Camenae


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Camenae

(kəmē`nē), in Roman religion and mythology, water nymphs gifted in prophecy. At Rome they had a sacred spring from which the vestals drew water for their rites. In later myth they were identified with the Greek Muses.

Camenae

fountain nymphs; identified with Greek Muses. [Rom. Myth.: Zimmerman, 49]
See: Nymph
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In foal to the Diadem Stakes runner-up March Past when McCreery bought her, Camenae produced a filly named Menthe Frapee, who went to Peru as a yearling and became "a very, very good mare".
Two years after Menthe Frapee was conceived, Camenae made her first visit to Derring-Do, the QEII Stakes winner who would be her mate for four years.
His purchase of the modest three-year-old filly Camenae for 1,200gns in December 1966 launched him on a highly successful career as a breeder, first from Moreton Paddox Stud in Warwickshire and later from Stowell Hill in Somerset.
Camenae became the dam of High Top, winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 1972, and in due course grand-dam of Old Vic, hero of the Prix du Jockey-Club and Irish Derby in 1989.