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Ratsherr


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Rasse: Westfale
Geburtsort: Westfalen
Farben und Abzeichen: Braun, Stern
Geboren: 28. April 1960

In Westfalen geboren, in Hessen aufgezogener dunkelbrauner harmonischer, muskulöser Hengst mit guten Proportionen, einem gut angesetzten, nach oben sich verjüngenden Hals. Ratsherr besitzt viel Ausdauer und gute Springanlage, die er auch an seine Nachkommen weitergibt. Ratsherr nahm 1964 an Hengstleistungsprüfung teil. Erfüllte die Bedingungen in der Zugleistungsprüfung. Trab gut, Galopp sehr gut.
Stockmaß: 167 cm
Bandmaß: 178 cm
Standorte: 163 Ziegenhain und Korbach, 1964 - 1966 Ziegenhain, 1967 - 1971 Korbach, 1972 - 1974 Hadamar

Radetzky

Leider habe ich nicht viele Informationen - ausser dem Pedigree - im Internet über Radetzky gefunden.

RADETZKY
gr 1.62m 1951
WESTFALE
410141251
RAMZES
gr 1937
ANGLOARABER TB
080402837 AA
auch in Westfalen
eingesetzt
RITTERSPORN
gr 1917
THOROUGHBRED
SAINT SAULGE
gr 1899, THOROUGHBRED
MOLLY CLARKE
1902, THOROUGHBRED
JORDI
gr 1928
SHAGYA ARAB
SHAGYA X-
gr 1909
SHAGYA ARAB 532
139 DEMETER
gr 1920, ARABER
MALTA
br 1942
WESTFALE
410614042
OXYD
blk 162cm 1924
EAST PRUSSIAN 090017424
SIRE OF OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS
IRRLEHRER
1905 TRAKEHNER
SIRE OF OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST
OXALIS
1918
TRAKEHNER, DE 390 9092273
MEERFAHRT
br 1937
HANNOVERANER
410350537 St.Pr.
MELEAGER
ch 1923
WESTFALE, DE 341 4100842-23
FINNLAENDERIN
br 1930 HANNOVERANER,
410243230 Westfalen

Ramzes x

Ramzes war zweimal als Leihhengst von seinem Besitzer Freiherr Clemens v. Nagel-Doornick der Holsteiner Zucht zur Verfügung gestellt ansonsten stand er überwiegend in Westfalen (Romanus Linie z.B.).
Ramzes deckte in Holstein von 1951-52 und 1959-60 .
Ramzes war ein Anglo-Arabischer Schimmel gezogen von Maria Gräfin Plater-Zyberk in Polen geboren am 22.3.1937 (gestorben 1966) . Ramzes Vater war der Vollblüter Rittersporn xx von Saint Saulge - La Sancy - Atlantic. Rittersporns Mutter Molly Clarke ging väterlicherseits auf Galopin und mütterlicherseits auf Hermit zurück - welche in der Vollblutzucht auch wiederum einen ziemlich guten Namen haben.

Ramzes Mutter JORDI ist eine interessante Mischung aus Shagya- und orginal Araber . Ihr Vater Shagya X-3 führt Mütterlicherseits wiederum Blut von Amurath 117 und Amurath ox . Amurath war eine gelungene Mischung aus Araber und Lippizaner- davon zweimal den orientalischen Zweig SIGLAVI und auch einmal den altspanischen Karster MEASTOSO xx . Mütterlicherseits geprägt von Tajar ox

Quelle: http://www.horse-gate.com/jh/index.html

Der anglo-arabische Schimmelhengst Ramzes x gehörte zu den großen deutschen Sportpferdemacher nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg. 
Ramzes x wurde 1937 in Polen geboren und ging 1948 in den Besitz des Clemens Freiherr von Nagel über. Dieser stellte ihn zunächst dem späteren Bundestrainer der Springreiter, Hans-Heinrich "Micky" Brinkmann, als Springpferd zur Verfügung, benutzte ihn aber parallel auch auf seinem Gestüt Vornholz zur Zucht. Zahlreiche Olympiapferde haben dort das Licht der Welt erblickt, und ohne Ramzes x wäre die gesamte deutsche Warmblutzucht heute kaum denkbar. Ramzes x wirkte 1951 und 1952 als Leihhengst auf der Holsteiner Landgestütsstation Neuendorf, wo er so gute Pferde wie Retina/Fritz Thiedemann, Romanus/Hans-Günther Winkler und Ramona/Alwin Schockemöhle zeugte. 
Die Ramzes x-Linie spaltete sich später in zwei bedeutende Hauptstämme auf: Von Holstein aus nahm der Raimond-Ramiro-Zweig starke Verbreitung, und zwar weltweit. Aus Westfalen setzte sich die Radetzky-Nachkommenschaft über Remus I-Romulus I -Romadour II nachhaltig durch.

