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  Tadmor (GB)
b c 1846 (Ion - Palmyra, by Sultan). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 12-c. Two of his daughters produced classics winners: Palm (br f 1854) the dam of the Two Thousand Guineas winner Vauban (br c 1864 Muscovite), the Cesarewitch winner Duke of Parma (br c 1872 The Duke) and the grandam of the Two Thousand Guineas winner Petronel (br c 1877 Musket); and Seclusion (b f 1857) the dam of the Derby winner Hermit (ch c 1864 Newminster), grandam of the One Thousand Guineas winner Elizabeth (b f 1887 Statesman) and ancestress of the Goodwood Cup and Cesarewitch winner Son-in-Law (br c 1911 Dark Ronald).
 
  Tandem (GB)
b c 1773 (Syphon - Mare, by Regulus). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 17.
 
  Tantrum (GB)
b c 1760 (Cripple - Mare, by Childers). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 21. Owned by Lord Rockingham he was described as a strong beautifully made horse and he won the Doncaster Cup in 1769. He sired Termagant (f 1772) the dam of the St Leger winner Pewett (b f 1876 Tandem) and grandam of the St Leger winner Orville (b c 1799 Beningbrough).
 
  Tarrare (GB)
b c 1823 (Catton - Henrietta, by Sir Solomon). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 6.
 
Tartar (GB)
ch c 1743 (Crofts Partner - Meliora, by Fox). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 48.
 
  Taurus (GB)
ch c 1826 (Phantom or Morisco - Katherine, by Soothsayer). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 22. A champion sire in 1841 he got the St James's Palace Stakes winner Boeotian (b c 1835), the German-bred Union-Rennen winner Minotaurus (ch c 1842), the Stewards' Cup winner Turnus (b c 1846) and the Mehl-Mülhens-Rennen winner Salem (b c 1851).
 
  Teazer (GB)
[Old] gr c 1739 (Bolton Starling - Bay Brocklesby, by Crofts Partner). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 23.
 
  Teazer (GB)
[Grisewood's] gr c 1749 (Old Teazer - Mare, by Roundhead). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 100.
 
  Teddington (GB)
ch c 1848 (Orlando - Miss Twickenham, by Rockingham). Sire Line Camel. Family 2-t.
 
Teddy (FR)
b c 1913 (Ajax - Rondeau, by Bay Ronald). Sire Line Bend Or. Family 2-n.
 
  Teddy The Grinder (GB)
b c 1798 (Asparagus - Stargazer, by Highflyer). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 5. His dam won the Doncaster Cup. He sired the Goodwood Cup winner Shoestrings (ch f 1808) and Miss Tooley (b f 1808) the second dam of the Goodwood Cup winner (twice) Harkaway (ch c 1834 Economist).
 
  Ten Broeck (USA)
b c 1872 (Phaeton* - Fanny Holton, by Lexington). Sire Line Pot8os. Family A14. Bred by John Harper and owned by Frank B Harper he was said to resemble the ideal racehorse and had an immensely successful turf career from three to six years, winning the Phoenix Handicap, Blue Ribbon Stakes and Louisville Cup. Among others he sired the Tennessee Derby winner Jim Gray (b c 1883). He was inducted into the American Racing Hall of Fame in 1982.
 
  Terror (GB)
br c 1705c (Acaster Turk - Mare, by Hautboy). Sire Line Acaster Turk. Family 53.
 
  Tetratema (IRE)
gr c 1917 (The Tetrarch - Scotch Gift, by Symington). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 14-a.
 
  Tetrameter (GB)
ch c 1917 (The Tetrarch - Mandola, by Love Wisely). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 5-f.
 
  Teucer (GB)
b c 1769 (Northumberland - Serpent, by Snip). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 71. Bred by Mr Hudson he was owned by Isaac Cape and then by John Hoyle, a trainer at Ashgill, near Middleham, who won several prizes with him including the Royal Plate at York in 1775 prior to his sale to the Marquess of Rockingham. Rockingham sent him to the Marquis de Conflans in France and there he won 100 guinesa at the Plains of Sablon in 1766 along with several other prizes.
 
The Baron (IRE)
ch c 1842 (Birdcatcher - Echidna, by Economist). Sire Line Birdcatcher. Family 24.
 
  The Colonel (GB)
ch c 1825 (Whisker - Mare, by Delpini). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 8-k.
 
