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Salmon-Trout (GB)
b c 1921 (The Tetrarch - Salamandra, by St. Frusquin). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 19-c.


Saltram (GB)*
br c 1780 (Eclipse - Virago, by Snap). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 7.




Sam (GB)
ch c 1815 (Scud - Hyale, by Phoenomenon). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 6-b. Bred by Thomas Thornhill he won the Derby Stakes in 1818. In the stud he sired the unnamed second dam (br f 1832) of the Two Thousand Guineas winner, Conyngham (b c 1844). Sam was named after Sam Chifney, his jockey.




Sampson (GB)
bl c 1745 (Blaze - Mare, by Hip). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 12.




Sancho (USA)
b c 1790c (Hynes's Silverheels - Mare, by Othello*). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family Mo9. Bred in North Carolina he was owned in 1800 by J Haynes of North Carolina.


Sancho (GB)
b c 1801 (Don Quixote - Sister to Maid of all Work, by Highflyer). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 17. Bred by Mr Mellish he won the St Leger in 1804. In the stud he got the Craven Stakes winner Cannon Ball (b c 1810), the July Stakes winner Cato (b c 1809) and the stallion Prime Minister (br c 1810).


Sandbeck (GB)
b c 1818 (Catton - Orvillina, by Beningbrough). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 8-a. He sired Mr Bird's Craven Stakes winner (twice) Redshank (b c 1833) and Barbelle (b f 1836) the dam of the great stallion The Flying Dutchman (br c 1846 Bay Middleton).


Sarpedon (GB)*
br c 1828 (Emilius - Icaria, by The Flyer). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 13. Bred by General Grosvenor he was imported into America by Merritt & Company in 1834 and stood at William G Skillman's near Lexington, Kentucky, in 1835. He got the dam of Lexington (b c 1850 Boston).


Satellite (GB)
ch c 1774 (Eclipse - Titania, by Shakespeare). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 4-a.




Saunterer (GB)
bl c 1854 (Birdcatcher - Ennui, by Bay Middleton). Sire Line Birdcatcher. Family 27-a.




Saunterer (GB)*
br c 1870 (Saunterer - Tested, by Touchstone). Sire Line Birdcatcher. Family 42. Bred by Mr W Blenkiron he was imported by Mr A H Darling of New York in 1871.


Scar (GB)
[Old] b c 1705 (Makeless - Bay Layton, by Darcy's Counsellor). Sire Line Darcy's Yellow Turk. Family 4.




Scaramouch (GB)
bl c 1768 (Snap - Sophia, by Godolphin Arabian). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 21. Bred by the Duke of Kingston and later owned by Mr O'Kelly and John Edwards he ran successfully for O'Kelly winning several plates and the Great Sweepstakes (worth 1400 guineas) at York. He sired the Irish mare Smallhopes (f 1785c).


Scarborough Colt (GB)
bl c 1724 (Tifter - Old Scarborough Mare, by Makeless). Sire Line Thoulouse Barb. Family 25. Bred in Yorkshire by Sir Marmaduke Wyvill (1692-1754), 6th bt, he ran second to Mr Humberstone's Stump for the King's Plate at York in 1730. He was a private stallion at the Wyvill stud in Constable Burton near Bedale, Yorkshire. He got several runners although he is probably better known as the sire of the dam of the sisters to Antelope (b c 1748 Young Belgrade) who contributed to the establishment of Family 18.


Scipio (GB)
br c 1825 (Filho da Puta - Miss Syntax, by Paynator). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 37. He sired Mr Burgess's Speculation (br c 1832).


Scud (GB)
b c 1804 (Beningbrough - Eliza, by Highflyer). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 1-a. A winner of the Doncaster Cup he sired two Derby winners, Sailor (ch c 1817) and Sam (ch c 1815), the Oaks winner Shoveler (b f 1816), and the stallions Actaeon (ch c 1822) and Steel Trap (ch c 1815).


Scythian (GB)*
b c 1851 (Orlando - Scythia, by Hetman Platoff). Sire Line Camel. Family 1-s.

 
Sea Gull (USA)
b c 1814 (Expedition - Van Mater's Mare, by Sourcrout). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 4-r. Bred by Joseph H Van Mater of Monmouth County, New Jersey, he sired American Boy (b c 1822).


Second (GB)
br c 1732 (Childers - Sister to Soreheels, by Basto). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 9-a.




Sedbury (GB)
ch c 1734 (Croft's Partner - Old Montagu, by Darcy's Woodcock). Sire Line ByerleyTurk. Family 68.




Selim (USA)
[Galloway's] br c 1759 (Othello* - Selima*, by Godolphin Arabian). Sire Line Alcock's Arabian. Family 21. Said to be a beautiful horse standing over 15 hands, he was undefeated on the turf. He sired Wilkes (b c 1769) and Old Soldier (b c 1781).


Selim (GB)
[Slim, Slip] ch c 1768 (Wildman's Babraham - Mare, by Babraham). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 5. He was recorded the American Stud Book as Slim and in the General Stud Book as Slip. See Slim*.

Selim (GB)
ch c 1802 (Buzzard - Mare, by Alexander). Sire Line Selim. Family 2-n.



 
Sesostris (GB)
b c 1845 (Slane - Palmyra, by Sultan). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 12-c. He sired Tomyris (b f 1851) the dam of the One Thousand Guineas winner Hester (b f 1867 Thormanby) and the second dam of the Two Thousand Guineas winner Prince Charlie (ch c 1869 Blair Athol).


Seymour (GB)
b c 1807 (Delpini - Bay Javelin, by Javelin). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 3-a. Bred by the Duke of Hamilton he sired the second dam of the Derby winner Amato (br c 1835 Velocipede). Although the Derby winner Moses (b c 1819) is generally assumed to have been sired by Seymour, the second covering stallion, Moses was advertised in the racing calendar as "got by Whalebone, his dam by Gohanna, out of Grey Skim" [Weatherby's 1824:502].