Quelle: http://www.gestuet-haemelschenburg.de/html/ramzes.html

Deckeinsatz: 1949-1950 Vornholz, 1951-1952 Neuendorf, 1953-1958 Vornholz, 1959-1960 Neuendorf, 1961-1964 Vornholz, 1965 eingegangen.

gekörte Söhne: Ramano, Radetzky, Raubritter, Rhenus, Raimond, Roderich, Rigoletto, Römischer Prinz, Rasputin, Roman, Ramon


Sohn von Ramzes: RAMIRO (geb. 1965 gest. 1995)

Neben den hannoverschen Hengsten Agram und Ferdinand zählte der anglo-arabische Schimmel Ramzes x zum großen Dreigestirn der deutschen Sportpferdemacher nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg. Er war reinerbig, d. h., alle seine Kinder waren Schimmel. Das Symptom der Reinerbigkeit entsteht bei der Kreuzung zweier mischerbiger Schimmel mit einer Wahrscheinlichkeit von 25 Prozent. Neben Ramzes x wurden in späteren Jahren auch noch die reinerbigen Schimmel Capitano, Gardehusar, Godehard, Gold Dollar, Kontakt und More Magic xx in verschiedenen deutschen Warmblutzuchten bekannt.

Ramzes x wurde 1937 in Polen geboren und ging 1948 in den Besitz des Clemens Freiherr von Nagel über. Dieser stellte ihn zunächst dem späteren Bundestrainer der Springreiter, Hans-Heinrich "Micky" Brinkmann, als Springpferd zur Verfügung, benutzte ihn aber parallel auch auf seinem Gestüt Vornholz zur Zucht. Vornholz ist auch heute noch die bedeutendste Zuchtstätte Deutschlands, obwohl es seit 1978 nicht mehr existiert. Zahlreiche Olympiapferde haben dort das Licht der Welt erblickt, und ohne Ramzes x wäre die gesamte deutsche Warmblutzucht heute kaum denkbar. Ramzes x wirkte 1951 und 1952 als Leihhengst auf der Holsteiner Landgestütsstation Neuendorf, wo er so gute Pferde wie Retina/Fritz Thiedemann, Romanus/Hans-Günther Winkler und Ramona/Alwin Schockemöhle zeugte. Diese drei Pferde begründeten den Ruhm des Ramzes x in Holstein und sorgten dafür, daß er in den Decksaisons 1959 und 1960 nochmals nach Neuendorf zurückkehrte. Er zeugte abermals Springspitzen, überdies einige gekörte Söhne und züchterisch herausragende Töchter, von denen Vase als Vollschwester des erwähnten Romanus die möglicherweise bedeutendste war. Ihr Blut pulsiert heute in zahlreichen Holsteiner Pferden. Die Ramzes x-Linie spaltete sich später in zwei bedeutende Hauptstämme auf: Von Holstein aus nahm der Raimond-Ramiro-Zweig starke Verbreitung, und zwar weltweit. Aus Westfalen setzte sich die Radetzky-Nachkommenschaft über Remus I-Romulus I-Romadour II nachhaltig durch. Das Phänomen, daß die holsteinischen Ramzes x-Kinder mehrheitlich Springpferde waren und die westfälische Ramzes-Nachkommenschaft vor allem im Viereck (Remus/Harry Boldt, Mariano/Dr. Josef Neckermann, Tiga/Heinz Lammers) Erfolge verbuchten, hat sich von der F1-Generation mit leichten Abstrichen bis in die heutige Zeit durchgesetzt.

Quelle: http://www.horse-gate.com/jh/

Le Sancy xx

Le Sancy xx

LE SANCY gr.c. 1884 - Family # 4-h
Atlantic
ch. 1871
Thormanby
1857
WINDHOUND
1847
Pantaloon
Phryne
ALICE HAWTHORN
1838
Muley Moloch
Rebecca
Hurricane
1859
Wild Dayrell
1852
Ion
Ellen Middleton
Midia
1846
Scutari
Marinella
Gem Of Gems
gr. 1873
Strathconan
1863
Newminster
1848
Touchstone
Beeswing
Souvenir
1856
Chanticleer
Birthday
Poinsettia
1866
Young Melbourne
1855
Melbourne
Clarissa
Lady Hawthorn
1854
WINDHOUND
ALICE HAWTHORN
LE SANCY, gr.c. 1884. Sent to France, where his stud fee was 500 guineas, equal to that of St. Simon in England. He died in 1900.

RACE RECORD
Winner of 27 races in 43 starts, including Grand Prix de Deauville twice, Prix des Sablons, Prix Daru.

LE SANCY sired
BUISSON ARDENT (gr.c. 1895) winner of Prix de Lisieux, Prix de l'Eclus, Prix des Foals, Middle Park Stakes, Poule d'Essai des Poulins, Prix Jacques le Marois, 2nd St. James' Palace Stakes, 3rd Two Thousand Guineas. CHAMBERTIN (gr.c. 1894) winner of Grand St. Leger de France, Prix Royal Oak, Prix du Cadran. CYPRIOTE (gr.f. 1902) winner of Prix Saida, 2nd Prix de Deux Ans, 3rd Prix Eclipse, Prix la Moskowa, Prix de Buzenval. EX VOTO (b.c. 1900) winner of Prix du Jockey Club, Prix Hocquart. HEBRON (gr.c. 1900) winner of Criterium de Maisons-Lafitte. LE JUSTICIER (b.c. 1892) winner of Prix des Chenes, Prix de Conde, Prix du Cedre, Prix de Seine-et-Marne, Eclipse Stakes, Prix d'Hedouville, Prix d'Escovil, Prix de Bois Roussel, Prix Guillaume le Conquerant, 2nd Prix Royal Oak, 3rd Prince of Wales' Stakes. LE SAGITTAIRE (ch.c. 1892) winner of Prix Morny, Grand Criterium, Prix Greffulhe, Prix Lupin, Prix des Sablons. LE SAMARITAIN (gr.c. 1895) winner of Prix de Guiche, Prix Daru, Prix des Acacias, Grand St. Leger de France, Grand Prix de Deauville. PALMISTE (gr.c. 1894) winner of Prix Lupin, Prix Greffulhe, Prix du Jockey Club, 2nd Grand Criterium. SEMENDRIA (gr.f. 1897) winner of Poule d'Essai des Pouliches, Grand Prix de Paris, Prix Vermeille, Grosser Preis von Baden-Baden, Pris de la Foret. XYLENE (b.f. 1901) winner of Poule d'Essai des Pouliches, 3rd Prix Vermeille.

