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STDD. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAHOA. SG©TLA§»IJ LID SCOTLAND LAD h a dark bay colt. siro Mac Alpine, dam Blossom: bred' MoAlpins, by MaeArthur, dam Minnie, Minnie eke Crown Princs, g dam Hawthorn sin Young Banker, gg dam Lily siro Duke cf Buccleucb, g?g dam Lihs of Gowrie sire Sir renjimin, gg«g dam Blossom sire Matchless, ggy*g dam Blossom tire Black Champion. Macarthur. bred by Mr L. Dugdsle, Springfield. Myiiong, Victoria. MeArthur's »ire Macbride (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, Esq., Civstle iJouglae, winnar of first prizes at me Kilmnrnock and Glasgow Shows, and numerous fit"3tj prizes in Victoria. Mac- .■ th ir'.-! Eire McGregor (1487), one of the obamgion breeding stallions in Scotland, and broth r to the famous Fiashwood. Mac arthur's eg sire Darnloy (222), the champion horse of hia day in Scotland, (See Scottish stud book for , further particulars.) Mac aHihur's dam Maggie Bell, by Tasman, by Victor, winner of 36 first and champion prizes; g dam Maggie 111, by Pride of fcieo'land (imp ), ga mini Maggio by Cochrane i.lyde (imp.), [>gg dam Jane by Dick's Black Chami ion. Macarthur has been exhibited 35 timpp, hos Tin"d 32 first and champion pr.z-is, 2 seconds and 1 third, all as a four year old and ujuer—a record unbeaten by any horse in the colonies, He is closel.y related to the most fashionable breed of draught horses iv the world. The full brother to h s grand sire Flashwood was recently sold at the unprecedented price of 3000 guineas. Macalpine's dam M nnie, by the celebrated Crown Prince, was shown three times, and each time was only beaten by her own stable companion, Princess, a mare that has been first wherever shown. A glaDce at her pedigree, given above, will show that she comes from a long line of first cl IBs horees, running back to the cele , brated Lass of Gowrie, one of the best mares that ever oame to New Zealand, Blossom, sire Victor, g dam Bonny, sire Prince Charlie, gg dam Gip sire Napoleon, ggg dam Gip sire Black Prince, gggg dam Gip Bire Canterbury, ggggg dam imported from Sydney. Blossom took first priz a at • the Christchurch Show as a filly. Victor, bred by Messrs Dawson, Southland, is by ? Conqueror, dam the champion mare Dia' j mond imported from Tasmania, by Thumper imp. from Scotland, Victor was shown as a yearling. He gained fi st prize in tfcre Seuth land A. and P. Association's Snow, As a 2 year old he gained first prize at Southland and Dunedin Shows in 1879 first at Ashbur- , ton, in 1880 second at Leeston also at Christ' cburch, in 1881 second at Leeston, in 1882 second at Leeston and Christchuroh, iv 1884 first at Leo ton in 5183-1 first and champion TERMS—£3 3s guarantee, and £2 2s for * the season. Groomage fee 53, payable at ; first service. All mares sold or exchaanged held as in foal, J. SERGISON, Owner. 1 TO bTAND AT AKAROA ! SHSIJIA'DILLON 2.17, by Harold Dillon, imp., dam Galanstte, imp) ' TERMS—Season, 3£gs.; Guarantee, sgg. ( ETIENNE E. LeLIEVJSE.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3447, 23 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3447, 23 October 1914

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