Brigantine, by Buccaneer
Fenek, by Buccaneer
Kisber, by Buccaneer
Kisber-Ocscse, by Buccaneer
Trachenberg, by Flibustier
Hannibal, by Trachenberg
Fels, by Hannibal
Nereide, by Laland
Tokio, by Talpra Magyar
Mokan, by Tokio
|Buccaneer b c 1857
(Wild Dayrell - Mare, by Little Red Rover). Sire Line
Bred by Guy
Carleton (1811-1875), 3rd Baron Dorchester (Dorchester-on-Thames),
and later owned by Isaac Newton Wallop (1825-1891), 5th Earl of
Portsmouth, his turf career could probably have been
better but for a bothersome splint. He was said to be "an eyecatching
individual with faultless conformation" and thought to be the best
of Wild Dayrell's sons.
From his nineteen starts over four years he won eleven races, including the July Stakes and the
Royal Hunt Cup.
He entered the Portsmouth stud at Hurstbourne Park, Whitchurch,
Hampshire, in 1863 and was advertised to stand the following two
years at James Cookson's Neasham Hall Stud in Durham, near
Darlington in Yorkshire. He was sold to the Hungarian State
Stud Kisber in 1865.
Beginning with his daughter Formosa's string of
victories in England, his offspring were amazingly successful on the
turf, and a bid was made to buy him back. However, his stock was proving
equally valuable in eastern Europe and he was not for sale.
fourteen Derby winners: one in England, three in Germany, nine in
Austria, and one in Poland. Between them his progeny won thirty-seven
classic races, and he became a Champion Sire and Broodmare Sire.
Little Red Rover Mare
Little Red Rover
|In 1859 Buccaneer finished 4th for the
Biennial Stakes at Bath-Somerset, won the Mottisfont Stakes
at Stockbridge, won the July Stakes at Newmarket, won a
match from Bedford at Newmarket, and won the Molecomb Stakes
|In 1860 he finished 6th for the Derby
Stakes at Epsom, won by Thormanby
(ch c 1857 Windhound), finished 2nd for the Midsummer Stakes
at Newmarket, won the Drawing Room Stakes at Goodwood, was
unplaced for the St Leger Stakes at Doncaster, won by St
Albans (ch c 1857 Stockwell), won the Don Stakes at Doncaster, and
finished 2nd to Thunderbolt (ch c 1857
Stockwell) for the Select Stakes at
|In 1861 he was unplaced for the London
Bridge Stakes at Epsom, won the Lansdowne Trial Stakes at
Bath-Somerset, won the Trial Stakes at Ascot, won the Royal
Hunt Cup at Ascot, won the Craven Stakes at Goodwood, went
unplaced for the Chichester Stakes at Goodwood, and finished
2nd for the Saltram Stakes at Plymouth.
|In 1862 he won the Trial Stakes at
|Amalie von Edelreich (GER)
ch f 1870 (Buccaneeer -
Sweet Kate, by Stockwell). Sire
Family 5-b. Bred by Johannes Renard
from a Preis der Diana winner, Amalie von Edelreich was a
full sister to the Union-Rennen winner Flibustier (ch c
1867) and the Henckel-Rennen winner Waisenknabe (ch c 1872)
and a half sister to the Preis der Diana winner Hamadryade (ch
f 1871 Bois Roussel). She was the first filly to win the Deutsches Derby.
She also won the Furstenbuerg-Rennen.
b f 1868 (Buccaneer - Brown Agnes, by
West Australian). Sire Line
Family 16-a. Winner of
the Egyesitett Nemzeti es Hazafi dij, she produced the
German foaled Henckel-Rennen winner Andernach (ch c 1882
Chamant) and was the 3rd dam of the Egyesitett Nemzeti es Hazafi dij
winner Apollo (ch c 1899 Galaor).
ch c 1878 (Buccaneer - Lady Florence,
by Newminster). Sire
Family 14-a. Winner of
the Zukunfts-Rennen in Germany. He sired Kozma (ch c 1891),
a winner of the Trial Stakes, the Egyesitett Nemzeti es Hazafi dij
and the Magyar St Leger.
ch c 1873 (Buccaneer - Fancy, by
Family 4-l. Won the Egyesitett Nemzeti es Hazafi dij.
