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Godolphin Arabian Offspring
Special thanks to James Hardiman for compiling this list, and for his observation that the Godolphin Arabian was probably a pure bay (which current color theory defines as being homozygous for black). Of over one hundred offspring attributed to the Godolphin Arabian, three are said to be chestnuts. The color of two of these three may be due to errors made in identifying either the sire or the color, while the color of the third was probably incorrectly recorded. Godolphin Arabian [1724-1753] was Champion Sire in 1738, 1745 and 1747.
Chronological list of offspring
1732 Lath (b.c. 1732) by Godolphin Arabian - Roxana (ch.) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter by Akaster Turk - Cream Cheeks [Sister to Leedes] by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. He was sold to Jno. Turner in 1739.
1733 Dismal (gr.c. 1733) by Godolphin Arabian - Alcock Arabian (gr.) - Flash by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Arabian Mare. Born April 27, 1733, he was described as a dun colt with a star and a blaze, and was sold to John South in 1739. ALCOCK ARABIAN MARE was in Edward Coke's broodmare band, and was described in a certificate as "Got by the Grey Arabian that got Crab, out of a daughter of the old Bay Barb [Curwen's], which mare was out of an Arabian mare that Mr. Curwen had out of France, that was dam by Mr. Minchell's [Minshull's] chestnut Post Boy. [Signed] Ch. Pelham." An unbeaten winner of a 1000 guineas sweepstakes and five King's Plates, he stood at Doncaster, in Yorkshire, in 1759.
(Son of) Godolphin Arabian (ch.c. 1733) by Godolphin Arabian - Pelham Mare (ch.) by Aleppo - Sister 1 to Mixbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9. One of three chestnuts sired by Godolphin Arabian, he was described as a chestnut colt with no white markings. It's possible that his color was incorrectly recorded. PELHAM MARE is confused in GSB with Danger Mare. They may have been the same mare. She was owned by the Duke of Devonshire, then Edward Coke, and later sold in 1741 to Mr. Hawkins. 
1734 Cade (b.c. 1734) by Godolphin Arabian - Roxana (ch.) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter by Akaster Turk - Cream Cheeks [Sister to Leedes] by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Cade sired Matchem (b.c. 1748). ROXANA was bred by Sir W. Strickland, and later acquired by Edward Coke for a brood mare. Her last races were in 1727, when she won 3. She died in 1734 after foaling Cade.
1735 Mogul (b.c. 1735) by Godolphin Arabian - Sachrissa [Large Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Hartley's Blind Horse - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born on April 10, 1735, he was a bay colt with a white near hind heel. A brother to Babraham, he was sold to the Duke of Bolton in 1739.
1736 (Froling's Son of) Godolphin Arabian (b.c. 1736) by Godolphin Arabian - Pelham Mare (ch.) by Aleppo - Sister 1 to Mixbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9. Born on March 25, 1736, he was a bay colt with a white off hind foot. He was given to Mr. Froling in 1741.
(Brother 1 to) Mogul (b.c. 1736) by Godolphin Arabian - Sachrissa [Large Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Hartley's Blind Horse - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born on April 15, 1736, he was a bay colt with no markings. He died in 1740.
(Brother to) Whitenose (b.c. 1736) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Blaze (ch.) by Flying Childers - Confederate Filly by Grey Grantham - Rutland's Black Barb - Bright's Roan Mare by Leedes Arabian. Family 61.
1737 (Brother 2 to) Mogul (b.c. 1737) by Godolphin Arabian - Sachrissa [Large Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Hartley's Blind Horse - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born on March 20, 1737, he was a bay colt with a star. He was given to William Hearsy in 1741, who also had Brother 1 to Mirza.
1738 Babraham (br.c. 1738) by Godolphin Arabian - Sachrissa [Large Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Hartley's Blind Horse - Flying Whigg by Williams's Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born March 20, 1738 he was described as a bay colt with a snip and two white hind feet. SACHRISSA was bred by Mr. Hartley and acquired by Lord Godolphin in 1733. She was sold to Mr. Potts in 1739. FLYING WHIGG was bred by Lord Godolphin. POINTS was bred by Captain Rider and later acquired by Lord Godolphin. She was sister to the Bald Galloway. He stood at Milford, near Tadcaster, in Yorkshire, in 1759.
(Sister 1 to) Buffcoat (d.f. 1738) by Godolphin Arabian - Silverlocks (palomino) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter by Akaster Turk - Cream Cheeks [Sister to Leedes] by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born April 16, 1738, she was a dun filly who was sold to Mr. Huske in 1743. She became the dam of Brilliant (buckskin c. 1750 by Crab).
Dormouse (br.c. 1738) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Miss Partner (b.) by Crofts' Partner - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. He was sold to Lord Chedworth in April of 1752 and to Sir James Lowther in 1756. SISTER 1 TO MISS PARTNER was bred by Mr. John Crofts.
Janus (b.c. 1738) by Godolphin Arabian - Amorett [Little Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Bartlet's Childers - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born April 12, 1738, he was a bay colt with a star and snip on his off nostril and with a near hind white foot and an off hind white heel. He was given to Lord Midleton in 1748.
