1868: 2nd Grand Duke Michael S. (Newmarket) 1869: Won Prix de lŽEmpereur 1870: Won Ascot Gold Gup, Stockbridge Cup; 2nd Chester Cup; 3rd Goodwood Cup Bred at Dangu in France he stood nearly 16.1 hands and was described as having the elegance and distinction of his grandsire Fitz Gladiator. Racing for 5 years he won 23 of 50 starts including the Prix du Printemps, Prix de Satory and the Prix de la Porte-Maillot for Count de Lagrange, and in England, the Ascot Gold Cup for his new owner, M. Lefevre, who raced under the name of Mr. Lombard. He retired from the turf perfectly sound and stood first at Neauphle, near Dangu, then at Chamant, where he was purchased in 1880 by Pierre Lorillard of Rancocas Stud in New Jersey. He sired the Two Thousand Guineas winner Chamant (b.c. 1874), the Poule d`Essai des Pouliches winner Clementine (ch.f. 1875), the Grand Prix de Paris winner St. Christophe (ch.c. 1874), the Ascot Gold Cup winner Verneuil (ch.c. 1874), and the Poule d`Essai des Poulains winner Regain (b.c. 1880). In America his noteworthy offspring include the Preakness winner Montague (ch.c. 1885), and the matriarch Wanda (ch.f. 1882). Exported to the USA.