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Despite travelling like the best horse in the race, Kent Ragstone was eventually run out of it by a head from the far more experienced Thecornishcowboy.
A typical canape selection could include smoked salmon on a beetroot blini, confit duck-leg terrine with smoked duck and pear chutney, and quail eggs with celery salt and Ragstone goats cheese.
We offer Tickle more, a hard cheese, Ragstone, Dorstone, Golden Cross, St Tola and Tymsboro - all soft types - and a fantastic blue goats cheese called Harbourne blue.
The new house, of brick and Clipsham stone to complement the Reigate ashlar and ragstone of Great Hall, was one of the most innovative of the times: the synchronised clocks, a centralised vacuum cleaning system, underfloor heating and intercoms were considered revolutionary.
Has shown enough to win a small maiden and has plenty in hand of those to have raced on the bare form, but the interesting one might be the debutant Kent Ragstone, who is certainly bred for the job.
Rowley ragstone came this way too, to pave Birmingham's ever growing number of streets.
After I was mistakenly given somebody else's plate of fish and chips, I enjoyed my Cumberland lamb and black pudding tatie pot for pounds 7, while Collette's lighter lunch added a pounds 1 portion of hand cut chips to a pounds 5 starter of Ragstone goats' cheese and onion tart with cherita tomato salsa.
Terry's local produce includes honey made by Mr Chirnside's Busy Bees at Upper Llanover, near Monmouth, Neals Yard Creamery Ragstone Goats Cheese, as well as Welshc heeses including Perl Wen and Celtic Promise.
If apricot frangipane tart with creme fraiche doesn't appeal, then the cheeseboard with ragstone, celtic promise and other Welsh choices almost certainly will.
WELCOME to the real world for punters trying to buy money in the Geoffrey Freer on John Dunlop's Ascot Gold Cup hero Ragstone.
Speaking after the victory Mr Dunlop, following in the footsteps of his father, John, who trained Ragstone to win the Gold Cup in 1974.