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Family 17
   



English Families

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Profiles


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Cub


Martin

BYERLEY TURK MARE (Byerley Turk)
     Wharton Mare (Carlisle's Turk)
          Old Lady (Bald Galloway)
               Worlock's Galloway (Snake)
                    Cottingham Mare (Cottingham)
                         Sister To Judgment (Snip)
                              Regulus Mare (Regulus)
                                   Sister To Tandem (Syphon)
                                        MAID OF ALL WORK (Highflyer) ..... 17-a
                                        |     Musidora (Meteor)
                                        |          Idalia (Peruvian)
                                        |               BIDDY (Bran) ..... 17-b
                                        |                    The Gem (Touchstone)
                                        |                         REGALIA (Stockwell) ..... 17-c
                                        RACHEL (Highflyer) ..... 17-d
 

 
BYERLEY TURK MARE (GB) f 1695c Byerley's Turk
     Wharton Mare (GB) f 1705c Lord Carlisle's Turk
          BUCKHUNTER [Carlisle Gelding] (GB) ch g 1713 Bald Galloway (GB) ..... GB QP
          Old Lady (GB) ch f 1720c Bald Galloway (GB)
          |     Worlock's Galloway (GB) ch f 1724 Snake (GB)
          |     |     ABIGAIL [Portmore's] (GB) ch f 1735 Young Greyhound (GB) ..... GB QP
          |     |     |     Crab Mare (GB) gr f 1740c Crab (GB)
          |     |     |          MARTIN (GB) gr c 1748 Cade (GB)
          |     |     |          Craven Mare (GB) f 1750c Craven's Horse (GB)
          |     |     |          |     Ranter (GB) b c 1755 Dimple (GB)
          |     |     |          Modesty (GB) ch f 1754 Cade (GB)
          |     |     |               Impudence (GB) ch f 1772 Eclipse (GB)
          |     |     |                    Boldface (GB) b f 1789 Highflyer (GB)
          |     |     |                         Dabraya (RUS) b f 1803 Prior (GB)
          |     |     |                              Harmonja (RUS) gr f 1815 Dapple (GB)
          |     |     |                              |     Udalaja (RUS) gr f 1825 Nectar (GB)
          |     |     |                              |          Parodja (RUS) gr f 1842 Sokol (RUS)
          |     |     |                              |               Statira (RUS) gr f 1852 Choodoh (RUS)
          |     |     |                              |                    Hidalgo (RUS) b c 1864 Viscomte (RUS)
          |     |     |                              Dobraja (RUS) gr f 1816 Dapple (GB)
          |     |     |                                   Utka (RUS) gr f 1826 Nectar (GB)
          |     |     |                                        Sygnal (RUS) gr c 1840 Memnon (GB)
          |     |     |                                        Undina (RUS) gr f 1844 Allegro (GB)
          |     |     |                                             Rusalka (RUS) gr f 1854 Bolero (RUS)
          |     |     |                                                  Miss Viscomte (RUS) b f 1871 Viscomte (RUS)
          |     |     |                                                       Mariula (RUS) b f 1883 Escape (RUS)
          |     |     |                                                            Mizantrop (RUS) b c 1895 Krakus (RUS)
          |     |     OTHELLO (GB) bl c 1738 Oroonoko (GB) ..... GB QP
          |     |     CUB (GB) ch c 1739 Fox (GB)
          |     |     Black Eyes (GB) b f 1741 Crab (GB)
          |     |     |     Young Black Eyes (GB) b f 1747 Regulus (GB)
          |     |     |     |     Rib Mare (GB) gr f 1756c Rib (GB)
          |     |     |     |     |     ALEXANDER (GB) gr c 1761 Lot (GB) ..... GB QP
          |     |     |     |     Cullen Arabian Mare (GB) ch f 1757 Cullen Arabian
          |     |     |     |          Sister To Stripling (GB) ch f 1766c Villager (GB)
          |     |     |     |          |     Matchem (GB) b c 1772 Bosphorus (GB)
          |     |     |     |          Sister To Grasshopper (GB) br f 1774 Marske (GB)
          |     |     |     |               Preference (GB) b f 1778 Goldfinder (GB)
          |     |     |     |               |     Gilliflower (GB) b f 1787 Highflyer (GB)
          |     |     |     |               |          Azalia (GB) b f 1804 Beningbrough (GB)
          |     |     |     |               |               The Flyer (GB) br c 1814 Vandyke Junior (GB)
          |     |     |     |               Punch (GB) ch c 1780 King Herod (GB)
          |     |     |     MISS CAPE (GB) b f 1758 Regulus (GB) ..... GB QP
          |     |     |     |     Capella (GB) b f 1773 King Herod (GB)
          |     |     |     |     |     Georgiana (GB) ch f 1785 Sweetbriar (GB)
          |     |     |     |     |     |     Cheshire Cheese (GB) b c 1798 Sir Peter Teazle (GB)
          |     |     |     |     |     Knowsley (GB) b c 1795 Sir Peter Teazle (GB)
          |     |     |     |     Violet (GB) b f 1778 Sweetbriar (GB)
          |     |     |     |          Sister To Sheriff (GB) ch f 1789 Satellite (GB)
          |     |     |     |               Ultima (GB) b f 1805 Holyhock (GB)
          |     |     |     |                    Gulnare (GB) gr f 1822 Young Gohanna (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         Zohrab (AUS) gr c 1832 Rous' Emigrant (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         Alice Grey (AUS) gr f 1833 Rous' Emigrant (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |     Cassandra (AUS) gr f 1841 Tros (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |     |     Calliope (AUS) f 1850c Aether (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |     |     |     CAMDEN (AUS) b c 1858 Conrad (GB) or Warhawk (GB) ..... AUS VRC D
          |     |     |     |                         |     |     CAMDEN [Duppa's] b c 1851 Calendar (GB) ..... AUS AJC SL
