CARTOUCH (old), the property of Sir William Morgan of Tredegar, Glamorganshire, was bred by Mr. Elstob, a Yorkshire gentleman ; he was got by the Bald Galloway, dam by the Hampton Court Cripple Barb; grandam, sister to Brown Farewell, by Makeless; great grandam by Place's White l urk; great great grandam by Dodsworth ; great great great grandam a Layton Barb. This nonpareil did not exceed fourteen hands in height; yet no horse in the kingdom was able to run with him at any weights from eight to twelve stone: he never started but once, and that at Newmarket,—a match against Jonquil, which he won easily. He covered several seasons in Wales; he was disposed of afterwards to Dr. Chambers, of Rippon, and became a favourite stallion in the north ; he was sire of Young Cartouch, Mr. Panton's Hog, Mr. Dutton's King Pepin, the grandam of Bourdeaux and Trentham, and manv other eminent horses.
Harewood, Harry. A Dictionary of Sports. London: T. Tegg and son, 1835.
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