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gus Champion (449), he by Salraond's Champion (737), he by Farmer (284),
he by Glancer (338), he by Young Champion (937), he by Broomfleld
Champion (95).

Prince Charlie (629) gained first prize at Stranraer ingi871 and
1872; the Ardrossan and Saltcoats premium in 1873; Kirkcudbright pre-
mium in 1874; premium tor the Lower Ward of Renfrewshire in 1875 and
1876; Mearns District of Kincardineshire in 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883 and
1884. He is well known as sire of the famous breeding mare Flashwood
Sally (60), dam of the well known horses Macgregor (1487) and Flashwood
(3604), also the famous mares Rosie of Hallside (2583), winner of first
prizes at the H. & A. S. Shows three years in succession, viz.: 1882, 1883
and 1884, as well as first on several occasions at Glasgow, Ayr and Edin-
burgh; Mary, winner of first prize at Kilmarnock and Ayr when a year-
ling, and was sold for exportation to Aastralia; Helen Macgregor, winner
of first at Glasgow when a yearling, and second to Moss Rose at Glasgow
when two years old ; Nellie Macgregor (5842), winner of numerous prizes.
Prince Charlie is also grandsire of the famous stallion Lord Erskine
(1744), whose success as a sire needs no comment, and of Mr. Gilmour's
famous prize mare Kate of Banks (2612).

Vanquisher (890) won first prize at Dumfries Union Show in 1867.

The grand-dam of Nannie was got by Sir William Wallace (803), a
noted breeding horse, and left much superior stock. One of his gets was
a splendid mare which became dam of the well known horse Boydston
Boy (111), and his sire was the horse General Williams (326), which
gained third prize at the H. «& A. S. Show at Dumfries in 1860, and sec-
ond at the H. & A. S. Show at Perth in 1861.

For prize records of Prince Charlie (629) and other noted ancestors of
Nannie 3965 see pages 10 to 34 of this catalougue.



Pure Bred Clydesdale Horses. 147

No. 89. PRINCESS AIRD 5801.

[Recorded iii Vol. VI. of the Ameiicau Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Bay, white stripe on face, hind feet white. Foaled April 4, 1887.
Bred by William Rain, Kempleton, Twamholm, Scotlan i.
Imported September, 1890, by N. P. Clarke, St, Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, Prince of Airds (4641) Dam, Maggie of Miefield (2831)

by Good Hope 5900 (1146) by Conservative Tom (203)

byDarnley 26 (222) by Lofty 5419 (460)

by Conqueror (199) by Hercules 5402 (378)

by Lochfergus Cham- by Rob Roy 5463 (714)

pion 485 (449) Broomfleld Cham-

by Salmond's Champion. . . (737) pion 5347 (95)

by Farmer 5385 (284) by Glancer II (337)

by Glancer (338) by Glancer I (336)

by Young Champion (937) by Glancer (335)

by Broomfleld Cham-
pion 5347 (95)

Pkincess Airu 5801 is a large mare of excellent proportion and
superior quality.

Prince of Airds (4641) the sire of Princess Aird 5801, was got by
Good Hope (2146) 5400; dam, Maggie of Airds (3092) by Lome (499) 1849;
grand-dam, by Largs Jock (444) .5413.

Good Hope (2146) 5400 gained second prize at Dumbarton in 1881.
He traveled in Glenkens, Balmaghie, and Parton district in 1882 for a
premium. In 1883 he was Clackmannan premium horse. In 1884 he
was Upper Nithsdale premium horse. In that year he was awarded
fifth prize at the H. & A. S. Show at Edinburgh, and in the opinion of
many judges he should have been third. He was drawn in the short
leet at Glasgow Stallion Show in 1885. In that year he gained the Alyth
district premium, and in 1886 he was the Mid-Calder premium horse.

Lofty (460) 5419 won the Dalbeattie premium in 1870 and 1871. He
was sire of Quality (681), the winner of first prize at the Highland and
Agricultural Society's Show at Stirling in 1873.

