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the auspices of the government.

"We thus see the French Government the most liberal patron of the
breeder and the stallioner, but farther yet than this, it becomes an important
factor in sustaining the prices of the finest types of all breeds, as the hundreds
of stallions of the very highest order of merit that they are obliged to buy
annually to supply the Haras, creates a constant demand for the best types at
very high prices.

The valuable qualities claimed for the French Coach horses over those of
other Coach breeds are based upon a system of breeding not possessed by any
other race.

The breeding of all classes of domestic animals in every other country is
conducted by individual enterprise and the outgrowth of individual ideas.
Therefore the fixity of type is greatly affected or destroyed altogether by the
variety of opinions entertained by the large number of people of diflerent
tastes engaged in the breeding ; hence so general a lack of that uniformity of
.character so highly esteemed and so necessary in every successful breeding
animal. The French Coach breed, instead of being the product of a multi-
plicity of ideas, has been developed under the exclusive guidance of the Director
General of the National Studs of France; and as these officials are educated
in the same school from generation to generation, are taught to value the same
form, seek for the same qualities and pursue the same system, we can under-
stand how it has been possible for them to attain such high perfection and
great uniformity in the horses of the country. The power exercised by
the Inspector-General is extraordinary, controlling, as he does, the selection of
the 2,500 stallions owned exclusively by the government, and the thousands of
others annually inspected, which must obtain his approval before receiving



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their permits and subsidy ; and further, all breeders are confined exclusively
to the use of animals inspected and licensed by this department. This places
horse-breeding entirely under government control, as far as the stallions,
which so greatly control results, can do.

The Coach stallions, as will be seen by the pedigrees given in the follow-
ing pages (which are transcripts from the government record, the original
certificate of birth accompanying each individual), are the descendants, and
possess a combination of the Arab, the famous breed of the Merlerault, and the
French and English thoroughbreds. The most famous trotting families of
this breed are the result of the mingling of the blood of the Norfolk trotters,
a breed that through imported Bel founder has given to American trotters
much of their renown, imported Phenomenon in France corresponding to
imported Belfounder in the United States.

The uniting of all the valuable qualities of the various breeds, and con-
centrating them through several generations under the direction of a single
mind, has developed a race of such size and perfect symmetry, and a wonder-
ful endurance that makes it possible for them to trot, as three and four-year
olds, the three to seven mile races common to that country. . Although they
do not attain the high rate of speed as American trotters do, when we consider
the size of the animals, many of them attaining a weight of 1,300 to 1,400
pounds, in trotting condition, their cumbersome vehicles or heavy-weight
riders, and inferior tracks, we cannot but recognize that they possess qualities
unequaled by any other breed. The National Studs are supplied with these
stallions from various parts of France, where the breed has attained its high-
est perfection. The mares are owned by the breeders of the country, and the
stallions are in use by the government which buys large numbers to keep up
its supply.

The finest of these horses are bred in the department of Calvados, where,
in the fall of every year, the government purchases are made. In order to
secure the very finest to supply the trade of Oaklawn, we make our purchases
in the summer, before the government stallions are selected, thus securing the
choicest of every year's production, the government always buying three-year
olds. While this system has the advantage of securing the very best animals,
it also necessitates the payment of larger prices in order to obtain them. The
policy of this course has never for a moment been doubted by me. My patrons
have never been of a class seeking to purchase animals of an inferior quality,
even though they may be obtained at low prices.

Confident that no horses of this breed that have ever been brought from
France have been accompanied by the records of finer lineage or possess
higher individual qualities than those described in the following pages, I
submit them to the criticism of all who desire to inspect or purchase, with full
confidence that they will prove as valuable and successful in America as their
ancestors have in France.

M. W. DUNHAM.

Oaklawn, November 1, 1887.



FKENCH COACH HORSES.



(Hoof No. 48.) ARPENTEUR.

Bay; foaled May 24, 1883; imported 1886; bred by M. Denis
• Duverger, of Brocottes, department of Calvados ; got by the govern-
ment stallion Ulbach ; dam Ceres by Centaure out of a daughter of
Great Western.

