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HAM BURG



DISPERSAL
       OF THE

ENTIRE STUD
     OF THE LATE



HON. WM. C. WHITNEY
              AT

  MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
           NEW YORK



Monday Evening
  October io



Tuesday Evening
  October i i



I904



Beginning at 8:oo o'clock



WM. EASTON,



Auctioneer



FASIG-TIPTON CO.



MADISON SQUARE GARDEN



NEW YORK, N. Y



PRESS OP
WINN & JUDSON
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        THLE GONDITIONS OF THIS StLEL MRE:



First.-The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute
      arises between two or more bidders, the lot so disputed shall
      be immediately put up again and re-sold.
Second.--The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode
      (if required), and to pay down 25 per cent. of the purchase
      money (if required), as earnest and in part of payment, in
      default of which, the lot so purchased may be immediately
      put up again and re-sold, if the Auctioneer shall think fit.
Third.-The lots to be at the buyer's risk and expense upon the
      fall of the hammer, and the remainder of the purchase money
      to be absolutely paid at the conclusion of this sale.
Fourth.-Upon failure of complying with the above conditions, the
      money deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited to the
      owner of the lot, he paying thereout all just expenses; and
      the lot shall be re-sold by public or private sale, and the
      deficiency (i fany) attending such re-sale shall be immediately
      made good by the defaulter at this sale.
Fifth.-If any person shall purchase a lot and not pay for it within
      the time limited by the Third Condition, nothing contained
      in the Fourth Condition shall prevent the Auctioneer or the
      owner of the lot from compelling the purchaser to pay for it,
      if the Auctioneer or seller shall so thinl" 4t.

 





INDEX.



  STALLIONS.



No.    Name.              Color. Foaled.
4  Ballyhoo Bey ........ brown, 1898
8  Blackstock ............ bay, 1899
1  Hamburg ............ brown, 1895
6 Kilmarnock .......... brown, 1897
3 Meddler ............   bay, 1890
7 Nasturtium ........ chestnut, 1899
2 Sandringham ........ brown, 1896
5 Yankee ............       bay, 1899



   Sire.
 Kingston,
 Hanover,
 Hanover,
 Sir Dixon
St. Gatien,
Watercress,
St. Simon,
Hanover,



   Dam.
Ballvhoo.
Mannie Hinlyar.
Lady Reel.
Miss Used.
Busybody.
Margerique.
Perdita II.
Correction.



No.   Name.       Color. Foaled.
9 ADMIRATION ........ br., 1896
10  BALLYHOO......... br., 1887
11  BLACK VENUS ..... blk., 1896
12 BLUE GIRL .......... Ch., 1899
13  J3UELA ............ bay, 1891
14 CAMBUSHINNIE ...... br., 1889
15 CASSETTRF ......... br., 1893
16 CASTALIA.     .......... ch., 1898
17 CATARINA .......... ch., 1888
18 CLE    TINA. ....... bay, 1891
19 CORNELIA ........ bay, 1885
20 DAIsY F........  ch., 1895
21 DISSEMBLER ........ br., 189.5
22 EDITH GRAY ....... bay. 1887
23  ELIZABETH L ....... ch., 1890
24 ELUSI  .        bay, 1893
25 ENDURANCE BY RT.bay, 1899
26  EQUALITY .......... ch., 1886
27 FAITHFUL .       br., 1890
28 FIELD ARGENT ....bay, 1900
29 FIESOLE ............ ch., 1898
30 FLORRIE ........... bay, 1893
31 FORGET ............ ch., 1893
32 GEISHA .....b...... ch., 1895
33  GRIEVANCE ........ bay, 1896
34  HANDSPUN .......... ch, 1892
35  HANOANA ........... Ch., 1893
36 HARMONICA II.   bay, 1896
37 HESSIE ...   ... ch., 189i2
38  HOMEOPATHY ....... ch., 1887
39 HURLEY BURLEY.... ch., 1895
40 HYPOCRITE ......... br., 1885
41 INTERVENTION ..... bay, 1900
42 IRISH REEL ......... Ch., 1892
43 ISIS..........  ch., 1887
44 JINKS..    ... bay, 1896
45 KALULA ............ bay, 1883
46 KILDEER.    .. bay, 1888
47 LADY AGNES ...   Ch., 1887
48 LADY LONGFEL'W..bay, 1883
49 'LADY MIN .......... br., 1897
50 LAPOLRA ..       br., 1901
51 LASYI.PHIDE....... bay, 1882