 
Shakespeare (GB)
ch c 1745 (Hobgoblin - Amorett, by Bartlet's Childers). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 15.




Shakespeare (USA)
[Thornton's] gr c 1771 (Fearnought* - Moll Brazen, by Cub). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 9-b. He sired Old Union (b c 1777).


Shakespeare (USA)
[Baylor's] br c 1772 (Fearnought* - Stella*, by Shakespeare). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 104. He sired the second dam of Ball's Northumberland (gr c 1805c Tayloes's Bellair 2nd).


Shakespeare (GB)
b c 1806 (Shuttle - Miss Grimstone, by Hutchinson's Weazle). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 21. He sired Miss Sophia (b f 1834) dam of the Prix du Jockey Club winner Fitz Emilius (b c 1842 Young Emilius) and Stratford* (b c 1834).


Shamrock (USA)
ch c 1836 (St. Patrick - Delight*, by Reveller). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 5. Bred by Mr Sadler and imported in utero in 1835. Among others he got the dam of the California Derby winner Mollie McCarty (b f 1873 Monday).


Shark (GB)*
br c 1771 (Marske - Mare, by Snap). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 56.




Shark (USA)
bl c 1830 (American Eclipse - Lady Lightfoot, by Sir Archy). Sire Line King Herod. Family a81. He sired Harlaem Lass (br f 1833) and Mariner (br c 1836).


Sheet Anchor (GB)
br c 1832 (Lottery - Morgiana, by Muley). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 12-c. In England he got the good stallion Weatherbit (b c 1842). Purchased by the Gestut Harzburg, he was sent to Germany in 1844. There his colour is recorded as black. He sired the German Oaks winner Fullsail (br f 1859).

 
Shock (GB)
(br c 1729 (Jigg - Sister to Old Country Wench, by Lister's Snake). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 11.


Shock (GB)*
b c 1750 (Shock - Merryman's Dam, by Hutton's Arabian). Sire Line Byerley Turk. He was imported in 1755 by Colonel John Baylor of Virginia.


Shotover (GB)
ch f 1879 (Hermit - Stray Shot, by Toxophilite). Sire Line Camel. Family 13-c.




Shuttle (GB)
b c 1793 (Young Marske - Sister to Minikin, by Mambrunello). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 21. Owned by Mr Baker he sired the St Leger winner Stavely (b c 1802), Shakespeare (b c 1806) and Middlethorpe (ch c 1806).


Shylock (USA)
b c 1804c (Bedford* - Wilson's Mare, by Diomed*). Sire Line Eclipse. Family A15. He sired Weazle (b f 1817).


Sidi Hamet (USA)
b c 1825 (Virginian - Lady Burton, by Sir Archy). Sire Line King Herod. Family A25. He sired Andrew Hamet (b c 1842) and Berthune (b c 1837).


Silver Eye (GB)*
[King Alfred] bbr c 1750 (Regulus). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. His dam has not been identified. It is possible that his dam was a mare in Lord Godolphin's stud called Silver Eye, however, her pedigree is also unknown. Harrison suggests that he could be Mr Marshall's King Alfred that ran in England in 1754-1755 and won a fifty at Doncaster. He was sent to Virginia in 1756 and the last record of him is at Duval's in Henrico County in 1766. However his name is mentioned in other pedigrees and he may have covered in southern Virginia towards the end of his life.


Silverlegs (USA)
[McCarty's] b c 1761c (Morton's Traveller - Jenny Cameron*, by Quiet Cuddy). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 40. He sired the mare who became the dam of both McCarty's Cub (b c Tayloe's Yorick) and Thornton's Voltaire (c 1776c Tayloe's Smiling Tom).


Silverlocks (GB)
ch f 1725 (Bald Galloway - Sister to Chaunter, by Acaster Turk). Sire Line St. Victor Barb. Family 6-a.




Silvertail (USA)
[Verrell's] gr c 1792c (Clockfast* - Young Primrose, by Wormeley's King Herod). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 21. He sired the taproot mare of American Family A20.


Silvio (GB)
b c 1754 (Cade - Mab, by Hobgoblin). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 2. Bred by Mr Hutton he finished second to Dainty Davie for four Gold Cups at Richmond. He sired Gentle Kitty (ch f 1774).


Silvio (GB)
[Brother] b c 1755c (Cade - Mab, by Hobgoblin). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 2. Bred by Mr Hutton he sired Ferret (b f 1765).


Simoom (GB)
br c 1838 (Camel - Seabreeze, by Paulowitz). Sire Line Camel. Family 4-o. He covered in Ireland from 1844 to 1855. He sired the Ascot Stakes winner Wanota (b c 1844), the Gimcrack Stakes winner Aaron Smith (b c 1848), the National Produce Stakes winner Barbarian (b c 1849), the Yorkshire Oaks winner Bilberry (br f 1856),  and Barbarity* (b f 1854).


Sir Archy (USA)
b c 1805 (Diomed* - Castianira, by Rockingham). Sire Line King Herod. Family 13.




Sir Archy Montorio (USA)
[Sir Archy of Transport, Big Archy] b c 1823 (Sir Archy - Transport, by Virginius). Sire Line King Herod. Family 12-b. Bred by Colonel J B Richardson of Sumpter County, South Carolina, he was a full brother to Sir William of Transport (b c 1820). He was later sent to Kentucky. He sired Rodolph (b c 1831).


Sir Benjamin (GB)
[Sir Benjamin Backbite] b c 1829 (Whisker - Scandal, by Selim). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 11-e. He was sent to France in 1835 but got Mrs. Candour ch f 1835) before he left.


Sir Charles (USA)
ch c 1816 (Sir Archy - Mare, by Citizen*). Sire Line King Herod. Family A19. A leading sire five times, he sired Rosalie Somers (b f 1831). He died in 1833.