Ulbach, by Glaneur out of a daughter of John Bull, he by Taconnet out of a
daughter of Sultan, he by Tipple Cider out of a daughter of Dupleix, he by
Pickpocket out of Marquise by Young Rattler, he by Rattler out of the
Snap Mare.
Taconnkt, by Idalis out of a daughter of Faust I, he by Biron out of a daugh-
ter of Lucholl, he by Old Lucholl.
Biron, by Captain Candid out of Helene by Eastham, he by Sir Oliver out

of Cowslip by Alexander.
Captain Candid, by Cerberus out of Mandane by Pot-8-os.
Idalis, by Don Quichotte out of a daughter of Chapman, he by Trotteur, he

by Chapman.
Don Quichotte, by Sylvio out of Moina by Tigris, he by Quitz out of Per-

sepolis by Alexander.
Sylvio, by Trance out of Hebe by Rubens.
Tipple Cider, by Defence out of Deposit by Blacklock.
Pickpocket, by St. Patrick out of the Hedley Mare.
Glaneur, by Buckthorn out of Alma by Prime "Warden.
Buckthorn, by Venison out of Zelia by Emilius, he by Emilius out of Cobweb,

by Phantom.
Centaure, by Seducteur out of a daughter of Merlcrault, he by Royal Oak out
of a daughter of Sylvio, etc
Royal Oak, by Caton out of Smolensk© Mare.
Seducteur, by Noteur out of a daughter of Fatibello, he by Sylvio, etc., out of
a daughter of Y, he by Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by Invin-
cible, he by Hoemus out of Regatta by Camel.
NoTEUR, by Eylau out of a daughter of Diomed, he by Young Rattler, etc., out

of a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.
Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).
Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.
Great Western, by The Steamer out of a daughter of The General.



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(Hoof No. 47.) ALPHA.

Chestnut; foaled September 27, 188Y ; bred at Oaklawn ; got by
Don Juan ; dam Maeguerite by Tempete out of Mouvette by
Ugolin ; 3d dam by Uesin.

Don Juan, by Tigris out of Glaneuse by Buci, he by Solide out of a daughter of
Eylau, he by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).
Solide, by Nestor out of a daughter of Jaggard, he by Mailhand-Schols.
Nestor, by Hospodar out of a daughter of Captain Candid, he by Cerberus
out of Mandane by Pot-8-os. •

Cerberus, by Roland (English thoroughbred).
Hospodar, by Imperieux out of a daughter of Young Rattler, he by Rattler

out of the Snap Mare.
Imperieux, by Young Rattler, etc., out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by

Eclipse (English thoroughbred).
Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.
Tigris, by Lavater out of a daughter of The Heir of Linne, he by Galaor out

of Mrs. Walker by Jereed.
Lavater, by Y out of Candelaria (English thoroughbred).
Y, by the Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by Invincible.
Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phenomenon.

Tempete, by Conquerante out of a daughter of Abrantes, he by Pledge out of a
daughter of Noteur, he by Eylau, etc., out of a daughter of Diomed, he by
Young Rattler, etc., out of a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.
Pledge, by Royal Oak out of a daughter of Young Rattler, etc.
Royal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensko Mare.
Conquerante, by Kapirat out of Elisa by Corsair, he by J. C. Knox's Corsair

out of a daughter of Cleveland.
Kapirat, by Voltaire out of a daughter of The Juggler, he by Wamba out of

Pantechnetheca by Master Henry.
Voltaire, by Imperieux, etc., out of a daughter of Pilot, he by Octavius

(English thoroughbred).
Ugolin, by Parisien, he by Ganymede out of a daughter of Biron, he by
Captain Candid, etc., out of Helene by Eastham, he by Sir Oliver out of
Cowslip by Alexander
Ganymede, by Xerxes out of La Louve by Chasseur, he by Eastham, etc., out

of Marquise by Young Rattler, etc.
Xerxes, by Young Rattler, etc., out of a daughter of Young Highflyer, he by
Highflyer out of a daughter of Young Docteur, he by Docteur out of a
daughter of Mignon, he by Glorieux (English thoroughbred).
Uesin, by Ramsay out of a daughter of Ganymede, etc.
Ramsay, by Sylvio out of Emelina by Emiliua, he by Emilius out of Cobweb

by Phantom.
Sylvio, by Trance out of Hebe by Rubens.



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(Hoof No. 43.) BRAVO.

