. 

1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dan. 1770 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 

bv Marske 1751 (Squirt 1732). 
Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)-Web 1808 bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o--s 1773)— Penelope 

1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767i- Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 
17.58) -Promi se 1763 by Snap 1750 (Snip 173H i. 

" Dnroc ISoi; (*Diome<l 1777)— Miller's Damsel 1802 hv 'Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 
1 17(iHi— *Dau. 1792 of Pot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1761i— Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 

(Cripple 1750) -Snapdragon 1759 bv Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736). 
♦Expedition 1795 (Pegasus 1784)— Maid-of-the-Oaks 1801 hv *Spread Eagle 1792 (Volun- 
teer 17S0)—Annett9 bv *Sliark 1771 (Marske 1750)— Dan. of Rockingham (Partner 

17 55)— Pan- o f True Whig (Fitzhugh's Regnlus 176.5). 

■ Oryille 1799 (Beningbrongh 1791 1— Emily 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 17&4)— Dan. 

1799 of Whiskey "17.'!9 (Saltram* 1780)— Grey Dorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1772 (Otho 
1760)— Dizzy 17.57 bv Blank 1710 (God. Ar. 1>34). 

Bourbon 181l'(Sorcer"cr 17n(i)-Ladv Rachel 1805 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir PeterT. 1784)— 
Y. Rachel 1799 bv Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 1764) -Rachel 1790 by Highflyer 1774 
(H erod 17.58)— Daii. 1771 of Syphon 17.50 (Squ irt 1732). 

Catton 1809(Golumpus 1802i-Emma 1S24 bv Whisker 1812(Waxy 1790)— Gihside Fairy 
1811 bv Hermes 17!.'0 (.Mercury 1778)— Vici-situde 1800 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 
1776) -Beatrice 1791 hy Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774(. 

*Tranbv 1326 (Blacklock 18141-Lucilla liv Trtimpator 1823 (Sir Solomon 180.5)— Lucy 
1821 bv Orphan ISIO (Ball's Florizel "1801 )--Ladv Grev 1817 by Robin Grey 1805 

('Royalist 17t)0)-Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 ('Medley 1776). 

' Orville' 1799 (Beningbrongh 1791)— Eleanor 1798 bv Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— 
Y. Giantess 17!I0 bv Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 bv Matchem 1748 
(Cade 17311 -MoUv"Long Legs 17.53 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Election 1804 (Gohanna 1790)- Fair Helen 1808 by Hambletonian 1792 (King Fergna 
1775)-Helen 1>101 bv Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774) -Rosalind 1788 by Phenomenon 
178 (Herod 17 .5 8) At alan t a 1769 by Matchem 1748 iCade 1734). 

Ogle's Oscar 1800 (Gabriel 1790)- 
Floreita's dam bv HaU's 



rtle 



Pandora by Grev Diomed 1786 (*MedIey 1776)— 
1777 ('Slim 1768)— Dau. of Leonidas (Lloyd's 

Traveller)-Dan. lif •Othello (rrahJ7:^2)^ ^ ^ 

loyd"s Vingt'un ('Diomed 1777i Pandora gr. m.hv Grev Diomed 1786(*Medley 1776)— 
Floretta's dam by Hall's Union 1777 (*Slim 1768i-Dau. of Leonidas (Llovd'a 
Trayeller)- Dau of »Othello (r'rab 1722)— D.an. of '.Juniper 1752 (Babraham 1740i— 
Dau. 17.57 or Traveller 1747 .Partner 1713i— *Selin)a b. m. 1746 bv God. Ar. 1724— 
ch. m. 1721 bv Hartley'. Blind Horse (Holriemos Turk) Flying WTiigg 1715 by Woodstock Ar.- 



Largc H 

Points hy St. Victor Bar'.) — Grey Whynol by Whynot (Fenwick Barb)— Royal mare 



The Breeder^ Hand Book and Guide. 



IROQUOIS. 



WINNER OF THE CHESTERFIELD STAKES AT NEWMARKET AND LEVANT 
STAKES AT GOODWOOD, 1-80, THE BUltWELL .STAKES, DEKBV AT 
EPSOM, PRINCE OF WALES STAKES, DONCASTER ST. LE(iER, NEW- 
MARKET DER15Y, AND OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS IN ENGLAND. 

Property of Gen. TF. H. Jnekson, Belle Meade Stnd, near Nashville, Teiin. 
Appliention to Gen. W. H. Jackson, lock box 383, Nashville, Tercn. 
Yearling sales annualli) about Jane 20lh, in Neio York. 

InoQUOls by imp. Leamington, son of Faugh-a-Ballagh, bred by Jlr. A. Welch, 
Erdeuheim Stud, foaled 1S78, dam Maggie H. B., dam of Harold by imp. Australian, 
second dam Madeline by Old Boston, out of Magnolia, dam of Kentucky by imp. Gleu- 
coe. As a two-j'ear-old Iroquois started 12 times, won 4 races, was second in two and 
unplaced in six. He made his bow to the public by winning the Newmarket two-year 
old Plate, 5 furlongs, defeating Herman, Kuhleboru and three others ; his sei-ond suc- 
cess was winning the two-year old stakes at Epsom, 5 furlongs, beating Eliacin. At 
the Newmarket July Meeting ran Bal Gal to a head for the July Stakes, 5 furlongs 
136 yards, having Neophito, Thebais and seven others behind him ; same meeting won 
the Chesterfield Stakes, 5 furlongs, beating Panique, Voluptuary and seven others ; 
at Goodwood won the Levant Stakes, 5 furlongs, defeating Isola Madre, C'anace and 
three others ; same meeting ran second to Wandering Nun in the Fiudon Stakes, f of 
a mile, with Albion, Ishmael and Worthing behind him ; he was nui>laced in his other 
races. As a three-year old made his first appearance by running second to Peregrine 
in the 2,000 Guineas, having Don Fulano, Camiliard, Scobel and nine others behind 
him; won the Newmarket Stakes, Ditch mile, beating Lennoxlove ; Newmarket 
Second Spring Meeting, walked over for the Burwell Stakes, Abingdon mile ; Epsom 
Summer Meeting, won the 102d renewal of the Derby Stakes, li miles, defeating Pere- 
grine, Town Moor, Scobel, Geologist, St. Louis, Don Fulano, Tristan and seven others. 
Ascot won the Prince of Wales Stakes, If miles, defeating Geologist, Great Carle and 
four others ; same place won the St. James Palace Stakes, Old mile, beating Leon, his 
only opponent ; Doncaster September Meeting, won the Doncaster St. Leger Stakes, 
1 mile 6 furlongs 132 yards, defeating Geologist, Lucy Glitters, St. Louis, Falkirk, 
Bal Gal and nine others ; Newmarket Second October Meeting, was third to Bend'or, 
and Scobel in Champion Stakes, across the flat. 1 mile 2 furlongs and 73 yards, Buch- 
anan, Falkirk, Muriel and Fiddler behind him ; won the Newmarket Derby, li 
miles, beating Ishra.ael, Lennoxlove and Lord Chelmsford. Thus starting in 9 races, 
running second for the 2,000 Guineas, third in the Champion Stakes, and winning the 
Derby and St. Leger, a feat only accomplished ten times in the one hundred and 
twelve years they have been run: Champion in ISOO, Suridice in 1848, The Flying Dutch- 
man in 1^49, Voltigeur in 1850, West Australian in 18.">3, Blair A-thol in 1S64, (Jladiateur 
in 186.5, Lord Lyon in 1866, Silvio in 1877, Irociuois in 1881, Melton in 1885, Ormonde 
in 1886, Donovan in 1889 and Common in 1891. Not one of all these won so many good 
races in the same year. Iroquois is a brown, 16 hands high, with white stripe down 
the face and white around the coronet of the left fore foot ; he has a well placed ob- 
lique shoulder, good barrel, tine hip and loin and sound, good legs and feet. He is ile- 
scended from the best bred and mo.st successful racing families in England and 
America. M.iggie B. B. is the dam of Pera (a producing dam), HaroliI, Panitpie, 
Jaconet (dam of Sir Dixon and Bolvidere) Rod and Blue (dam of Sallie McClelland), 
and Homeopathy. JIadeline. the dam of Maggie B. B., was by the great Boston, sire 
of Lexington, Lecompte, Bostona, Nina and a host of good ones. Magnolia produced 
Kentucky, the best son of Lexington, Daniel Boone, Magic, Charley Ball, Madimna, 
.skedaddle, Gilroy, Victory, etc. Skedaddle is the dam of Saucebox, Scramble, 
{Contiiiuril on pnye 180) 



i '£ Waxy, 
J 2 b. h., nuo. 



^^ Peuelope, 
i; b. m., 179S. 



■i rS-^ 



Eclipse irw— Marskc 1750 Siiiiirt 1733— Bartlett's Childers— Darley Arabian 1699. 

Pot-s-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 17W)— Maria 1777 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743')— Lisette 177i by 

Snap 17.iO ^Sl,ip naOi— Miss Windsor 1751 by God. Ar. 1724— Sist. to Voliuitcer by Y. 

Bfl-r:i<lc ir.iL-ia.li' Turk). 
Tniiiii.:ihir i;sj ,r,)ii(luctor 1767)— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- 

Pr.uHi-r Ks !.. Snap 1750 (Snip 17ai)-Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— 

Spc-i-i .i.T s dam n:i5 by Partner 1718 (Jigg). 



Gohanjia 17'J.nMercury 1778)— Catherine 1795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.')8)-Ca- 

niilla 1778 by Treniham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1764 bv Compton Barb 

-Sist. 1743 to Regulus by God. Ar. 1734. 
Alexander 17-i2 (EL-Mpse 1764)— Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Hiihflver 1774)- Hornet 

17JI) by Drone 1777 (Herod 17.58)— Manilla 1777 by Goldfinder 1764 (Snap 17.iO)— Dan. 

1766 of Old England 1741 (God. Ar. 1724). 



>i-X Chanticleer, 
gS ch. h., 1787. 



3§ <j~ 



P- 



Woodpecker 1~T3 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750i— Rosebud 1765 

by Snap 17.'j0 (Snip 1736)— Miss Belsea 1753 by Regains 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of 

Bartleti's Ohilders (Darley Ar. 16ii9). 

Bagot 1780 (Herod irSSl-Dau. of Gatnahoe (Bustard 1741)— Fatty bv Tim 17.)2 (Squirt 

17.-,2)— Miss Patch 1737 by Justice 1725 (H. C. Litton Ar.)— Ringtail Galloway by 

Curwen Bay Barb. 

'commodore 1793 (Tom Tug n77)-Moll-in-the-Wad 1791 by Highflver 1774 iHerod 
1 1751)— Shift 1779 bv Sweetbriar 1769 (Syphon 17.50)— Black Susan 17(52 bv Snap 17.50 

(Snip 1736)— Dau. of Cade 17:J4 (God. Ar. 17i4). 
Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758)— Heroine 1775 bv Hero 1753 (Cade 17S4I— Dau. 1766 of Snap 17.50 
I (Snip 1736)— Sist. 1743 to Regulus by God. Ar. 1724— Grey Robinson 17-J3 by Bald 
Galloway (St. Victor Barb). 



Buzzard,* 
ch. h., 1787. 



'iWoodiiecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Misfortune 1775 by Dux 1761 (Matihem 1748i— Curi- 
osity 1760 by Snap 1750 (Snip 173J)— Dau. 1749 of Kegulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)- Dan. 
of Bartlett's Childers (Darlev Ar. 1699). 
I Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17t>41— Dau. of Highllver 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 
1 (.Matcheni 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engineer 1753 (Sampson 1745)— Bay Malton"s dam 1756 
' by Cade 1734 (God. Ar. 17C4). 



s'' "^Is! 



Blacklock, 
b. h., 1814. 



Sir Peter T. 176* (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 178* of Boudrow 1777 (Eclipse 1764)— Dan. 1764 

of Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17.35)— Sist. to Lowther's Babraham by Babraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1734)- Dau. 1750 of Golden Ball 1735 (Partner 1718). 
Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Maid-of -ail-Work 1786 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- Daa. 

1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 173-.')— Dau. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724)— Sist. 1758 to 

Judgement by Snip 1736 (Flying Childers 171.5). 
Whitelock 1803 (Hamhietonian 1792)-Dau. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'e 1773)— 
I Wildgoose 1792 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o-'s 1T73 

(Eclipse 17M)— Manilla 1777 bv Goldfinder 17i>4 {Snap 17.-0). 
Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho 1801)— Tranby*'s dam 1812 bv Orvillel799 (Beningbrongh 

1791)-Mis8 Grimstone 1796 by Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 1768 

(Blank 174))'- Dau. of Damascus Ar. 1754. 



, 18i). 



Selim 1803 (Buzzard* 1787) -Podagra 1S05 by Gouty 1796 (Sir Peter T. 17S4)—Jet 1785 
by Magnet 1770 (Herod 17.W)-JeHel 1775 by Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17.35)- Sophia 
17(14 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791) Boadicea 1807 by Alex.tnder 1782 (Eclipse 17(54)— 
Hruiiette by Ainaranthna 17(;6 (Old England 1741)- ilavfly 1771 bv ilatchem 1748 
(Cade 1731)-Daii. 175% of Starling 1738 (Starling 1727). 



18i-nf Golunipus 1803 (Gohanna 1790)— Dan. 
■J 1 i- IH>3 by St. George 1789 (Highflyer 



^ M 



c; ^ 



Humprey .Oomns 1899 (Sorcerer 179B)-Cr(nkerina 1S12 bv Clinker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Pewet 

Clinker, ] 1786 by Tandem 1773 (Syphon 17.511)— Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1750)— 

Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 iFlaze 17 

•rvantes IH) i (Don Quixote 17F4i-Dai 

ISKi .1 p, 1 ii .' 1791 (Trnmpaloi' : 

17 7 I \ - by Woodpeck' -r ! : 

unci ■ ' >N !■ ,1- Mue 19)7)-Buntfr i- 

(lir, a i-nr iv Mexander 1782 (Etii; 

Englml 17!li Mavfly 1771 bv M,itchem 17'4s .Cade 17.34). 

Fmma Whisker 1812 (Waxy' 1799) -Gibside Fairy 1811 by Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778)-Vicis- 

« ph m (SM I situde 180:1 bv Pii>ator 17f6 anperator 177«)-Beatrice 1791 by Sir Peter T. 1784 

g „• en. m., la^. iH i ghflyer 1774)-P yrrha 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 

Pmiliiis Orville 1799 iBeningbrongh 1791) - Emilv 1810 bv Stamford 17!i4 (Sir Peter T. 17(^4)— 
= 1: b h l^'l 1 Daii. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 £Saltiam*'l7S0)-GreyDorimant 1781 by Dorimant 1773 



5- b. h., 1833. 



«i'?3 Touchstone, 
■2* br. h., 1831. 



3 if .y:' 



Whisker, 
b. h., 1813. 



re 






< 


'« " 


s 


1 


a ^ 
















a 


































3 


-s 



Daughter of, 



BaFs 
Floriz-I. 
ch. h., 1811. 



I (Otho 17(»)— Dizzy 1757 bv Blank 17J0 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Scud 1804 (Beningbrough 1791 (—Goosander 1805 by Hambletonian 1792 (King Fergus 

j 1775) -Rallv 1790 by Trnmpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Fancy 1780 by Flmizel 1768 

(Herod 17.5Si— Dau. 17f>S of Spectator 1749 i Crab 1723). 
'Waxy 179) (Pot.8-o-'s 17731 -Penelope 1798 bv Trnmpator 1782 iConductor 17(i71-Pm- 
I nelia 178^ bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 17.58)- Promise 1768 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736)— 

Julia 1756 by Blank'1740 (Godolph. Ar. 1724). 
![Selimorl Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer n96i-Sprite 1807 by Bobtail 1795 (Precipitate* 
1 178r)—Catherine'l795 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.',8i— Camilla 1778 by Trentham 

17i)6 (T. Sweep stakes 1743) -Coquette 17i'4 by Compton Barb. 
I'Diomed 1777 (Florizel 17(i.'*)-*Castianira 179 i bv Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774 1— 
Tabitha 178-3 bv Trentham 17C6 (T. Sweepstakes 1743i— Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 (Ba- 
braham 1740)— Dau. of W.'s Forester 17.'0 (Forester 17.T.i. 
''Saltram 178) (Eclipse 17(:4)-Dan. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*Feamonght 17.551 -Dan. 
1 of Tyler's Driver 1760 1 »Othello)-Dau. of *Fallower 1761 (Blank 1740)— Dau. of ' Vam- 

! pir c 1757 I R egulus 1 739>. 

"»Diomel 1777 (Florizel 1768) -Dau. of *Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)-Dau. of Harris 
Eclip-e 1770 ( Fearnought 17551— Daa. of 'Fearnought 1755 (Regulus 17.39i— Dau. of 
i *.Jolly Roger 1741 iRonndhead 1733i. 

- -Dan. of *Clockfa8t 1774 (Gimcra'k 1760)-Dan of 

rxight 17.-,.5)— Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 bv «Fearnought 

_17-- (T; juIm- i;"ii - KU.v r-i,-r 17.55 by Cade 1734 (God. .\r. 1724i. 

Selim. .'i:! - i i>; ;i .i,i;ite 1809 by W.'s Ditto 18i0 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- 

Baii. ' .; : . :: -r : . i 1764)-Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— 

Fill!-. !;7I -X N!,!-!; ;;■-! .s,|; :ri 1T.!2'. 

Tramp I'll') (Dick Anirews I7,i7i Well 1+18 bv Waxy 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773 -Penelop- 

1798 bvTrumpai or 178 i (Conductor 17J7i— Prunella 1783 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

1758) -Promis e 17ii.s bv Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736). 

Partisan ISll (Walton 17991 -Miss Sophia 1805 bv Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 1784) - 
Sophia 179-(bv Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Hnncamnnca 1787 by Highflyer 

1771 (Herod 17.58)-Cypher 1772 by Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17351. 

liolwddlSO (t((i6"ii9 isd.il— I'vllioiiess bik. m. 1813 bv .Sorcerer 1796 (Tnimpator 17821 — 
I'rineess hlk. m. 1796 liv Sir Peter T. IT84 (Hiahflver 1774)— D.lu. br. m. 1789 of Dunsann.ei 
1730(Eclip3e 1764)-Dan. ch. m. 1"S3 of Turf 1760 (.Matchem 1748|— Diu. b in. 177(1 or 
- Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Golden Grove ch. m. 1761) bv Blank 1740 (Goilolpli. Ir. 1724) - 
SpiMStf r. the Widdrington mare, CH. m. 17715 by Partner 1718 (Jigg)- Bav Bio 
... . . „ ^. ^j 

rk)- 



ISO The Breeders' Hand Book and Guide. 



IROQUOIS— Continued. 

Florence B., Sly Boots, Joe .S., The Slashes ami Squeez'eiu (dam of Day Star, winner 
of the Kentucky Derby, Blue Ribbon Stalces and other races), Sylph (dam of .lohii 
K., KaloolaU, Philip D. and Kincsem), and La .Sylphide, IJ miles in 2.07i, she the dam 
of Semper Kidele. Sly Boots is the dam of Leveler, Sly Dance, Sachem, Savanac and 
Volnnteer II. 

Inxinois is a grand success in the stud, sire of Tammany, winner of the Great 
Eclipse Stakes, the Criterion Stakes at Monmouth, the 6 furlongs in both races being 
rnn in l.l'2i, the Lorillard Stakes, 1| miles, in 2.20| ; Realization Stakes, 1| miles, in 
2.51j ; Withers Stakes, 1 mile, in 1.40. Addie was the "crack" filly of the West, win- 
ner of eleven races. Other winners by Iroqnois are Rancocas, Mohican, White Wings, 
Mountain Deer, McKeever, Heyday, Laura Doxey, Guildura, Annie Irwin, Beausey, 
Darlington, Carteret, Bengal, Algonquin, Eldis, Dictum, Emblem. Irregular, Julius 
Sax, Kiawah, Pan Handle, Ted Gregg, Malachi, Alice D., Claudine, Nellie Pearl, Min- 
nie L., Iowa, Josie M., Mayflower, Piquante, Rainbow, Starlight, Helen Nichols (un- 
beaten), Huron, Marguerite, St. Croix, Queen Enid, Interior, Red Banner, Bennett 
Young, Edith Belmont, Cayuga, a rare good one, Haydee, Nettle B., Princess Loraine, 
G. W. Johnson, unbeaten and .'J22,000 refused for him. He will stand at the head of 
the list of winning stallions in 1892. 



