Queen Mab (horse)

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

Queen Mab
SireMusgrove Grey Arabian[1]
SexMare[1]
CountryEngland
OwnerFrederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore, Hon. Samuel Ogle
Recordunknown
Earningsunknown

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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Deubler, Cindy (May 2002). "Belair Museums stand in path of "Progress"". Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred: 22–27.
  2. ^ Baltz, Shirley Vlasak (1984). A Chronicle of Belair. Bowie, Maryland: Bowie Heritage Committee. pp. 14–19. LCCN 85165028.