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Hamlet Denmark

Cecil Palmer


Print of the c. 1900s Lithograph (from a painting done from life by Cecil Palmer). Signed in Plate. 15ÔÇØ T x 20ÔÇØ W. Foaled in 1880, Hamlet #113 (aka Hamlet Denmark) was by Cromwell and out of a daughter of BrinkerÔÇÖs Drennon. He was bred by B.F. Bond of the Bond Brothers Training and Sales Stables, Carrollton, Kentucky, who sold him in 1892 to the Kentucky Fine Harness Company of Bowling Green for $2,000. A fine combined model Denmark stallion, Hamlet was considered one of the most beautiful stallions of his era and was known as ÔÇ£the highest natural tailed horse ever seen with the exception of his sire Cromwell.ÔÇØ

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