1739 (Sister to) Blank (b.f. 1739). Born on April 23, 1739, she was described as a bay filly with a few white hairs on her forehead. She was sent along with Amorett to Sir John Dutton in 1741. She became the dam of Babraham Blank (b.c. 1758 by Babraham); Merlin (b.c. 1748 by Second); and Bessy Bell (gr.f. 1754 by Hutton's Spot).
(Sister 2 to) Buffcoat (dun f. 1739) by Godolphin Arabian - Silverlocks (palomino) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter by Akaster Turk - Cream Cheeks [Sister to Leedes] by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born April 4, 1739, she was described as a dun filly with a star and a white off hind foot. Bred to a brother to Dormouse she was sold to Mr. Popham in December of 1748. She later became the 2nd dam of Aurora (f. 1757 by Northumberland Golden Arabian).
(Dutton's Son of) Godolphin Arabian (br.c. 1739) by Godolphin Arabian - Young Kitty Burdett (b.) by Wharton's Snail - Kitty Burdett by Darley Arabian - Young Child Mare by Harpur's Barb - Old Child Mare by Gresley's Bay Arabian - Vixen by Helmsley Turk - Dodsworth's Dam. Family 32. Bred by Sir John Dutton at Sherborne, he was sent to Lord Godolphin's stud in 1741 and died in 1744. YOUNG KITTY BURDETT was owned my Mr. Burdett. KITTY BURDETT, also owned by Mr. Burdett died in 1731. YOUNG CHILD MARE belonged to Mr. Burdett as well. OLD CHILD MARE was bred by Mr. Child or Mr. Burdett. VIXEN belonged to Mr. Child. ROYAL MARE was said to be a natural barb mare imported in foal with Dodsworth in the reign of Charles 2nd.
Regulus (b.c. 1739) by Godolphin Arabian - Grey Robinson (gr.) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Old Country Wench by Lister's Snake - Grey Wilkes by Hautboy - Miss Darcy's Pet Mare - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 11. Owned by Lord Chedworth, his dam GREY ROBINSON was bred by Mr. Robinson. SISTER TO OLD COUNTRY WENCH was bred by Mr. Robinson of Easby. GREY WILKES, sometimes called Old Wilkes, was bred by Mr. Wilkes, and was a sister to Clumsey. THE PET MARE, owned by Miss Betty Darcy, is said to be a daughter of Grey Royal or of a Sedbury mare. It is possible that she herself was Grey Royal. He stood at Smeaton, in Yorkshire, in 1759.
(Young) Whiteneck (gr.f. 1739) by Godolphin Arabian - Grey Whiteneck (gr.) by Conyers Arabian - Frampton's Whiteneck by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9.
1740 Bajazet (b.c. 1740) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin's Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Bred by Sir John Dutton, he was half-brother to Sherborne.
Blank (b.c. 1740) by Godolphin Arabian - Amorett [Little Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Bartlet's Childers - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born April 17, 1740, with no white markings, he was sold to Mr. Greville in 1746. AMORETT was acquired by Lord Godolphin in 1733, along with Sachrissa. [See Babraham]. She was traded, along with her colt Slugg (later called Old England) to Sir John Dutton in 1741, in exchange for Lady Cow and her colt Marksman.
Gower Stallion (b.c. 1740) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Tortoise (b.) by Godolphin Whitefoot - Amorett [Little Hartley Mare] by Bartlet's Childers - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born May 8, 1740, and described as a bay colt with the near hind heel white with a little white on the front above the coronet band. SISTER TO TORTOISE was also bred by Lord Godolphin. Born on April 10, 1736, she was a bay filly with a few white hairs on her forehead and a little white around the coronet on her near hind foot. Foal and dam were first sold to Mr. Wilson in 1740, and later to Lord Gower. He stood at Epsom, in Surrey, in 1759.
1741 (Sister 3 to) Buffcoat (d.f. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Silverlocks (palomino) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter by Akaster Turk - Cream Cheeks [Sister to Leedes] by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born April 10, 1741, she was a dun filly with a white nose, a little white on the off side of her forehead and two white hind legs. She was sold to James Larkin in 1744.
Fly (b.f. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Sherborne (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on April 7, 1741, she was a bay filly with a white near hind foot. Exchanged for Mr. Panton's Godolphin Blossom in 1750 and later sold to Lord Antrim. She won a race at Broughshane, County Antrim, in July, 1751.
(Reade's Son of) Godolphin Arabian (b.c. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Young Kitty Burdett (b.) by Wharton's Snail - Kitty Burdett by Darley Arabian - Young Child Mare by Harpur's Barb - Old Child Mare by Gresley's Bay Arabian - Vixen by Helmsley Turk - Dodsworth's Dam. Family 32. Owned by Sir T. Reade.
Marksman (b.c. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Lady Cow (ch.) by Hampton Court Chestnut Arabian - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. A bay colt with an off hind white foot, he was foaled at Sir John Dutton's. LADY COW and Marksman were acquired in exhange for Amorett and her foal Slugg in 1741.
