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  • OLD BALD PEG...ONE OF THE EARLIEST TAPROOT MARES
    From Family Number 6...
    A continuation of the Historic Foundation Lineage of Nearctic, Rock Hard Ten & Black Onyx

    OLD BALD PEG
    Foaled: circa 1635
    Pedigree: A Barb stallion-Possibly named Sultan (161X? grey) x a grey Barb Mare-GB noted as Family Number 6 (circa 1612?)
    Background: Listed as a chestnut mare of pure Oriental breeding. Old Bald Peg is one of the earliest tap-root dams. Most if not all modern Thoroughbred trace their ancestry to her through one or both sides of their pedigree. Old Bald Peg first appears in the General Stud Book in the entry for her daughter, the Old Morocco Mare (circa 1656f). Old Bald Peg's name indicates that she had extensive white markings, possibly a blaze (bald face). Unfortunately, nothing else is known about her.

    Famous Offspring:
    OLD MOROCCO MARE-GB: A grey 1655 or 1656 filly by the Fairfax Morocco Barb-GB (circa 1633 grey). Old Morocco Mare was also known as Grey Peg. She was bred and owned by Lord Fairfax, Helmsley Stud. She had 4 foals. They are known as Spanker-GB (circa 1670) -a famous racehorse and sire, Young Bald Peg (circa 1673) by the Leedes Arabian, a filly called Spanker Mare-GB (1675) by her own son, Spanker and Sister To Spanker-GB (circa 1674) by Darcy's Yellow Turk. There are no images available of Old Morocco Mare.

    Descendants of Family Number 6:
    English Oaks Winners:
    1792: Volante (1789f bay)
    1793: Caelia (1790f brown)
    1801: Eleanor (1798f bay)
    1819: Shoveler (1816f bay)
    1829: Green Mantle (1826f bay)
    1975: Juliette Marny (1972f bay)
    1979: Scintillate (1976f bay)
    1996: Lady Carla (1993f bay)
    2009: Sariska (2006f bay)

    Other Notable Family Number 6 Descendants:
    English Derby Winners
    1780: Diomed (1777c chestnut)
    1801: Eleanor (1798f bay)
    1933: Hyperion (1930c chestnut)
    1974: Snow Knight (1971c chestnut)

    20th Century English Leger Winners:
    1933: Hyperion (1930c chestnut)
    1940: Turkhan (1937c bay)
    1978: Julio Mariner (1975c bay)

    Other 20th Century famous names from Family Number 6:
    Bold Venture (1933c chestnut): Won the 1936 Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. His sons Middleground and Assault also won the Kentucky Derby as well.
    Count Fleet (1940c brown): Winner of the American Triple Crown and 1943 HOY. His top broodmares were dams of Kelso, Prince John and Quill.
    Hyperion (1930c chestnut): Standing only 15.1-1/2 hh & tempermental, he won 9 of his 13 races including the English Derby and the St. Leger. He was an extremely influential 20th century sire
    Old Rosebud (1911g bay): His record time for the 1914 Kentucky Derby endured until Twenty Grand won it in 1917. He was the leading U.S. Handicap money winner. He raced until he was 11 (1922) until he broke down in a race and had to be put down.
    Selene (1919f bay): She didn't race in the Classics because she was small but won 16 out of 22 races). She had 15 foals including Sickle, Hyperion and Pharamond II.

    There are many more outstanding champion bloodlines from this foundation family lineage I did not list above:
    http://www.tbheritage.com/HistoricDams/EngFoundationMares/Family6/Family6.html

    Old Bald Peg
    Note: The image shown is believed to be Old Bald Peg as a foal with her grey Family Number 6 dam.
    image From Sport Horse Data
    Stats from Sport Horse Data, Wikipedia and TB Heritage
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoroughbred_breeding_theories
  • We are going back to foundation mares and families.:)
  • FROM PENELOPE'S DAMSIRE LINEAGE...
    CYPRON...THE DAM OF (KING) HEROD!

