The breeds of live stock, and the principles of heredity (1887) (14758141606)



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Ben Lomond, the English shire horse

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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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ENGLISH SHIRE HORSE BEN LOMOND. Color, steel-gray; foaled 1881; got by Big Ben (Harrisons), sonof Forshaws Ben Lomond; dam Shy Nottingham by Bold Lincoln(231); 2d dam Flower by Brown Tom (343). Bred by GeorgeHarrison, of Nottinghamshire, England; imported 1883 by BurgessBros., Winona, 111., and owned by T. J. Patterson, Farm Ridge, 111.Engraved from a sketch made by Burk September, 1883. Amongother prizes Ben Lomond won first in the three-year-old ring forClydesdale and Shire horses at the Illinois State Fair of 1884. (148)
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CHAPTER VI. CLYDESDALE HORSES. To recount the origin of the Clydesdale breed, now so popularand so extensively diffused throughout the United States, wouldsimply be to recapitulate much of what has been written in the pre-ceding pages concerning the origin of the draft breeds of England,for they have been evolved from the same original stock and bysubstantially the same course of selection and breeding. We havethe same origin for both breeds in the great Black horse breed ofFlanders. We hear of their introduction first in Lanarkshire, theoriginal home of the Clydesdale breed, when William, Earl ofDouglas (one of the ancestors of the Duke of Hamilton, who in lateryears became so famous as a breeder of Clydesdales), obtained anespecial edict of safe conduct from King Edward I to take tengrooms and ten large horses from certain places in Scotland tocertain places in Teviotdale in the Kings dominions. This safeconduct was issued July i, 1352, and is the earliest positive mentionwe have of

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