JULIEN. 

Oinied by Messrs. Smilli und Iliighcs. 

JrUEN, bay horse, foaled 1886, bred by Hon. W. L. Scott, Algeria Stud, Erie, 
Pa., by imp. Rayon p'or, dam imp. Clover by Macaroni, son of Sweetmeat, graudam 
Verdure by King Tom, sou of Harkaway, etc. Macaroni, the sire of Clover, won the 
2,000 Guineas and Derby, and was the sire of the dams of Pilgrimage, winner of tlie 
1,000 and 2,000 Guineas, Ormonde, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, 
Galliard, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Busybody, winner of the 1,000 Guineas and 
Oaks, and Bonavista, winner of 2,000 Guineas, and her dam, full sister to Clover, the 
dam of Julieu. Verdure, the grandam of Julien, was a winner in England, and 
own sister to Corisande, that won the Cesarewitch Handicap in a field of twenty- 
seven at three years old, carrying 110 lbs., the Chesterfield, Granby, New, Corona- 
tion and Grande Duke Michael Stakes, by King Tom, sire of imp. Phaeton, imp. 
King Ban, imp. Great Tom and his brother, Kingcraft, winner of the Derby, and of 
tlie dams of the Derby winner Favouius, and Enterprise, winner of the 2,000 Guineas. 
Maybloom, Jnlien's third dam, was full sister to Lady Alice Hawthorn, grandam 
of Hauteur, winner of the 1,000 (iuineas, and out of Lady Hawthorn, full sister to 
Thornianby, winner of the Derby and Ascot Gold Cup. Julien was a good race-horse, 
winner at 5 furlongs, and placetl second and third in several good and fast races. 
Rayon d'Or, his giro, is from the Pocahontas family, that produced StockwoU, Rata- 
plan, King Tom and other good ones, and his dam fiom the great Hawthorn family, 
tracing to the Lay ton Barb mare. 



Camel 1823-\Vhalebone 1807- Waxy ni)0-Pot-8-o-'8 ITT^i-Eclipse 1764-Mareke lV50-Squirt 1T33-Bart. Clulders-Darl>.y Ai. lifflO. 

iti- Is-Jl by 



;S Orlauiio, 
-,£ b. h., IMl. 



Timclistom- 1N31 (Cumel isj^i- Vulture is:a by Laugar isir (Scliin 1 

ISiietaiil 1813iCastrel 1801)— Olympia 181j by Sir Oliver 180.1 (Sir Pi 

tilla ITDS by Auvil 1777 (Uerod 1758). 
Redshank 1833 (Sandbeck 1818)-Oxygen 1828 bv Emiliua 1820 (Orville niwi— Wliizgis 

1SI9 bv Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 1787)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 178S (Conductor 

Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581. 



- . [the Barou-aiitg 
aS or] The Bmpor.r 
BS ch. h., 1811. 






ss 



hs 






Gladiator, 
ch. h., 1833. 



Caraol, 
br. h., 1822. 



br. I 



182' 



Priam,* 
b. h., 1827. 
The Poten- 
tate's dam, 
b. m., 1H23. 



Sultan, 
b. h., 1816. 



Bav Middleton 1833 (Sultan 181l))-Plenary 1837 by Emilius 1820 (Orville 17".i'.ii-Uarriet 
1819 by Pericles 180a (Evander 1801)— Dau. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard- 17S7)-Pipy- 
lina 1C03 bv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774). 

eiii.-ou 1S:53 (Partisun IS 11) -Darkness 18:57 by Glencoe* 1831 (Sultau ISlii)— Fanny 
1827 l.v XMiisker Isi.' (Waxv V,vii\ -Dau. 1813 of Caniillus 1803 (Hambletoniau 1T92)— 
Dau. I's '4 nf I'lL-ripii It,' 17^: I M. rcur y 1778). 

Del'.iiii' i^.'l i W'M li. h. l-'Ti liaii 1834 of Reveller 181.') (Comus 1809i— Design* 1827 

byTiainp ls|i} (Dick .\ialii-w^ 1 ;;iT) -Defiance 1.S16 by Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 1787) — 
Little Fciliv 18011 by lliglilanJ Fling 1798 (Spadille 1784). 

Royal Oak 1823 (Catton 1809)— Ada 1821 by Whisker 18i2 (Waxy 1790)-Anna Bella 1807 
by Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 1771)— Dau. 1797 of Drone 1777 (Herod 1758)— Coniessina 
1 787 by Y. Marsk e 17T1 iJIarsk.- Ho i'. 

Partisan ISll (Walton I,:'." 1'.. In- ; -Ji. nv \l.,.. - |sim Wii.ii.i,,. s,.., ;,,„|,,■ 
1807)-Quadrille Isl.-. .. - i :i '■ 1., :i ,,■ ( , l; . . .' !, ,- 

or] Sorcerer 179U (T > i i. '. ■ -i ■ ■ i i , >. ]■■■-• 

Hercule 183J(Rainl" 
ville 1799 (l;. Hill i 
1793 by T n 



I.M 



I r.il) -Fairing I'sn; by Waxy 1?'90 il'ot-8-n-'s i;;;ii— Rattle 

' c nductor 17071. 

1 ' Dau. 1812 of Selim 1S02 iBuzzard* 1787i— Maiden 1801 by 
ulul^er 17741— Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)— 
el i;t)8 (Herod 1758). 



Whalebone Is 

Sir Peter T. 

Matron 1782 1 
Master Henry 18"l5 lOrville 1799i— Boadicsa 1807 by Alexander 1782 lEclipse 1764i— Brn- 



-Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 



i.U.nl i 



17S9 (Saltram* 1780i— Y'. Giantess 
i by Matchem 1748 (Cade ir.34i— 
ir-:4i. 
V Hambletonian 1792 (King Fergus 



Erailius 1820 (Orville 1,' ■ ■ 

1790 by Dlomed* 17;; I i : 
Molly Long Legs 1 ; .">; n. iVi ■ .li 

Don Juan 1814 (Orville i,.(,i, -.\1...] 
1775)— Spitfire 179.) by I'ipator ir8j ilmpeiator 177l)i— Farewell 1792 by Slope 1782 

j^Highflyer 1771)— Dau. of Y. Marske 1771 iMarske 1750). 

Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)- Bacchante 1809 bv W's Ditto 1890 (Sir Peier T. 1784) -Dau. 

1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 17(14)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 
bv Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732). 

Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 17ii7)— Web 1808 bv Waxy 1790 (Pol-8-o-'s 177.3) -Penelope 
by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767) -Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 



m8)-Pn 



CLare, 
m., 1824. 



Ue 1799 I 
Giantess I ; 
17;Mi-MoIIv 
Mannion Isn; 
zoii irafl bv 
iroii Dan 



i.f W^i 



iTn 



[Starch or] 
g'i I Voltaire, 
=. r' br. h.,182U. 
3 "". Belinda, 
>J=: br. m., l'<25. 



C'astrel. 
ch. h., 1801. 



__| Fanny 
3 _• ' Dawson, 
•^~| ch. m., 1823. 



<n:ip 1 7.'.0 (Snip 1736). 

I r;:n i - Eleanor 17i!8 by Whiskey 1789 i Saltram* 1780i— Y'. 
1 irrr ^Plorizel 1 768 1— Giantess 17(;9 by Matchem 1748 iCade 
I ;.-.) bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 

;s'i, Ilarpalice 1814 by Gohanna 1790 iMercury 17r8i— Araa- 
ini K6ti> Fractious 1792 by Mercury 1778 lEclipse 
773 qicroil 17.'i8l. ' 

Walton 1799 i.sir Peter T. 1781i Parasol 1.^0;) bv Pot-S-o-'s 1773 lEclipse 1764i— Prunella 

1788 bv Hfchllver 1774 i Herod 17o8i—Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.3iii— Julia 

1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Moses 1819 ([Whalebone or] Seymour 1807i— Quadrille 1815 bv Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 

17871-Canary Bird 180;! by [Whiskey or] Sorcerer 1796 i Trumpator i782i— Canary 1797 

by Coriand er 1786 iPot-8-o-'s 17731— Miss Green 1787 by Highflyer 17i4 iHerod 1758). 
Blacklock 1814 i Whitelock 18J3)— Dan. 1816 of Phantom 1808 iWalton 1799>-Dau. 1802 

of Overton 1788 (King Fergus 1775)— Dau. 1796 of Walnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774i-Dau. 

178j of Ruler 1777 (Y. Marske 17711. 
Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 18031— Wagtail 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 iSancho 1801)— 

Tranby*'s dam 1812 by Orville 1799 iBeningbrough 1791)— Miss Grimstone 1793 by 

Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Ancaster 1768 (blank 1740). 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)-Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17i'4V-Dau. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748)-Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 1756 (Sampson 1715). 

Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 17.'M)-Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764i-Maid- 
of-all-Work 1786 bv IIit;linvrr 1771 ill,i..d 1758)-Dau. 1771 of Syphon 17.30 (Squirt 
17.32)-Dau. of Re-uln- I7:;n',i:n.l \r. rit) 



rvillo 1799 (Benin-biu ,_li i, , \|:.- v„|,iija 1805 by Stamford 1794 iSir Peter T. 
17841— Sophia 1798 bv llnz.^iivl i;s; .w,„Hlpecker 1773i— Huncamuuca 1787 by High- 
flyer 1774 iHerod 175,8i-Cyphcr 1772 bv Squirrel 1754 (TravelliT 17'3i). 
Alexander 1782 lEclipse 1764i— Brunette bv Amaranthus ]7i'6 lOld England 1741 1— May- 
fly ini by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)-Dau. !75i of Starling 1738 (Starling 1727)— 
Look-at-me-Lads 1731 by Grasshopper iByerly Turk). 



Whisker 1812 1 Waxv 17901— Floranthe 1818 bv Ociavian 1807 (Stripling 1795,- Caprice 
1797 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 17.581— Madcap 1774 by Eclipse 1764 iMarske HoOi— Sappho 
1763 by Blank 1740 I God. Ar. 17SWi. 

Nabocklish 1811 (Rusantino 18031— Miss Toolv 1R08 bv Teddy the Grinder 1798 (Aspara- 
gus 17871— Lady Jane 1796 by Sir Peter t. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Paulina 1778 by 
Florizel 1768 i Herod 1758)— Captive 1771 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 



Sultan 1816 (SeUm 18021— Trampohne 1825 by Tramp 1810 iDick Andrews 1797(— Web 

1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8o-'8 1773i— Penelope 17118 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)— Prunella 178S by Hishflver r?74 (Hero(i 1758). 
Muley 1810 (Orville 1799i— Clare ■l824hvMarmion 18)6 (Whiskey 1789)-Harpalice 1814 by 

Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 17781— Atnazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentbam 1766)— 

Fractious 1792 by Mercury 17 78 (Eclipsf 176li. 
Camel 1822 (Whalebone 1807 1 



dicea 1807 by Alexander 17^2 
land 17411-Mavflv 1771 bv Ma 
)r. Syntax IHii PKiiifi-'v j;,' 
Eliza 18]:) livWl. ■ ■ .,.'1. 1- r, 



by Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799i-Boa- 
— Brunette by Amaranthus 17ii6'01d Eng- 

1 iide 1734). 

'•'.■ Arrtrossan 1809 (John Bull 1789(-Lady 

;.i7:— Dau. 1793 of Spadille 1784 (Highflyer 
kc 17.501. 



Alice 
Hawthorn, 
b. m., 18:18. 



JiuO-Bii, 
ni. niuliv 
wiirth-ta 



I l'lc-1 




i 


b 


T.inch-tnn 


WA (Camel 182^ 


1— Decoy 


J llapba 


avd 






Fi'i. =- V\ 


- bv Peruvian 1806 


Sir Peter 


V John Bi 


1117 


K9 


iM 








h'l-Rebe 


ecu 








(CiO (Trami) IHIC 


—Dau. b. 


CinQuiKc 


te 1- 


»l 




.1 1 M'.i i "' 


(1. in. IP(i2bv Beni 


igbiougb 


i.M.vctatm 


i j^r. 


111 


17 


a ..^ ll..|..,l 


17.'.a (Tartar I74:ii— 


l)an. n.i8 


1- Han. 17 


1 of 


.); 


ml 


. KM (Ood. 


Ar. 17241— Spinster sr. in. 1743 




(tlie 


H 


.1. 




B) ch. m. 173.5 bv Pai 


tuer 1718 


St. \-ll to 




.V 




yhound (CI 


illaby)— Brown Fa 


ewell br. 


•y Yellow 


I'lirl 


)- 


l)a 


u. of Plaoe'e 


White Turk— Dau. 


of Dods- 



18-2 The Breeders' Jltmd Bonl: iiiid Guide. 



IMPORTED KANTAKA. 

Owned in the Ait/erin Stitd of the late Hon. W. L. Scott, Erie, Pa. 

KaxtaKa, chestnut liorse, ISJ hands high, hy Scottish Chief, sou of Lord of the 
Isles by Touchstone, was bred by Mr. W. Hlenkiron, foaled 1880, dam Seclusion 
(Hermit's dam) by Tadmor, son of Ion by Cain, giandani Jliss Sellon by Cowl, son 
of Bay Jliddletou by Sultan. 

Kantaka is of the blood royal, being a halfl brother of the great horse Hermit, 
who won the Derby and was one of the best sires that ever lived, as is evidenced by 
the great performances of Peter, Shotover, St. Blaise, Tristan, Thebais, Clairvaux, 
St. Marguerite, Queen Adelaide, etc. Mr. P. Lorillard paid $5,000 for Kantaka wlieu 
a yearling, and in his trials he showed great speed and promised well, but he met 
with an accident and never started in a race. His breeding is of the choicest ([uality 
and his sire, Scottish Chief, was himself not only a first-class race-horse, but as a sire 
of race-horses is one of the most popular stallions of England. He won the Ascot 
Gold Cup and other good races, and as a sire he has jiroven his prepotency in having 
to his credit a good list of winners, among them Marie Stuart, winner of the Oaks 
and St. Leger, and one of the best mares that ever appeared in England, Thistle, 
dam of Common, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derl)y and St. Leger, Mowerina, dam 
of Donovan, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, Semolina, winner of the 1,000 
Guineas, Violet Melrose, dam of Melton, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, etc. 
Lord of the Isles, sire of Scottish Chief, was wiuuer of the 2,000 Guineas, son of the 
great Touchstone, and on the side of his dam he traces back to stout Herod blood, 
which is well fortified with the Sultan through Bay Middleton, one of the best race- 
horses and sires of his day. The remarkable success of Hermit as a sire proves the 
prepotency of the blood of the family to which he belongs. Newminster, the sire of 
Hermit, was a son of Touchstone, and Scottish Chief, on his sire's side, is also a grand- 
son of Touchstone. Cowl, sire of Miss Sellon, the grandam of Kantaka, is a son of Bay 
Middleton and the famous Crucifix by imp. Priam. The grandam of Scottish Chief is 
by Bay Middleton, from which it will be seen that Kantaka and Hermit are much 
more closely allied than simply half brothers, for the same strains of blood are con- 
spicuous on the side of their sires. The capacity, thei-efore, to transmit racing 
qualities is abundant in Kantaka, and a horse of his rich l>reeding must prove himself 
a successful sire eventually. 

Kantaka is still young in tlie stuil, but has to his credit Canteen, G. B. Boydeu, 
Dock Wick, Rafter, Irish Dan by Kantaka or Algerine, Tipstaff by Rayon d'Or or 
Kantaka, Clotho (a very speedy two-year old last season). Flagrant, Guilty, Great 
Scott, Gold Digger, Knapsack, Ko-Ko, Loyalty, Nubian, Chatter, Cascade, Lixzie 
Gwynue, Piccalilli, Queen d'Or, Crocus, Lebanon, Wyoming, Wallace, Village Maid 
and other good ones. 

It is to the Massey mare in direct female lino descend .and trace their origin the 
following good horses and stallions: Trontham, Florizel, Election, Quiz, Royal Oak, 
Mulatto, Defence, The Palmer, Rosicrucian, Dutch Skater, Doucaster, Ghuliateur 
Hermit by Newminster and many other noted ones. 



Pot-S-o-'s lT7-i-Eclipse Ir64-Marske ir)i)-Si|Uirt 173C! Bartlnt's Chil.kTS— Darley Arabian 1C99- 



\\ halcbone, 
br. h., 180r. 



-Ho-' Daughter of, 
22 £ b. m., i«ia. 



— s'^ ,■:= Ma'^terHeniy. 
-" °S »i b. h., ISIS. 



Boadicea. 
b. m., 180T. 



^■-I (Conductor IT'iT)— Pia- 
hy Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 



;; = 3 s^' lilalia, 
I -g- ;? .d ch. ra.. 1815. 






s^2j s.=3 Cobweb, 
°*i|..o b. m., 1821. 



Waxv 17U0 (Pot-S-o-'6 177:i)- IVii. i,,|,r l;!ps 

ni'lla 17S« bv HigUflvfr 17:4 (IU-i.hI i7.i 

Julia 17.V) by Blank 1740 (Gml Ar 17S4). 
Selim lNt3 (Buzzard' ITN") Maiden ISOl by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer ir!4)-Dan. 

17S8 or Phenomenon 178J (Herod 17581 -Matron 1783 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758)— 

Mai den 1770 by Marchem 1718 (C ade irdl). 

Ori-ille 171)9 (Beniuglirougli 1791) -Miss Sophia 1805 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 

irs4)-Sopliia i;9-i by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773) -Huncamunca 1787 by High- 
flyer 1774 (Herod 175s) -Cypher 1773 by Sqmrrel 1754 (Traveller 1735). 
Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17B4) -Brunette bv Amaranihus 17t)U (Old England 1741)-May- 

I'.y 1771 by Matchem 1743 (Cade 1734)-llan. 1755 of Anc. Stirling 1738 (Starling ITST)— 

Look-at-m e-Lada 1731 by Brist. Grasshopper (Byerly T.) 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker i;73i-Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17ftli-Dau ofHigh; 
' flyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dan. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1748i— Dan. 1770 of Engineer 
( 1756 (Sampson 17451. 
Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784i-Musidora 1604 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 17641— Maid- 

of all-Work ITi^fi by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581 - Sist 1771 to Tandem by Syphon 

I 1750 iSqairt 17-32i— Dau. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17-'4)- 

'Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797i— Mandane 1800 by Poi-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 17(4i-Y. 

Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758i— Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1706 (T. 

Sweepstakes 1743i— Coquette 17(3 bv Compton Barb. 
Cervantes 1806 (Don Quixote nsil' — Aii'irii.ntion 1802 by Beningbrough 1791 (King Fer- 
gus 1775) — lilxpectation 177' ■ " --- ~ - -- — ^ . „. . 

(Starl i ng 17J7i-Dau. 1751 . ii .1 
■ Beningbrough 1791 (King Feivn- 

Termagant by Tantrum liid 

17$i)-Dau. 1757 of Regains 17 
Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)- 

Giantess 176,1 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17.34i— Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1724) -Dan, of Foxhunter 1787 (Brisk 1711 1. 

St. George 1789 i Highflyer 1774)-Abigail 1788 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)-Fire- 

tall 1773 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Dau. 1764 of Blank 1740 (QoA. Ar. 1724)- 

Naylor 1748 by Cade 17:J4 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)-Camilla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— 

Coquette 1764 by Compton Barb-Sist. 1743 ti> Eegulus by God. Ar. 17^1— Grey 

Robinson 1?J3 by Bald Galloway iSt. Victor B arhi. 

'Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787) -Bacchante 1809 by W's Diito 1800 (Sir Peter TTTfsiF^Dau. 
j 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764) -Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743) -Folly 1771 
I by Marske 175J (Squirt 173S). 

