Galopin

Galopin (1872–1899) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a racing career which lasted from June 1874 until October 1875 he ran nine times and won eight races. He was one of the best British two-year-olds winning his first three races before sustaining the only defeat of his career in the Middle Park Plate. In 1875 he won all five of his races including the Epsom Derby. At the end of the season he was retired to stud where he became an extremely successful and influential breeding stallion.

Read more about Galopin:  Background, Stud Record, Assessment and Honours, Pedigree

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