   MARES.
   Sire.
 Kingston,
 Duke of Magenta,
 'Kantaka,
 Sir Dixon,
 Bramble,
 Hampton,
 Uncas,
 Mortemer,
 Poulet,
 Rayon d'Or,
 Isonomny,
 Riley,
 Hanover,
 Ten Broeck,
  Woodlands,
 Sir Dixon,
 Inspector B.,
 Bend Or,
 Longfellow,
 Persimmon,
 Goldfinch,
 Hanover,
 Exile,
 Iroquois,
 Sir Dixon,
 Hanover,
 Hanover,
 Hanover,
 Hanover,
 Reform,
 Riley,
 Longfellow,
 Meddler,
 Exile,
 Bend Or,
Albert,
King Alfonso,
Darebin,
St. Blaise,
Longfellow,
Ladas,
Lissak,
Felloweraft,



  Dam.
Hypocrite,
Baby,
Queenie,
B. Blue II,
Lou Dudley,
Rudstone,
Castalia,
Castagnette.
Q. of Cyprus,
'Clemency,
Petroleuse,
Modesty,
Hypocrite,
Alice Gray,
Ballet,
Vega,
'Early Morn,
Equipoise,
Miss Primrose.
Field Azure,
Firenze,
Marguerite,
Forever.
Trade Wind,
Miss Used,
Spinaway,
Triana,
Reclare,
Lida Stanhope,
Maggie B. B.,
Helter Skelter,
Hypatia,
Knicknack,
Round Dance,
Shotover,
Hoodoo,
Kapanga,
Lou Lanier,
Carita,
Ballet,
'Lady Minting,
Ruperta,
Sylph,



  Bred to
Nasturtium.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Not bred.
Sandringham.
Nasturtium.
Yankee.
Not bred.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Nasturtium.
Ham burg.
'Sandringham.
Nasturtium.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Nasturtium.
Nasturtium.
Ballyhoo Bey.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Hamburg.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Nasturtium.
Meddler.
Meddler.
Sandringharn.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Sandringham.
Hamburg.
Sandringham.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Sandringham.
Sandringham.

 





No.   Name       Color. Foaled.
.52 LEISURE ............ ch., 1900
.3 LEONORA LORING. .bay, 1899
54 LIZZIE MONTROSE.. bay, 1890
55 LovisR N ............ ch., 1893
;6 MADAm REEL ....... ch., 1887
.57 MANNIE HimYAR.. . br., 1894
58 MARQUISE ......... bay, 1893
.59 MARTHA II ........ bay, [1895
60 MARY C ........... bay, 1888
61 MELBA .ch., 1889
62 META .ch., 1886
63 MIss BuTTERMILK..br., 1899
t4 MiSS MIRIAM .   bay, 1895
65 Miss HAMBURG .bay, 1900
66 MORNINCSIDE .   bay, 1898
67 ONDULEE .......... bay, 1898
fi8 ORTHIA ............. ch., 1897
69 PEG WoFFrtNGToN..bay. 1885
70 PoETEsS ............ ch., 1894
71 REINE D'OR ......... ch., 1884
72 RENOWN ........... br., 1900
73 REPUTE ........... bay, 1902
74 ROSE STANDISH.... bay, 1891
75 RUPERTA .......... bay, 1887
76 RUSH .............. bay, 1896
77 ST. CALLATINE.   ch., 1895
78 SEA NYMPH..   . br., 1900
79 SEMPER FIDELE. bay, 1888
sO SISTER MARY .   bay, 1890
81 SMOK.            ch., 1897
82 SNOWY CORRIE .... bay, 1893
83 SONCY LASS.     bay, 1886
84 SOUFFLE.        bay. 1893
85 TARA BLACKBURN.bay, 1887
86 THE LIONESS .   bay, 1886
87 TULLA BL ACKB'RN.bay, 1887
88 URANIA .ch., 1892
89 VESPERS.        bay, 1893
90 VICTORIA IV.    bay, 1887
91 XELA .bay, 1898
92 YORKVII.E BELLE.ch., 1889

     Imported.



