Trophy money

a duty paid formerly in England, annually, by housekeepers, toward providing harness, drums, colors, and the like, for the militia.

See also: Trophy

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Now he needs to take the Trophy money to keep the nucleus of this squad at the Now he needs to take the Trophy money to keep the nucleus of this squad at the Racecourse next term - a win at Wembley may persuade the likes of Smith to sign on for another campaign - while adding quality in a few areas.
EUPHORIC Paul Collingwood strode through Customs at Gatwick Airport with something to declare yesterday - a trophy money cannot buy.
lThere is Tote Gold Trophy money for Flakey Dove (Richard Price), who comes in from 16-1 to 10-1, and for Balasani (Martin Pipe),