Sir David (GB)
br c 1801 (Trumpator - Mare, by Woodpecker). Sire Line Matchem. Family 11. Running for Mr Arthur he won the Craven Stakes in 1806. He sired the dam of the One Thousand Guineas winner Young Mouse (b f 1826 Godolphin), the dam of the Woodcote Stakes winner Weeper (ch c 1819 Juniper) and Oleander (ch f 1813) the dam of the Oaks winner Wings (ch f 1822 The Flyer), the Ascot Gold Cup winner Caravan (br c 1834 Camel) and the Poule d'Essai winner Fiammetta (b f 1838 Camel).


Sir Harry (GB)*
br c 1795 (Sir Peter Teazle - Matron, by Alfred). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 4-o.




Sir Harry Dimsdale (GB)
gr c 1800 (Sir Peter Teazle - Contessina, by Young Marske). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 19-a. Owned by Mr Norton he sired Grandiflora (b f 1810) the ancestress of the Derby winner Wild Dayrell (br c 1852 Ion) and Rosina (b f 1817) the second dam of the Prix du Jockey Club winner Morok (b c 1844 Beggarman).


Sir Hercules (IRE)
bl c 1826 (Whalebone - Peri, by Wanderer). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 2-t.




Sir Leslie (USA)
b c 1828 (Sir William of Transport - Miss Dowden, by *Buzzard - Mare, by Speculator* - Mare, by Page's Damon - Dudley's Mare, by Fearnought*). Sire Line King Herod. He sired Gazan (b c 1836).


Sir Modred (NZ)*
b c 1877 (Traducer - Idalia, by Cambuscan). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 17-b. Bred in New Zealand he won the New Zealand Derby, and The Metropolitan, and Craven Plate in Australia. In America he led the sires' list in 1894. He sired Tournament (b c 1887).


Sir Oliver (GB)
b c 1800 (Sir Peter Teazle - Fanny, by Diomed*). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 13. Owned by Lord Grey he won the Doncaster Cup in 1804. In the stud he sired the Two Thousand Guineas winner Olive (b c 1811) and the Chester Cup winner Doge of Venice (ch c 1818). He died in 1829.


Sir Paul (GB)
b c 1802 (Sir Peter Teazle - Pewett, by Tandem). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 8-a. He won the Craven Stakes and finished third for the St Leger Stakes. He sired the Doncaster Cup winner Otho (b c 1815).


Sir Peter Teazle (GB)
br c 1784 (Highflyer - Papillon, by Snap). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 3.




Sir Richard Tonson (USA)
gr c 1823 (Jackson's Pacolet - Madam Tonson, by Elliott's Top Gallant). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family a82. Undefeated during his turf career he was described as the most beautiful horse that could be led into a show room. He stood at Thomas Foxhall's in Sumner County, Tennessee, in 1829, and at P J Burrus' in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in 1831. Among others he sired Madam Bosley (gr f 1928c) and Gray Maria (gr f 1832).


Sir Solomon (GB)
b c 1796 (Sir Peter Teazle - Matron, by Florizel). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 24. Bred by Earl Fitzwilliam and owned by Mr Johnson he won many races, including the Newcastle Cup twice, Nottingham Cup and a Royal Plate at York. Thought to be the stoutest son of Sir Peter he sired the dam of the St Leger winner Tarrare (b c 1823 Catton) and the third dam of of the Derby winner Daniel O'Rourke (ch c 1849 Birdcatcher).


Sir Solomon (USA)
br c 1805 (Tickle Toby* - Vesta, by Tatom's Dreadnought). Sire Line Matchem. Family a79. He sired Badger's Trumpator (b c 1823).


Sir Tatton Sykes (GB)*
b c 1840 (Stumps - Mare, by Comus). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 47. Owned in Canada by George Cooper he sired two Queen's Plate winners, Beacon (br c 1858) and Don Juan (b c 1855).


Sir Ulick M'Killigut (GB)
[Tinsel] b c 1800 (Whiskey - Amelia, by Highflyer). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 24. He was owned by Sir Charles Bunbury.


Sir Visto (GB)
b c 1892 (Barcaldine - Vista, by Macaroni). Sire Line Matchem. Family 4-f.




Sir Walter Raleigh (GB)
br c 1801 (Waxy - Woodcot, by Mentor). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 4-a. He sired the Irish stallion Harbinger (ch c 1818) and the dam of the Irish stallion Drone (gr c 1823 Master Robert).


Sir William of Transport (USA)
b c 1820 (Sir Archy - Transport, by Virginius). Sire Line King Herod. Family 12-b. Bred by Colonel J B Richardson of Sumpter County, South Carolina, he won six of nine starts finishing second three times. He stood in South Carolina for a few seasons before moving to Kentucky. Brother to Sir Archy Montorio (b c 1823 Sir Archy) he died at the age of nine, having broken his neck. He sired Belle Anderson (b f 1830) and Eliza Jenkins (ch f 1830).


Skipjack (GB)
ch c 1710c (Darley Arabian - Jester, by Old Merlin). Sire Line Darley Arabian.


Skim (GB)
gr c 1746 (Bolton Starling - Miss Mayes, by Bartlet's Childers). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 19.




Skim (GB)*
c 1765c. Very little is known about this horse. It is speculation that he was sired by Lord Portmore's Skim. He probably was sent to Virginia around 1759 and was in the Greenspring Stud from around 1760 to 1767. He appears as a cross in the pedigree of Jackson's Truxton (b c 1800).


Skim (GB)
gr c 1813 (Gohanna - Grey Skim, by Woodpecker). Sire Line Eclipse.Family 5-b. Owned by Mr Wyndham he won the Craven Stakes in 1818. He sired the dam of the Woodcote Stakes winner Bracelet (b f 1832 Mameluke) and the grandam of the Cambridgeshire winner Malacca (b c 1853 Ratan).


Skylark (IRE)
b c 1826 (Waxy Pope - Skylark, by Musician). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 2-a. Bred by Mr Daxon he was imported by Merritt & Company of Virginia. Prior to export he got Mr Drinkald's Chester Cup winner St. Lawrence (br c 1837).