Black; 16f hands; weight, 1,350 lbs. ; foaled February ? 6, 1883;
imported 1886 ; bred by M. Paul Lemeland, of Valgnes, department
of La Manche ; got by the government stallion Utrecht ; dam
Castille by Snap.

Utkecht, by Palm out of a daughter of Pretender.

Palm, by Centaure out of a daughter of Torigny, he by Merlerault out of a

daughter of Hector, he by Quebec out of a daughter of Buffalo, he by

Holme out of a daughter of Little Isaac.
Merlerault, by Royal Oak out of a daughter of Sylvio, he by Trance out of

Hebe by Eubens.
Royal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensk© Mare.
Quebec, by Oscar, he by Young Rattler out of a daughter of Bacha (pure

Arab).
Young Rattler, by Rattler out of the Snap Mare.
Centaure, by Seducteur out of a daughter of Merlerault, etc.

Seducteur, by Noteur out of a daughter of Fatibello, he by Sylvio, etc., out of
a daughter of Y, he by Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by Invin-
cible, he by Hoemus out of Regatta by Camel.
Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phenomenon.

NoTEUR, by Eylau out of a daughter of Diomed, he by Young Rattler, etc., out
of a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.

Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.

Snap, by Anghton Merry Leggs.



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(Hoof No. 46.) CLERMONT.

Bay ; foaled May 10, 1884 ; imported 1886 ; bred by M. Nicholas
Viel, of Fresville, department of La Manche ; got by the government
stallion Aveteon ; dam Castille.

AvEYKON, by Kaolin out of a daughter of Seduisant, he by Lagopede out of a

daughter of Koulikham, he by Voltaire out of a daughter, of Proselyte, he

by Proselyte.
Lagopede, by Voltaire out of a daughter of the Juggler, he by Wamba out of

Pantechnetheca by Master Henry.
Voltaire, by Imperieux out of a daughter of Pilot, he by Octavius (English

thoroughbred).
Imperieux, by Young Rattler out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by Eclipse

(English thoroughbred).
Young Rattler, by Rattler out of the Snap Mare.
Kaolin, by Zouave out of Dainty by Ionian.

Zouave, by the Baron out of Dacia by Gladiator, he by Partisan out of Pauline .
by Moses.
Partisan, by Lucholl, he by Old Lucholl.



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(Hoof No. 42.) EBLOUiSSANT.

Chestnut; 16^ hands ; weight, 1,300 lbs.; foaled March 2, 1883;
imported 1886.; bred by M. Goupil, of Leaupartie, department of
Calvados ; got by the government stallion Montfort ; dam Noirette
by Matchless II.

MoNTFOKT, by Arc-en-Ciel (English thoroughbred) out of Fougeres by Faugh-
a-Ballagh, he by Sir Hercules out of Guiccioli by Bob Booty.

Matchless II, by Matchless out of a daughter of Flying Buck, he by Lucain,
he by Eylau out of Desiree by Talma.

Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.
Matchless, by Willesdin (English thoroughbred).



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(Hoof No. 12.) FAN FAN.

Brown ; 16 hands ; weight, 1,275 lbs. ; foaled April 29, 1883 ; im-
ported ISSY ; bred by M. Guerard, of St. Pierre-du- Jon quel, depart-
ment of Calvados ; got by the government stallion Acquila ; dam
Rachael by Irlandais out of a daughter of Esculape.

Acquila, by Niger out of a daughter of Centaure, he by Seducteur out of a
daughter of Merlerault, he by Eoyal Oak out of a daughter of Sylvio, he
by Trance out of Hebe by Rubens.

Seducteur, by Noteur out of a daughter of Fatibello, he by Sylvio, etc., out
of a daughter of Y., he by the Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by
Invincible, he by Hoemus out of Regatta by Camel (English thorough-
bred).

NoTEUE, by Eylau out of a daughter of Diomed, he by Young Rattler out of
a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.

Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.

Young Rattler, by Rattler out of the Snap Mare

Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phenomenon.

Royal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensk© Mare.

Niger, by Elu out of a daughter of Tipple Cider, he by Defence out of Deposit
by Blacklock.

Elu, by Idalis out of a daughter of Tipple Cider, etc.

