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Waring, Henry ( - 1909)

Breeder (B),  Owner (O)

Associated Places:  Beenham Stud, nr Reading, Berks

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Henry Waring was not recognised for his contribution to racing as an owner or breeder in his lifetime, even though he bred such as Captain Kettle (July Stakes) and Senaputty (Ebor Handicap). A large number of yearlings were sent to a sale at Ascot each year from his Beenham Stud near Reading; they never made much money. The stallions who stood at his stud at the time included the Derby runner-up Robert The Devil and the Wokingham Stakes winner Loved One. Loved One sired two fillies, both bred by Henry Waring, who from modest beginnings became great tap root mares. Their names were Doris and Gonodolette. The latter was born in 1902 and was the dam of the Classic winners Ferry and Sansovino, and ancestress of many, including Hyperion.

 

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