Bruce Lowe No. 22 Family: Of Great Accomplishment on Race Course and in the Stud, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-14


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BRUCE LOWE NO. 22 FAMILY f ♦ Of Great Accomplishment on Race Course and in the Stud. 1 | j Belgrade Turk the Fountain Head I i ■ — Gladiator, Sweetmeat and Queen Mary Are Members : — | div kxii.i: i On account il their ■rrsai pHithmra tn, bath m the nifT rt*M and in the stud. I admit to having .1 ;l partiality for members of family No. Il. For some unknown reason no first-rate S«. 11 nurse ha* so " far been bred in this country, but tin- family goes * eerj iliiwn ternw of the appearance of si. Prus- liiin. Si. Btaiae, Candlemas, Matchmaker. Omnium _ II.. Mushroom. Pripea, Vour Majesty, ete. No. 221 "- sire- have alao been found capable of transmitting * sire ex eliem ■•■ to their aeaccadaata. Pripon bj the " -oinn tjon between Meaarqae aad Bardanapale. Roacbeiy. the grandslre of Kundridge, aad eighty year* ego the No. 22 bane Uladratsr became the i : aire of Queen Mary, the immoitai. ami Macaroaia " sire Sweetmeat. Ill mbirs to those latter days of family No. 2-. Midi as Si. PrmMtUia, Matchmaker. • Matchbox, st. Blaiae, Candlemas. Gay Hermit, • I ; Mosebeiy, four .Majesty, all of diem. have beat " ; found capable of well holding their own wth the ! best as sires of winners. All of the No. 58 horses nowadays traee back to * the original mare, a daughter of Belgrade Turk. • through Canary Bird, by Whiskey or Batterer. Canary Bird bred three dnaghtr rn in Quadrille and Tareaaea, both by Seliiu. and an unnamed daughter r I by Scud or rioueer. Quadrilles daughter Con stance by Partisan, is ancestress of Belladrum and * i Iripon. and her sister. Cotillon, aneesiress of Boulevard. Chin-sky ami others. The one really •; influential sire which is a member of the Quadrille * by Selini branch of the family is. however. Glad 1 ator. sire, in addition to Sweetmeat and Queen " Mary, ol Miss tHadiator. dam of iladialeur. Vesu 1 vieniie. diist.niee. Venire SI. iris and Fit7. Cladi ntor, giaadsire of Mortemer. GREAT MARES OF TH.E NO. 22 FAMILY. The unnamed daughter of Scud or Pioneer bred Echo to BmUius, ami K ho foaled thane two extra jri«pd foundalii ii mates Venom and Vibration, both of by Sir Hercules. Venus bred Mrs. Quickly. bj Longbow, and Veftu- |" rienne, by tiladiator. To Mrs. Quickly trace tie Derby winner Merry Hampton, the Argentine sire . success ;;i Hermit ami the French Derby and Prix du Conseil Municipal winner Omnium II.. ; irince r.arealdine etc., and to Veeavle ■ trace * the Derby winner st. Blaine, Uighlj successful sire : of winners and brood mares in iiiis country, his J I brithcr. the Knsoni I! rand Prime winner and sire of . Irish Lad, Candlemas, Matchbox, Matchmaker ami Mushroom. The best of those which strain to Vibration is the Two Thousand Uniaeas winner st. Prusquin. I Vaifiuii- hj Selim. bred two daughters in Du-veeaay, by Rmiliue, and Brocade, by Whalebone. Dnvcriiuy became the dam of Maudicardo and Hob-eft 1 de tSorham, bat the line seems i0 stop dead "I here. The Brocade I. ranch, however, stjn goes stoutlj on and Brocade, the ancestress of Bi se-beiys I dam l.ailylike. ami to Ladylike strain the * , SI. Lcger winner Vmir Majesty and the Oaks a inner ti r Lassie, Safe brand es. therefore, as i s. ,. litem, of the 1 No. ~S- fa mil j aie these which start in wiih Urand 1 Duchess, bj Loaeage; Arrhereas. by Longfellow: ■ l-usoe. by Marvyas, and Doll Tearaheet, by Bromie-law. i

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