""31490 Strideaway" -- E.O. Damon, Northamption, Mass. Breeder, J.B. Turner, Chicago, Ill. Whelped Feb. 14, 1892; liver and white; by "King of Kent (6264)", out of "Pearl's Dot (15879)"."
-- AKC Studbook, 1893, Vol.X
via AKC: "Strideaway" (an earlier one)
""14342 Strideaway" -- The Graphic Kennels, Netherwood, N.J. Breeder, owner. Whelped July 1, 1889; white and liver ticked; by "Bracket (7835)", out of "Miss Glee (8038)"."
-- AKC Studbook, 1889, Vol.VI
""Strideaway", by "King of Kent", out of "Pearl's Dot", was probably the most talked of pointer in the derbys of 1893 and 1894. It was he which defeated the great setter "Topsey's Rod" on two occasions in the finals for absolute best, and he was placed several times besides that, but as a sire of performers he only left one. He was studded in the East, however, and perhaps because he was not so accessible to breeders of field trial pointers he lacked the opportunities. His owner, Mr. Damon, bred to him quite extensively, but among the bitches which he crossed with him were many of entirely new blood in this country; imported ones, with which he expected to develop a new line of breeding. This, however, did not prove the success he hoped for, although "Strideaway" was responsible for a number of very handsome dogs which became prominent on the bench. He was a dog with a rather plain head, but of good body conformation, built on racy lines. In color he was white and liver."
-- Hochwalt, 1923