  Sire.
Meddler,
Dr. MacBride,
Duke of Montrose
L. Blackburn,
Felloweraft,
Himyar,
Miser,
'D. Dinmont,
Billet,
'Mortemer,
Onondaga,
Handspring,
Iroquois,
Hamburg,
Meddler,
St. Simon,
Ormonde,
Longfellow,
The Bard,
'Rayon d'Or,
St. Simon,
Hamburg,
Longfellow,
Prince Charlie,
Wadsworth,
St. Carlo,
Requital,
Longfellow,
Woodlands,
Order,
Tristan,
Mortemer,
Rayon d'Or,
L. Blackburn,
Billet,
L. Blackburn,
Hanover,
Himyar,
Ten Broeck,
Meddler.
Miser,



    Dam.
Yorkville Belle,
Hoyden,
Lizzie Vie.,
Louise T.,
Mannie Grey,
Mannie Grey,
Monte Rosa,
Louise T.,
Vega,
Trill,
Una,
'Splendour,
Tullahoma,
The Task,
Sunnyside,
Ornis,
Muta,
Ballet,
Ella Lakeland,
Lilly R.,
Lady Reel,
Yorkville Belle,
Hypatia,
Marguerite,
Reine d'Or,
Callatine,
Long Shore,
La Sylphide,
Sister,
Alfalfa,
Corrie Roy,
Bertha,
Soncy Lass,
Tarantula,
Vega,
Tullahoma.
Wanda,
Rosary,
Nell Swift,
Corazon,
Thora,



  Bred to
Sandringham.
Hamburg.
Sandringham.
'Meddler.
Sandringham.
Nasturtium.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Hamburg.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Nasturtium.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Yankee.
Sandringham.
Yankee.
Meddler.
Sandringham.
Hamburg.
Yankee.
Yankee.
Hamburg.
Hamburg.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Nasturtium.
Sandringham.
Sandringham.
-Sandringham.
Meddler.
Sandringham.
Hamburg.

 


                   INTRODUCTION.

 W HEN the late William C. Whitney decided to go into the
        pastime of breeding thoroughbreds he engaged coni amore
     - in the enterprise, showing the same acumen, perseverance,
liberality and large aims that characterized all his other momentous
undertakings in business and political life. In the years to come
the country will award him a greater meed of praise than it does
now for the far-sightedness, the executive ability, the indomitable
will that did so much to make the American navy a power on the
seas able to cope with any emergency that might arise.
    So as time passes will breeders and turfmen learn more fully
to appreciate the wonderful influence he exerted in the few years
permitted him to enjoy the recreation he so dearly loved. Like
those other eminent breeders, August Belmont and Marcus Daly,
he lived to see only in part the successful fruition of his cherished
and well-laid plans.
    No research or labor ever deterred him from reaching the end
desired. No price was too large for him to pay to obtain that which
he wanted, and as he had certain aims, he recognized that which
was best and what he wanted.
    The result of his labors is shown in the great stud which un-
happily has now come up for dissolution. The late Mr. Belmont
builded wisely and well, and so did Mr. Daly, but without dis-
paragement to the renowned breeding establishments which they
founded it is safe to say that no other breeder ever devoted the
same amount of energy, research, time and money to the accumula-
tion of a like number of animals as represented in the wonderful
collection made by Mr. Whitney.
    Mr. Whitney had the enterprise to purchase Meddler and Ham-
burg at public auction for 49,ooo and 6o,ooo respectively. In
the light of subsequent events both horses, though purchased ap-
parently for large prices, were very cheap at the figures, and what
both have thus far accomplished we feel perfectly satisfied is but
the beginning of still more brilliant honors in the stud for each.
    Meddler is now not more than what may reasonably be calcu-
lated as in the middle of his career, with from ten to fifteen years
of usefulness before him, and he is certain to prove a thorn in the
sides of those breeders of means who fail to grasp the opportunity
to secure him, for however good the horses they may now own the
future will demonstrate that the Meddlers will meddle with and
upset their Futurity and other rich stake calculations in the years
to come.
    In the racing days of Hanover, his astute owners saw the ad-
visability of annexing Kingston to keep him from competing in