Skyscraper (GB)
b c 1786 (Highflyer - Everlasting, by Eclipse). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 3.




Slane (GB)
b c 1833 (Royal Oak - Mare, by Orville). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 25. A champion sire in 1845 he got the Derby winner The Merry Monarch (b c 1842), the Oaks winner The Princess (ch f 1841), the Two Thousand Guineas winner Conyngham (b c 1844), and the One Thousand Guineas winner Lady Orford (ch f 1847).


Sleight of Hand (GB)
br c 1836 (Pantaloon - Decoy, by Filho da Puta). Sire Line Buzzaard. Family 3-h. Said to be a less than brilliant performer he nevertheless won the Liverpool Cup, Tradesman's Plate at Manchester and the Cleveland Stakes. He is seen in many of the pedigrees that descend from mares in the Sledmere stud. He sired Lady Sykes* (gr f 1850) and Madame Stodare (ch f 1850).


Slender (GB)*
b c 1779 (King Herod - Ruth, by Blank). Sire Line King Herod. Family 13. Bred by the Duke of Queensberry he was sent to New York 1786. He was full brother in blood to Highflyer (b c 1774 King Herod) .


Slim (GB)*
[Sprightly, Slip, Babraham] ch c 1768 (Wildman's Babraham - Mare, by Babraham). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 5. Bred by Mr. Wildman this horse was called Slip in the General Stud Book and Slim and Sprightly in America. He was sent to Maryland in 1773 and covered in Pennsylvania in 1775, in Maryland in 1776, in Virginia in 1777, in North Carolina in 1779 and back in Virginia in 1780. Owned in Maryland by Governor Sir Robert Eden his most notable son was Hall's Union (b c 1777).


Slipby (GB)
br c 1734 (Fox - Gipsey, by Bay Bolton). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 1. Owned by Lord Portmore he sired Brown Slipby (br f 1745).


Sloe (GB)
bl c 1740 (Crab - Mare, by Childers). Sire Line Alcock's Arabian. Family 33.


Sloe (USA)
c 1769c (Lightfoot's Partner - Blossom*, by Sloe). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 9-a. Bred in Maryland by Benjamin Tasker Jr he was later owned by Armistead Lightfoot in Virginia and by Mr Green in North Carolina. He sired the unnamed dam of Tayloe's Grey Diomed (gr c 1786).


Slope (GB)
gr c 1782 (Highflyer - Sister to Ganges, by Squirrel). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 4-b. Bred by Sir J Webb he sired Farewell ( b f 1792). He died in 1794.


Slouch (GB)
ch c 1747 (Cade - Amorett, by Bartlet's Childers). Sire Line Godolphin Arbaian. Family 15. Bred by Thomas Meredith he later ran for Sir John Moore without much success. Purchased by John Larkin he covered at Leaming Lane, Newmarket and Packenham Hall. He was said to be a horse of fine size, shape and strength, well marked and a master of 14 stone in the hunting field. Slouch was not exported. He sired Calliope (ch f 1763).


Sloven (GB)
[Bolton] br c 1719 (Bay Bolton - Sister to Mixbury, by Curwen's Bay Barb). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 9. Bred by the Duke of Bolton he sired Beau* (ch c 1731), Young Coquette (br f 1734), and Fleacatcher (gr f 1733).


Smiling Tom (GB)
[Gallant's] gr c 1710c (Conyers Arabian - Mare, by Chillaby - Mare, by Makeless - Mr Crofts Snowden Mare). Sire Line Conyers Arabian. Bred at Hampton Court he covered at Burn Park near Beverley for a fee of two guineas. He sired Appleyard's Craftsman (gr c 1724), Appleyard's Favourite (gr c 1730) and Gallant's Young Smiling Tom (gr c 1724). The General Stud Book has confused his year of birth and pedigree with that of his son, Young Smiling Tom, who also ran as Gallant's Smiling Tom.


Smiling Tom (USA)
[Tayloe's] ch c 1757 (Carr's Tom Jones - Jenny Cameron*, by Quiet Cuddy). Sire Line Lonsdale Bay Arabian. Family 40. He sired Thornton's Voltaire (c 1776c).


Smithson (GB)
[Old] bbr c 1695c (Cole's Barb). Sire Line Cole's Barb. Owned by John Millbanke he was unbeaten in his six or seven starts. He later sired the second dam of Hobgoblin (br c 1724 Aleppo).


Smockface (GB)
c 1714c (Darley Arabian - Mare, by Hautboy). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 53.


Smolensko (GB)
bl c 1810 (Sorcerer - Wowski, by Mentor). Sire Line Matchem. Family 18. Bred by Sir Charles Bunbury he won the Two Thousand Guineas, Newmarket and Derby Stakes. He sired the Oaks winner Gulnare (b f 1824) and the St Leger winner Jerry (bl c 1821).


Snail (GB)
[Wharton's or Old] c 17120c (Whynot - Mare, by Wilkinson's Arabian). Sire Line Fenwick Barb. Family 43. He was first called Old Smales but his name was corrected in an old match book and the name Snail is used in other pedigrees. He ran in 1718 for the Duke of Wharton without apparent success and he may have raced earlier for Mr Blacket. He sired Young Kitty Burdett (b f 1720), Milkmaid (b f 1720) and the 4th dam of Pharoah* (b c 1753 Chedworth's Moses).


Snake (GB)
[Lister's or Bowe's] c 1708c (Lister's Turk - Mare, by Hautboy). Sire Line Lister Turk.


Snake (GB)
[Easby or Smith's son of Snake] b c 1721 (Lister's Snake - Mare, by Acaster Turk). Sire Line Lister Turk. Family 70. Smith's Son of Snake is not identified as Easby Snake until the 1891 edition of the General Stud Book and this is probably incorrect.


Snap (GB)
[Old] bl c 1750 (Snip - Sister to Slipby, by Fox). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 1.