Phantom I'SOi (Walton 17S9)— Filagree 1815 by Soothsayer 180s (Snrcenr 1796— Web 
I 1808 by Waxy 1791 (Pot 8-o-'s l773(-Peneloi.e 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)— Prunella 1788 by Hiirhflyer 1774 i Herod 17.=4). 

Phantom 18.8 (Walton 17'j9(— Emmeline 1817 by Waxy 1790 iPot-8-o-'s n73)-Sorccry 

1808 by Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)— Cobbea 1802 by Skvscraper 17c6 (Highflyer 

1774)— Dau. 1788 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758). 
Camillds 1801 > Iladil'l- ("iiiaii 17;)\>i Ilau. 1SU9 bv Sancho 1801 (Don Qui.xote 17S4)— 

Mi-<s Hornpipe If izl.- ihij i,v '-ir I'.trr T. 17.84 iHisbflver 1774 i-Horupipe 1793 by 
I Trumpati.r 17S.' i oii.!,ht,.r i?),: l.uiw 1779 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 174;J). 



:■ iv, rill, a 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.'8)- 
((. iippie 17.-.0)— Cantatricc by Sampson 17-15 (Blaze 
) (God. Ar. 1724). 

Giantess 1790 by Dlomed* 1777 (Florizel i;6S)- 



D mghi er of, 

— , 1810. 



Sir Paul 1802 .Sir Peter T. i784i— Evelina 1791 bv Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758)- Terma- 
gant bv Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 17.y))— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 iBlaze 173.3i — Dan. 
17.57 of Regnbis 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Paynator 1791 (Trumpator 1782i— Dau. 1F05 of Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774)- Dau. 1795 
byT. Marske 1771 (Marske 1750)— Gentle Kitty 1774 by Silvio 17.54 (Cade !734>— Dan. 
of Dorimond 1758 (Dormouse 17.38). 



fi-: 



Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)— Emmeline 1817 bv Waxv 1790 (Pol-8-o '- I773i— Sor- 
cery 1,808 bv Sorcerer 1796 (Trumpator 1782)- Cobbea 1802 by Skyscraper 1786 (High- 
flyer 1774)-Dau. 1788 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758). 

.Selim 1803 (Buzzard* 1787)~Dau. 1803 of Sir Harrv* 1795 iSir Peter T. 17&4)-Dan. 1793 
of Volunteer 1780 (Eclipse 1764)- Dau. 1779 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Golden 

1 Grove 1760 by Blank 1740 (God . Ar^l 7 24). 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581- 
gineer 17-56 (Sampson 1745). 

W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17S4)-Dan. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764i-Da(). 1776 
of Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— Vixen 1753 by 

I Eegulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1721). 

"(Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 1790)— Dan. 1812 of Selim 1803 (Buzzard* 1787)— MaiderTTSOTby 
Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774i-Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)— 

I Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758). 

iMuley 1810 (Oiville 1799)- Dan. 1796 of Precipitate* 1787 (:Mercnry 1778)- Dau. 1787 of 

I Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58)— Dau. 1773 of Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— T. Marske's dam 

1759 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

' Selim 1S02 (Buzzard* 1787)— Bacchante 1809 bv W's Ditto 1800 iSir Peter T. 1781)- Dan. 
1791 of Mercury 1778) Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 of Heiod 1758 (Tartar 1743(—Folly 1771 
by Marske 17.^0 (Squirt 1732). 

Phantom 1808, Walton 1799)— Filagree 1815 bv Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 17%i— Web 
180S by \\axy 1790 (Pot-8.o-'s 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1^2 (Conductor 
1767)-Prnnella 1788 bv Hi-rhflver 1774 (Herod 1758). 



Ociaviana, 
b. m., 1815. 



i ~ "5 ~ Manuella, 



Starch, 
br. h., 1819. 



- ch. m.,1833. 



Emilins 1830 (Orville 1799)-(^ressida 18(.)7 bv Whiskev 1789 (Saltram* 17«0)— T. Giantess 

1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)-Giantes6 17("i9 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17341— 

Molly Long Legs 17.53 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1734). 
Octavian 1807 (Siripling 1795)-Dau. I8O7 of Shutile 17*5 (T. Marske 1771)— Zara 1801 by 

Delpini 17-1I (Highflyer 1774)— Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764i—Atalanta 

■" ■ 1748 (Cade 1734). 



Whii.' 
W (i 
(E((i|, 

Dick A)- 



Metonian nD3)— Dan. 1799 of Coriander 17 
Highflver 1774 (Herod I758)-Coheiress 17 
lla 1777 bv Goldlinder 1761 (Snap 17.50). 



nbvPot-8-o-'e 1773 (Eclipse 17(>4)— 
Camilla 1778 by Trentham n6(J 



Waxy Piipc IS J 



Ar. 1699 i— Ebony blk. m. 1714 by 



Joe Andrews 17 

• Woodpecker 177- 

43 )— Coquette 17 (i' 

i-xy 17!0)— Miss's 
Dau. 1793 of Drone 1777 (Herod 17.5S( Dau. 1777 of .Vlatcben 

ITCT^by Forester 174)) ( ForeetCT 1736)^ 

(Jiseau 1809 (Camillas ISOTi- Caslanea ch. m. ISO) by Gohanna 1790 (Mercurv 1778)— 
Grey Skim gr. m. 1793 by M'oodpecker 1773 1 Herod 17.58) -Silver's dam gr. m. 1780 by 
Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743('~Y. Hag gr. ra 1761 bv Skim 1746 (Starlins ITiT)- Haggr. 
m. 1741 by Crab 1733 lAlcock Ar.(— Ebony b. m. 1738 bv Flving Childers 1715 iDarley 
iaslo 1702 (BverlyTurki— Duke of Rutland's Massev mare by Maseev Bav Barb. 



184 The Breeders Hand Bonk tind Guide. 



KING ALFONSO. 



WINNER OF THE KENTUCKY ST. LEGER, TOBACCO STAKES AND GALT 
HOUSE STAKES AT LOUISVILLE, KY., AND THE LINCK'S HOTEL 
STAKES AT NASHVILLE, TENN., ALL IN 1875. 

In the Woodburn Stud, Sprhui Station, Kij., A. ■/. Alexander, proprietor. 
Application to L. Brodhead. Annual sales of yearlings in May. 

King Alfonso by imp. Phaeton, son of King Tom,, bred by Warren Viley, Esq., 
Stonewall Stud, near Midway, Ky., foaled 1872, dam Capitola. "dam of Belle Barclay 
and Hospodar by Vandal, son of Gleuooe, out of Margravine, Versaille's dam by imp. 
Margrave. 

King Alfonso's turf career was short but brilliant. He made his dehut at Lexing- 
ton, Ky.. September 6, l-i7.5, in a Sweepstakes for three-year olds, 1 mile and 1 
furlong. 90 lbs. on each. Bob Woolley won in 1.54, the fastest race ever run at the 
distance to that ilato, King Alfonso was a close second, with Katie Peuree. Ten 
Broeck, Elemi and Redman behind him ; September 9, was unplaced in Sweepstakes, 
1 mile and 5 furlongs, won by Ten Broeck in 2.49^, the fastest race ever run at that 
distance to that date. Bob Woolley being second. Louisville, Ky., September 20, 
won the Kentucky St. Leger, 2 miles, in 3.34i, beating Ten Broeck, second, 
Verdegris, third, Geo. Giahani, Voltigeur and live others ; September 24, won the 
Tobacco Stakes, mile heats, in 1.44i, 1.451^, beating Gyptis, Misdeal and three others; 
the iie\t day. S.|ilember 2.5, won Gait House Stakes, 2 mile heats, in 3.34, 3.40i, 3.49, 
bealiiin (iiiirge (iiaham, who wou the first heat by a head from King Alfonso, the 
last i|iiartcr of tlie heat being run in 2t secumls, Emma C, Add and two others. He 
eluseil the season and his turf career Kv winning the Linck's Hotel St.akes, at Nash- 
ville, mile heats, in 1.45, 1.47f, l>eaiiiig M is, li'al, Asterlite and tliree others. He was 
trained the spring of 1876, when four years old. and showed himself a l)etter horse 
than ever, but in a very fast trial struck his leg and was thrown out of training, and 
was sold to A. J. Alexander and placed iu the \\ oodliurn Stud. 

The family lias always, as a racing one, ranked one of the best in America. The 
Albert mare iirdilaeed I he famous I'i.^in' gelding and Black-eyed Susan, a superior 
race-mare, dam of Hick Sini;lei(Mi. I'lato, Mistletoe, Dick Johnson, Catharine, etc. 
Dick Singleton deieatetl tlie gieat Cullier. four mile heats ; Mistletoe won the match 
between Kentucky an<l Tennessee. Mistletoe was the dam of Evergreen by imp. 
Glcncr)e, who jiroduced Goodwood, Maggiore, Verbena, Glendower and others, and 
Marffravine, the dam of Mary Churchill, Tourist, Capitola, The Grand Dutch S., 
\'ersailles. itc. Mary Churchill was the dam of Hamburg, Wade Hampton, wiuuer 
of I Ih' S( ,|ncl Stakes at Long Branch and Saratoga in 1872, by Asteroid, and Nettie 
\'ile.\ , sIm' the dam of Conductor, Mirah, etc. The Grand Dutch S. was the dam of 
Yaudell and Lizzie Whips, both fine race-nags. 

King Alfonso is sire of Fonso, winner ot the Phcenis Hotel Stakes, IJ miles, in 
2.I0J, l)eating Kinkead, Luke Blackburn and others, and Kentucky Derby, li miles, 
iu 2.37A. Grenada, the winner of the Potomac Stakes, 1|^ miles, in'2.39J^, and Preak- 
ness Stakes, both at Baltimore, Belmont, Jerome and Lorillard Stakes at Jerome 
Park, Coney Island Derby at Sheepshead Bay, and Dixie Stakes at Baltimore, a 
miles, in 3.38, winning .§32,000 as three-year obi. At four years old, won four out of 
six starts; Peyton ll.iiulicap at Baltimore, mile heats, in' 1.43}, 1.43}, lAli, Oden 
won second heat. Other winners by him are l^uito ; Lavacca; Dodette, Ladies' Stake 
at Chicago. Telemac hiis, 1} mili\s, iu 2.09}, Go Forth, Alfambra, May Wilson, Mollie 
Brown, 5 furlongs iu 1.112, Edison, Duke of Moutalban, Mary S., Lost Cause, Wind- 
ru.sli, 2 miles iu 3.33J, and again in 3.36,1, Bayadere, Bob .lohuson. Infanta, winner of 
Eliz.ibeth Stakes at Long Brani-h, Issio, wiuuer of Ashland Oaks, Lexington, Ky., 
Katie (reel, winner of the Kentucky Oaks at Louisville, IJ miles, 2.39, and Illinois 
Oaks, Chicago. Aruo, Lady Prewitt, The Judge (Cordova),' Lorca, Mary S., Olivette, 
Vila, Don I'nlano ami (ioblen (iate, raced credital>ly in Englaml, and Foxhall won 
two out of three stakes in which he stalled .at two years old, beating the best colts of 
the year and giving weight. He wcni the Gr.uid Prize of Paris iu I'^Hl, and is the 
second horse that <!ver won the Cesarewiteb and Cambridge Handicaps in Eughind in 
one and Ww .same year. The first was Kosl^llerv, a four-year old, carrying iu the 
(i-.sarewileli 1113 lbs., and iu Caiubridgesbire 117 lbs. Foxhall, a three-year old, 
carried in the lirst 110, and in the latter 126 lbs , beating with the top weight Lucv 
Glitters (3), 91, Tristan (3), 107, Mistake (4). 102, Wallensteiu (4), 97, aud twenty- 
seven others. Ho won the Ascot Gold Clip in 1882. Other winuors by him are Bessie 
Juue, Joe Cotton, King Lee. 

(Continued on paijc 186.) 



Pot-8-o-'s 1773- Eclipse 1764-Mar8ke 1750— Squirt 1734— Bartlett's Cliilders— Darlcy Arabian 1699. 



'axv 17S0 (Pot-8-u-V 1778) Peiu'lope 17'.« bvTrumpator 1782 (Couciuctor 1TC7)— Pru- 
Dclla 1788 by Highflyer 177 1 (Hcrcid 1758)— Promise- 1768 by Snap 1T50 (Snip 173ti)- 
Jiiiia 1756 by Blanli 17-10 (Gud. Ar. naii. 
Octaviaii 1807 (Stripling 17H3I -Caprice 1797 by Anvil 1777 (lluroil l?58i-Macliap 1774 
by Eclipse 17C4 iMarslie 1750)— Siippbo 1763 by Blanlv 17-W (God. Ar. 17-i4)— Uau. 1750 
ol Blaze 1733 i Flying Cb i lilers 1715). 



UugaDtino 181:4 .Ooinmuiiore 1593)— Butterfly 1801 by Master Ba^jot 1787 (Bagot 1781 
Dan. of Bagot 1780 iHerod 17.:8)— Mother Brown 1771 by Trunnion 1747 (Cade 17345— 
1734). 

-7 1— Lady Jane 1796 by Sir Peter T. 17.S4 (High- 
I ;iiM (Herod 1758)— Captive 1771 by Matcbem 1748 
i; 17 iCade 17.341. 




f Old England 1741 (God. Ar, 
Teildv-thc-Urinilir K'/^ A-|.,ii,r; i- i; 
liver 17741 - P:ii|i'i.,; :, ,- !• I : !■ - 
(Cade 1731) (a,-|- , • ' 

Selim WOJUiiizziri :,-~,. i:,;. rli;;!,;. is'jy by W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peier T. 1784)-Dau. 

17111 of Mercury 177S i^Eclipsi; 17ii4j Dau. 1770 of Herod 1753 (Tartar 1743)-Folly 1771 

by Marske 1750 (Stiuirt 17331. 
Tramp 1810 (Dick Audi-ews 1797)— Web 1808 by Waxv 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773)- Penelope 

n9S by Trumpator 178S (Conductor 1767)-Pruuella 1788 by Higliflver 1774 (Herod 

'"" Promise 17o8 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1730) 



Orville 1799 (Beningbrongb 1791) -Eleanor 1798 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 
Giantess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 17119 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 
1734)— Molly Long Legs 1753 bv Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Marraion 1898 <Whiskey 1789i— Harpalice 1814 by Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778i— Ama- 
zon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentham 176il)-Fiactious 1792 by Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 
1764)— Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17'"' 



Emilius, 
b. h., 1820. 



Variation, 
b. m., 1827. 



Wbalebone 1807 (Waxy 1790)— Dau. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Maiden 1801 

Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774) -Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1^80 (Herod 17.58)— 

Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 17.58). 
Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799)— Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1761)~Bru- 

nette by Ainaranthus 1766 (Old England 1741)-M;iyfly 1771 by Matcliem 1748 (Cade 

1734)-Dau. 17.-)5 of Anc. Starling 17.38 (Old Starling 1727). 

Castrel 1801 ( Buzzard* 1787)— Idalia 1815 by Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Musidora 

1801 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Maid-of-all-Work 1786 by Uighflver 1774 (Herod 

i::..-i) Diiii. 1771 of Sypboii 1750 (Squirt 1732). 
C.iiii Ivji (i>,nil,i«itz 1813)— Lydia 1822 by Poulton 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Variety 

l--!^ I.v Ih.i.iiithus 1797 (Coriander 1786)-Sist. 17E0 to Swordsman by Weazle 1776 

ill.-^.ni i,..S) Dau. of Tni-k 1763 (Regulus 1739). 

Camel 1822 (Whalebone 18Ij7)— Banter 1826 by Master Heni-y 1815 (Orville 1799)-Boa- 

dicea 1807 by .Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eng 

land 1741)- Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1T34). 
Filho-da-Puta 1812 (Haphazard 1797)- Finesse 1815 by Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 

1784)-Violante 1802 by John Bull 1789 (Fortitude 1777)-Dau. 1788 of Highflyer 1774 

(Herod 1753i— Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 1764 (.Marske 1750i. 



Orville 1799 iBeningbrouiih 1791)— EmUy 1810 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 178-1)— 
Dau. 1799 of Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* i;80)— Grey Dorimaut 1781 by Doi-imant 1772 
(Otho 1760)-Dizzy 1757 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Bustard 1813 (Castrel IfOii- Johanna Southcothe 18il by Beningbrough 1791 (Kin;; 
Fergus 177.5)— Lavinia 1802 by Pipator 1786 (Imperator 1776)— Dau. 1790 of Highflyer 
1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. 1777 of Cardinal Pufl 1760 (Babraham 1740). 



Ip.-cker 1773)— Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclijise 1764) -Dan. of 
. I 175S)-D.'iu. of Alfred 1770 iMatcbem 1748)-Dau. 1770 of Engi- 



Buzzard"^ 1', 

Hightlyei 

neer 11. i6 
'.V's Ditto 1800 (Sir Pcier T. 1784)— Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 17(H)-D3U. 1776 

of Herod 1753 (Tartar 1743i-Folly 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732i— Vixen 1763 by 

Eesulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724i. 




Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)-Dau. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 
Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 17431— Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
1773 (Herod 1758)— Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 17(j4 (Marske 17501. 

Waxv 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773 1 -Pen elope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 1783 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)- Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— 
Julia 1756 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 



Whiteluck 1SU3 (Hamblotonian 179-2)-Uau. 1799 of Coriander 176 

Wildsoose 1792 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58)— Coheiress 17 

(Eclipse 1764)— Manilla 1777 by Goldfinder 1764 (Snap i;,50i. 
Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 179U-Mis6 Grimstone 1796 by Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758)— 

Dau. of Ancastcr 1768 (Blank 1740)— Dau. of Damascus Ar. 1754— Dau. of Sampson 

174 5 (Bhze 1733). 

Sir Solomon 1805 ('Tickle Toby 1786)— Dau. of Hickory 1804 (*Whip 17941— *Tram- 

lietta 1797 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Sist. 1786 to Lambinos by Highflyer 

1774 (Herod 175S)— Dau. 1775 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750). 
Orphan 1310 (Ball's Florizel 1801) -Ladv Grev 1817 by Eobin Grev 1805 (*Royalist 

17901-Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 (*Medley 1776)-Dau. of 'Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 

17 71) -Dau. of *Fearnou(;ht 17.55 (HeguluB 17.39). 

Beniugbrougb 1791 (King Fergus 1775)-Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758) — 

Termagant bv Tantrum 1760 ( Cripple 1750)— Cantatrice by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1733) — 

Dau. 1757 of Regulus 1739 iGod. Ar. 1724). 
Whiskey 17,39 (Salti-am* 17801- T. Giantess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 17G8)— 

Giantess 176') by Matchem 1743 (Cade 1734)— Mollv'Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 

(God. Ar. 1724) -Dau. of Coles' Foxbunter 1727 (Brisk 17111. 



Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)-Chestnut Skim 1794 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— 

Silver*'s dam 1780 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Y. Hag 1761 by Skim 1746 (Starling 

1727)— Hag 1744 bv Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.). 
Haiubletonian 1792 (King Fergus 1775i— Helen 1801 by Delpini 1781 (Hirhflver 1774)— 

Rosnliud 1788 bv Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 17.58)— Atalanta 1769 by Matchem 1748 

(fMde 1734) Y Las- of-lhe-I«ill 1 7.56 by Oroonoko 1 745 (Crab 1722). 

*Diomel K77 (Florizel IT'S) Casfianira 1796 bv Rockingham 1781 (Highflver 1774)— 

Tiliiha 1782 In Trentliam 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743i-Dau. of Bosp'horus 1754 

(Ba' raham 17401— l>iu. of Forester 1750 (Forester 1736). 
Hephestion 1803 cBiizzard 1787) - Roxana 1793 by *MarpIot 1781 (Highflver 1774)— 

Juliet by 'Mexican 1775 (Snap 1750)— Dau. of *Friar 1759 (South 17.50). 