Idalis, by Don Quichotte out of a daughter of Chapman, he by Trotteur, he by
Chapman.

Don Quichotte, by Sylvio, etc., out of Moina by Tigris, he by Quitz out of
Persepolis by Alexander.

Irlandais, by Seducteur, etc., out of a daughter of Homere, he by Imperieux
out of a daughter of D. I. O., he by Whitworth out of Hambletonian
Mare.

Imperieux, by Young Rattler, etc., out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by
Eclipse (English thoroughbred).



FRENCH COACH HORSES.



199




GIDEON.



See page 221.



200 M. w. Dunham's catalogue



(Hoof No. 23). FAVOR I.

Brown bay ; 16 hands ; weight, 1,305 lbs. ; foaled May 20, 1884 ;
imported 188Y ; bred by M. Debois, of Percy-en-Auge, department
of Calvados ; got by the government stallion Tueco ; dam Lisette
by EscuLAPE out of a daughter of Estafette.

Tueco, by Hick out of a daughter of Ignace, he by Centaure out of a daugh er
of Lanercost, he by Liverpool out of Otis by Bustard.

Centaure, by Seducteur out of a daughter of Merlerault, he by Royal Oak
out of a daughter of Sylvio, he by Trance out of Hebe by Eubens.

Royal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensko Mare.

Seducteur, by Noteur out of a daughter of Fatibello, he by Sylvio, etc., out of
a daughter of Y., he by Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by Invinci-
ble, he by Hoemus out of Regatta by Camel.

Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phenomenon.

Noteur, by Eylau out of a daughter of Diomed, he by Young Rattler out of
a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.

Young Rattler, by Rattler out of the Snap Mare.

Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.

Hick, by Centaure, etc., out of a daughter of Tipple Cider, he by Defence out
of Deposit by Blacklock.

Esculape, by Utrecht out of a daughter of Koenisberg, he by Frejus out of a
daughter of Achille, he by Young Rattler, etc., out of a daughter of Jag-
gard, he by Mailhand-Schols.
Frejus, by Eastham out of a daughter of Imperieux, he by Young Rattler,

etc., out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by Eclipse.
Eastham, by Sir Oliver out of Cowslip by Alexander.
Utrecht, by Prince out of a daughter of Eylau, etc.

Prince, by Don Quichotte out of a daughter of Marengo, he by Napoleon out
of Cloris by Asian.

Don Quichotte, by Sylvio, etc., out of Moina by Tigris, he by Quitz out of
Persepolis by Alexander.

Estafette, by Ottoman out of a daughter of Telegraph, he by Old Phe-
nomenon.

Ottoman, by Faliero, out of a daughter of Basly, he by Eastham, etc., out of a
daughter of Valient, he by Equator.

Faliero, by Sylvio, etc., out of a daughter of Dart, he by Dart out of a daughter
of Loadstone. ,



FRENCH COACH HORSES.



201



(Hoof No. 15.)



FERRON.



Dark bay ; 16f hands ; weight, 1,320 lbs. ; foaled April 30, 1883 ;
imported 1887 ; bred by M. Lecanu, of Brucheville, department of
La Manche ; got by the government stallion Idomenee ; dam Per-
fection by Perfection.

Idomenee, by Serenader out of a daughter of Eylau, he by Napoleon out of
Delphine b)^ Massoud (pure Arab).
Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.
Sekenader, by The Troubadour.

Peepection, by Imperieux out of a daughter of Friedland, he by Napoleon, etc.,
out of Cloton by Eastham, he by Sir Oliver out of Cowslip by Alexander.

Impeeieux, by Young Eattler out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by Eclipse
(English thoroughbred).

Young Eattlee, by Eattler out of the Snap Mare.



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(HoofNo.ii.) FLEURON.

Brown; 16|- hands; weight, 1,375 lbs.; foaled April 25, 1883;
imported 1887 ; bred by M. Compere, of Coquenauville, department
of La Mancbe ; got by the government stallion Gibeet ; dam
Rapide.

GiBERT, by Pompier out of Florida by Florin.

PoMPiEK, by Josaphat out of a daughter of Kapirat, he by Voltaire out of a
daughter of the Juggler, he by Wamba out of Pantechnetheca by Master
Henry.

