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Queen Mab (horse)

Queen Mab
Sire Musgrove Grey Arabian[1]
Gender Mare[1]
Country England
Owner Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore, Hon. Samuel Ogle
Record unknown
Earnings unknown
Queen Mab is a thoroughbred racehorse by Musgrove Grey Arabian[1]. She in England.
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Queen Mab was part of the first pair English-bred Thoroughbred horses imported to the Province of Maryland in 1747 by Provincial Governor of Maryland, Samuel Ogle.

Queen Mab was given to Ogle by Lord Baltimore during Ogle's trip to England in 1740.[1] The importation Queen Mab and Spark established the Belair Stud legacy.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Deubler, Cindy (2002-05). "Belair Museums stand in path of "Progress"". Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred: 22–27None 
  2. Baltz, Shirley Vlasak (1984). A Chronicle of Belair. Bowie, Maryland: Bowie Heritage Committee. pp. pages 14–19. 


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