 


the rich stakes for which the great chestnut was entered. They had
to pay a good price, but the investment was one of the best they
ever made, for the brown was removed from Hanover's path and
earned during his career nearly i4o,ooo and is now one of the
great sires of the world. For the turf and for breeding, as well as
in other lines, it pays to buy the best, and the best is the cheapest
at any price.
    When M. Blanc outbid the English and paid i87,500 for
Flying Fox he showed wisdom, for in his first season in the stud
the son of Orme sired those high-class colts Gouvernant, French
Fox and Ajax (not to mention others), who between them have
practically reimbursed the enterprising Frenchman for the appar-
ently enormous outlay. Ajax is unbeaten this year and has earned
for his breeder and owner more than 140,000.
    When Mr. Whitney outbid the wealth of the land and secured
Meddler and Hamburg he displayed equal acumen, for he obtained
both at a tithe of their value, as events have amply demonstrated.
Hamburg was practically untried, although not as much so as
Flying Fox. Meddler had shown ability under adverse circum-
stances. Both have greatly appreciated in value, as Meddler heads
the list of sires this season and Hamburg is third.
    Two other sons of the great Hanover, besides Hamburg, are
in this sale. One of them, Yankee, won the Futurity, and is from
the family of Domino, another Futurity winner and a wonderfully
successful sire. The other is Blackstock, from the same family.
they being out of full sisters, Correction and Mannie Himyar, by
Himyar, sire of Domino. It is also the family of Hamburg, sire
of the first and second in the Futurity of I903 and of the Futurity
winner of i904, the only horse to sire twco Futurity winners and
now but nine vears of age.
    The other sires are imported Sandringham, full brother to the
three great race horses Persimmon (sire of the renowned Sceptre),
Florizel II and Diamond Jubilee; Ballyhoo Bey, winner of the
Futurity, etc.; Kilmarnock, an international stake winner, and
Nasturtium, the great son of imported Watercress. From such an
octet breeders will be puzzled to make a selection. Judged by
quality, breeding and racing performances, each is a gem, and
worthy to head any stud in the land.
    As for the remarkable collection of matrons, each and every
one merits claim to distinction. Last winter Mr. Whitney "weeded
out' his stud, retaining only such as he deemed would best serve
his purposes, and these selected of the elect are now offered the
public.
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                   HAMBURG.
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             Vanda1   'Glencoe .....   Stutan, by Selim.
    VandaGlecoe..Trapo.ie, by Tramp.
             V   Levity's dam .  Tranby, by Blacklock
                  C Levitys dam .1Lcila, bTrmpator.
               Yorkshire .      St. Nicholas, by Emilius.
 Hymenia....                     Miss Rose, by Tramp.
                    Little     5 Cripple, by Medoc.
                    Peggy -.f Peggy Stewart, by Cook's Whip.
               Boston           Timoleon, by Sir Archy.
             Leoionon...Sis. to Tuckaboe,by Ball's Florizel.
    Lexington    ceCanel ....Sarpedon, by Emilius.
               I Alice Carneal.  Rowena, by Sumpter.

               Weatherbit-- 5 Sheet Anchor, by Lottery.
Weatherwitch                  I Miss Letty, by -Priam.
               Mare ..............I Birdcatcher, by Sir Hercules.
                    M ............ Colocynth, by Physician.
                    D hn J ftTramporWaverly,byWhalebone.
lago .Don.John .......... Hetman Platoffsdam, by Comus.
               Scadal    ....... Selim, by -Buzzard.
                 an   .........  Mare, by Haphazard.
               Gladiator        . ..Partisan, by Walton.
   QueenMar  C                 1Pauline, by Moses.
               QueeMar....Mr ....  PleniptenIar by EmIlius
                    are .. Myrrh, b y Wha lebo nue.  
               Glencoe.        Sultan, by Selim.
Vandal ....Trampolie, by Tramp.
                         L 'dam   Tranby, by Blacklock.
               Levity's da. ...  Lucilla, iYTrumpator.
                  (odeker.,fBertrand, by Sir Arcby.
Falcon.                          M.............Mare, by -Buzzard.
               Ophelia..         Wild Medley, by Mendoza.
                                Mare, by Sir Archy.
               Melbourne .....   Hunmphrey Clinker, by Comus.
W. Australian.        u          Mare, by Cervantes.
               Mowerina .       Touchstone, by Camel.
                                      Ema  yWhisker.
             (Young Emidius. ..  Emilius, by Orville.
Emilia....                      Shoveler, by Scud.
               Persian.          Whisker, by Waxy.
                                jVariety, by Selim or Soothsayer.
               Boston ............ Timoleon, by Sir Archy.
             LeBstotn...        Sis. to Tuckahoe,by Ball's Florizel
    Lexington    c Crnal....      Sarpedon, by Emilius.
             ( Alice Carneal-.- Rowena, by Sumpter.
               Glencoe I        Sultan, by Selim.
Florine....... -                 Trampoline, by Tramp.
    Flame      Mloy........Medoc. by American Eclipse.
               Melody.---- ----- Rodolph's dam, byHaxall'sMoses