'ook'. w iii|, isdi u iii|, i; h .lime Hunt 1796 by Hampton's Paragon 17S8 (*Flim- 

11.11. i:i;.-ii M< I! ' i I ;.>; Crev Figure 1747)— Slamerkin 1768 by *Wildair 1753 

_(( I'l'- i:31' III !: , 1. : i.v Cull '1739 (Fo x 1714 ). J 

illurt i;'.> lAiiir.iiii.- i:;i::. U..U. of Algeline (Dey of Algiers) -Dau. of Grey Alfred 
1799 (Liuil.-a.v's Ar.)-Dau. of Americus 1793 (*§havk 1771)-Dau. of *Medlev 1776 

(fiimcrack 17l'C)-Dau. of »Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)-Daii. of 'Fearnought 175& 
(Regulus 1739). 



186 The Breeders' lldiid Bool; and Guide. 

KINS ALFONSO— Continued. 

Kini; Alfonso is a reil bny. 16 hamls, witb a star in his forehead, anil is one of the 
trni'st and liest shapeil horses in the worhl. His heail is plain bnt well shapeil. and 
si-t njHin a good, strong' niuscnlar neck, with wide, deep throttle, the shoulders 
i>l)lii|ne. broad and well placed, and eovered with suitable nmscle ; the eliest is well 
shaped and full, witli great depth of girth, the body full and ronnd, with the finest 
bark, hip and loin ever put on a horse, being broad, well rounded and slightly 
<nr\ ed. He has great length from the i)oint of the hip to the whirlboue, tlienee to 
tile point of stille anil hocks, being full of strength and nuiscle, which run into 
broad, powerful lioeks. the legs and feet being sound and good. His temi)er is of the 
best. In ailditiou to his double cross of Gleneoe, lie has the Waxy blood tliroiigli 
Web, Whisker and Whalebone, and is inbred to Sir Archy and imp. Shark, with many 
crosses of Herod and Eclipse lu the collateral branches. 



IMPORTED KING GALOP. 

Located in the Iroquois Stud, Jns. B. Glaij, proprietor, Lexington, Kij. Terms 
annualli). Yearling sales in May each year. 

KlXG G.vLOr, bay horse, foaled 1883, bred by Mr. W. Barrow, imported by S. S. 
Howland, New York, by Galopin, son of Vedette, dam by King Tom, son of Hark- 
away, ont of Sunshine by Thormanby, etc. King Galop's breeding is gilt-edged. His 
sire Galopin, winner of the Derby in 1875, is the sire of Galliard, St. Simon, 
( )berou, Donovan, Corrie Roy and Modwena, a remarkable galaxy of winners for so 
young a horse. As a three- year old St. Simon won all of his races, which included 
tlie Epsom, Ascot and Newcastle Gold Cups and the Goodwood Cup, and all of his 
iiisjagemeuts, five in number, at two years of age. Galliard won the Chestertield and 
I'linic i)t Wales' Stakes at York, 2,0011 Guineas, St. James Palace Stakes and Prince of 
W;il,s' Stalces at Ascot, and was third for fhe Derby in 1883. Asa two-year old 
.Modwena won nine ont of twelve races. Corrie Roy won the Cesarewitch, Goodwood 
Slakes, Great Ebor Handicap, and other important races. Oberou won the Select 
stakes, was second to Ormonde for the Champion Stakes at Newmarket, and won the 
Lincolnshire Handicap and other races. Donovan won both the Derby and St. Leger 
in 889. These and winners like Fulmen, Sunshine, Little Sister, Arbaces, Galvanic, 
(iallopin Queen, etc., have established Galopin, who is by Vedette, out of Flying 
Duchess by The Flying Dutchman, as one of the most successful sires in England. 
King (ialop's dara is by King Tom, who was by Harkaway, out of Pocahontas (dam 
of Stockwell, "Emperor of Stallions," Rataplan, Knight of Kars and Knight of St. 
Patrick) by imp. Gleneoe. King Tom is the sire of imp. Great Tom (sire of General 
ll.inliug. Tyrant, Telle Doe and of the dam of Proctor Knott), of imp. Phaeton (sire 
of Tcu Broeck and King Alfonso), and of imp. King Ban (sire of King Fox iind French 
Park). King Galop's second dam was Sunshine by Thormanby, winner of the Derby 
in l-*67. 

Sunshine was a wonder on the turf. As a two-year old she was only defeated 
once, and then ran second. She won the Woodcote Stakes, at Epsom; the .Inly 
stakes, at Newmarket; the North of England Biennial Stakes, at York; the Cham- 
panne Stakes, at Doncaster ; a Sweepstakes, at Newmarket; walked over for the 
l!ivll)y st;ikes, at Newmarket ; the Troy Stakes, at Stockbridge, and a Sweepstakes, 
.11 Xinvuiarlvct. The last time she riui as a two-year old she met her only defeat in 
being beaten a head by Frivolity for the Middle Park Plate, at Newmarket, giving 
the winner .3 lbs., and beating Kingcraft (winner of the Derby), llawthorudeu 
I winner of the St. Linger) and tliirti-en others. As a three-year old Sunshine only 
started three? limes; she won the Coronation Stakes at Ascot, ran second to Gamos in 
till- Oaks, and rniished second to Nornianliy in the .\scot Triennial Stakes. In addi- 
tion to Suurav and Najioli, Sunsliine produced at the stud the winners Palermo and 
Newlield. 

Sunbeam by llie iintccl ( 'liautieloor, King Galop's third dam, was another great 
r.iie-m;ire, and .is a two-vcar old was never nnplaeed. She won the Corporation 
Stakes: the Half lloliilay'Nuisciy llandii'ap, at Manchester; the (Jraud Stand Plate, 
same jdace ; a Plate, at Newmarket. Iieatiug a lield of nineteen ; the Nursery Stakes, 
at Liverpool; ran second to Conilnctor lor a Nursery Plate, at Liverpool; second to 
iContinued on ptir 1^8.) 



llnmbletonian 1792- Kiug Fergus 177.1— Edip-i- 17(11 Miii-l;e IT.'.n Squ 



32 B;u-iletr> ChiWers-Darley Arabian lli9S). 



"I \\ahini i:s'; llijiiil',. 

li'.i W.v Malrhi'iii i; Is i ( 

.Cation isiiil i(^,.|iiiiitiU- IM 

FiiMiiv IV.r, l.v Sir rn.T 

nu8i-ii<s<i.-in(>ii,i i;;" ' 

Pilho-(la-l'iita ISI-J . llipli: 

I7i«)-l>uii. IS. II ..t :r i. 
(Eclipse 171)11 ^ 



Inlieritor, 
blk. h., 1831. 



Nell, 
gr. in,, 1831. 









a El,- 1.3 



Cobweb, 
b. m., 1S21. 



Whalebone ISO. . '. 

18UJ bv Ak-\;iii. I I 

l;r4)— 'lT-..ii.'i ■ '. , : 
BobB I . ,, , 

Y. H.'iV.i ,,. 1, [-.,_, . - 

_1TI* of Sn:.;: I ; ".' i .s,, |, ^ 

Lottery IS.'il (Tiamp 1«UI)— Hand iM 
ticipation 1802 by Beningbronirli I 
175'i (Tartar 1743)— Dau. 1758 ol SI 

Blacklock 1814 (Whitclock lh03i M 
I,i-.'llf IMIll l.v Ilanil l.-i....i:iii ;■. 

i;s(M)li^'iiiiv.">.- I,; ii ( 



i;'.l-J. !)ail I7il.i ..I i'..riaii.l.T 17SI1 (Pot-«-o-'s 1773)- 
17,1 iI1lt...1 n:,si— ('..Ijuiivs- i:sO by Pot-N-o-'s 1773 
IJoWlinder IIW (Simp li.jl.J. 

II. IsUJofOvevion 17*SlKing Fergus 1775)-Dau. 1795 
-Dau. 17SI) of Huler 1777 (Y. Mai-ske 1771)- Piracantba 

:sii. 

-.1 ;ii IV. Ill by Orville 1799 (Beningbrousli 1791)— 
i; : I : li—Dau. 1788 of Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 
^l.. ::..-; I 1732). 

:i ,111. IMU by Camillus 1803 (Hambletonian 
, , . ..nandi-i- 1786) -Flora 1789 by King Fergus 1775 

' . 11 1748 iCade 1734). 

by Wandeier 1811 (Colianna 1791) -Thalestris 
i: 11— Rival 1800 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 
,, (lle.odl7.i8). 

I— Flight 180.1 by Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 1T93)— 
1(1 1758) -Heroine 1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)— Dau. 



I Buz 



KJlofMe 
by Marske 175(i iSq 
Phantom 1803 (Walt. 
1808 by Waxy 17si.i 
17(i7)— Prunella 1788 l.y Ilig 



. .1! 17il9 (Sir Peter T. ]7S4)-An- 
. , '. I -Expectation 1779 by Herod 

s!~ 1.1 Comus 1809 (Sorcerer 1796)— 
1. . ..' .Kin^' tergns 1775) -Constimtia 1796 by Walnut 

: h y Y. Marske 1771 (Marske 1750). 

. I M)H liy W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17K4)-Uau. 

1 ; 1 1 Ii.iu. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 

Filagree 1815 by Soothsayer 1808 (Surcei-er 1786)-Web 
-'s 1773) -Penelope 1798 l>y Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
iflyerl771 (Heiod 17.^' 



Catton 180:) (Giilumpus 1802)- Orvillina 1804 by Beningbroiigh 1791 (KingFergus 1775)— 

Eyelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581— Termagant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 

17."0l— Cantatnce by Sampson 1745 (Blaze 1733). 
Amariis 1807 (Don Quixote 1784)-Selima 1810 by Selim 1802 (Buzzard* ]787)-Dau. 1791 

of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 11'64)— Editha 1781 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Elfrida 

1763 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 



Whitelock 1803 (Hambletonian 17.')2)— Dau. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o'8 17;3i- 

Wildgoose 1792 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 175S)— Coheiress 1786 by Pot-g-o-'s 177S) 

(Eclipse 17641— Manillai 177? by GoldSnder 1764 (Snap 17.50). 
Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799)- Dau. 1802 of Ovenon 1788 (King Fergus 1775)— Dau. 1796 

of Walnut 1781) (Highflyer 1774)-Dau. 1786 of Ruler 1777 (Y. Marske 1771)— Pira- 

c in tha 1772 by Matchem Kl*! Cad.' 17.'54)^ 
Whiskey 1789 (Saltram ' 



]Tr3)-Dau. 1775 of Eclip^ 
God Ar. 1724) -Dau. 17 .; 

Tm,„nal,.r 1 ,- 



irm ..f r. 



1764 



97 bv Dragon* 1787 (Woodpecker 
r-ke 1750)-Mis6 Sp'indleshanks 1770 by Omar 1752 
im 1727 (Bay Bolton 1705). 

II 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 
-Editha 1781 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Ellrida 



|.C;5<. 

- « 52 



Nabocklish, 
ch. h., 1811. 



Miss Tooly, 
b. m., 1808. 



\Vuxv 17'.K) il'ot .s-i. -s 1773. IVnclupu 1798 by Trumpator 1783 (Conductor 17671— Pru- 
nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 iHcrod 17581- Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 iSnip 17361— 
Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 iGod. Ar. 1724). 

Octavian 1807 (Stripling 17951— Caprice 1797 by Anvill777 (Herod 17581— Madcap 1774 

by Eclipse 1704. Mil ' " ' ' "' ' " ' ' " 

of Bl aze 1733. Fi> 
lugantino lfO\ ii . ;. 
Dau. of Bagot Ii .i 
Dau. of Old Ell 



; 11. Butterfly 1804 by Master Bagot 17S7 (Bagot 1780i 

Ii :. s, -Mother Brown 1771 by Trunnion 1747 (Cade 1734) — 

1,41 ,i..,d. Ar. 1724'. 
iTeddy the Grinder 1798 (Asparagus 1787)-Lndy Jane 1796 by Sir Peter T. 178-1 iHigli- 
flver 17741-Paulina 1778 by Florizel 1768 (Herod i;o8l— Captive 1771 by Matchem 1748 
lC:ade 17341— Calliope 1763 by Slouch 1747 (Cade 1734i. 



Pantaloon, 
ch. h., 1821. 



Selim 1802 I Blizzard* 17871— B.acchante 18)9 by W.'s Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784i-Dau. 

1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)-Dau. 1776 of Herod 17.58 (Tart.ir 17431— Folly 1771 

by Marske 17.-iii iSipiirt n32i-Vixen 1753 by Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 17241. 
Tramp I8U1 (Dick Andie\ys 171.7) -Web 1808 bv Waxy 17t:0 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 

179S by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor ;7C7)-Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

1753)-PriimiB e 17.iK by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 

Orville 179.) (Beningbrongh 1791) -Eleanor 1708 bv Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* n80)-Y. 

Giantess 179 1 hy Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 

17.S4)-Molly Long Legs 1753 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
Marmion i8oJ ( Whiskev 17891- Harpalice 1814 byGohaniia 179^1 (Mercury 1778) —Amazon 

1799 by Driver 1783 (trentbam 1766)-Fiactioii8 1792 by Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 17(M)— 
_Dau. 1785 i.r W..odpecker 1773 (Henid 17.58). 
Castrel I 



1801 bv 

17.581- 

Touehsli. 



.y Peruvian 18('6 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Mu8idori 
i.l-of-all-Work 1786 liy Highflyer 1774 (Herod 



, l.v 1'. 



I'ctc 



ss 



IMuIey Molncb M"'' 
br. h., 1830. 



tiiu.le 17 

■ "l.Sli; .(Irville 17'.l9. Xaiicv 1S13 liv Hick .1 

tire 18 U liy Beuiiigbrough 17(1 iKing Fergii. 

i)oge 17i.2i-Dau. of Engineer 1756 (Sampson 174) 



V Filho-da-Pula 1812 (Haphazard 17971- 
17H1I- Vi,.laiite 1802 by John Bull 178 
t .II. rod I7-.-.S.. 



Rebecca .Lottery l.SiO (Tramp 18101-Dau. 1818 of Cervanles 1806 (Don Quixote 1781)- Anticipa- 
b. m., 1831. I ''"" '803 by Bciiinehroueh 1791 (King Fergus 17751-Expectation 1779 by Herod 1753 




..;. (1 ....!■. I IS23 hy Boh Booty 1804 (Chanticleer 
.'- 1 i..iel793)-Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 

I 1 ■ ; , ..; . ,. ,.■ 17:141. 

1 K;^s IS,; bv Waxy Pope 1806 (Waxv 17P0i— Dau. 
- ;;; Browii Fannv 17'j9 by Maxiuiiii 1785 (Ever- 

1.1 I ; 7 1 . Herod 17581. 

.' I ...Ni. . is.'i l.v Phantom 1808(Walton 1799)-Filagree 1815by 
...:.. -Wil. i,s 18 by Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Penelope 

:■-' iici or 1767). ^ 

M i.o 18191-Problem ch. m. I>*a3 bv Merlin 1815 (Castrel 
s .^ !., I 1 uir.pator 1782 iConductor 17671-PrunelIa b. m. 1788 bv 
rod I ;.).si— Promise br. m. 1768 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 17.361— Julia 
k 17lt"Go(l. Ar. 17341 -Spectator's dam b. m. 1735 by Partner 
Gny Hauiboyi-Dau. of Dailey Ar. I('i99-Daii. of Byeily Turk 
Nalunil Bar J mare of Mr. TregonwelTs. 



188 The Breeders' Iliind JJo,J: ,ii,il (i/uilr. 



IMPORTED KING GALOP— Continued. 

Perfection fur the Fiiiilon Stakes, at Goodwood ; seioml to Gildcrmiro for the IJaw- 
eliti'o Proilnce Stakes, at York, and ran third in another raee. As a three-year old 
she won the Palatine Stakes, at Cliester; the Biennial Stakes, at Bath: tlie Corona- 
tion Stakes, at Aseot : a Sweejistakes, at (Joodwood; tlie Chesterfield Cup, the same 
jilaee ; the St. Leger, at Doneaster ; walked over for tlie Don Stakes and the Select 
Stakes, and ran second to Stapleton for a Handicaji Plate. As a four-year old .Sun- 
beam won a Sweepstakes at Goodwood, over the Cup course, aud ran .second to Znyder 
Zee for the Chesterfield Cup, beating twenty-one opponents. In addition to Snn- 
shino (KinK Galo])'s dam). Sunbeam produced amongst others Merry Sunshine (win- 
ner of the Zetland Stakes), and the grand race-horse Phipbns, who, as a three-year 
old. also captured the Zetland Stakes, in .adilition to tlie Column Produce Stakes, 
at Newniarliet, the Bennington Stakes, the Beaufort Produce Stakes, etc. 

King (Jalop promises well in the stud. He traces in the female line to the Royal 
marc, from which descend in direct line Woodpecker. Whalebone, Whisker, Partisan, 
imp. (Jhiicoe, Melbourne. Beud'or, Robert the Devil, Bay Middleton, imii. Mortemer 
and all the Pruuella family. 



KINGLIKE. 



WINNER OF THE NURSERY STAKES AND HARVEST HANDICAP. 

Is (I prirafe stdUioii in the BrooMale Stud of the estate of B. B. Withers. 
Yearlings sold annucdli/. 

KiXGLiKE, bay horse, foaled 1880, bred in the Brookdale Stud, by imp. King 
Ernest, son of King Tom and Ernestine by Touchstone, dam Mimi by imp. Eclipse, 
son of Orlando, graudam Hennie Farrow by imp. Shamrock, etc. Kiuglike was an 
excellent race-horse, won the Nursery .Stakes at Jeronve Park at two years old, in a 
good field of twelve colts. At three years old won purse at Monmouth Park, 1|^ miles, 
in 2.12, defeating Parole, Fair Count and Hecl-and-Toc ; won Handicap Sweepstakes, 
IJ miles, 116 lbs., in L.jSi; ran third to Pizarro and Geo. Kinney in Ocean Stakes, 
IJ^ miles, in 1.56^ ; was third to Renegade and Gonfalon, in Barnegat Stakes, 1+ miles, 
in 2.39J ; second to Little Minch in Newark Stakes, 1 mile, in 1.46^, conceding him 
a lbs., with five others behind him ; r.au third to Breeze and Rica, 1 mile, in 1.43, 
with five others behind him ; second to Pizarro, 1 mile, in 1.43J, with four others 
behind him. At four years old ran second to Miss Woodford in Coney Island Stakes, 
li miles, in l-56i, beating Miss Brewster; won Handicap Sweepstakes, If^ miles, 
beating Jack of Hearts, Aranza, and six others, time 2.03A ; won purse, IJ miles, iu 
2.1.5i, beating Vibrator; won H.arvest Hanilicap, li miles, in 2.11A, defeating Free 
(iold, Rica, Monitor, Barnes and five others; ran third to Drake, Carter andlleel-aud- 
Toe, in Monmouth Handicap, IJ miles, in 2.37i, Louisette, Monitor and Barnes behind 
him; won Handicap Sweepstakes, IJ miles, in 2.11^, Monitor and three others behind 
him; was third to Tom Martin aud Ferg Kyle in Twin City Handicai), 1^ miles, in 
2. lOj^, fifteen others behind him. Hois descended from a grand racing family. From 
it caino Electra, dam of Rebecca, Marian, Winifred, Elizabeth (dam of Eminence), 
Hidalgo, El Dcuado, Yolaudo (dam of Beverwyck) and Fitz James, also Hennie Fai'- 
row, I<la, Ma<lam Bosley. Hennie Farrow being the dam of Privateer, Ballerina 
(dam of Ballet (iirl, Balinette, Countess Zicka and Lou Spencer), Mayflower (dam of 
Joe Hooker, Wild Hose, Warwick and Annie Laurie), Jlimi (dam of Mark, Mikado, 
Viceroy and Stately), the successful sire Shannon, the good racehorse and sire Flood, 
and the great raco-marc MoUic McC.nty, dam of Fallen Leaf and Mollio McCarty's 
Last. 

Kiuglike has only covered a lew maics. IhiI is th(^ sire of those good horses 
Chiirh'y Post. Text and On- l.auia (nmld .•.ill, .-i winner. 



Pot-8-o-'s irra— Eclipse 17ii4— Marskc 1750— Squirt 173a— Bartlett's Childers— Darley Arabian 1699. 