Darnley gained second prize at the H. & A. S. Show at Stirling in
1873, when he was a yearling. He was not again exhibited until 1876,
when he gained first prize at the great Spring Stallion Show at Glasgow.
This victory he repeated in the following year, and also gained first prize
at the H. & A, S. Show at Edinburgh. In 1878 he gained the silver cham-
pion cup as the best entire horse exhibited at the H. & A. S. Show at
Dumfries, beating Ivanhoe (396), Druid (1120), Roderick Dhu and Blair
Athole (1066).

For prize records of Good Hope (2146), Darnley (222) 26, and other
noted ancestors of Princess Aird 5801, see pages 10 to 34 of this cata-
logue.

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148 Meadow Lawn Catalogue of

Ko. 90. PRINCESS OF AIRDS 3967.

[Recorded in Vol. IV., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Bay. Foaled May 28, 1887.

Bred by John Currie, Bishoptown, Kirkcudbright, Scotland.

Imported June, 1888, by N. P. Clarke, St, Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, Prince of Airds (4641) Dam, Nancy (6097)

by Good Hope. 5400(2146) by Farmer.. 5386 (288)

by Darnley 26 (222) Gr. dam, Jenny

by Conqueror (199) by Victor 5489 (892)

by Lochf ergus Cham- He by Farmer 5385 (284)

pion 485 (449) by Glancer (338)

by Salmond's Champion.. (737) by Young Champion. . 5337 (937)

by Farmer 5385 (284) by Broomfleld Cham-

by Glancer (338) pion 5347 (95)

by Young Champion (937) by Glancer II (337)

by Broomfield Cham- by (xlancer (336)

pion 5347 (95)

Prince of Airds (4641) won first prize at Kilmarnock'and third at
the Highland and Agricultural Society's Show at Dumfries in 1886, the
Kirkcudbright premium in 1886, and the Lockerbie premium in 1887.

Good Hope gained second prize at Dumbarton in 1881. He traveled
the Glenkens, Balmahagie and Parton district in 1882 for a premium;
in 1883 he was Clackmannan premium horse; and in 1884 he was Upper
Nithdale premium horse; in that year he was awarded fifth prize at the
H. & A. S. Show at Edinburgh, and in the opinion of many judges he
should have been third. He was drawn in the short leet at Glasgow
Stallion Show in 1885; in that year he gained the Alyth District Pre-
mium, and in 1886 he was the Mid-Calder premium horse.

Nancy (6097), the dam of the Princess of Airds, was got by Farmer
(288); he by Justice (421); he by Young Campsie (929); he by Campsie
(119); he by Johnnie Cope (416); he by Justice (420); he by Prince (603);
he by Clyde (155); he by Clyde (153); he by Broomfield Champion (95).

Farmer (288) was one of the most successful breeding horses in
Galloway. All the mares got by him have been superior breeders, and
amongst them may be named Blackey (825), the dam of the noted horse
Macfarlane (2988), winner of first prizes at the Highland and Agricultural
Society's Shows in 1885 and 1886, and second at the Centenary Shows in
1884. Another of his daughters was Nellie 1513, winner of first prizes at
Dalbeattie Show when in her breeder's possession, and at the Central
Banffshire Show when in the Earl of Fife's possession.

For prize records of Good Hope (2146) 5400, Victor (892) and other
noted ancestors of Princess of Aird's 3967, see pages 10 to 34 of this
catalogue.



Puke Bred Clydesdale Horses. 149

No. 91. PRINCESS LAWRENCE 5802.

[Recorded in Vol. VI., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Bright bay, white face and hind feet, fore feet black. Foaled June
30, 1887.

