Family 58

English Families

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PLACE'S WHITE TURK MARE (GB) f 1685c Place's White Turk
     Selaby Turk Mare (GB) f 1695c Selaby Turk
          Hutton's Barb Mare (GB) f 1710c Hutton's Grey Barb
               Coneyskins Mare (GB) f 1720c Coneyskins (GB)
                    Snake Mare (GB) f 1730c Snake [Lister's] (GB)
                         Rib Mare (GB) f 1750c Rib (GB)
                              Royal George (GB) b c 1760 Young Cade (GB)
                              Regulus Mare (GB) f 1765c Regulus (GB)
                                   Herod Mare (GB) b f 1779 King Herod (GB)
                                   |     Hopeful (GB) b f 1800 Sir Peter Teazle (GB)
                                   |          Shuttle Mare (GB) b f 1807 Shuttle (GB)
                                   |               Dick Andrews Mare (GB) ch f 1812 Dick Andrews (GB)
                                   |               |    Cinderella (GB) ch f 1822 Walton (GB)
                                   |               |         Maid of Monton (GB) ch f 1834 Recovery (GB)
                                   |               |              Lancashire Lass (GB) b f 1850 Gameboy (GB)
                                   |               |                   Lady De Trafford (GB) br f 1861 Longbow (GB)
                                   |               |                        Wilmslow (GB) b c 1868 Macaroni (GB)
                                   |               Lady Of The Vale (GB) ch f 1817 Mowbray (GB)
                                   |                    Phantom Mare (GB) ch f 1823 Phantom (GB)
                                   |                    |     The Lawyer's Lady (GB) ch f 1837c Perion (GB)
                                   |                    |          Chief Justice (GB) ch c 1847 The Hydra (GB)
                                   |                    Mrs. Rye (GB) ch f 1825 Octavian (GB)
                                   |                         Wizard Of The North (GB) ch c 1837 Velocioede (GB)
                                   Admiral (GB) b c 1782c Goldfinder (GB)

ROYAL GEORGE Will Cover this Season, At Jesmond, near Newcastle upon Tyne, at One Guinea a Mare, and Half a Crown the Groom. Royal George is fifteen hands high: he was got by Young Cade, his dam by Rib, his grandam by Old Snake, his great grandam by Coney Skins, his great great grandam by Hutton`s Barb, his great great great grandam by Marshall`s Turk, his great great great great grandam by Place`s White Turk, which mare was bred by the late Mr Hutton of Marsh [sic]. Royal George is the sire of Mr Coulson`s mare Princess Royal, who won 1000 guinea match at Newcastle upon Tyne, was second at York for a sweepstakes of 700 guineas, won the great sweepstakes at Carlisle and the four-year-old plate at Morpeth last year, being the first of Royal George`s get, and the only one that has started.—Good grass for Mares and proper care taken of them; the money to be paid at the time of covering, or when the Mares are taken away [Newcastle Courant, No 5082. Saturday, February 19, 1774].

ADMIRAL. THIS beautiful and thorough bred Racer, imported from Old England, will Cover this season at Mr Isaac Shute`s, on York Island, between the 3 and 4 mile stone, on the Bloomingdale road, for eight dollars, each mare, the season: He is a sure foal getter, his stock fine and large. Admiral is upwards of fifteen hands high; for carriage, activity, and movements, equal to any horse in America; his colour dark bay; his pedigree heretoannexed, as taken from the racing calendars and certificate given by Mr Bond, his breeder, will entitle him, to contend for racing blood with any horse in the world. Admiral was got by Goldfinder, whose pedigree appears in the calendar for the year 1783, page 316; his dam by Regulus; grand dam by Rib; g grand dam by Old Snake; g g grand dam by Coneyskins; g g g grand dam by Hutton`s Barb; g g g g grand dam by Marshal`s Turk; g g g g g grand dam by Place`s White Turk of noted memory. For further particulars, see the racing calendars. ☞ Pasturing at the place of covering, at 3 s 6 d per week, and proper attendance to mares. N York, March 26, 1794 [Greenleaf`s New York Journal, 4-19-1794].