Martin, by Cade
b c 1734 (Godolphin Arabian
- Roxana, by Bald Galloway). Sire Line Godolphin
Arabian. Family 6-a.
Lord Godolphin, he was orphaned at ten days of age, and
was said to have been raised on cow's milk. He was a full
brother to Lath (b c 1732), the first son of the Godolphin
Arabian. His racing
career was respectable.
stud Cade was remarkably successful. He was Champion Sire
in England in 1752, 1753, 1758, 1759 and 1760. Probably
his most important offspring was Matchem
(b c 1748), himself a Champion Sire and progenitor of the
Matchem sire line. Other useful sons include Silvio (b c
1754) and his brother (b c c1755), Young Cade (b c 1747),
Changeling (b c 1747) and Warren's Sportsman (b c 1753),
the dam sire of Pot8os (ch c 1773).
valuable daughters include Cade Mare (gr f 1751), the dam
of Mambrino (gr c 1768) and
ancestress of such horses as Friar Marcus (b c 1912 Cicero)
and Alysheba (b c 1984 Alydar) of Family
20. Another daughter, Hutton's Cade Mare was an
ancestress of most of Family
25. Miss Cade (ch f 1750) was the grandam of Old England
Mare (b f 1766) the taproot of Family
2-t. Sister to Merryman (b f 174) was the dam of Titania
(f 1760) the taproot of Family
4-a. Miss Ramsden (b f 175) was the dam of the good
racehorse and top sire Woodpecker (ch c 1773). Miss Roan
(gr f 1753) was the dam of Sweetwilliam
(ch c 1768), and the 3rd dam of Coriander (b c 1786).
Miss Vernon (b f 1755) was the dam of Otho
(b c 1760).
was felt in America as well, through his daughter Kitty
Fisher* (gr f 1756c), a notable American matriarch, who numbered
the great racehorse Boston (ch c
1833) among her descendants. His son Wildair* (b c 1753)
was sufficiently successful that he was sent back to England.
at Easby Abbey, North Yorkshire, in September of 1756.
|Sister to Leedes
In October of 1740 at Newmarket
he won both heats of the King's Plate for 100 guineas defeating
Mr Martindale's Sedbury (ch c
1734 Old Partner), Sir Michael Newton's
Elephant and the Duke of Somerset's Blacksilver.
of 1741 at Newmarket, in a King's Plate for 100 guineas,
Cade ran second to Mr Martindale's Sedbury,
while beating Mr Hughson's Countess and Sir M Newton's
in July of 1744, for £50, he lost to Mr Parson's Molotto
(bl c 1736), defeating Mr Grisewood's Tom Tinker, the
Duke of Ancaster's Figg, Mr Greville's Crab, Sir H Harpur's
Darling and Mr Prentice's John the Miller.
Racing for Thomas Meredith at
Newmarket in October of 1745, Cade ran third
in a subscription purse of 50 guineas to Mr Aislabie's
Bucephalus (ch g 1738) and Mr Martindale's Starling, while
defeating an aged horse belonging to the Duke of Devonshire
which went lame and was withdrawn.
|b c 1747 (Cade - Sister 2 to Miss Partner, by Croft's
Partner). Sire Line Godolphin
Arabian. Family 4.
Changeling was a full-brother to the celebrated Matchem
and was also bred by John Holme of Carlisle. Purchased by
Mr Fenwick, he started only once in public, for a £50
Maiden Plate at Newcastle in June of 1753. Said to have been
restive in each heat, he finished 2nd in two of them before
losing his distance in the 3rd. It was thought he would otherwise
have been an easy winner. He was then sold for a stallion
to Christopher Jackson. In 1754 he covered at Beverley, Yorkshire,
for a fee of 2 guineas, and later at Crathorne, near Yarm,
for the same fee. His best son was Le Sang (b c 1759) who
got a St Leger winner in Bourbon (b c 1774). He also got
a number of good runners, including Mr Pratt's Virgin (ch f
1755), winner of the Chester Gold Cup along with several Fifties.
|gr c 1748 (Cade - Mare, by Crab).
Sire Line Godolphin
Arabian. Family 17.
In 1752 racing for Sir Charles Sedley he won £50
for 4yos at Chipping Norton beating Mr Rogers's Robin
Redbreast, Lord Byron's Rumstone and three others. In
1753 he won £50 at Newmarket beating Mr Crofts's Amelia (b f 1748
Godolphin Arabian), Mr
Martindale's Brutus (ro c 1748
Regulus) and five others, and at the October
meeting he beat the Duke of Ancaster's Dart (br c 1748
Snip) for 500gs.
In 1755 running for Lord Onslow he won £50
at Reading, again beating Mr Martindale's Brutus as
well as Mr Rogers's famous horse Aaron (b c 1747
Portmore's Whitenose), at Oxford, defeating Aaron
for the second time, and at Ipswich, beating the
celebrated Driver (ch c
1743 Beaver's Driver) running for Mr Lamego,
Mr Percival's Daisy, Mr Leath's Maggot and Captain Vernon's Skim.
In 1756 he won £50 at Guildford, beating Mr Rogers's Hey-Over and Lord Pomfret's Bold. Ensuing lameness ended his turf career.
He left no stock that bred on.
|ch c 1755 (Cade - Mare, by Bartlet's
Childers). Sire Line Godolphin
Arabian. Family 3.
Bred by Abraham Dixon of Belford, Northumberland, he was
a full-brother to Belford (b c 1754) and Boreas (b c 1756).
