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    Barefoot ran for six seasons, throughand like Tramp, was a stayer. At age two he started his career by running second in a sweepstakes for two year olds at York, beaten by the Walton filly Miss Fanny. He won his next race, for two year olds at Pontefract, beating five other youngsters. At age three he won the St. Leger Stakes at York in the spring, and in August, again at York, won a sweep for guineas beating Conductor and three others. He then won a race at Pontefract. His next race, the Doncaster St. Leger, was not atypical for the period; twenty-seven horses started, and after three false starts, twenty-three of them left the post, and despite being called back, ran the entire race, won by a Comus colt, Carnival, with Barefoot second.

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    He was not well-supported in the North, and was sent to Virginia, returning to New York for several years before going to Louisville inending his days at David Morrison's stud in Tipton County, Tennessee, indying of a snake bite. He was a pretty much a dud as a stallion; like most imported stallions from that period, his offspring were far overshadowed on the turf by the sons and daughters of Sir Archyand the offspring of Sir Archy's sons, such as Sumpter, Bertrandand Timoleon. His first winners on the track were in -- two winners of three races, compared to the Sir Archy son, Bertrand's, 23 winners of 30 races -- and the number of winners he had in any one year never exceeded five.

    However, except for imported Leviathan, and later, briefly, imported Luzborough, few stallions imported in the s and early '30s did any better in regards to number of winners, compared with the juggernaut presence of Sir Archy and his sons. Another daughter of Barefoot, MottoLady Thompkins by American Eclipsea foundation mare at Alexander's Woodburn Farm in Kentucky, was a good producer whose tail-female descendants included the top sire Commando ; such good mid-to-late nineteenth century winners as August Belmont's great racemare Susquehannawinner of the Central, Kentucky, Hunter and Alabama Stakes, champion three year old filly and her famous son Potomac Futurity and other top races, champion two year old colt ; the Dwyer Brothers' Onondaga ; and a number of American classic winners and top handicap horses extending well into the 20th century.

    He was an attractive 16 hand high horse with a dubious temperament, aggravated by mismanagement. He won eleven races in his four seasons on the turf, and ran second seven times. He was a great stayer who won at distances up to four miles, his triumphs included the Doncaster Cup, Lincoln Cup and York Cup. Many considered him the best of his generation. Retired to stud in Yorkshire, he became a source of stamina: His son Sheet Anchorwho continued the Joe Andrews branch of the Eclipse sire line, had a brief career on the turf and at stud produced some good horses, mostly stayers. Lottery's daughter, Rebecca, became the dam of the great racemare, Alice Hawthornwho was the dam of Derby winner Thormanbyand who became the tail-female ancestress of many top stakes winners.

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    At age Sluhs he won the Port Stakes at Newmarket, a race at Knutsford, and took a walk-over at Doncaster. He was a very good stayer and weight-carrier, always running in top company, and later a sire of classic winners and many long-running, weight-carrying stayers. His sister, Otisina, became, through her daughter Hybla, the grandam of the Oaks winner, Mincemeat. Lanercost won twenty-two races and took four walk-overs during his four seasons on the turf, including the first running of the Cambridgeshire Stakes handicap, and the Ascot Gold Cup. Lanercost's offspring included the two top colts of the generation, War Eagle and Von Tromp.

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