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Bajazet, a bay racehorse, foaled in 1740 by the Earl of Godolphin’s Arabian, was bred by Sir John Dutton and owned by the Earl of March. He beat Russett over 4 miles in 1746, and Babraham and Moorcock in 1748. In 1750 he won matches against Drudge and Tom Thumb.
Carlisle a bay racehorse foaled in 1749 by Bald Galloway, was bred by the Earl of Carlisle and owned by Captain Vernon. He won a number of matches at Huntingdon, Warwick, Bath, Newmarket, Leicester, Spalding and Northampton.
Moorcock, a grey racehorse foaled in 1740 by Blacklegs, was bred by John Hutton and owned by the Earl of Portmore. He won matches at Grantham, Nottingham, Huntingdon, and Epsom. He beat Mr Greswood’s Teaser in 1745 and Mr Grevill’s Blank in 1746.
A set of four, identical in conception to the present group, was sold from the collection of the 5th Earl of Rosebery, London, Sotheby's, 10 April 1991, lot 149 for £11,000.
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