Cade b.c. 1734 (Godolphin Arabian - Roxana, by Bald Galloway). Sire Line Godolphin Arabian. Family 6-a Bred by Lord Godolphin, he was orphaned at ten days of age, and was said to have been raised on cows milk. He was a full brother to Lath (b.c. 1732), the first son of the Godolphin Arabian His racing career was respectable. In October of 1740 at Newmarket he won both heats of the Kings Plate for 100 guineas defeating Mr. Martindales Sedbury (ch.c. 1734 Old Partner), Sir M. Newtons Elephant and the Duke of Somersets Blacksilver In April of 1741 at Newmarket, in a Kings Plate for 100 guineas, Cade ran second to Mr. Martindales Sedbury, while beating Mr. Hughsons Countess and Sir M. Newtons Elephant At Huntingdon in July of 1744, for £50, he lost to Mr. Parsons Molotto (bl.c. 1736), defeating Mr. Grisewoods Tom Tinker, the Duke of Ancasters Figg, Mr. Grevilles Crab, Sir H. Harpurs Darling and Mr. Prentices John the Miller Racing for Thomas Meredith at Newmarket in October of 1745, Cade ran third in a subscription purse of 50 guineas to Mr. Aislabies Bucephalus (ch.g. 1738) and Mr. Martindales Starling, while defeating an aged horse belonging to the Duke of Devonshire which went lame and was withdrawn In the stud Cade was remarkably successful. He was Champion Sire in England in 1752, 1753, 1758, 1759 and 1760. Probably his most important offspring was Matchem (b.c. 1748), himself a Champion Sire and progenitor of the Matchem sire line. Other useful sons include Silvio (b.c. 1754) and his brother (b.c. c1755), Young Cade (b.c. 1747), Changeling (b.c. 1747) and Warrens Sportsman (b.c. 1753), the dam sire of Pot8os (ch.c. 1773) His many valuable daughters include Cade Mare (gr.f. 1751), the dam of Mambrino (gr.c. 1768) and ancestress of such horses as Friar Marcus (b.c. 1912 Cicero) and Alysheba (b.c. 1984 Alydar) of Family 20. Another daughter, Huttons Cade Mare (f.) was an ancestress of most of Family 25. Miss Cade (ch.f. 1750) was the grandam of Old England Mare (b.f. 1766) the taproot of Family 2-t. Sister to Merryman (b.f. 174) was the dam of Titania (f. 1760) the taproot of Family 4-a. Miss Ramsden (b.f. 175) was the dam of the good racehorse and top sire Woodpecker (ch.c. 1773). Miss Roan (gr.f. 1753) was the dam of Sweetwilliam (ch.c. 1768), and the 3rd dam of Coriander (b.c. 1786). Miss Vernon (b.f. 1755) was the dam of Otho (b.c. 1760) His influence was felt in America as well, through his daughter *Kitty Fisher (gr.f. c1756), a great American matriarch, who numbered the great racehorse Boston (ch.c. 1833) among her descendants. His son *Wildair (b.c. 1753) was so successful that he was sent back to England Cade died at Easby Abbey, North Yorkshire, in September of 1756.