  The Cure (GB)
b c 1841 (Physician - Morsel, by Mulatto). Sire Line King Fergus. Family 6-a. Owned by G Salvin he won the Champagne Stakes in 1843. He sired the Ebor Handicap winner El Hakim (b c 1854), the Grand National Steeple Chase winner Jealousy (b f 1854), the Ebor Handicap and Manchester Cup winner Underhand (b c 1854), the Ascot Gold Vase winner Sedbury (b c 1855), the Manchester Cup winner Little Agnes (b f 1856), the July Stakes winner Dictator (b c 1858), the dam of the Middle Park Stakes winner Surinam (br c 1870 Macaroni) and the dam of the Two Thousand Guineas winner The Wizard (b c 1857 West Australian).
 
  The Doctor (GB)
b c 1834 (Doctor Syntax - Belinda, by Blacklock). Sire Line Matchem. Family 21-a. Bred by Humphrey Osbaldeston he was later owned by Mr Knapton, Robert Riddell and Thomas Riddell. He sired the Cambridgeshire winner Raby (b c 1846), the Manchester Cup winner The Black Doctor (bl c 1848), the Union-Rennen winner Carabas (ch c 1852) and the dam of the Cesarewitch winner Dulcibella (br f 1857 Voltigeur).
 
  The Emperor (GB)
ch c 1841 (Defence - Mare, by Reveller). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 5. A winner of the Ascot Gold Cup in 1844 and 1845 he was sent to France in 1850 and there got the Prix du Jockey Club winner Monarque (b c 1852) and the Goodwood Cup winner Baroncino (b c 1852). He died in 1851.
 
The Flying Dutchman (GB)
br c 1846 (Bay Middleton - Barbelle, by Sandbeck). Sire Line Bay Middleton. Family 3-i.
 
  The Ill-Used (GB)*
b c 1870 (Breadalbane - Ellermire, by Chanticleer). Sire Line Stockwell. Family 18-a. He was bred by Colonel Townley. His sire, Breadalbane, a good winner, numbered among his victories the Prince of Wales Stakes at Ascot, and was full-brother to the great racehorse and sire Blair Athol (ch c 1861). His dam, Ellermire, won the Chesterfield Handicap and County Plate at York along with six other races in her two year old season. She is half-sister to the Derby winner Ellington (br c 1853 The Flying Dutchman). The Ill-Used was imported in 1871 by August Belmont of the Nursery Stud in New York and won several races over good fields before retiring to stud. A highly successful sire he numbered among his sons the Belmont Stakes winner Forester (ch c 1879) and the Preakness Stakes winner Jacobus (b c 1880). He got excellent daughters as well: Lady Margaret (ch f 1896) dam of Preakness Stakes winner Margrave (ch c 1893) and Belmont Stakes winner Masterman (ch c 1899); Moss Rose (ch f 1883) dam of Belmont Stakes winner Henry of Navarre (ch c 1891); and Lady Violet (b f 1890) dam of Preakness Stakes winner Watervale (b c 1908).
 
  The Italian (GB)
b c 1847 (Touchstone - Florence, by Velocipede). Sire Line Camel. Family 2-c. Owned by J Meiklam he won the Champagne Stakes in 1849. He sired Vignette (ch f 1857) who did well as a broodmare in Austria-Hungary.
 
  The Libel (GB)
br c 1842 (Pantaloon - Pasquinade, by Camel). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 14-a. He won the 1845 Queen Anne Stakes, the St Leger Stakes at Chester and placed second in the Gold Vase at Ascot. He sired the Cambridgeshire winner Truth (b f 1848), the Railway Stakes winner The Lawyer (br c 1858), the dam of the St Leger winner St. Albans (ch c 1857 Stockwell) and Traducer (b c 1857) who became a popular stallion in New Zealand.
 
  The Marquis (IRE)
[Marquis] ch c 1848 (Birdcatcher - Ellen, by Birdcatcher or Apollo). Sire Line Birdcatcher. Family 24. He won three races as a two year ols including the Anglesey Stakes, four Queen's Plates as a three year old, four races as well as the Dee Stand Cup as a four year old and one race as a five year old. He sired Blood Royal (ch c 1859) who in turn sired the Grand National Steeple Chase winner Empress (ch f 1875).
 
  The Merry Monarch (GB)
b c 1842 (Slane - The Margravine, by Little John). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 5-a. Bred by William Gratwicke he won the Derby Stakes in 1845. He sired Princess (bbr f 1849) the dam of the Nasau Stakes winner Bertha (ch f 1859 Stockwell).
 
Theodore (GB)
b c 1819 (Woful - Mare, by Coriander). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 2-t.
 
The Peer (GB)
b c 1855 (Melbourne - Cinizelli, by Touchstone). Sire Line Matchem. Family 2-b. A contributor to the development of bloodstock breeding in New Zealand and Australia he sired Darebin* (br c 1878).
 