Old England (b.c. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Amorett [Little Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Bartlet's Childers - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Born on April 17, 1741, he was a bay colt with no white markings. First called Slugg, he was sent to Sir John Dutton in 1741, along with Amorett, in exchange for Lady Cow and her foal Marksman.
Skewball (b.g. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Squball was foaled at Sir John Dutton's and moved to Lord Godolphin's stud in 1743. In 1747 he won at Huntingdon, and John Heatherett sold him to Mr. Blake at St. Edmonds Bury. He was later sent to Ireland, where he won many plates and prizes racing for Arthur Marvin. BANDY was bred by Sir John Dutton and was sister to Bajazet's dam.
Sultan (b.c. 1741) by Godolphin Arabian - Whirligig, dam of Spotless. Bred by Lord Middleton, he was owned by Mr. Greville and stood at Snape-Hall, in Yorkshire, in 1759.
1742 Buffcoat (d.c. 1742) by Godolphin Arabian - Silverlocks (palomino) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter by Akaster Turk - Cream Cheeks [Sister to Leedes] by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born on April 10, 1742, he was described as a dun colt with a white rach on his forehead and two white hind feet. He died of colic in August of 1754. SILVERLOCKS, bred by Mr. Ayscough and owned by Edward Coke, was a sister to Roxana. SISTER TO CHAUNTER was bred by Sir W. Strickland. CREAM CHEEKS was bred by Mr. Leedes. SPANKER MARE was also a half-sister to Spanker.
(Sister to) Fly (b.f. 1742) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Sherborne (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born April 7, 1742, she was a bay filly with no white markings. She died in 1743 at Newmarket.
Foreigner (b.c. 1742) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Miss Partner (b.) by Crofts' Partner - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. Born April 18, 1742, he was a bay colt with a star. Sold to Mr. Greville in 1746, he broke his leg in a race in 1747.
(Portmore's) Whitenose (b.c. 1742) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Blaze (ch.) by Flying Childers - Confederate Filly by Grey Grantham - Rutland's Black Barb - Bright's Roan Mare by Leedes Arabian. Family 61. Bred by Mr. Panton, he was later owned by Lord Portmore. SISTER TO BLAZE was bred by Mr. Panton father. BRIGHT'S ROAN MARE was bred by Mr. Leedes and said to be by Leedes Arabian.
1743 (Sister 1 to) Dormouse (b.f. 1743) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Miss Partner (b.) by Crofts' Partner - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. Born April 18, 1743, she was a bay filly with no white markings. She died in May of 1746.
(Sister to) Regulus (b.f. 1743) by Godolphin Arabian - Grey Robinson (gr.) by Bald Galloway - Sister to Old Country Wench by Lister's Snake - Grey Wilkes by Hautboy - Miss Darcy's Pet Mare - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 11.
Shepherdess (b.f. 1743) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Sherborne (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on April 20, 1743, she was a bay filly with a small star. She was sold to Mr. Martindale in 1747.
1744 Noble (b.c. 1744) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Sherborne (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Noble's dam was sold to Mr. Panton in 1743, in foal with Noble.
1745

(Sister 1 to) Amelia (b.f. 1745). Born April 10, 1745, she was described as a bay filly with a star, a near hind white foot, and a little white on the off fore. Acquired by Mr. Panton on April 17, 1748, she became the dam of Starling (ch.c. 1752 by Bolton Starling) who was sent to America; the 2nd dam of Sloven (b.c. 1761 by Cub); and the 4th dam of Hutchinson's Weazle (b.c. 1776).
(Sister 2 to) Dormouse (b.f. 1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Miss Partner (b.) by Crofts' Partner - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. Born June 6, 1745, she was a bay filly with a star and a near hind white foot. Princess Amelia's groom, Mr. Goding, had this filly until she died in 1746.
(Wyvill's) Godolphin Arabian Mare (f. c1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. Dam of King Hiram (b.c. 1772 by Eclipse).
(Sister 1 to) Marksman (b.f. 1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Lady Cow (ch.) by Hampton Court Chestnut Arabian - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on May 29, 1745, she was a bay filly with a white near fore foot and a white off hind foot. She was exchanged for Miss Dutton in May of 1748.
Marlborough (bl.c. 1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Sachrissa [Large Hartley Mare] (ch.) by Hartley's Blind Horse - Flying Whigg by Williams' Woodstock Arabian - Points by St. Victor Barb - Grey Whynot by Whynot - Royal Mare. Family 15. Owned by the Duke of Marlborough and sent to Ireland.
(Brother 1 to) Mirza (b.c. 1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born May 19, 1745, he was a bay colt with a star and two white hind feet. He was given to William Hearsy in April 1750.
Selima (b.f. 1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Sent to America, she became a legendary matriarch.
(Ancaster) Tarquin (b.c. 1745) by Godolphin Arabian - Scarborough Colt - Hip - Tifter - Lister's Snake - Pooley's Diamond - Hautboy - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. Born on April 12, 1745, he was a plain bay. He was sold to Mr. Greevill in November of 1748 and called Swiftsure. SCARBOROUGH COLT MARE was owned by Sir Marmaduke Wyvill and referred to as Bashaw's sister, although it was her dam HIP MARE who was half-sister to Bashaw (Bashaw was also called Old Standard).

