Selim. Selim, a Chesnut Horse, bred by His Grace the Duke of Queensberry, foaled in 1802; got by Buzzard, his Dam by Alexander: grand Dam by Highflyer, Alfred, Engineer, bay Malton's Dam, &c. In 1806, won at 4 yrs. old 50 G.s at Brighton, & the 1.st Classof the October Oatlands at Newmarket. In 1807, at 5 yrs. old the Craven Stakes, 100 G.s and a Class of the October Oatlands, at Newmarket. In 1808, at 6 yrs. old 200 G.s at Newmarket, and he became a Stallion after 1808. To His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, This Plate is most respectfully Dedicated by His Most Royal Highness's very grateful & devoted Servant. C. Random, D.B.
London, Published 2d. Dec.r 1809 ny C. Random D.B. Sporting Gallery, 5 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Street.
Mezzotint, very rare and scarce. 451 x 552mm. 17¾ x 21¾". Trimmed with false margins.
Selim (1802) a thoroughbred racehorse who won many races at Newmarket.
Siltzer: 93; Not seen by Frankau.
[Ref: 20724] £950.00