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The breeds of live stock, and the principles of heredity (1887) (14594603117)
 

 

 

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The trotting horse Phallas

Identifier: breedsoflivestoc00sand (find matches)
Title: The breeds of live stock, and the principles of heredity ..
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Authors: Sanders, James Harvey, 1832-1899. (from old catalog)
Subjects: Livestock
Publisher: Chicago, J. H. Sanders publishing company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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TROTTING HORSE PHALLAS. Color, bay; foaled 1877; got by Dictator, son of Rysdyks Ham-bletonian; dam by Clark Chief, son of Mambrino Chief; 2d damby Ericsson, son of Mambrino Chief. Bred by H. C. McDowell,Lexington, Ky.; owned by J. I. Case, Racine, Wis. Engraved aftera sketch from life by Cross, showing the horse at seven years old.His trotting record of a mile in 2:13^, July 14, 1884, has neverbeen beaten or equaled by a stallion but once, and then it wasbeaten only by a quarter of a second. Phallas combines in his ped-igree the blood of the Hambletonian and Mambrino Chief families,being especially in-bred to the latter. His sire Dictator is one ofthe most highly-prized sons of Rysdyks Hambletonian, and is fullbrother to Dexter, the most famous trotting horse of his day. (102)
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TROTTING HORSE HEROD. Color, black; foaled 1866; got by King Herod, son of ShermanBlack Hawk; dam by Green Mountain Boy, son of Vermont BlackHawk; 2d dam by Gifford Morgan. Bred by James Brooks, Ossian,la.; owned by M. T. Grattan, Preston, Minn. Engraved after asketch from life by Burk, taken when the horse was in his twentiethyear. This horse, when eighteen years old, made a public trottingrecord of 2:24^, and is undoubtedly one of the best, if not thevery best, living representatives of the Morgan trotting family. Asthe Sherman Morgan mentioned above was a son of Vermont BlackHawk, the most famous Morgan stallion of his day, and GreenMountain Boy was also by the same sire, and Herods second damby Gifford Morgan, it will be seen that he is strongly in-bred tothis popular and valuable family of trotting horses. Vermont BlackHawk and Gifford Morgan were both grandsons of Justin Morgan,the founder of the Morgan family of horses. (io4)

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