""4227 Wagg" -- Mr. T. Wippell's, Alphington, Exeter; breeder, Mr. S. Price, Bow, Devon; whelped 1872 (over 65lb). Pedigree: By "Francis's Sancho (No.1004)" out of "Sappho" by "Coham's Bang" out of "Vesta" (once owned by Rev. T. Pearce) by "Brocklin's Bounce (No.768)" out of "Francis's Belle". Chief Performances:" Dog Shows: Birmingham, 1st prize. Field Trials: Devon and Cornwall, divided prize in the Clinton Stakes for local poitners withe "Bishop's Rock" (only two entries); entered in the Pentillie Stakes, but not placed."
-- EKC Studbook, Vol.II
"Sancho" bred to his niece "Sappho", produced that nearly perfect specimen of pointer
"Wagg" which was so successfully shown by Mr. R.J. Lloyd Price, of Bala, and, bred to the late Mr. R.P. "Leach's Fan" -- whose ancestors were from the North of Devon -- produced
probably the most successful brood bitch of that day. Amongst her numerous offspring were the Champions "Bang II." and "Bow Bells", "Bonus Sancho", "Merry Bells", "Belle of the Ball", and "Grant's Maggie", all of which were sired by "Price's Bang"."
-- Rawdon Lee, 1893, A History and Description of the Modern Dogs (Sporting Division) of Great Britain and Ireland
""Sancho" bred to his niece produced that nearly perfect specimen of pointer Wagg which was so successfully shown by Mr. R.J. Floyd Price of Bala and, bred to the late Mr. R.P. "Leach's Fan" -- whose ancestors were from the North of Devon -- produced
"Leach's Belle", probably the most successful brood bitch of that day."
-- W.E. Phillips, 1970, The True Pointer and His Ancient Heritage"
NOTE --- EKC February 1885 in Bonus Sancho (#10,000) pedigree --- Bonus Sancho, #10,000, liver/white, Mr. John Bonney's, w: 1878, by Price's Champion Bang by Leach's Old Belle, by Francis's Sancho. [See Leach's Belle pedigree for more about her parentage]