Bred by S. Armstrong, Nether Corsock, Dalbeattie, Scotland.
Imported September, 1890, by N. P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, Prince Lawrence Dam, Corsock Dandy (976)

by Prince George of Wales. by Dandy Jim 5374 (2^1)

by Prince of Wales.... 487 (673) by Prince of Wales. .. 487 (673)

by General (322) by General (322)

by Sir Walter Scott. . . .5473 (797) by Sir Walter Scott. . .5473 (797)

by Old Clyde 5429 (574) Gr. dam. Dainty, bred by Mr.

by Scotsman (754) Heughan, Drumwall.

or an unnamed two- by Farmer (2064)

year-old colt by Biggar 5349 (45)

Princess Lawrence 5802 is an inbred Prince of Wales (673) 487 on
side of both sire and dam. She is a mare of quality in keeping with her
good breeding.

Dandy Jim (221) 5374 gained the Castle-Douglas premium in 1867,
and the East Berwickshire premium in 1877. He was afterwards sold to
an Entire Horse Association. One of his gets, Jeanie Sproat (1445),
gained several first prizes, including first at the H. & A. S. Show at Dum-
fries in 1878. Another of his gets was the noted horse Prince Imperial
(1258) 1262, winner of first prize at the R. A. S. E. Show at Kilburn in
1879, and first at the same society's show at Carhsle in 1880. He was also
sire of the dam of the first prize yearling colt at Edinburgh in 1887. At
the E. A. S. E. Show at Carlisle in 1880 the first prize three-year-old
stallion, the third prize three-year-old filly and the first prize yearling
filly were all got by him.

Prince of Wales (673) 487, the grandsire of both sire and dam of
Princess Lawrence, gained first prize at the H. & A. S. Show at Edin-
burgh in 1869, first at the H. & A. S. at Kelso in 1872, and first at
the Royal Manchester in 1869. Stock got by him have gained prizes at
the H. & A. S. Shows for the last nineteen years, and he himself was
sold for £945 when eighteen years old. It is impossible to give a full
detailed list of the prize winning animals got by him, but a few of the
most prominent prize winners of the present day may be given, viz.:
Prince of Albion (6178), the unbeaten two-year-old colt of 1888, which
was sold at the end of that season for £3,000, being the highest price ever
paid for a draft horse of any age or breed.

For prize records of Prince of Wales (673) 487, Dandy Jim '(221)
5374 and other noted ancestors of Princess Lawrence 5802, see pages 10
to 34 of this catalogue.



150 Meadow Lawn Catalogue of

No. 92. PRINCESS LOUISE 4529.

[Recorded in Vol. V., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Dark brown, star on forehead, near hind pastern white. Foaled May
2, 1886.

Bred by William Craig, Cowden Muir, ISTeilston, iScotland.
Imported 1889, by N. P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, Prince Albert 5449 (616) Dam, Jess (1144)

by Premier 5443 (595) by Young Garibaldi (972)

by Bob Burns (105) by Clydesdale Tam (175)

by Victor 5489 (892) by Lothian Tam ..... 4526 (506)

by Farmer... 5385 (284) by Clyde 5366 (455)

byGlancer (338) by Clyde (153)

by Young Champion (937) by Broomfield Chmapion . (95)

by Broomfield Cham- by Glancer 11 (337)

pion 5347 (95)

Princess Louise 4529 is a strongly built typical Clydesdale mare-
and traaes on side of both sire and dam to well known prize-winners.

Prince Albert (616) was the Girv'an District premium horse in
1876, Dalbeattie premium in 1877, Glenkins, Parton and Balmaghie in
1879 and 1880, Auchencairn District in 1882. • He traveled in Kintyre in
1883. From the number of premiums gained by Prince Albert it will be
seen he was held in great reputation and much sought after by breeders.
His dam, Maggie, was got by the famous breeding horse, Largs Jock
(444), the sire of very many noted animals, including Campbelltown Lily
(481), the grand-dam of the £3,000 colt, Prince of Albion (6178). He was
also the sire of Prince of Kilbride (660), winner of first prize at the H. &
A. S. Shows three years in succession.