FAMILY
1st dam

GEM OF GEMS (gr.f. 1873 x Strathconan) dam of -
. ESCARBOUCLE (b.f. 1882 x Doncaster) winner of Prix Royal Oak, Prix Gladiateur.
. . FRA ANGELICO (b.c. 1889 x Perplexe) winner of Poule d'Essai des Poulins, Prix de la Foret, Prix Greffulhe, Zukunfts Rennen.
. LE SANCY (subject stallion x Atlantic).

2nd dam
POINSETTIA (br.f. 1866 x Young Melbourne) winner, dam of -
. ELLANGOWAN (b.f. 1876 x Strathconan) winner of Criterion Nursery Stakes, Chaplin Stakes, Lonsdale Plate, Great Northern Handicap.
. . BALMORAL (b.f. 1882 x King Lud) winner of Beaufort Stakes.
. . . NIGHEAN (b.f. 1892 x Galopin) winner of Great Northern St. Leger, Yorkshire Oaks.
. . . . NAIADE (b.f. 1900 x Omnium) winner of Prix Vermont.

3rd dam
LADY HAWTHORN (b.f. 1854 x Windhound) winner, dam of -
. GIBSIDE LADY (br.f. 1863 x Rataplan)
. . ENGLAND'S QUEEN (b.f. 1872 x King of Trumps)
. . . BEATRICE (b.f. 1879 x Munden) winner of Batthyany Stakes.
. . . . DUNOVER (ch.f. 1892 x Donovan) winner of Wynyard Plate, Newcastle Stakes.
. . . KONIGIN (gr.f. 1884 x Strathconan)
. . . . KONIGSWINTER (gr.c. 1890 x Recorder) winner of Henckel Rennen, Hertefeld Rennen.
. . THE PLUM (b.f. 1867 x Scandal)
. . . SARSAPARILLA (b.f. 1876 x Winslow)
. . . . BUENOS AIRES (br.c. 1890 x Chivalrous) winner of Gran Premio Nacional.
. . . . PORTENO (b.c. 1892 x Chivalrous) winner of Gran Premio Carlos Pellegrini, Gran Premio Nacional, Premio Comparacion twice, Gran Premio de Honor.
. LADY ALICE HAWTHORN (b.f. 1859 x Newminster)
. . HAWTHORNDALE (ch.f. 1867 x Kettledrum)
. . . DAHLIA (b.f. 1879 x Paganini)
. . . . DAHLMANN (b.c. 1893 x Aspirant) winner of Henckel Rennen, Deutsches St. Leger, Hertefeld Rennen, Alexander Rennen.
. . . . DALBERG (b.c. 1887 x Rosicrucian) winner of Grosser Preis von Berlin, Deutsches Derby, Union Rennen, Herzog von Ratibor Rennen.
. . . FILOMENA (ch.f. 1888 x Petrarch) winner of Wigston Plate, Zetland Plate.
. . . . FER (b.c. 1899 x St. Serf) winner of Prix Royal Oak, Prix Mackenzie-Grieves, Prix de Martinvast, Prix de Cloture.
. . . . QUO VADIS (ch.c. 1900 x Winkfield's Pride) winner of Prix Noailles, Grand Prix de Paris, 2nd Prix du Jockey-Club, Prix Royal Oak, 3rd Prix Lupin.
. . . FLORENTINE (ch.c. 1884 x Petrarch) winner of Middle Park Stakes, St. James' Palace Stakes.
. . . HAUTEUR (br.f. 1880 x Rosicrucian) winner of Acorn Stakes, Clearwell Stakes, Champagne Stakes, One Thousand Guineas Stakes, Alexandra Plate, 2nd Oaks Stakes.
. . . . HARFLEUR (ch.f. 1890 x Archiduc) winner of Nassau Stakes, Midland Counties Handicap, Alexandra Plate, Newmarket October Handicap.
. . . . Hautesse (br.f. 1891 x Archiduc) 2nd Newcastle Stakes.
. . HAWTHORN BLOOM (br.f. 1864 x Kettledrum)
. . . ALBERT (b.c. 1882 x Albert Victor) Leading Sire in America.
. . . HAWTHORN (b.f. 1884 x Albert Victor) winner of Prince of Wales' Stakes, Osmaston Nursery Handicap.
. . . . Full Bloom (b.f. 1892 x Fullerton) 3rd Chippenham Stakes.
. . . . HAUTBOIS (b.c. 1903 x Lutin) winner of Grand St. Leger de France, Grosser Preis von Baden-Baden.
. . . WHIN BLOSSOM (b.f. 1879 x Springfield) winner.
. . LADY LUMLEY (b.f. 1875 x See Saw) winner of Stanley Stakes, Fern Hill Stakes, 2nd Astley Stakes.
. . . COUNTESS LILIAN (b.f. 1885 x Isonomy) winner of Clyde Plate, Welter Handicap.
. . . . Lady Linton (bbr.f. 1899 x Ladas) 2nd Great Northern Leger, Egremont Plate, Bradgate Park Plate.
. . . SISTER LUMLEY (br.f. 1892 x St. Honorat) winner of Home-Bred Foal Stakes.
. . . . ABBOT'S ANNE (br.f. 1899 x Right-Away) winner.
. . LOTUS (ch.f. 1878 x Doncaster)
. . . BLAVATSKY (ch.f. 1888 x Isonomy) winner of Imperial Produce Stakes.
. . . Free And Easy (b.f. 1884 x Hilarious) 3rd Eaton Plate, Manor House Plate.
. . . RIVERSDALE (b.c. 1883 x Tynedale) winner of Manchester Cup.
. MAY BLOOM (b.f. 1861 x Newminster)
. . LADY MENTMORE (b.f. 1869 x King Tom)
. . . MEHALLAH (b.f. 1880 x Kingfisher)
. . . . MAKALLAH (b.f. 1895 x Tammany) winner of Daisy Stakes.
. . VERDURE (ch.f. 1867 x King Tom)
. . . Vista (ch.f. 1879 x Macaroni) 2nd Shrewsbury Cup, 3rd Manchester November Handicap.
. . . . BONA VISTA (ch.c. 1889 x Bend Or) winner of Woodcote Stakes, Newmarket Biennial Stakes, Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, Leading Sire in Hungary.
. . . . SIR VISTO (b.c. 1892 x Barcaldine) winner of Derby Stakes, St. Leger Stakes, Imperial Produce Stakes, 3rd Two thousand Guineas Stakes.
. . . . VELASQUEZ (b.c. 1894 x Donovan) winner of New Stakes, July Stakes, Princess of Wales' Stakes, Champagne Stakes twice, Eclipse Stakes, Champion Stakes, Prince of Wales' Stakes, 2nd Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, Derby Stakes.
. QUEEN OF THE MAY (ch.f. 1868 x King of Trumps) winner.
. . QUEEN OF THE HILLS (ch.f. 1879 x Exminster)
. . . Queen of the Spring (b.f. 1890 x Springfield) 2nd Champagne Stakes, Troy Stakes.
. . . . ST. WINDELINE (ch.f. 1899 x St. Simon) winner of Champagne Stakes, Soltykoff Stakes, Prince of Wales' Stakes, Biennial Stakes, Lingfield Park Plate,City of London Breeders' Foal Plate, Ayr County Cup, 2nd One Thousand Guineas Stakes, Yorkshire Oaks.
. . . RED QUEEN (ch.f. 1887 x Uncas)
. . . . QUEEN OF THE RIVERS (ch.f. 1895 x Gallinule) winner of Marble Hill Stakes, Corporation Stakes.
. . QUEEN OF THE MEADOWS (b.f. 1877 x Exminster) winner Broomfield Nursery Handicap (tie), Buccleuch Handicap, Haddington Handicap.
. . . TYRANT (b.c. 1885 x Beauclerc) winner of Chester Cup, Doncaster Cup.
. . Queen of the Valley (b.f. 1880 x Exminster) 3rd Richmond Members' Handicap.