H S 



fij= ii'i 



!|S"; 



ili'i- lTK-2 (Cunductor ITIi'i- Pru- 
K(i8 by Siiajj 175(J ^Suip 173(1)— 



Wuxv 1790 (P(it-8 ci-'8 17731 IVncJope 171IM by T 

nella 1788 bv Hi^hflver 1774 (lleiod 17581 -Pr., 

Julia 175ii by Blauk 171(1 (God. Ar. 17S4i. 
Octavian 1807 (Stripling ]795)-Caprice 1797 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758)— Madcap 1774 

by Eclipse 17(il iMarBke noO)-Sapphu 176i Dy Blank 1740 iGod. Ar. 17241— Dau. 1750 

of Blaze 1733 (Flj-ing Childers 1715 



Nabocklisli, 
ch. h., 1811. 



Miss Tooly, 
b. in., 18J8. 



Sultsu, 
b. h., 1816. 



Clare, 
b. in., 18J4. 



Riigantino 1804 iCouimodore l(»3i— Butterfly 18U4 by Master Bagot 1787 iBa!;ot 1780)— 
Dan. of Bagot 1780 iHerod n5S)-MoIber Brown mi by Trunnion 1747 (Cade 1734) — 
Dan. of Old England 1741 (God. Ar. 1724i. 

Teddy-the-Grinder IJ.S (A-para-u8 1787)-I,;idy Jane 179(ibv Sir Peter T. 1T84 (High- 
flyer 17r4)-Paulina 1778 by Florizel 1768 (Herod n58i-Captive 1771 by Matchem 
i :4.j iCade 17.-.4) -Calliope 1763 by slouch 1747 iCade 173l i. 

Selim 180-J (Buzzard' 1787) -liatchante I80H bv We Ditto 1800 (Sir Peier T. 1784)— 
Dau. 1791 of .Mercury 1778 (Ec/ipse 1764)— Dau UTii of Herod 1758 (Tartar nijt— 
Polly 1771 by Maiske 1750 (Squii-t 1732). 

Tramp 1810 iDick Andrews 1797)— Web 1803 by Waxv i;90 iPot-8-o-'s 17731— Penelope 
•1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1768)— Prvmella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 
17581 -Promise 1768 bv Snap 1750 (Snip 17361. 



: m o ~ , Hanghter of, 

jS :=.= b. m., 1802. 



Orville 17'.«) (Beningurongh 1791)- Eleanor 1798 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram' 1780)— 
Y. Giantess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Floiizel 1768)— (iiantess 1769 by Matchem 1748 
(Cade 1734)-Molly Long Legs 17."!3 by Kabraham 1740 iGod. Ar. 17^4). 

Marinion 180B (Whiskey 17891— Harpalice 1814 by Gohanna 17'.:0 (Mercury 1778)— Ama- 
u 179>i by Driver 1783 (Treutliam 17601-Pjactious 1792 by M(r(.ury 1778 (Eclipse 
141 D.iu- 178') of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758i. 

Waxy 1790 (P(it-8-o-'s 1773) -Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 17671— Pru- 
nella 178Nby Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17581-Piomise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36)- Julia 
1756 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Selim 18J2 (Buzzard* 1787i -Maiden 1801 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 1788 
of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758)— Matron n82 by Florizel HBS (Herod 17581— 
Maiden 1770 by Matchem 174s (Cade n.34i. 



Orville 1799 (Beninghrongh 17911 



17841— Sophia 1798 by Buzzard* 178" (Woodpecker 17731— Huncamuiica 1787 by High 
flyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Cypher 1772 by Squirrel 1!54 (Travel' 



Mis^Sophia 1805 by Sianiford 1594 (Sir Peter T. 
ncamuiic; 

, -,, -,-- .- ler 17.3.=.) 

Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eneland 1741)— 
Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734i— Dau. 1755 of Anc. Starling 1738 (Starling 

1727) -Look-at-me-Lads 1731 by Grassho pper (Byerly Turk ). 

Waxy 1790 (Pot-S-o-'s 1773)-Penelope 1798 by Trumpalor 1782 (Conductor K67)— PW- 
nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.^8)- Promise 1768 by Snap 17.0 (Snip 1736)— 
Julia 1756 bv Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 
Delpini 1781 (Highflyer 1774) -Tipple Cvder 1788 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764)— 
Sylvia 1783 by Y. Ma:-8ke 1771 (Marske 17E0)— Ferret 1765 by Broth, to Silvio (Cade 
17:34) -Dan, of Regulns 1731 iGod. Ar. 1724). 



Tiresias 1816 (Soothsayer 1808)— Rivulet 1813 bv Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dan. 

179.3 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse I764i— Huncainnnca 1787 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

17.58l-Cvplier 1772 bv Squirrel 1754 (Traveller 17.35i. 
Bustard 18(i| i Knz/ar.l » 1787)-Dau. 1813 of Election 1804 (Gohimna 17!!fli-Dau. 1791 of 

Highflyer i;;i dliicd I758i-Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (.Marske 1750)-Riisebud 1765 

by Snap K'.d ('iii|) i:."6l- 



Whalebone 1807 (Waxv 1790) -Dau. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Maiden 1801 

by Sir Peter T. 17'84 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 1758i— 

Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Herod 1758). 
Master Henry 1815 (Or\ille 1799)-Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17641— 

Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old England 1741)-Mavfly HTl bv Matchem 1748 

(Cade 17341— Dau. 17.55 of Anc. Starling 1738 (Starling 17271. 



Kite, 
b. m., 1821. 



Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787i-Dau. 1808 of Walton 1799 (Sir Peter T. 17841— Y. Giantess 

1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768i— Giantess 1769 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 

Molly Long Legs 17.':3 by Babrabam 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 
Bustard 1813 (Castrel 1801) Olyinpia 1815 by Sir Oliver 1800 iSir Peter T. 1784)- Sco- 

tilla 1795 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 17.58'I-Scota 1783 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17501— 

Harmony 1775 bv Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 



Selim ISO' (Buzzard* 1787i-Eacchante 1809 by W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 17&li-Dau. 

1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 17431 -Folly 1771 

by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732). 
Phantom iai8 (Walton 17991— Filagree 1815 by Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 1796)- Web 

180S by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8 o-'s 17731— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

176 7)-Prnnella 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758' 



Godolphin, 

b. h., 1818. 

Sister to 

Cobweb, 

ch. m., 1820. 



Partisan 1811 (Walton 1799i— Ridicule 1810 by Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske 1771)— Dan. 1792 

of Dungannon 1780 (Eclipse 1764) -Letitia 1783 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dan. 

of MatcTiein 1748 (Cade 1734). 
Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799) -Filagree 1815 by Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 1796)— Web 

180-1 by Waxy 1790 (Poi-8-o-'s 177.3) -Penelope 1793 by Tmmpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767) -Prunella 1788 by High flyer 1774 (Herod 1758). 



:5 ^, 



Walton, 
b. h., 1799. 



Reveller, 
b. h.,1815. 



NancvNichol, 



Sir Peter T. 1784 dligbflver 1774)- Arethusa 1792 bv Dungannon 1780 (Eclipse 1764)— 

Dau. 1777 of Pro|ihet 1760 (Regnlus 1739)-Virago 1764 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Dau. 

of Regnlus 1739 (God, Ar. 1724l. 
Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 1778)— Dan. 1800 of Trumpator 1782 (Condnctor 1767)— 

Dau. 1793 of Highflver 1774 i Herod 17581— Othoethea 1772 by Otho 1760 (Moses 1746)— 

Dan. 1764 o( Snap 17.50 (Sni p 17.36 i. 

Comus 1809 (SoiceriT 1796i-Rosette 11-03 by Beninghrongh 1791 (Kins Feigns 17751— 

Rosamond n>s I,,- Tandem 1773 (Syphon 17501— Tuberose 1772 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 

17431— (!ny ^ ;, Ihil' I ; 45 by Starling 1787 (Bay Bolton 170.5). 
Rubens 180". r.ii, ar.i 1 ;s7)— Little Folly 1806 by Highland Fling 1798 (Spadille 1784)— 

Harriet K'ci In x.iMniirer 1780 (Eclipse 1764)- Dau. 1785 of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 

_17ls :\I:i-i il a ir;i by Marske n.SO (Squirt 17.32). 

Whc I . k 1- :: II (iijl)l.t..nian 1792)- Dan. 1799 of Coriander 1786 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— 

\\||'i'''- i:'i; In- lli-hflver 1774 (Herod 17.58)-Coheiress 1786 by Pot-8-o-'8 1773 

(Eli :-.■ K'.h Manilla 1777 bv Goldflnder 1764 (Snap 17501. 
Dick Andrews 1797 (.Joe Andrews 1778)-Mandane 1800 by Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 

17641-Y. Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod n58i-Camilla 1778 by Trentham 

""■■ iT, Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1765 by Conipton Barb. 



Pacolet 1806 (*Citizen 1785)-Madam Tonson 1814 by To> Gallant (G.aliatin 1799)- 
Dau. of Barry's Grey Mcdiev (*Medley 1776)— Dan. of *Oscar (Y. Snip 1730i— 
Dan. of *Fearnouu'ht 17.") - licgnliis 17391. 

*Eagle 1796 (Volunteer 178()r Bet B^wlev ch. m. 1815 by WTlkes' M'onder 1800 (*Diomed 
l.,7)-Sinimcs' br. in. bv Chanticleer (S^^nmes' Wildair 17671— Dan. of 'Stirling 1791 
(Volunteer 1780) - Dau. of clodius 1778 (*Jann8 1746)-Dan. of *Silvereve ((Jullen 



Dan. of 'Moukey 17 



Ar.i -Dan. of Jolly Roger 1741 (Roundhead 1733)-Dau. of *Partner (Partner 1718 
(Lonsdale Biy .\r.)— Imported mare from the Stud of Mr. Harrison of Brandon. 



190 The Breeders' Hmi,J R,:,k and Guide. 



IMPORTED KINGSTON. 

Owned hi) Messrs. S. Sariford & Son, Hurricane Stud, Aiiistcrdam, X. Y. 
Yearlings sold annualUj. 

KiN'GSTOX, cliestnnt liorse, foaled 1882, bred liy JMr. S. Mason, imported 1887, by 
Hampton, son of Lord Clifden (winner of the St. Leger) and Lady Laugdeu, daui of 
Sir Bevys by Kettlednini (winner of the Derby), son of Rataplan, own brother to 
.Stockwell, ont of Haricot (dam of that marvellous mare Caller On), which was out of 
tlie famous Queen Mary (dam of imp. Bonnie Scotland, Blink Bonny, winner of the Derby 
and Oaks, and dam of Blair Athol, winner of the Derby, St. Leger, etc.). Hampton 
was a first-class race-horse, winner of the Goodwood and Doncaster Cups, in addition 
to the Northumberland Plate, and also the Goodwood and Metr()]iolitan Stakes, etc. 
At the stud his services have always been in the greatest demaud, and he lia& 
stood at the head of the winning stallions iu England, where his book was full three 
years iu advance. He has sired Merry Hampton (winner of the Derby), Ayrshire 
(winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Derby, etc.), Reve d'Or (winner of the Oaks, etc.), 
Royal Hampton (winner of the City and Suburban, etc.). Gay Hampton (a good Stake 
winner) and hosts of other good ones. Last Love, Kingston's dam, produced the 
winners Courtier by King of Trumps, Hymen and Bonaparte by Voltigeur, and 
Mandevillo by Mandrake. Her sire, Annandale, a son of Touchstone, ran second in 
the Derby to Merry Monarch, beating Weatherbit, Idas, Mentor, John Davis and 
twenty-five others. He also ran second to Weatherbit in a Sweepstakes of 300 sover- 
eigns each, 3| miles, at Goodwood ; ran second to Queen Mab in the Ascot Stakes, beat- 
ing twelve other cracks ; won Her Majesty's Plate at Chester, about 2^ miles ; won the 
Queen's Plate, 3 miles, at Shrewsbury ; won the Caledonian Handicap, 2 miles, car- 
rying top weight, in addition to other good performances. He was a half brother to 
one of the greatest of all race marcs, viz., Alice Hawthorn (dam of Thormanby, win- 
ner of the Derby, and also of those grand performers Oulston, Findou, Lady Haw- 
thorn, Conw(dd and Sweet Hawthorn, whose daughter, Rebecca, was a star of the 
first magnitude, and another of her daughters, Fleur d'Orauger, also proved a winner, 
and produced the winner Grallab). Fair Helen, another of Annandale's half sisters, 
produced Lord of the Isles, who won the 2,000 Guinoas and sired the great Scottish 
Chief, etc. 

Executrix, the grandam of Kingston, was by Liverpool (sire of Lanercost), and a 
half sister to the great race-horse Inheritor, winner of many gold cups. King's and 
(Queen's Plates. Kingston only started in one race at Kempton Park, when ho ran into 
a fence and was permanently injured in his shoulders. He is a horse of fine size and 
great substance, handsomely bred from a great racing family. 

From the Layton Bar)) nnire have descended in direct female line Voung Grey- 
hound, Cartonch, Matchem, Young Cade, Drone by Herod, Audubon, Pbilannuoii, 
St. Houorat, Kentucky, Daniel Boono, Gilroy, Iroquois and all the Magnolia family. 



Waxy irno— Pot-8-o-'s 1773— Eclipse ITfli— Marske 1750 -S(|nirt r. ;j earllett'e Chiia.TS-Darley Arabit 



1 16>)9. 



Camel, 
br. h., ISS. 



Dr. Syntax, 
br. h., 1811. 

Tomboy's 

dam, 

oh. m.. 1S17. 



Hum prey 

Clinker, 

b. h., 18J2. 

Daughter of, 

b. m., 1825. 



VVIiaU-bouL- isor (Waxv i;:i i) liau, 1--1-,' ol Sciim IsujdJu/.zaiil- 17s;) - Maidi-n 18 1 b7 
Sirl'.tLT T. l;,si liliglalyLT irM) Dau. i;ss of I'henoiiicuon Vint iH^-rod 1738)— 
Matron 1783 by Florizel 1708 iHeroil 17.)8). 

Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799)— Boadicea )8()7 by Alexander 178i (Eclipse 17W)— Bru- 
nette by Amaranthus 17ijti (Old England 1711)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 174,8 (Cade 



Payuati 
Mole 



Da 



i>f Alio. Starlin g i;38 (Starling 17-.'7 ). 



175J) -Ferret 17B5 by Br.itb. to ; 



"r 1782)— Dau. of Beniogbrough 1791 (King Fergus 177,i)— Jenny 
■ 177-2 (Babraham Blank 1758)-Dau. 1773 of Prince T'Quassaw 
^a 17.59 by Regulus 173» (God. Ar. 1734). 

Isl^ liv Whitwortb 1805 (Agonistes 1797)— 
■ 1 -^N I'via 1783 by Y. Marske 1771 iMarske 



linker 1805 (Sir Peter T. 17S1)— Pewet 
i;ant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple IToO)- 



Voltaire, 
br. h., 1836. 



"3 g Martha Lynn, 
> . -br. m., 1837. 

.o ; 

-.-o" I The B.irnn, 
3x ch. h., 1842. 

3'^^.= I Pocahontas, 
:iS~' b. m., It-37. 



Comus 1809 (Sorcerer 17'.! 

i;8tj by Tandem 1773 (S>pho: 

CantJitrice by Sampson 174 > iBI 
Cervantes 180J (Don Quixote 1784)- Dau. 1818 of Golumpus 1808 (Gohanna 1790)— Dan. 

1810 of Paynator 1791 (Trumpaior 178-J)-Circle 1802 by St. George 1789 (Highllver 

1774 )— Abigail 1788 by Woodpecker 1773 iHerod 17,58) 



- S~ .;- The Provost, 
".S-'.al br. h., I83J. 







Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803)— Dau. 181ii of Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799)— Dau. 1802 

of Overton i;88 (King Fergus 1775)— Dau, 1796 of Walnut 1786 (Highflyer 1774)— Dau. 

1780 ..f Kuler 1777 (Y. :Mar-ke 1771) 

Vu) •■■ 1 ;• .r-:ih- ; ii -, • -; i by Filho-da-Puta 1812 (Haphazard 1797)- 

T , I I Ionian 1792)— Dan. 1804 of Hvacinihus 1797 

• :: 1 ■ ! I JUS 1775 (Eclipse 1764). 

ii. i; : I - ! ; , , I, — Echidna 1838 by Economist 1825 (Wliisker 

<•-■ Blacklock 1S14 (Whitelock 1803)-Gadabout 1812 by Orville 

' 1 -Minstrel 1808 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774)," 

I . I— Marpessa 1830 by Mnley 1810 (Orville 179:t)-Clare 1824 by 

I ;n9)- llai pnlice 1814 by Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)- Ama- 

I'l'r n-li !!■, 1,. Hi. ] 

li I ' 1 '"cca 1831 by Lottery 1820 (Tiamp 18101— Dim. 

I )— Anticipation 1802 by Beninebroui:h 1791 
Herod 1758 (Taitar 1743). 
Liverpool 1828 (Tramp IHlOj -Otis 1H2'I by Bustard 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)— Diiu. 1813 of 
Election 1»)1 (Gohanna 1790)— Sist. 1791 to Skysweeper by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 
-"i8)-Dan. 1778 of Eclipse 17M (Marske 1750). 



I 1799 by Dr 



The Saddler 18;8 (Wave 
1818 of Cervantes 1806 i 
(King Fergus 1775)— Exp. 



Tramp 1810 (Dick Andrews 1797)— Dau. 1823 of Whisker 1812 (Waxv 1790)— Mandane 

180O by Pot-8.o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 17t>4)— Y. Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 

17.58)-Camilla 1778 by Trentham 176li (T. Sweepstakes 1743). 

Bustard 1801 (Buzzard* 1787)— Dau. 1813 of Election 1804 (Gohanna 1790)— Sist. 1791 to 

Skysweeper by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17S8)— Dau. 1778 of Eclipse 1764 (Marske 17;0)— 

Ro sebud 1765 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736). 

rinHintr>r iPartisau 1811 (Walton 1799)— Pauline 1826 by Moses 1819 ([Whalebone or] Seymour 
,.h r iSi! lSO;)-Qnadrill> 1815 bvSelim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787')-Canary Bird 1806 by [Whiskey 
cu, u., 10.3J. jjj,-j j;„,.,.grer 1796 (Trnmpator 17x;) Canary 1797 by Coriander K8i; (Pot-8-o's 1773). 
■n.„„i.i,fo,. ,^r Plenipotcnnary ls:ll iKinilm- I'-i-.'Oi Mvnl.a 1.^3 i by Wlialrbmie IS'i: iWaxv 1790)— 
1, m fil", I G'f I'^l" '"■ "'^'- '-"lii'i.'^i ISIil (in.liami.i 179111 Din. IH.-J of sir Pn- 1 T. 1784 (High- 



oi Whnlehnnt. ,Waxy 179.) (Pot-8-o-'s 177:;)- Penelope 1798 by Tnimpiitor 1782 (Conductor 17(57)— Pru- 

-2i ** iiaieuoue, nplla ir.^W hv Hicrhflv^ir im (Rernfl 1C.f\«\_T>i-nmieo TTRtt hw Qtion ir--.n /«iiip 17;J())_ 



hf5 br, h„ 1807, 



= ?".• 



D«ii<»hfpr of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)— Maiden 180 
,, m ,it? 1"^ "f Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 17,58)- 
• ' ' • Maiden 1770 by ilatchem 1748 (Cade 17; 



erta 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)"— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Sn 
Julia 1756 by Blank 1740 (God, Ar, 1724). 
,.., „ -. ., ^^,yj ^y g.j. p^j^^ ^ j.g^ (Highflyer 177 

,5S)-Matron 1782 by Florizel 1768 (Hero 

j (Cade 1734), 

Mnato, CTonrv. >-">dle 1799 ( Beuingbrough 1791)-Miss Sophia 1805 by Stamford 1794 (Sir 
h h i«i ^ 1784)-Sophial798'by Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)-Huncamunca 1787 

' ° I flyer 1774 i Herod 17.58)— Cypher 1772 by Squirrel 17.54 (Traveller 1735), 
RooHiVoa 'Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old England 174 
Doaoicea, , ^y j--.j ^^ Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734)-Dau. 17,55 of Anc. Starling 1738 
1727) -Look-at-me-Lads 1731 by Brist. Grasshopper (Byerly T.). 



b. m., 1807, 



1 1". 



