Image from page 192 of "The breeds of live stock, and the principles of heredity .." (1887)
Publisher: Chicago, J. H. Sanders publishing company
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PERCHERON HORSE CONDE 3574. Color, gray; foaled 1879; imported from France 1882 by Capt.T. Slattery, of Onarga, 111., and for several years kept at the headof his breeding stud; owned (1886) by Stevens & Smith, Rossville, 111. (.86)
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PERCHERON HORSE CESAR (601). Color, gray; foaled 1882; got by Vaillant (404), he by Prosper,son of Decidi; dam the Percheron mare Julie (4887). Bred by M.Durand, Department of Orne, France. Imported 1884 by M. W.Dunhan, Wayne, 111., and sold by him to Hitchcock & Collier, St.Louis, Mo. This horse was a remarkably successful prize-winnerboth in France and America, and was regarded by Mr. Dunham asone of the very best Percheron horses ever imported by him. En-graved after a sketch from life by Rosa Bonheur, made August, 1884. (188)
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