Snap (GB)
[Latham's] b c 1759 (Snap - Sister to Merryman, by Cade). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 4.




Snap (GB)
[Chedworth's] b c 1760 (Snap - Young Bowes, by Dormouse). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 2. He sired Carver* (b c 1770), and the dam of Skylark* (b c 1783 Highflyer).


Snap (USA)
[Heard's] b c 1771 (Heard's Young Figure - Nettle*, by Snap). Sire Line Belgrade Turk. Family 3. His dam has not been positively identified,but may be Nettle* by Snap. He sired an unnamed mare, ancestress of Lance (b c 1821 American Eclipse).


Snip (GB)
br c 1736 (Childers - Sister to Soreheels, by Basto). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 9-a.


Snip (GB)
[Young] b c 1757 (Snip - Miss Meredith, by Cade). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 15. Bred by Mr Meredith he was owned by the Duke of Ancaster. He never ran and covered in Yorkshire at Ellerton near Richmond for a fee of three guineas. He later covered in Lincolnshire at Grimsthorpe for a fee of ten guineas. He sired Oscar* (ch c 1760).

 
Sober John (GB)*
br c 1748 (Rib - Mare, by Wynn's Grey Arabian). Sire Line Alcock's Arabian. Family 30. Owned in England by Mr Weaver he ran six times in 1754 winning fifties at Wisbech and Stamford. Sent to Virginia later in 1754 he stood the seasons from 1755 to 1762 at John Baylor's in Caroline County and the following year at James Littlepage's in Louisa County. He died at about the age of fifteen.


Songstress (GB)
b f 1849 (Birdcatcher - Cyprian, by Partisan). Sire Line Birdcatcher. Family 23-a.




Soothsayer (GB)
ch c 1808 (Sorcerer - Goldenlocks, by Delpini). Sire Line Matchem. Family 15.




Sorcerer (GB)
bl c 1796 (Trumpator - Young Giantess, by Diomed*). Sire Line Matchem. Family 6-a.




Soreheels (GB)
b c 1714c (Basto - Sister to Mixbury, by Curwen's Bay Barb). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 9-a.


Sourcrout (GB)*
b c 1786 (Highflyer - Jewel, by Squirrel). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 13. Bred by the Duke of Grafton he was imported in 1792 by Robert Heaton of New York. He covered in New Jersey around 1793 and in Kentucky in 1809. Thereafter he moved to Tennessee where he died about 1810.


South (GB)
b c 1750 (Regulus - Mare, by Soreheels). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 13.


Sovereign (GB)*
b c 1836 (Emilius - Fleur de Lis, by Bourbon). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 17-d. Bred by His Majesty King William IV at Hampton Court and imported by Colonel Wade Hampton of South Carolina he later became the property of Captain A Buford of Bosque Bonita Stud in Woodford County, Kentucky. He died in 1862.


Spadille (GB)
b c 1784 (Highflyer - Flora, by Squirrel). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 3-a. Bred by Lord Archibald Hamilton he won the St Leger Stakes and sired Dion* (b c 1795) and Highland Fling (b c 1798). He died in Scotland in 1803.


Spadille (USA)
[Wilkin's] bl c 1762c (Janus* - Selima*, by Godolphin Arabian). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 21.


Spanker (GB)
b c 1675c (Darcy's Yellow Turk - Old Morocco Mare, by Fairfax Morocco Barb). Sire Line Darcy's Yellow Turk. Family 6.


Spanker (GB)
br c 1758 (Antelope - Charming Molly, by Godolphin's Whitefoot). Sire Line Belgrade Turk. Family 13.


Spanking Roger (GB)
ch c 1732 (Childers - Sparkler, by Cyprus Arabian - Mare, by Spanker). Sire Line Darley Arabian.




Spanking Roger (USA)
ch c 1764c (Jolly Roger* - Jenny Dismal*, by Dismal). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family A19. He appears in the pedigree of Revenue (b c 1843 Trustee*).


Spark (GB)
[Old] c 1700c (Honeycomb Punch - Wilkes' Old Mare, by Hautboy). Sire Line Taffolet Barb. Family 11. The General Stud Book notes that his dam, Hautboy Mare, may be Grey Wilkes [GSB 1:383], making him a half-brother to Old Country Wench (gr f 1712c Snake) and her sisters. This is confirmed by Heber, who says: "Spark, Son of the famous Honeycomb Punch, and out of the Robinson Hautboy Mare, bred by Mr Wilks, and was the Dam of the Dam of Regulus" [Heber 1754:238]. He may have been the same horse as Frampton's Spark. The Earl of Bristol recorded in his Diary that his famous horse Wenn beat Mr Frampton's Sparke on May 8, 1708 [Royal Studs:207]. Along with several useful daughters, he got offspring from Sister to Hanniball for Cuthbert Routh from 1723 to 1729. Spark Mare was the 2nd dam of Sampson (b c 1745 Blaze). Another Spark Mare was the 2nd dam of *Spark (c 1733c Aleppo), who was sent to America where he was a useful stallion at the stud of Benjamin Tasker in Maryland. And yet another Spark Mare was the dam of the Smiling Ball Colt, who sired Bald Partner (ch c 1743).


Spark (GB)
[Tasker's] c 1733c (Aleppo - Sister to Look-About-You, by Bartlet's Childers). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 28. Bred by Charles, 2nd Lord Tankerville, in Northumberland, and later owned by Charles Fleetwood, of Middlesex. The latter presented him to Frederick, Prince of Wales, who in turn presented him to Charles, 5th Lord Baltimore. Imported in 1747 by Benjamin Tasker, he was the first English horse to reside in Maryland. He stood at Tasker's Belair Stud until his death in 1756. He sired the full siblings Hopper's Pacolet (gr c 1750c) and Gantt's Mille (f 1752c).


Spartacus (GB)
ch c 1808 (Swordsman - Mrs. Dawdle, by Master Bagot). Sire Line King Herod. Family 74. Owned by Mr Daly he got Vanity (ch f 1830c) one of the foundation mares of Family B1.


