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GOLD. A metal used in making money, or coin. It is pure when the metal is unmixed with any other. Standard gold, is gold mixed with some other metal, called alloy. Vide Money.

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This year's Crock of Gold is going to be one heck of a race
Leading UK pacer Connors Dragon will be a short price to land heat three on Saturday, as long as he can put a rare lacklustre performance in the Crock Of Gold Final behind him, He was sent on early by driver Steve Lees but ran too freely, with fractions of 27.
RB says: He may have promised a crock of gold, but what we got was a crock of s***.
Can anyone match his speed this year or will he be able to retain his Crock of Gold crown?
Ireland will have its usual formidable team chasing Welsh Classic glory with former Crock of Gold winner Forafewdollarsmore, Meadowbranch DJ and last year's last Strata Florida Handicap winner Maitha Buachaill.
But he jeopardised his chances of the crock of gold after crocking himself in two separate incidents.
This leprechaun is certainly sitting on his crock of gold.
08pm over 300m, where the unexposed Ballyoonan Pier can see off a likely very strong challenge from long-time Scottish sprinting king Crock Of Gold.
The Crock of Gold series had a fairytale finish when Irish driver Alan Richardson raced home in front.
The three steps involved eliminators over 280 and 480m followed by a 500m decider, and connections were probably not pessimistic about Tucks Mein's prospects in the two-bender, as he had performed creditably against top sprinter Crock Of Gold in a Sunderland dash.
CROCK OF GOLD Murray enjoyed his sweetest moment as Wimbledon winner, before ending up in hospital (above, left)
THE Tir Prince Raceway near Rhyl stages one of the most competitive harness racing meetings this evening, including four Free for Alls and the final of the prestigious S4C Crock of Gold series.