Filho da Puta, by Haphazard
X Y Z, by Haphazard
|Haphazard br c 1797 (Sir
Peter Teazle - Miss Hervey, by
Eclipse). Sire Line
Mr Legh of High
Legh, he was purchased by William Henry Vane (1766-1842), 3rd
Earl of Darlington, prior to his career on the turf.
Lord Darlington bred the St Leger winner Chorister (b c
1828 Lottery). Most of
Family 35 descends
from Haphazard's unnamed full sister (b f 1798).
"The Druid" described him as
a "gay, nag-looking horse, with a low back and very fine action,
but never a great favourite. Billy Pierse thought he had hardly
ever been on a truer four-mile horse than him and Agonistes,
both of the same age, both by Sir Peter, and companions in the
During six years of racing
he won more than fifteen races. His best
race was said to be the Great Subscription Purse at the York
August meeting in 1803 in which he defeated Marcia (gr f 1797
Coriander) by a half a
length. In the stud he got several classics winners, including
two Two Thousand Guineas winners, Antar (b c 1816) and Reginald
(b c 1818), the St Leger winner Filho da Puta (br c 1812) and
the One Thousand Guineas winner Rowena (ch f 1817).
Haphazard died in April of 1821.
|In 1800, running
for Lord Darlington, he finished 2nd for the 100gs Gold
Cup at Doncaster, won by Mr Garforth's Dion (b c 1795
Spadille), beating Lord Fitzwilliam's Fanny (br f 1796
Sir Peter Teazle)
and Sir H T Vane's bay Walnut colt. Finished 3rd for a
£100 Purse at the same meeting, won by Mr Wentworth's
Chance (b c 1797 Lurcher), with Mr Johnson's Sir
Solomon (b c 1796
Sir Peter Teazle)
placing 2nd, beating 4 others. Finished 2nd for £50 at
Malton, won by Lord Strathmore's bay Walnut colt.
|In 1801 he won
80gs at Catterick Bridge in April, beating Mr L Savile's Cinnamon (ch c 1797 Coriander) and 5 others.
Finished 2nd for £50 at Preston in July, won by Mr
Crompton's Aniseed (b f 1797 Coriander). Finished 3rd
for a 170gs Subscription Cup at Richmond in September,
won by Lord Darlington's Agonistes (b c 1797
Sir Peter Teazle),
with Mr Brandling's Alonzo (b c 1798 Pegasus) placing
2nd; 6 started. Won £50 at Pontrefact. Won £100 at
Doncaster in September, beating Cinnamon, Chance, Lord
Fitzwilliam's Miracle (ch c 1798 Phoenomenon) and Mr Brome's Trowsers (b c 1798
Won £50 at Carlisle in October.
|In 1802 he won
50gs at Catterick Bridge in April, beating Mr
Cornforth's Wrestler (b c 1797 Antaeus). Won a 250gs
sweep at York in August, beating Chance, Sir H T
Vane's St Leger winner Cockfighter (b c 1796 Overton),
Cinnamon and 2 others. Won the £50 added Subscription
Purse at the same meeting, beating Chance and Mr Garforth's Marcia (gr f 1797 Coriander). Won a 10gs each
Sweepstakes at Richmond in September, beating Mr
Brandling's Dr Solander (b c 1798 Aurelius). Finished
3rd for the Cup at the same meeting, won by Sir W
Gerard's Asheton (b c 1799
with Lord Strathmore's chestnut Beningbrough colt
placing 2nd, beating 2 others. Won the 10 gs each
Doncaster Stakes, beating Marcia, Lord Ftitzwilliam's
Sparrowhawk (b c 1799 Buzzard), Sir T Gascoigne's Lennox (ch c 1798
and Sir W Gerard's Bellisle who broke down. Walked over
for the Royal Plate at Carlisle in November.
