|Birth: ||1724, Morocco|
|Death: ||1753, England|
One of the Three Horses which were the Founders of the Modern Thoroughbred Horse Racing Broodstock. Also known as Goldolphin Barb, he was once owned by King Louis XV, and purchased by Francis, Earl of Goldolphin. The most famous of the Arabian stallions brought to England and the ancestor to some of the most famous American race horses such as; Man O' War, Sea Biscuit, Silky Sullivan and War Admiral.
City of Cambridge
Plot: Buried under a stone slab just inside the archway of the Cupola stable block within the building complex inside Wandlebury Ring.
Created by: Tom Denardo
Record added: Aug 12, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15306159