Bred

Some articles on bred:

Dulcify
... Dulcify (1975–1979) was a New Zealand-bred Thoroughbred racehorse ... His British-bred sire was the 1970 Irish 2,000 Guineas winner, Decies, a grandson of Pharis, the very important French sire whom Thoroughbred Heritage says is considered one of the ...
Sky Beauty - Background
... homecoming because Hofmann and her late husband, Philip, had bred Sky Beauty's dam, Maplejinsky (by Nijinsky II) ... When she was bred to Blushing Groom (a French stallion by Red God out of Runaway Bride), Maplejinsky produced Sky Beauty ... the daughter of the filly they had sold to the Kaskels, also bred and raced Maplejinsky's dam, homebred Gold Beauty, the 1982 winner of the Eclipse ...
Hourless - Background
... Bred at August Belmont, Jr.'s Haras de Villers in Foucarmont in Upper Normandy, France, he was foaled in England ... He was sired by the French-bred Negofol Negofol would later be imported to stand at Xalapa Farm in Kentucky, where he would sire the Preakness Stakes winner Coventry ... His dam was Hour Glass, bred in France but then sent to England ...
Trigo (horse) - Background
... bay horse with a narrow white blaze was bred at the Cloghran Stud in County Dublin, Ireland by his owner, the Belfast grain merchant William Barnett ... Barnett inherited the unfashionably-bred mare Athasi from his brother and bred her consistently to the stallion Blandford ...
Sulimov Dog
... The half-bred jackal-dogs were hard to train and were bred back to Huskies to produce quarter-bred hybrids (quadroons) ... The jackal-dog hybrids were bred together for seven generations to establish the breed ... To improve trainability other dogs were bred into the line a reindeer herding hound, a fox terrier, and a Spitz ...

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    They who have been bred in the school of politics fail now and always to face the facts. Their measures are half measures and makeshifts merely. They put off the day of settlement, and meanwhile the debt accumulates.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    All the intelligence and talent in the world can’t make a singer. The voice is a wild thing. It can’t be bred in captivity. It is a sport, like the silver fox. It happens.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)

    The Anglican Church is marked by the grace and good sense of its forms, by the manly grace of its clergy. The gospel it preaches is, “By taste are ye saved.” ... It is not in ordinary a persecuting church; it is not inquisitorial, not even inquisitive, is perfectly well bred and can shut its eyes on all proper occasions. If you let it alone, it will let you alone. But its instinct is hostile to all change in politics, literature, or social arts.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)