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JEFFERSON'S BARB MARE* (f)
     Sultana (f Black Sultan*)
     |    Lady Burton (b f 1813 Sir Archy)
     |         Sidi Hamet (b c 1826 Virginian)
     |         Melli Melli (c 1826 Virginian)
     Citizen Mare (f Citizen*) ..... Family A30

Jefferson's Barb Mare*

Black Sultan and two Barb mares were presented to President Jefferson in 1806, by the Bey of Tunis. The three horses were later sold at auction with both mares in foal to Black Sultan. One Barb mare went to Louisiana and produced Beau Laquaise (c 1807), and no further infomation is known about either. The other Barb mare went to Jefferson's son-in-law John Eppes who was also a member of Congress. She was sent to Virginia where she foaled Sultana (f 1807). This Barb mare was then bred to Citizen* and produced a foal (f 1810c) that would become know as The Citizen Mare, the taproot of Family A30. Sultana produced Lady Burton (b f 1813 by Sir Archy) who was said by Sanders Bruce, the compiler of the first six volumes of the American Stud Book,  to be one of the best broodmares America has ever produced. It is very unlikely that Sultana bred a foal by Citizen*, as is shown in the American Stud Book, as Citizen's last covering year was 1809, when Sultana was not yet a full two-year old, and covering at such an early age was unusual and note was made of it in stud books.
 

 
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