Derby and St. Leger chart showing all winners in tail-maledescant down to and including 1951. by Franklin Edwin Birch

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Very rare fold out chart in near fine condition with negligible wear at extremities from storage. One micro 1/2 in tear at far right center seam. No chips or marks.

/2" x 24" Derby and St. Leger chart book open. Folds to 12" x 8". Traces in tail mate descent all winners sincethe years shown being those which the races were won. Winning male ancestors are shown, as are various other winners prior to Michael Church has a worldwide reputation as an authority on the history of Thoroughbred breeding.

Apart from his lineage chart compilations of the Derby, 2, Guineas and Champion Sires, he has also written a dozen books, including the highly acclaimed, The Classic Pedigree, Dams of Classic Winners, and The Derby Stakes.

Michael Church has a worldwide reputation as an authority on the history of Thoroughbred breeding. Apart from his lineage chart compilations of the Derby, 2, Guineas and Champion Sires, he has also written a dozen books, including the highly acclaimed, The Classic Pedigree, Dams of Classic Winners, and The Derby Stakes.

The St Leger is the oldest of the five Classic races and throughout the Victorian era it fiercely rivalled the Derby for supremacy. Its origins were, however, both obscure and humble. First run on Tuesday, 24 Septemberas an unnamed sweepstakes for three-year-old colts and fillies over two miles, it was run on the old course on Cantley.

Finally, the middle distance races, the Derby, King George and then the St Leger. There are differences in the averages between the two 12 furlong races, though less variance than seen for the races over 1 mile.

Epsom Derby 12 furlongs – DI CD King George 12 furlongs – DI CD St Leger 14 furlongs – DI CD The Book of the Horse by S. Sidney published s by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.

Original year-old Chromolithographs with hand finishing Sheet size: about 8 x 10½ inches. For original wood engravings from this source, please click here. "Eclipse" "A Dongola Horse" $ Owned by Edward Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby, Hyperion won GBP £29, during his racing career—a considerable sum at the time.

His victories included the Epsom Derby and St Leger Stakes. He was the most successful British-bred sire of the 20th century and was champion sire in Great Britain six times between and Home to the 5 Indian Classics (Indian Derby on the first Sunday of February) Highlights: Guineas, Guineas, Oaks, Derby, St Leger, Poonawalla Multimillion and many more.

Grandstand now designated a heritage structure. The best days are Derby days. From simple pleasures to pleasant surprises, Derby Street has lots of loveliness to explore. Won’t you have a look around. Directory. Page Small But Mighty Learn More. Page Holiday Gift Guide 98 Derby St, Hingham, MA | Iroquois (br c Leamington) came from America to win the Derby, St Leger, St James's Palace Stakes and Prince Of Wales's Stakes in Foxhall (b c King Alfonso) also came from America to win the Cesarewitch, the Cambridgeshire and the Grand Prix De Paris and to win the Ascot Gold Cup the following year.

The Indian St. Leger (Grade 1) (Pune ) (First Forfeit) 21 Jan The Indian Oaks (Grade 1) (First Forfeit) 07 Feb The Indian Derby (Grade 1) (First Forfeit) 28 Feb The Poonawalla Breeders Multi-Million (Gr.1) The Epsom Derby was a horse race which took place at Epsom Downs on Saturday 10 June It was the st running of the Derby, and it was won by winner was ridden by Johnny Murtagh and trained by John pre-race favourite Beat Hollow finished third.

and J. Fuller re-issued portraits of 29 St. Leger winners and 17 Derby winners in book form under Herring's name, Portraits of the winning horses of the Great St.

Leger stakes Doncaster for the year to the present year (). Snelgrove. Snelgrove, D. British sporting and animal prints, p. Podeschi, J.B. Horse and horsemanship, Camelot (foaled 15 March ) is a British-bred, Irish-trained thoroughbred racehorse.

