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Argentine Taproot Mares

Ar1. Bonnie Dundee Mare

The first English thoroughbreds imported into Argentina, around 1853, were Bonnie Dundee (ch c 1847 Lanercost) and Elcho [ex-Eye the Boys] (ch c 1847 Harkaway).

Bonnie Dundee, who finished 2nd in the Ham Produce Stakes at Goodwood, was sired by the Ascot Gold Cup and Cambridgeshire Stakes winner Lanercost, out of the St Leger winner Blue Bonnet (b f 1839 Touchstone). Imported by Federico Plowes, Bonnie Dundee entered the stud at cabaña Las Blanqueadas located at Buenos Aires.

Bonnie Dundee Mare, the taproot of this family, out of a non-thoroughbred ("criolla") mare, was bred several times to Elcho. Elcho, sired by Harkaway, twice a Goodwood Cup winner, was a half-brother to the useful Irish sire Yard Arm (b c 1843 Sheet Anchor). Imported by Wilfredo Latham, Elcho entered the stud at cabaña Los Alamos located at Quilmes (Buenos Aires).

Non-thoroughbred racing mares were bred to Elcho, with Elcho's daughter Bella Donna contributing to the establishment of this family as well as a half-bred family through her daughter Bright Eye, the dam of the 1884 Clásico Criadores winner, Dichosa, who in turn produced Etoile, the winner of the Gran Premio Selección, Comparación, Producción Nacional, Competencia, Luro and Primavera.

Ar2. Eve
 
Polish Taproot Mares

P1. Hekla

P2. Arabian Mare
 
Uruguayan Taproot Mares

This family was identified by Gustavo Mèndez and Tom Viebke in 2001. You are welcome to use the number if you wish.

Uru 1. Pipe-En-Bois.
 
 

 
 
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