|Breeder||Jefferson Davis Cohn|
|Owner||Jefferson Davis Cohn|
American Syndicate (1926)
|Prix du Petit Couvert (1922)|
Prix Eclipse (1922)
Prix Daphnis (1923)
Poule d'Essai des Poulains (1923)
Prix Jacques Le Marois (1923)
Lincolnshire Handicap (1924)
Prix Boiard (1924)
|Leading sire in North America|
(1930, 1933, 1934, 1940)
Leading broodmare sire in North America
(1939, 1943-1952, 1955)
|Last updated on August 28, 2008|
Racing at age two in France for his British breeder/owner, Jefferson Davis Cohn, Sir Gallahad earned victory in three of his five starts but was overshadowed by the 1922 Champion colt, Epinard. At age three, he won four races, most notably the French 2,000 Guineas (Poule d'Essai des Poulains). At four, he won three important races in France and in England won the Lincolnshire Handicap. That year, he also went head-to-head with Epinard, winning a 6½ furlong event.
Sir Gallahad was retired after his four-year-old season to stand at stud at Haras du Bois-Roussel in Alençon. In 1926, owner Jefferson Davis Cohn sold him to an American syndicate made up of Robert A. Fairbairn, William Woodward, Sr., Marshall Field III, and Arthur B. Hancock. In the United States, he was recorded as Sir Gallahad III for registration clarification. Although he was sent to the various breeding farms of his four owners, he stood primarily at Woodward's Belair Stud in Maryland and at Hancock's Claiborne Farm in Kentucky.
Sir Gallahad sired 65 Graded stakes race winners and was the United States Champion Sire four times.
|1927||Gallant Fox||Stallion||Triple Crown|
|1931||High Quest||Stallion||Preakness Stakes|
|1942||Hoop Jr.||Stallion||Kentucky Derby|
|1937||Fenelon||Stallion||Jockey Club Gold Cup|
Sir Gallahad died at Claiborne Farm in 1949 and is buried in its equine cemetery.
|Maid of the Mint||Minting|