          |     |     |     |                         |     |     KYOGLE (AUS) br c 1858 William Tell (GB) ..... AUS AJC D
          |     |     |     |                         |     |     RAMORNIE (AUS) br c 1860 Pitsford (GB) ..... AUS AJC D
          |     |     |     |                         |     |     YATTENDON (AUS) br c 1861 Sir Hercules (AUS) ..... AUS AJC D
          |     |     |     |                         |     Althea (AUS) gr f 1845 Maeonides (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |          Dainty Ariel (NZ) b c 1857 Riddlesworth (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |          Gorgi (NZ) gr f 1860 Bishop Of Osnaburgh (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |               Vivandiere (NZ) gr f 1882 Musket (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |                    Vivat (NZ) gr f 1889 Captivator (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |                         Vivacity (NZ) gr f 1903 St. Cyr (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |                              Blodwyn (NZ) gr f 1921 Bisogne (NZ)
          |     |     |     |                         |                                   Eva Rose (NZ) br f 1929 Lapidary (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |                                        Flying Falcon (NZ) ch f 1935 Bronze Eagle (AUS)
          |     |     |     |                         |                                             LADY FOXBRIDGE (NZ) bl f 1942 Foxbridge (GB)
          |     |     |     |                         |                                                                                                    ..... NZ ARC D
          |     |     |     |                         Gohanna (AUS) gr c 1834 Rous' Emigrant (GB)
          |     |     |     Fairy Queen (GB) b f 1762 Young Cade (GB)
          |     |     |          Princess (GB) ch f 1774 Turk (GB)
          |     |     |          |     CITIZEN (GB) b c 1785 Pacolet (GB)
          |     |     |          Fairy (GB) b f 1782 Highflyer (GB)
          |     |     |               Bedford (GB) b c 1792 Dungannon (GB)
          |     |     |               Morgiana (GB) b f 1804 Coriander (GB)
          |     |     |                    Wilna (GB) br f 1818 Smolensko (GB)
          |     |     |                    |     Catalani (GB) b f 1827 Tiger (GB)
          |     |     |                    |          Priscilla Tomboy (GB) br f 1839 Tomboy (GB)
          |     |     |                    |               SAUCEBOX (GB) b c 1852 St. Lawrence (IRE) ..... GB SL
          |     |     |                    Ina (GB) b f 1821 Smolensko (GB)
          |     |     |                         Zarina (GB) ch f 1827 Morisco (GB)
          |     |     |                         |     Envoy (GB) b c 1833 Memnon (GB)
          |     |     |                         |     The Prime Warden (GB) b c 1834 Cadland (GB)
          |     |     |                         |     The Cur (GB) ch c 1842 Bran (GB)
          |     |     |                         Ino (GB) br f 1843 Pantaloon (GB)
          |     |     |                              Chantress (GB) b f 1855 Chanticleer (IRE)
          |     |     |                                   Charmille (FR) b f 1868 The Nabob (GB)
          |     |     |                                        Louis D'Or (FR) b c 1877 Dollar (FR)
          |     |     |                                        The Condor (FR) b c 1882 Dollar (FR)
          |     |     |                                        Fontanas (FR) br f 1886 Fontainebleau (FR)
          |     |     |                                             Picardia (FR) b f 1892 Fripon (FR)
          |     |     |                                                  La Riviere (FR) br f 1906 Vinicius (FR)
          |     |     |                                                       La Moselle (FR) br f 1914 Fourire (FR)
          |     |     |                                                            L'URE (FR) b f 1924 Mon-Petiot (FR) ..... continued below
          |     |     Cottingham Mare (GB) ch f 1745 Cottingham (GB)
          |     |          APOLLO (GB) b c 1755 Regulus (GB) ..... GB QP
          |     |          Sister To Judgment (GB) f 1758 Snip (GB)
          |     |          |     Regulus Mare (GB) f 1762c Regulus (GB)
          |     |          |          Sister To Tandem (GB) b f 1771 Syphon (GB)
          |     |          |          |     COWSLIP (GB) b f 1782 Highflyer (GB) ..... GB SL
          |     |          |          |     MAID OF ALL WORK (GB) b f 1786 Highflyer (GB) ..... 17-a
          |     |          |          |     Sister To Maid Of All Work (GB) b f 1789 Highflyer (GB)
          |     |          |          |     |     Pegasus Mare (GB) b f 1799 Pegasus (GB)
          |     |          |          |     |     |     Rasping (GB) b c 1813 Brown Bread (GB)
          |     |          |          |     |     SANCHO (GB) b c 1801 Don Quixote (GB) ..... GB SL
          |     |          |          |     RACHEL (GB) b f 1790 Highflyer (GB) ..... 17-d
          |     |          |          Tandem (GB) b c 1773 Syphon (GB)
          |     |          DIANA (GB) b f 1763 Regulus (GB) ..... GB QP
          |     Matron's Dam (GB) f 1735c Bartlet's Childers (GB)
          |          Matron (GB) b f 1755 Cullen Arabian
          |          |     Bay Richmond (GB) b c 1769 Feather (GB)
          |          Jet (GB) bl f 1757 Othello [Portmore's] (GB)
          |          |     Whirligig (GB) b c 1765 Captain (GB)
          |          Orford Barb Mare (GB) br f 1759c Orford Barb
          |               Mariannina (GB) f 1774 Snap (GB)
          |                    Firetail (GB) b f 1789 Highflyer (GB)
          |                         Precipitate Mare (GB) f 1803 Precipitate (GB)
          |                              PERICLES (GB) br c 1809 Evander (GB)
          SISTER TO SQUIRREL (GB) ch f 1722 Strickland's Turk ..... GB QP
          Squirrel [Howard's] (GB) b c 1723 Strickland's Turk
   
