Also called Musgroves Grey Arabian; Moscoes Grey Arabian.
He was imported into England from Constantinople along with the Cullen Arabian in the autumn of 1744. Described as a most beautiful and strong horse Mr Mosco refused 500 guineas for him. He was said to be healthy, blemish-free and allowed by horsemen as likely to sire good runners as any horse. Covering in Surrey at Barrow Hedges near Croyden in the hands of Mr Trewhit he initially commanded a fee of ten guineas although in his later years he stood for William Moodey at the Salutation in Doncaster for three guineas. http://www.bloodlines.net/TB/Bios/MoscoArabians.htm