  The Prime Warden (GB)
b c 1834 (Cadland - Zarina, by Morisco). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 17. In England he got the Yorkshire Oaks winner The Argosy (b f 1841) along with the dam of the Manchester and Chester Cups winner Ben Webster (b c 1857 Barnton), she also the dam of the Manchester and Goodwood Cups winner Isoline (ch f 1860 Ethelbert), the latter the grandam of the great Isonomy (b c 1875 Sterling). He was sent to France in 1847 where he sired the Prix de Diane winner Geologie (b f 1856) as well as the dam of the Grand Prix de Paris winner Glaneur (b c 1866 Buckthorn) and the very good racehorse Light (b c 1856).
 
  The Provost (GB)
br c 1836 (The Saddler - Rebecca, by Lottery). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 4-b. He sired the Manchester Cup winner Paquetta (bl f 1848), the German-bred Cambridgeshire winner Scherz (b c 1851), Hybla (b f 1846) the dam of the Oaks winner Mincemeat (b f 1851 Sweetmeat) and the Derby winner Kettledrum (ch c 1858 Rataplan), and Maid of Hart (br f 1846) the dam of the Prix de Diane winner Etoile du Nord (b f 1855 The Baron) and the Manchester Cup winner Monseignor (ch c 1867 Orphelin).
 
The Saddler (GB)
br c 1828 (Waverley - Castrellina, by Castrel). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 3-h.
 
  The Satrap (GB)
gr c 1924 (The Tetrarch - Scotch Gift, by Symington). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 14-a.
 
  The Squaw (FR)
b f 1939 (Sickle - Minnewaska, by Blandford). Sire Line Phalaris. Family 9-h. Bred in France by Joseph E Widener, Minnewaska was brought to the USA in 1938 to be bred to Sickle. Sent back to the Widener farm in France she foaled The Squaw. As a yearling, The Squaw was 'requisitioned' by the German Army shortly after its occupation of France began in 1940. Taken to Germany, she raced there and was a winner at 3 in Berlin. Retired to Gestüt Altefeld, she was bred to Mirza (FR 1935 by Blenheim) then to Bubbles (FR 1925 La Farina), producing a filly by each. Altefeld was liberated by the US Army in early 1945. With The Squaw's American ownership recognized, she and her 1945 filly were returned to the Widener Farm in France. There The Squaw was bred to Dogat (FR 1940 Rodosto) in the spring of 1946 and then shipped to the USA, where she was registered as The Squaw II, and sold that summer at Keeneland to Dimitri Djordjadze, one-time owner of Princequillo. The Squaw would spend the remainder of her breeding years as an exclusive consort of Princequillo. From that cross came classic winners How, winner of the 1951 Kentucky Oaks and Coaching Club American Oaks, and Cherokee Rose, winner of the 1954 CCA Oaks, as well as the 1955 Spinaway Stakes winner Sequoia. Bred to Roman, How produced stakes winner and 1967 Broodmare of the Year Pocahontas, dam of Preakness winner Tom Rolfe. Cherokee Rose was the second dam of the Champion Sprinter and useful sire Ack Ack (b c 1966 Battle Joined - Fast Turn by Turn-To). Bred to Pretense, Sequoia produced the classic competitor and Santa Anita Derby winner Sham (b c 1970).
 
The Tetrarch (IRE)
gr c 1911 (Roi Herode - Vahren, by Bona Vista). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 2-o.
 
Thormanby (GB)
ch c 1857 (Melbourne or Windhound - Alice Hawthorn, by Muley Moloch). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 4-f.
 
  Thunderbolt (GB)
bl c 1806 (Sorcerer - Wowski, by Mentor). Sire Line Matchem. Family 18. Bred by Sir Charles Bunbury his turf career was curtailed by injury. Said to stand over 16 hands, with great bone and enormous power most of his offspring were well regarded as runners. He sired the Chester Cup winner Hymettus (br c 1820), Brandy Bet (ch f 1829) the dam of the Cesarewitch and Chester Cup winner Cruiskeen (ch f 1834 Sir Hercules) and Alarm* (b f 1820) ancestress of the Kentucky Oaks winner Liatunah (b f 1876 John Morgan).
 
  Thunderbolt (GB)
ch c 1857 (Stockwell - Cordelia, by Red Deer). Sire Line Stockwell. Family 11. Said to resemble his sire although he was a bit on the leg. He won eleven races during four years on the turf. His stock was said to have fine size and bone. He sired the Lincolnshire Handicap winner Vulcan (b c 1864), the Stewards' Cup winner Sister Helen (b f 1868), the Ascot Gold Vase winner Thunder (b c 1870), the Park Hill stakes winner Peace (b f 1876), the Prix du Cadran winner Krakatoa (b c 1884), Madeira (ch f 1873) the dam of the Cambridgeshire and Prix Royal Oak winner Alicante (ch f 1887 Hermit) and Chilham (ch f 1867) the dam of the Oesterreichisches Derby winner Taurus (ch c 1879 Scottish Chief).
 