 
   
  L'URE (FR) b f 1924 Mon-Petiot (FR) ..... continued
     Les Allees (FR) br f 1933 Caligula (FR)
     |     La Capelle (FR) b f 1943 Cappiello (FR)
     |          Fiorellina (FR) b f 1951 Wild Risk (FR)
     |               FIORAVANTI (GER) b c 1962 Birkhahn (GER) ..... GER 2G
     |               Fiora (GER) b f 1963 Kaliber (GER)
     |                    FLOTOW (GER) br c 1970 Orsini (GER) ..... GER 2G
     La Tour Blanche (FR) b f 1941 Assuérus (IRE)
          Tour D'Ivoire (FR) b f 1945 Louqsor (FR)
               Tita (HUN) gr f 1952 Sultan Mahomed (FR)
               |     THEBA (HUN) gr f 1958 Bank (HUN) ..... HUN O
               |          Troja (HUN) ch f 1966 Swashbuckler (GB)
               |          |     TIRAN (HUN) ch c 1973 Imperial (HUN) ..... HUN D
               |          Tykhe (HUN) b f 1969 Imi (HUN)
               |          |     Titkos (HUN) br f 1977 Seebirk (GDR)
               |          |          TOROCKO (HUN) br c 1984 Arena (HUN) ..... HUN D
               |          |          TABAN (HUN) b c 1986 Antler (GB) ..... HUN D
               |          TIBA (HUN) gr f 1971 Imperial (HUN) ..... HUN O
               |          TENGERSZEM (HUN) gr f 1972 Seebirk (GDR) ..... HUN O
               Turf (HUN) b f 1953 Fidibus (HUN)
                    Terminus (HUN) b f 1958 Merengo (HUN)
                         Tankosava (YUG) b f 1970 Faktor (GDR)
                              TURMALIN (YUG) b c 1979 Malatom (GB) ..... YUG SL
                              Teodora (YUG) b f 1984 Vicenzo (USA)
                                   TORNADO III (YUG) b c 1990 Remooz (USA) ..... YUG SL
                                   TINA II (YUG) b f 1992 Remooz (USA) ..... YUG 2G D SL
                                   |     T. N. T. (SRB) b c 2003 Atollos (GER) ..... YUG SL
                                   |     TAHIR SESTI (SRB) b c 2009 Depth (USA) ..... YUG 2G SL, B&H D
                                   TORINA (YUG) b f 1996 Remooz (USA) ..... YUG 2G
   
