Image from page 146 of "The breeds of live stock, and the principles of heredity .." (1887)
Publisher: Chicago, J. H. Sanders publishing company
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ENGLISH SHIRE HORSE BEAU NASH (2978). Color, brown; foaled 1881; got by Beau Chief (116), son ofDevonshire Lad (595); dam Cardiff Lass by Britain (261). Bredby Mr. George Street, of Bedford, England; imported 1885 by Gal-braith Bros., of Janesville, Wis.; owned by M. Burke, Carlinville,111. Beau Nash had an almost unbroken series of victories in theshow ring at the leading fairs of 1885, winning among other prizesthe highest honors at the Illinois State Fair of that year. Engravedafter a sketch by Burk taken when the horse was four years old. (140)
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ENGLISH SHIRE HORSE MASHER (3218). Color, bay; foaled 1882; got by Honest Tom (1105) [see page138], dam Trimmer by Emperor (692), son of Emperor (688); 2ddam by Englands Glory (733). Bred by T. H. Miller, Lancashire,England; imported 1886, and owned by Burgess Bros., Wenona, 111.He was shown with great success at the leading Western fairs of1886, and won among other honors the first prize in the four-year-old class at the show of the American Shire-Horse Breeders Asso-ciation in Chicago. Engraved after a sketch from life by Burk,showing the horse as he appeared immediately after importation. (142)
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