TVnmn ^''^^ Andrews 1797 (Joe Andre\vs 1778)— Dau. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 1778)— 
V, h iKin ' Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 17('.6 (T. Sweepstakes !743)-Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 
D. n., loiu. J--3 (Herod 1758)-Everlasting 1775 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750). 
MnnflaTip Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Y. Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58')-Ca- 
luaiiuouc, jj,j,|^ j__g ^ Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1765 by the Compton 
ch. m„ 1800, I Barb-Sist, 1743 to Regulns by God. Ar. 1724, 



Don Quixote 1781 (Eclipse 1701)- Evelina 1791 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Terma- 
gant by Tantrum 1760 (Cripple 1759)— Cantatrice by Sa'mpson 1745 (Blaze 17,33)- Dau, 
17.57 of Regains 17.39 ((iod. .-Vr. 17C4). 

" " "" -Dan. 1758 of Skim 1746 (Starling 17^71-Dau. 

ster 1743 by Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.)— Spinster 

'718 (Jigg). 

"oeAn(ln\.- ,!: ;-i' )7(>4)— Dau. 1790 or Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Dau. 1777 of 

Cardiual 1': i; ; i.iluaham 1740'I—Dau. 1768 of Tatler 17.54 (Blank 1740)— Bav Snip 
174'i;)y s: i. ,; . , ,11 ('Inldersl715). 
lOhanna 1790 i.Mrr.anv 1778)— Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 
17W)-Dau. 1785 of Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 1758)— Everlasting 1775 bv Eclipse 1764 
(Marske 1750)-nviena 1762 by Snap 17.50 (Snip 1736). 



1I.TI ui negiuus i..3;h ((ioq. at. iV-4). 
Anticipation, Beniiigbrough 1791 (Kiiig Fergus 1775)-Di 
eh in l-;0> 17ol of Janus 173.! iG.xl. Ar. 1724)-Spinste 
_Z__ (the W i 1 !■ ii „^ ,11 ,,, iipi 173,5 by Partner 17 



Waxy 1790(P«t-8-o--B 1773)-Penelope 1798 by Tnimpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)—] 
nella 178-1 by highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 1768 bv Snap 1730 (Snip 17:aii)- 
Julia 1756 by Blank 1710 (God. Ar, 17-241. 

Pot-s-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Y. Camilla 1787 bv Woodpecker 1773 (Herod 17.58)- Ca- 
milla 1778 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Coquette 1765 by the Compton 
llaili Sisr 174-! t.. Hcjulns by God. Ar. 17-24, 

HiLhihrr ii;i (il,i,,d 1 ;,-,,><) -Papillon 1769 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Miss Cleveland 
i; ,s i,v Ili'L-ulii- ilili (Gn,|. Ar. 17241— Midge by a Son of (Bay Bolton 1703)— Dan. of 
Baitleir- I hii,:,.,- Hailpv Ar. 1C991. 

4) -Dau. 1777 of Prophet 1760 (Regulns 1739)— Virago 1764 



te - o ■ 



1 ir 



Arethnsa, Diinga 
ch m 179' bySnal. 
en, m. i,B., ,j^ j,^.,^!^ 

Beuiug- King Fer.- 
brongh, ; Match.n 
b, h., 1791. Slamerki 
Expectation Herod 175H (Tartar 1743) Dau. 175< ,.f M,,i,, i:i,, ■- 
"T. m 1779 l~i8 (God. Ar. 17211 Spinster gr. m. Ill ; In Crab 
_^^^_^__ Widdrington mare) ch. m. 1735 bv Partner i7ls (J 
irai by Bloody Buttocki 



Dan. of Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. ]724)-Sist. 1750 to Othello 



,-, l.il.i;-,- 1764)— Dim. 
(Cade 173 0-lluei r- 
17-;9bv Y. TnieBluc i;is 



i (Tartar 17431— Pvrrha 1771 br 
- 1742 (God. .\r". 1721)— Miss 



. 1710 by Makeless (Oglethorpe Ar. 
worth— Layton Barb .Mare. 



liiiL.' 1727'- Dau. 1751 of Janns 

1-22 (.\lcock .\r.)-Spinster (the 

.') Bay Bloody Buttocks b. ra. 

Sist. 17-2? to Guv bv Greyhound (ChillJibv)— Bromi Farewell 

Dau. of Brimmer (D'Arcy Yellow tur"k)— Dau. of Place's White Turk— Dau. of 



192 The Breeders^ Hand Book and Guide. 



KNIGHT OF ELLERSLIE. 

The propertii of L. 0. Applebi/, 2Ionimuth County, N. J. 

KxiGHT OF ELLERSLIE, bay liorse, foaled 1881, bred by Capt. K. J. Hancock, 
EUerslie Stud, Va., by Eolua, son of imp. Leamington and Fanny Washington by 
Revenue, son of imp. Trustee, dam Lizzie Hazlewood by Scathelock, sou of imp. 
Eclipse, grandam War Song, tbo dam of Eole, St. Saviour, Eon, etc., by the great 
War Dance, tracing through Eliza Davis, dam of War Cry, to the noted imp. Melrose 
by Melbourne, she the dam of Target (the dam of Creedmoor, Britomarte, Eifle, etc.), 
Moss Rose (the dam of Hard Wood, Ben Wade, etc.), Melbourne Jr., John Porter, 
etc. Lizzie Hazlewood's colts all race, she being the dam of Knight of EUerslie, 
Thomasia, Charlie Dreux, winner of the Van Courtland Stakes, Westchester Handi- 
cap, defeating the noted Firenzi, Charley Arnold, etc. 

Knight of EUerslie was a superior race-horse. When three years old won a purse, 
1 mile, with 95 lbs., in 1.49^; won Army and Navy Stakes, 1\ miles, 118 lbs., on 
heavy track, in 2.01A ; won Vernal Stakes, 1 mile, 110 lbs., in 1.45 ; won Preakness 
Stakes, li miles, in 2.39^, 110 lbs., and was second to Panique in the Belmont 
Stakes, li miles, in 2.42, with Himalaya and Vocalic behind him. He was unplaced 
in the Emporium, in which race he was injured and did not start again. 

Knight of EUerslie descends in direct feuiale line from a sister to Old Merliu by 
Bustler, to which trace Dr. Syntax, the sire of the noted Bee's-wing, Little Red Ro\er, 
sire of the dam of Buccaneer. 



Put-8o-'s 17T:!— Eclipsp I'M Marske ITSIV-Scinirt 173-'— Bartlett'B Childers-Darley Arabian ]60n. 



§ 

9! ^ 



g'i 



Peri, 
b. m., 185 



Waxv niKi il'ot s o-'s 177:11 l'LiirIo|,c iT'.iS bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor I767)-Pra- 

m'llu 17^s l)v lliLhllvrr 1774 llrrcl 17:)Hl— Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 i.Suip 17'K)- 

Julia 17:'i liv Iliaiik i;4" l.nd. Ar. 17-J4i. 
Waiulerir 1-^li linluuii];! 17 n Thai. -Iris 18119 by Alexander 1782 1 Eclipse nfrfi-Rival 

IsiHlliv Sir PitiT T. 17M lli^hllvri 17711- Hornet 17;") by Drone 1777 (Herod ITS!)— 

_ Muiiilla 1777 by (JuKlliiciir I7(.l Siiai, 1750^ 

jCliaiiticiccr 17s7i\VoiidpecKcr 17;3i Icinc 17'J0 by Baiiot 1781) iHerod 17581- Dau, of 

Oamahoe (Bustard 17411— Palty by Tim 1752(Squirt 1732)— Miss Patch 1737 by Justice 
1 1725 iH. C. Litton Ar.l. 
Ir. Esciipe 1802 (Commodore 17931-Y. Heroine bv Bajot 1780 iHerod 1758) -Heroine 

1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade l"34i-Dau. 17tj6 of Snap 1750 (Snip 17361- Sist. 1743 to Ke- 

sulusbv God Ar. 17^1. 



Laurel, 

br. h , 1824. 

Maid of 

Honor, 

br. m., Ih29. 



Miecbief, 
b. m., 1826. 



Buzzard* 17b7 (Woodiieclccr 17731— Dau. of Alexander 17(-2 (Eclinee 1704)— Dan. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod n58)-Dau. of Alfred 1770 iMatchem 1748)— Dan. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 1750 iSampsdn 17451. 

Peruvian 18110 (Sir Pcttr T. 1784)- Musidora 1604 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Maid- 
of-all-Work nsd bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758) -Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Sqnirt 
1732)-1).1U. of Rcijlllu s 1730 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Blackluck 1814 I Whitelock 18031— Wagtail 1818 by Prime Minister 1810 iSancho 1801)— 
Tninliy*'s dam 1812 by Orville 1799 iBeningbrough 1791i-Miss Giimstone 1796 by 
Weazle 1776 (Herod I7.'j8)-Dau. of Ancaster 1708 ( Blank 1740i. 

Champion 1812 iSelim l.'-02i— Etiquette ISiO by Orville 171i9 (Beningbrough 1791)-Boa- 
dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 17tV4l— Brunette by Amaranthus 1760 lOld Eng- 
la nil 17451— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 17341. 

Golumpus 1802 ((iohanna 1790i-Lucy Gray 1804 bv Timothy 1794 (Delpini 1781 1— Lucy 
1789 by Florizel 1768 (Herod i758i— Frenzy 1774 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750i— Dan. 
of Engineer 1750 (Sampson 1745i. 

Whisker 1812 (Waxy 1790i— Gibside Fairy 1811 by Hermes 1790 (Mercury 17781— Vicissi- 
tude laiO by Pipator 1786 dmperator 1776i-Beatrice 1791 by Sir Peter T. 1784 (High- 
flver 1774 — Pvrrha 1771 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 17341. 



Sir Aichv 1805 (*Diomed 1777i— Dau. of 'Citizen 17K) (Piu-olet 1763i-Dau. of Commn- 

tation ISynimes' Wildair 1767i— Dan. of *Dare Devil 1787 iMaguet 1770)— Sally Shark 

by *Shark 1771 (Marske 17501. 
Virginian 1815 (Sir Archy IgOSi- Dau. of *Bedfoid 1702 (Dungannon 17801— Dau. of 

Bellair 1781! (*Medley 17761— Dau. of*Shark 1771 iMarske 1750|-Dau. of Symmes' 

Wildair 17.17 .•Fearnought 17.i5). 



Daughter of, 



*Dioineil 1777 (Florizel 17681— 'Castianira 1790 bv Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Tabitha 1782 bv Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743i-Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 

( Babraham 1740i- Dau. of Forester 1750 (Forester 1730). 
*Chance 1797 (Lurcher 1789i-Dau. of »Eagle 1790 (Volunteer 1780)— Maria 1805 by Bay 

Yankee (President 17881— Green's Celer'mare by Meade's C'eler 1774 (* Janus 1746)— 

Dau. of Partner 1755 (*TraYeller 17471. 



Sir Archy 1805 ('Diomed 1777)-Dau. 17SI8 of *Dare Devil 1787 (Magnet 1770)- Dau. 179S 
of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 (*Fearnought 1755i- Piccadilly bv Y. Fearnought 1777 
(•Fearnought 1755i-Dau. of Godolphin 1770 (*Feamought 1755'). 

•Speculator 1795 (Dragon* 1787i-Pomiiadour by 'Valiant 1756 (Dormouse 17.38)— 
*Jennv Cameron bv ('uddy 1727 (Fox 1714i — Miss Behoir by Grey Grantham (Brown- 
li.w Turk) Dau. of Paget Turk. 



II, ^ 



Eh§ 



Camel 1822 (Whalebone 1807)-Banter 1826 by Master Henry 1815 (Orville 17991— Boa- 
dicea 1-07 bv Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)- Brunette by Amaranthus 1760 (Old Eng- 
land 1741 1— jlavfly 1771 bv Matchem 1748 (Cade 1734). 
Lan^'ar 1817.Selim 18ii2i-Ivite lt21 by Bu.=tard 1813 (Castrel 1801i-Olympia 1815 bv Sir 
I Oliver ISOO (Sir Peter T. 17841-Scotilla 1795 by Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758i— Scota 1783 
bv Eclipse 17.>4 (Marske 1750i. 



Middleton, 
b. h., 1833. 
Flycatcher, 
ch. m., 18)1. 



Sultan I816 (Selim 180:;)— Cobweb 1821 bv Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799)— Filagree 1815 
by Soothsaver 1808 (Sorcerer 1796)— Web 18(8 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)— Pene- 
lope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767). 

Godolphin 1818 (Partisan 18111- Sist. 18S0 to Cobweb by Phantom 1808 (Walton 1799)— 
Filagree 1815 by Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 1796i-Web 1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'8 
Penelope 1798 by 'frumpator 1782 (Conductor 17671. 



fe! 


"_ 


:r, 




03 








fc: 


" 


m 





h 




> 




f,. 


> 



Soniers, 
b. in., 1811. 



Ga 

Zingaiiee, 

b. h., 1828. 

Stella, 

b. m., — . 



Catton 1809 (Golumpus Ifc02)-Emma 1824 by Whisker 1812 ( Waxv 1790i-C;ib8ide Fairy 

1811 bv Hermes 1790 (Mercury 1778i-Vicissitnrie 1800 by Pipator 1786 dmperator 

17761- Beatrice 1791 by Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774i. 
Sir Charles 1816 (Sir Archy 1805i— Mischief 1826 bv Virginian 1816 ( Sir Archy 1805)— 

Dau. of *Bed!ord 17B2(Dnngannon 1780i-Dau. of" Bellair 1786 (*Medley 1776i— Dan. 

of *Shark 17n iMarske 17.=0i. 
Sir .\rchy 1805 i*Diomed 17771- Miss Chance bv *Chance 1797 (Lurcher 1789)— Dau. of 

'Eagle 1793 (Volunteer 1780i-Maria ItO"' by Bay Yankee (President 1788i— Green's 

C'eler mare by Meade's Celer 1774 (*Janiis 1741.. 
Contention 1815 .Sir Archy 1805i— Dau. of •Speculator 1795 (Dragon* 17871— Pompadour 

bv *Valiant 17.'>6 (D<irinouse 1738i— *Jenny Cameron by Cuddy 1727 (Fosl714i — Miss 

Belvoir bv Grey Grantham (Brownloiv Turk'. 



'i^ •- -' Alice Carneal. 
= 2 g . b. m., 18S6. 



Timoleon 1813 (Sir Archy 18051— Dau. 1814 of Ball's Florizel 1801 (•Diomed 1777i-Dan. 
1799 of 'Alderman 1787 lPot-8-o-'s 17731— Dau. of *C'lockfast 1774 iGimcrack 1760>— 
Dau. of Symmes' Wildair 1767 ( *Fearnought 175.ii. 

Sarpedon 1828 lEmilius 18201— Eowena 1826 by Sumpter 1818 (Sir Archv 1805i-Lady 
Grey 1817 by Robin Grey 1805 1 •Rovalist 17901-Maria 1802 by Melzar 1791 ('Medley 
Dan, of *Highflver 1784 iHig'hflver 1774i. 



N S 5;*" ' ec *Glencoe, 
N S ^ji -SS ch. h., 1831. 



S '^■^ IrBirdcatcher 
■I s's ch. h., 18.33. 

1 ' - ■'o '"I I 

. j^' 3.= i Maltese. 

1 1 i'i 



Clarkia, 
b. ra., 1840. 



Sultan 1810 (Selim 1802i-Tiampoline lh25 bv Tramp I81O iDick And(ews 1797i- Web 
1808 by Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-"s 177:!i-PenelGpe 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 
17671- Prun.-lla 1788 bv Ilightlver 1774 (Herod 17.58). 

Catton I8(!',i .tJohinipus'lMcji (J'uiiiillina 18'22 by Caniillns 1803 iHambletonian 179-21— 
Dau. Isls of snioleiisko Isio iS.iicirer 1790i— Miss Cannon 1811 by OrvUlc 1799 
. Benin gbroUL'h 17'.M' T).-lii. 1:0 ; of W.alhcrcock 1785 (Hi^-hflyer 1774'. 

Sir Hercules 1826 (Whalebone is.? (.di.ci.ili 1x23 bv Bob Booty IMM (Chanticleer 
17871- Flight 11-09 by Ir. Escape is •; rc, ,,iiiih),1o!o 1793) -Y. Heroine by Bagot 1780 
(Herod 17.181- Heroine 1775 bv II. ... i;:; ii a.l.' 17.34). 

Heiman Platofl l.s3;i (Brutandorf Is-Jl 1— \\ at.-rwit.h 18:a3 bv Sir Hercules 1826 .Whale- 
bone ls07i-Marv Anne 18;0 bv Waxv Pope 180 1 (Waxv 171:0)- Witch 1811 by Sorcerer 
1791 (Trumpator 17821- Miss Buckle 18M bv Precipitate* 1787 (Mercu iy ir"' 



Humphrey Clinker 1822 (Comus 18011) -Dau. 182.i of Cervantes 18(16 (Don Quixote 1784)— 
Dau. 1818 of CJolumpus 1802 (Gohanna 17901-Dau. 1810 of Paynator 17'J1 (Trumpator 
1782) Circle IKO 2 b v St. George 1789 (Highflyer 1774). 



(Conter Ar.)— Travellei -s d.iiu b. m. 
of Mnkeleas (1 l^lf (l.i>rpe Ar.)-lla 
•Merlin bv Bustler (lleluislev Turk). 



18111) -sist. ch. 111. ISii to Rigliton bv Paliiieriii 1816 (Aiuadls 
1807)— (ke.ina .li. in. 1KI6 bv Cerberus 18112 (Gohanna I71I01— Dr. Svntai'sdani by iieniiis- 
bronab 171(1 iKiuk Fergus 1775)— Jeiinv Mole b. ra. 1787 bv Carbunele 1772 (B.-ibrabam 
Blank 17.i«| -liau. b. in. 1773 by Prince T'Qnassaw 17.^1 (Snip 173«)— Sultana 1759 by Regii. 
lus 17:!9 (fiml. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Partner 1718 (Jigg)- Dau. of Gallant's Smiling Tom 17-24 

bv Aliiializor I7i:i (Darlev Ar. 1(199)- Sist. to Bav Bollnn by Grev Hautbov (llautboyi— Dau. 

1. of Knmraer (U'Arcy Yiillow Turk)— Dau. of D'Arcy Diamond (Helmsley Turk)— Sist. to 



194 The Breeders^ Hand Book and Guide. 



IMPORTED LAUREATE. 

Imported and owned hi/ Messrs. Sleplien Sanford A Sons, Hurricane Stud, 
Amsterdam, N. Y. Yearlings sold annually. 

Laureate, brown horse, foaled 1879, Ineil by Mr. Gosden, by Rosicruci.in, son of 
Beadsmau and Madame Eglantine by Cowl, son of Bay Middletou, dam Laura, tlie 
dam of Petrarch, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, St. Leger and Ascot Gold Cup, 
Protomartyr, Fraulein (winner of the Doncaster Cup), Lemnos, imp. Rothcrhill, etc.,^ 
by Orlando, son of Touchstone, second dam Torment, the dam of Nana Sahib, Adrasta, 
Tormentor (Oaks wiuuer), etc., by Alarm, son of Venison ; third dam by imp. Gleu- 
coe, etc. 

Rosicrucian, the sire of Laureate, won the Criterion and Troy Stakes, and is the 
sire of Hauteur, wiuner of the 1,000 Guineas, Geheimniss, winner of the Oaks, imj). 
Black Dean and Beauclerc, and is full brother to The Palmer. Orlando, the sire of 
Laura, won the Derby and was the sire of Little Lady (dam of Camballo), Lady Mary 
(dam of Gang Forward), and of the dara of Gen. Peel, all winners of the 2,000 Guineas, 
also of Doralice (dam of Speculum, -winner of the Goodwood Cup). 

