Bruce Lowe No. 16 Family: Agnes the Predominant Figure of a Great Thoroughbred Group, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-29


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BRUCE LOWE NO. 16 FAMILY Agnes the Predominant Figure of a Great Thoroughbred Group. ♦ Comparatively Modern in Its Success — Broomstick, Bend Or and Ormonde Members, BY KXII.K.I In contradistinction t" the incapability of monikers f the N . IS family il,.- complete all-around success i f if berg ol family No. 11, is untiling short of amazing. Off to .! late start, mil;, tun am are ra- taraed for this family in Volume 5 of tic- Genet il Stud Hook, the success in recent times of No. It! hemes is phenomenal. Beamy Jean scored Hie first classic taccena for the No. M family wham slie won the Oaks in 1sn;l Since then, however. then haa heea a reritahle avalanche of stressful sires. Wiaacil :ind good producing stud .nations which are memattn of this family. The Bead Or line. too. is well rallied forward by Ormonde. Kendal and Ifartagoa abroad, and liy F.rooinslick in this country, as it is aNo liv St. Qatjea, sire of Meddler. Of course, the No. It! family has sprung into Jiromineiiee only so reeently that it is impossible 1o aeeurately determiin a- to the ability of its members to transmit their own aire excellence to their d iseeadaata, but it would appear, judging from the above, that in tliis particalar afata they are not lacking. A- it vtus with fh» N... 1b family «o it i«Vviin" No M. N„. lo is Qumssj .Mary and No. Id Agnes. By the arajr, bath of these two great foundation mares i to of Herod descent. The half sisters Caroline, by Irish Drone, and Aaaette, by Priaat, are the inundation mans ,r the No. M family, but the descendants of the latter far exceed those of the former in general ei i lieu. e. To Caroline trace Lnodami.-t. Clarentont and a few others, but the name uf the successful sires aad lace horses which slrain back to Annettes daughter Agnes is legion. Agnes bred two daughters in Lady Alice, by Chanticleer, and Miss Agnes by Ktrdcatrlier. Te thi fouiier sir.iiu Marcion. Sip. Gatiea ami Broom-stiek. and to the latter thai magnificent Preach race baruvs Pardaaapale, tin- peerless Sceptre. Pea*, Fervor. Desmond. LWI.besse de .louarre Oaks. Rochester, Haadieapper Two Thoaaaad. Verwood iliancei. Boaay .lean Oaksi. Vedas Two Tuou- sandl. Sunny .lane Oaks, Si. Denis, farewell One Thoaaaad. Adieu. Collar. Star Baby. Zin-fandel iAmmi i;..|,i Cupi. Igly. St. Atigvlu. Trout beck St. Letter, Maaeanter. Kendal, Brown Bread, Peasants Triple l"i«wsa. Ilartagou and Ormonde. Truly a splendid array of horaes of Hie first qaal-ity for a family whose initial classic sat H mi eame about "lily thirty seven years ago. All ill all. 1 am convinced that any untried sire nr brood autre which is a member of the No. Id family is of more actaal ralae in dollars and ceatl 1i: il is my an tried member of any other family. and ! take ii thai aracli of tin- outstanding excel- ietu •«• of members uf the Agnes branch of the No. Hi family is due to the Herod iuflii e of Macaroni Agaia i- 1 1 ease of Agaes similar te Hat uf Queen Mary. What MeBioarae did for Qaeea Mary. Macaroni did for lie Agnes branch el the No. Id family .

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