Friday, September 5, 2014

9/5/14 Kalarama Rex and his stallion sons

Last week looked at his daughters, so this week will look at the breeding sons of Kalarama Rex.
It's hard to believe that with this much fire power, there are very few stallions today tracing directly to Kalarama Rex on the sire line.  See bottom of page for some of those stallions.

                      Kalarama Rex and handler Joe Walker
                 1922 - 1944

Gay Kalarama
He was originally registered as Barrymore Rex
f. 1942, out of Tillie Barrymore by King Barrymore
He sired colts under both name.

Kalarama Colonel
f. 1938, out of Edith Gatley (BHF) by Kentucky Choice
His stallion sons included Indian Penny, Colonel Sport,
Broadlands' Kilarney and CH Colonel Boyle.
CH Colonel Boyle by Kalarama Colonel

Kalarama Command
f. 1939, out of Spoonbill (BHF)
He was a full brother to Society Rex and
was owned by Blythewood Farms.

Kalarama Denmark
f. 1940, out of Whispering Winds by Guided by Love
His daughter Carol Trigg (BHF) was dam of full siblings
Chief of Greystone, Lady Trigg (BHF) and Delightful Time
Chief of Greystone, grandson of Kalarama Denmark

Kalarama King
f. 1931, out of Spelling Bee (BHF) by King Vine
A full brother to Meadow Majesty,.
Kalarama Royal Rex
f. 1938, out of Frances T by Jack Twigg

Lucky Kalarama
f. 1939, out of Allie Thompson by Bourbon King
Couldn't find his picture, so his daughter
Ace's Refreshment Time is below:
Ace's Refreshment Time by Lucky Kalarama

Meadow Majesty
f. 1928, out of Spelling Bee (BHF) by King Vine
He is best remembered for his two daughters Meadow Vanity (BHF),
a WGC in Fine Harness and dam of Vanity's Sensation
and his daughter Meadow Wisp, a WC 3 gaited horse and
dam of King of Harmony and Fairy Ring (BHF)
CH Meadow Vanity (BHF) by Meadow Majesty
She was a five time WGC in Fine Harness

Noble Kalarama
f. 1931,  out of Daisy Reed by Noble Denmark
Read more about him and his owner Jack Thompson

Red Kalarama
f. 1932, out of Nancy Pepper by Red Pepper
He was owned by Mrs. William P Roth of
Whyworry Farm in California

Rex Hanna
f. 1935, out of Emily Brickley by Ben Sory
No picture of Rex Hanna, so his daughter
Fairview's Blanchita is shown below with equitation
rider Joe Greathouse.

Fairview's Blanchita by Rex Hanna

Ridgefields Rex
f. 1941, out of Wonder Girl by King Bird
This stallion was owned by luminaries George Gwinn,
CP Edwards of Ridgefield's Farm, Garland Bradshaw
and Dr. E. L. Robinson.

Little Fiddle by Ridgefields Rex

Royal Kalarama
f. 1934, out of Maxine Spencer by Col. Major Dare
He sired King of Rose-a-Lee.  He was a good
fine harness horse and he replaced Noble Kalarama
at Jack Thompson's Farm when Noble Kalarama died.

Mountjoy's Royal Genius by Royal Kalarama sired CH Woodford County

Royal Rex Sea
f. 1933, out of Mountain Vine by Mountain Dare
He sired breeding stallion Bobby Sea and
1948 WGC 3-Gaited Champion CH My Smoke Dreams
His daughter Lullaby Baby (BHF) was dam of 1971 WGC 3gaited CH Sea of Secrets.
Sea of Secrets was sired by Secret Society by Society Rex..
CH Sea of Secrets traced to Kalarama Rex on
his sire & dam's top lines.
Society Rex
f. 1937, out of Spoonbill (BHF) by Sunflower
He sired stallion sons Secrety Society, Society's Crown Jewell, and Night of Folly. 
His daughters included WGC CH Lady Carrigan, CH Delightful Society,
CH So Wonderful and CH Something Wonderful
CH Lady Carrigan by Society Rex

Startling Kalarama
f. 1941, out of Ruth Roland by Astral Peavine
He was the WGC in Fine Harness in 1946.

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So what living stallions still trace to Kalarama Rex?  There are probably more than what are
mentioned here, so let us know if you can think of some we missed.

Rifles And RosesRifles And Roses

Rifles and Roses and his son The Pistol
trace back thru Night of Folly to Society Rex and Kalarama Rex.
The Pistol's dam was by Phi Slama Jama, so he traces to Whyworry Chieftess.

Caisson and Pacific Mist both trace thru Broadland's Kilarney to
Kalarama Colonel to Kalarama Rex.  They were both
pictured in part 3 of Glorious grays

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