Viola Schreiber Copeland

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Todman (AUS) & Noholme (AUS)

So how good was Todman

Bahram (1932–1956) Irish-bred, English-trained Thoroughbred racehorse. In a career which lasted from 1934 to1935 he was undefeated in 9 races. The leading British 2 year old of 1934,  he went on to take the Triple Crown in 1935 by winning the 2,000 Guineas Stakes, Epsom Derby & St. Leger Stakes. He was retired to stud at the end of the year. After a promising start to his stud career in Britain he was exported to the US, where he had moderate success before being exported again to Argentina.

Bahram was an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who went undefeated in his racing career and won the 1935 U.

Never Bend(1960)Nasrullah- Lalun By Djeddah. 5x5 To Teddy. 23 Starts 13 Wins 4 Seconds 4 Thirds. $641,524. Won Champagne S, Futurity S, Cowdin S, Flamingo S, Yankee S. Sire Of Mill Reef & Straight And True.

Never Nasrullah- Lulan By Djebbah 23 Starts 13 Wins 4 Seconds 4 Thirds. Derby and Preakness in Voted Champion 2 YO In U. To Teddy, To Black Of The Premier Sires Of The Early

POLYNESIAN  by Unbreakable - Black Polly by Polymelian - sire of NATIVE DANCER

Polynesian Unbreakable- Black Polly By Polymelian. Won 1945 Preakness And Withers. He Was Widely Considered A Sprint Horse Because He Was Very Quick From Gate. Actually Was Named U. Champion Sprinter In 58 Starts 27 Wins 10 Seconds 10 Thirds.


Nasrullah In Nearco (by Pharos x Nogara) was foaled in Italy, bred by Federico Tesio. His impact on the American Thoroughbred is profound.

Northern Dancer: Grandson of Native Dancer. Foaled 2/11/1954. Champion 2-year-old in Canada. Stood in Canada until 1967.  Euthanized 27 July 1973 at Mrs. Richard C. duPont's Woodstock Farm in Maryland, due to chronic lymphangitis left hind. Thoroughbreds don't get any better than this . . .  Member of Canadian Racing Hall of Fame (inducted 1977).

Northern Dancer, 1961 - was a small Canadian thoroughbred who won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. He was the most influential sire in thoroughbred history, being the father of 147 Stakes winners.