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Rosalind (horse)


Rosalind was a trotting mare born May 5, 1933. She is by the sire Scotland out of Alma Lee by Lee Worthy.Scotland was sired by Peter Scott, he by Peter The Great, who was sired by Pilot Medium, he by Happy Medium and he by Hambletonian 10.Alma Lee also happens to be the Great-great-great-great granddaughter of Hambletonian 10.

Rosalind won the 1936 Hambletonian at Good Time Park in Goshen, New York. She once raced in double harness, hitched to the great trotting gelding Greyhound.

Her story and that of her owner Gibson White is immortalized in the Marguerite Henry book "Born to Trot". This horse made a world record of 1:56 ΒΌ and won twenty-seven races in total.



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