               Faugh-a-Ballagh.. Sir Hercules, by Whalebone.
Leamington                      Guiccioli, by Bob Booty.
               .  .        Pantaloon, by Castrel.
               Mare...   .     Daphne, by Laurel.
               Lexington       . Bosto-n, by Timoleon.
   Lid......              .     Alice Carneal,mby Sarpedon.
               .ia  Liz . American Eclin, by Duroc.
                                 Gabriella, by Sir Archy.
               Lexington ......... Boston, by Timoleon.
War Dance..       g              Alice Carneal, by Sarpedon.
               Reel.             Gecoe, by Sultan.
                   ee Galopade, by Catton.
             Lecompte ...... Boston, by Timoleon.
Mare .......... Edith Reel, by Glencoe.
                 Edt........    Sovereign, by Emilius.
                                Judith, by 'Glencoe.



7th dam, Fandango, by 'Leviathan; 8th dam, Galopade, by Catton; 9th dam, Camillina, by
   Camillus; 10th dam, by Smolensko; 11th dam. Miss Cannon, by Orville; 12th dam, by
   Weathercock; 13th dam, Cora, by Matchem; 14th dam, by Turk; 15th dam, by Cub; 16th
   dam, by Allworthy; 17th dam, by Old Starling; 18th dam, Dairy Maid, by Bloody Buttocks;
   19th dam, Bay Brocklesby, by Partner; 20th dam, Brocklesby, by Greyhound; 21st dam,
   Brocklesby Betty, by Curwen Bay Barb; 22d dam, Leedes' Hobby Mare, by Lister Turk;
   23d dam, Piping Peg.
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                              Hamburg.                              No. 1.
(Winner of the Great Trial, Double Event, Gt. Eastern Handicap, Realiza-
        tion Stakes, Brighton Cup, etc., and the only horse to sire
                       two winners of the Futurity.
                         Brown horse, foaled I895.
    Hamburg and his family seem to hold a first mortgage on the Futurity
Stakes, the most valuable two-year-old annual event of the American turf.
He did not win that race himself for the simple reason that he was not
eligible, but he showed his ability to have added it to his laurels by defeating
the winner and all the best in training a few days subsequently. He has
already sired two successive Futurity winners (also the runner up in 1903).
His dam is a half sister to the Futurity winner and great sire Domino, and
her half sister, Correction, is the dam of the Futurity winner Yankee. An-
other Futurity winner, Butterflies, is from Hamburg's female line.
    On the turf his speed was marvelous, his weight-carrying ability phenome-
nal and his stamina thoroughly demonstrated. His wins as a two-year-old
were as follows:
Won at 5 furlongs heavy track, easily, in I :03/4; 8 starters.
Won at 5 furlongs in i :02=, easily, from Previous, Sly Fox, etc.
Won Great Trial Stakes in a canter by four lengths; ii starters.
Won Double Event (second part) in a canter, i29 lbs.; io starters.
Won Flash Stakes, 4 furlongs in 50 seconds, easily; 4 starters.
Won Congress Hall Stakes, 5 furlongs in i :oIx, with x34 lbs.; 7 starters.
Won Rising Generation Stakes, easily, 6 furlongs, in I :I5, 127 lbs.
Won Electric Handicap 6 furlongs in I :14, easily, with 132 lbs.
Won Autumn Stakes Futurity course, easily, with 129 lbs.
Won Great Eastern Handicap, Futurity course in I :10 1-5, with 135 lbs.
Won Prospect Stakes, 6 furlongs in I :I5, with 127 lbs.; 7 starters.
Won Excelsior Stakes, 6 furlongs in I :I5 easily; 4 starters.
    In these races he defeated the Futurity winner L'Alouette, Previous,
Bowling Brook, Archduke, Handball, Blueaway, Firearm, Briar Sweet, Kite-
foot, Varus, Uriel, Sanders, The Huguenot, all stake winners of class, and
others.
    As a three-year-old Hamburg suffered but one defeat, his first start,
for the Belmont Stakes on a muddy track. His other races in i898 were as
follows:
Won Spring Special at Gravesend, i i-i6 miles in I :49, in a galop by 8 lengths.
Won Swift Stakes, Sheepshead Bay, 7 furlongs, with I26 lbs., pulling up.
Won Realization Stakes, ig miles in 2:51 1-5, easily by two lengths, beating
    Plaudit (winner that year of 25,000), The Huguenot (winner of i8,-
    ooo), Geo. Boyd, Handball and Latson.
Won Brighton Cup, 2 miles in 4 :o34, by a sixteenth of a mile.
    He was then retired, sound in wind and limb, the record of his perform-
ances for the two seasons being as follows:
          Age.  Starts.  Wins.  2d.   3d. Unplaced. Amount Won.
            2      i6      12      3      I      0      42,IOO
            3       5       4      0      I      0       22,425
    Totals         21      16      3      2      0      64,525
    Up to Sept. IO of this year Hamburg has had out ten two-year-old win-
ners and stands third on the list of winning sires, his get having won Wo,660,
a sum which in alr probability would have been considerably larger but for
the untimely death of Bumble Bee, who won her only two starts in im-
pressive style, and an accident to the Futurity winner Artful.
                         (Contlhuetd off uteet page.)