Family 17
 
The most recent common ancestress of today's Family 17 is the mare called WARLOCK GALLOWAY in GSB. Her entry in the 1891 edition appears below --

❖ WARLOCK GALLOWAY,
Got by Snake, out of Old Lady (sister to the Carlisle Gelding), by the Bald Galloway.

*1735 ch f Trumpery (aft Lord Portmore's Abigail), by Young Greyhound … Mr Routh
1738 bl c Othello, by Oroonoko (son of Hartley's Blind Horse) … Mr Routh
1739 ch c Cub, by Fox … Mr Greville
+1741 b f Blackeyes, by Crab … Sir H Harpur
             f by Bartlet's Childers … Lord Portmore
1745 b f by Cottingham (dam of Judgment) …
     * ABIGAIL (Sir C Sedley's) produced a filly by Panton's Crab, dam , in 1748, of gr c Martin, by Cade, and, in 1754, ch f Modesty, by Cade
     + BLACKEYES (Mr Stanhope's) produced a f by Regulus, also, in 1758, f Miss Cake, by Regulus, and, in 1762, b f Fairy Queen, by Y Cade.


This list of produce is incomplete. Records relating to this mare were published by C M Prior (Early Records of the Thoroughbred Horse, 1924). She is first mentioned there in the list of the Stud from May Day, 1732, where she is called "One Galloway, late Cap: Worlock's," and in the next year "Cloudy." Cheny's calendars show that Mr Worlock's ch m Cloudy won a purse of 10gs at Thirsk in 1729 and a purse of 10gs for galloways at "Sigfield" in 1732; these appear to have been her only starts under that name; Capt Warlock's ch m Full-drive (also?) won 10gs at Bedale in 1731. The last appearance of Worlock's Galloway in Mr Routh's records is the list of 1749, however, the page for 1750 (the year Snap was foaled) is missing; her age was given as 16 years in 1740, 17 years in 1741, 18 years in 1742, 19 years in 1743.

Her list of produce, taken from Mr Routh's records is

1734 gr f by Young Greyhound … [in Ed: Smith's possession, 1736]
1735 ch f Trumpery (aft. Ld Portmore's Abigail) by Young Greyhound … [sold to Ld Portmore for 30gs, Oct 1740]
1736 ch g by Kendall's Fox … Mr Routh
1737 ch f by Bartlet's Childers … [Ld Portmore]
1738 bl c Othello, by Oroonoko (son of Hartley's Blind Horse) … Mr Routh
1739 ch c Cub, by Fox … [sold to Ld Portmore for 105 l, Nov 1741] [sold to Mr Grevil for 150gs, Apr 1744]
1741 b f Blackeyes, by Crab … [sold to Sir Henry Harpur for 250gs, Aug 1745]
1742 b g by Smales Childers … Mr Routh
1745 b f [Young Worlock*] by Cottingham … ["now Mr Blund's" (record for Mayday, 1752]


The first entry of WARLOCK GALLOWAY as a broodmare was in the 1793 edition, where her grandam was given as got by the Curwen Bay Barb. This was repeated in the 1803 edition, but changed to the current pedigree in the 1808 edition. Her dam was not given a name until the 1891 edition.

However, according to the records of Cuthbert Routh, who owned her as broodmare, and bred her known produce, the pedigree in GSB is incorrect.

Although Mr Prior thought that Routh did not have a pedigree for Worlock's Galloway, based on Mr Bland's records (see below*), it appears that this is her pedigree

The Pedegree of The Chesnt Galloway, bred by Sr Ralph Milbanke, and given to Mr J M at 4 years old, 1727:
This Galloway they say was got by Spark, her dam by the Balld Galloway, g dam by Ld Carlisle’s Turk, her g grandam His Ldship bought of Mr Pulleine as one of his best bred mares. She was got by The White Turk, and gave a long Pedegree of her.
The above came from Wigging Thorp, 2nd January, 1726, per Lewis Elstob.


