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        LC Classifications1870
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        Paginationxvi, 132 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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In 1722 he beat b c 1714 a distance and a half while conceding a stone [Early Records:161]. He sired many superior racehorses, including Mr Robinson's b c 1745who was also a very good Flying Childers, and Mr Witty's b c 1746although he is probably best known as the sire of Sir William St Quinton's Cypron b f 1750the dam of Champion Sire b c 1758 and br c 1770.

1732who was undefeated against some of the best horses in the country except for one race where he threw his rider, Roundhead ch. In 1756 he won a 200gs match at Newmarket from Lord March's Janus. Blaze was Champion Sire in 1751 and died in 1756. Bred by Thomas Panton, Newmarket, he raced for three years with considerable success.

Flying Childers

Roundhead Mare, dam of the good racemare gr f 1753. Lastly, Flying Childers was the damsire of the important foundation Thoroughbred sire. Snip died at Kenton in May of 1757. In 1720 Speedwell had Flying Childers the Duke of Rutland's famous gr c 1712 in a 4 mile match. GB s c 1733 Childers - Roxana, by Bald Galloway. In 1723, he won both his starts by walk over, one in April at Newmarket, the other a matchrace against Bobsey, who forfeited.

First owned by William Fenwick of Bywell, Northumberland, Flying Childers was later purchased by the Duke of Kingston.

Roundhead Mare, bred by Mr. He won 300 guineas at Newmarket in 1738, beating the Duke of Bolton's Hopeful gr c 1733 Sweepstakes over over four miles.