1746

(Sister to) Bajazet (b.f. 1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin's Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Dam of Tim (b.c. 1752 by Squirt), the 4th dam of Dunce (b.c. 1780 by Pontac), and the 5th dam of Anna Bullen (ch.f. 1806 by John Bull).
(Leedes) Chub (b.c. 1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born April 26, 1746, he was described as a bay colt with a few white hairs on his forehead and two hind white heels. Also called Tamerlane, he was sold to Sam Percival in 1751. He stood at Milford, near Tadcaster, in Yorkshire, in 1759.
[(Young or Brother to) Dormouse] (c. c1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Miss Partner (b.) by Crofts' Partner - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. This colt may be the stallion known as Young (or Brother to) Dormouse. He would have been foaled after 1745, when Sister 1 to Miss Partner left the Godolphin Stud.
Infant (b.c. 1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on May 4, 1746, he was a bay colt with no white markings. He was sold to Brown and Smith in October of 1751 and sent to Yorkshire. BROWN BETTY, one of the four sisters to Sherborne, was sold with her foal to Mr. E. Popham in October of 1753. He stood at Grimsthorpe, Lincolnshire, in 1759.
(Sister 2 to) Marksman (b.f. 1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Lady Cow (ch.) by Hampton Court Chestnut Arabian - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on June 10, 1746, she was sold to Mr. Popham in June of 1749.
(Sister to) Skewball (b.f. 1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. The General Stud Book says she died young, however, it is possible that she was sent to America, where she was known as the Randolph of Chatsworth Mare.
(Brother 1 to) Tarquin (b.c. 1746) by Godolphin Arabian - Scarborough Colt - Hip - Tifter - Lister's Snake - Pooley's Diamond - Hautboy - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. Born on April 10, 1746, he was a bay colt.

1747 (Sister 2 to) Amelia (b.f. 1747) by Godolphin Arabian - Keeton [or Kiveton] by Flying Childers - Young True Blue - Cyprus Arabian - Bonny Black by Black Hearty - Rutland's Persian. Family 39. Sold to Mr. Leedes in April of 1748.
(Sister 1 to) Mirza (br.f. 1747) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Sold to Sam Percival in May, 1751.
(Brother 2 to) Tarquin (b.c. 1747) by Godolphin Arabian - Scarborough Colt - Hip - Tifter - Lister's Snake - Pooley's Diamond - Hautboy - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. He was sold to Mr. Popham in February of 1749. He was sold to Mr. Popham in February of 1749.
1748 Amelia (b.f. 1748) by Godolphin Arabian - Keeton [or Kiveton] by Flying Childers - Young True Blue - Cyprus Arabian - Bonny Black by Black Hearty - Rutland's Persian. Family 39. AMELIA, described as a bay filly with a star, was first called Duchess. Bred by Mr. Crofts, she was foaled May 6, 1748. She won 2 races in 1752, including 100 gs winning against 5 year old mares; and 3 races in 1753. Amelia was owned by Captain Vernon in 1753 and by Mr. Burlton in 1754. Amelia became the dam of Lord Waldegrave's Disappointment (b.c. 1759 by Blank) and the Duke of Ancaster's Trophy (ch.c. 1760 by Spectator). KEETON, was bred by Mr. Bright and later acquired by Mr. Panton, along with Amelia, in exchange for a Fox mare [Daphne's dam] and foal. YOUNG TRUE BLUE MARE [c1733] was owned by Lord Manners. CYPRUS ARABIAN MARE was bred by the Duke of Rutland, who also owned her dam, Bonny Black.
Blossom (gr.c. 1748) by Godolphin Arabian - Ancaster Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 2 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born May 10, 1748, he was called a nutmeg grey colt with a star, and sold to Lord March in April of 1753. ANCASTER BLOSSOM, bred by Mr. Panton, was acquired by Lord Godolphin in 1747 and later sold to the Duke of Ancaster in April of 1756, along with her foal. SISTER 2 TO STEADY was bred by the Duke of Devonshire. Sister 1 and Sister 2 to Steady may the same mare. MISS BELVOIR was bred by the Duke of Rutland and won the King's Plate at Newmarket. PAGETT ARABIAN MARE was probably bred by Lord Oxford at Welbeck. BETTY PERCIVAL was owned by Mr. Pelham. SPANKER MARE was bred by Lord Darcy. OLD MOROCCO MARE was bred by Lord Fairfax.
Joseph (ch.c. 1748) by Godolphin Arabian. His dam has not been identified. He is one of only three chestnuts sired by Godolphin Arabian. Likely his color is a mistake, or he was not sired by the Godolphin Arabian.
Redivivus (b.g. 1748) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on March 17, 1748, he was a bay colt with a little white on his off fore heel. First called the GODOLPHIN GELDING [Pond 1756, 210], he was also called the KENTISH GELDING. He was gelded in 1750, and went on to win a race for 260 gs. at Newmarket in October of 1753. He was sold to Mr. Vernon in March of 1754.