4th dam
ALICE HAWTHORN
(b.f. 1838 x Muley Moloch) winner of 52 races, Chester Cup, Cheshire Stakes, Goodwood Cup, Doncaster Cup, Richmond Cup, Great Ebor Handicap, dam of -
. LORD FAUCONBERG (b.c. 1850 x Birdcatcher) Sire.
. OULSTON (b.c. 1852 x Melbourne) Sire.
. SWEET HAWTHORN (br.f. 1858 x Sweetmeat)
. . JANE (b.f. 1870 x Asteroid)
. . . EOS (b.f. 1878 x Prince Charlie) winner of Haydock Plate, Gerard Stakes.
. . LADY NATEBY (br.f. 1866 x Van Galen))
. . . LADY PORTLAND (br.f. 1871 x The Primate))
. . . . MISS JUMMY (b.f. 1883 x Petrarch) winner of Buckenham Stakes, Rutland Stakes, Clearwell Stakes, Riddlesworth Stakes, One Thousand Guineas Stakes, Oaks Stakes, Nassau Stakes, Racing Stakes, Park Hill Stakes.
. . REBECCA (b.f. 1868 x Lord Clifden) winner of Yorkshire Oaks.
. . YOUNG ALICE (b.f. 1865 x Young Melbourne)
. . . BEN BATTLE (bbr.c. 1871 x Rataplan) winner of Beresford Stakes, Irish Derby Stakes, 6 Royal Plates, 2 Lord Lieutenant's Plates, 2nd Baldoyle Derby, Leading Sire in Ireland.
. . . FAIR ALICE (br.f. 1873 x Cambuscan) winner of the Royal Whip.
. . . . ORBIT (ch.c. 1885 x Bend Or) winner of Champion Nursery Handicap, Criterion Nursery Handicap, Doveridge Stakes, Craven Stakes, Eclipse Stakes, 3rd Two Thousand Guineas Stakes.
. THORMANBY (ch.c. 1857 x Windhound) winner of Gimcrack Stakes, Criterion Stakes, Derby Stakes, Ascot Gold Cup, Leading Sire.