  Tifter (GB)
c 1710c (Thoulouse Barb - Parsons' Cream Cheeks, by Spanker - Mare, by Hautboy). Sire Line Thoulsouse Barb. For an explanation of his pedigree please see Family 6-a. Bred by Sir John Parsons he was sometimes called Tifter-of-Warwick. He sired Scarborough Colt (bl c 1724), and the dam of Old Standard (b c 1736 Young Belgrade) who was also called Bashaw.
 
  Tim (GB)
b c 1752 (Squirt - Sister To Bajazet, by Godolphin Arabian). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 21.
 
Timoleon (USA)
ch c 1814 (Sir Archy - Mare, by Saltram). Sire Line King Herod. Family A24.
 
  Tiresias (GB)
br c 1816 (Soothsayer - Pledge, by Waxy). Sire Line Matchem. Family 1-e. Bred by the 4th Duke of Portland he was described as a sound, powerful horse. He won the Derby, Newmarket and Palace Stakes. He sired the Champagne Stakes winner Bud (b c 1827), Thebes (br f 1824) the dam of the St James's Palace Stakes winner Boeotian (b c 1835 Taurus) and Urganda (ch f 1825) the dam of the Gimcrack Stakes winner Aaron Smith (b c 1848 Simoom).
 
  Tomboy (GB)
b c 1829 (Jerry - Mare, by Ardrossan). Sire Line Matchem. Family 8. A winner of twelve races including the Doncaster Cup in 1834 he sired the St Leger winner Nutwith (b c 1840), the Manchester Cup winner Trueboy (br c 1840), the Woodcote Stakes winner Gipsy Queen (b f 1840), the Champagne Stakes winner Lancashire Witch (ch f 1842), the unnamed mare (br f 1838) who was the dam of the Gimcrack, Great Yorkshire, and Park Hill Stakes winner Ellerdale (br f 1844 Lanercost), the latter the dam of the Derby winner Ellington (br c 1853 The Flying Dutchman) and the Oaks winner Summerside (br f 1859 West Australian), and Priscilla Tomboy (br f 1839) the dam of the St Leger winner Saucebox (b c 1852 St. Lawrence).
 
Tom Fool (USA)
b c 1949 (Menow - Gaga, by Bull Dog). Sire Line Phalaris. Family 3-j.
 
  Tom Tug (GB)
[Tugg] b c 1777 (King Herod - Legacy, by Ancaster's Young Snip). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 1. Bred by Mr Shafto he was first called Rover. Sent to Ireland he was a very popular stallion. Among others he sired the good winner and stallion Commodore (ch c 1793).
 
  Torismond (GB)
gr c 1739 (Bolton Starling - Miss Partner, by Crofts Partner). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk. Family 4.
 
  Toss (GB)
b c 1822 (Bourbon - Mare, by Gohanna). Sire Line Matchem. Family 3. A half-brother to Tramp (b c 1810 Dick Andrews) he was sent to Australia in 1828 where he contributed to the establishment of Colonial Family C8.
 
Touchstone (GB)
br c 1831 (Camel - Banter, by Master Henry). Sire Line Camel. Family 14-a.
 
  Tournament (GB)
b c 1854 (Touchstone - Happy Queen, by Venison). Sire Line Camel. Family 12-a. A winner of the Stewards' Cup in 1857 he sired the Manchester Cup winner Retrousse (b c 1863). Sent to France he sired the Prix Lupin winner Sabre (b c 1871), the Prix de Diane winner Tyrolienne (b f 1872) and Gladia (b f 1874) the dam of the Middle Park Stakes winner Gouverneur (ch c 1888 Energy) and the Prix Royal Oak winner Gouvernail (ch c 1891 The Bard).
 
  Tournament (USA)
b c 1887 (Sir Modred* - Plaything, by Alarm). Sire Line Buzzard. Family A11. Owned by George Hearst he won the Lawrence Realization Stakes and the Jerome Handicap. He sired the Dwyer Stakes winner Petrucchio (br g 1897) and Nethersole (br f 1898) the third dam of the Metropolitan Handicap winner and stallion Questionnaire (b c 1927 Sting) and ancestress of the stallion Spy Song (br c 1943 Balladier).
 