 



   His winners for i903 and i904 ar
   The get of Hamburg won in I903
   Name.              Age.  Won.
Golden Drop .      ........... 2. 3,200
Hamburg Belle .      ...........44,055
Gettysburg .......      2.... 1,750
Mimosa ........         2.... 2,430
    Their earnings to Sept. i5, I904,
  Horse.             Age.   Am't.
Bumble Bee .       ............ 2i,6io
Dandelion ..........    2.... I,360
Dorothy Gray ............ 1,460
Gettysburg......     ... ....  275
Dreamer .....      .... 2.... 1,755
Mimosa .........3.....        2,995
Linda Lee.........      2.... 2,475
Leonidas..     ......... 3.... 88o
Rose of Dawn .      ........ 2... 5,790



re appended:
the sum of 80,470.
     Name.               Age.   Won.
  Leonidas ........... 2. 14,770
  Leipsic .......3.... 1,400
  Inflexible.......       2.... I 2,415
  Unterock ...........    3....  350
  total 97,305.
     Horse.             Age.   Am't.
  Princess Rupert .     ......... 2. 6,5o5
  Winchester....2....            7bo
  Unterock...........    ... 4   460
  Velos .......4.... I,865
  Artful ......... .. 254,215
  Hamburg Belle ....      3.... 33,588
  Heart's Desire...........2....   750
  The Novice ....2.... 435



   It was a natural sequence, as day follows the night, that the mantle of his
great dead sire should descend by right to Hamburg, the best son of Hanover,
the best son of Hindoo, the best son of Virgil, the best son of Vandal, the best
son of imported Glencoe.
    Hamburg is a descendant in the male line of Herod. His sire, Hanover,
was the champion of his day, winner of 32 races up to five years of age of the
value of 120,9I2. No stallion can be recalled that ever before in his first
season in the stud, or any other year, sired 2I winning two-year-olds. The
class of performers he got was also remarkable, Halma, Handsome, The
Commoner, Handspun, Urania, Hessie and Levina, being among the lot.
This was in I894, when he was fourth in the list of winning sires.
    In 1895 Hanover was first in the list, and also first in I896, i897 and
i898. In I899 he was second, imported Albert leading him by a few thout-
sand dollars, owing to the large earnings of his son Mesmerist. In Igoo he
was again fighting for first place, Kingston leading, with Hanover again
second, and for a third time he filled second place in i9oi, to Sir Dixon. Al-
though he had no representatives two years of age his get won 71,34o in
i902. Altogether his sons and daughters have won on the turf within a few
thousands of one million dollars.
    But the fame of Hanover does not rest here, for his sons and daughters
are daily proving the wonderful value of the blood. His successful sons
in the stud besides Hamburg include Handspring, Halma, Buck Massie,
Handsel, Handsome, The Commoner and Handball, while his daughters are
the dams of Ort Wells, Dick Welles, Tanya, Whorler, Arsenal, Armenia,
Little Scout, Brunswick, Toluca, High Order, Possession and other stake
winners.
    Hindoo, sire of Hanover, was also the champion of his day, and here we
have three champions in three generations, so it is not necessary to go to
Virgil, Vandal, imported Glencoe and Sultan, all noted horses and sires.
Hindoo won 30 races out of 35 starts, being second three times and third
twice. His wins included the Kentucky Derby, Champion, Lorillard and
Travers Stakes, Coney Island and Louisville Cups, each at 2 miles, etc.
He has been prominent as a sire every year since entering the stud. Besides
Hanover, his representatives include Jim Gore, Buddhist, Hindoocraft,
Merry Monarch, Sallie McClelland, Tar and Tartar, 'Mabel Glenn, Savarin,
Benares, Ben Hadad, Iowland, Macy, Cambrian, etc. His daughters are
notably good producers.