    A continuation of the Historic Foundation Lineage of Nearctic, Rock Hard Ten & Black Onyx

    Refer to Penelope's Pedigree Chart earlier used to review Brunette shown on page 61:
    image
    CYPRON-GB
    Foaled: 1750 bay
    Pedigree: Blaze-GB (1733 bay) x Salome-GB (1733 blk) by Bethells Arabian (1710)
    Background: Her dam Salome's tail female lineage traces back to the Darley Arabian Mare (birthdate not provided). She was owned by the Duke of Cumberland's stud farm in Windsor Park, Berkshire. She is famed as the dam of Herod-GB (1774 bay colt)

    Famous Offspring:
    imageKing Herod-From TB Heritage

    KING HEROD-GB: A 1758 bay colt by Tartar-GB (1743 chestnut) from family number 26 (The Byerley Turk Sire Line). King Herod was a successful racehorse and the leading sire (1777-1784) in Great Britain. King Herod was started in racing when he was 5 years old in 1763 in which he won a race at Newmarket over the Beacon course of about 4 miles! In 1764, he won another 4-mile race at Ascot and a match against Antinous over the Beacon course at Newmarket. In 1765, after his owner the Duke of Cumberland died and his bloodstock dispersed, King Herod was sold to Sir John Moore and stayed in training. In 1766, Herod returned to the races as an 8-year old and was again victorious over Antinous. However, his career declined thereafter losing to Ascham and later to Turf. In August of 1766, in a race at York, he bled and finished last. He returned in early 1767 and was beaten at Newmarket by Bay Malton, but defeated Ascham. In 1767, he was retired to stud for Sir John Moore at Neather Hall. His stud fee was 10 guineas. His first crop son was Florizel (1768c-bay), an outstanding racehorse (won 16 of 23 starts). Florizel was to become the sire of Diomed! King Herod is his proper name but is frequently called simply "Herod".

    This is King Herod's Pedigree Chart originating from the Byerley Turk on the sireline and the Darley Arabian from her dam, Cypron's bloodline.
    This is King Herod's Pedigree Chart originating from the Byerley Turk on the sireline and the Darley Arabian from her dam, Cypron's bloodline.
    image From Allbreed Pedigree

    Trivia: During the dispersal upon Duke Cumberland's death, also at the dispersal auction where King Herod was sold, was a yearling colt later to be named Eclipse. The yearling Eclipse went to William Wildman for 75 guineas.

    Cypron
    image Image from www.bloodlines.net

    Below: Here is the entire painting of Cypron and her offspring, her 10th foal Sejanus is lying at her feet. Thais and the St. Quentin Mare (with her colt Senlis) are next to her. Drone and Dunce are in exercise rugs in the background and King Herod to the right, partially off the painting.
    image Image from TB Heritage
    Stats from Bloodlines.net, TB Heritage, Pedigree Query
  • Since my image hosting site is down this week. I won't be able to access/upload images from the site for now.

    In the meantime, I want to thank all of you for your patience in tracing deep back into the history of thoroughbred breeding. So far...it has been an interesting journey back to the foundation lineage of Nearctic, Rock Hard Ten & Black Onyx which traces back to all three well known foundation sires: The Godolphin Arabian, Byerley Turk and the Darley Arabian. And I might add...to a foundation mare lineage of Old Bald Peg and her dam from family number 6. :oD

    Up next...From Alice Hawthorn's damsire lineage (see 9/4/15 entry on page 61), the dam of Eclipse: Spilleta
  • Looking forward to it! As always, must gratitude, Paniolo_Gal. :)
  • Looking forward to it! As always, must gratitude, Paniolo_Gal. :)
    Thanks for hanging in there with me. :oD Between my heavy workload and my image hosting site being down this week...greatly appreciate everyone's patience!❤
  • Of course -- this is truly a treat to read. :) Please don't ever feel rushed to post. <3
  • Paniolo_Gal, Thank you for all this wonderful pedigree information. I have enjoyed reading and processing all the information you have shared with us. Your work is greatly appreciated. :-)
  • MORE ON THE ANCESTRAL LINEAGE OF ALICE HAWTHORN-GB (1838)
    Refer to Molly Desmond on page 60 and Alice Hawthorn on page 61...
    A continuation of the Historic Foundation Lineage of Nearctic, Rock Hard Ten & Black Onyx

