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Prize Cup, won at Doncaster Races

Source: The Illustrated London News, Sept. 22, 1866, p.291

The Doncaster Cup, won by Mr. Pryor's three-year-old Troublesome, on Tuesday week, is a vase manufactured by Messrs. R. and S. Garrard, of the Haymarket. Its design is of the Renaissance style, as shown in our Illustration. The bas-relief in the centre, representing a group of knights, is symbolical of Victory; the winged figures on the two handles are Life and Death, and the lid is surmounted by St. George and the Dragon.

Doncaster Cup vase