He was one of the leading European two-year-olds of and won the Racing Post Trophy at was made the winter favourite for the Guineas and Epsom his three-year-old debut, Camelot won the Guineas at Newmarket and followed up by winning the Derby at Epsom and the Irish Derby.

The St Leger Stakes is a Group 1 flat horse race in Great Britain open to three-year-old thoroughbred colts and fillies.

It is run at Doncaster over a distance of 1 mile, 6 furlongs and yards (2, metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in September. Ribocco (foaled in Kentucky) was an American-bred British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and is best known for his performances in when he won two of the most important European races for three-year-olds; the Irish Derby and the St o briefly held the record for prize money won by a British-trained racehorse.

The pictorial gallery of English race horses: containing portraits of all the winners of the Derby, Oaks and St. Leger Stakes, during the last twenty years ; and a history of the principal operations of the turf by Tattersall, George, ; Cooper, Abraham,ill.

-- Coronach, winner of the Derby, won the famous St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster today, thereby bringing his total earnings for five races this season for his owner, Lord Woolavington, up to.

Saint Leger, one of the English Triple Crown races and, with the Derby, the Two Thousand Guineas, the One Thousand Guineas, and the Oaks, one of the Classic horse race was established by Colonel Barry Saint Leger in and was named for him in An event for three-year-old colts and fillies, it is run annually in September at Doncaster, Yorkshire.

Races included and number of winners. The following races were selected based on notability (for example, the English Classic and American triple crown races), quality (as measured by the IFHA ranking of the top G1 races), and geography (to sample racing from around the world).

This list also shows how many winners of the given race descend from the Northern Dancer sire line as of 4. The Derby (pictured), the Oaks, the 2, and 1, Guineas and the St.

Leger identify the best thoroughbred three-year-old colts and fillies of their generation. Hide Caption 1 of Two years later, came the only winner of the Derby Trial, as yet, to win the Derby – Blue Peter.

Bred and owned by the 6 th Earl of Rosebery, he took both the Two Thousand Guineas and Derby. Sadly, he was denied the Triple Crown when, due to the outbreak of War, the St Leger was cancelled. But once again, pedigree played its part. The St Leger is the oldest and longest classic in the flat racing calendar and the pinnacle event at Doncaster Racecourse which attracts o race-goers every year.

First run inthe St Leger brings down the curtain on Doncaster’s most renowned festival and forms the final leg of the classic season, following the and KentucKy Derby charts YEAR AGE STS. 1ST 2ND 3RD EARNINGS 2 9 3 3 0 $ 1, 3 9 4 2 1 $15, At 3 Years WON Kentucky Derby, St.

Leger Stakes, January Stakes, Belle Meade Stakes 2ND Dixie Stakes, Trial Stakes, Illinois Derby. According to a ruling of the English Jockey Club, none of the Keene nominations in the Derby and St. Leger of and entries in other events will be permitted to start.

View Full Article in. Touching Wood (–) was an American-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire best known for winning the classic St Leger Stakes in Touching Wood was still a maiden when he finished second to Golden Fleece in the Epsom the autumn of he became the first horse in 53 years to win both the St Leger Stakes and the Irish St.

Leger and was the first. The Epsom Derby will be July 4 th and the St. Leger will be September 12 th. The Irish Triple Crown races are all on the turf and all run at the Curragh. The races are: (A) The Irish 2, Guineas is run over one mile, (B) The Irish Derby is run over 1 ½ miles, and (C) The Irish St.

Leger, which open to older horses also, is run over 1 ¾ miles. -[NSB] after a horse's name indicates the horse was not eligible for inclusion in the stud book-The Indian Triple Crown (Indian Guineas, Indian Derby and Indian St. Leger) has been won by ten horses: Commoner, Loyal Manzar, Prince Pradeep, Red Rufus, Our Select, Squanderer, Almanac, Astonish, Indictment and Smart Chieftan.

The former, bred by D. Tsui and John Magnier’s Orpendale, was the first Epsom Derby winner for Coolmore, Sadler’s Wells, and the then-new Ballydoyle trainer Aidan O’Brien in.