Infos von http://www.bloodlines.net/TB/

Galopin xx

Galopin
bbr. 1872
Vedette
br. 1854
Voltigeur
1847
VOLTAIRE
Martha Lynn
Mrs. Ridgeway
1849
Birdcatcher
Nan Darrell
Flying Duchess
b. 1853
The Flying Dutchman
1846
Bay Middleton
Barbelle
Merope
1841
VOLTAIRE
Juniper Mare

Galopin, having been purchased as a yearling from the Middlepark Stud of Mr. Blenkiron, went on to a successful turf career, winning the Fern Hill and New Stakes at Ascot as a two-year old, and the Derby, Newmarket Derby, a match against Lowlander over the Rowley Mile, and three others races as three-year old. He wasn't trained at four, due to the Prince's ill health, and, although perfectly sound, was sent to stud. He was a Leading Sire in 1888, 1889 and 1898. In addition to St. Simon, he sired Galliard (br.c. 1880) who won the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, Donovan (b.c. 1886) who won the Derby Stakes and St. Leger Stakes, Galeottia (b.f. 1892) who won the One Thousand Guineas Stakes, Disraeli (b.c. 1895) who won the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, Satchel (br.f. 1882) who won the Oaks Stakes, and Aida (b.f. 1898) who won the One Thousand Guineas Stakes. Galopin and St. Angela also produced Angelica (b.f. 1879), a full sister to St. Simon, who in turn, when mated with the great Ormonde (b.c. 1883), produced Orme (b.c. 1889) the sire of Flying Fox (b.c. 1896) and Orby (ch.c. 1904).Upon the death of the Prince, his horses were sold. Galopin went to Mr. Henry Chaplin for 8000 guineas, and St. Angela, in foal to Galopin, went to Leopold de Rothschild for 320 guineas and was sent to France. Trainer Matthew Dawson purchased St. Simon for the Duke of Portland for 1600 guineas.
Galopin went on to a successful turf career at two and three. He wasn't trained at four, due to the Prince's ill health, and, although perfectly sound, was sent to stud.

Info von http://www.bloodlines.net/TB/

Vater von:
St. Simon, Angelica, Atalanta, Ben-My-Chree, Bonnie Gal, Briseis, Chinkara, Corrie Roy, Dainty, Donovan, Flitters, Galeazzo, Galeotta, Galicia, Galliard, Knight Of Malta, St. Angelo, Tarantula, Vampire, War Sprite

Atlantic xx

ATLANTIC ch.c. 1871 - Family # 3-b
Thormanby
chestnut, 1857
THOROUGHBRED
Great Britain
Champion Sire
Windhound
1847
Pantaloon, 1824 Castrel, 1801
Idalia, 1815
Phryne, 1840 Touchstone, 1831
Decoy, 1830
Alice Hawthorn
1838
Muley Moloch, 1830 Muley, 1810
Nancy, 1813
Rebecca, 1831 Lottery, 1820
Cervantes Mare, 1818
Hurricane
b 1859
THOROUGHBRED
Great Britain
Wild Dayrell
1852
Ion, 1835 Cain, 1822
Margaret, 1831
Ellen Middleton, 1846 Bay Middleton, 1833
Myrrha, 1831
Midia
1846
Scutari, 1837 Sultan, 1816
Velvet, 1823
Marinella, 1824 Soothsayer, 1808
Bess, 1806
ATLANTIC, ch.c. 1871. Trained by Matthew Dawson and ridden by Fred Archer, he was later purchased from Lord Falmouth and sent to France.

RACE RECORD
Ham Produce Stakes, Buckenham Stakes, Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, Ascot Derby, 3rd Derby Stakes.

ATLANTIC sired
FITZ ROYA (b.c. 1887) winner of Prix d'Automne, Grand Prix de Paris, Prix la Rochette, Prix de Malleret, Prix de Juin, 3rd Prix du Jockey-Club. FOUSI-YAMA (ch.c. 1890) winner of Prix Boiard, Prix du Cadran, Prix Daru. LE CAPRICORN (ch.c. 1888) winner of Grosser Preis von Baden-Baden. LE SANCY (gr.c. 1884) winner of 27 races in 43 starts, including Grand Prix de Deauville twice, Prix des Sablons, Prix Daru. PIETRA MALA (b.f. 1892) winner of Princess Stakes, Richmond Stakes, Gimcrack Stakes, Champagne Stakes, Whitsuntide Plate.

