The Farmer's magazine (1846) (14802922983)



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Identifier: farmersmagazine21346lond (find matches)
Title: The Farmer's magazine
Year: 1834 (1830s)
Subjects: Agriculture
Publisher: (London : Rogerson and Tuxford
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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about by Or-ville—Minstrel by Sir Peter—Matron by Florizel—Maiden. Echidna, who never appeared on active ser\ice, isquite a young mother, the Baron we believe, beingher son and heir; though not having the lastvolume of the Stud-book at our ell)ow, we dont sayso on authority. Birdcatcher, the sire of the Baron, winner of theSt. Leger this season, is own brother to Foig-a- ballagh, winner of it last, being by Sir Hercules,out of the celebrated Guiccioh by Bob Booty, outof Fhght, by Escape, now perhaps considered thebest brood mare in the world. As a race-horseBirdcatcher will always rank high, though unfor-tunately, as far as absolute success went, his ever-ready and able opponent was generally found in theinvincible Harkaway; while, as a stallion. OhDont, Micky Free, Honest Ned, The Cook, Bea-trice, Ballinkeele, The Poacher, and that very pro-mising two-year-old, Osprey, assist the Baron indoing the paternal honours, and convincing thesporting public that all of em can run a bit.
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THE FARMERS MAGAZINE. 209 In colour the Baron is a very dark cheKnut, witlione white heel and a star in the forehead, in heightabout fifteen hands three inches. He has a longhead, with very projecting forehead (not what istermed Roman nose, for it dips in and becomesvery tajier), his neck rather short, straight, andlight; his shoulders—perhaps his most strikingfeature—very beautiful; withers high, and slioul-ders particularly oblicpie. Large fore-ribs, butback-ril)s short, loins arched, quarters drooping ;very full in the gaskins ; good arms and thighs,but on rather a high leg. He is altogether a wiry. useful-looking animal, but by no means carryinganything particularly striking in his ap))earance.In the stable he is as ((uiet as a lamb. Mr. Watt, the owner and breeder of the Baron,is better known in his own country, in Dubhn, andonthe Curragh, as Wattthe Veterinary, a cogno-men denoting the high rank he holds in that pro-fession. On the turf, too, he has always beenpretty forward

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