Jess (1144), dam of Princess Louise, was got by Young Garibaldi
(972), he by Garibaldi (312), he by Clydesdale Tam (175), he by Lothian Tam
(506), he by Clyde (155), he by Clyde (153), he by Broomfield Champion (95)-

Young Garibaldi (972) gained numerous prizes and premiums, in-
cluding first at Neilston and Barrhead, and second at Paisley in 1865 and
1866; Haddington premium in 1867; Stranraer premium in 1868 and 1870,
and the Dalkeith premium in 1869, in which year he was highly com-
mended at the Highland and Agricultural Society's Show.

Victor (892) was one of the greatest horses of his time. He won the
■ Gate-house-of-Fleet premium in 1861; Stranraer in 1862; Kirkcudbright
in 1863; Wigtownshire in 1864; and second prize at the Highland and
Agricultural Society's Show at Stirling in 1864. He was afterwards ex-
ported to Australia.

(jLANCer (338) won second prize at the Highland and Agricultural
Society's Show at Glasgow in 1850.

For prize records of Premier (595), Young Garibaldi (972), and other
noted ancestors of Princess Louise 4529, see pages 10 to 34 of this cata-
logue.



Pure Bred Clydesdale Horses. 151

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No. 93. PRINCESS VICTORIA 5285.

[Recorded iu Vol, VI, of the American Clydesdale Stud Book.

Bay, white blaze face, three white stockings, near hind leg black
and white. Foaled May 24, 1884.

Bred by Thos, Biggar & Sons, Dalbeattie, Scotland.

Sire, Macgregor 4999 (1487) Dam, Princess of Kelvin 5891

by Darnley 26 (222) by Prince of Kelvin (656)

by Conqueror (199) by Prince of Wales. . 48 7 (673)

by Lochfergus Cham- Gr. dam, Jess

pion 485 (449) by Bootle Laddie (1077)

by Salmond's Champion . . (737) G. gr. dam, Mag. . . :

' by Parmer 5385 (284; by Comet (195)

by Glancer (338) by Farmer . . (295)

by Young Champion (937) G. g. gr. dam, Meg

by Broomfield Cham- by Lindsey's Duu Horse.,

pion 5347 (95)

Princess Victoria 5891 is a brood mare of choice breeding and
great individual excellence. Her sire was Macgregor (1487) 4999, who
is too well and favorably known to need any comments, and her dam
was Princess of Kelvin 5891, by Prince of Kelvin (656), a son of the
noted Prince of Wales (673) 487.

Princess of Kelvin 5891, the dam of Priacess Victoria 5285,
gained first prize as one of a team at Central Exhibition, Guelph,
Ont., in 1885; second at Ontario Provincial in 1886, and first at
Guelph in 1889.

Macgregor was foaled in 1878, and gained first prize at Dairy
and Dalbeattie, and second at Kilmarnock in 1879. In 1880 he was
first at Ayr, Glasgow, the H. & A. S., at Kelso, and the R. A. S. at
Carlisle. At Glasgow he also gained the silver medal as best Clydes-
dale! stallion exhibited, beating the famed horse, Top Gallant (1850).
In 1881 he was first at Glasgow Summer Show and at the Royal Ag-
ricultural Society's Show at Derby. In 1882 he was first in an excep-
tionally strong class at the H. & A. S. Show at Glasgow. In 1883 he
was'awarded first prize at Glasgow, as sire of the five best yearlings
exhibited. In 1884 he was awarded first prizes at Glasgow as sire of the
best five yearlings and best five two-ytar-olds exhibited; and at the
Centenary Show, same year, he was awarded first and second prizes
as sire of the best five yearlings, and first prize as sire of [the best five
two-year-olds exhibited. In 1885 he was awarded first prize at Glasgow
as sire of the best five two-year-olds.