* An anonymous stud book in the Doncaster Archives (DD/BW/J/1) clearly was kept by or for James Bland. It includes additional information about the Cottingham mare (daughter of Worlock's Galloway). Mr Bland called her Young Worlock, as did Mr Routh in 1752.

1752 The Pedigree of my Chesnut Mare called Young Warlock bred by Cutht Routh Esq & foaled in April 1745 & which he made me a present of. She was got by an Horse of Mr[s?] Constables called Cottingham who won the Kings Plate at York in 174 & out of a Brood Mare of Mr Routh's called the Warlock Mare which was bred by Sr Ralph Milbanke & got by Spark or Snake. Her Grand dam by the Bald Galloway. Her G Grand dam by Ld Carlisle's Turk Her G G Grandam his Ldship bought of Mr Pulleine as one of his best bred mares & was got by the White Turk & with her was given a very long Pedigree. This from Mr Routh's Stud Book & signed by Mr Elstobb of Wigging Thorpe.
Cottingham was got by Mr Hartley's Blind Horse, his Dam by a son of Snake, his Grand Dam by a Son of Rockwood out of Windham & Crutches Dam, who was got by the Sellaby Turk, his G: Grandam by Bustler, His G: G Grandam by Bay Dodsworth. This from Thomas Jackson.
1753 April 12th N Stile
The above Chesnut Mare foaled at Hurworth a Filley Foal got by Snip. Its Colour Bay with a Star, & Snip down its fa[ce]


These also illustrate the transitional phases in the pedigree of Worlock's Galloway. She --

"they say" was got by Spark [Routh's records; some advertisements up to about 1760]
got by Spark or Snake [Bland's records, and some advertisements]
got by Snake [advertisement for Cub (1752) and consistently in advertisements after 1760]
 

 
Bald Galloway Mare (dam of Worlock's Galloway)
In 1891, GSB identified this mare as Old Lady (sister to the Carlisle Gelding) by the Bald Galloway. However, it is apparent that the dam of Worlock's Galloway has been confused with another mare, sister to the Carlisle Gelding (OLD LADY in GSB). This is clearly indicated by surviving eighteenth century pedigrees.

In fact, there are surviving pedigrees for as many as four mares sired by the Bald Galloway, whose dams were by Lord Carlisle's Turk. They are:

1. dam of Mr Routh's Worlock's Galloway, by the Balld Galloway, g dam by Ld Carlisle’s Turk, her g grandam His Ldship bought of Mr Pulleine as one of his best bred mares. She was got by The White Turk, and gave a long Pedegree of her (Lewis Elstob, Wigging Thorp, 2 Jan 1726, C M Prior, Early Records of the Thoroughbred Horse, 1924, p 26)
2. Mare called Roxana was got by Ye Bald galloway, Her dam by Ld Carlisle's white Turk. Her gr dam was Sir Willm Strickland's Old Blunder Mare (list of Edward Coke's mares, etc, taken at Longford, 5 Jul 1732; C M Prior, The Royal Studs of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, 1934; p 137)
3. The Bald'd Mare, Bought off Mrs Ovington in 1727, was got by ye Bald galloway, & full sister to ye Scotch galloway, which Captn Atkins had, her dam by Ld Carlisle's Turk. Her grandam By Ld Darcy's White Turk. (list of Edward Coke's mares, etc, taken at Longford, 5 Jul 1732; C M Prior, The Royal Studs of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, 1934; p 137)
4. Carlisle: or the Carlisle Gelding. Originally call'd Buckhunter. …was bred by the late Earl of Carlisle, was got by that Noted stallion call'd ye Bald galloway …Carlisle's Dam was got by a Turk of the said late Earl of Carlisle's. His Grand Dam, was a Daughter of the Byerley Turk. (print published 26 Sep 1741, by John Cheny) and
5. his Grand Dam by the Bald Galloway, and was full Sister to the Carlisle Gelding, his Great Grand Dam was called the Wharton Mare, which won three Royal Plates and the Subscription Money at Quainton Meadows, in one Year. She was got by Lord Carlisle's own Turk. (Pond 1753; pedigrees of 6 yo: Ld Godolphin's Dart)


No. 1 in the above list is the ancestress of family 17, while No. 5 and No. 6 are eighteenth century pedigrees which include the dam of the Carlisle Gelding (sometimes called the Wharton Mare.)