FAMILY
1st dam

HURRICANE (b.f. 1859 x Wild Dayrell) winner of One Thousand Guineas Stakes, Aske Produce Stakes, Triennial Produce Stakes, Match. Dam of -
. ATLANTIC (subject stallion x Thormanby).
. ATLANTIS (ch.f. 1867 x Thormanby) winner of Clearwell Stakes, Prendergast Stakes.
. . HAPPY LAND (b.f. 1885 x Musket)
. . . FAR AWAY (br.f. 1896 x Bill of Portland)
. . . . AILSA (b.f. 1901 x Wallace) winner of WRC Telegraph Handicap.
. . . HOVA (b.c. 1890 x Ingomar) winner of VRC Newmarket Handicap, Melbourne Stakes, All Aged Stakes twice, Flying Stakes, September Stakes, Loch Plate.
. . . UNITED STATES (c. 1898 x Bill of Portland) winner of VRC Sires' Produce Stakes.
. . KING BAN (br.c. 1875 x King Tom) Sire in America.
. . SYBIL (ch.f. 1888 x Leolinus)
. . . MISS GLADYS (br.f. 1894 x Cuirassier)
. . . . APOLOGUE (b.c. 1902 x Phoebus Apollo) winner of VRC Melbourne Cup, Coongy Handicap.
. . . . GLADSOME (ch.f. 1900 x Seaton Delaval) winner of 27 of 64 starts, including NZ Oaks Stakes, Great Northern Derby, WRC Wellington Cup, VATC Futurity Stakes.
. CATACLYSM (br.f. 1872 x Lord Lyon) winner of Convivial Stakes, Home-Bred Produce Stakes.
. . RAJTA RAJTA (b.c. 1885 x Ruperra) winner of Osterreichisches Derby.
. PACIFIC (b.c. 1875 x Thormanby) winner of Gratwicke Produce Stakes.
. STROMBOLI (ch.c. 1866 x King Tom) winner of Strafford Stakes.
. WHIRLWIND (b.f. 1876 x Kingcraft) winner of Stetchworth Stakes, Triennial Produce Stakes, Newmarket Oaks, sent to Agentina.
. . ASTERIA (b.f. 1893 x Gay Hermit)
. . . CASIOPEA (ch.f. 1906 x Kendal) winner of Gran Premio Seleccion, Gran Premio Jockey Club.
. . . . Dogaresa (b.f. 1923 x Your Majesty) 2nd Premio 25 de Mayo, 3rd Premio Ramon Biaus.
. . . PIMIENTO (ch.c. 1899 x Stiletto) winner of Gran Premio Carlos Pellegrini, Premio General Pueyrredon, Premio Comparacion.
. . GALE (b.f. 1884 x Galopin)
. . . GALINGALE (b.f. 1891 x Minting)
. . . . WATER LILY (ch.f. 1898 x Ocean Wave) winner of 2 Maiden events, sent to Germany.

2nd dam
MIDIA (ch.f. 1846 x Scutari)
. AVALANCHE (br.f. 1857 x Wild Dayrell) winner of Biennial Stakes twice, London Bridge Stakes, 7 Queen's Plates.
. CYNRICUS (br.c. 1856 x Ambrose) winner of July Stakes, St. James' Palace Stakes, Craven Plate, 2nd Two Thousand Guineas Stakes.
. LYMINGTON (b.c. 1865 x Wild Dayrell) winner of Derby Trial Stakes, Liverpool St. Leger, Innkeeper's Plate, Open Hunt Cup, Welter Cup.
. SYDMONTON (b.c. 1862 x Vengeance) winnre of Great Devonshire Produce Stakes, Biennial Stakes, 3 Queen's Plates, Devonshire Stakes and County Cup, Warwick Cup, the Whip.
. TORNADO (b.f. 1860 x Wild Dayrell) winner of Convivial Stakes, Triennial Produce Stakes twice, Herbert Handicap, Match.
. TYPHOON (b.f. 1861 x Wild Dayrell)
. . CYCLONE (b.f. 1873 x Parmesan)
. . . CYNOSURE (b.c. 1886 x Tom Ochiltree) winner of Brooklyn Derby.
. . . KING ERIC (b.c. 1887 x King Ernest) winner of Nursery Handicap, Withers Stakes.

3rd dam
MARINELLA (ch.f. 1824 x Soothsayer)

4th dam
BESS (br.f. 1806 x Waxy)

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Eclipse xx


ECLIPSE (ch.c. 1764) x Marske - Spiletta x Regulus. # 12.

ECLIPSE ch.c. 1764 - Family # 12
Marske
br. 1750
Squirt
1732
Bartlet's Childers
1716
Darley Arabian
Betty Leedes
SNAKE MARE
1713
LISTER'S SNAKE
Grey Wilkes
The Ruby Mare Hutton's Blacklegs
1725
Hutton's Bay Turk
Coneyskins Mare
Bay Bolton Mare
1728
Bay Bolton
Fox Cub Mare
Spiletta
b. 1749
Regulus
1739
Godolphin Arabian
1724
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.
Grey Robinson
1723
Bald Galloway
SNAKE MARE
Mother Western
1731
Easby Snake LISTER'S SNAKE
Akaster Turk Mare
Montagu Mare
1725
Darcy's Old Montagu
Hautboy Mare

Bred by HRH William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, he was foaled during the total eclipse of the sun for which he was named, at the Duke's Cranbourne Lodge stud. John Lawrence described him as a mature horse: "When I first saw him he appeared in high health, of a robust constitution. His shoulder was very thick, but extensive and well placed; his hind-quarters appeared higher than his fore-hand; and it was said that no horse in his gallop ever threw his haunches with greater effect, his agility and his stride being on a par. He stood over a great deal of ground, and in that respect was the opposite of Flying Childers - a short-backed, compact horse, whose reach lay in his lower limbs. " He is thought to have stood around 15.2 hands.

After the Duke's death, in October of 1765, his stable was dispersed at auction by Mr. Richard Tattersall. Eclipse was purchased by William Wildman for 75 gs. In 1769 Dennis O'Kelly purchased a half-interest in him for 650 gs. and later bought the remainder for 1,100 gs.