Sophia (b.f. 1748) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on March 25, 1748, she was bay filly with no white markings. She was sold to Mr. Harvey of Chigwell in May of 1751. She later became the dam of Scaramouch (bl.c. 1768 by Snap) and the 5th dam of Miss Grimstone (b.f. 1796 by Hutchinson's Weazle).
1749

(Brother to) Alchymist (b.c. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Saxham (gr.) by Crab - Shireborn by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. He died in 1752.
Coalition Colt (b.c. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 2 to Antelope by Young Belgrade - Scarborough Colt - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. He was bred by Sir J. Dutton, and later owned by Sir Marmaduke Wyvill and Mr. Henry Spedding. SISTER 2 TO ANTELOPE may be the same mare as Sister 1 to Antelope, and was bred by Sir. M. Wyvill. SCARBOROUGH COLT MARE was bred by Sir M. Wyvill and was half-sister to Volunteer and Wyvill's Godolphin Arabian Mare. WYVILL'S CHILDERS MARE was bred by Sir M. Wyvill.
Entrance (b.c. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born April 12, 1749, he was a bay with a near hind white foot. Given to Mr. Panton in exchange for Child, he later won races and stood in Ireland.
(Chedworth's Son of) Godolphin Arabian (b.c. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Miss Dutton by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on April 19, 1749, he was a bay colt with a few white hairs on his forehead. He was sold to Lord Chedworth in May of 1754. MISS DUTTON is one of four sisters to Sherborne, and was sold to Mr. Bowsick in December of 1754.
(Sister 1 to) Godolphin Hunter (b.f. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 2 to Volunteer 1737 by Young Belgrade - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. Born April 8, 1749, she was a bay filly with a white near hind foot.
Jilt (gr.f. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Ancaster Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 2 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born on April 21, 1749, she was a grey filly with a large blaze. She was sent to Mr. Panton as a weanling.
Mirza (b.c. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on March 22, 1749, he was a bay colt with a few white hairs on his forehead and an off hind white foot. He was exchanged with Mr. Panton for a Crab weanling which died in 1750.
(Brother 3 to) Tarquin (b.c. 1749) by Godolphin Arabian - Scarborough Colt - Hip - Tifter - Lister's Snake - Pooley's Diamond - Hautboy - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. Born on May 1, 1749, he was bay with two white fore feet and a white near hind foot.

1750

Alchymist (b.c. 1750) by Godolphin Arabian - Saxham (gr.) by Crab - Shireborn by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Described as a brown bay colt  with a star and a white off hind foot, he was sold to Mr. Edward Popham in November of 1752, along with Brother 2 to Mirza. SAXHAM was sold with her foal-at-foot to Mr. Grizewood in May of 1756. SHIREBORN was sold to Mr. Jefferson in August of 1754. She was one of four sisters to Sherborne, only two of which appear in the General Stud Book. WHITEFOOT MARE was bred by Sir John Dutton. LEEDES MARE was half-sister to Crofts' Bay Barb and died in 1736.
Cripple (gr.c. 1750) by Godolphin Arabian - Godolphin Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 3 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. The General Stud Book attributes Cripple to Godolphin Blossom, but he does not appear in the Godolphin Stud Book. Prior notes that he could have been produced by Godolphin Blossom in c1749 before the mare entered the Godolphin stud.
(Adams' Son of) Godolphin Arabian (b.c. 1750) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on March 26, 1750, he was a bay colt with a star and a snip on the near nostril, the near fore and both hind feet with white over the fetlock and the off fore white to below the fetlock. He was sold to Ch. Adams in July, 1754.
(Sister 2 to) Godolphin Hunter (b.f. 1750) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 2 to Volunteer 1737 by Young Belgrade - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. Born April 17, 1750, she was a bay filly with no white markings. She was sold to Lord Eglinton in January of 1753.

(Brother 2 to) Mirza (b.c. 1750) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on March 12, 1750, he was a bay colt with a white off hind heel. He was sold to Mr. Edward Popham in November 1752 along with Alchymist.
(Sister 1 to) Tarquin (b.f. 1750) by Godolphin Arabian - Scarborough Colt - Hip - Tifter - Lister's Snake - Pooley's Diamond - Hautboy - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. Born on April 11, 1750, she was bay with a star and snip, a white near fore foot and two white hind feet.

1751 Bragg (gr.c. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Ancaster Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 2 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born on May 2, 1751, he was described as a nutmeg grey colt with a star and a white rach; he was sold to the Duke of Grafton in October of 1757 and bought back in 1758.
Cygnet (gr.c. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Godolphin Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 3 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Cygnet was sent north in February of 1757 for stallion duties. He stood at Constable Burton, in Yorkshire, in 1759.
Dainty (br.f. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Saxham (gr.) by Crab - Shireborn by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born April 17, 1751, she was described as a brown bay filly with a star a white near fore heel and a white near hind foot. She was sold to Lord March in April of 1754.