Spectator (GB)
b c 1749 (Crab - Mare, by Partner). Sire Line Alcock's Arabian. Family 1-a.


Spectre (GB)
b c 1815 (Phantom - Fillikins, by Gouty). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 37. He sired Apparition* (br c 1827) prior to his export to France in 1834.


Speculator (GB)*
b c 1795 (Dragon - Sister to Sting, by King Herod). Sire Line King Herod. Family 5. Bred by the Duke of Bedford he was imported into Virginia by Colonel John Hoomes in 1801. Purchased by John Breckinridge he moved on to Kentucky. His half-sister Portia (ch f 1788) won the Oaks Stakes and became dam of Phoenix* (ch c 1798 Dragon). He died around 1813.


Spendthrift (USA)
ch c 1876 (Australian* - Aerolite, by Lexington). Sire Line Matchem. Family A3.




Spinaway (GB)
b f 1872 (Macaroni - Queen Bertha, by Kingston). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 1-w.


Spinner (GB)
gr c 1727 (Almanzor - Sister to Bay Bolton, by Grey Hautboy). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 37.


Sportsman (GB)
[Warren's] b c 1753 (Cade - Silvertail, by Heneage's Whitenose). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 32.


Spot (GB)
[Curwen's or Old] c 1690c (Selaby Turk). Sire Line Selaby Turk.


Spot (GB)
[Hutton's] gr c 1728 (Hartley's Blind Horse - Mare, by Hutton's Surley). Sire Line Holderness Turk. Family 34. Bred by Mr Hutton he is often confused in the racing calendars with a younger Spot. His best sons were Bay Ranger (b c 1749) and Hutton's Merryman (gr c 1742). He is perhaps bertter known for his daughters: (1) Spot Mare, taproot mare of Family 8-b, (2) Sister to Stripling, taproot mare of Family 16, (3) Lady Augusta (gr f c1747), bred by Velters Cornwall, 4th dam of Dimple and her sister, Family 9-d, (4) Spot Mare, 4th dam of Abba Thulle and *Ara Kooker, (5) Bessy Bell (gr f 1754), bred by James Lenox Dutton, was half-sister to Babraham Blank (b c 1758 Babraham) and Merlin (b c 1748 Second). In 1759 she won a 50 Maiden Plate at Chipping-Norton, beating Mr Snell's Diomed and distancing four others in four-mile heats. She also won the King's Plate at Burford, beating Lord Chedworth's Bosphorus, Mr Adams's Traveller and Mr Gorge's Brazenface, winning the last two of four heats, and (6) Sister to Bay Ranger, dam of Chesnut Ranger (ch c 1759 Regulus).


Spot (USA)
[Spotswood's] c 1775c (Spotswood's Apollo). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. His dam line has not been identified. He sired the second dam of Tayloe's Hamlintonian (ch c 1800 Diomed*).

Spread Eagle (GB)*
b c 1792 (Volunteer - Sister to Scarisbrick, by Highflyer). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 2. A Derby winner he was bred by Sir Frank Standish. A half brother to the Derby winner Didelot (b c 1796) he was imported into Virginia in 1798 by Colonel John Hoomes. He died in Kentucky in 1805 aged 13.


Sprightly (USA)
[Jackson's] ch c 1780c (Janus* - Mare, by Fearnought* - Mare, by Lee's Mark Anthony - Mare, by Jolly Roger* - Mare, by Silver Eye* - thoroughbred mare*). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. The imported mare was said to be from Lord Darcy's stud but has not been otherwise identified. She is possibly the Bartlet's Childers Mare (f 1745c) - Godolphin Arabian - Byerley Turk - Taffolet Barb - Place's White Turk - Natural Barb Mare from Family 1. She was imported in 1748 by Mr George McNaught who resided in Henrico County where Silver Eye* stood his entire career. She is known to have produced Gamester (bl c 1758c) by Silver Eye*. The breeder of the Childers mare is unknown.


Springy Jack (GB)
b c 1845 (Hetman Platoff - Oblivion, by Jerry). Sire Line King Fergus. Family 9-b. He sired the German Oaks winner Isabella (ch f 1856).


Squirrel (GB)
[Williams's] b c 1719 (Snake - Mare, by Acaster Turk). Sire Line Lister Turk. Family 70.




Squirrel (GB)
b c 1754 (Traveller - Grey Bloody Buttocks, by Bloody Buttocks). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 4.


Squirt (GB)
ch c 1732 (Bartlet's Childers - Sister to Old Country Wench, by Lister's Snake). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 11.


St. George (GB)*
br c 1771 (Dragon - Sally, by Blank). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 2. Bred by Mr G Hanger he was imported in 1784 by Colonel Hoomes of Virginia.


St. George (GB)
b c 1789 (Highflyer - Sister to Soldier, by Eclipse). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 9.




St. Luke (GB)
ch c 1833 (Bedlamite - Eliza Leeds, by Comus). Sire Line Matchem. Family 2-t. He sired Splitvote (ch f 1841).


St. Martin (GB)
c 1695c (Spanker - Burton's Barb Mare). Sire Line Darcy's Yellow Turk. Family 2.


St. Nicholas (GB)
br c 1827 (Emilius - Sea Mew, by Scud). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 6-c. He sired Uriel (ch c 1850), winner of the Henckel-Rennen and Union-Rennen, Scout* (br c 1836) and Yorkshire* (b c 1834).


St. Patrick (GB)
ch c 1817 (Walton - Mare, by Dick Andrews). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 4-o. Bred by Sir Edward Smith he won the St Leger. In the stud he got the Ascot Gold Cup and Gold Vase (twice) winner St. Francis (b c 1835), the Chester Cup winner Pickpocket (b c 1828), the Goodwood Cup winner Rubini (ch c 1828) and the dam of the Prix du Jockey Club winners Saint Germain (ch c 1847 Attila) and Jouvence (br f 1850 Sting).