For prize records of Macgregor (1487) 4999, Darnley (222) 26,
Prince of Kelvin (656), Prince of Wales (673) 487, and other noted an-
cestors of Princess Victoria 5285, see pages 10 to 34 of this catalogue.



152 Meadow Lawn Catalogue of

No. 94. QUEENIE 6191.

[Recorded in Vol. VII., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Bay, white face, near hind leg and off hind foot white. Foaled June
24, 1888.

Bred by Andrew Montgomery, Castle-Douglas, Scotland.
Imported August, 1891, by N. P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, Sirdar 5994 (4714) Dam, Blackey (825)

by Darn] ey 26 (222) by Farmer 5386 (288)

by Conqueror (199) by Justice (421)

by Lochfergus Cham- by Young Campsie. . .5491 (929)

pion 485 (449) Gr. dam, Nanny (48)

by Salmond's Champion.. (737) by Lochfergus Cham-

by Farmer 5385 (284) pion 485 (449)

by (jlancer (338) G. gr. dam

by Young Champion (937) by Victor 5489 (892)

by Broomfleld Cham- by Farmer 5385 (284)

pion 5347 (95)

QuEENiE 6191 is a number one mare in every respect, and reflects
much credit upon her well known breeder. She gained first prize at Dal-
beattie in 1889, and second at Kirkcudbright in 1890. She is exception-
ally well bred, being by Sirdar (4714) 5994, a noted son of Darnley (222) 26,
and out of the prize mare Blackey (825).

Sirdar (4714) 5994 is well known both as a prize winner, and as a
successful sire. He stood second for the Glasgow prize as a three-year-
old in 1887, and was first at Ayr and Glasgow Summer Show,
and the Koyal at Newcastle the same year. In 1888 he won second prize
at the H. & A. S. at Glasgow. In 1889 he was the Bute premium horse
and in 1890 he was the premium horse for the Rhins of Galloway district,
and was sold at the end of the season for $7,000.

Blackey (825), the dam of Queenie 6191, has been a successful
breeding mare. Her first foal in 1880 died, and she had thereafter six
foals — three colts and three fillies — in succession by Macgregor (1487)
4999, viz: the well known Machlan (3825), owned by N. P. Clarke; Mac-
farlane (2988), and MacRae (4569). Of the three fillies, the first was ex-
ported to New South Wales when a two-year-old; the second was the
Balmedie mare/'Sunbeam," winner of prizes at Edinburgh, the H. & A.
S., the Royal Northern Society Show at Aberdeen; the third was the filly,
Jean Armour, owned by N. P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minn., winner besides
other prizes, of first prize as a two-year-old at Kirkcudbright in 1888.

For prize records of Sirdar (4714) 5994, Darnley (222) 26, Farmer (288)
5386, and other noted ancestors of Queenie 6191, see pages 10 to 34 of
this catalogue.



Ftjre Bred Clydesdale HoKSES. 153

No. 95. SOLWAY QUEEN 6195.

fRecoi-ded in Vol. VII., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Bay, white star on forehead; foaled June 22, 1887.
Bred by William Williamson, Glasson, Burgh-by-Sands, Cumber-
land, Scotland.

Imported August, 1891, by N. P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, King 'o the Eing (2910) Dam, Polly of Eavenbank. . (4267)

by Cetewayo (1409) by Prince of Kirkbean . . (1269)

by Lord Lyon 855 (489) Gr. dam, Jess of Whitrigg.. (3456)

by Hercules 4502 (378) by Young Lofty (991)

by Eob Eoy (714) G. gr. dam, a Clydesdale mare.

by GlenifCer (360

SoLWAY Queen (6195), is a good mare, of the right conformation
for a breeder, and her breeding will make her a favorite. Her sire,
King of the Eing (2910), was a grand, large horse, of good quality; a
prize-winner at numerous shows in Scotland.

Cetewayo (1409), the sire of King o' the Eing (2910), was first at
Kilmarnock when a yearling. He gained the Clackmannanshire pre-
mium when a three-year-old, and was exported to Australia.