Daphne (b.f. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Child by Snip - Crofts' Spinster by Crofts' Partner - Bay Bloody Buttocks by Bloody Buttocks - Greyhound - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. Born on April 21, 1751, she was a bay filly with a star and a white off fore foot. She entered Lord Godolphin's stud in 1754 and became the 2nd dam of Potosi (f. 1774 by Eclipse). CHILD was purchased by Lord Godolphin in 1749 and sold to Lord Eglinton for the Duke of Richmond in April of 1756. CROFT'S SPINSTER, also called the Widdrington Mare, was bred by Mr. Crofts and owned by Mr. Widdrington. BAY BLOODY BUTTOCKS was also bred by Mr. Crofts. GREYHOUND MARE was also bred by Mr. Crofts and was a sister to Young Greyhound. BROWN FAREWELL was bred Mr. Crofts and she died at Barforth in 1736.
Emma (b.f. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on March 27, 1751, she was a bay filly with two white hind feet. She was sold to Mr. Lincoln in December, 1754.
Fearnought (br.c. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Sherborne (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Fearnought does not appear in Lord Godolphin's Stud Book, as SISTER TO SHERBORNE was sold to Mr. Panton in 1743. He stoodat Swaffham, in Norfolk, in 1759.
Feather (b.c. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Steady (gr.) by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. She was owned by Mr. Panton. SISTER 1 TO STEADY was bred by the Duke of Devonshire.
(Sister 2 to) Mirza (b.f. 1751) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Betty (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born on April 2, 1751, she was a bay filly with no white markings. She was sold to Sir Charles Sedley in October 1752, and later became the dam of Hip (b.f. 1775 by Herod).
1752 Bunten (gr.c. 1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Saxham (gr.) by Crab - Shireborn by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. H was sold to Mr. Bladen in June of 1756.
Creeper (gr.c. 1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Godolphin Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 3 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. His year of birth conflicts with Hazard (gr.c. 1752 by Godolphin Brown Barb - Godolphin Blossom). GODOLPHIN BLOSSOM was acquired by Lord Godolphin in in 1749 and sold to the Duke of Ancaster in April of 1756. She was also called the Blind Mare.
Dimple (b.c. c1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Sherborne (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Dimple does not appear in Lord Godolphin's Stud Book, as SISTER TO SHERBORNE was sold to Mr. Panton in 1743. Prior notes that only two of the four sisters to Sherborne appear in the GSB, and that several of their foals are indiscriminately apportioned between the two. GSB lists Dimple as a brother to Shepherdess (b.f. 1743). Dimple stood at Bourton on the Hill, in Gloucestershire, in 1759.
(Sister to) Emma (b.f. 1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Shireborn (b.) by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Born March 11, 1752, she was a bay filly with a white near hind heel and having a white ring around the same foot just above the coronet band. She was sold to Mr. Lincoln, along with Emma, in December of 1754.
(Sister to) Matchless (b.f. 1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Soreheels - Milbanke's Black Mare by Makeless - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. Owned by Lord Waldegrave.
Omar (b.c. 1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister to Hector by Lath - Brown Basto by Flying Childers - Sister to Soreheels by Basto - Sister 1 to Mixbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9. BROWN BASTO was bred by the Duke of Devonshire and died at Chatsworth in 1763.
Weasel (b.c. 1752) by Godolphin Arabian - Fox (b.) - Old Polly by Flying Childers - Makeless - Sister to Honeycomb Punch by Taffolet Barb - Honeycomb Punch's Dam. Family 33. Born on April 4, 1752, he was a bay colt with a small star. A brother to Daphne, he was sold to Lord Rockingham in March of 1757. At Newmarket, he won the Great Sweepstakes for 1200 gs., and defeated HRH the Duke of Cumberland's Spider for 1000 gs. in 1758.
1753 (Brother to) Bragg (b.c. 1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Ancaster Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 2 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Born May 18, 1753, he was bay colt with no white markings. He was sold to Lord Eglinton in April of 1757.
(Sister to) Cripple (f. c1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Godolphin Blossom (gr.) by Crab - Sister 3 to Steady by Flying Childers - Miss Belvoir by Grey Grantham - Pagett Arabian - Betty Percival by Leedes Arabian - Spanker - Old Morocco Mare by Fairfax Morocco Barb - Old Bald Peg. Family 6. Owned by Lord Eglinton. She became the 2nd dam of *Marplot, and the 2nd dam of *Jack the Batchelor (b.c. 1768).
Daphne (b.f. 1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Fox (b.) - Old Polly by Flying Childers - Makeless - Sister to Honeycomb Punch by Taffolet Barb - Honeycomb Punch's Dam. Family 33. Born on May 23, 1753, she was described as a light bay filly with a star. She was sold to Lord Townshend in December of 1754, and later became the dam of Helen (b.f. 1763 by Spectator). FOX MARE was bred by the Duke of Devonshire and acquired by Lord Godolphin from Mr. Panton in 1748, in exchange for Keeton and her foal, then sold to Mr. Popham in October of 1756. OLD POLLY was bred by the Duke of Devonshire.
Godolphin Hunter (b.c. 1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 2 to Volunteer 1737 by Young Belgrade - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. Born May 7, 1753, he was a bay colt with a white near hind foot. He was sold to the Marquis of Rockingham in April of 1755.
