American Mares Bred To Sardanapale., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-01


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AMERICAN MARES BRED TO SARDANAPALE. Sardanapale, the well-known French race horse. â– whose turf career was brought to a close through the outbreak of the war in 1914, is now standing at the stud farm of his owner, Rnron M. de Rothschild, lit Champagne Saint-Hilaire, where he has been mated with some of the best mares of that establishment as well as several mares the property of other breeders. Among them are Congressiste, La Roheme, Oriana, Love Rlink. Radoue II.. Melody, and the H. I*. Whitney mares Lady Hamburg and Tanya. This year Sardanapale is the sire of some promising foals, including a colt, dam My Star and colts from Bellevue, St. Lucre, Mountain Lass, Ar-doise, Beatitude and Lady Rritta. Among the events won by Sardanapale during his racing career were the Prix du Jockey Club, Grand Prize of Paris, Prix du President de la Republique, the Prix Hoequart, and the Prix Eugene Adam.

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