The Charger Horse

The Charger Horse is a fast and strong horse. It is a popular choice for riding in racehorses and was often used by knights and men-at-arms during the Middle Ages. Although its name doesn’t describe its origin, it can trace its name back to Middle English. Its name comes from the courser’s lion-like face and is derived from the word “charger”, which means “to charge”.

Charger Bar won 12 consecutive stakes events

The dark bay filly foaled in 1968 was named Charger Bar and was sired by Tinycharger. She was out of the Rocket Bar mare La Ree Bar. Her original owner and breeder was Wayne Charlton, who continued to train her throughout her racing career. James Dryer was her jockey. During her first two years of racing, she won six consecutive stakes races. In addition to her prestigious wins, Charger Bar won nine divisional and world championships.

Charger Bar is a full brother to the good English juvenile filly Tessa Gillian

In addition to his dam, Charger Bar is a full brother to good English juvenile filly Tessa-Gillian. His dam has produced four foals. All of them are winners. His siblings include the good English juvenile filly Tessa-Gillian, and the sons of the famous colt. Listed as a juvenile filly, Charger Bar’s dam, Tessa Gillian, is in training.

Another notable sire is Charger Bar, a full brother of the good English juvenile filly Tess. Gillian and Tessa-Gillian are both Grade I winners. Their dam, Tessa Gillian, is an outstanding dam. Both daughters are bred by John and Anne Williams. Aoba Kuronuma, a well-liked full sister to Tessa Gillian, is a runner.

The dam of Charger Bar is a full sister to the good English juvenile filly Tesa Gillian. The mare’s sire sired four winners, including Tessa Gillian. In addition to Tessa Gillian, Charger Bar is a full brother to the good English juvenile filly Tessa Gillian.

Royal Charger is a half brother to English stakes winners Lucky Bag (by Windsor Slipper), Alassio (by Dante) and Flaneur II (by Prince Chevalier)

Known for his impressive speed, Royal Charger won the Kentucky Derby in 1961. He is also a half-sister to the great sire Nasrullah and the good juvenile filly Rivaz, who produced the 1965 Mother Goose Stakes winner Mahmoud. The dam of Royal Charger is the great foundation mare Mumtaz Begum, who was bred by the Aga Khan.

The Maryland Derby is for 3-year-olds and older foaled in Maryland. The race has a mile distance and 8 competitors. Among the Breeder Bonuses are Samuel M. Pistorio, Garth Patterson and Peggy Beall. Thelma Beall and Robert Beall also received Breeder Bonuses.

A half brother to the English stakes winner Alassio and Flaneur II, Royal Charger is a valuable purchase for the future. He is expected to continue to make strides in the Kentucky Derby. He has excellent potential to make waves this year.

As a juvenile, Royal Charger has already made his name in the international market. In addition to winning the Kentucky Derby, he has also won several important European races. He is a half-brother to English stakes winners Lucky Bag (by Windsor Slipper) and Alassio (by Dante). His dam, Queen Elizabeth, was a champion runner and won the Prix de Gourdino and the Prix de France.

In addition to being a half-brother, Royal Charger is a half-brother to five stakes-winning horses in England and France. His dam, Tessa Gillian, is a full-sister to Group III-winning mare Gentle Art (by Whistler). He is also a half-brother to stakes winners Italian Riviera (by Honeyway) and Lucky Bag (by Windsor Slipper).

Charger’s dam Sun Princess is a half sister to the great sire Nasrullah

Charger Horse’s dam, the mare of the great sire Nasrullah, is a half sister to the stallion Mumtaz Begum. Mumtaz was a stakes-winning mare in the 1920s, producing five stakes winners, including the Victorian Derby. She is a half sister to the great sire Nasrullah, and has also produced the stakes winner Nizami.

Royal Charger was an exceptional sprinter. At the end of his fourth year, he was bought for 50,000 guineas and a half-sister to the great sire Nasrullah. He finished seventh in the 1952 British sire list, and third the next year. He was sold to an American syndicate headed by Leslie Combs II and Neil S. McCarthy for a record $300,000, and was retired to Kentucky.

Royal Charger was a chestnut with a muscular, aristocratic appearance. He stood 16.1 hands and had over-kneeling forelegs and upright pasterns. The Royal Charger possessed a regal and willful temperament. His running style was similar to Nasrullah’s. She is an excellent choice for a stakes horse.

Charging along at a fast clip, Charger Horse will be a valuable prospect for the future. Its dam Sun Princess is a half sister to the great sire Nasrullah, and the dam of the legendary stallion Cos is a daughter of the great sire Rustom Pasha. Charging to the top of the sire list, she will probably be a valuable sire someday.

The dam of Charging Lady, a daughter of Northern Dancer, is a promising mare. She is also a dam of the G2-winning Eternity Star, the Grade III Eternity Range, and the stakes-winning Miss Moon. Her grandsire Miswaki is a sire of the great Sir Secretariat.

Charger’s dam is a half sister to the minor stakes winners

While Charger Horse is a son of the mighty Stallion, his dam’s pedigree is a little shaky. His first dam, Mouche, is by Fabulous Dancer, a multiple stakes winner. Another half sister to the Group 1 winner Mayoube (FR) is Tipperary All Star (IRE). The dam of both stakes winners is also a full sibling to the European champion sprinter Tamarisk.

The Dam is an outstanding runner. She won 17 of her 22 starts as a two-year-old, including stakes races at Gulfstream. Her dam, Excitable Lady, is a half sister to stakes winner Syncopating Lady and runner-up Bull Rastus. She is also the dam of stakes performers Bull Rastus and Excitable Lady, and the sire of Charger Horse.

Her sire, Champion Forever Unbridled, is a good choice. This stallion sired the Grade II Lemon Drop Kid and the G3 Tremont Stakes winner Silver Mission. Another sire, Double Devil, is a quality choice for your next racehorse. It’s worth noting that his dam is also a half sister to the G1 Arabian Derby winner Ethan Hunt.

The Daughter of Flower Alley has an outstanding pedigree. Inbreeding to Cosmah is 2×4 for her son Gentleman Gene. The dam’s daughter La Guidecca, a half-sister to the 2000 Guineas winner, is 3×3 to Cosmah. The foals of Gentleman Gene and La Guidecca are also inbred to Cosmah.

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