Sired

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A.P. Indy
... He was sired by Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew and out of mare Weekend Surprise, who was sired by another Triple Crown winner Secretariat ... Since being retired to stud, he has sired hundreds of winning Thoroughbreds ... Through 2011, he sired 140 stakes winners ...
Copiad - Background
... Copiad was sired by Texas (1974-2005), an American stallion by Triple Crown winner Super Bowl and out of Elitloppet champion Elma ... Texas started his breeding career in USA, where he sired top racers Grades Singing (1982-2007, winner of Breeders Crown, Maple Leaf Trotting, Gran Premio della Lotteria, Gran Premio ... None of the later Swedish trotters sired by Texas would be able to match the success of these two stallions ...
Herod (horse) - Breeding Career
... Sired Diomed, winner of the first Derby and incredibly influential sire in America ... Justice sired Rhadamanathus, Daedalus, and Trifle Phoenomenon won the St ... Sired Buzzard (sire of Selim, sire of Sultan, sire of Glencoe), Chanticleer, and Ephemera (winner of the Oaks) ...
Baden-Baden (horse)
... Baden-Baden was sired by Australian (GB) (who in turn was sired by West Australian, first horse to win the English Triple Crown in 1853) his dam, Lavender ...
Matchem - Breeding
... Bred by John Holmes of Carlisle, he was sired by Cade, a stallion who also got Changeling—the sire of Le Sang, and the grandsire to Bourbon (winner of the ... Leger) and Duchess (winner of the Doncaster Cup)—and Young Cade (who sired many good broodmares) ... Partner also sired Tartar, the sire of Herod ...

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