This hulking horse inherited much of his noted sire's stamina but little of the class of either sire or dam and was exported from his native England for a pittance when he could not attract sufficient mares even at the paltry fee of 9 pounds. In exile, his blue-blooded pedigree apparently came to the fore, for he became an important sire in three countries' bloodlines. Name him.
3/29/2019 12:12:27 am
Diomed, is who came to mind
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4/5/2019 09:49:21 pm
Barbara has it. It was Beau Pere, a champion sire in Australia and New Zealand and quite successful in the United States.
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