|In 1803 he
collected a 100gs compromise from Lord Sackville's
Andrews (b c 1797
for a 500gs match. Won a 500gs match at York in August
from Lord Strathmore's bay Walnut colt. Won a 25gs each
Subscription at the same meeting, beating Lennox and 4
others. Won the Great Subscription at the same meeting,
beating Marcia and Cinnamon.
|In 1804 he won a
25gs each Subscription at York in August, beating
Marcia, Lennox, the Duke of Hamilton's chestnut Walnut
colt and Lord Fitzwilliam's
Orville (br c 1799
Won the Great Subscription at the same meeting, beating
Alonzo, Marcia and 1 other. Finished 2nd for the 150gs
Gold Cup at Pontrefact in September, won by Marcia. Won
a 200gs match at Doncaster from Mr Garforth's
|In 1805 Haphazard
did not run.
|In 1806 he
finished 2nd for the 60gs Ladies' Plate at Lewes in
August, won by Dick Andrews.
||Haphazard Mare (ch f 1815),
3rd dam of the Cesarewitch winner Lioness (b f 1859 Fandango)
and 4th dam of the Prince of Wales's Stakes winner and stallion
King of the Forest (b c 1868 Scottish Chief).
||Little Queen (b f 1815),
bred at Hampton Court, dam of the Craven Stakes winner
Scarborough (b c 1811 Catton).
||Sister to Birmingham (br f
1816), 4th dam of the Prix du Jockey Club winner Porthos (b c
1849 Royal Oak). Family 11.
||Rowena (ch f 1817), bred by
the 4th Duke of Grafton, won the One Thousand Guineas Stakes and
finished 2nd for the Oaks Stakes.
||Hazardess (b f 1818), 3rd
dam of the Ebor Handicap and Yorkshire Oaks winner Adine (b f
1849 Slane) and 4th dam of the Oaks winner Tormentor (b f 1863
King Tom). Family 10.
|Other Notable Offspring
Y Z (GB)
b c 1808 (Haphazard - Sister to Spindleshanks, by
Spadille). Sire Line
Family 8. Bred by Ralph Riddle, his turf career spanned five years.
Purchased by Lord Foley at the end of his first season, he
won numerous cups and sweepstakes over the next four years.
In his last season he was sold to Mr Lambton before
breaking down in his final race. In the stud he is usually
seen as the sire of Feltona (b f 1819), the second dam of
Alarm (b c 1842
Venison), and the
third dam of Cambuscan (ch c 1861
|Filho da Puta (GB)
br c 1812 (Haphazard - Mrs Barnet, by
Waxy). Sire Line
Family 12-a. Standing 16 hands he was described as a "magnificent horse,"
although a "little on the leg". A St Leger winner and
champion stallion in 1828 he sired the St Leger winner
Birmingham (br c 1827),
along with Hedgeford* (br c 1825), Maria Black* (br f 1834), Nameless*
(b f 1825) and Philip* (br c 1828).
1816 (Haphazard - Cressida, by
Whiskey). Sire Line
Family 6-a. Bred by Sir John Shelley, he won the Two Thousand Guineas,
defeating six others, and Craven Stakes, the latter noted
for its large fields of good horses. He also won the Stocken
Hall Stakes, the Audley End Stakes and the Gold Cup at
Brighton. He was sent to Russia in 1823.
1818 (Haphazard - Prudence, by Waxy). Sire Line
Family 1-e. A full brother to the One Thousand Guineas winner Rowena, he
was bred by the 4th Duke of Grafton. On the turf he won the
Two Thousand Guineas Stakes and finished second for the
Derby won by Gustavus (gr c 1818 Election). He also finished
second in the Riddlesworth Stakes. He was later sent to
1819 (Haphazard - Mare, by Selim). Sire Line
Family 11-b. Bred by Lord Lowther he ran for 6 years, winning the
Fitzwilliam Stakes at Doncaster, a Sweepstakes at Ascot, the
Doncaster Stakes and the Doncaster Gold Cup. He was later a