10-3-3-3, $12,150. First called Millington, and a son of the great Triple Crown winner, West Australian, he was imported to the US as a weanling with his dam by A. Keene Richards of Scott County, Kentucky. During the Civil War he was kept at the Woodburn Stud, and was later purchased by Mr. Alexander. He is most noted as the founder of the Fair Play sire line. Led the American leading sires list six times (1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875 and 1877) He sired Jaconet, the dam of Sir Dixon who won the Belmont Stakes; Panique, who won the Belmont Stakes; Harold, the winner of the Preakness Stakes; and Iroquois, who went to England and won many races including the Epsom Derby. Australian died at the Woodburn Stud in 1879.