Acording to the Thoroughbred Record, volume 87-88: won the Alexandra Plate and Ascot Gold Vase and is described as a neat little equisite and good stayer
These races were longer distances with the Ascot Gold vase, now known as the Queen's Vase being a 2 mile long flat race and the Alexandra plate, now the Queen Alexandra Stakes, two miles and 5 furlongs. Blinkhoolie won these in 1868 carrying 122-133lbs.
Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes, Volume 19, 1871 records that Blinkhoolie was rather sensational and standing stud at Waresley in the UK.
Blinkhoolie was used as the pseudonym for William Allison for various short stories and novels. Allison was the editor who published Lowes' system of family numbers for thoroughbreds.