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Insoon after Davenport had been appointed dean of the College of Agriculture, he began a breeding program for Morgan horses. The wooden Mare Barn was built in The breeding of draft horses was the main interest of the division, with an emphasis on Percherons. Included in the University herd were 29 purebred Percherons, including five mares imported from France, five American-bred mares, ten two-year-old fillies, seven colts, and two imported stallions. Care was taken to choose animals of both good breeding stock and good show records.
The division also had nine registered, five-gaited, saddle-bred light horse mares and four hackney ponies. For farm work there were ten to fifteen geldings and mules.
The Animal Husbandry Department was using purebred draft horses, Percheronsfor their farm work. A herd was developed in the early s that included stallions, brood mares, and young stock. InJ. Edmonds traveled to France to purchase a Percheron stallion to improve the draft horse breeding program. This barn was a tie-stall barn that housed the Percherons. A second French Percheron stallion was purchased in Apparently, the University of Illinois was one of the last large farm operations to switch to tractors, continuing to use draft horses for farm work into the early s.
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The last working purebred Percheron working draft team, Illini Jolly and Illini Nettiewere sold at auction in October, ; however, a lighter team was kept for minor chore work at the beef barns. After World War II, the University proposed starting a program for the breeding, feeding, and care of light horses. The quarter horse herd was established in with seven mares and two stallions. Eventually, only mares and sires from the King Ranch Texas were used in the program.
Two years laterthe entire herd was sold at auction and the horse program was disbanded. Following the sale, the South Farm horse facilities were either vacant, used by other divisions for storage, or by other University departments. Popular demand in the early s brought back the horse program. Increasing enrollment in the single equine course and increased interest in the livestock judging team for a horse component, led to repeated requests for horses to return to the South Farm.
Gradually the program was expanded and numerous light horses were donated to the University in the s. Most of these were Quarter Horses of Skipper W breeding. The first Standardbred stallion to serve ificant books of mares arrived at the farm for the breeding season. The arrival of Napatross, P, 3, Napatross stood at the University horse farm through the breeding season.
During that time he produced two of his best offspring FlyHy Illinip, 7, In the mid-nineteen-nineties the breeding facility was modernized with a new facility deed and installed in the rear of the Tile Barn. This installation has a modern laboratory, stallion collection area, and four mare examination areas. The new facility allowed for breeding short courses as well as providing better research and educational programs. Carl Becker, University of Illinois alumnus and owner of Fair Meadow Farm in Altamont, Illinois ificantly transformed the teaching and research opportunities as well as the financial well-being of the University horse farm.
Through long-term lease agreements, the UI horse farm committed to stand Mr. Animal Sciences and Veterinary students at UI have been given an unprecedented opportunity to learn first hand about the workings of a successful commercial horse breeding operation, through working with Mr. The Standardbred breeding program for the University horse farm received a major boost in with the arrival of Armbro Mackintosh,p, 3, Mack had already produced Woodsie and Buster P, 3 Mack proved to be a great asset for the horse farm as was a consistent producer of fast racehorses, especially his daughters.
This top stallion was humanely euthanized during the summer of at 17 years of age due to conplications from a longstanding case of chronic founder dating from his 3 Year Old racing season. Another pacing stallion standing at the horse farm from was Kingston,P, 3, The UI Horse Farm has stood a few trotting stallions as well. From until his death inthe horse farm stood a trotter named Cheyenne Spur, 3, After his death, he was replaced by Rosemont Principal,2, Rosemont Principal was a fast stakes winning colt by Donerail, and he sired a few good sub 2-minute trotters, but did not prove to be commercially successful in Illinois.
InPark Place,P, 3, During his racing career, Park Place established himself as one of the fastest pacers in history, being timed in The University horse farm produced numerous winners by Park Place, who proved to be an outstanding success at stud.
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Park Place died prematurely after colicking in the spring of Beginning with the breeding season, the UI Horse Farm acquired the services of the pacing stallion Western Hero p, 2, Southwind Breeze proved to be a very consistent sire of quality trotters, but encountered fertility problems later in his career and moved to new quarters in Inthe blazing fast young pacer, Duneside Perch p, 2, Duneside Perch was timed during each of his first three 2 YO starts faster than any 2 YO had ever gone at comparable times of the year.
Many knowledgeable horsemen believe that he had the most precocious early speed of any Standardbred to ever step on the race track. Duneside Perch is the fastest two year old to ever enter the stud in Illinois! Standout stakes-winners from the first 2 crops of Duneside Perch include Unlocked p 2, From —the fast and royally-bred trotter Yankee Valor T, 4, Q Sagebrush proved his worth as a major stallion by siring 26 winners from only 39 foals in his first few small crops.
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Sagebrush has served nearly mares since arriving at the UI Horse Farm. The year marked the arrival of one of the finest-bred Standardbred trotting stallion to ever reside in Illinois. Cassis T 3, For novices to the harness racing world, The Hambletonian is a fabled race of similar stature to the Kentucky Derby for Thoroughbreds. Cassis is by the great Cantab Hall, the and Trotting Stallion of the Year and the leading money-winning trotting sire of all-age performers.
Such outstanding Standardbred stallions require support from outstanding broodmares, so it has been our goal to acquire quality Standardbred broodmares from top families to cross on these stallions and further support their genetically superior sire lines.
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In addition to having a thriving Standardbred breeding program, the UI horse farm has been home to research that has contributed to the knowledge base in equine nutrition, physiology, reproduction and parasitology. UI horses were used in the research leading to the approval of the widely used de-worming compound, Interactive, and in the establishment of blood gas testing policies used by racing commissions around the world. Current research is investigating the usefulness of various dietary fats in horse diets, investigating ways to reduce osteochondrosis in growing horses, and determining the effects of various methods of feed processing on digestibility, growth and feed efficiency of growing horses.
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