Hogmagog (gr.f. 1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Saxham (gr.) by Crab - Shireborn by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Also called Grey Godolphin. She was sold to Sir James Lowther in May of 1756. SAXHAM was sold with her foal to Mr. Grizewood in May of 1756.
(Vane's) Lofty (b.c. 1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Crofts' Spinster (ch.) by Crofts' Partner - Bay Bloody Buttocks by Bloody Buttocks - Greyhound - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. First called Deputy and owned by Mr. Panton. He stood at Bilby, in Nottinghamshire, in 1759.
Miss Cranbourne (br.f. 1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Miss Western (ch.) by Sedbury - Mother Western by Easby Snake - Darcy's Old Montagu - Hautboy - Brimmer - Royal Mare. Family 12. Bred by the Duke of Cumberland, she became the 2nd dam of Pandolpho (ch.c. 1789 by Pretender). MISS WESTERN was bred by Sir Robert Eden and was a half-sister to Spiletta, dam of Eclipse (ch.c. 1764 by Marske). MOTHER WESTERN was owned by Mr. Smith, who also owned Easby Snake, also called Smith's Son of Snake. MONTAGU MARE was bred by Lord Darcy.
(Sister to) Miss Windsor (f. c1753) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Volunteer by Young Belgrade - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. Bred by the Duke of Cumberland, she became the dam of Metaphysician (b.c. 1763 by Snap) and Sceptic (b.c. 1767 by Blank).
1754 Anna (b.f. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian or Slamerkin - Cloudy (ch.) by Crofts' Forester. Family 12. Properly by Godolphin Arabian or Mr. Panton's Slamerkin (gr.c. 1752). Foaled April 6, 1754, she was described as a bay with a few white hairs on her forehead and a little white on the inside of her near hind foot, with a white off hind foot. Cloudy was covered by the Godolphin Arabian on April 9 and 17, then by Mr. Panton's two year old colt Slamerkin on May 8. Thus Anna was probably sired by Slamerkin. CLOUDY, with Anna at her side was sold to Lord Townshend in July of 1754.
(Sister to) Daphne (f. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Fox (b.) - Old Polly by Flying Childers - Makeless - Sister to Honeycomb Punch by Taffolet Barb - Honeycomb Punch's Dam. Family 33. Born May 17, 1754, she was a bay filly with no white markings. Sent to the Duke of Devonshire in March of 1759, she later became the dam of Partner (b.c. 1761 by Moore's Partner) who was sent to America.
[Favourite] (gr.c. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Saxham (gr.) by Crab - Shireborn by Hobgoblin - Sister to Bandy by Godolphin Whitefoot - Leedes - Moonah Barb Mare. Family 21. Described as a grey colt with a few white hairs on his forehead, he was sold to the Duke of Ancaster in April of 1757, and may also have been owned by Mr. Vernon. Prior notes that this colt may have been named Favourite, and advertised for a stallion in Heber 1761.
Frolick (gr.c. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Bladen's Crab Mare (gr.) by Crab - Panton's Hobgoblin Mare by Hobgoblin - Young Whiteneck by Godolphin Arabian - Old Whiteneck by Conyers Arabian - Frampton's Whiteneck by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9. He was bred and raced by Thomas Bladen, and was probably the stallion advertised in the Racing Calendars as Bladen's Grey Horse. After his turf career he stood at Low Layton, in Essex. CRAB MARE was also owned by Thomas Bladen and was dam of *Aristotle (br.c. 1755). HOBGOBLIN MARE was acquired from Lord Godolphin by Mr. Panton in 1749. YOUNG WHITENECK was bred by Lord Godolphin and sold to Lord Eglinton, carrying a foal by Crab, in April of 1752. OLD WHITENECK was bred by the Duke of Devonshire. FRAMPTON'S WHITENECK, a sister to the Mixbury Galloway, was bred by Mr. Curwen and/or Mr. Pelham and raced at Newmarket from 1709 to 1711.
(Devonshire's) Godolphin Arabian Mare (b.f. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Brown Basto (br.) by Flying Childers - Sister to Soreheels by Basto - Sister 1 to Mixbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9. She was bred by the Duke of Devonshire. BROWN BASTO was also bred by the Duke of Devonshire and died at Chatsworth in 1763. SISTER TO SOREHEELS was owned by Sir W. Ramsden. SISTER 1 TO MIXBURY was owned by Mr. Curwen and/or Mr. Pelham.
(Waldgrove's) Godolphin Arabian Mare (gr.f. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Welch Soreheels Mare (gr.) by Soreheels - Sister to Onslow's/Panton's Whitefoot by Greyhound - Makeless - Counsellor - Brimmer. Born on May 17, 1754, she was a grey filly with a snip and a near fore white foot. She went to Mr. Panton who sold her to Lord Waldgrove in December of 1754. WELCH SOREHEELS MARE entered Lord Godolphin's stud in May of 1753 and died in February of 1755.