    Before I proceed on reviewing Eclipse's dam, Spilletta, please refer to the pedigree chart of Alice Hawthorne who had Eclipse appear 3 times in her ancestral lineage among other lineage ancestors. The dam of Alice Hawthorne's sire, Muley Moloch-GB (1830) is Nancy-GB (1813) who will be reviewed before Spilletta.

    Click directly on the chart to get a better enlargement.
    The Pedigree Chart of Alice Hawthorn-GB
    image From Allbreed Pedigree

    UP NEXT…NANCY
  • THE ANCESTRAL LINEAGE OF ALICE HAWTHORNE
    A continuation of the Historic Foundation Lineage of Nearctic, Rock Hard Ten & Black Onyx

    NANCY-GB
    Foaled: 1813
    Pedigree: Dick Andrews-GB (1797) x Spitfire-GB (1800) by Beningbrough-GB (1791)
    Background: A bay mare from family number 9-c. Bred by former jockey, Tom Goodisson. Nancy had 6 foals for F. Walker including Longwaist, a winner of many races. She had a few more for the notorious Jack Mytton and was eventually bought by Nowell in 1825 during the dispersal of Mytton's stud and stables. Nancy was bred 12 more times for Nowell including 7 offspring by Muley. Most of her Muley offspring won. One of her Muley fillies was Britannia (1834) who became an important broodmare. However, Muley Moloch-GB (1930c) was by far the best of this cross with Muley.

    Famous Offspring:
    imageMuley Moloch-from TB Heritage

    MULEY MOLOCH: A brown colt by Muley-GB (1810). Unlike some of Muley's fillies and colts, the dark rich brown Muley Moloch was a tall horse who stood 16.3 hands with a powerful, muscular build like his sire. He had a striking presence and had an excellent temperament. Muley Moloch was purchased by William Henry Vane (3rd Earl of Darlington) for 180 guineas. Muley Moloch won easily at one, two and four mile races. He had speed and of 16 races, he won 11.

    Muley Moloch is best known as the sire of champion Alice Hawthorn (1838f) who won over 50 races out of 70 starts. Alice Hawthorn was reviewed earlier and is the "f" line of the Bruce Lowe Female Family number 4, 4-e. She produced one of the best colts of his generation-Thormanby (1857) who became a leading sire. Alice Hawthorn's bloodline tail-female descendants can still be found today.

    More details on Nancy and Muley Moloch: http://www.tbheritage.com/Portraits/MuleyMoloch.html

    Nancy-GB
    image From Sport Horse Data
    Stats from TB Heritage, Sport Horse Data, Pedigree Query
  • Those funny old portraits. Horses look like they are flying. Degas was a bit better at capturing some strides, but his horses also appeared the same. He mixed it up with blurriness about their leg placements. Horses were going so fast at gallops that artists couldn't seem to be able to capture footfalls, maybe until early photography. Fun!
  • Paniolo_GalPaniolo_Gal Member
    edited November 2015
    THE DAM OF ECLIPSE...SPILLETTA
    A continuation of the Historic Foundation Lineage of Nearctic, Rock Hard Ten & Black Onyx
    Eclipse: The ancestral tail-male lineage of Palace Malice, Runhappy and 95% of Today's Thoroughbreds!

