The breeds of live stock, and the principles of heredity (1887) (14777975691)



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The trotting horse Wilkomont

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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
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TROTTING HORSE WILKOMONT. Color, chestnut; foaled 1881; got by Almont Pilot, son of Almont;dam Wanita by George Wilkes; 2d dam Vienna by Berkleys EdwinForrest. Bred and owned by E. A. Smith, Lawrence, Kan. En-graved after a sketch from life by Burk, showing the horse at fouryears old. Wilkomont has the Hambletonian and Mambrino Chiefblood through his grandsire Almont, who was a grandson of Rys-dyks Hambletonian, and whose dam was by Mambrino Chief. Healso has the Hambletonian and Clay blood through his dam (Wanita)by George Wilkes, one of the most famous of Hambletonian sires. (4)
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CHAPTER IV. ENGLISH AND FRENCH COACH HORSES. CLEVELAND BAYS. Many years ago, before the advent of the railway, there wasrecognized in England a breed of horses called Cleveland Bays; butwith the general application of steam to the uses of locomotion thebreed fell into disuse, and nearly all English authors with whom Iam conversant who have written within the past thirty years uponthe horses of Great Britain have treated the breed as extinct.Within the past three or four years, however, there has been adetermined effort on the part of Yorkshire breeders to gather upwhatever may yet be remaining of this once popular blood and toresuscitate the breed. To this end a society was organized abouttwo years ago, and Vol. I of the Cleveland Bay Stud Book has beenissued as a result of this effort. Following modern English authors and the English agriculturalpress, I have repeatedly within the past ten years expressed theopinion that the Cleveland Bays were no longer regarded as adistinct breed i

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