An unruly colt, he was said to have been sent to a rough-rider who was also a notorious poacher by night. While there may have been little truth in the story, it indicates his obstreperous nature. In his first start, in 1769, he won £50 distancing all four of his opponents, including Feather (b.c. 1763), while under massive restraint by his jockey. O'Kelly won a great deal of money from betting on Eclipse, and it is said that the famous phrase "Eclipse first, the rest nowhere" originated on this day. He won another £50 race and then his first King's Plate, at Ascot. He walked over for his next two starts, then won the City silver bowl, distancing his rivals in the first heat. He walked over for a King's Plate at Canterbury, then two days later he won a King's Plate at Lewes. In his final race of the year he won the King's Plate at Litchfield. In 1770 he beat Bucephalus (ch.c. 1764) at Newmarket, then won the King's Plate there. At Guildford he walked over for the King's Plate and later at the same meet won over £300 beating Tortoise and Bellario (b.c. 1763). At Lincoln he walked over for a King's Plate. At Newmarket he won 150 gs., and the next day walked over for the King's Plate. He won all of his eighteen starts, including eleven King's Plates, with ease, apparently never having been extended. For ten of these Plates he carried 12st., more weight than any other previous winner in England. Sportsmen agreed he was the best horse seen on the turf since Flying Childers.

Sir Theodore Cook wrote of him: "His excellence was not only owing to the races he won, but even more clearly to the astonishing ease with which he won them, and to the fact that in addition to his undoubted speed and stride, he possessed sound wind, an ability to carry heavy weight, and an endurance over long distances which could never be thoroughly tested, for its limit was never reached."

In 1771 he retired to stud at Clay Hill, near Epsom, Surrey, where he stayed until 1788, when he was moved, in a carriage pulled by a pair, to O'Kelly's Cannons Park stud in Stanmore, Middlesex. His fee was 50 gs. the first year, and later varied between 25 and 30 gs.

An overwhelming success in the stud, he became the tail-male ancestor of nearly every living thoroughbred. He sired the Derby winners *Saltram (br.c. 1780), Young Eclipse (b.c. 1778) and Serjeant (b.c. 1781). His son Volunteer (ch.c. 1780) sired the Derby winner *Spread Eagle (b.c. 1792). He also sired the excellent racehorse and sire Pot-8-Os (ch.c. 1773) and the Leading Sire King Fergus (ch.c. 1775).

Oddly enough Eclipse was never a Leading Sire himself, although he was second eleven times between 1778 and 1788. He died of colic at Cannons in 1789.

Professor to the Veterinary College of London, M. Charles Vial de St. Bel performed an autopsy on Eclipse. His measurements determined that the horse stood 16.2 hands. While without artistic pretensions, his detailed drawings reveal significantly different markings from those generally seen in other portraits.

by Francis Sartorius.

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Marske xx


MARSKE (br.c. 1750) x Squirt - The Ruby Mare x Hutton's Blacklegs. # 8.

MARSKE br.c. 1750 - Family # 8
Squirt
1732
Bartlet's Childers
1716
Darley Arabian
1700
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Betty Leedes Old Careless
Cream Cheeks
Snake Mare
1713
Lister's Snake
1705
Lister Turk
Hautboy Mare
Grey Wilkes Hautboy
Miss Darcy's Pet Mare
The Ruby Mare Hutton's Blacklegs
1725
Hutton's Bay Turk
1720
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.
Coneyskins Mare Rutland's Coneyskins
Old Clubfoot
Bay Bolton Mare
1728
Bay Bolton
1705
Grey Hautboy
Makeless Mare
Fox Cub Mare Fox Cub
Coneyskins Mare

Bred by John Hutton, he was named after the village, near Richmond, Yorkshire, where he was born. He was traded as a weanling to HRH the Duke of Cumberland in exchange for a chestnut Arabian.

His turf career was mediocre, although he won three races. In 1754 at Newmarket he received a forfeit of 40 gs.; won a jockey club plate for 100 gs. defeating Pytho (gr.c. 1750), Brilliant (c. 1750), and Ginger (d.c. 1750); and beat Ginger again for 300 gs. carrying 9 st. over the Beacon Course. In 1755 he lost to Brilliant and Syphon (ch.c. 1750). In 1756 he was defeated in two matches by Snap (br.c. 1750), and later that year paid a forfeit to Spectator (b.c. 1749).

Retired to the Duke's stud, Cranbourne Lodge, in Windsor Forest, he was a private stallion until the Duke's death in 1765. He was sold in the dispersal sale at Mr. Tattersall's to a Dorsetshire farmer for a small sum, and in 1766 covered there for half a guinea. Then, purchased by Mr. Wildman for 20 gs., he covered at Bistern, near Ringwood, Hampshire, in 1767 and 1768. In 1769 he stood at Gibbons' Grove, near Leatherhead, Surrey, where his fee rose to 30 gs. over the next few years. After his son Eclipse (ch.c. 1764) established his supremacy, Marske became immensely popular and was purchased by the Earl of Abingdon for 1000 gs. He stood at his Lordship's stud in Rycroft, Oxfordshire, where he commanded a fee of 100 gs. He sired numbers of excellent racehorses, among them Young Marske (b.c. 1771) and *Shark (br.c. 1771).

Marske was a Leading Sire in 1775 and 1776. He died at Rycroft in 1779.

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Darley Arabian xx


DARLEY ARABIAN (b.c. 1702)

1. Bild: An anonymous print appearing in Thomas Henry Taunton's book Portraits of Celebrated Racehorses.
2. Bild: A print of the life-size painting by J. N. Sartorius, said to have hung in the hall at Aldby,
along with a painting of Aleppo and one of Mother Neasham.

