Mahmoud

Mahmoud was a grey colt by Blenheim II out of Mah Mahal by Gainsborough, bred by the Aga Khan in 1933. He got his colour from his mother’s side of the family as Mah Mahal was a daughter of the “Flying Filly” Mumtaz Mahal. Mahmoud won the 1936 Derby and also the Champagne Stakes, the Exeter Stakes and the Richmond

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St. Simon

In the long and rich history of the Thoroughbred, there are pivotal stallions that became the standard of success by which all others would be judged. These stallions raised the bar so to speak. As generation after generation were born, the names of theses epoch sires were front and centre within the pedigrees of future Thoroughbred champions. St. Simon was

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The Tetrarch

As they say in television “And now for something completely different”. While still a pure Thoroughbred, The Tetrarch became one of the most memorable horses to be ever bred. His coat colour elicited derogatory comments upon his first race course appearance at Newmarket, April 17, 1913. His grey coat was speckled black and white with small hints of lime green

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Phalaris

Every sport in the world can point to one individual that became so successful by doing it differently than others before him, they change the face of the sport and the way in which to be successful in the sport they are part of. Babe Ruth with is prodigious home run hitting prowess changed the way baseball was played. Bobby

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Teddy

Bred in France in 1913 at Haras du Jardy Stud, Teddy was by Ajax – Rondeau by Bay Ronald. His breeder was Edmond Blanc, perhaps the most esteemed French breeder to this point in time. Ajax was by English Triple Crown winner Flying Fox. Ajax himself was a great race horse as he won the French Derby and the Grand

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