    SPILLETTA-GB
    Foaled: 1749, died 1776
    Pedigree: Regulus-GB (1739) x Mother Western-GB (1731) by Easby Snake-GB (1721)
    Background: A bay mare from family number TB-12. Her sire, undefeated Regulus was the son of the legendary Godolphin Arabian-TU (1724)! She was bred by Sir Robert Eden, Durham and owned by the Duke of Cumberland and later owned by the Duke of Ancaster after Cumberland's death. Spilletta finished last in the only race she ran in 1754 at Newmarket and was then retired to stud. Spilletta produced 5 foals (2 colts, 3 fillies) She is best known as the dam of the great Eclipse (1764c), Ariadne (1759f), Prosperine (1766f), Garrick (1772c) and Briseis (1774f). Spilletta died in 1776 at age 27.

    Famous Offspring:
    imageEclipse-A 1770 Painting by George Stubbs

    ECLIPSE-GB: A 1764 chestnut colt by Marske-GB (1750) from the tail-male lineage of the Darley Arabian. Eclipse was purchased as a yearling after the Duke of Cumberland died in a dispersal sale. Eclipse was purchased for 75 guineas by William Wildman, a sheep dealer from Smithfield. He was a tempermental, high strung colt which caused some to consider gelding him. He needed to be hard ridden during schooling and did not start until he matured at age 5. Race earnings: 2,149 guineas (18 starts: 18 wins, 0 places, 0 shows). He won races at distances of 2 and 4 mile heats. Wildman sold half ownership to Dennis O'Kelly for 650 guineas and after an undefeated 2nd year of racing, Wildman sold his remaining half interest for 1,100 guineas to O'Kelly. After winning 2 races in 2 days, Eclipse had won everything in sight as there was no more reason to race him and was retired to stud in 1771 at age 7...he was never seriously challenged at the racetrack. He was declared the greatest turf runner since Flying Childers (1715c) who was also sired by the Darley Arabian (1700).

    Eclipse was an outstanding success in stud. He sired 344 winners including Derby winners: Young Eclipse, Saltram, Volunteer and Sergeant as well as important sires Pot-8-os and King Fergus. The lines of Pot-8-os and King Fergus survive to this day. Both Palace Malice & Runhappy come from the tail-male line of Pot-8-os. In fact, an estimated 95% of living thoroughbreds can trace their direct tail-male line back to Eclipse! His male-line descendants includes all but 3 of the Derby winners of the past 50 years. Eclipse died due to an attack of colic on 2/26/1789 at the age of 24. His skeleton is now on display at the Jockey Club Museum in Newmarket.
    http://www.tbheritage.com/Portraits/Eclipse.html

    Spilletta and her 1764 colt, Eclipse
    image From Sport Horse Data

    Stats from TB Heritage, Wikipedia, Sport Horse Data and Pedigree Query
  • Paniolo_GalPaniolo_Gal Member
    edited November 2015
    Those funny old portraits. Horses look like they are flying. Degas was a bit better at capturing some strides, but his horses also appeared the same. He mixed it up with blurriness about their leg placements. Horses were going so fast at gallops that artists couldn't seem to be able to capture footfalls, maybe until early photography. Fun!
    LOL! A bit off-topic but...Many artists before the advent of photography tended to draw/paint horses with distorted features...small heads, long necks and foals that tended to look like miniature full grown horses. They often showed horses in a race with all 4 legs spread out in mid "flight" much like that of a running/hopping rabbit! Some drawings appear naive and frankly, as an art lover, I could have drawn them as a child myself. The drawing of Spilletta and Eclipse (shown above) is a perfect example.

    But Ahhh!...Edgar Degas (1834-1917) a law student who dropped out to become an Artist of Impressionism...was very much into using racehorses in his art. He made 45 paintings, 20 pastels, 250 drawings and 17 sculptures on the equine subject. But unlike his contemporary, Edouard Manet (1832-1883), who was interested in the races themselves, Degas had no concern for the race itself. Degas instead presented the race horse in an unconventional perception, where his paintings/drawings placed his equine subjects partly off the canvas or in a "casual" asymmetric layout which further enhanced the sense of "movement". He also wanted to express his equine muse showing the nervous tension before the race...energy under control or the calm idleness after the race...But he was quite capable of capturing the movement of the horse while running with his keen observations.