Darley Arabian xx 

einer der 3 arab. Stammhengste der engl. Vollblutzucht.
Thomas Darley, der britische Botschafter in Aleppo in Syrien, kaufte für seinen Bruder Richard einen wunderschönen, dunkelbraunen Vollblutaraber, der 1704 nach England kam. Hier wirkte er im Darley-Gestüt in Aldby in Yorkshire als Deckhengst bis ins hohe Alter von 30 Jahren, wo er durch seine Nachkommen die engl. Vollblutzucht wesentlich beeinflußte und auch über seine Nachkommen Messenger xx und Hambletonian xx nachhaltigen Einfluß hatte. Damit wurde er einer der drei männlichen Begründer der englischen Vollblutzucht, neben Byerley Turk und Godolphin Barb. Was ohne Darley Arabian aus dieser Zucht geworden wäre, ist schwer vorstellbar, denn über 90 Prozent aller heute lebenden rund 800.000 Englischen Vollblüter der Welt gehen auf diesen Hengst zurück, und zwar ausnahmslos über dessen Ururenkel Eclipse.

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He was purchased in Aleppo by Thomas Darley for his father Richard Darley at Aldby Park, near York, England, in 1704. According to C. M. Prior, Richard Darley died in 1706, being succeeded by his eldest son Henry. On Henry's death in 1720, his sister Jane inherited Adlby, and she later married John Brewster of Hertfordshire. The horse stood at Aldby, under its succeeding owners, for the rest of his life.

The General Stud Book says he was probably a Turk or a Syrian horse, however, the eminent authority Sir Theodore Cook says he was the only authentically pure Anazah Arabian in the stud book. He stood about 15 hands.

Thomas Henry Taunton reproduces a letter from Thomas to his brother John describing the horse: "The colt, bought about a year and a half ago, with a design to send him to my father the very first opportunity. He comes four years old the latter end of March, or beginning of April next. His colour is bay, and his near fore-foot before, with his hind-feet, has white upon them. He has a blaze down his face, something of the largest. He is about fifteen hands high, of the most esteemed race among the Arabs, both by sire and dam, and the name is called Mannicka. Shall send him over by an intimate friend of mine, the Hon. and Rev. Henry Brydges, son to Lord Chandos, who embarks in the Ipswich, Captain W. Waklin. Hope he will not be much disliked; for he is highly esteemed here, where I could have sold him at a very considerable price, if I had not designed him for England. I have desired Mr. Brydges to deliver him to my brother John, or my cousin Charles Waite, who he can find (sic); and they are to follow my father's orders in sending him into the country. Signed Thomas Darley, Aleppo, December 28th, 1705."

He stood privately and did not get a great number of mares. He sired *Bulle Rock (b.c. 1709), the first thoroughbred to arrive in America. He also sired the full brothers Almanzor (ch.c. 1713) and Aleppo (b.c. 1711), and the full brothers Flying Childers (b.c. 1715) and Bartlet's Childers (b.c. 1716). Through Bartlet's Childers, Squirt, Marske and Eclipse he established the sire line to which most living thoroughbreds trace in tail-male. He was a Champion Sire in 1722.

The Darley Arabian remained at Aldby Park until his death, which date is unknown.

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Lister Turk C - 1683

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Lister Turk or Stradling Turk gr.c. c1683. Sire Line Lister Turk. 
Said to have been taken from the Turks at the seige of Buda in 1686, during the reign of James 2nd, and brought to England by the Duke of Berwick [GSB, i, 389]. The Duke of Berwick was the illigitimate son of King James 2nd. Prior notes that on the Duke's return in 1687, he was only seventeen years old, and that he "probably" brought the Turk with him [Early Records, 79].

Lister Turk may have remained the property of the Duke between his return to England in 1687 and his flight to France in January of 1689. At some later point the Turk came into the possession of Matthew Lister, and stood at his Burwell Park stud, near Louth, in Lincolnshire.

Lister Turk exerted considerable influence in the stud, appearing five times in the pedigree of Eclipse (ch.c. 1764 Marske). His best son was probably Snake, although Coneyskins became a good broodmare sire. Brother to Snake sired the taproot mare of Family 69. Lister Turk seemingly lived on into venerable old age as Coneyskins wasn't born until 1712.

Lister Turk Mares 
1. The Duke of Kingston's Piping Peg [ex-Hobby Mare] (gr.f. c1698), a foundation mare of Family 23. There is considerable confusion in the early sources surrounding Piping Peg and the mare named "Hobby Mare" although it is probable that they were the same mare. The "Hobby Mare" was bred by Edward Leedes in North Yorkshire and was dam of Brocklesby Betty (ch.f. 1711 Curwen's Bay Barb). In 1706, after her purchase by Evelyn Pierrepont, 1st Duke of Kingston, Piping Peg lost an eight mile race for 500 guineas to Wenn, owned by John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol. 
2. Sister to Piping Peg, the dam of Hip (gr.c. 1716 Curwen's Bay Barb). 
3. Lister Turk Mare, the 2nd dam of *Bulle Rock (b.c. 1709 Darley Arabian), usually cited as the first "bred" horse to arrive in America. 
4. "Black Lister Mare," a broodmare in the Duke of Ancaster's stud, the 2nd dam of Ancaster's Crab (gr.c. 1726 Wynn's Arabian) who was thought to have been sent to Virginia in 1737.

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