Voltaire, by Imperieux out of a daughter of Pilot, he by Octavius (English

thoroughbred).
Imperieux, by Young Rattier out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by Eclipse

(English thoroughbred).
Young Eattler, by Eattler out of the Snap Mare.

Josaphat, by Ugolin, he by Parisien, he bj' Ganymede out of a daughter of
Biron, he by Captain Candid out of Helene by Eastham, he by Sir Oliver
out of Cowslip by Alexander.
Captain Candid, by Cerberus out of Mandane by Pot-8-os.

Ganymede, by Xerxes out of La Louve by Chasseur, he by Eastham, etc., out
of Marquise by Young Rattler, etc.

Xerxes, by Young Rattler, etc., out of a daughter of Young Highflyer, he by
Highflyer out of a daughter of Young Docteur, he by Docteur out of a
daughter of Mignon, he by Glorieux (English thoroughbred).



FRENCH COACH HOIiSKS.



203



(Hoof No. 17.)



FLORISSANT.



Brown; 16 hands; weight, 1,250 lbs.; foaled May 10, 1883; im-
ported 1881 ; bred by M. Thomas Edmond, of Bazoches, department
of Orne ; got by the government stallion Tristan ; dam Clementine
by QuoTiES out of a daughter of Extase.

Teistan, by Interprete out of a daughter of West xiustralian, he by Melbourne
out of a daughter of Mowerina, he by Touchstone.

Interpeete, by Interprete, he by Centaure out of a daughter of Tancrede, he
by The Roue out of a daughter of Eylau, he by Napoleon out of Delphine
by Massoud (pure Arab).

The Roue, by Claret out of Roulette by Philipp-the-First.

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.

Centaure, by Seducteur out of daughter of Merlerault, he by Royal Oak out of
a daughter of Sylvio, he by Trance out of Hebe by Rubens.
Royal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensko Mare.

Seducteur, by Noteur out of a daughter of Fatibello, he by Sylvio, etc., out of
a daughter of Y., he by The Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by
Invincible, he by Hoemus out of Regatta by Camel (English thorough-
bred).
Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phenomenon.

Noteur, by Eylau out of a daughter of Diomed, he by Young Rattler out of a
daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.
Young Rattler, by Rattler out of the Snap ]\Iare.
Eylau, by Napoleon, etc., out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

QuoTiES, by Trouville out of a daughter of Bassompierre, he by Performer out
of Sylvie by Young Rattler, etc.

Trouville, by Fitz Gladiator out of Clementine by The Governor, he by Royal
Oak, etc., out of Lydia by Rainbow, he by Rainbow.

Fitz Gladiator, by Gladiator out of Sarah by Reveller, he by Reveller out of
Scornful by Woful (English thoroughbred).

Gladiator, by Partisan out of Pauline by IMoses.

Partisan, by LuchoU, he by Old LuchoU.



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(Hoof No. 38.) FONTIBELLO,

Chestnut; 16^ hands; weight, 1,400 lbs.; foaled May 17, 1883 ;
imported IBSY ; bred by M. F. Desir, of Lisieur, department of Cal-
vados ; got by the government stallion Vampieb ; dam Sultane by
Sultan out of a daughter of Etlau.

Vampire, by Legislateur out of a daughter of Desire, he by Quasi out of a daughter
of Nimrod, he by Voltaire out of a daughter of Xerxes, he by Young
Eattler out of a daughter of Young Highflyer, he by Highflyer out of a
daughter of Young Docteur, he by Docteur out of a daughter of Mignon,
he by Glorieux (English thoroughbred).

Quasi, by Herschell, he by Eylau out of a daughter of Pretender, he by
Holme.

Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.

VoLTAiEE, by Imperieux out of a daughter of Pilot, he by Octavius (English
thoroughbred).

Imperieux, by Young Eattler out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by Eclipse
(English thoroughbred).

Young Eattler, by Eattler out of the Snap Mare.

Legislateur, by Centaure out of a daughter of Kramer, he by Hercule out of
Cybele by Chasseur, he by Eastham out of Marquise by Young Eattler,
etc.

Hercule, by Eainbow out of Aimable by Election.

Eastham, by Sir Oliver out of Cowslip by Alexander.