(The) Godolphin Colt (c. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 2 to Volunteer 1737 by Young Belgrade - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. Owned by the Marquis of Rockingham he was a stallion at Wentworth, and died in 1781. He sired Lord Rockingham's Pigeon (br.f. 1763), Florella (b.f. 1760), Flos (b.f. 1762) and Plover (b.f. 1763); and Mr. Vernon's Marquis (b.c. 1761) and Marchioness (b.f. 1766), etc. SISTER 2 TO VOLUNTEER was probably bred by Sir M. Wyvill.
Matchless (b.c. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Soreheels - Milbanke's Black Mare by Makeless - Darcy's Royal Mare by Blunderbuss - Grey Royal by Darcy's White Turk - Darcy's Yellow Turk - Sedbury Royal Mare. Family 13. Bred by Mr. Panton and sent to South Carolina in 1773. SOREHEELS MARE was bred by Captain Hartley and was a half-sister to Hartley's Blind Horse. MILBANKE'S BLACK MARE was owned by Sir Ralph Milbanke.
Miss Windsor (f. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Sister 1 to Volunteer by Young Belgrade - Wyvill's Childers Mare by Bartlet's Childers - Devonshire Turk - Sister to Westbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - Old Woodcock Mare. Family 18. She was bred by the Duke of Cumberland and raced under the name of Silvia.
Posthumus (b.c. 1754) by Godolphin Arabian - Crofts' Spinster (ch.) by Crofts' Partner - Bay Bloody Buttocks by Bloody Buttocks - Greyhound - Brown Farewell by Makeless - Brimmer - Place's White Turk - Dodsworth - Layton Barb Mare. Family 4. Owned by Mr. Panton.
17?? Alfred (c.) by Godolphin Arabian. His dam has not been identified. The property of Sir Ralph Gore, he stood in Ireland.
Bay Robin (b.c.) by Godolphin Arabian - Hobgoblin. A full brother in blood to Fearnought [Pond 1756, 212-3], he could be from a number of the Hobgoblin mares.
Godolphin (c.) by Godolphin Arabian. He stood in Ireland.
Godolphin Arabian Mare (ch.f.) by Godolphin Arabian. She won a race in 1751. One of three chestnuts attributed to the Godolphin Arabian, nothing else is known about her.
Godolphin Arabian Mare (f.) by Godolphin Arabian. She became the dam of Mr. Strode's Pudenda (f. 1772 by Sedley Arabian).
Godolphin Arabian Mare (f.) by Godolphin Arabian - Stanyan Arabian - Sister 2 to Mixbury by Curwen Bay Barb - Curwen's Spot - White-Legged Lowther Barb - Vintner Mare. Family 9. She was a half-sister to Whittington (ch.c. 1743), and later became the 2nd dam of Miss Spindleshanks (b.f. 1770 by Omar). STANYAN ARABIAN MARE was owned by the Duke of Bolton. SISTER 2 TO MIXBURY was owned by Mr. Curwen and/or Mr. Pelham. CURWEN SPOT MARE was bred by Mr. Curwen. WHITE-LEGGED LOWTHER BARB MARE was owned by Mr. Curwen. VINTNER MARE, according to GSB: "All that is known of this mare is from a memorandum of Mr. Crofts to the effect that he himself had seen her, that she was the property of Mr. Curwen, of Workington, and she was the best bred as well as the best runner of her day in the North. She was a brood mare before running. As Mr. Crofts does not say so, she was probably not a natural Barb or Arabian, but very likely from The Lowther Stud, the Lowther family having for generations imported Eastern blood, and bred many good horses."
Howe's Godolphin Arabian Mare (f.) by Godolphin Arabian - Lord Chedworth's Mixbury Mare by Brother to Mixbury - Smockface - Wharton's Snail - Burford Bull - Mr. Wilkinson's mare. She became the dam of Pharoah (b.c. 1753 by Chedworth's Moses) who was sent to South Carolina in 1762. This pedigree is altered in Edition 5 of Volume 1 of the General Stud Book to read Wharton's Snail - Mr. Wilkinson's mare (sister To Burford Bull) by Brimmer - Layton Barb. However, there is no known Sister to Burford Bull. BROTHER TO MIXBURY is also called Chedworth's Monkey. Pick, Vol. 1, page 204, states: "Pharoah was got by Moses, his dam bred by Hon Mr Howe, by Lord Godolphin's Arabian, grandam by a brother to Mr Curwen's Mixbury, great grandam by Smockface, Old Snail, Burford's Bull, out of a favourite mare of Mr Wilkinson's of Layton, near Richmond, Yorkshire." Mr. Wilkinson may have been related to Andrew Wilkinson, of Boroughbridge, who married Lord Darcy's grandaughter Barbara, and owned the Arlington Barb Mare.
(Son of) Godolphin Arabian (c.) by Godolphin Arabian. Sired Bay Bolton who stood in Ireland.
(Son of) Godolphin Arabian (gr.c.) by Godolphin Arabian. He stood in Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex.
(Grisewood's Son of) Godolphin Arabian (c.) by Godolphin Arabian. Known in England as Grisewood's Strong Horse, his dam has not been identified. He stood at Moor-Fields, in Middlesex, in 1759.
Whittington (gr.c.) by Godolphin Arabian. He stood at Newmarket, in Cambridgeshire, in 1759.

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