St. Paul (GB)*
ch c 1789 (Saltram - Purity, by Matchem). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 24. Bred by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales he was imported into Virginia by William Lightfoot in 1798.


St. Simon (GB)
br c 1881 (Galopin - St. Angela, by King Tom). Sire Line St. Simon. Family 11-c.




Stadtholder (GB)
ch c 1742 (Roundhead - Young Nanny, by Hartley's Blind Horse). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 41.


Stamford (GB)
br c 1794 (Sir Peter Teazle - Horatia, by Eclipse). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 30. Bred by Sir Frank Standish he won the Doncaster Cup in in 1797 and 1798 and the Royal Plate at York in in 1799. Described as a compact horse with much quality he sired Viscount (gr c 1809), Young Wryneck (ch f 1809) and Mother Goose (ch f 1805).


Standard (GB)
[Old, or Bashaw] b c 1736 (Young Belgrade - Mare, by Tifter). Sire Line Belgrade TurkFamily 13.


Standard (USA)
c 1770c (Lee's Mark Anthony - Bonny Jane, by Monkey*). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 101. He sired the dam of Lockhart's Cassius (b c 1780c).


Star (GB)
[Bridgewater's] c 1725 (Ashridge Ball - Mare, by Richards Arabian). Sire Line Leedes Arabian.




Star (GB)
br c 1759 (Regulus - Poppet, by Black Chance). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 2. Bred by HRH the Duke of Cumberland he ran in the Duke's colours at Newmarket. Purchased by Edward Strode he won King's Plates at Winchester and Lewes and several fifties in 1765. He sired Gunilda* (gr f 1777).


Star (GB)*
b c 1785 (Highflyer - Mare, by Snap). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 24. Bred by Richard Taylor he was imported into South Carolina in 1804 by General John McPherson. He died in 1811. He sired L'Orient (b c 1799) and Master Robert* (ch c 1793).


Starch (IRE)
br c 1819 (Waxy Pope - Miss Staveley, by Shuttle). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 4. Bred by Lord Sligo he sired Ellen (b f 1831), the ancestress of Hermit (ch c 1863 Newminster), and Langford* (br c 1833).

 
Starke (USA)
ch c 1855 (Wagner - Reel, by Glencoe*). Sire Line King Herod. Family 23-b.




Starling (GB)
[Bolton or Old] gr c 1727 (Bay Bolton - Camilla's Dam, by Brother to Grey Grantham). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 24.




Starling (GB)
[Ancaster] gr c 1738 (Bolton Starling - Ringbone, by Crofts Partner). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 2-a.




Steady (GB)
gr c 1735 (Childers - Miss Belvoir, by Grey Grantham). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 6. Bred by the Duke of Devonshire he won a match at Newmarket and King's Plates at Canterbury and Lincoln. Described as a beautiful strong grey he covered at Thomas Stamford's in Newmarket. He sired the unnamed mare who became the dam of both Wildair* (b c 1753 Cade) and Vampire* (b c 1757 Regulus).


Stefan the Great
gr c 1916 (The Tetrarch - Perfect Peach, by Persimmon). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 2-e.


Sterling (GB)
b c 1868 (Oxford - Whisper, by Flatcatcher). Sire Line Sterling. Family 12-a. Considered to be a game, determined horse he won the Liverpool Cup. He retired to the Yardley Stud where he was among the top twenty champion sires four times. He sired the Derby winner Harvester (br c 1881), and three Two Thousand Guineas winners: Enterprise (ch c 1884), Enthusiast (ch c 1886) and Paradox (b c 1882).




Sting (GB)
b c 1843 (Slane - Echo, by Emilius). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 22-b. Winner of the Criterion and Molecomb Stakes he was sent to France in 1847 where he sired Jouvence (b f 1850) who won the Prix du Jockey Club, Prix de Diane and the Goodwood Cup in England, and Peripetie (b f 1866) who also won the Prix de Diane.


Stirling (GB)*
[Evans's] gr c 1763 (Belsize Arabian - Mare, by Snake). Sire Line Belsize Arabian. Family 6-a. Bred by Mr Simpson he was imported in 1765 by Captain William Evans of Surrey County, Virginia. He got Sally Painter (gr f 1769c) the ancestress of Count Fleet (br c 1940 Reigh Count).


Stirling* (GB)
[Hoomes's] b c 1791 (Volunteer - Harriet, by Highflyer). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 1. He was imported into Virginia in 1798 by Colonel Hoomes and was later owned by John Tayloe, Wade Hampton in South Carolina and Nathaniel Rives in Virginia.


Stockholder (USA)
b c 1819 (Sir Archy - Cotten's Mare, by Citizen*). Sire Line King Herod. Family 2. Stockholder won two of three starts and stood in North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky. Highly popular in Tennessee he got scores of winners including Betsey Malone (b f 1829). He was often bred to daughters of Jackson's Pacolet (gr c 1808 Citizen*).


Stockport (GB)
b c 1832 (Langar - Olympia, by Sir Oliver). Sire Line Selim. Family 13-a. He sired the Goodwood Cup winner Miss Elis (ch f 1842), the Stewards' Cup winner Cotton Lord (b c 1846) and the dam of the Grand National Steeple Chase winner The Free-Trader (bbr c 1849 The Sea).


Stockwell (GB)
ch c 1849 (The Baron - Pocahontas, by Glencoe). Sire Line Stockwell. Family 3-n.




Stonehenge (GB)*
b c 1870 (Blair Athol - Coimbra, by Kingston). Sire Line Stockwell. Family 16. Bred by Mr Blenkiron he was imported into New York by D D Withers.


Stone Plover (GB)*
b c 1850 (Cotherstone - The Wryneck, by Slane). Sire Line Camel. Family 15-b. Bred by Lord Spencer he was imported by Thomas Williams. He stood one season in Kentucky and then moved to Michigan.