The above records indicate that Worlock's Galloway was bred by Sir Ralph Milbanke. Her dam must have been in his possession at one time. However, very few "Milbanke pedigrees" have been published, so it is not known if this mare had other produce.

The person who supplied the pedigree of Worlock's Galloway, Lewis Elstob (died 11 Oct 1733) of Wigging Thorp, was in 1716, and some years afterwards, agent for Lord Carlisle's Northumberland estates. He is also referred to at least once as proprietor of the Bald Galloway, perhaps accounting for so many daughters of Lord Carlisle's Turk having been bred to the Bald Galloway. In 1715, Mr Elstob advertised his stud for sale

Mr. Lewis Elstob of Wigingthorp near York, being a Breeder of fine Horses, designs to part with his Breed; if any Person have a mind to buy [f]ine Mares or Colts, may be furnished very reasonably. Seven Gold Cups, besides many £100 Plates have been won by Horses of the said Breed. [London Gazette, 5334. 31 May 1715, etc]

Perhaps it was at this time that Sir Ralph acquired the dam of Worlock's Galloway.
 

 
Mare by Ld Carlisle's Turk (grandam of Worlock's Galloway)
This mare is not entered in GSB. She was apparently bred by Lord Carlisle, since he is said to have purchased her dam from Mr Pulleine.
 

 
Mr Pulleine's mare by the White Turk (great grandam of Worlock's Galloway)
She was described as a mare "bought of Mr Pulleine as one of his best bred mares" and that Mr Pulleine "gave a long Pedegree of her."

Mr Thomas Pulleine was master of the Royal Stud until at least 1698. In Oct 1706 he wrote to the Duke of Newcastle of his "being resolv'd to give over breeding" and made reference to his "white Turke yt's deade." It seems likely that the White Turk referred to in Mr Elstob's pedigree of Worlock's Galloway was this Turk of Mr Pulleine's. There are, however, a couple of variant identifications. In an advertisement for the sale of the late Mr Thomas Wilson's Stud (Whitehall Evening Post, 19-21 Mar 1761; No. 2342.) the stallion is identified as Place's; this seems unlikely since in his letters to the Duke of Newcastle Mr Pulleine refers to both his (own) White Turk and Mr Place's White Turk (C M Prior, Early Records of the Thoroughbred Horse, 1924; p 125-6). One advertisement for Judgment (son of Bland's Young Worlock) refers to the "Old Pulleyn White Arabian." And finally, a couple of pedigrees of horses from this line that were bred in Mr Stanhope's stud, gave the sire of this generation as Old Hautboy.

One of the mares Mr Pulleine was offering for sale in 1706, was a 6 year old, got by his White Turk; her dam was by Brimmer, out of a Bustler Mare, and she was believed to be in foal to his Chesnut Arabian. It is, of course, not known if this mare was the same as the great grandam of Worlock's Galloway, but does provide an example of the bloodstock Mr Pulleine had.

In summary, the correct pedigree of Worlock's Galloway (WARLOCK GALLOWAY in GSB), appears to have been

by Snake [some earlier sources say Spark] - Bald Galloway - Ld Carlisle's Turk - [Pulleine's (?)] White Turk - a long pedigree, now lost
 

 
Old Lady (sister to The Carlisle Gelding)
As discussed above, her pedigree indicates that she was a different mare than the dam of WARLOCK GALLOWAY. She had her first entry as a broodmare in the edition of 1891, where she is shown as

Bred by Lord CARLISLE, got by the Bald Galloway, her dam, The Wharton Mare, by the Carlisle Turk - Byerly Turk.

1728 ch f The Warlock Galloway, by Snake …
       f by Bartlet's Childers …
*      f by Darley Arabian …
      * This mare bred a f by Almanzor.
See Wharton Mare.


