Dutch Oven coloured engraving by Hunt, c 1880's Property of Lord Falmouth. Published Sept 29th 1882 by George Rees, Strand.
Dutch Oven was a granddaughter of The Dutchman. A true son of the north of England, who yet holds a premier place among so many famous horses bred in Yorkshire. The Flying Dutchman won his every race, but one, got classic winners in Great Britain and France, and had an everlasting influence on the breed. His son DUTCH SKATER (1866), a good daughter of Dutch Skater's was Lord Falmouth's Dutch Oven (1879, out of Stockwell daughter Cantiniere). She was one of the best juveniles of her year in England, winner of nine races, including the Richmond Stakes, the Rous Memorial Stakes and the Dewhurst Plate, and at age three won the Doncaster St. Leger ( by 1-1/2 lengths, beating a field of 19), the Yorkshire Oaks and the Great Foal Stakes.
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