b f 1866 (Buccaneer - Lady Macdonald, by
Touchstone). Sire Line
Family 4-e. Bred by James Cookson
she won seven races including the
Oaks Stakes and the Ascot Gold Cup, in which she defeated the formidable
filly Formosa (ch f 1865 Buccaneer), and
placed third in the One Thousand Guineas Stakes. All of her successful
descendants were bred in South America and include the
Vanity Handicap winner Infindad (bbr f 1982 Mr Long), Grande
Premio Major Suckow winner It's
the Day (b c 1987 Ghadeer), Gran Premio Jockey Club winner
Full of Wine (b c 1972 Full Gallop) and Gran Premio Maipu
winner Quitur Ju (b c 1990 Juez).
b f 1882
(Buccaneer - Kincsem, by Cambuscan).
Family 4-o. A
daughter of the fabled Kincsem, she won the Deutsches Derby
and was ancestress to a family of outstanding racehorses in
eastern Europe. Her daughters Viglany (ch f 1900
Bona Vista) and Disco (ch f 1906
Floriform) both won major filly races. As recently as 1974
her descendant Polygamy (b f 1971 Reform) won the Oaks
Stakes at Epsom.
b c 1903 (Hannibal - Festa, by
St Simon). Sire Line
Family 16-c. His
dam, Festa, a sister to Desmond (bbl c 1896
St Simon), was exported to Germany
and there produced five excellent runners, of whom Fels was
arguably the best. Bred in the Gestut Waldfried he was the
top German racehorse for three years with wins in the
Deutsches Derby, Grosser Hansa-Preis, Preis von
Nordhein-Westfalen, Henckel-Rennen, Preis des
Winterfavoriten and Ratibor-Rennen. His three year old
earnings of over 40,000 marks was a record for the time.
Owned by Messrs von Weinberg he covered at Gestuts-Verwaltung
near Frankfurt am Main. In
the stud he sired many top class horses, including the
stallion Laland (b c 1917), who in turn sired Nereide (b f
1933), one of the Germany's greatest racehorses. Fels died
at the age of twenty-two.
b c 1883 (Buccaneer - Helene
Triomphante, by Young Melbourne). Sire Line
Family 10-a. A winner of
four major races, the Egyesitett Nemzeti es Hazafi dij,
the Oesterreichisches Derby, the Union-Rennen and the
Zukunfts-Rennen, he was later a stallion of some repute.
ch c 1867 (Buccaneeer -
Sweet Kate, by Stockwell). Sire
Family 5-b. A full
brother to the Deutsches Derby winner, Amalie von Edelreich
(ch f 1870), he won the Union-Rennen. In the stud he sired
the Deutsches Derby winners Kunsterlin (ch f 1876) and
Trachenberg (ch c 1879).
ch c 1891 (Trachenberg - Zama, by
Hermit). Sire Line
Family 1-t. Bred and
owned by U von Oertzen he ran twelve times, winning eight of
his races, including the Deutsches St Leger, the Grosser
Hansa-Preis and the Grosser Preis von Nordrhein-Westfalen.
He was a Champion Sire twice, placing second on the list
four times and several times third, fourth and fifth. In the
stud he got four winners of Deutsches Derby: Fels (b c 1903),
Sieger (ch c 1905), Arnfried (ch c 1906) and Gulliver (ch c
b c 1873 (Buccaneer - Mineral, by
Family 4-d. Bred in
the state stud and owned by Aristides and Alexander Baltazzie, he ran in Derby under the
name of the "Mineral Colt" and received his name upon
winning the race to honour of the town of his birth. Sent to
England to be trained, he started four times as a two year
old, winning the Dewhurst Plate from Springfield (b c 1873
St Albans). During the following winter in his preparation
for the Derby his legs were slightly
suspect however he stood the training well and appeared to
be the favourite until Petrarch won the Two Thousand Guineas
at which point the public switched its allegiance.
Nevertheless he won the race easily, beating fifteen runners
by five lengths, defeating Forerunner (b c 1873 The Palmer),
later the winner of the King Edward VII Stakes and Julius
Caesar (b c 1873 St Albans) winner of the Royal Hunt Cup.