    Degas was also a talented photographer as well and used this medium as a new "pair of eyes" in the late 1890s...partly due to his failing eyesight. But back then, current photo technology (The 1888 "black box" by Eastman Kodak for example) would not have helped capture the quick movements of the horse while galloping as subjects would have to stand still for several seconds! A galloping horse could have traveled a furlong by then!

    I was very fortunate to see a few of Degas' works at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

    Here is Degas' late 1880s sculpture on exhibit at the NGA (West Building) entitled:
    Horse Galloping on the Right Foot:
    image On exhibit at the National Gallery of Art-From the collection of Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mellon

    For Degas' paintings and other works-Click on "Works of Art" next to Biography to view his collection at the National Gallery of Art:
    http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/Collection/artist-info.1219.html?artobj_artistId=1219&pageNumber=1
  • Thank you for filling out details about Degas, P_G. He is one of my favorite artists. I have a 1882 framed poster of one of his paintings depicting a horse race from National Gallery show in D.C. at the time.
  • @KMM -- I am so jealous!!! :)

    Thank you, Paniolo_Gal, for continuing to dig deep into the history and roots of the TB. Definitely a treat to read! :)
  • 1982...typo! Sarinne, you should not be jealous; wish it were.:)
  • 1982...typo! Sarinne, you should not be jealous; wish it were.:)
    I still am! :)

  • edited November 2015
    Dam of 2015 Triple Crown and Grand Slam winner American Pharaoh, Littleprincessemma. In a race at Churchill in 2008, can't believe I found this gem! What a little speedball she was!

  • WITH ALL THE ATTENTION REGARDING THE HUMAN ASPECTS ON WHO WAS REALLY TRAINING RUNHAPPY...
    PERHAPS IT IS BETTER WE LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HORSE INSTEAD...


    As mentioned earlier in Spilletta's review, Runhappy's ancestral tail-male bloodline traces back to the great Eclipse and the Darley Arabian. Please refer to the following "Red Framed" Golden Girls who will be featured in the next series of reviews from Runhappy's bloodlines. Other Golden Girls in the pedigree chart with page number listings have already been posted earlier.

    Click directly on the Pedigree Chart below of Runhappy to see a better visual enlargement:
    image From Allbreed Pedigree
  • THE DAM OF RUNHAPPY...BELLA JOLIE!
    A Tail-Male Lineage That Traces Back to Eclipse and The Darley Arabian

    BELLA JOLIE
    Foaled: 5/5/2007
    Pedigree: Northern Jove-CAN (1968 grey) x Mimi La Sardine-USA (1988-bay) by Tanks Prospect-USA (1982-bay)
    Background: A bay filly who was bred by Sally Anderson and was formerly owned by James T. Scatuorichio and recently purchased in the Keeneland November 2015 Breeding Stock Sale by Stonestreet Farm for $1.6 million in foal to Cairo Prince. Race earnings: $23,365 (9 starts: 2 wins, 0 places, 2 shows). On 8/10/2015, she was claimed in the Delaware 3rd race for $5,000. She is best known as the dam of G1 winner, Runhappy. Runhappy is her first foal. Her 2nd foal by Curlin, is now named Curlin's Vow (2013c).

    Famous Offspring:
    imageRunhappy-From www.horseracingnation.com

    RUNHAPPY : A 3/4/2012 colt by Super Saver (2007-bay). Bred by Wayne Lyster, Gray Lyster & Bryan Lyster and owned by James McIngvale and trained by Maria Borell. Runhappy's jockey is Edgar Prado. Race earnings: $1,306,300 (7 starts: 6 wins, 0 places, 0 shows). In 2015 at age 3: won the Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1-6f), the King's Bishop Stakes (G1-7f) and the Phoenix Stakes (G3-6f) among other wins. He set a NTR at Keeneland in 1:08.58 (6 furlongs) for the 2015 Breeders' Cup Sprint. Runhappy has been able to win Lasix-free! Unfortunately, the day after Runhappy's triumph in the 2015 Breeders' Cup Sprint at Keeneland, his trainer Maria Borell was fired from her position. Current discussions on the people involved can be found in the Zenyatta Forum thread entitled: Runhappy.