Laureate was a high class race-horse. He won the Craven Stakes, 1 mile, 117 lbs., 
beiiting Miirden, the Twenty-third Biennial at Stockbridge, IJ miles, 124 lbs., and 
the Singleton Stakes at Goodwood, 1 mile, 117 lbs., and was second in the Chesterfield 
Cup, li miles, won by Vibration, second in the Scarborough Stakes, 1 mile, won by 
Alban, giving hira 12 lbs. He is the sire of the winners Poet Laureate, Lullaby, 
Queen Laura, Stokesley, Frank Patros, Lagunos and Guinevere. Bonnie Scotland was 
a success in America, aud the descendants of imp. Peggy from the same family are 
noted in this country and in Eugland. Laureate traces in direct female line to the 
Childers mare, to which traces Bustard (by Buzzard), Hampton (by Lord Clifdcn), 
Blair Athol and all tlie Queen Mary family. Pretender, Sir Bevys, Tristan, Carlton, 
Crafton, Bonnie Scotland, Bcruice and Bella Douua in the Nursery Stud, aud all the 
Peggy family in America. 



Dick Autliews ItflT— Joe Audiews 1778— Eclipse 17(5J— 5Iarsl;o I7.ii)— Sqiiii I 173e— Br.rtlett's Cliildc-rs— Darley Arabian 1U99. 












to i-|_-i|^„- 

o 5S s-i^" 



Tramp isio (l)icl< Andrews 1797)- Jlandaue 180U by Pot-8-o-'s 177^ (Eclipse niM)— Y. 
Camilla 1787 by Woodpecker 177a (Herod 175s') -Camilla 1778 by Treutham 17>iB 
(T. Sweepstakes 17-13)— Coquette 1765 by Compton Barb. 

Miilev ISIO lOrville 1739)— Mii-s Stephenson 18U [Scud or] Sorcerer ITfllJ (Trumiiator 
i;sji - Dan. 179i; of I'reci|iitate' 1787 (Mercury 1778)— Dau. 1787 of WoodpeCKer 1773 
(H. : i] :;:!«, --'-'-•. 177: to .Tiniipm by Snap 175(1 (Snip 17:iB i. 

Eniil 11- . i: ■ '.:.■:<: ( 1 --ida 18iJ7 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. Gian- 

te--i, li: I r,,7 . ri"n/. 1 17(i8)-GiantessI76Hby Matchem 1748(Cadel724l— 

Miilh I. ii l: I.' _- 17 .'i l.\- Haiiialiani 1740(God. Ar. 1724). 

Orville 179:1 (BeninL;lirouo;li 17:11) -Dau. I81X) of Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773) — 
Hornpipe 1793 by Tnimpator 1782 (Conductor I7IJ7)— Luna 1779 bi' Herod 175.S (Tartar 
171.'i) -Pro3erpiue 176:; by Mareke 1750 (Squirt 1732). 

Whalebone 1807 (Waxy 179 J)-Dau. 1812 of Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Maulen 1801 by 
Sir Peter T. 1784 (Hishflyer 1774)— Dau. 1788 of Phenomenon 1780 (Herod 175,S)- 
Matron 1782 by Florizel 17o8 (Herod 17.i8). 

Master Henry 1815 (Orville 1799) - Boadicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Bru- 
nette by Amaranthus I'liS (Old iCnaland 1741)— Mayfly 1771 by Matchem 1748 (Cade 
17g4) - D au. 1755 o f S tarlin g 1 :;- i-iiiiinj ;7-7r 

Dick AndrL.\vs 1797 (Joe And ri . - Hui. 1803 of Gohanna 1790 (Mercury 17,8) - 

Fraxinella 1793 by Trentham 1,'. ! - cepstikes ]74',) -Dan. 178.) of Woodpecker 
1773 (Herod 1758)'— Eyerlasiiu;; l.T , ; v Ei-lip-e 17t4 (Marske 17.=;0). 

Bustard H13 (Castrel l-01)-Olvmpia 18!.^ liy Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Scoiilla 
1795 bv Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758) -Scota 1783 by Eclipse 17B4 (Marske 17oO)-Harniony 
1775 hyJIerodJ7.T8 (Tartar 1743)^ 

Selim 1*12 (Bir":ir. 



Cobweb, 
b. m., 1821. 



« -1 = 



1791 of Me 
by Marske 1 ". 
Phantom 18 1^ 
1808 by Wai 
]7:i7)— Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 17.58). 



Bacchante 1S09 by W's Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784i -Dau. 
ii-c I7t!4)-D:iu. I77(; of Herod K.iS (Tartar i7J3)-Folly 1771 

ii -Pilasree 1815 bv Soothsayer 1808 (Sorcerer 1786)-Web 
"a773)- Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 






Priam,* 
b. h., 1837. 



Emilias 1^20 (Orville 1799)-Cressida 1807 by Whiskey 1789 (Saltram* 1780)— Y. Giantess 
1790 by Dio.r.C'd* 1T77 fFlorizel 1768) -Giantess 1769 liy Matcbem 1748 (Cade 1734)— 



Molly Lon 

Oetavian 18 '. 

Dctpini 17- 

l ama 17 69 1 

Waxy 1790(1 



aham 1740 (God. Ar. 17-24). 

)au. 1807 of Shuttle 1793 (Y. Marske ITH)— Zara 1801 by 

Flora 1783 by King Fergus 1775 (Eclipse 1764)— Ata- 

' ■ 17:M). 



1,, ;) I'cnelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— Promise 17ij8 by Snap 1750 (Snip 173J)— 
Julia 1756 by Blank 174 ( (God. Ar. 1724). 

Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 17-7i -I.ilile Folly 1806 by Highland Flin^ 1798 (Spadille 1781)- 
Harriet 1739 byVolnin, 1; 1 Eclipse 1764)— Dau. 1785 of Alfred 1170 (Matchem 
17.:S) -Ma g nolia 1 7:; Mi-. ; .0 (Squirt 1732). 

Phantom I80-t(Walioii 1, -^ is by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773) -Penelope 1798 

by Trumpator 17S2 (I .iiM-ir ;, li Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)— 
Promise 1768 bv Snap 1 ?5 ' (Snip 37."::(ii. 

Highland Fling li9^ (Spadille 17,-4) -Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 1780(aiipse 1764)— Dan. 
1785 of Alfred 1770 (MaTchera 1748i -Magnolia 1771 by Marske 1750 (Squirt 1732)— 
Dan. 17.5-i by Babrahaui 1740 (God. Ar. 17241. 



Waxy 17'.iO (Pot-S-o.'s 1773i-P<-neloiiu 179S by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
nella ns-< by Higbllver 1774 ( HeroJ 1758)— Promise 17(i8 by Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36)— 
Julia 17.56 by Blank 1740 ((iod. Ar. 17-24). 
Selim 1812 (Buzzard* 1?87) -Maiden 1801 bv Sir Peter T. 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— Dan. 
1788 of Phen.)menon 17.-0 (Herod 17.581— Matron 1782 by Florizel )7..8 (Herod 1758)— 

_Ma i de n 1770 by >lulchcm 1748 (Cade 1734). 

Orville 1799 ."(Ben ingbrouffh 1791)— Miss Sophia 1805 by Stamford 1794 (Sir Peter T. 
' 1784)— Sophia 1798 i)y Buzzard' 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)- Huncamunca 1787 by High- 
flyer 1774 I Herod 1758) -Cypher 17« bv Squirrel 17.51 (Traveller 1735). 
Alexander 1732 (Eclipse 1764) -Brunette by Amarantbus 1766 (Old England 1741)-May- 
- ■ "■ ■ 748 (Cade 1734) -Dau. 1755 of Anc. Starling 1728 (Starling 

17 n by Brist. Grasshopper (Byeily T.). 

! lM3)-Dau. of Alexander 1,»2 (Eclipse 17i;4)-Dau. of 
. 'M -Dau. of Alfred 1770 (Matchem 1718)-Dau. 1770 of En- 



Buzzard* !>; ,',... I , 

Highflyer i;:4 .1 'i 

gineer 17.56 i>i':.; -.11 :; 
Walton 1791 (Sir Peter T 

Giantess 176,1 by Matche 

(God. Ar. 1724) -Dan, of Col» ■> F. 



chnn 



ess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 171)7)— 
) - JIollv Long Legs 1753 by Babrabam 1740 
■ 1727 (Brisk 1711). 



Bustard, 
b. h., 1813. 



eg 

Is 



Sultan, 
b. h., 1S16. 



\\balebone, 
br. h , 1807. 



Castrel 1,801 (Buzzard* 1787) -Jlis- Hap isoo by Siiuttle 1,93 (Y. Marske 1771) -Dau. 

17S8 of Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 1774) -Miss Hervey 1775 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 

1750)-Clio 1760 by Y. Cade 1747 (Cade 1734). 
Sir Oliver 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Scntilla 1795 bv Anvil 1777 (Herod 1758) -Scota 1783 

by Eclipse 17(:4 (Marske 1750) -Harmony 1775 by Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-Rutilia 

17 69 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Walton 1790 (Sir Peter 178li-Parasol IKOO bv Pot-8-os 1773 (Eclipse 1764) -Prunella 

l--(8 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758) - Promise 1768 bv Snap 1750 (Snip 1736) -JulLi 

1756 bv Blank 1 rin (God. Ar. 1724). 
Smolii -!; , 1^ - iierer 1796) -Jerboa 1803 bv Gohanna 1790 (Mercury ]778)-Camllla 

17;- ii 1 1; '.6 (T. Sweepstakes 1743) -Coquette 1764 bv Compton Barb-Sist. 

171:: ■ 1: _ . - ;. (:; od. Ar. 1724, 

' Whal. b..i,t; 1-M. , Waxy 179 II - Defiance 1^16 bv Rubens 1805 (Buzzard* 1787)-Littli 

Folly isoil by Hi-hland Fling 1798 (Spadille" 1784)-Harriet 1799 by Volunteer 1780 

(Eclipse 1764) -Dau. 1785 of .\lfred 1770 (Matchem 174N). 
X. Y. Z. 18« (Haphazard 17971 -Janetta 1803 by Beningbrougb 1791 (King Fergus 

177.5)-Dau. 1797 of Drone 1777 (Herod 17.5S')-Contessina 1787 by Y. Marske 1771 

( Marske 1750)-Tuhero6e 1772 by Herod 17.58 (Tartar 1743). 

" Selim 1802 (Buzzard* 1787)-Bacchante IMW by W's Ditto l.sOO (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Daa. 

1791 of Mercun- 1778 (Eclipse 1764)-Dan. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)-FoIly 1771 

by Marske :".' Kr. 1,1 17 2) 
Tramplsin.p. ]-. ■■■ .] - 1; 17) -Web 1808 by Waxy 1790 (Pot-8-o-"e 1773) -Penelope 

179s bv Tin: ! 1 .>ndnctor 1767) -Prunella 1788 by Highflyer 1774 (Herod 

_ 17.':8l-Proiii:-. ,.,- V ^i.,p 175 (Sn i p 1736). 

Waxy 1790 (Pot---o-- 177 ii Penelope 1798 bv Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 17(17)-Pru- 

nclla 1788 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Promise 1768 bv Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)- 

Julia 17.56 by Blank"l740 (God. Ar. 1724i. ^_^ 

Haphazard 1797 (Sir Peter T. 1781) -Dan. br. m. 1809 of Orville 1709 (Beningbrougb 

1791) -Spinetia b. m. 1792 bv Triimpaior 1782 (Conductor 17()7)— Peggy b. m. i;78 by 

Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743) - Dau. of Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)-Dau. of Gower Stallion 17«) 
■ (God. Ar. 1721) -Dau. of Childers. 



196 The Breeders' Hand Jiool: and (hiide. 



LEONATUS. 

In the Eimni/mcdc Stud, Messrs. Clay & Woodford, proprietors, Paris, Kij. 
Yearlings sold annually in May. 

LeonaTUS, bay horse, foaled 1880, bred by J. Henry Miller, Lexington, Ky., by 
Longfellow, son of imp. Leamington, dam Semper Felix by imp. Phaeton, sou of King 
Tom by Harkaway, grandam Crucitix by Lexington, out of Lightsome by imp. Glen- 
coe. Leouatus is descended from the most celebrated racing and producing families 
in the Stud Book. Semper Felix, his dam, is the dam of the winners Warder, Leopold 
and Felicia II. and of Semper Vive and Latonia, the last named the dam of Sena and 
Lew Weir, while Semper Vive is the dam of Fordham, Folsom, Portehester and Sem- 
per Idem, the latter the dam of the great Longstreet and Longford. Crucifix, the 
second dam of Leouatus, is one of Lexington's best daughters. Besides Semper Felix 
she produced the winners Fairplay (a very good horse), St. Albans, the stake winners 
Quito and St. Augustine, and Blanche J., a producer as well as winner, being the dam 
of Sea Shell and Blantyre, the former the dara of Long Shore and Toss Up. Maria D., 
another daughter of Crucifix, is the dam of Mark S. and Ed. Bell. Without going 
back to Lightsome and Levity, it will be seen that It is a family of the grandest ex- 
cellence. 

Leouatus was a superior race-horse, started only once as two-year old ; ran second 
in Maiden Stakes, f of a mile, 105 lbs., in 1.22'; at three years old won all his stakes, 
defeating the best three- year olds of his year, including Drake Carter ; won the Blue 
Ribbon, 1^ miles, 105 lbs., in 2.381^ ; won the Kentucky Derby, 1+ miles, 105 lbs., iu 
2.43 ; won the Tobacco Stakes, mile heats, 110 lbs., in 1.46i, 1.47^^ ; won the Woodlniru 
Stakes, It miles, 110 lbs., in 2.00^ ; won the Hindoo Stakes, U miles, 110 lbs., in 2.40i ; 
won the Kipple Stakes, IJ miles, muddy track, 110 Ihs., in 2.30i ; won the Himyar 
Stakes, If miles, 115 lbs., iu 2.27| ; won the Dearborn Stakes, If miles, 115 lbs., iu 
3.12i ; won the Green Stakes, 1^ miles, 115 lbs., in 1.58; won the Illinois Derby, IJ 
miles, 115 lbs., in 2.51. 

Leouatus is a success in the stud upon all classes of marcs. He is the sire, among 
others, of Lord Peyton, a winner of seven races as a two-year old. National, Lemoiue 
H., Birthday, Lake Breeze, Dore, Ed. Eshelby, Ed. Leonard, .Judge Hughes, Leoutiue, 
Boyle Rhodes, Go-as-You-Please, Miracle, Lagadere, Leonawkll, Florence Slaughter, 
Leader II., Leo, Leo En, Leumbria, Perlid, Ned. Pendleton, Red Light, Rex, Sam 
Morse, Unlucky, Davidson, Labrador, Later On, Little Prince, Serenader, Vexation, 
Ja Ja, Leta B., Ollie Glenn, Ethel S., Etruria, Jennerette, Nerina, Sir Arthur, Lconata, 
Warsaw, etc. He is descended in direct female line through old Montagu mare from 
the Royal mare to which traces Conductor, O'Kelly's Eclipse, Filho-da-Puta, Voltaire, 
Sterling, Oxford, Springfudd, Marsyas, Adventurer, Prince Charlie, Lexington, Vandal, 
Monarchist, Volturno, Luke Blackburn, Salvator, The Bard, Strathmore, TomMarliu, 
Grinstead, Duke of Montrose and other noted horses. 



Pot-8-o-'8 1773 Ei lip-L- ITi'il 5'arslio ITuO- Sqni.i )r.)2 Bartlett'e Uhildcrs— Darley Arabian 1690. 



^ 






Whalebone, 
br. h., 1807. 

Peri, 
b. m., 1822. 

Bob Booty, 
ch. h., 1804. 



Castrel, 
ch. h., ISOl. 



\\i 



bv Trumpator 178S (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
. Promise 1768 by Snap 1750 (Snip 173G)— 






Lairre!, 
br. h., 18-24. 

Maid of 

Honor, 

br. m., 182 1. 



Miller's 

Dam3el. 

°T. m., 180i. 



nt-lla ns.s hv llmlillVL-r nUiliurod 17. 

Julia 1756 by liluiik 1740 (God. Ar. 17^4i. 
Wanderer 1811 (Gohanna nsiOi— Thalestria 1809 by Alexander 1782 (Eclipse n64t— Rival 

1800 hv Sir Peter T. 1784 (Highflyer 17741— Hornet 17'J0 by Drone 1777 (Herod 1758;— 

Manilia 1777 by Goldlinder 17&4 .Snap 1750i. 

Uhauticleer 17»7 (WoodpeCKer 17731— leine ITiiO by Bagot 1780 (Herod n.iSi— Dau. of 

Uamahoe (Bustard 1741)— Patty by Tim 1752(Squirt 1732)— Mis6 Patch 1737 by Justice 

17i5(H. C. Litton At.). 
Ir. Escape 1802 (Commodore 17931— Y. Heroine by Bagot 17R0 (Herod 173Si Heroine 

1775 by Hero 175:3 (Cade 1734)— Dau, 1766 of Snap 1750 (Snip n3B)-Sist. 1743 to Ee- 

gulus by God Ar. 1721. 

Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— Dau. of Alcsjinder 17t!2 (Ecliiise 1764)-Dau. of 

Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. of .Ulred 1770 (Matchem 1748)-bau. 1770 of Engi. 

neer 1756 (Sampson 1745). 
'Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)- Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Maid- 

of-all-Work 178(5 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 

1732)— Dau. of Regulus 1739 (God. A r. 1724)^ 

Blacklock 1814 (Whitelock 1803i— Wai/raii ("Sl^ in Prime Minister 1810 (Sancho I8OI1- 
I Tranliy*'s dam 1812 by Orville ITSi'.i .F.rdiii.'lu.uL'h 179II— Miss Grimstone 1796 by 

Weazle 1776 (Herod 1738)-Dau. of Aiic a-rvr 1; ■, r.lank 1740i. 
Chamiiion 1812(Selim 1802)- Etitiueile Is.ii liv ii( vill,- 17S9 (Beningbrough 17tili-Boa- 

dicea 1807 by Alexander 178.' lEclir.-'r i;(4i Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 (Old Eng- 

land 1 7411— M ayfly 17n by Mat.lie((i iris ^Cade 17341. __ 

■*Diomed 1777 (Fl.u-izel 17681- AmaniUi IMiii hy Grey Diomed 1786(»MedIey 17r6)-Dau. 

of Va. Cade (Partner 1755i Dau. of Hickman's Independence 1776 ('Fearnought 

I7.in)-Dau. of *Badger (Bosphoius 17.54). 
'Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 1768i-*Dau. 1792 of Pot-8-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 17641— Dan. 
~" . ^ . . - ~ . [ 1759 by Snap 1750 (Snip K36i— Dau. 



Sir Archy Iso". ( liLunnl 1777)-Daii. of *Diomed 1777 (Floiizel 17i:8i— Bellona by 

Bellaii;17Kii ( .M'lll'v I7;'i(- Indian Queen by Pilgrim 1774 (*Fearnought 17651— Dau. 

of *Valiant K..11 (li.xdi.iu^e 1738). 
Duroc 1806 (Diomed iriVi- Old Romp 1805 by *Me6senger 1780 (Mnrabrino 1768)- 

*Dau. 1792 of Pot-S-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764i— Dau. 1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Crijiple 

17oO)-Snapdragon 1759 bv Snap 1750 (Snip 17.36). 



'Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)- *Ca8tianira 1796 by Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774;— 
Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 
(Babrahara 1740)- Sist. to Grecian Princess by Forester 17.'-0 (Forester 1736). 

'Bedford 17;>2 (Dungannon 1780)— •Mambrina 1785 by Mambrino 17(i8 1 Engineer 17361— 
Sist. to Sally by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dan. of Ward 1T31 (Crab 1722)— Dau. of 
Merlin (Bustler). 



[Brimmer or] •Stirling 1791 (Volunteer 1780)— Brilliant 1779 by *Matchem (Bosphcrus 1754)— *Dau. 