 



    In the female line Hamburg belongs to the great Dance family. His dam,
Lady Reel, is by the high-class race horse Fellowcraft, the first to lower the
4-mile record of Lexington, which had stood unapproached for many years,
and Fellowcraft's 7:i9g  also stood as the best for many years. Fellowcraft
is a full brother to the great Spendthrift (sire of Kingston, Hastings, Lamp-
lighter, great race horses as well as sires), Miser (sire of Yorkville Belle)
and Rutherford.
    Lady Reel is also the dam of the stake winner Amanda V., Hapsburg,
a winner at two and three, and Strathreel, whose first foal to race is Bill
Curtis, a winner in i903 and i904.
    Lady Reel is a half sister to the grand race horse Domino, the largest
winner on the American turf, who won nine races at two years old, six
at three years old and four at four years old, including the Futurity, Matron,
Great American, Great Trial, Hyde Park, Produce and Great Eclipse Stakes,
at two years old, winning 180,085 at that age. He won at three years old
the Withers, a mile in I :4o, the Flying Stakes, Ocean Handicap, a mile in
I :40 I-5, a match with Clifford, a mile in I :39 2-5, the Culver Stakes, and
divided the Third Special, iX miles in I :55/2, with Henry of Navarre. At
four he won the Coney Island Handicap, i30 lbs. up, Sheepshead Bay Handi-
cap, etc., and he is the sire of Doublet, Disguise II (winner of 38,800 in
England in i9o0), Commando, Cap and Bells, The Regent, Noonday, Olym-
pian, etc. Lady Reel is also a half sister to Correction, 30 wins, including
half a mile in 46 2 seconds, and dam of Stripes, Yankee (winner of the Fu-
turity, etc.), and Wild Irishman, a two-year-old winner in i904, these her
only foals trained.
    Lady Reel is a half sister to Bandala, that won at two and three five races,
including the Ladies' and Mermaid Stakes, and is the dam of the good win-
ners Set Fast (also dam of Kinford and Court Plaster, a winner in i904),
San Luis and Wenonah, also dam of Belle of St. Louis and We Know It, she
the dam of Merry England, a two-year-old stake winner in i902, and a winner
in I903 and i904.
    Mannie Grey, a winner and sister to Goodnight (a winner and sire), also
foaled Ten Strike (Tennessee Derby and 26 other wins), and Free Mason
(Bartow Stakes, etc.), Madam Reel (dam of Mr. Reel, M. Theo and Clatter-
feet, dam of Sabot), and Mannie Himyar, dam of Tros, the stake winner
Blackstock, Partnership and Dorothy Gray, a two-year-old winner in 1904.
    Mannie Grey's produce have won more money (279,710) than have the
produce of any other mare in America.
    Lizzie G. foaled the stake winner Good Night, Faustus, a great sire, and
Alice Gray, dam of Black Crook, Maggie Gray, Jim Gray, John Gray and Guy
Gray, winners, and the producers Edith Gray (dam of Sissieretta, the superior
race horse Goodrich, xY2 miles in 2:3o54, Guesswork and Lady Godiva), and
Anna Gray, dam of Side Pardner, Deceptive, Schnell Laufer (in i899, igoo
and i9oi) and Holstein, a two-year-old stake winner in igoo, and a stake win-
ner in England at three. Sissieretta, above, is the dam of Clipper.
    It is also the family of Butterflies (Futurity, etc.), Prince Lief, Pessara
(a stake winner and sire), Los Angeles, Kildeer, Goldsmith, Barnes, Runny-
mede, Meriden, Farandole, Gold Heels, Shorthose, Pulsus, the great Water-
boy, etc., etc.
   Hamburg has been bred this season to Catarina, Clementina, Daisy F.,
Elizabeth L., Field Argent, Fiesole, Geisha, Hurly Burly, Hypocrite, imp.
Isis, Kalula, Kildeer (dam of Goldsmith), Leonora Loring, Martha II (dam
of Artful), Melba (dam of Stalwart), Miss Buttermilk, Morningside, Ondulee,
Peg Woffington, Poetess, Semper Fidele, Snowy Corrie and Soncy Lass.