Centaure, by Seducteur out of a daughter of Merlerault, he by Eoyal Oak out
of a daughter of Sylvio, he by Trance out of Hebe by Eubens.
EoYAL Oak, by Catton out of Smolensk© Mare.

Seducteur, by Noteur out of a daughter of Fatibello, he by Sylvio, etc., out of a
daughter of Y., he by the Norfolk Phenomenon out of Henriette by Invin-
cible, he by Hoemus out of Eegatta by Camel (English thoroughbred).
Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phenomenon. *

Noteur, by Eylau, etc., out of a daughter of Diomed,he by Young Eattler, etc.,
out of a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.

Sultan, by Tipple Cider out of a daughter of Dupleix, he by Pickpocket out of
Marquise, by Young Eattler, etc.
Pickpocket, by St. Patrick out of the Hedley Mare.
Tipple Cider, by Defence out of Deposit by Blacklock.



FRKNCK OOACII IloUSKS.



205




GILDAS.



See page 223.



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(Hoof No. 13.) FORESTER.

Brown ; 16^ hands ; weight, 1,360 lbs. ; foaled March 10, 1883 ;
imported 1887 ; bred by M. Normand, of Sallenelles, department of
Calvados ; got by the government stallion Vidi ; dam Lisbtte by

Glorieux.

Vidi, by Quiclet out of a daughter of Inkerraan, he by Jericko out of a daughter

of Ai, he by Young Battler out of a daughter of Cleveland.
Jericko, by Biron out of a daughter of Voltaire, he by Imperieux out of a

daughter of Pilot, he by Octavius (English thoroughbred).
Impeeieux, by Young Eattler out of a daughter of Volontaire, he by Eclipse

(English thoroughbred).
Young Eattler, by Eattler out of the Snap Mare.
BiEON, by Captain Candid out of Helene by Eastham, he by Sir Oliver out

of Cowslip by Alexander.
Captain Candid, by Cerberus out of Mandane by Pot-8-os.

Quiclet, by Lumineux out of a daughter of Sultan, he by Tipple Cider out of
a daughter of Dupleix, he by Pickpocket out of Marquise by Young
Eattler, etc.

Tipple Cider, by Defence out of Deposit by Blacklock.

Pickpocket, by St. Patrick out of the Hedley Mare.

Lumineux, by Trouville out of a daughter of Galeon, he by Voltaire, etc., out
of a daughter of Young Eattler, etc.

Trouville, by Fitz Gladiator out of Clementine by The Governor, he by Eoyal
Oak out of Lydia by Eainbow, he by Eainbow.
Eoyal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensko Mare.

Fitz Gladiator, by Gladiator out of Sarah by Eeveller, he by Eeveller out of
Scornful by Woful (English thoroughbred).

Gladiator, by Partisan out of Pauline by Moses.

Partisan, by Lucholl, he by Old Lucholl. .

Glorieux, by Solide out of a daughter of Tipple Cider, etc.

Solide, by Nestor out of a daughter of Jaggard, he by Mailhand-Schols.

Nestor, by Hospodar out of a daughter of Captain Candid, etc.

Hospodae, by Imperieux, etc., out of a daughter of Young Eattler, etc.



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(Hoof No. 25) FORGE RON.

Black; 15f hands; weight, 1,250 lbs.; foaled May 2, 1883;
imported 1887 ; bred by M. Casimir Lepecq, of Coudray Robut,
department of Calvados ; got by the government stallion Vera Cruz ;
dam Belle-de-Nuit by Noville out of a daughter of D'Oride.

Vera Cruz, by Phaeton out of a daughter of Abrantes, he by Pledge out of a
daughter of Noteur, he by Eylau out of a daughter of Diomed, he by
Young Eattler out of a daughter of Young Topper, he by Topper.

Pledge, by Royal Oak out of a daughter of Young Eattler.

Royal Oak, by Catton out of Smolensko Mare.

Eylau, by Napoleon out of Delphine by Massoud (pure Arab).

Napoleon, by Bob Booty out of the Pope Mare.

Young Rattler, by Rattler out of the Snap Mare.


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Online LibraryM. W DunhamOaklawn stud of Percherons : imported and bred by M.W. Dunham, Wayne, DuPage Co., Ill. : catalogue for 1888 → online text (page 24 of 27)