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Neddie - Race Results & Past Performances

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Neddie was a pitch black son of the immortal Colin. He raced only at two winning the Eastern Shore and The Richard Johnson Stakes. He contracted a severe case of pneumonia and was retired. He was bred and raced by the MCLean family who owned the Hope Diamond. He stood initially at Kilmer's Court Manor Stud (Kilmer was the owner of Exterminator). At Kilmer's death, Neddie was sold an stood until his death in 1956 in NJ. He was the sire of Goods Goods who in turn sired Alsab. Neddie factors in Ack Ack, Battle Joined's pedigrees and also in the dam line of Seattle Slew through Alsab's daughter, Myrtle a Charm. At the time of his death Neddie at the age of 30 was the oldest stallion in the nation performing stud duty. ( per a Thoroughbred Record from May, 1956)

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