    Bella Jolie
    Below: Photo of Bella Jolie with her first foal, Runhappy (2012c)
    image From www.paulickreport.com

    image Photo from Sport Horse Data

    Below: photo of Bella Jolie at the 2015 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Auction
    image From Sport Horse Data
    Stats from Pedigree Query, Bloodhorse.com, Paulickreport.com and Sport Horse Data
  • Paniolo_GalPaniolo_Gal Member
    edited November 2015
    THE DAM OF SUPER SAVER...RUNHAPPY'S SIRE!
    Note: This is a reposting for Supercharger. The original image of Supercharger on page 15 in this thread is not available due to either technical problems or subscription expiration from the image hosting site.

    SUPERCHARGER
    Foaled: 5/5/1995
    Pedigree: A.P. Indy (a 1989 chef de race sire) x Get Lucky (1988) by Mr. Prospector (a 1970 chef de race sire)
    Background: A bay filly bred by Phipps Stable and owned by WinStar Farm. Race earnings: $91,110 (8 starts: 3 wins, 2 places, 2 shows). Supercharger is the full sister to stakes winners Accelerator, Daydreaming, Girolamo and unraced filly She's A Winner (the dam of Bluegrass Cat). Supercharger is famed as the dam of 2010 Kentucky Derby Winner, Super Saver and 2011 Sam F. Davis Stakes winner: Brethren.

    Famous Offspring:
    imageSuper Saver -Photo by Louise Reinagel
    From Bloodhorse.com


    SUPER SAVER: A 3/18/2007 bay colt by Marias Mon (1993-grey). Bred and owned by WinStar Farm. Race earnings: $1,889,766 (10 starts: 3 wins, 2 places, 1 show). In 2009 at age 2: won the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (G2-8.5f). In 2010 at age 3: won the Kentucky Derby (G1-10f), came in 2nd in the Arkansas Derby (G1-9f), and 3rd in the Tampa Bay Derby (G3-8.5f). He won his maiden on 9/11/2009 at Belmont (8f) by 7 lengths. Super Saver retired from racing on in October 2010. He entered stud in 2011 at WinStar Farm, Kentucky. With his first crop now racing...Besides standout Runhappy (2012c) $1,306,300, he is also the sire of Competitive Edge (2012c) $519,280 out of Magdalena's Chase as well as I Spent It (2012c) $347,640 out of Rateeba. He is also the sire of promising fillies: Embellish The Lace (2012f) $441,540 out of Expanse and High Dollar Woman (2012f) $210,945 out of Melissa Jo.

    imageBrethren-by Louise Reinagel
    From Pedigree Query


    BRETHREN: A 4/11/2008 bay colt by Distorted Humor (1993-chestnut). Brethren was bred by WinStar Farm and owned by Winchell Thoroughbred & WinStar Farm. Race earnings: $386,465 (18 starts: 5 wins, 2 places, 1 show). In 2011 at age 3: won the Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3-8.5f) and 3rd in the Tampa Bay Derby (G2-8.5f). In 2012 at age 4: came in 2nd in the Delta Mile Stakes (8f) and Tenacious Handicap (8.5f). In 2013 at age 5: won the Evangeline Mile Handicap (8f). Brethren stood at stud in 2014 at Journeyman Stud in Ocala Florida and for 2015 at Pleasant Acres Farm in Morriston Florida.