Old Lady has appeared as produce of the WHARTON MARE, since the edition of 1808. In eighteenth century pedigrees she was generally called sister to the Carlisle Gelding, the earliest instance of her being named as Old Lady appears to be this entry for Buckhunter --

W Pick, Pedigrees & Performances of the most Celebrated Race-Horses, ca 1786.
BUCKHUNTER, (commonly called the Carlisle Gelding) though in a very high form, yet there were horses of his day that would beat him; but he had rarely an equal, and hardly ever a superior, with relation to those principal points of being capable of running with all degrees of weight, of supporting repeated heats, of travelling and running often, and continuing the whole for so great a number of years, and to the age that he did. BUCKHUNTER was bred by the Right Hon. the Earl of Carlisle, and got by that noted stallion the Bald Galloway, his dam by Lord Carlisle's Turk, out of a daughter of the said Bald Galloway, which was out of a daughter of the Byerley Turk. In 1719, BUCKHUNTER won two King's plates at York; also, the King's plate at Lincoln, and at Newmarket in October. In 1720, Buckhunter won the King's plate at Newmarket in April; after which he won several plates and matches there, and supported the severity of running trials at Newmarket for many years; and when sold from thence, though fourteen years old, he won the following plates and matches, viz 50gs at Huntingdon, £50 at Warwick, £50 at Bath, twice £40 at Peterborough; £40 at Lichfield, £40 at Stratford, £30 at Rothwell, £30 at Rugby, £30 at Boston, £25 at Welsh Pool, Wales, £25 at Newmarket, £20 at Lichfield, £20 at Leicester, £20 at Newcastle-under-Line, £20 at Melton, £20 at Spalding, £15 at Northampton, and when running for a plate at Salterley-Common, near Stilton, Buckhunter broke his leg, which deprived him of his life, and he was buried near to the pails of Stilton church-yard. The excessive spirits of his youth, rendered him almost ungovernable, and caused him to be castrated, which lost a promising English stallion. Buckhunter was own brother to Old Lady, who was also bred by the Earl of Carlisle.

Possibly Pick was the source of the pedigree, now in GSB, with the double Bald Galloway crosses. Cheny published a print of the Carlisle Gelding in 1741, in which he said the Carlisle Gelding

was bred by the late Earl of Carlisle; was got by that Noted Stallion call'd ye Bald Galloway, ye sire of Old Cartouch, Roxana, Dart, Silver-locks, Daffodil, Grey Ovington, Penguyn or Foxhunter, Bauble, Black a Top, and many others. … Carlisle's Dam was got by a Turk of the said late Earl of Carlisle's. His Grand Dam was a Daughter of the Byerley Turk.

And in 1791, An Introduction to a General Stud-book, the Carlisle Gelding was entered with the same pedigree

† Carlisle Gelding, Ld Carlisle, 1713, Bald Galloway - Carlisle Turk - Byerly Turk.
† The Carlisle Gelding was remarkable for having supported the fatigue of running, as a trial horse in private, and with success in public, till the amazing age of 18, at which period, after winning a heat at Sawtry, in Huntingdonshire, (1731) he broke his leg and died.


OLD LADY's current list of produce is also problematic.

(1) Her supposed daughter, BARTLET'S CHILDERS MARE, was first entered as a broodmare in the 1793 edition of GSB, when her pedigree was given as "Her dam, the dam of the Warlock Galloway, by the Bald Galloway - Curwen Bay Barb." This pedigree was repeated in the 1803 edition; in 1808 the pedigree was offered in abbreviated form ending with the dam of the Warlock Galloway, and this version continued through the 4th edition of 1858. In 1891, her pedigree was changed to correspond to her entry as produce of Old Lady

❖ BARTLET'S-CHILDERS MARE,
Her dam, Old Lady, the dam of the Warlock Galloway, by the Bald Galloway - Wharton Mare.

The Bartlet's Childers mare should be removed from the produce of the sister to the Carlisle Gelding. Based on Mr Routh's records as well as on this advertisement for her son Scipio, in the Newcastle Courant (No. 4306. 24 Mar 1759) this mare was produced by Worlock's Galloway (the Spark mare in the following advertisement)

To COVER this Season,
At Mounton, near Whittingham, in Northumberland, at One Guinea a Mare, and a Shilling to the Servant;
SCIPIO, late the Property of John William Bacon Forster, Esq; Scipio was bred by Lord Portmore; got by Mr Panton’s Old Crab, and out of a Mare his Lordship had of Mr Routh; which Mare was got by Bartlet’s Childers; and her Dam by Spark; her Grand-dam by the Old Bald Galloway; her Great Grand-dam, by Lord Carlisle’s Turk; Her Great Great Grand-dam Lord Carlisle bought of old Mr Pulleine, as one of his best bred Mares; she was got by the White Turk.
Hambleton, Feb. 16, 1759. / Thos. Jackson.
*** Good Grass for Mares, and proper Care.
Scipio is in fine Condition, and the first Year of his Covering.