 
Storm (GB)
b c 1848 (Touchstone - Ghuznee, by Pantaloon). Sire Line Camel. Family 20-a. He sired the dam of Phaeton* (b c 1865 King Tom).


Stracchino (GB)*
bl c 1870 (Parmesan - May Bell, by Hetman Platoff). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 12-e. Bred by Lord Bradford he was imported by Hunter & Travers of the Annieswood Stud in New York.


Stripling (GB)
ch c 1795 (Phoenomenon - Laura, by Eclipse). Sire Line King Herod. Family 2. Bred by Sir H Williamson he sired the St Leger winner Octavian (ch c 1807) and the second dam of the Manchester Cup winner The Slayer's Daughter (bl f 1843 Cain) the latter an ancestress of Man o' War (ch c 1917 Fair Play).


Student (GB)
ch c 1851 (Chatham - Mare, by Laurel). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 8-f. He sired Salamanca (b f 1859) who became the dam of the St. Leger winner Pero Gomez (b c 1866 Beadsman), Adosinda* (b f 1865 Beadsman) and Zorilla* (br c 1882 Rosicrician).


Stump (GB)
[Humberston's] b c 1724 (Manica - Mare, by Lister's Snake). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 104.


Stumps (GB)
gr c 1822 (Whalebone - Scotina, by Delpini). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 13-a. A winner of the Goodwood Cup in 1826 he sired Viator (gr c 1831), Fop* (gr c 1832), Sir Tatton Sykes* (b c 1842), and Stumps Mare* (br f 1836).


Sultan (GB)
b c 1816 (Selim - Bacchante, by Williamson's Ditto). Sire Line Selim. Family 8-b.




Sumpter (USA)
ch c 1818 (Sir Archy - Mare, by Robin Redbreast). Sire Line King Herod. Family 4-r. Bred by John Goode Senior of Virginia he was full-brother to Thornton's Rattler (ch c 1816). He won eight consecutive races between 1821 and 1823 in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. Sold to Kentucky he stood there from 1824 until he died in 1831. Noted for his excellent daughters he sired Butterfly (ch f 1825), Miss Obstinate (b f 1829), Rowena (ch f 1826), and Yarico (ch f 1831).


Surley (GB)
[Hutton's White Turk] gr c 1708 (Hutton's Grey Barb - Mare, by Hutton's Royal Colt). Sire Line Hutton's Grey Barb. Family 8.


Surley (GB)
[Routh's] gr c 1720, (Hutton's Surley - Mare, by Coneyskins). Sire Line Hutton's Grey Barb. Family 34.


Surplice (GB)
b c 1845 (Touchstone - Crucifix, by Priam). Sire Line Camel. Family 2-i.




Sweeper (GB)
bl c 1751 (Sloe - Mare, by Mogul - Mare, by Crofts Partner - Mare, by Rutland's Coneyskins. He covered in Yorkshire at the Plough in Cleveland. This colt was not exported. He sired the dam of Vertumnus (b c 1775 Eclipse).


Sweeper (GB)*
c 1770c. This colt has not been identified and was imported no later than 1773. He sire Ashe's Roebuck (br c 1780c).


Sweepstakes (GB)
[Bolton] ch c 1722 (Bloody Shouldered Arabian - Snell's Mare, by Gase's Horse - Mare, by Lister Turk). Sire Line Bloody Shouldered Arabian.


Sweepstakes (GB)
[Turner's, Norris's Bolton] ch c 1743 (Bolton Sweepstakes - Mare, by Bay Bolton). Sire Line Bloody Shouldered Arabian. Family 44. A half-brother to Bolton Little John (ch c 1731 Crofts Partner) he was sometimes, according to the General Stud Book [GSB 1:33], called Norris's Bolton. He sired a number of winners including Turner's Brutus (b c 1752).


Sweepstakes (GB)
[Gower's] b c 1749 (Gower Stallion - Brown Crofts, by Crofts Partner). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 4. Bred by Lord Gower he sired Trentham (b c 1766).


Sweetbriar (GB)
ch c 1769 (Syphon - Mare, by Shakespeare). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 15.




Sweetmeat (GB)
br c 1842 (Gladiator - Lollypop, by Starch or Voltaire). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 21-a.




Sweetwilliam (GB)
ch c 1768 (Syphon - Miss Roan, by Cade). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 4.




Swiss (GB)*
b c 1821 (Whisker - Sister to Corduroy, by Shuttle). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 5. Bred by Colonel Craddock he won the Champagne Stakes in 1823. His daughter Lustre (b f 1830) was grandam to the Prix de Diane and Grosser Preis von Baden winner Geologie (b f 1856 The Prime Warden). Lustre was also third dam of the Prix Royal Oak winner Etoile Filante (b f 1863 Young Gladiator) and the Poule d'Essai winner Gouvernail (b c 1868 Young Gladiator). Swiss was sent to America in 1835 and owned there by F B Ogden.


Swordsman (GB)
b c 1787 (Hutchinson's Weazle - Mare, by Turk). Sire Line King Herod. Family 20. He was bred by Mr Robinson.


Swordsman (IRE)
b c 1796 (Prizefighter - Zara, by Eclipse). Sire Line King Herod. Family 2-b. Owned by Mr Whaley he was said to have comparable shape, bone, sinew and strength to any horse in Ireland.  Standing 15 hands 3 inches his beauty was matched by his turf performance. He won seven King's Plates, a sweepstakes and a match. He covered at the Curragh for a fee of six guineas for blood mares. He sired Medora (b f 1813) the dam of the St Leger winner Rockingham (b c 1830 Humphrey Clinker) and the Chester Cup winner The Cardinal (br c 1827 Waxy Pope).


Syphax (GB)
bl c 1727 (Bay Bolton - Golden Locks, by Bristol's Grasshopper). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 30.


Syphon (GB)
ch c 1750 (Squirt - Shuttle's Dam, by Bolton Patriot). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 9-c.
 

 
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