    Supercharger
    image Supercharger shyly peeks out of her stall
    Photo from Sport Horse Data

    image Conformation Photo of pregnant Supercharger-Photo from Sport Horse Data

    image Supercharger & her 2011 Tiznow colt-Charge Now
    Photo by Anne B. Eberhardt from Bloodhorse.com

    image Supercharger with her 2013 Tiznow Colt-Super Flyer
    Photo from www.examiner.com
    Stats from Pedigree Query, Bloodhorse.com, Examiner.com and Sport Horse Data
  • THE GRAND DAM OF SUPER SAVER...RUNHAPPY'S SIRE!

    GET LUCKY
    Foaled: 4/6/1988
    Pedigree: Mr. Prospector (a 1970 chef de race sire) x Dance Number (1979) by Northern Dancer-CAN (a 1961 chef de race sire)
    Background: A bay Kentucky born filly bred and owned by Ogden Mills Phipps. Race earnings: $157,760 (11 starts: 5 wins, 4 places, 1 show). In 1991 at age 3: came in 2nd in the Anne Arundel Handicap (7f) and 3rd in the Post Deb Stakes (G2-8.5f). In 1992 at age 4: won the Affectionately Handicap (G3-8.5f). The 1992 Affectionately Handicap was her career finale. She is best known as an outstanding broodmare and grand dam of outstanding descendants. Get Lucky had 14 offspring (6 colts and 8 fillies). She was the dam of G2 Stakes winners: Daydreaming, Girolamo, and G3 stakes winner-Accelerator.

    Famous Offspring:
    imageSupercharger with 2010 Magdaglia Doro colt-Superfection
    Photo by Mathea Kelley from Pedigree Query


    SUPERCHARGER: A 1995 bay filly by A.P. Indy (a 1989 chef de race sire). She was bred in Kentucky by Phipps Stable and is owned by WinStar Farm. Race earnings: $91,110. She is the dam of 2010 Kentucky Derby Winner-Super Saver (2007c) and 2011 Sam F Davis Stakes winner-Brethren (2008c). Supercharger is the full sister to Accelerator, Daydreaming, Girolamo and She's A Winner. Refer to Supercharger's earlier review.

    imageDaydreaming-From Sport Horse Data

    DAY DREAMING: A 3/4/2001 bay filly by A.P. Indy (A 1989 chef de race sire). She is from family number TB-1S. Race earnings: $696,680 (16 starts: 7 wins, 2 places, 2 shows). She was bred by Ogden Mills Phipps and owned by Phipps Stable. As of October 2015, Daydreaming has 8 offspring (3 colts, 5 fillies). Her 8th foal was a 2015 filly by War Front. She is famed as the dam of Imagining (2008c) a $1,177,394 G1 stakes winner by Giant's Causeway (a 1997 chef de race sire). Imagining will enter stud in 2016 at Heritage Stallions, Maryland (stud fee: $7,500).

    NEW DICE: A 1999 bay filly by Capote (1984). Race earnings: $21,560 (6 starts: 1 win, 0 places, 0 shows). New Dice is the dam of Japanese champion Molto Grande (2004c) by War Chant (1997). Molto Grande earned $1,602,568. No image currently available for New Dice.

    SHE'S A WINNER: A 1996 unraced dark bay filly by A.P. Indy (a 1989 chef de race sire). She is best known as the dam of Bluegrass Cat (2003c) by Storm Cat. Bluegrass Cat's race earnings: $1,761,280, he was the winner of the 2006 Haskell Invitational Stakes and came in 2nd in the 2006 Kentucky Derby and 2nd in the 2006 Belmont Stakes. Bluegrass Cat currently stands at Bellena Vista Farm in Ramona, CA for 2015. No image currently available for She's A Winner.

    Get Lucky
    image Photo from Sport Horse Data
    Stats from Pedigree Query, Sport Horse Data and Bloodhorse.com
  • No show for Superfection, gelding.
  • Paniolo_GalPaniolo_Gal Member
    edited November 2015
    No show for Superfection, gelding.
    Hmmm...Superfection (2010g) out of Supercharger did not have "any" race earnings listed and I only showed offspring that had either significant performance on the track or in breeding.
  • He sold for $$. Never made it to track.
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