|Grandsire||Lord Clifden (GB)|
|Damsire||Young Melbourne (GB)|
|Breeder||John Campbell, 2nd Earl Cawdor|
|Owner||Mr A. Falconer
Albert Edward, as Prince of Wales
|Record||7 starts: 7 wins|
|Chesterfield Nursery Stakes
Ayr Gold Cup
Great Cheshire Handicap
|Last updated on 18 December 2010|
Perdita II was more influential as a broodmare, producing the full brothers Florizel II (won Goodwood Cup, £7,858 and sired three Classic winners); Persimmon, Sandringham (unraced, exported to the US and sired some winners), and Diamond Jubilee. Her sons earned over 75,000 guineas. In all, she produced 12 foals. Owing to the success of her descendants she was listed as a Cluster Mare, which is a Thoroughbred brood mare that has produced two or more winners of five or more of the eight most important and valuable races, within six generations.
Perdita II died in 1899.
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