Rosedrop

Rose´drop`


n.1.A lozenge having a rose flavor.
2.A kind of earring.
3.(Med.) A ruddy eruption upon the nose caused by drinking ardent spirits; a grog blossom.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Canterbury Pilgrim produced Swynford (1910), Rosedrop was the dam of Gainsborough (1918), Keystone threw Keysoe (1919), Brownhylda had Firdaussi (1932), and Rose Of England gave Chulmleigh (1937).
Cecil's double has only been bettered by Alec Taylor, whose victories came in 1910 (with Lemberg and Rosedrop), 1917 (Gay Crusader and Sunny Jane) and 1918 (Gainsborough and My Dear).
Alec Taylor is the only trainer this century to have won both races in the same season three times, completing the feat in 1910 (with Lemberg and Rosedrop), 1917 (Gay Crusader and Sunny Jane) and 1918 (Gainsborough and My Dear).