Sun Briar (foaled 1915 in France) was a Thoroughbred racehorse voted the American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt of 1917 and the American Champion Older Male Horse of 1919. He was a son of Sundridge, the 1911 Champion sire in Great Britain who also sired Epsom Derby winner Sunstar. Sun Briar was out of the mare Sweet Briar, the daughter of St. Frusquin, a multiple winner of top-level races including the 1896 British Classic and the 2,000 Guineas Stakes. St. Frusquin was also a leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland in 1903 and the Leading broodmare sire in Great Britain & Ireland in 1924.
==A Champion At Two==
Sun Briar was sent from France to the 1916 Saratoga yearling auction by American bloodstock agent Delbert Reiff, where he was purchased for $6,000 by businessman Willis Sharpe Kilmer. Trained by future Hall of Fame inductee Henry McDaniel,〔(Henry McDaniel at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame )〕 in his Champion two-year-old season, the colt won five of his nine starts, including the 1917 Saratoga Special〔(New York Times - August 12, 1917 )〕 and Hopeful Stakes.〔(New York Times - August 31, 1917 )〕
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