Prince Kirkbean (1269) 2324, by Lord Clyde (1194), by Garibaldi
(318); dam, Jean, by Merry Tom (536), by Farmer (284) 5385, or Eob
Eoy, (714) 5463.

Lord Lyon (489) 855, was a noted breeding stallion in his day, and
from 1874 to 1882 was a sire of many prize-winning animals. In 1882, at
Glasgow, in a very large class of two-year-old fillies, all the five
ticketed animals were got by him, and the second prize two-year-old
colt was also got by him. He was awarded first prize at Glasgow as
sire of the best group of five two-year-olds got by one sire in 1882,
and second as sire of the best group of five yearlings the get of one
sire in 1883.

Eob Eoy (714) 5463, is well known as sire of a first-class lot of
stock in the Kintyre district of Argyllshire, and Wigtownshire. He
is grand sire of two of the best breeding horses ever in Scotland, viz:
Drumflower Farmer (286) 735, and Lord Lyon (489) 855.

Garibaldi (318), was a horse of first-class breeding and merit.
His dam was also dam of the world-famed Time o' Day (875).

Young Lofty, (991), gained the eastern district of Kirkcudbright
premium in 1874, and traveled in the Windygates district of Fifeshire
in 1875.

For prize records of Cetewayo (1409), Lord Lyon (489) 855, and
other noted ancestors of Solway Queen (6195), see pages 10 to 34, of
this catalogue.



154 Meadow Lawn Catalogue of

No. 96. SONSIE 5287.

[Recorded in Vol. VI., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Bay, white ratch on face, fore legs black, hind legs white.
Foaled April 8, 1887.

Bred by W. H. Lumsden, Balmedie, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Imported August, 1889, by D. & O. Sorby, Guelph, Ontario,

Sire, Baron O'Threave (3403) Dam, Sunbeam (6385)

by Manfred 2434 (1758) by Macgregor 4999 (1487)

by Keir (1167) (ir. dam Blackey r825)

by Newstead 736 (559) by Parmer 5386 (288)

by Byron 5348 (101) by Justice (421)

by Lofty 5417 (458) G. gr. dam Nanny (48)

by an unnamed colt by Lochfergus Cham-

by Trince Royal 5453 (647) pion 485 (449)

by Clyde alias Glancer (153) G. g. gr. dam a Rattra mare

by Broomfleld Cham- by Victor 5489 (892)

pion 5347 (95) by Farmer . 5385 (284)

SONSiE 5287 is a large, evenly balanced mare, and a good breeder.
She is descended from a race of prize mares, her dam. Sunbeam (6385),'
a daughter of Macgregor (1487) 4999, being a very noted prize-winner,
and her grand dam Blackey (825) by Farmer (288) 5386 being a prize win-
ner and the dam of prize-winners. Sonsie won first prize in the class for
two-year-olds at the Royal Northern Society's Show at Aberdeen in 1889.
Her half sister, Sunrise 5288, owned by N. P. Clarke, won first in the
yearling class at the Royal Northern Society's Show the same year.

Sunbeam (6385), the dam of Sonsie 5287, won prizes at Edinburgh,
the H. & A. S. Show and the Royal Northern Society's Shows, and was
the dam of the fillies Sonsie 5287 and Sunrise 5288, winners of the first
prize in the two-year-old class and first in the yearling class respectively
at the Royal Northern Society's Show at Aberdeen in 1889.

Macgregor (1487) 4999, the sire of the dam of Sonsie 5287, gained
first prize at Dairy, second at Kilmarnock, and first at Dalbeattie when
a yearling. When two years old he was first at Ayr, Glasgow, the High-
land and Agricultural Society -at Kelso and the Royal Agricultural So-
ciety at Carlisle. When three years (dd he was first at the Glasgow and
the Royal Agricultural Society at Derby.

