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Romul (Yu)

Romul (ch.c. 1939) by Spiridion 2nd - Rumba by Idomeneus. Family 4.

Winner of the Yugoslav Derby and Yugoslav Saint Leger in 1942. Pictured winning Bosko Jugovic Race for 2yo in 1941. Lost in WW2.

Kincsem (ch.f. 1874 Cambuscan)
  Ollyan-Nincs (b.f. 1883 Buccaneer) ..... Magyar St. Leger, Szent Laszlo dij
    Szende (b.f. 1889 Ruperra)
      Szentenczia (ch.c. 1894 Morgan) ..... Trial Stakes
      Szemermes (ch.f. 1900 Bona Vista)
      | Szerencse (b.f. 1916 Kahlenberg)
      |   Sfarleaza (b.f. 1923 Chilperic) ..... Premiul Dianei
      |   Satrap (br.c. 1926 Predicateur) ..... Derby Roman
      Szalonka (b.f. 1903 Dunure)
        Robinette (ch.f. 1908 King Rob)
        | Parola (ch.f. 1924 Pazman) ..... Oesterreichisches Stutenpreis
        Szegfu (ch.f. 1914 Fantome)
          Rumenka (ch.f. 1925 Chilperic)
            Rumba (ch.f. 1931 Idomeneus)
              Romul (ch.c. 1939 Spiridion 2nd) ..... Jugoslovenski Derbi
              Ramurica (ch.f. 1942 Simplon)
                Ramurea (b.f 1948 Cordon Rouge)
                  Rozica (b.f. 1957 Fantastic) ..... Premiul Dianei

Rumba, the dam of Romul, is entered in pre-WW2 Yugoslavia Stud Book as barren in 1940, after which there is no trace of her in post-WW2 Stud Books. Both Rumba and Romul were presumed lost in WW2.

Simplon entered the stud in Yugoslavia in 1939, and his last foals are recorded in the Stud Book in 1945.

Ramurica, a daughter of Rumba, is listed in Toru Shirai's Family Tables of Racehorses as being foaled in 1942, and sired by Simplon. It seems that Rumba was covered by Simplon and then sent from Yugoslavia to Romania, where she entered the stud.

In Romania Ramurica produced Ramurea, who in turn produced Rozica, thus continuing the line of the famous Kincsem.

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