Blue Beard, , of Brilliant 1750 (Crab 1722)— Dau. of Tartar" 1743 (Partner 1718)-Dau. of Son of 

cb. h.. 1802. Flving Childers 1715. 
Woodpecker s *Biizzard 1787 (Wood|>ecker 177.'!)— The Faun bv Craig's Alfred (*Medlev 1776)— Dau. 
dam, I of 'Traveller 1747 (Partner 1718)— Dau. of *\\ hittington iCullen Ar.)-I3au. of *Chil- 
Ch. m.. isnn. dei-8 (Blaze 173 i), 



5 




« 
^ 




M 




'I 








1*1 


-J" 


&r 






^ . j.g5 



-• a" 


6< 


SS 


g 11 

W ■= A 



Whisker I8I> (Waxy 17S.0)-Floranthe 1818 bv Octavian 18(7 (Stripling 1795)- Caprice 
1797 bv Anvil 1777 (Herod 1768)-Madcap 1774 by Eclipse 1764 (Marske 1750)— Sappho 
1763 by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Nabockiish 1811 (Rugantino 1803)— Miss Tooley 1808 bv Teddv-the-Grinder 1798 (Aspar- 
agus 1787)— Lady Jane 1796 by Sir Peter T. 17M (Highflver 1774)— Paulina 1778 by 
Florizel 1768 iHerod 17581— Cai>tive 1771 bv Matchem 1748 iCade 17 34). 



Sultan 1816 (Selim 1802)— Trampoline 1825 by Tramp 1810 (Dick Andiews 1797)— Web 

1808 by Waxv 1710 (Pot-So's 1773)— Penelope 1798 by Trumpator 1782 (Conductor 

1767)— PruK, '1- ir-'^lu Iliu'hflycr 1774 (Herod 1758). 
Muley]810((i : K 1 ( 'aio 1824 bv Marmion lt-06 (Whiskey 17S9)-Harpalice 1814 

by Gohadiii , '". ■ , uiv 1778i-Amazon 1799 by Driver 1783 (Trentbam 1766)— 

Fractious l/^- ^ \h . li v 17 7H (Eclipse 17(14). 



Camel 1822 (Whal. bone ls07i Baioer isli. by Master Henry 1815 (Orville 17i:9)-Boa- 
dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 1 l-'clip-c 1764)" Bruiiette by Amaranthus 176'i (Old Eng- 
land 1741)— Maydv 1771 by Maiebcio i;4s ,cade 17S4'. 

Pantaloon 1824 (Castrel 1801)- Laiigu)>b ISSO bvCain 1822 (Paulowitz 1813)— Lvdia 18v.'2 

I by Poulton 1805 (Sir Peter T. 1784 1— Variety 1808 by Hyacinthus 17!i7 (Coriander 

I 1786)-Dau. 1790 of Weazle 1776 (Herod 1758i. 



Sister to 

Pompey. 

b. m., 1813. 



Touchstone 1831 (Camel 1822)— Decov 1830 by Filho-da-Puta 1812 (Ilapliazai-d 1797) - 
Finesse 1815 by Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784i-Violante 1802 by John Bull 1789 
! (Fortitude 1777)-Dau. 1788 of Highflver 1774 (Herod 1758). 

Emilins 1820 (Oi-ville 1799)— Vaiiation 1827 by Bustard 1813 (Castrel 1801)— Johanna 
Southcote 1811 bv Beningbrough 1791 iKing Fergus 1775)— Lavinia 1802 bv Pipator 

! 1786 (Imp e)-ator 1771.^— Di ck Andrews' dam 1790 by Hig h flyer 1 774 (Her od 17.-,8i . 

II d k;7) — Dau. of *Saltram 1780 (Eclipse 1764) — Dau. of S\-mme6' 
iiiiiiight 175.))— Dau. of Tyler's Driver 1760 (^Othello)- Dau. of 






Timoleon, l^^'yV.'.chy ij^,'- 
ch h 181 4 Wildair 1. 
ch. h., 1813. I tpallower 
Sister to [Ball's Florizel Isni . Diumed 1777)— Dau. 1799 of *Aldennan 1787 (Pot S-o-'s 17731— 
Tuckahoe, Dau. of ^Clockfast 1774 (Gimciack 1760)— Dau. of Svmmes' Wildair 1767 ("lear- 

ch. m., 1814. I nought 17.53)-Y. Kitty Fisher 1767 by < Fearnought 1755 (Regulus 1739). 

♦Snrnedon lEmilius 1820 (Orville 17y9)-Icaria 1824 bv The Fiver 1814 (Vandyke Jr. 1808)— Parma 
hr h 18-i^' I •>*•■' I"' Dick Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 17;'8)-Mav IfOl bv Beeingbiough 1791 
' ! (King Fergus 177.5)-Primrose 1787 bv Mamlirino 1768 (Engineer 17.56). 

Sumpter 1818 (Sir Archy 1805)- Lady Grev 1817 hv Robin Grey 1805 (*Rovalist 1790)— 
Maria 1802 bv Melzar 1791 (*Medlev 1776)- Dau." of 'Highflyer 1784 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Dau. of *Feamonght 17.55 dieg nlu s 17fc9). 

Selim 18(12 (Buzzard* 1787) liac'liaiitc 1n(i9 by W's Ditto ISi'O (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 
1791 of Mercury 177s (Ecliiiee i;64)-Dau. 1776 of Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 
1771 bv Mar-ke 17.-,'1 ~ 



Sultan, 
b. h., 1816. 



♦Trustee, 
ch. h., 1829. 



Vandal's dam, 

1 b. m., 18:17. 1 



.\i.l •.'. - K!!?) Web 1808 by Waxv 1790 (Pot-8-o-'s 1773)-PeneIope 
iiidiirtor 1767)- Prunella 1788 by Highflyer i;74 iITerod 

I 17.51) ( Snip 17861. 

laiiiDn 1824 hv Whisker 1812 (W a.xv 1790)— Gibside Fairy 
iin i;;si -Vicissitude ItOO bv Pipator 1766 (Imperator 
1 I r 17-^ (Highflver 1774). " 



Ladv Tbiali ch. 111. 1731 bv Partner 17IH l,li-.» 
Curweu Bav Ei.irli— llaii. ..r llWr.v l'lic„tniit 
Hautl)Oy (U'Aiev White Turk)— llau. of liriini 



T2:t tn Saiinison liv (il 


evlicmml (Cliilla 


liilet.birt-nl,l .M.nita 


.■u iiiaie in D'A 


l.)\v Turk)— Ho.val ma 


e. 



198 The Breeders' Huml Booh and Guide 



LINDEN. 



WINNER OF THE NEWARK AND CITIZENS' STAKES, SHREWSBURY AND 
GRAND NATIONAL HANDICAPS. 

Tlie projicrfij of James Gahvaij, Preakncss Stud, located in the Slonewcdl Stud, 
BrecJcenridge Ydeij, 3Iidwai/, Ki/. Terms annualt//. 

LiXDEX, bay lioise, foaled 1883, bivd by S. P. Lancaster, Ky., by Longfellow, son 
of imp. Leamington, dam Linda Lewis by Oliver, sou of Wagner, grandam Sally 
Lewis, dam of John Morgan, Hunter's Lexington, Lotta (Gleumore's dam), Susan 
Beaue (dara of Sensation, Stratford, Onondag.a and Susi[nehanna, dam of Potomac) 
by imp. Glencoe. My Lady, the fall sister to Sally Lewis, was the dam of Blaudina 
by Lexington, she the dam of Calash, which produced Elite, Eolian and Ulsie, dam of 
Baudusia. 

Linden did not race at two years old. At three ye.ars old ran second to Baudala 
in a Free Handicap, l-,^ miles, in 1.55 ; ran third to Inspector B. and The Bard, in the 
Belmont Stakes, li miles, la 2.41 ; was third to Dew Drop and Quito in Stockton 
Stakes, IJ miles, iu2.13J; was unplaced in Stevens Stakes, If miles, won by Dew 
Drop in 2.54^ ; was third to Charity and Tlie Bard in the Raritan Stakes li miles, in 
2.14, Pontico and Winifred behind him ; won the Newark Stakes, 1 mile, 105 lbs., in 
1.44t, with nine others behind him ; was unplaced in the Omnibus Stakes, 1} miles 
won by The Bard in 2.39; ran second to Elk wood in Kenner Stakes, 2 miles, in 3.34i, 
three others behind him ; was third to The Bard and Ferona in SeptemV)er Stakes, 
IJ miles, in 3.05; was unplaced in the Bridge Handicap, li miles, won by Jim Gray 
in 2.39i ; and in Sheepshead Bay Stakes, IJ miles, won by Blue Wing in 2.08. At 
four years old won Free Handicap Sweci>stakes, 1^\ miles, 110 lbs., in 2.13J, beating 
Phil Lee and Enigma ; was unjilaced in the Suburban, Bay Ridge, Fourth of July 
and Long Branch Handicaps; won Free Handicap Sweepstakes, IJ miles, in 2.26, 
beating Housatonic and nine others ; won Shrewsbury Handicaii, H miles, in 2.39i, 
V)eating Grimaldi and seven others ; was unplaced in the Midsummer Handicap, wou 
by Dry Monopole ; was second to Dry Mouopole in Navesink Handicap, li miles, in 
2.42i, beating Eurus ; won Free Handicap Sweepstakes, 110 lbs., IJ miles, iu2.25}, 
with four others behind him; won Handicap Sweepstakes, H miles, in '2.44, 110 lbs., 
and another, IJ miles, 115 lbs., in 2.26J; won Grand National Handicap, IJ miles, 117 
lbs., in 2.42J, Vol.ante second, Eurus third, Laggard, etc. ; won Free Handicap, IJ 
miles, 120 lbs., in 2.3S)J, Volante second, Ben Ali and others in the field ; won Citizen 
Stakes in a canter, 110 lbs., li miles, in 2.40.i, Firenzi, Dunbine and six others behind 
him. At five years old wou Handi(-ap, H miles, 122 lbs., in 1..56J, six behind him; 
was unplaced in City Handicap ; was. second to his stable companion Belvidere in 
Fordham Handicap, 1} miles, 128 lbs., in 2.1U, five behind him; was unplaced in 
.Suburban, wou by Elkwood ; and ran third to Terra Cotta and Firenzi in Shee]).shoad 
Bay Handicap, 1} miles, in 1..53, five behind him. 

Linden is from a grand racing anil proilucing f:uuily, one tli.it has made its m.irlc 
upon the tnrf in England and America. He is young in tlie stud, but is the sire of 
the wii\ner Lustre and other promising two-year olds. He is descendtul in female 
line from the same Royal mare to which tra(^es Ecli))se, Voltaire, Sterling. Oxford, 
Kingston. Si'ottish Chiei', Lexington, \andal. The I?ard, Leonatus, Sensation, Salvator, 
Longstrect, Potomac and all the Duchess family. 



Pot-8-o-'8 Irrs-Ecliii^e 17';i— Jlaiski' 17511 Squirt 1T3'!-Bartletf8 Childers— Barley Arabian 1699. 



\\ax> 



..|o|i. 



'b;; Castrel, 
I5« cli. h., ISOI. 

Is^di Idalia, 
I L?^' ch. m., 1815. 



o'a § 




ly 1 rumiJatoi- 17S2 (Conductor 1767)— Pru- 
ncliu ii-s ov Hi.-l.Uvi r i:'A Uirod i;.>i Promise 176S by Snap 1750 iSiiip 17361 — 
Juliu i;Oli by Ulaidi iiJll .Gud. Ar. K-'-i. 

jWaiirtenr lull iGohanua n^^Oi-Thalestris 18(i9 by .Alexander 1782 lEclipse n64)-Kival 
l.S(IO bv sir Peter T. 1181 (Hlghayer 17741— Hornet 17<J0 by Drone 1777 (Herod 1758)— 
Manilla 1777 by Goldlinder 1764 iSnap 17501. 

|Cliaiiticieer 17S7 iWoodpecKer 17;3)— Terne 17!H) by Bagot 1780 (Herod 1758i— Dan. of 
Gamahoe (Bustard 1741)— Patty by Tim 1752 (Squirt 173i)— Mies Patch 17S7 by Justice 
17;5(H.C. Litton Ar. I. 

Ir. Estape 1802 (Commodore 1793)— Y. Heroine bv Bagot 17S0 (Herod nSKi -Heroine 
1775 by Hero 1753 (Cade 1734)-Dau. 1766 of Snap 175U 'Snip 17;36i— Sist. 1713 to Re- 

gulue by God Ar. 1734. 

' Buzzard* 17b7 (Woodijecker 17;3)— Dau. of Akaindei- 17S2 (Eclinse 1764)— Dan. of 
Highflyer 1774 iHerod n58)-Dau. of .\llred 1770 (Matcbem 1748)-Dau. 1770 of Engi- 
neer 175C (Sampson 1745). 

Peruvian 1806 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Musidora 1804 by Meteor 1783 (Eclipse 1764)— Maid- 
of.all-\Vorli 1786 bv Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1758)-Dau. 1771 of Syphon 1750 (Squirt 
173J )— Dan, of Regiilus 17:i9 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Blackluck 1814 i u hitelock ISOSi-Wagtail 1818 bv Prime Minister 1810 iSancbo 1801)— 
Trunby»'8 dam 1812 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791 )— Miss G)imstone 1796 by 
Weazle 1776 (Herod 17.5S) -Dau. of Ancaster 17i;8 ( Blank 1740). 

Champion 1812 iSellra l!-:02)— Eti(|uette 18.0 by Orville 1799 (Beningbrough 1791)-Boa- 
dicea 1807 by Alexander 1782 lEclipse ITWi— Brunette by Amaranthus 1766 lOld Eng- 
land 17 41)— M ayfly 17n b y Mat chem 1748 iCade 1734i. 

•Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— Amanda 181)0 by Giey Diomed 1786(*Medley 1776)— Dau. 
of Va. Cade (Partner 1755)— Dau. of Hicliman's Independence 1776 (Teamonght 
17.5.i)-Dau, of *Badger iBosphorus 1734). 

•Messenger 1780 (Mambrino 17i;8)-*Dau. 1792 of Po^8-o■'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764)— Dan. 
1778 of Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 1750)-Snapdragon 1739 by Snap 1760 (Snip 1738)- Dan. 

1749 of Regnlus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

' "Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768i— Bellona by 
n by Pilgrim 1774 ( *I'ea)'nought 1755)— Dau. 



ger 1780 iMambrino 17C8)— 
uf Gimcrack 1760 (Cripple 



Archy 1805 ('Diomed 1777) -Dan 
Bellair 1786 (*Medley 1776)-Indian Q) 
of 'Valiant 17.36 (Dormouse 17;«). 
Duroc 1806 (^Diomed 1777)— Old Romp 1805 bv *Me 
*DaH. 1792 of Pot-R-o-'s 1773 (Eclipse 1764]- Dau. 1' 

1730)-Snapd)-agon 1759 by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736). 

*Diomed 1777 (Florizel 1768)— *CaBtianira 1796 l)v Rockingham 1781 (Highflyer 1774)— 

Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweeps'takes 1743) -Dau. of Bosphorus 1754 

(Babraham 1740i— Sist. to Grecian Princess bv Forester 17.'0 'Forester 1736). 

•Bedl'or.1 1792 iDungannon 178(1)— 'Mambrina 1785 bv Mambrino 17(i8i Engineer 1756) — 

Sist. to Sally by Blank 1740 (God. Ar. 1724)— Dau. of Ward 1T31 iCrab 1722)— Dan. of 

Merlin (Bustler). 

[Brimmer or] *S(irling 1791 (Volunteer 1780)— Brilliant 1779 by *Matchem iBosphcrus 1754)— »Dan. 
Blue Be.ird, 1 of BilUiant 1750 (Crab 1782)- Dau. of Tartar 1743 (Partner 1718)— Dau. of Son of 
■ ch. h. 1803. Flying Childers 1715. 
Woodpeckers *BMZzard 1787 (Woodpecker 1773)— The Faun bv Craig's Alfred (*Medlev 1776)— Dan. 
da:n, I of 'Traveller 1747 (Partner 1718)— Dan. of *Whittiiigton iCuUcn Ar.)-Dau. of «ChiI- 
ch. in.. 1809. I ders (Blaze 1733). 



is 



Ella Crump, 
br. m., — . 



*Diomed 1777 i Florizel 1768)- «Castianira 1796 by Eockingliam 1781 (Highflyer 1774) 
—Tabitha 1782 by Trentham 1766 (T. Sweepstakes 1743)— Dan. of Bosphorus 1754 
(Babraham 1740)— Dau. of W's Forester 1750 (Croft's Forester 17.36). 

♦Citizen 1783 (Paeolet 1763)— Dan. of Commutation (Symmes' Wildair 17(17)— Dau. of 
*Dare Devil 1787 (Magnet 1770)-Sally Sha]k by «Shark 1771 (Marske 1750)-Betfey 
Pringle by *Fearnought 17.^-5 (Regnlus 17.39). ■ 

Sir Archy 18C5 (*Diomed 1777)- Dau. of *Citizen 1785 iPacolet 1763)— Dan. of »Alder- 
miu 1787 (Pot-8-o-'s 17T3)— Dan. of Ashe's Roebuck I'Sweepen- Dau. of Hayne'B 
King Herod (*Feamought 1755). 

*CitLzen 1785 (Paeolet 1763)--Dau. 1795 of Huntsman 1789 (*Mousetrap 1771)— Dan. of 
Symmes' Wildair 1767 (*Fearnought 1735)-Dau. of 'Fearnought K55 (Regulus 1739) 
—Dan. of *Janus 1746 (Janus 1739) 



« i 



. o ^-S J 



» Viilev Orville 17!;9 (Beningbrough 1791)-Eleanor 1798 by Whiskey 1789 iSaltram* 179u)-Y. 
g ), h i«i,i I Giantess 1790 by Diomed* 1777 (Florizel 1768)-Giantess 1769 by Matchem 1748 
" • "■' ^"""' iCade 1734)-Molly Long Lege 17.33 by Babraham 1740 (God. Ar. 1724). 
= 1 nnmrhtArnf Wimlle 1804 (Beningbrough 1791)— Dau". 1788 of Anvil 1777 iHerod 1758i- Virago 1764 
d i,it m i^iil; by Snap 1750 (Snip 1736)— Dau. of Regnlns 1739 iGod. Ar. ];24i-Sist. 1750 to Othello 
" uiK. m.. iM)«. by Crab 1722 (Alcock Ar.) 



Sir Charles, 
ch. h., 1816. 
Lady of the 

Lake, 
b. m., 1812. 



Sir Archv 1805 ('Diomed 1777)-Dau. of *Citizen 1785 (Paeolet 1763)— Dau. of Commn- 

tati.n iSvmmes' Wildair 1767)— Dau. of 'Dare Devil 1787 iMagnet 1770)— Sally Shai-k 

by *Shark ITH i Marske 1750). 
*Sir Harry 1795 (Sir Peter T. 1784)— Sbylock's dam by *Diomed 177T iFl0)izen768)— 

Dau. of *St. George 1771 (Dragon 1757)- Dau. of 'Fearnought 1755 (Regains 1739)— 

Dau. of *Jolly Roger 1741 (Roundhead 1733). 



Selim, 



^ ol: i 



Buzzard* 1787 (Woodpecker 1773i— Dau. of Alexander 1782 (Eclipse 1764)— Dan. of 
Highflyer 1774 (Herod 1738)— Dau. of Alfred 1J70 (Mntchem 1748)— Dau. 1770 of Engi- 

• '•"'"" I neer 1756 (Sampson 1T45). 

lanfp ^'^^ Ditto 1800 (Sir Peter T. 1784)-Dau. 1791 of Mercury 1778 (Eclipse 17&4>-Dau. 1776 
Till' "f Herod 1758 (Tartar 1743)— Folly 1771 by Marske 1730 (8qnirt 1732)— Vixen 1753 by 

• "" ■ Regulus 1739 (God. Ar. 1724). 

Dick .Andrews 1797 (Joe Andrews 17