 





              SANDRINGHAM (IMP .) 7.
(Brother to the Derby winners Persimmon and Diamond Jubilee, and to
                Florizel II, Goodwood Cup, etc.)



Voltigeur 2.... 


Mrs. Ridge-
      way ..



Voltaire (12) ...... i

Martha Lynn 2 ....

Birdcatcher (II).. 

Nan Darrell 19..... 



Blacklock, by Whitelock.
Daughter of Phantom.
Mulatto, by Catton.
Leda, by Filho da Puta.
Sir Hercules, by Whalebone.
Guiccioli, by Bob Booty.
Inheritor, by Lottery.
Nell, by Blacklock.



                  Bay Middleton 1  Sultan, by Selim.
:j Flying                           Cobweb, by Phantom.
D Dutchman (3) Barbelle (3)         Sanldbeck, by Catton.
    C1 I                          Iare(3) Darioletta, by Amadis.
ho                Voltaire (.2).   Blacklock, by Whitelock.
5L t                                Daughter of Phantom.
                  Veloped'sp' dam(3)   Juniper, by Waxy.
                                     Daughter of Sorcerer.
     .cnms 36 ......... Whisker, by Waxy.
   Harkaway 2                      Floranthe. by Octavian.
0                 Fanny Dawson 2..  Nabocklish, by Rugantino.
                  o Fanny     Mawson . . MissTooley, by Teddythe Grinder.
                  Glencoe  ......... Sultan, by Selim.
   :=5  5 Pocahontas    .        ....     Glencoe 1 Trampoline, by Tramp.
                    LMarpessa (3) ..... Muley, by Orville.

                Ca    )..         Paulowitz, by Sir Paul.
   Ion. 4..       Ca....            Daughter of Paynator.
                  Margaret 4. Ion  I Edmund, by Orville.
         X  Llagart 4 ......... -- Medora. by Selim.

L                 one 1 _ .......... Velocipede, by Blacklock.
   Little Fairy...                I    g    of Cerberus.
                       I.....    Zodiac, by St. George.
                                  I Jerboa, by Gohanna.



    Ci      .       ( Touchstone (14).. Camel, by Whalebone.
    r Newminster(8)                   Banter, by Master Henry.
    r                       (8).      Dr. Syntax, by Paynator.
    = I                t                  Beeswlng (ls) Tomboy's dam, by Ardrossan.
  r                             1       Humphrey Clinker, by Comus.
  I'              Melbourne a       Daughter of Cervantes.
_ A L The Slave             2     .     Voltaire, by Blacklock.
0                     ..     YVolley.       Martha Lynn, by Mulatto.

                      Rataplan (3) ....  The Baron, by Birdcatcher.
     5 Kettledrum (3)               )Pocahontas, by 'Glencoe.
   ' 4 r Kettledrumr(3)                The Provost, by The Saddler.
                    Hybla (3) ......... Otisina, by Liverpool.

     & Ilaricot    Lanercost (3). Liverpool, by Tramp.
     'L Iaricot                        Otis, by Bustard.
     cs                Queen Mary 10....  ladiator, by Partisan.
                                         Daughter of Plenipotentiary.
                      Hunp'yClinker()   aComus, by Sorcerer.
            -U  Melbourne  Hump'y  Clinker( likrna, by Clinker.
                        gt   of elbourne 1. .....ervantes, by Don Quixote.
  r                                     Daughter of Golumpus.
   zClrisa .......  Pantaloon 17 ..   . Cdasltrel, by 'Buzzard
    L Clarissa....Idla by Peruvian.
                      Daughter of 25 ....   Glencoe, by Sultan.
                                     Frolicsome, by Frolic.
   5                Stockwell (3).....The Baron, by Birdcatcher.
   o8 r St. Albans 2...  Sockwell (3).   Pocahontas, by Glencoe
   L -               Brbr 2 ......     The Libel, by Pantaloon.
                      t   t Bribery2   .