For prize records of Macgregor (1487) 4999, Newstead (559) 736 and
other noted ancestors of Sonsie 5287, see pages 10 to 3 4of this Catalogue.



Pure Bred Clydesdale Horses. 155

No. 97. SUNRISE 5288.

[Recorded in Vol. VI., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Brown, white face, hind fetlocks white, off fore foot white. Foaled
April 20, 1888.

Bred by W. H. Lumsden, Balmedie, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Imported August, 1889, by D. & O. Sorby, Guelph, Ontario.

Sire, McCamon 5986 (3818) Dam, Sunbeam (6385)

by Blue Ribbon 1860 (1961) by Macgregor 4999 (1487)

by Darnley 26 (222) Gr. dam, Blackey (825)

by Conqueror (199) by Farmer 5386 (288)

by Lochfergus Cham- by Justice (421)

pion 485 (449) G. gr. dam, Nanny. (48)

by Salmond's Champion... (737) by Lochfergus Cham-

by Farmer. . .• 5385 (284) pion 485 (449)

by Glancer (338) G. g. gr. dam, a Rattra mare

by Young Champion (937) by Victor 5489 (892)

by Broomfleld Cham- by Farmer 5385 (284)

pion 5347 (95)

Sunrise 5288 is a good mare that will make an excellent breeder.
She gained first prize at the Royal Northern Society's show in the class
for yearlings in 1889.

Sunbeam (6385), the dam of Sunrise 5288, won prizes at Edinburgh,
the Highland and Agricultural Society's Show and the Royal Northern
Society's Show.

Macgregor (1487), her sire is so well known that comment regarding
him is almost unnecessary. He gained first prize at Dairy, second at Kil-
marnock, and first at Dalbeattie when a yearling. When two years old
he was first at Ayr, Glasgow, the Highland and Agricultural Society
at Kelso, and the Royal ^Agricultural Society at Carlisle. When three
years old he was first at Glasgow and at the Royal Agricultural So-
ciety at Derby. When four years old he was first at the Highland and
Agricultural Society at Glasgow in 1882. When five years old he gained
first prize at Glasgow as sire of the five best yearling colts or fillies
exhibited. When six years old he gained first prizes at Glasgow as sire
of the five best yearlings and the five best two-year-olds exhibited, and
at the Highland and Agricultural Society's Centenary Show he gained
first and second prizes as sire of the five best yearlings, and first prize
as sire of the five best two-year-olds exhibited.

For prize record of Darnley (222) 26, Macgregor (1487) 4999 Farmer
(288) 5386 and other noted ancestors of Sunrise 5288,see pages 10 to 34
of this catalogue.



156 Meadow Lawn Catalogue of



No. 98. SUSIE MACGREGOR 6196.

[Recorded in Vol. VII., American Clydesdale Stud Book.]

Brown, white stripe on face, fore legs black, hind legs white.
Foaled May 20, 1888.

Bred by James Finlay, Ross, Borgue, Kirkcudbright, Scotland.
Imported August, 1891, by JST. P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Sire, Macgregor 4999 (1487) Dam, Jess (1236)

by Darnley 26 (222) by Prince of Kelvin (656)

by Conqueror (199) by Prince of Wales. . . 487 (673)

by Lochfergus Cham- G. dam, Mettle

pion 485 (449) by Gladstone 5397 (383)

by Salmond's Champion . . (737) by Young Campsie. . .5491 (929)

by Farmer 5385 (284) G. gr. dam, Xanny

by Glancer (338) by Lochend Cham-

by Young Champion (937) pion 5415 (448)

by Broomfield Cham- by Prince 5445 (603)


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Online LibraryMeadow Lawn Stud (Farm)Catalogue of Meadow Lawn Stud of Clydesdale stallions and mares : and also announcement of the Meadow Lawn herds of short horn cattle and guernsey cattle : property of N.P. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minnesota → online text (page 14 of 16)