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Alcibiades (horse)

Alcibiades
Sire Supremus
Dam Regal Roman
Grandsire Ultimus
Damsire Roi Herode
Gender Filly
Foaled 1927
Country United states
Color Chestnut
Breeder Hal Price Headley
Owner Hal Price Headley
Trainer Walter W. Taylor
Record 23: 7-2-4
Earnings $47,860
Summary
Alcibiades is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Regal Roman by Supremus. She was born around 1927 in the United states, and was bred by Hal Price Headley.
Major wins
Debutante Stakes (1929)
Kentucky Oaks (1930)
Arlington Oaks (1930)
Awards
U.S. Champion 2-Yr-Old Filly (1929)
U.S. Co-Champion 3-Yr-Old Filly (1930)
Honors
Alcibiades Stakes at Keeneland Race Course
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Alcibiades (1927-1957) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse.

Owned and bred by Hal Price Headley at his Beaumont Farm near Lexington, Kentucky, Alcibiades was named for the ancient Greek soldier and statesman, Alcibiades. She was sired by Supremus out of Regal Roman. On her sire's side she goes back to the great stallion, Domino.

Alcibiades was the U.S. Champion two-year-old filly of 1929 and the Co-Champion three-year-old filly of 1930. She won the Grade I Kentucky Oaks, the Clipsetta Stakes, the Debutante Stakes, and the Arlington Oaks. She retired from racing with a record of 7-2-4 in 23 starts with earnings of $47,860.

As a broodmare, Alcibiades gave birth to eight foals, seven of which were runners, the great Menow being one of them. Menow was the Champion two-year-old colt of 1937 and became an influential sire.

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