Stump "by Mr
Darley's Manica, dam by Snake, out of a daughter of the
North Country Diamond" [Pick 1:474].
"Mr Humberston's Stump, Son of Manica, Son of
the Darley Arabian. The Dam of the Humberston Stump was got by
Snake, his Grand-Dam by Diamond, Son of the Helmsley Turk"
Bred by Lord Waldegrave, in 1741, got by the Devonshire
Blacklegs, her dam, the Duke of Leeds's Mare,* by the Holderness
Turk - Snake - Diamond. * This mare was the dam in 1724 of Mr Humberton's b h Stump, by Manica"
"The Horse called Stump
... was got by Mannaca, a Son of Mr Darlow's
Arabian, the Sire of Childers; his Dam was got by Snake, and out
of a Diamond Mare of Colonel Pepper's" [York
Courant, March 13. 1739. Numb. 700].
In the pedigree given for the "BLACKLEGS MARE, Her dam, the Duke of Leeds's Stump Mare, by the Holderness Turk - her grand dam by Snake" [Intro:6]. Stump is not mentioned in conjunction with the Blacklegs Mare, although he has his own entry in Part II, which says: Stump, (Mr. Humberston's), 1724, Manica - Snake - Diamond" [Intro:188].
In the pedigree of the
BLACKLEGS Mare the pedigree for Stump is given as "Manica - Snake - Diamond"
BLACKLEGS Mare's pedigree now reads "got by the
Devonshire Blacklegs, her dam, the Duke of Leeds's mare (dam of
Humberston's Stump) by the Holderness Turk - Snake," the pedigree of
Stump is given as "Mr Humberston's, foaled in 1724, got by
Manica - Snake - Diamond" [GSB:1803].
"The STUMP MARE
(grandam of Captain) was bred by the Duke of Leeds, and
got by the Earl of Holderness's Turk, out of a daughter
of Mr Lister's Snake" [Pick 1:179].
In the pedigree
for Mr Swymmer's Captain is given as "by Cartouch, out of a
daughter of Devonshire Blacklegs, which came from the
dam of a bay Horse called
Humberstone's Stump" [Pond:1756 & 1757].
When Mr Humberston's Lady's
(or Ladies') Toy first appeared on the turf the pedigree
given for him suggests that he was later the horse
called Stump (same
age & coat color, although the pedigree drops a generation):
"bred by Mr White, out of a Diamond Mare & got by Manaca"
[Cheny:1729]. The Turf Register also identifies
Ladies' Toy as Stump.