In 1759 he won the Subscription Purse at York, worth more
than £200, beating Mr Shafto's Apollo (b c 1755
Regulus), Mr Warren's Fearnought
(b c 1755 Regulus), Mr Fenton's
Viper (b c 1755 Sampson), Mr
Lister's Patient Grizzle and Mr Turner's Modesty (ch f
1754 Cade). In 1760 he finished 2nd to Engineer (br c 1755
Sampson) in the Subscription Purse
at York, beating Mr Naylor's Sally (ch f 1755 Blank),
Mr Warren's Fearnought (b c 1755 Regulus)
and Sir Richard Grosvenor's Raphael (b c 1755 Wolseley
Barb). Purchased by Sir Richard Grosvenor, he won a 75 guineas
Subscription Purse at Newmarket in October of 1761, beating
Lord Portmore's Bosphorus
(br c 1754 Babraham), Mr Vernon's Fribble (b c 1756 Snip),
Mr Panton's Horatius (gr c 1756 Blank)
and Lord Oxford's Pegasus (ch c 1754 Whitenose)
over the Round Course. In May of 1762 he won the 100 guineas
Jockey Club Plate at Newmarket, beating Sir James Lowther's
Babraham (b c 1750 Babraham),
the Duke of Devonshire's Atlas (b c 1752 Babraham),
Lord Bolingbroke's Molly Long
Legs (b f 1753 Babraham),
Mr Vernon's Fortunatus and Mr Warren's Sportsman (b c
1753 Cade). He started several more times unsuccessfully
before breaking his leg whilst running at Farn, Cheshire
in 1766. Surviving his injury he entered Lord Grosvenor's
stud where he got several good runners. He is best remembered
as the sire of Pangloss Mare, ancestress of the Prix du
Jockey Club winner Fitz Emilius (b c 1842 Young Emilius).
b c 1753 (Cade - Silvertail, by Heneage's Whitenose). Sire
Arabian. Family 32.
Bred by John Borlase Warren of Stapleford, Nottinghamshire,
Sportsman was a half-brother to Careless
(ch c 1751 Regulus) and Fearnought*
(b c 1755 Regulus). In
1757 he won £50 at Nottingham, beating Sir J Pennyman's Dash,
Sir C Leighton's Young Partner, Mr Meredith's Fearnought
and several others. In 1758 he finished 2nd in Plates at
Huntingdon and Newark, running four heats at both places.
In 1759 he won £50 at Chesterfield, beating Mr Swinburne's
Nabob (b c 1753 Cade) and four others. In 1760 he won £50
at Nottingham, beating Mr Wentworth's Darrington Cade (ch c
1754 Cade), Lord Rockingham's Young Brilliant and two others,
and also £50 at Lichfield, beating Mr Gorge's Juniper
(b c 1752 Babraham). In April
of 1761 he won the Jockey Club Plate at
Newmarket, worth over 100 guineas, beating
Mr Greville's Molly
Long Legs (b f 1753 Babraham),
Lord Portmore's Bosphorus
(br c 1754 Babraham), Lord Rockingham's
Remus (b c 1752 Regulus), Lord
Gower's Shock and four others. In July of the same year
he won the £90 Ladies' Plate at Huntingdon, beating
the famous Wildair (b c 1753 Cade), Sir James Lowther's
Babraham (b c 1750 Babraham)
and Lord March's Ploughboy. He then walked-over for £50
at Scarborough. He entered the stud at Stapleford where
despite a limited mare book he got a number of good runners
along with Sportsmistress (ch f 1765), the dam of Pot8os
(ch c 1773 Eclipse) and the Derby
winner Sir Thomas (ch c 1785 Pontac).
|b c 1747 (Cade - Meynell, by Croft's
Partner). Sire Line Godolphin
Trunnion was bred by John Holme of Carlisle and sold to
William Fenwick of Bywell, Northumberland, the owner of
Matchem, and eventually to Sir
Edward O'Brien. In 1751 he won £50 at Durham, beating
Mr Hunt's Spanker (b c 1747 Bolton Goliah), and also £50
at Morpeth, beating Mr R Shafto's Badger, Mr Foster's
Tom Trusty and others. In 1752 he won £50 at Carlisle,
beating Mr Smith's Bright Venus and Tom Trusty in three
heats. In the latter race Bright Venus won the first heat
and Trunnion and Trusty ran a dead-heat for the second,
however, Trunnion won the third with such ease that he was
awarded the plate without having to run a fourth heat. The
same year he walked-over for the Subscription Purse at Hambleton.
In May of 1753 he again beat Tom Trusty, winning 500 guineas
at Hambleton over four miles. He next won £50 at Malton,
beating Mr Nelson's Greylegs and Mr Hunt's Spanker, and
followed this with a walk-over for £50 at Newcastle.
Starting for Sir Edward O'Brien in April of 1754 he won
the 100 guineas Sportsman's Purse at the Curragh, beating
Mr Daly's Smirking Nan, Mr O'Neil's Viper, Mr Mervin's
Cyrus and Mr Brown's Tamerlane in three heats. In 1755
he won 50 guineas at Rathkeale, beating Mr Hyde's Atalanta
and Mr Newenham's Standard. The same year he won a Gold
Purse at Loughrea, beating Mr Burn's (formerly Lord Portmore's)
Prim. In 1756 he won the 50 guineas Jockey Club Plate at
the Curragh, beating Mr Newenham's Trifle, Lord Antrim's
Gustavus and Mr Brown's Bolton. He also won 60 guineas
at Killarney, beating Mr Brown's Piper, £50 at Rathkeale,
again beating Piper, and £50 at Loughrea, again beating
Mr Brown's Bolton (Whitefoot). In 1757 he won £50
at Loughrea, beating Piper yet again. After his turf career
he went to stud in Ireland where he was a popular stallion.
Among his offspring was Mother Brown, the 3rd dam of Nabocklish
(ch c 1810 Rugantino), the damsire of Harkaway (ch c 1834