Later that year he won the Grand Prix de Paris, at the time
the richest race in the world. He collapsed after the St
Leger in which he finished fourth to Petrarch (b c 1873 Lord
Clifden) said to be due to insufficient training caused by a
leg injury. He retired to the Park Paddocks at Newmarket but
failed to appeal and was moved to the state stud at Napajedl
in Hungary. He was subsequently sold for 80,000 marks to the
Harzburg stud in Germany where he achieved some success. He
was a Leading Sire in Germany three times, getting three
winners of the Deutsches Derby, Hardenberg (b c 1890),
Sperber (b c 1891) and Trollhetta (b c 1893). However, he is
probably as well known for his daughter Sandal (b f 1885),
for through her he appears in the pedigree of the Derby
winner Blenheim (br c 1927 Blandford) a Leading Sire in
America in 1941.
b c 1877 (Buccaneer -
Mineral, by Rataplan).
Family 4-d. Bred in
Hungary he was a full brother to the Derby winning Kisber,
and a half brother to the St Leger winner Wenlock (b c 1869
Lord Clifden) and the Deutsches Derby winner Schwindler (ch
c 1872 Adventurer).
b c 1909 (Tokio - Moneta, by Kisber-Ocscse).
Family 2-t. Winner of
the Trial Stakes and the Millenniumi dij.
b f 1933 (Laland - Nella da Gubbio, by
Grand Parade). Sire Line
Family 4-r. Bred in
the Gestut Erlenhof she was undefeated on the turf, winning
all ten of her starts, and still remains one of the great
runners ever produced in Germany. She won the Deutsches
Derby in a track record time and the rest of her races with
consummate ease. She once defeated the brilliantly fast
Corrida (ch f 1932 Coronach), at that time considered the
best in Europe and twice the winner of the Prix de l'Arc de
Triomphe. In the stud she got the stallions Nuvolari (b c
1938 Oleander) and Nordlicht (ch c 1941 Oleander), the
latter the winner of the Deutsches Derby and the
b f 1883
(Buccaneer - Kincsem, by Cambuscan). Sire Line
Another daughter of the remarkable Kincsem, she won the Magyar St Leger and Szent Laszlo
dij. She has winning descendants throughout eastern Europe such as the
Magyar Derby winner Kamaras (ch c 1938 Cagliostro), the
Derby Roman winner Satrap (br c 1926 Predicateur) and the
Austria Preis winner (thrice) Siker (b f 1928 Light Hand).
More recent descendants include the Preis von Europa winner
Well Made (br c 1997 Mondrian), the Derby del DDR winner
Wolke (ch f 1969 Grande) and the Musidora Stakes winner
Zahrat Dubai (b f 1996 Unfuwain).
Talpra Magyar (AH)
b c 1885 (Buccaneer - Kincsem,
by Cambuscan). Sire Line
Family 4-o. One of
only five foals produced by Kincsem, he was the only living
colt from his celebrated dam and Buccaneer, his half brother
Kincs-Or (ch c 1886 Doncaster) died immediately prior to
starting for the Deutsches Derby. Although Talpra Magyar never ran he
entered the stud and there got Tokio (b c 1892) who won the Grosser Preis von
Baden, the Grosser Preis von Nordrhein-Westfalen, the Jubilaums Preis (thrice),
the Oesterreichisches Derby, the Trial Stakes, the Alagi dij and the Magyar
b c 1892
(Talpra Magyar - Totleany, by Gunnersbury). Sire Line
Family 5-e. A good
winner he counted among his victories the Grosser Preis von
Baden, Grosser Preis von Nordrhein-Westfalen, the Jubilaums
Preis (thrice), the Oesterreichisches Derby, the Trial
Stakes, the Alagi dij and the Magyar St Leger. In the stud
he got the Millenniumi dij winner Mokan (b c 1909).
ch c 1879 (Flibustier - Dirt Cheap,
by Orlando). Sire
Family 14-f. Bred by
Furst Hatzfeld, he was owned by Graf Tschirschky-Renard. He
won the Deutsches Derby, the Henckel-Rennen and the
Ratibor-Rennen. He was a Champion Sire once, second on the
list four times and many times slightly farther down the
list. In the stud he got the Champion Sire Hannibal (ch c