ALEXIS. A chestnut colt, foaled 1770, bred by Mr, Scawen, was got by Herod, dam by Shakspeare; grandam by Cade; great grandam (sister to Lodge's Roan Mare) by Parker; great great grandam by Dale's horse [bred by Lord Cardigan, and got by the duke of Richmond's Turk, out of a full sister to Leeds] great great great grandam, by VVhynot; great great great great grandam, by Wilkinson's Bay Arabian out of a Natural Barb Mare, the property of Lord Arlington (secretary of state to Charles the Second), to whom she was sent as a present by the emperor of Morocco.
Harewood, Harry. A Dictionary of Sports. London: T. Tegg and son, 1835.
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