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SYDNEY (f 18--)
      Parramatta (f 18-- Fisherman*)
            Toonketchen (f 18-- Gang Forward)
                  Pedinga (f 18-- Prince Consort)
                        Topedi (f 1904 Tostig) AdelRC Dequetteville S, Morphettville Plate
                        Musket Belle (b f 1906 Pistol*) SAJC Goodwood H (twice)
                        Puringa (c Pistol*) SAJC SA S, SAJC South Australian D, TSA Tattersall's Cup
                        Carlpedes (f 19-- Carlyon)
                              Eastern Sea (f 1911 Pygmalion)
                              |     East of Suez (f Two)
                              |           Queen Baccha (f 1935 Baccha Sakao) PARC Christmas H (twice), VRC Cantala S
                              |           Kalula (f 1937 Baccha Sakao)
                              |                 Ethel Gwyn (f Balkan Prince)
                              |                       Balkan Princess (f The Sirdar)
                              |                             Australasia (c 1969 Gala Crest) GeelRC Geelong Cup, L K S Mackinnon S, VRC Turnbull S
                              Wynette (f 1917 Lord Alwyne) SAJC Keswick S, Caulfield Cup, WmtnRC Williamstown Cup, Adelaide Cup

 
Sydney
 
Sydney was in the stud of the Hon J Baker in South Australia and imported from New South Wales without pedigree. This family was not admitted to the Australian Stud Book, but two of its members, Topedi and her half-sister Musket Belle, are to be found in Volume 9 under the heading "Performers whose dams do not appear". It is admitted for its racing merit and the presence of more than one good winner.
 

 
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