Paddy (–) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and performances in both and were instrumental in making his sire Aureole the Leading sire in Great Britain & Ireland both years.

Paddy was the winner of the Epsom Derby and St. Leger Stakes. But with Nevada's race books offering only pari-mutuel wagering, Robert, the house does hold an % edge on any straight bet you make at the sportsbook window.

That said, pony players in the know-not me, I go by the horse's biorhythms-believe the following factors are essential to. Magourna Reject was switched to the longer distances but failed to win both the Cesarewitch and St Leger and looked destined to never win a classic race.

Monachdy Girlie won a second classic after a dead heat in the Oaks [12] The Grand Prix competition was not run due to insufficient entries.

One of 47 Group 1 winners for his sire, Contrail is also Deep Impact’s third Japanese St Leger hero after Fierement (Jpn) (), and Satono Diamond (Jpn) ().

They are the first father-son. St Leger (The British Classics are the Derby, the Oaks, the One Thousand Guineas, the Saint Leger, and the Two Thousand Guineas) Sandown; Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes (Note: they are only open to three-year-old Thoroughbred horses) Fairyhouse; Chester; Crisp (he tired badly on the run-in when carrying 23 lbs more than.

Epsom Derby. Epsom Oaks. Goodwood Cup. Goodwood Stewards Stakes. Jockey Club Gold Cup (British Champions Long Distance Cup) King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Middle Park Stakes. One Thousand Guineas. Queen Anne/Trial Stakes. James's Palace Stakes. Doncaster St. Leger Stakes. Two Thousand Guineas.

Bred by Mr Allen he won the St Leger Stakes, Doncaster and Goodwood Cups and was second in the Ascot Gold Cup. He also won five King's Plates and the Brighton Gold Cup (thrice). He sired Miss Twickenham (ch f ) the dam of the Derby winner Teddington (ch c Orlando) and Fairy (f ) the third dam of the Irish Derby winner The Scout (b.

HANCOCK, After Charles () Coronation, Winner of The Derby Stakes at Epsom(Rode by P. Conolly.) A bay horse, bred by and the property of A.

Rawlinson, Esq. of Chadlington, Oxon. was got by Sir Hercules, his dam Ruby by Rubens, Grand-dam Revenge's dam, by Williamson's Ditto: To whom this print is with permission, most respectfully inscribed, by his very obedient servant, Rudolph. La Boyteaux, William H. Thoroughbred Pedigree Charts, Stakes Winners Labrie R.

Dancer's Image: A True Story of a Gallant Kentucky Derby Winner. A portrait of the most famous British jockey of the 19th century, Fred Archer, up on Melton, winner of the St Leger and the Epsom Derby. Frederick Archerborn at St. George's Cottage, Cheltenham, on 11 Jan. was the second son of William Archer, a jockey of the old school, who took over a stud of English horses to Russia inwho won the Grand National at Liverpool on.

's command was in many ways a thoroughly modern version of coalition warfare. His force consisted of British regulars, loyalist militia, Amerindians, and German Regulars.

The book is well researched and even though it is written by a Canadian it is fair and balanced in its approach and in its descriptive language. His daughter, Black Agnes, was dam of Duncan, winner of the Hungarian St.

Leger in Caravan b.c. (Camel - Wings) One of two good sons of Oaks winner Wings, Caravan ran second in his first race, the Derby Stakes, to Phosphorus. He later won the Ascot Gold Cup (). Chouberski b.c. (Gardefeu - Campanule).

After going on to land the Irish Derby and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes, he was sensationally beaten in the St Leger and subsequently retired. After spending just one season at the Aga Khan's stud in Ireland, he vanished during .In he won his first Derby, and also the St.

Leger, upon Lord Falmouth’s Silvio. Inwith mounts, he secured no less than wins. His most successful year was probablywhen he won the Two Thousand Guineas on Paradox, the Oaks on Lonely, the Derby and St. Leger on Melton, and the Grand Prix on Paradox.

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