(2) OLD LADY's daughter by the Darley Arabian. It is likely that this daughter, said in GSB to have been got by the Darley Arabian, was actually got by Almanzor (son of the Darley Arabian). Perhaps it was the result of a quick reading of a pedigree like that given in the advertisement below.

STALLIONS / To Cover in 1776.
A Large Strong BAY COLT, 4 yrs old, this grass, upwards of 15 hands high, bred by the Earl Ferrers, and got by Sir C Sedley`s Arabian, sire of Coquette, Greyling, Pudenda, &c &c. His dam was got by Regulus, and is the dam of Sir H Harpur`s colt Drowsy; his grandam by Old Traveller, his gr. grandam by Almanza, son of the Darley Arabian, who was sire also of the D of Devonshire`s Flying Childers; his gr. gr. grandam was own sister to the famous Carlisle gelding, both being got by the Bald Galloway; their dam, who was called the Wharton Mare, and who won three Royal Plates and the Subscription-money at Quenton [sic] Meadows in one year, was got by the Carlisle Turk, out of a daughter of the Byerly Turk. ... [Weatherby's Racing Calendar (newspaper), 5 Jun 1776, No. V.]


The dam of Drowsy whose pedigree is given in the above advertisement has appeared since the edition of 1793 in GSB as produce of

REGULUS MARE,
Bred by Mr KAY, foaled in 1762, her dam by Traveller - Almanzor - Darley's Arabian - Sister to the Carlisle Gelding, by the Bald Galloway - Wharton Mare, by Lord Carlisle's Turk.


In summary, it appears that the sister to the Carlisle Gelding probably had only one produce that bred on, a mare by Almanzor (son of the Darley Arabian).
 

 
The Wharton Mare
Based on the dates of her known produce, she was probably foaled between 1699 and 1709.

This mare has had a broodmare entry in GSB since the edition of 1808, which has remained unchanged through the edition of 1891.

THE WHARTON MARE,
Bred by Lord CARLISLE, got by his Turk - *Bald Galloway - Byerly Turk.

1713 ch c Buckhunter (afterwards the Carlisle Gelding), by the Bald Galloway (son of Victor Barb) … Lord Carlisle
       ch f Old Lady, by ditto … Lord Carlisle
1722 ch f by Lord Carlisle's Barb† … Colonel Howard
1723 b c Squirrel, by ditto … Colonel Howard
      * This is probably incorrect, but it is given in all the pedigrees.
      † In Racing Calendar this is called a foreign horse of Sir C W Strickland.
From this mare, Cub, Sancho, Pantaloon, Y Blacklock, Cardinal Puff, Prime Warden, Yattendon (Australian), Flash-in-the-Pan, Massinnissa, Cymbal, Beau Brummell, Child of the Mist, etc, descend in female line.


Based on eighteenth century sources, her pedigree is incorrect, although in the original 1791 entry of her son, the Carlisle Gelding, his pedigree is correct. Early sources are also silent as to the identity of her breeder, nor is it known who raced her, but she is said to have won "three Royal Plates and the Subscription Money at Quainton Meadows, in one Year" (Pond 1753, pedigree of the Earl of Godolphin's Dart). It does look as if Lord Carlisle owned her when she was a broodmare, since her produce are attributed to him and to his kinsman Col. Howard.
 

 
Byerley Turk Mare (dam of the Wharton Mare)
This mare is presently simply a name in a pedigree. Some records of the Winchendon Stud of two generations of Lords Wharton were discovered and written about by F M Prior ("An Early Buckinghamshire Stud Lord Wharton's establishment at upper Winchendon") in the British Racehorse, August, 1956; p 201. The records do not cover every year, but about 1703 one of the two mares listed was "Mr Pullen maire of chesnut Byerly came out of old Byerly and Mr Pullen's Arabian Hors, did cost me 50 guinis." She did not appear in the subsequent two lists, of 1704 and 1706. Perhaps the dam of this mare (chesnut Byerly, by old Byerly [Turk?]) was also dam of the Wharton Mare.

Pulleine's Chesnut Arabian is also mentioned in these records. He is one of the three stallions listed at Winchendon during 1708.

The Chesnut Arab I had from Mr Poulaine [Pulleine] who gave 300 guinies for him when he came lame oven [often]. King Charles sayd he was the hansomest horse that he did ever see, he has got Hawker, Colonel Morton's running hors that has won so many plates, and many other running horses.

For Mr Pulleine's Chesnut Arabian to have been seen by King Charles II, he must necessarily have been foaled some years before 1685.
 

     
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