6, 2:06¼m $12,035 Bred by A. Smith McCann in Kentucky. Sold as a yearling to George Leavitt of Boston, Bingen was placed in the stable of Henry Titer at Mystic Park track. He broke the trotting record for two-year-olds in 1895 and later that year went in 2:12½ against time. In 1899 he was purchased by J. Malcolm Forbes who placed him at stud at Forbes Farm in Massachusetts. In May 1904 Forbes died and Bingen was sold for $32,000.In 1912 he became the property of David M. Look and was moved to Castleton Farm in Kentucky. Outstanding among the many good horses he sired was world champion Uhlan, 1:58 and Gaiety Lee, the dam of Lee Axworthy, 1:58¼. He died at Castleton Farm in April, 1913. He got 565 offspring.