rampsman

rampsman

(ˈræmpsmən)
n, pl -men
archaic a mugger; violent robber
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Winning owner: Noel Le Mare Trainer: Ginger McCain Jockey: Brian Fletcher Distances: 3 / 4l, 25l Also ran: Rouge Autumn (5th), Hurricane Rock (6th), Proud Tarquin (7th), Prophecy (8th), Endless Folly (9th), Black Secret (10th), Petruchio's Son, The Pooka, Great Noise, Green Plover, Sunny Lad (pu), Go-Pontinental (pu), Mill Door (pu), Grey Sombrero (f, destroyed), Glenkiln (f), Beggar 's Way (f), Ashville (f), Tarquin Bid (f), Richeleau (f), Charley Winking (f), Proud Percy (f), Culla Hill (f), Canharis (bd), Beau Parc (pu), Rough Silk (pu), Princess Camilla (ref), Rampsman (pu), Nereo (pu), General Symons (pu), Highland Seal (pu), Mr Vimy (f), Astbury (pu), Fortune Bay (f), Swan-Shot (ref).
Rose's most successful jumpers were the long-distance chaser Rampsman and Mr Marlsbridge, winner of the 1981 Topham Trophy.