  Traducer (GB)
br c 1857 (The Libel - Arethusa, by Elis). Sire Line Buzzard. Family 20-a. Sent to Harris & Innes at Canterbury, New Zealand in 1862 he sired nine New Zealand Derby winners including Sir Modred* (b c 1877). He died in June of 1880.
 
Tramp (GB)
b c 1810 (Dick Andrews - Mare, by Gohanna). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 3.
 
Tranby (GB)
br c 1826 (Blacklock - Mare, by Orville). Sire Line King Fergus. Family 21.
 
  Transit (GB)
ch c 1766 (Marske - Mare, by Regulus). Sire Line Darley Arabian. Family 9.
 
Traveller (GB)
[Old] b c 1735 (Crofts Partner - Sister to Spinner, by Almanzor). Sire Line Byerley Turk. Family 37.
 
Traveller (GB)
b c 1785 (Highflyer - Sister to Proserpine, by Henricus). Sire Line Highflyer. Family 11.
 
Trentham (GB)
b c 1766 (Gower's Sweepstakes - Miss South, by South). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 5.
 
Tristan (GB)
ch c 1878 (Hermit - Thrift, by Stockwell). Sire Line Camel. Family 10-d.
 
  Tros (GB)
br c 1836 (Priam - Ally, by Partisan). Sire Line Beningbrough. Family 12. A half-brother to Nuncio (br c 1839 Plenipotentiary) he was sent to Australia and there sired Cassandra (gr f 1841) the dam of the good stallion Yattendon (br c 1861 Sir Hercules).
 
  Troubadour (USA)
b c 1882 (Lisbon - Glenluine, by Glenelg). Sire Line Pot8os. Family 6-a. He was bred by Joseph Swigert, and later owned by Captain S S Brown of Pittsburgh. Described as a dark bay with a crescent-shaped star, a snip on his nose, and with four white feet, his head was said to be plain, and his shoulders, splendid. At two he won the Barrett, Criterion, Kimball and Sensation Stakes. At three he won the Charles Green, Palmer House and St Louis St Leger Stakes. At four he won the Suburban Handicap and beat Miss Woodford in a match. At five he won the Monmouth Cup and Ocean Stakes. In the stud he got the Kentucky Derby winner Lookout (ch c 1890), the Lawrence Realization winner Daily America (b c 1890) and Ethel Pace (b f 1898) the dam of the Hopeful stakes winner Leonardo (br c 1918 Sweep).
 
  True Blue (GB)
gr c 1710 (Honywood's Arabian - Mare, by Byerley's Turk). Sire Line Honywood's Arabian. Family 3.
Bred by Sir Philip Honywood and a full brother to Young True Blue (gr c 1718), he was described by the General Stud Book as the "best Plate horse in England, for four or five years" [GSB 1:391]. In 1715 he finished 5th for the Ladies Plate at York, won by Sir William Strickland's Chaunter, although he was "much out of condition, and ran with scoperills in him" [Pick 1: 92]. In 1716 he won the King's Gold Cup at York, beating "easy" Chaunter and 5 others. In 1719 he won £40 at York beating "easy" Mr Darley's Aleppo and Mr Ascough's Castaway. He is also said to have won King's Plates at Nottingham, Lincoln and Newmarket, along with other plates and prizes. He left no known offspring.
 
Truffle (GB)
[Old] b c 1808 (Sorcerer - Hornby Lass, by Buzzard). Sire Line Matchem. Family 1-a.
 
Trumpator (GB)
bl c 1782 (Conductor - Brunette, by Squirrel). Sire Line Matchem. Family 14.
 
  Trumpeter (GB)
ch c 1856 (Orlando - Cavatina, by Redshank). Sire Line Camel. Family 1-o.
 
  Trunnion (GB)
b c 1747 (Cade - Meynell, by Crofts Partner). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 12-c.
 
  Trustee (GB)
ch c 1829 (Catton - Emma, by Whisker). Sire Line Eclipse. Family 7-a. Bred by Mr Ridsdale he was imported in 1835 by Captain Stockton, United States Navy, of New Jersey. He was a half-brother to Cotherstone (b c 1840 Touchstone) who won the 2000 Guineas Stakes. In America he sired Revenue (b c 1843), a leading sire, and Fashion (ch f 1837), the mare who beat Boston. He died in New York in 1856.
 
  Tryal (GB)
ch c 1742 (Bolton Looby). Sire Line Darcy's White Turk.
 
  Turf (GB)
b c 1760 (Matchem - Mare, by Ancaster Starling). Sire Line Matchem. Family 14.
 
  Turk (GB)
b c 1763 (Regulus - Mare, by Crab). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 39.
   
 
 
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